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Batty, Captain (Robert), -1848

Welsh scenery / from drawings by Captain Batty, of the Grenadier Guards, F.R.S.

London : R. Jennings, 1825.
Physical Description:
viii, [35] p., [35] leaves of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA730 .B38 1825+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Steel engravings by Edward Finden; after Captain Robert Batty.
Printed by J. Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury.
Plates accompanied by unpaged descriptive text.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary blue cloth.
Subject Terms:
Haddon, J. -- Printer.
Jennings, R. -- Publisher.
Landscape -- Wales.
Steel engraving -- Specimens -- 1825.
Wales -- Description and travel.
Wales -- Pictorial works.
Finden, Edward Francis, 1791-1857, engraver.

  • Chepstow, from the cliff opposite the town
  • Ragland Castle
  • Llantony Abbey
  • Abergavenny Castle
  • Hay
  • Bridge at Rahyadergwy
  • Valley of the Rheiddol, looking towards the Devil's Bridge
  • Devil's Bridge
  • Fall of the Rheiddol, near the Devil's Bridge
  • Aberystwith and Cardigan Bay
  • Welsh Coast near Aberystwith
  • Cader Idris
  • Harlech
  • Harlech Castle
  • Vale of Ffestiniog
  • View looking towards the Pass of Bedgellart
  • Pont-Abey-Glasllynn
  • Nantz Mill
  • Snowdon, from Llanberris
  • Dolbadern Castle
  • Snowdon, and Llanberris, from the road to Caernarvon
  • Caernarvon Castle
  • Eagle Tower, Caernarvon Castle
  • Waterfall at Aber
  • Conway Castle, from the banks of Conway below the Town
  • Conway Castle, from the wood opposite
  • Rhyddlan Castle
  • Denbigh
  • Gateway of Denbigh Castle
  • Llangellen
  • View on the Dee, from Llangollen Bridge
  • Valle Crucis Abbey
  • Llangwast, or Valle Crucis Abbey, West Side
  • Aqueduct over the Dee, called Pont-y-Cyssyltan
  • Wrexham.

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