A Description of East-Bourne and its Environs; in the county of Sussex. Eastbourne: for John Haetherly, sold by Scatchered and Letterman, 1819. 12° (192 x 105mm). Folding engraved frontispiece map and 3 plates (light offsetting onto title). Later boards (lower compartment of spine partly torn away). Provenance: Anna Heygate (ownership inscription dated Eastbourne, 1820 on free endpaper).
WRIGHT, C. Rambles in the vicintiy of Brighton, to Lewes, Eastbourne, Worthing, Bamber, Devil's Dyke, Arundel, &c.. Brighton: W. Saunders, [?1820]. 12° (184 x 103mm). Hand-coloured folding engraved frontispiece map (occasional light spotting). Late 19th-century boards, original front wrapper cut down and pasted on front cover (rebacked, rubbed). Provenance: W.H. Hills (bookplate). Third edition.
With 6 others similar, including The Hand-Book for Hastings, St. Leonard's and their Neighbourhood (Hastings, 1846), Baxter's Guide to Lewes (Lewes, 1852), and Mark Anthony Lower's Sussex; being an historical, topographical, and general description (Brighton, 1834). (8)