A thread of English road / by Charles S. Brooks, with pictures by Julia McCune Flory.
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Flory, Julia McCune, 1882-1971,
England -- Description and travel.
303 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
A thread of English road -- We spend a weeek in London -- A rummage of preparation -- Boots and saddles! -- We lodge with the widow winter -- The morning and the evening are the second day -- And now to Selborne -- The shrine of Gilbert White -- Chiefly about village authors -- Brief pages to end a weary day -- A dull chapter to be skipped -- I Ungum the scholar's whiskers -- Wherein the reader is saved from much weary instruction -- St. Cross by the way -- The pocket of a scholar -- And so to bed -- Across the Isle of Wight -- To be read only by serious stupid persons -- Softly in the cushions -- Yo ho! And a bottle of beer -- Lazy days -- The road to Salisbury -- As Mr. Pepys would have written it -- The valley of the Wylye -- To Bath -- An episcopalian chapter -- A chapter for Saturday -- Hurried miles -- Four thumbs northeast of Bristol -- Four thumbs and so to London.
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