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Maps and plans. For convenience in handling the Guide on the spot the maps and plans throughout the text are inserted immediately after the matter to which they relate. The system of references (pl. G 32, 11, etc.) to the plans in the Appendix is explained on p. 19 of the Appendix.
Type. The types have been selected for their clearness. Smaller type is used for historical and preliminary paragraphs and (speaking generally) for descriptions of minor importance. From considerations Of space the interiors Of some museums and churches are likewise described in small type, but an effort has been made to avoid in icting on the traveller long paragraphs in small print to be read within poorly-lighted buildings. Conversely, the accounts of Kew Gardens and the Zoological Gardens, which fall to be read in the Open air, are in small type.
Asterisks indicate points of special interest or excellence. Populations are given according to the census of 1921.
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