The Dublin guide: or, a description of the city of Dublin, and the most remarkable places within fifteen miles. ...
|Main Creator:||Lewis, Richard, corrector of the press.|
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Dublin : printed for the author, at his correcting-office, 
Dedication dated 1st August 1787.
The appendix on p. 275 states that "the following article should have been inserted in page 236; but as the author did not see the place it describes until the 19th of August, 1787, when its proprietor most politely shewed it to him, and personally attended him through the whole demesne, he has hastily given this rude sketch".
The "demesne" is Southwell's Glen, the "beautiful seat of Captain William Southwell".
Dated at the foot of p. 278 (of the appendix): 10th October, 1787.
With frontisp., map wanting.
Without the map.
Physical description: ,278 p.,plates : ill., map ; 8vo
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