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TWO SUCCESSIVE TOURS THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE OF WALES,
Skrine, Henry.

TWO SUCCESSIVE TOURS THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE OF WALES,

With Several of the Adjacent English Counties; So as to Form a Comprehensive View of the Picturesque Beauty, the Peculiar Manners, and the Fine Remains of Antiquity, in That Interesting Part of the British Island. Elmsley and Bremner ... 1798.
1st Ed. xxviii + 280pp. Pencil marking to margins and the odd textual correction, modern e.ps., rebound in gilt lettered buckram backed cloth boards. ESTC T60747 ‘With a half-title’ Henry Skrine (1755–1803). ODNB ‘... In his later [above work] he compiled the journals of several tours pursued over successive summers during the 1790s, and described the landscape, inhabitants, and condition of most of Wales. His final publication was another topographical work, A General Account of All the Rivers of Note in Great Britain (1801) ... Skrine proved a shrewd observer, providing a well written commentary on the state of the country through which he journeyed ...’
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