The Road from Inveraray to Tarbet and Campbelton Continued. [with on verso] The Road from Stirling ...

The Road from Inveraray to Tarbet and Campbelton Continued. [with on verso] The Road from Stirling by Crieff, to Fort Augustus and Bernero.

TAYLOR, George & Andrew SKINNER.

Edité par London: D. Wilson & G. Nicol Strand., 1776
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(48 x 20 cm). Uncoloured. Original copper engraved road maps printed recto and verso, each side with three columns. Some wear to edges, generally good. N° de réf. du libraire 47271

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Titre : The Road from Inveraray to Tarbet and ...

Éditeur : London: D. Wilson & G. Nicol Strand.

Date d'édition : 1776

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