THE CANTERBURY GUIDE; or Traveller’s Pocket Companion: containing an Account of Whatever is Curious or Worth Observation in that ancient City and its Suburbs; together with a particular description of the Cathedral and Priory of Christ Church: and the Shrine of St. Thomas Becket. To which is added an account of the dissolved Abbey of St. Augustine, and its ruins. Illustrated with a Plan of the City. By an Inhabitant. Price Two Shilling and Sixpence.
Canterbury: Printed and Sold by Cowan and Colegate, Kentish Chronicle Office, No date [circa 1815]. 102 pages. Folding engraved plan at start. 12mo. Some spotting throughout text; small split in map; else very good. Scarce. Bound with. GOSTLING, William. A WALK IN AND ABOUT THE CITY OF CANTERBURY. With many observations not hitherto described in any other Publication. The Third Edition. By W. Gostling, M.A. A Native of the Place, and Minor Canon of the Cathedral. Canterbury. Simmons and Kirkby. 1779. Xiv, 321, [12 Index], [1 advert’] pages. Folding plan of the City; map of East Kent; engraved view of the S. East prospect of the Cathedral. Plan separating at hinge, but secure; else a very good copy. The two books bound as one in half calf gilt over marbled boards. Gilt and black label reads: ‘Canterbury.’ Armorial bookplate of Lord Northwick. A very nice of early Canterbury guides.