[DE FOE Daniel]  A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain
printed for D Browne, T Osborne, C Hitch and L Hawes, A Millar, J Buckland, J Rivington, , S Crowder & Co, W Johnston, T Longman, T Lowndes, B Law & Co, T Caslon and G Kearsley 1762 (sixth edition, with very great additions, improvements and corrections; which bring it down to the end of the year 1761)
divided into circuits or journeys, containing I, A description of the Principal Cities and Towns, their Situations, Government and Commerce; II, The Customs, Manners, Exercises, Diversions, and Employments, of the People; III, The Nature and Virtue of the Many Medicinal Springs with which both parts of the United Kingdom abound; particularly those of Bath, Tunbridge, Bristol, Cheltenham, Moffat, & c; IV, An example Description of London, including Westminster and Southwark, their Bridges, Squares, Hospitals, Churches, Palaces, Markets, Schools, Libraries, Shipping in the Thames, and Trade, by means of that noble River, & c.; V, The Produce and Improvement of the Lands, the Trade and Manufacturers; VI, The Sea Ports and Fortifications, the Course of Rivers, and the Inland Navigation; VII, The Public Edifices, Seats and Palaces, of the Nobility and Gentry; VIII, The Isles of Wight, Scilly, Portland, Jersey, Guernsey, and the other English and Scottish Isles of most Note; Interspersed with Useful Observations; Particularly fitted for the Perusal of such as desire to Travel over the Island, by a gentleman, four volumes, contemporary full-leather, skilfully re-spined, raised bands, corners rubbed, feintly spotted, good. from the library of George Wilbraham with his armorial bookplate front pastedowns; 395, 431, 330 and 383 pages with an index in each volume;