17 MARCH 1832, Page 20

A neat little Guide to the Lions - of London, beautifully

printed, with an abundance of wood-cuts, and tastefully got up by KLDD, in the style of his Guide to Margate, &c., deserves praise for its comprehensive brevity, as well as its elegant appearance. The cuts are very nicely executed, and supply the place of the laboured descriptions of public buildings, by giving them at once to the eye; the letterpress affording only that information which could not be conveyed in a graphic form. It is the best pocket-companion for the stranger in London which- we have seen.