A WALK IN AND ABOUT THE CITY OF CANTERBURY, With many Observations not to be found in any Description hitherto published. By William Gostling, M.A. A Native of the Place, and Minor Canon of the Cathedral. Embellished with a new and correct Plan of the City, in which is introduced, the Old Church of St. Andrew, Archbishop Abbot’s Conduit, and a North View of St. Augustine’s Monastery. – Also an elegant Engraving of the Church Gate, and a Chart of those Parts described in a Tour through East Kent.
Canterbury: Printed and Sold by Simmons and Kirkby, and W. Flacton. Sold also by R. Baldwin and Joseph Johnson, Booksellers, in London. And by all the Booksellers in the County of Kent, 1774. viii, 138 pages. Folding plan at start, two plates. recent full calf gilt with a red title label to the spine. 166 x 116 mm. First edition. The folding plan of the City which is often missing has been strengthened from the blank verso at the edges; contemporary name on title; else a very good and handsome copy of the scarce first edition of this classic work.