Britannia Depicta; A Series Of Views (With brief Descriptions) Of The Most Interesting And Picturesque Objects In Great Britain, Engraved From Drawings By Messrs. Farington, Turner, Hearne, Smith, Alexander, &c. - The Counties Alphabetically Arranged - Part II. Containing Nine Views in Cambridgeshire. -
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Each carries the publishers' imprint of T. Cadell and W. Davies, and the date (4 May 1808).
The plates are captioned, and show:  North east View of the Town of Cambridge;  Inside View of Kings College Chapel in Cambridge; taken from The West End;  N:W: View of St: Sepulchre's Church in Cambridge;  Inside View of St. Sepulchre's Church in Cambridge;  St. John's College, Cambridge;  South-West View of Ely;  Remains of the Ancient Conventual Church at Ely;  The Remains of Two Churches at Swaffham-Prior, as they appeared in June 1806;  South West View of Thorney Abbey Church.
The Advertisement states that 'The nine Views contained in this Second Part will serve to illustrate the First Part of the Second Volume (published at the same Time) of Magna Britannia; or, a concise Topographical Account of the several Counties of Great Britain, by the Rev. Daniel Lysons ... and Samuel Lysons ...', and lists the numbered pages next to which the nine plates should be bound in that work. It adds that 'The third and subsequent Parts of Britannia Depicta will be published regularly at the same periods as the continuation of the Magna Britannia ...'.
Drawings - Landscapes (representations) - Great Britain - 19th century - Picturesque, the
Views - Great Britain - 19th century
Pictorial works - Great Britain - 19th century