2 edition of Monmouthshire. Descriptive accounts of Persfield and Chepstow found in the catalog.
Monmouthshire. Descriptive accounts of Persfield and Chepstow
by Sold by him [Charles Heath] in the market place, and at all the inns in the county in [Monmouth]
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1983. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 852, no. 9).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 852, no. 9.|
|Contributions||Heath, Charles, 1761-1831.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
Chepstow (Welsh: Cas-gwent) is a town in Monmouthshire, Wales, adjoining the border with Gloucestershire, England. It is located on the River Wye, about 2 mi above its confluence with the River Severn, and adjoining the western end of the Severn Bridge.  The Kymin Pavilion, erected in honour of the British Admirals, and their unparalleled victories [Bloomfield's note, referring to the picturesque tower built from on land owned by the Duke of Beaufort.A naval temple, commemorating Nelson's victory at the Battle of the Nile (Aboukir Bay) was built there in The site is detailed by Charles Heath in a Descriptive Account of the.
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This is a list of Sheriffs of Monmouthshire, an office which was created in but not fully settled [clarification needed] until On 1 April , under the provisions of the Local Government Act , the shrievalty of Monmouthshire was abolished, and replaced by the new office of High Sheriff of Gwent, covering a broadly similar area. Piercefield House is a largely ruined neo-classical country house designed by Sir John Soane, located near Chepstow in extensive surrounding park overlooking the Wye Valley includes Chepstow Racecourse.. The house is now a shell, along with its extensive stable block, but its status as a Grade II* listed building reflects its importance.
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Descriptive accounts of Persfield and Chepstow, including Caerwent, and the passages; also the Road to Bristol and Glocester; interspersed with local and interesting Particulars, selected from the most admired Writers, viz. Young, Wyndham, Wheatley, Shaw, Grose, &c. being the Continuation of a Design for publishing, in like manner, an Account.
Monmouthshire. Descriptive Accounts of Persfield and Chepstow, Including Caerwen Monmouthshire. Descriptive Accounts: $ Descriptive of Accounts Monmouthshire.
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Monmouthshire. Descriptive Accounts of Tintern Abbey: Selected from the the [sic] Most Esteemed Writers on that Beautiful Ruin: with Some Observations on the Monastic Order, and a Correct Translation of the Charters of the Earls of Pembroke and Norfolk.
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Pierre interspersed with curious biographical anecdotes relating to. List of known descriptions of visits to the Wye Valley including Tintern Abbey and Piercefield. This list comprises just over entries, including manuscript sources and various editions of published accounts.
Entries which do not have a code under Tintern or Piercefield include descriptions of places elsewhere on the lower Wye. Further details of. "ST. PIERRE, a parish in the upper half division of the hundred of Caldicott, county Monmouth, 2½ miles S.W. of Chepstow. The village, which contains only a few farmhouses, is situated at the ferry over the Severn to New Passage.
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Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Ancient and Present State of the Town and Castle of Chepstow Charles Heath — Chepstow (Wales) Including the Pleasurable Regions of Persfield, and a Variety of Other Particulars Deserving the Stranger's Notice, Round that Neighbourhood, Collected from Original Papers and Unquestionable Authorities.
Charles Heath (Hurcott, – január 1.) brit nyomdász és író, politikus, Monmouth városának polgármestere. Életútja.
ben született a Kidderminster melletti Hurcottban, ádja több papírmalmot üzemeltetett a vidéken. Henry Penruddocke Wyndham (usually called Pen), topographer and politician, in that order of priority, published his tours of and ; an anonymous ‘gentleman’ made a more extended visit in for his A pocket vade-mecum through Monmouthshire, and part of South Wales: containing a description of the views, and an account of the.
Saleø Sfowtfott, &c. MONMOUTHSHIRE AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE. t To Timber Dealers and Others. >1",T&/rR. JOHN DAYIS will offer for SALE by 1Y1 PUBLIC AUCTION, at THE GEORGE HOTEL, CHEPSTOW, On Tuesday, tlte 26th day ofNovèmber,At Two for Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject 1 to such conditions as shall be then and there produced, the following valuable and useful.
Sixpence. T INTERN ABBEY and the WINDCLIFF. A full account of the splendid monastic Ruins, and its Founders, and the far-famed Scenery of Wind- elilf, with plates. Sixpence. CHEPSTOW, and its neighbourhood, con- taining an account of the Town and Castle, with Walks in the vicinity, and all objects of interest to Strangers, with plate.
Historical and descriptive accounts of the ancient and present state of Ragland Castle, and a variety of other particulars. In; Heath, Charles, The excursion down the Wye from Ross to Monmouth: including memoirs and anecdotes of John Kyrle, esq.
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There are English and Welsh language books, fiction and non-fiction, and books for adults. Between this, and Chepstow stands PERSFIELD, famous for the much admired walks of the ingenious Mr.
MoRIs, --an account of which is given in the concluding part of this "Excurfion down the Wye, from I'intern to Che4flow, --by C. Heatb." " ~'our," under the Article " Monmouthihire.", Page 38 TINTERN ABBEI2 BY MR. WHEATLEY. Matheson C.S. () ‘Ancient and Present’: Charles Heath of Monmouth and the Historical and Descriptive Accounts of Tintern Abbey – In: Colbert B.
(eds) Travel Writing and Tourism in Britain and Ireland. Charles Heath ( – 1 January ) was a printer and writer who became a leading radical in was twice elected Mayor of Monmouth.
Biography. Heath was born in in Hurcott, near Kidderminster in Worcestershire, to a family who owned paper mills in the area. He went to school in Hartlebury before training as a printer in Nottingham.
He set out on his own inand.Syned Davies’ “A Voyage to Tintern Abbey, in Monmouthshire, from Whitminster in Gloucestershire” is the earliest represented here. In the edition of Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Ancient and Present State of Tintern Abbey, the sonnet fittingly concludes The first night in Chepstow was marked by a fierce.Tintern Abbey (Welsh: Abaty Tyndyrn pronunciation (help info)) was founded on 9 May by Walter de Clare, Lord of is situated adjacent to the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, on the Welsh bank of the River Wye, which at this location forms the border between Monmouthshire in Wales and Gloucestershire in England.
It was the first Cistercian foundation in Wales, and only.