Cornhill Magazine, 6 (1862), 206–16.
The Art of Alpine Travel
Suggests that in climbing the Alps 'a telescope will be wanted, especially if new routes are to be tried', and advises that 'there is probably nothing better than one of Cary's little pocket telescopes' (209).
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