This Day is Published,
In Two Large Octavo Volumes, containing together 1,000
               Pages of Letter Press
                      A Description
                           Of The

                 Lakes and Mountains
                              In
  Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire
With some Account of their Bordering Towns and
                         Villages;
The Result of Observations made during a Residence of Upwards
           Of 18 years in Ambleside and Keswick
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                  By William GREEN
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       Sixteen years of the above period were appropriated to the production
of drawings and sketches, from the prominent to the most retired features of
this interesting district; but the three last years have been principally
devoted to numerous Excursions, made with the design of collecting materials to be
exhibited in a series of directions for the use of tourists. The work will be
interspersed with remarks on the present on the present appearance of the
vallies, particularly as beautified or deformed by Wood, or as connected by
neighbouring elevations with more removed objects.

       The price of the work with a map and twelve prints, One guineas. - On
a superior paper, with a map and 24 prints,  Two Guineas.
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       The author requests of those Ladies and Gentlemen who have already
done him the favour of subscribing to the work that they will again signify their
intentions, as it is feared that some of their names may be omitted in the
Subscription o fthe book.

       **Please to address the Author, in Ambleside, or Mr. LOUGH, at the
Printing Office, Kendal.

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       On the same day will be ready for delivery, a Box, containing ten
large cups of Original Colour, and Four Compounds; prepared under the direction of
William GREEN.

       An introduction to the study of Mountain Landscape, is written,  and
will be published with these colours.

       The Compounds are calculated to save much valuable time, for by their
agency the eight preparatory tints my be produced with greater certainty in
five minutes, than can be done with the original colours in an hour.

       The explanation of the colours and the compounds is illustrated in the
body of the letter press by a numerous arrangement of tints, with their
application to the Publishers Mode of proceeding through all various stages of a
Drawing.

       The above colours in large Mahogany Boxes, with the Letter Press, are
£2 and £2  10s.

Ambleside, October 1, 1819


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