Francis Grose, Esq., FAS., The Antiquities of England and Wales, Being a Collection of Views of the Most remarkable Ruins and antient Buildings, Accurately drawn on the spot. To each view is added An Historical Accounf of its Situation, when and by whom built, with every interesting Circumstance relating thereto. Collected from the best authorities.
London, Printed by C. Clarke, for S. Hooper, No. 212 High Holborn, opposite Southampton Street, Bloomsbury Square, M.DCC.LXXXIII 
My copy of Volume I is falling apart, but that at least means I don’t have to worry about damaging the binding when I scan the pictures! I took a photograph of this book open to the title page.
I wish I had more volumes of this series. I recently obtained volume 3, but it came without the maps, unfortunately. The perils of eBay!
There is a short biography of Francis Grose from 1814.
Captain Francis Grose is also known for compiling dictionaries. I have a copy of his Provincial Glossary. He also wrote a dictionary of slang; Project Gutenberg has made a text version of an 1811 version of this (I have a fac simile edition) and I have used this as a starting point, corrected many errors, and put it online as the 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue.
There is also an entry in the Nuttall Encyclopædia for Captain Francis Grose.