Leigh’s new pocket road-book of Ireland, containing an account of all the direct and cross roads;
together with a description of every remarkable place, its curiosities, manufactures, commerce, population, inns, mail coach routes, fairs and market-days; forming a complete guide to every object worthy of attention. London : Leigh and Son, 1835. Third edition. Duodecimo, gilt-lettered green sheep, spine slightly scuffed, folding table, pp. xii; 528; three folding maps, including a hand-coloured map of Ireland.
A very good copy in publisher’s binding.