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THE EXCURSION DOWN THE WYE
Heath, Charles.

THE EXCURSION DOWN THE WYE

From Ross to Monmouth: Including Memoirs and Anecdotes of John Kyrle, Esq, Rendered Immortal by the Muse of Pope, Under the Character of the Man of Ross. Monmouth, Printed and Sold by him ... N.d. c.[1815]. 6th Ed. [xxiv] + 136pp. [Bound with]. DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF THE KYMN PAVILION, And Beaulieu Grove, With Their Various Views: Also, the Naval Temple, With New Notices of Buckstone, A Supposed Druidical Relique, Near it: To Which is Added, Lord Nelsonís Visit to Monmouth. His Speeches and Conversation at the Dinner Table, His Own Remarks on his Important Victories, With His Public Reception at Rudhall, Hereford, and other Places, on his Tour. Monmouth, Printed and Sold by him ... N.d. c.[1813]. 1st Ed. [xcii]pp. [Bound with]. HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNTS of the Ancient and Present State of Tintern Abbey, Including a Variety of Other Particulars, Deserving the Strangerís Notice, Relating to That Much-Admired Ruin, and Its Neighbourhood. The Whole Never Before Published Collected from Original Papers and Unquestionable Authorities. Monmouth, Printed and Sold by him ... 1810. [cxii]pp. [Bound with]. HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNTS of the Ancient and Present State of the Town and Castle of Chepstow, Including the Pleasurable Regions of Persfield, and a Variety of Other Particulars, Deserving the Strangerís Notice, Round That Neighbourhood. Collected From Original Papers and Unquestionable Authorities. Monmouth, Printed and Sold by him ... N.d. c.[1813]. 6th Ed. [cxxx]pp. [Bound with]. HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNTS of the Ancient and Present State of Ragland Castle, and a Variety of Other Particulars, Deserving the Strangerís Notice, Relating to That Much Admired Ruin, and its Neighbourhood. Collected From Original Papers and Unquestionable Authorities. Monmouth, Printed and Sold by him ... 1813. 6th Ed. [cxxxii]pp.
Together 5 works in 1 vol. as often issued. Some light browning, with the armorial bookplate of Probert of the Argoed, early leather backed boards, some wear, gilt ruled spine rubbed. Charles Heath (1761Ė1830), topographical printer. ODNB Ď... 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) ...í
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