Instructive rambles in London

and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth
  • 308 Pages
  • 2.81 MB
  • English
[s.n.] , New York
Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature, London (England) -- Description and travel -- Juvenile liter


London (Eng

Other titlesInstructive rambles., Rambles in London.
Statementby Elizabeth Helm.
LC ClassificationsPR4779.H8 I6 1814
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, [13]-308 p., [1] leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6980317M
LC Control Number07004118

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Instructive rambles: in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. 4) In the sequel to Instructive Rambles, entitled Instructive Rambles Extended (BTW), Helme suggests the two works combine 'her rambles among the real objects of curiosity in the metropolis' with 'her excursions in the regions of fiction' (ii).

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Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. London: Printed for T. Longman, and E. Newbery. Elizabeth Helme (died c. ) was an English novelist and translator of the 18th century. She was born in County Durham, but her maiden name is not family moved to London, where she met William Helme, who became her had five children.

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