particularly Staffa and Icolmkill: to which are added, a description of the Falls of the Clyde; of the country round Moffat, and an analysis of its mineral waters. a new edition
by Thomas Garnett.
London, printed for John Stockdale, 1811.
4to [28x21cm]. 2 volumes bound into one. complete with the folding map, 47 aquatint views, map of Loch Lomond, engraved view of Lady Kilsyth in her coffin, and three small engraved portraits, two hand coloured.
a good set in a 19th century half calf binding. there is browning to the paper, mostly light and generally not affecting the plates, but in places quite heavy. 19th-century owner’s name to title-page and later name to front free end-paper.