[WALKER, George.] The Costume of Yorkshire, London, by T. Bensley, London, by T. Bensley, for Longmans, 1814, 2°, text in English and French, 40 hand-coloured aquatint plates, tissue guards, (contents leaf neatly restored at outer margin), modern black blind-stamped morocco, t.e.g. [Abbey Life 432; Prideaux p. 335; Martin Hardie; Martin-Hardie p. 153; Colas 3044]

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[WALKER, George.] The Costume of Yorkshire, London, by T. Bensley, London, by T. Bensley, for Longmans, 1814, 2°, text in English and French, 40 hand-coloured aquatint plates, tissue guards, (contents leaf neatly restored at outer margin), modern black blind-stamped morocco, t.e.g. [Abbey Life 432; Prideaux p. 335; Martin Hardie; Martin-Hardie p. 153; Colas 3044]

Abbey: "Plate 3 is of particular interest in being the FIRST REPRESENTATION OF A STEAM-ENGINE, built by Murray & Blenkinsop, Leeds, in 1812, about two years before Stephenson's engine, it was used from 1812-33."
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