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E. A. FREEMAN and the REV. WILLIAM HUNT.
Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d. each.
LONDON. By the Rev. W. J. LOFTIE. With 3 Maps.
"A thoroughly readable book. ... Will long remain the handbook to the history of our greatest city.'-ATHENÆUM. EXETER. By E. A. FREEMAN. With 4 Maps.
The limitations of Mr. FREEMAN's method do not affect the goodness of his work within the lines which he has chosen.'--SATURDAY REVIEW. BRISTOL. By the Rev. W. HUNT. With 4 Maps.
Mr. HUNT's chapters are written with the accuracy and from the research of a scholar.'--SCOTSMAN. OXFORD. By the Rev, C. W. BOASE. With 2 Maps.
"A most careful, interesting, and trustworthy book, which every Oxford man would do well to purchase.'-OXFORD REVIEW. COLCHESTER. By the Rev. E. L. CUTTS. With 4 Maps.
'Mr. CUTTS has made excellent use of the materials at his command, and the result is a valuable survey of the life and character of the town.'
MORNING Post. CINQUE PORTS. By MONTAGU BURROWS. With 4 Maps.
• There is not a dull page in this little book.'--ACADEMY, CARLISLE. By the Very Rev. MANDELL CREIGHTON, D.D.
Bishop of Peterborough. With 2 Maps. 6“ Carlisle" makes the best book of the series for romantic incident.'
JOURNAL OF EDUCATION. WINCHESTER. By G. W. KITCHIN, D.D. Dean of
Winchester. With 3 Maps. “We may guarantee that no one who has once taken Dean KITCHIN'S book into his hands will lay it aside before he has thoroughly imbibed the information and bistorical criticism contained in its two hundred pages.'
NOTE- AND QUERIES. NEW YORK. By THEODORE ROOSEVELT. With 3 Maps.
The Editor of the Series was wise in entrusting this volume to Mr. ROOSEVELT, whose very name is intimately associated with the history of the town, and who himself is actively interested in its present political affairs.'
ELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL in THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. BOSTON (U.S.) By HENRY CABOT LODGE. With 2 Maps,
Boston, Old and New. "Mr. LODGE has treated the subject with a freshness and brightness which lend a charm even to the best known episodes,'-GLASGOW HERALD. YORK. By the Rev. JAMES RAINE, D.C.L. Prebendary of
York. ... Canon RAINE's book has all the freshness of a narrative, told, as it was, by an immediate observer of the events ic describes. ... It would hardly be possible to compress more matter into what is necessarily a sketch, or to impart to it greater interest.'-YORKSHIRE HERALD.
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