Prints from many other books and periodicals can also be found in Views of England and Wales. These include The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland, The Itinerant, European Magazine, The Modern Universal British Traveller, The Building News, The British Architect, Dugdale’s England and Wales Delineated, The Oxford Almanack and Vanity Fair among numerous other examples.
Most of these publications are represented by a much smaller number of prints in the collection when compared with some of the books authored by Britton and Brayley, as well as those from The Gentleman's Magazine. Nonetheless, when taken together they constitute a large and very important number of the prints in Views of England and Wales.
Prints from these other publications reveal a far wider cross-section of books and periodicals that were circulating in eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain. Moreover, owing to their differing interests, these books and periodicals feature a broader range of subjects and a variety of different styles that enriches Views of England and Wales. For instance, the caricature in Vanity Fair of Henry Mitchell, a Bradford mill owner, which can be seen below.