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HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNTS OF THE ANCIENT AND PRESENT STATE OF THE TOWN OF MONMOUTH,
Heath, Charles.

HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNTS OF THE ANCIENT AND PRESENT STATE OF THE TOWN OF MONMOUTH,

Including a Variety of Particulars Deserving the Stranger’s Notice, Relating to the Borough and its Neighbourhood. Collected from Original Papers and Unquestionable Authorities, the Whole Never Before Published. Printed and sold by him N.d. c.[1804].
1st Ed. [284]pp. Light browning, rebound in gilt rule edged half leather with cloth boards, some neat repairs to spine, gilt ruling with gilt lettering to spine. Upcott 939. Without ‘a descriptive account of the Kymin Pavilion; with Notices of Buckstone.’ Also issued in quarto edition. Libri Walliae, 2378. Charles Heath (1761–1830), topographical printer. ODNB ‘... Heath collected much material on the history and topography of the locality, and though his works show little literary or critical judgement, they were invaluable sources for later historians ... Heath was twice mayor of Monmouth (1819 and 1820) ...’
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