Companion volumes

The book A Family Tour through the British Empire, first published in 1804 has a companion volume Perambulations in London, and its Environs : Comprehending an Historical Sketch of the Ancient State, and Progress, of the British Metropolis, a concise Description of its Present State, Notices of Eminent Persons, and a Short Account of the Surrounding Villages in Letters Designed for Young Persons, published in 1809. In the former the Middleton family deliberately exclude London from their tour to which they return in the latter.

An Introduction to Botany, first published in 1796 has a companion volume in An Introduction to the Natural History and Classification of Insects, in a series of letters with engravings published in 1816.  

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