KENT’S CAPITAL. A Handbook to Maidstone on the Medway and Guide to the District. The Homeland Association’s Handbooks, No. 6. Second edition Seventh Thousand.
Maidstone: Walter Ruck, 1899. 152 pages, Illustrated; folding map. Bound with: BARNABY, H. Historic Notes of CHATHAM AND ROCHESTER. In Bygone Days. Sold by Miss Baker, 66 Maida Road, Luton Road. 16 pages. Illustrated. No date. Bound with: MUNRO, A. G. ROCHESTER AND CHATHAM with Pen and Camera. A Handbook for Visitors and Residents. With a chapter and the architecture of the Cathedral. By Rev. Grevile M. Livett. The Homeland Association’s Handbooks, No. 9. Rochester: T. Oldroyd. London: Beechings, Ltd. No date. . 130 pages. Illustrated; folding map. Bound with: PHILIP, Alex J. GRAVESEND The Water-gate of London. Illustrated by J. A. C. Branfill. Gravesend. Bryant and Rackstraw. 1906-07. 128 pages. Colour frontispiece; folding map; illustrated throughout. Bound with: HALL, Hammond. MR. PICKWICK’S KENT. Photographic Record of the Tour OF THE Corresponding Society of the Pickwick Club in Rochester, Chatham, Muggleton, Dingley Dell, Cobham, and Gravesend. With descriptive letterpress by Hammond Hall. Rochester & Chatham. W. & J. Mackay & Co. Ltd. London. Horace Marshall & Son. 1899. 92 pages. Illustrated,. The five items bound together in green cloth gilt for the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men, with the Invicta insignia to the foot of the spine. An excellent group of scarce guides.