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Heath, Charles, 1761–1831

The excursion down the Wye from Ross to Monmouth; comprehending, historical and descriptive accounts of Wilton and Goodrich castles, also of Court Field, the nursery of King Henry the Fifth; New Wear, and every other object in the voyage. The celebrated family of the Swifts, who resided at Goodrich, are not overlooked: and, throughout the whole are interspersed, a variety of amusing and interesting circumstances: never before collected: particularly, memoirs and anecdotes of the life of John Kyrle, esq. rendered immortal by the muse of Pope, under the character of "The man of Ross." By Charles Heath ...

Monmouth, Printed and sold by him [i.e. C. Heath]; 1799.
Physical Description:
5 p.., 162, [16], 163-164 p. 26 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA670 W97 H4 1799
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
At foot of p. 164: End of the first part. Continued by three other "Historical accounts ... " by the same author, published 1801-4.
Subject Terms:
Kyrle, John, 1637-1724.
Wye, River (Wales and England)

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