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The ports, harbours, watering-places, and coast scenery of Great Britain.

Author: W Finden; Edward Francis Finden; William Andrew Chatto; William Beattie; W H Bartlett
Publisher: London, G. Virtue, 1842.
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W Finden; Edward Francis Finden; William Andrew Chatto; William Beattie; W H Bartlett
OCLC Number: 4104078
Notes: Added t.p., engr. : v. 1 Finden's views of the ports, harbours & watering places of Great Britain, continued by W.H. Bartlett : (v. 2) Finden's ports, harbours and watering places.
A revised ed., much enlarged of William and Edward Finden's Views of ports and harbours ... on the English coast (London, 1838) the letterpress of shich was written by W.A. Chatto.
Description: 2 volumes illustrations, 124 plates (including frontispiece) 28 cm
Contents: [1] Port of London (1842). --[2] London from Greenwich Park (1841). --[3] Tower of London (1842). --[4] Swansea Harbour (London: Simpkin & Marshall). --[5] Mumbles Rocks and Lighthouse (1841). --[6] Dover. Kent. (n.d.). --[7] Sandwich. Kent. (1841). --[8]Broadstairs. Kent. (1841). --[9] View from the Saluting Platform, Portsmouth. --[10] Berwick (from the south east). --[11] Weymouth. --[12] Hastings (1840). --[13] Hastings (n.d.). --[14] Rye. Sussex (1841). --[15] New Brighton (1840). --[16] Furness Abbey. Lancashire (from an original drawing by D. Cox, engraved by W. Henshall. London: Simpkin & Marshall). --[17] Chapter House. Furness Abbey (Fisher, Son & Co., 1845). --[18] Abbey of Arbroath. (1840). --[19] Dunstanborough Castle (from the eastward). --[20] Dunstanborough Castle. Northumberland (from an original drawing by J.W. Carmichael, Engraved by W. Floyd. London :Simpkin & Marshall). --[21] Bamborough. (from the south east). --[22] Bamborough (from the north west). --[23] Ailsa Craig from Turnbury Castle. --[24] Loch Turit. (Publlshed by Blackie & Son, Glasgow). --[25] Matlock, Bath (1840). --[26] Fort Penryn and Bangor (1841). --[27] Slaines Castle.-near Peterhead (1840). --[28] Buller of Buchan (near Peterhead) (1840). --[29] Ness Sands Lighthouses (near Bristol) (1841). --[30] Suspension Bridge at Clifton (near Bristol) (1842). --[31] Newcastle-upon-Tyne. --[32] Holyhead. (1841) --[33] Bridge to the South Stack Lighthouse (near Holyhead) (1841). --[34] Budleigh Salterton. --[35] Allonby (1840). --[36] Blackpool Sands (1840). --[37] St. Bees College (1841). --[38] Tynemouth Castle. Vessel wrecked on the rocks. --[39] Carnarvon. (1841). --[40] St. Nicholas' Church, Liverpool (1841). --[41] Ramsgate. --[42] Castle of Holy Island (from the west). --[43] Hull. --[44] Caves at Ladram Bay. Devonshire. --[45] Banff. (1840). --[46] Newhaven Pier (Frith of Forth) (1842). --[47] Estwaite-Water, looking towards Hawkshead (London : Fisher, Son & Co.1832). --[48] Gravesend. (1842). --[49] Oxford Lake. (1840) --
[50] Burns Monument on the Calton Hill. (1840). --[51] New Bridge and Bromielaw. Glasgow. (1840). Includes a loose engraving, another view of "Dunstanborough Castle" with no date.
Other Titles: Views of ports and harbours ... on the English coast.
Responsibility: Illustrated by views taken on the spot, by W.H. Bartlett; with descriptions by William Beattie.

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