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A volume containing two profusely illustrated journals of tours, comprising (a) Driffield, York, Birmingham, Droitwich, Gloucester, Chepstow, Tintern Parva, Tintern Abbey, St Briavel, Landogo, Windcliff, Mathern, Moins Court, Caldicot, Caerwent, Penhow, Llanfair [Discoed], Shirenewton, Monmouth, Raglan, Usk, Caerleon, Newport, Malpas, Clifton and London, 29 July-12 August 1845, and (b) Clifton, Chepstow, St Arvans, Windcliff, Tintern, Llandogo, Monmouth, Skenfrith, Grosmont, Longtown, Llanthony Abbey, Abergavenny, Raglan, Ross, Gloucester, Birmingham, Manchester and Halifax, 19 August-3 September 1846. The illustrations, largely in the form of cuttings of line engravings and lithographs but occasionally of pencil and pen-and-wash drawings (some by S. E. P. and F. Newman and some from W. Coxe, A historical tour through Monmouthshire, 1801) include the N[orth] W[est] view of the City of Gloucester; Plan of Gloucester (1844); Church of St Nicholas, Gloucester; Gloucester Cathedral. View from St Catherines Abbey; Plan of Gloucester Cathedral; Gloucester Cathedral. West Font and South Side; Gloucester Cathedral. The Lady Chapel; Gloucester Cathedral. North Transept; Gloucester Cathedral. The Cloisters; a map of Monmouthshire (drawn and engraved for Samuel Lewis, A topographical dictionary of Wales, 1833); a plan of Chepstow Castle; Chepstow from the Bridge; Interior of Chepstow Castle; Chepstow Castle (2); Ruins of the Old Manor House at Tintern Parva; Tintern; The Ichnography of the Abbey Church of Tintern ....; Tintern Abbey (2); Interior of Tintern Abbey; West Window of Tintern Abbey; Tintern Abbey (Interior View); Tintern Abbey (Feby. 20 1842); an effigy ? of Roger le Bigod, 4th earl of Norfolk, in Tintern Abbey; St Briavell's Castle (1824); The Wyndcliff (1842); Episcopal Palace, Mathern; Moins Court (1824); Ground Plan of Caldicot Castle; Entrance to Caldicott Castle (1846); Caldicote Castle; Square Tower, Caldecot Castle; Keep of Caldicot Castle; Sudbrook Chapel on Caldicot Level; Sudbrook Camp; Caerwent. Bastion of the South Wall; Eastern entrance into Caerwent; Ground Plan of Penhow Castle; Pencoed Castle (1823); Pencoed Castle. Ground Plan; Mansion of Pencoed; Llanvair [Discoed] Castle; a plan of Llanvair Castle; Monnow Bridge, Monmouth; Monmouth Castle; Remains of the Priory, etc. at Monmouth (1805); The Church of St Thomas, Monmouth; Raglan Castle (3); a plan of Raglan Castle; View from the Castle, Usk; Usk Castle; Usk Castle ground plan; Usk Priory; Usk; St Juliens; Newport Castle; Newport; Newport Castle ground plan; Malpas Church; Bridge and Castle, Skenfrith; 'fair sketch' of the bridge [at Skenfrith]; General Plan Skinfrith [sic] Castle, and a Particular Plan of One of its Corner Towers; windows [at Skenfrith Church]; Skenfrith Church; Entrance to Grosmont Castle; Grosmont Castle; Plan of Grosmont Castle; Grosmont Church; Longtown Castle (1809); Llanthony Abbey (1810); Plan of the Remains of Llanthony Abbey, Church, and Chapter House; Llanthony Abbey (1810); Llanthony Abbey; Abergavenny Castle ground plan; Abergavenny Castle (1823); and Abergavenny from the Uske road. The title page reads 'Gloucester 1845. Monmouthshire 1845 and 1846' and is followed by an 'Index to Plates'. The spine is lettered in gilt 'Gloucester, Monmouthsh: 1845. 1846.'