All the plates have the text 
DRAWN ON STONE BY H.C.BRANDLING
M. & N. HANHART IMPT
LONDON, RICHARD BENTLEY, 1851

Michael and N. Hanhart were litho printers of 64 Charlotte St, Fitzroy Square

 

Frontispiece. The Land's End
"The Land's End! There is something in the very words that stirs us all."
Chapter X, p186

facing p23. St. Germans 

St Germans is a small town west of Plymouth. Wilkie spelt it with an 'i', Brandling did not.

"As for St. Germains, let me honestly confess that I have nothing to say about it...in reference to the only local curiosity of St. Germains--its noble old church--I am superseded by my companion, who has already described it with his pencil, much better than I could with my pen."
Chapter II, p22-23

Facing p.29. Looe

"it remains to this day one of the prettiest and most primitive places in England."
Ch.III p.29


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