2 edition of home tour through the manufacturing districts of England in the summer of 1853. found in the catalog.
home tour through the manufacturing districts of England in the summer of 1853.
Head, George Sir
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A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer of A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer of by George Head. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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A home tour through the manufacturing districts of England, in the summer of by Head, George, Sir, Pages: A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England: In the Summer of A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, Sir George Head A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England: In the Summer ofSir George Head Cass library of industrial classics: Author: Sir George Head: Edition: 2: Publisher: J.
Full text of "A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer of " See other formats. Get this from a library. A home tour through the manufacturing districts of England, in the summer of [George Head, Sir]. A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of Quotes Showing of 1 “If time be judiciously employed, there is time for everything.” ― George Head, A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England in the Summer of Cited by: George Head (), A Home Tour Through the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the Summer ofJ.
Murray; George Head (), A home tour through various parts of the United Kingdom, a continuation of the 'Home tour through the manufacturing districts', also "Memoirs of an Assistant Commissary-General", J.
MurrayBorn: Hill, D., Turner in the north: A tour through Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Durham, Northumberland, the Scottish borders, the Lake District, Lancashire and Lincolnshire (New Haven and London, ) Hill, D., Turner on the Thames: River journeys in the year (New Haven and London, )Cited by: 1.
A beautifully illustrated travel book touring the South of England, small parts of Ireland and Wales. The tour starts from Portsmouth, Hampshire, continues through Wiltshire, Cornwall and all surrounding counties, ending in Middlesex. First edition.
With eleven colour plates of picturesque scenery. In the summer, crowds for the twice-daily tour average 50 people. On the April morning I visited, there were only six of us, including two middle-aged Swedes. Start home tour through the manufacturing districts of England in the summer of 1853.
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The tour was great - visiting the castles and being guided through it all was interesting and very cool.
I had a few qualms with how the tour was run. First of all, the meeting point was very unclear - no direct address and not being natives, it was very difficult to find.
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