Through East Anglia in a Motor Car
"[...]favour (as, on the whole, it has reported), he recognized that enlightened self-interest made it desirable to educate public opinion into the frame of mind suitable for the reception of an enabling measure. For these reasons, and some that are immaterial, it was not convenient to make the first raid into East Anglia until nearly the end of January, 1906, and that was a period calculated to try the reality of man's or woman's sincerity as a devotee of motoring by a somewhat severe test. How that test was applied it shall be my endeavour to tell in a narrative form, and to that form a preference will be given throughout the book, digressions being made, as occasion serves or fancy calls, to mention matters of practical utility or of intelligent interest. Let me, therefore, "cut the cackle and come"-not to "the 'osses" by any means-but to the country and to the motor-cars. On Monday, January the 23rd, [...]."
- Paperback | 330 pages
- 152 x 229 x 18mm | 440g
- 25 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations