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English Language Travel Books Dealing with Wales

A Bibliography, by Dr. Diana Luft

Llen Teithio Gymraeg


1. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century travel books to Wales


    1.a) North Wales
    1.b) South Wales
    1.c) Marches


2. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century guide books to Wales


    2.a) North Wales
    2.b) South Wales
    2.c) Marches
    2.d) Series.
Items recorded in this section as belonging to named series of books are also        recorded in section 3 under the appropriate place.
        ‘Humphreys’ series
        ‘Beauties of England and Wales’ series
        ‘Cambrian Balnea’ series
        ‘Pinnock’s County Histories’
        ‘Thorough Guide’ series
        ‘Waugh’s popular handbooks'


3. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century guide books to specific places

This section is organised according to the Historic Counties of Wales which obtained until 1974.


    3.a) Anglesey
    3.b) Brecknockshire: Brecon, Builth Wells
    3.c) Cardiganshire: Aberystwyth, Dyvi Valley, Hafod
    3.d) Caernarvonshire: Bangor
    3.e) Caernarvonshire: Conwy
    3.f) Caernarvonshire: Llandudno
    3.g) Caernarvonshire: Llanrug, Penmaenmawr
    3.h) Caernarvonshire: Menai Strait and Bridges
    3.i) Caernarvonshire: Snowdon
    3.j) Carmarthenshire: Abergwili, Carmarthen, Llandeilo
    3.k) Denbighshire: Abergele, Llangollen, Llanrwst, Ruthin, Rhyl, St. Asaph, Vale of Clwyd, Valle        Crucis, Wrexham
    3.l) Flintshire: Holywell, Mold
    3.m) Glamorgan: Cardiff, Gower, Merthyr Tydfil, Mumbles, Neath, Pontypridd, Swansea, Vaynor
    3.n) Merionethshire: Ardudwy, Bala, Harlech
    3.o) Monmouthshire: Caldicot, Chepstow, Crumlin, Llanthony, Rhaglan, Tintern
    3.p) Monmouthshire: Wye River
    3.q) Montgomeryshire
    3.r) Pembrokeshire: Milford Haven, Saundersfoot,  St Davids
    3.s) Pembrokeshire: Tenby
    3.t) Radnorshire: Llandrindod Wells


4. Twentieth-century travel books to Wales


    4.a) North Wales
    4.b) South Wales
    4.c) Marches


5. Twentieth-century guide books to Wales


    5.a) North Wales
    5.b) South Wales
    5.c) Marches
    5.d) Series.
Items recorded in this section as belonging to named series of books are also        recorded in section 6 under the appropriate place.
        ‘Ardal’ Guides
        ‘Blacks Guide Books’
        ‘Borough Guides’
        ‘Burrow’s Royal Handbooks’
        ‘Cambridge County Geographies’
        ‘Cityspots’ series
        ‘Companion Guides’
        ‘County books’ series
        ‘Darlingtons’ handbooks
        ‘Footpath Guides’
        ‘Gossiping Guide’ series
        ‘Guides to Ancient and Historic Wales’
        ‘Handy Aids’ series
        ‘Harrap’s country-lovers library’
        ‘Little Guides’
        ‘Lonely Planet Guides’
        ‘Nelson’s Guides’
        ‘On the Spot Geographies’
        ‘Pevsner buildings of Wales’ series
        ‘Pevensey’ guides
        ‘Portrait’ series
        ‘Premier guides’
        ‘Queen’s Wales Series’
        ‘Red Book Guides’
        ‘Red Guides’
        ‘Regional books’ series
        ‘Rough Guides’
        ‘Round About Guides’
        ‘Rural Wales’ series
        ‘Shell Guides’
        ‘Shire county guides’
        ‘Vision of Wales Series’
        ‘Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides’
        ‘Walks Around’ series
        ‘We Go Abroad Series’


6. Twentieth-century guide books to specific places.

This section is organised according to the Unitary Authorities of Wales which have obtained since 1996, except for Clwyd and Gwent (see notes below).


    6.a) Blaenau Gwent
    6.b) Bridgend: Maesteg, Porthcawl
    6.c) Caerphilly
    6.d) Cardiff
    6.e) Carmarthenshire:
Ammanford, Carmarthen, Llanelli, Llandovery, National Botanic Garden,        Vale of Towy
    6.f) Ceredigion: Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Devil’s Bridge, Dyfi Valley, Lampeter    
    6.g) Clwyd (preserved county), Vale of Clwyd. Sources identified as descriptions of the        Preserved County of Clwyd (1974-1996) only are included in this section. For descriptions of the        modern-day authorities of Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham see the appropriate sections.
    6.h) Conwy: Colwyn Bay, Llandudno
    6.i) Denbighshire: Dee River, Llangollen, Rhyl, Ruthin
    6.j) Flintshire: Basingwerk, Holywell
    6.k) Gwent: Sources identified as descriptions of the Preserved County of Gwent (1974-1996)        only are included in this section. For descriptions of the modern-day authorities of Blaenau        Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen see the appropriate sections.
    6.l) Gwynedd: Caernarfon, Bala, Bangor, Bardsey, Beddgelert, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Dolgellau,        Harlech, Llŷn Peninsula, Porthmadog
    6.m) Gwynedd: Snowdon
    6.n) Isle of Anglesey
    6.o) Merthyr Tydfil
    6.p) Monmouthshire (Gwent):
Abergavenny, Chepstow, Mynydd Du Forest, Rhaglan, Severn        River, Tintern, Wye River
    6.q) Neath Port Talbot
    6.r) Newport
    6.s) Pembrokeshire:
Caldy, Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Skomer, St Davids, Tenby
    6.t) Powys: Brecon, Brecon Beacons, Builth Wells, Dan yr Ogof, Hay-on-Wye
    6.u) Powys: Llandrindod Wells, Llanfyllin, Llanidloes, Machynleth, Meifod, Offa’s Dyke, Presteigne,        Rhayader, Welshpool
    6.v) Rhondda Cynon Taf: Aberdare, Rhondda
    6.w) Swansea
    6.x) Torfaen: Blaenavon
    6.y) Vale of Glamorgan: Barry, Gower, Llantwit Major, Lliw Valley
    6.z) Wrexham


7. Travel Books by Other Europeans to Wales


8. Travel Books by Welsh Authors to Other Places


9. Fabricated Travel books


10. Collections of Pictures and Photographs

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1. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century travel books to Wales


A Collection of Welsh Tours; or, a Display of the Beauties of Wales, selected principally from Celebrated Histories and Popular Tours, with Occasional Remarks (London, G. Sael, 1797).
SCOLAR WG30(1797)


A Journal of Three Years Travels through Different Parts of Great Britain in 1795, 1796, 1797 (1805).


[A tour from London to Holyhead, as far as Ewloe] ([London], [S.n.], [n.d.]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


The Cambrian Mountains; or, A tour through Wales, describing the scenery and general characters of that romantic country (London, Published for the Proprietors, 1851).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.W


Aiken, John, England Delineated; or, a Geographical Description of Every County in England and Wales, with a concise account of its most important products, natural and artificial, for the use of young persons, 4th edition, considerably improved (London, J. Johnson, 1800; 1788).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Baker, James, The picturesque description of a journey from London to Holyhead (London, [S.n.], 1800).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Borrow, George, Wild Wales: its people, language, and scenery (London, J. Murray, 1862).
WG6.1.B; SCOLAR WG30(1862); Google books


Brewer, James Norris, Walks through Wales, presenting a historical, topographical, and statistical view of the Principality... from the travelling notes of J.N. Brewer (London, James Robins & Co., 1830).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Brome, James, An historical account of Mr. Rogers’s three years travels over England and Wales. ... (London, Printed and sold by J. Moxon and B. Beardwell at the sign of Atlas in Warwick-Lane, and in Westminster-hall right against the Parliament-Stairs, 1694).


Brook, Mrs., A dialogue between a lady and her pupils, describing a journey through England and Wales, with a detail of the arts and manufactures of each city and town, and descriptions of natural history, designed for schools in general, 3rd edition, considerably enlarged (London, Printed for Sherwood [by Law and Gilbert], 1812).
SCOLAR WG20.B


Camden, William, Camden’s Wales, being the Welsh chapters taken from Edmund Gibson’s revised and enlarged edition of William Camden’s Britannia, trans. Edward Lhuyd (Carmarthen, Rampart Press, 1984).
Folio WG30(1984)


Champion, Anthony, ‘from a Traveller in Wales to a Friend Travelling in Scotland, August 1772’, in William Henry Lyttleton, ed., Miscellanies, in Verse and Prose, English and Latin, by the Late Anthony Champion (London, T. Bensley, 1801).


Chandler, Alfred Dupont, A bicycle tour in England and Wales, made in 1879 by the president, Alfred D. Chandler, and capt… (1881).


Clarke, Edward Daniel, A Tour through the South of England, Wales, and part of Ireland, made during the summer of 1791 (London, published for the author, 1793).
SCOLAR WG30(1793)


Cliffe, John Henry, Notes and recollections of an angler: rambles among the mountains, valleys, and solitudes of Wales, with sketches of some of the lakes, streams, mountains and scenic attractions in both divisions of the principality (London, Hamilton, Adams, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Defoe, Daniel, A Tour thro’ the Whole Island of Great Britain. Divided into Circuits or Journeys, giving a Particular and Entertaining Account of whatever is Curious and worth Observation, (London. printed for Peter Davis, 1927; 1748).
PR3404.T6


de Quincey, Thomas, Confessions of an English Opium Eater (Oxford, Woodstock, 1989; 1822).
PR4534.C6


Dineley, Thomas, The account of the official progress of His Grace Henry the first duke of Beaufort (Lord President of the Council in Wales and Lord Warden of the Marches) through Wales in 1684 (London, Blades, East & Blades, 1888).
SCOLAR WG30(1888)


Faraday, Michael, Michael Faraday in Wales, including Faraday’s journal of his tour through Wales in 1819, ed. Dafydd Tomos (Denbigh, Gwasg Gee, [1972]).
WG6.1.F


Fenton, Richard, A tour in quest of genealogy through several parts of Wales, Somersetshire and Wiltshire in a series of letters to a friend in Dublin; interspersed with a description of Stourhead and Stonehenge, ... by a Barrister (London, Sherwood, Neely and Jones, 1811).
SCOLAR WG6.1.F


Fenton, Richard, Tours in Wales (1804-1813), ed. John Fisher (London, Printed for the Cambrian Archaeological Association by the Bedford Press, 1917).
SCOLAR WG6.1.F


Freeman, George John, Sketches in Wales: or, A diary of three walking excursions in that principality, in the years 1823, 1824, 1825 (London, Longman, Rees…, 1826).
SCOLAR WG6.1.F


Higden, Ranulph, ‘De Cambria sive Wallia’ in Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden monachi cestrensis, ed. Churchill Babington (London, Longman, 1865).
History Research Collection DA25.G41


Hissey, James John, An old-fashioned journey through England and Wales (London, Richard Bentley & Son, 1884).


Hoare, Sir Richard Holt, The Journeys of Sir Richard Colt Hoare through Wales and England, 1793-1810, gol. M.W. Thompson (Gloucester, A. Sutton, 1983).
WG6.1.H


Hughes, Hugh, ‘Crwydriadau Arlunydd’, Cymru 8 (January, 1895), 220-224.


Jones, Theophilus (‘CYMOR’), ‘Cursory Remarks on Welsh Tours or Travels’, Cambrian Register 1796 (London, 1799), 421-54.


K. K., Wales and its people: a trip through the Principality, to learn something about the country and the natives (London, Simpkin Marshall; Wrexham, Hughes, [1869?]).
WG6.1.A


Knight, Charles, The land we live in: a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British Empire (London, Charles Knight, [1847-1850]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L


Leland, John, The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary, in nine volumes, ed. Thomas Hearne, 3ydd arg. (Oxford, Printed at the Theatre, 1770).


Leland, John, The itinerary of John Leland in or about the years 1535-1543, ed. Lucy Toulmin Smith (London, G. Bell, 1907-10).
WG4.2.L


Leland, John, The laboryouse Journey & serche of Johan Leylande, for Englandes Antiquitees, geuen of hym as a newe yeares gyfte to kynge henry the viij, in the xxxvij yeare of his Reygne, with declaracyons enlarged by Johan Bale (London, Printed by S. Mierdman for John Bale, [1549]).


Llwyd, Richard, A Trip to Wales, or the Steam Packet Companion from Liverpool to Beaumauris, Bangor, Caernarvon, & Conway... (Chester, Edward Parry, [c. 1837]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L


Lyttleton, George William, Account of a Journey into Wales in two letters to Mr. Bower ([s.l.], [s.n.], [n.d.])
SCOLAR WG30(1756)


Mavor, William Fordyce, A Tour in Wales, and through several counties of England including both the universities, performed in the summer of 1805 (London, R. Phillips, 1806).
SCOLAR WG6.1.M


Michell, J.H., The Tour of the Duke of Somerset, and the Rev. J.H. Michell, through parts of England, Wales, and Scotland, in the year 1795 (London, R. Clay, 1845).


Newell, Robert Hasell, Letters on the Scenery of Wales; including a series of Subjects for the Pencil, with their Stations determined on a General Principle; and Instructions to Pedestrian Tourists (London, Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1821).
SCOLAR WG30(1821), Google books


Parker, John, Revd John Parker’s tour of Wales and its churches (1798-1860), ed. Edgar Wyn Parry (Capel Garmon, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1998).
WG6.1.P


Parker, John, The Passengers: containing the Celtic Annals (London, B. M.Millan, 1831).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Pennant, Thomas, Tour in Wales (London, Henry Hughes, 1778).
WG6.1.P; SCOLAR WG30(1778)


Pitman, Liz (ed.), Pigsties and Paradise: Lady Diarists and the Tour of Wales, 1795-1860 (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2009).


Powel, David, The history of Wales, to which is added a Description of Wales, written originally in British by Caradoc of Llancarvan; Englished by Dr. Powell; and augmented by W. Wynne...; by Sir John Price. New edition, greatly improved and enlarged with pedigrees of families (London, Printed for T. Evans, 1774).
SCOLAR WG30(1774)


Price, Richard John Lloyd, Dogs ancient and modern and Walks in Wales (London, Eglington & Co., Ltd., 1893).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Pratt, Samuel Jackson, Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or, The rights of nature; a poem, 2nd edition, revised (London, Printed for T. N. Longman, 1796).
SCOLAR WG30(1796)

Romilly, Joseph, Romilly’s visits to Wales, 1827-1854: extracts from the diaries of the Rev Joseph Romilly, ed. M.G.R. Morris (Llandysul, Gomer, 1998).
WG6.1.R


Sinclair, Catherine, Hill and valley or, Wales and the Welsh, 2nd edition (Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1839).
SCOLAR WG6.1.S


Sinclair, Catherine, Sketches and stories of Wales and the Welsh, 3rd edition (London, Simpkin & Marshall, [1860]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.S


Skrine, Henry, Two successive tours throughout the whole of Wales, 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, (London, Elmsley and Bremner, 1798).
SCOLAR WG30(1798)


Sotheby, William, A Tour through parts of Wales, Sonnets, Odes, and other Poems, with Engravings from Drawings taken on the spot by J. Smith (London, Printed by J. Smeton in St. Martin’s Lane, 1794).
SCOLAR WG30(1794)


Speed, John, A Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World, viz. Asia, Europe, Affrica, America, with these Kingdomes therein contained…, together with all the Prouinces, Counties, and Shires, contained in that large theatre Great Brittaines Empire (London, Printed by M.F. for W. Humble, 1646).
SCOLAR WG30(1646)


Speed, John, England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland described and abridged, with ye historie relation of things worthy memory from a farr larger voulume ([London], and are to be sould by George Humble, 1627).
SCOLAR WG30(1627)


Speed, John, The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine: presenting an exact geography of the kingdomes of England, Scotland, Ireland, and the Iles adioyning, with the Shires, Hundreds, Cities and Shire-towns within the Kingdome of England, divided and described (London, Imprinted at London  [By William Hall], [1611, i.e. 1612]).


Speed, John, Wales: the second part of John Speed’s atlas ‘The theatre of Great Britain’, facsimile reprint of 1676 ed. (Wakefield, S.R. Publishers, 1970).
Atlas Folio WG6.S


Sulivan, Richard Joseph, Observations made during a Tour through parts of England, Scotland, and Wales, in 1778 in a series of letters, 2 gyfrol (London, Printed for T. Beckett, 1780).

Taylor, John, A short relation of a journey through Wales, made in the year 1652, ed. J.O. Halliwell (London, Printed by Thomas Richards..., 1859).
SCOLAR WG30(1859)


Torrington, John Byng, Rides round Britain, ed. Donald Adamson (London, Folio Society, 1996)


Torrington, John Byng, The Torrington diaries: containing the tours through England and Wales of the Hon. John Byng (later fifth viscount Torrington) between the years 1781 and 1794, 4 volumes, ed. Cyril Bruyn Andrews (London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1934-8).
WG6.1.B


Trevisa, John, ‘De Wallia’, in Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden monachi cestrensis, ed. Churchill Babington (London, Longman, 1865).
History Research Collection DA25.G41


Tugwell, George, On the mountain, being the Welsh experiences of Abraham Black & Jonas White, esquires, moralists (London, Bentley, 1862).
SCOLAR WG6.1.T


Turner, J.M.W., ‘Diary of a Tour in Wales’ (1792), in John Gage ed., Collected Correspondence of J.M.W. Turner (Oxford, 1980).


Vaughan, H. M., ‘A Synopsis of Two Tours made in Wales in 1775 and in 1811 by Sir Thomas Gery Cullum, Bart., and his son’, Y Cymmrodor 23 (1927).


Vernon, William, ‘A Journey to Wales’, in Poems on Several Occasions (London, Printed for the author…, 1758).


Warner, Reverend Richard, of Bath, A Walk through Wales in August 1797 (Bath, Printed by R. Cruttwell, and sold by C. Dilly ... London, 1798).
SCOLAR WG30(1798), Google books


Warner, Reverend Richard, of Bath, A second walk through Wales by the Revd. Richard Warner, of Bath in August and September 1798 (Bath, Printed by R. Cruttwell; and sold by C. Dilly, London, 1799).
SCOLAR WG30(1798), Google books


Wesley, John, John Wesley in Wales, 1739-1790: entries from his journal and diary relating to Wales, A.H. Williams, ed. (Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1971).
WG5.2.W


Wigstead, Henry, Remarks on a Tour to North and South Wales in the year 1797 (London, Printed...by W. Wigstead..., 1799).
SCOLAR WG30(1799)


Woodward, Bernard Bolingbroke, The history of Wales from the earliest times, to its final incorporation with the kingdom of England; with notices of its physical geography, and mineral wealth; and of the religion and literature, laws, customs, manners, and arts of the Welsh (London, Virtue, [1853]).
SCOLAR WG4.W


Wyndham, Henry Penruddocke, A Gentleman’s Tour through Monmouthshire and Wales in the months of June and July, 1774, a new edition, to which is added an account of a Journey into Wales by George Lord Lyttelton (London, T. Evans, 1775).
SCOLAR WG30(1775) Google books


Young, Arthur, A six weeks tour, through the southern counties of England and Wales, by the author of the farmer’s letters (London, printed for W. Nicoll, 1768).
SCOLAR Aneirin Lewis WG39.1.308

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1.a) North Wales


[Views in North Wales], ([London], [S.n.], [n.d.]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Aikin, Arthur, Journal of a tour through North Wales and part of Shropshire, with observations in mineralogy, and other branches of natural history (London, Printed for J. Johnson..., 1797).
SCOLAR WG30(1797); Glyn Ashton WG39.2.123


Ayrton, William, The adventures of a salmon in the river Dee, by a friend of the family [William Ayrton], together with notes for the fly-fisher in North Wales (London, W. Pickering, 1853).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Bagley, Arthur L., Holiday Rambles in North Wales (London, Skeffington & Son, [1920]).
WG6.1.B


Bennett, George John, The Pedestrian’s Guide through North Wales: a tour performed in 1837 (London, Henry Colburn, 1838).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B, Google books


Bigg, W., Ten days in North Wales (London, Bennett, 1862).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Bingley, William, A Tour round North Wales performed during the summer of 1798, containing not only the description and local history of the country, but also a sketch of the History of the Welsh Bards, an Essay on the Language, Observations on the Manners and Customs, and the Habitats of above 400 of the more rare native Plants, intended as a guide to future Tourists (London, Printed by J. Smeeton, St. Martin’s Lane, 1800).
SCOLAR WG30(1800)


Bingley, William, Excursions in North Wales including Aberystwith and the Devil’s Bridge, intended as a guide to tourists, 3rd ed. (London, Longman, Orme…, 1839).
SCOLAR WG30(1804)


Bingley, William, North Wales: delineated from two excursions through all the interesting parts of that highly beautiful and romantic country, and intended as a guide to future tourists, 2nd ed. (London, Longman, Hurst…, 1814).
SCOLAR WG30(1804)


Bingley, William, North Wales including its scenery, antiquities, customs, and some sketches of its natural history, delineated from two excursions through all the interesting parts of that country, during the summers of 1798 and 1801 (London, T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 1804).
SCOLAR WG30(1804)


Broster, John, The Pedestrian’s Tour through North Wales (London, J. Cawthorn, 1814).
SCOLAR WG30(1802)


Compton, Thomas, The Northern Cambrian Mountains, or a tour through North Wales, describing the scenery and general characters of that romantic country, and embellished with a series of highly-finished colour views, engraved from original drawings (London, C. Corrall, 1817).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.C


Costello, Louisa, The Falls, Lakes and Mountains of North Wales (London, Longman, Brown…, 1845).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Cradock, Joseph, An Account of some of the most Romantic Parts of North Wales (London, printed for T. Davies and T. Cadell, 1777).
SCOLAR WG30(1777)


Cradock, Joseph, Letters from Snowdon: Describing a Tour through the Northern Counties of Wales (London, Printed for J. Ridley, 1770).
SCOLAR WG30(1770)


Crouch, Nathaniel. The history of the principality of Wales, in three parts. Containing, I. A brief account of the ancient kings and princes of Britain and Wales, till the final extinguishing of the royal British line. II. Remarks upon the lives of all the princes of Wales, of the royal families of England, from King Edward I. to Charles II. III. Remarkable observations on the most memorable persons and places in Wales, and of many considerable transactions and passages that have happened therein for many hundred years past. Together with the natural and artificial rarities and wonders in the several counties of that principality (London, Printed for Nath. Crouch, 1695).
SCOLAR WG30(1695)


Davies, Richard, An account of the convincement, exercises, services and travels of that ancient servant of the Lord, Richard Davies, with some relation of ancient Friends, and of the spreading of truth in north Wales, 2nd edition (London, Luke Hinde, pr., 1765; 1752).
SCOLAR WG30(1765)


Evans, John, 1768-c. 1812, A tour through part of North Wales, in the year 1798, and at other times: principally undertaken with a view to botanical researches in the Alpine Country, interspersed with observations on its scenery, agriculture, manufactures, customs, history, and antiquities (London, Printed for J. White...by H. Baldwin and Son..., 1800).
SCOLAR WG30(1800)


Evans, John, 1768-c. 1812, Letters written during a Tour through parts of North Wales in the year 1798, and at other times; containing views of the History, Antiquities, and Customs of that part of the Principality; and interspersed with observations on its Scenery, Agriculture, Botany, Mineralogy, Trade and Manufactures  (London, Printed for J. White, Fleet Street, 1804).
SCOLAR WG6.1.E; Google books


Gilpin, William, Observations on Several Parts of the Counties of Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex. Also on Several Parts of North Wales, relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty, in two Tours, the former made in … 1769, the latter in … 1771 (London, Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1809).
SCOLAR WG30(1809)


Halliwell, James O., Notes of Family Excursions in North Wales (London, Printed for the author, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H, Google books


Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard, Notes of family excursions in North Wales, taken chiefly from Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, and Bangor (London, Printed for the author, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Harper, Charles George, The Holyhead road: the mail-coach road to Dublin, volume 2 of 2 (London, Chapman & Hall, 1902).
WG4.2.H


Hucks, Joseph, A Pedestrian Tour through North Wales in a series of letters (London, Printed for J. Debrett and J. Edwards, 1795; Cardiff, UWP, 1979).
SCOLAR WG30(1795) Google books


Hutton, William, Remarks upon North Wales, being the result of Sixteen Tours through that part of the Principality (1803).
SCOLAR WG30(1803), Google books


Jadis, Henry Fenton, Journal of a pedestrian tour in North Wales through the counties of Montgomery, Merioneth, Caernarvon, and part of Denbigh (London, W. Glindon, 1826).
SCOLAR WG6.1.J


Johnson, Samuel, Diary of a Journey into North Wales in 1774 (London, Printed for Robert Jennings...by James Moyes..., 1816). See also Adrian Bristow (ed.), Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Thrale’s tour in North Wales 1774 (Wrexham, Bridge Books, 1995).
SCOLAR WG30(1816)


Louis, M.L., Gleanings of a tour in North Wales, from the Great ‘Orms Head, through Abergele, St. Asaph, Holywell, and Chester, to the Isle of Man, with topographical remarks (Liverpool, W. Bethell, 1824).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L


Martin, Augustus Robert, A week’s wanderings amongst the most beautiful scenery of North Wales: cheap and interesting route (Bangor, printed at the North Wales Chronicle Office, 1852).
SCOLAR WG6.1.M


Parry, John, A trip to North Wales... (London, Whittaker, [1840?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Pearson, Augusta, A Spinster’s Tour through North Wales in search of the Picturesque & Sentimental (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 1988).
WG6.1.P


Philpott, Henry Charles, From Worcestershire to North Wales in a gig: a parson’s journal, 1835, eds Monica Heighes and John Heighes (Upton-upon-Severn, Images, 1994).
WG6.1.P


Pugh, Edward, of Ruthin, Cambria Depicta: A Tour through North Wales Illustrated with Picturesque Views (London, 1816).
SCOLAR Folio WG30(1816)


Roscoe, Thomas, Wanderings and Excursions in North Wales (London, C. Tilt, and Simkin and Co., 1836).
SCOLAR WG30(1836)


Simpson of Llangollen?, An excursion, on the outside of a stage coach, from Llangollen to the Menai Bridge, with cursory observations, by a traveller, 1830 (Manchester, J. Pigot and Son, [1830?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Turner, Thomas, Narrative of a journey, associated with a fly, from Gloucester to Aberystwith, and from Aberystwith through North Wales. July 31st to September 8th, 1837 (London, Printed for private distribution only, 1840).
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1.b) South Wales


Barber, J. T., A tour throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire, comprehending a general survey of the picturesque (London, Printed by J. Nichols and Son..., 1803.).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Black, William, Reflections on the relicks of ancient grandeur, and the pleasing retirements in South Wales (London, J. Haddon, 1825).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Donovan, Edward, Descriptive excursions through South Wales and Monmouthshire, in the year 1804, and the four preceding summers (London, Printed for the author, 1805).
SCOLAR WG6.1.D


Evans, John, 1768-c. 1812, Letters written during a Tour through South Wales in the year 1803, and at other times; containing views of the History, Antiquities, and Customs of that part of the Principality; and interspersed with observations on its Scenery, Agriculture, Botany, Mineralogy, Trade and Manufactures  (London, Printed for J. White, Fleet Street, 1804).
SCOLAR WG30(1804), Google books


Evans, John, 1767-1827, The juvenile tourist, or, excursions into the west of England, into the Midland counties, with part of South Wales, and into the whole county of Kent, concluding with an account of Maidstone and its vicinity, interspersed with historical anecdotes and poetical extracts, for the rising generation, 4th edition, corrected and enlarged (London, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1818)
SCOLAR WG20.E


Hall, Samuel Carter, The book of South Wales, the Wye, and the coast (London, Hall, Virtue, 1861).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Harper, Charles George, The Oxford, Gloucester and Milford Haven road: the ready way to South Wales (London, Chapman & Hall, 1905).
WG6.1.H


Hissey, James John, Across England in a dog-cart; from London to St. Davids and back (London, Richard Bentley & Son, 1891).


Malkin, Benjamin Heath, The Scenery, Antiquities and Biography of South Wales, from materials collected during two excursions in the year 1803 (London, T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 1804).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.M


Matthews, William, of Bath, The Miscellaneous Companions volume 1, being a Short Tour of Observation and Sentiment thro’ a part of South Wales (Bath, printed for the author by R. Cruttwell…, 1786).
SCOLAR WG30(1786)


Roscoe, Thomas, Wanderings and Excursions in South Wales (London, C. Tilt, and Simkin and Co., [1837]).
SCOLAR WG30(1837)


Sikes, Wirt, Rambles and studies in Old South Wales (London, Sampson, Low, Searle & Rivington, 1881).
SCOLAR WG6.1.S


Spence, Elizabeth Isabella, Summer excursions through parts of Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Herefordshire, Derbyshire, and South Wales (London, Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1809).
SCOLAR WG6.1.S

 

1.c) Marches


Harper, Charles George, The marches of Wales: notes and impressions on the Welsh borders, from the Severn Sea to the Sands o’ Dee (London, Chapman & Hall, 1894).
SCOLAR WG4.4.H

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2. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century guide books to Wales


A new and accurate description of the present great roads and the principal cross roads of England and Wales, commencing at London, and continued to the farthest parts of the kingdom ... (London, Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, 1756).


Hints to pedestrians or, how to enjoy a three weeks’ ramble through North and South Wales and along the banks of the Wye, by a Pedestrian (London, J. Onwhyn, 1837).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Industrial rivers of the United Kingdom: namely, The Thames, Mersey, Tyne, Tawe, Clyde, Wear, Taff ... [et al] (London, Unwin, 1891).
SCOLAR WG6.1.I


The Cambrian directory, or, Cursory sketches of the Welsh territories (Salisbury, Printed and sold by J. Easton, 1800).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


The Cambrian tourist, or, post-chaise companion through Wales..., 5th edition ([Salisbury], J. Easton, 1814).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C, Google books


The Cathedral churches of England and Wales: descriptive, historical, pictorial, 2nd edition (London, Cassell, 1885).
Architecture: Store 726.60942C


The Merchant and tradesman’s daily companion, and traveller’s and countryman’s true instructor ... (London, Printed for Edw. Midwinter ..., [1729]).


Adam and Charles Black (firm), Black’s picturesque guide through North and South Wales and Monmouthshire, with a copious itinerary, a full description of every remarkable place, and a comprehensive general index, embracing a list of hotels and inns, 3rd edition (Edinburgh, A. and C. Black, 1855).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Baker, James, A picturesque guide to the local beauties of Wales, interspersed with the most interesting subjects of antiquity in that Principality (London, printed by W. Justins..., 1791-1794.).
SCOLAR WG30(1791)


Baker, W.H., The panoramic guide to Welsh mountain scenery, showing the best route so as to comprehend the greatest number of views in the shortest space of time (Caernarvon, H. Humphreys, [1853]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Boorde, Andrew, The Fyrst Boke of the Introduction of Knowledge, the whych dothe teache a man to speake parte of all manre of languages, and to know the usage and fashion of all maner of countreys, and for to know the moste parte of all maner of coynew of money…


Brewer, James Norris, The picture of England, or, historical and descriptive delineations of the most curious works of nature and art in each county: calculated as an agreeable companion to the tourist, or a class book for the student (London, Printed for Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul’s Churchyard; Longman and Co. and Sherwood and Co. Paternoster-row; and G. Cowie and Co. in the Poultry, 1820).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Carlisle, Nicholas, A topographical dictionary of the dominion of Wales, exhibiting the names of the several cities, towns, parishes, townships, and hamlets ... Compiled from actual inquiry, and arranged in alphabetical order (London, Printed for the author, by W. Bulmer and co, 1811).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.C


Evans, Thomas, Cambrian itinerary, or Welsh tourist, containing an historical and topographical description of the antiquities and beauties of Wales... Likewise a colloquial vocabulary, in English and Welsh; and an appendix, containing the bardic or ancient Welsh alphabet, indispensably necessary for every tourist. The whole illustrated by a new and correct map of the principality, including the roads, rivers, and mountains (London, Printed by C. Whittingham and sold by T. Hurst [etc.], 1801).
SCOLAR WG6.1.E


Evans, Thomas, Walks through Wales, containing a topographical and statistical description of the Principality... (London, [Barnard and Farley], 1819).
SCOLAR WG6.1.E


Feltham, John, A guide to all the watering and sea-bathing places: description of the lakes, tour in Wales (London, printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, etc., [1815?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.F


Gray, Thomas, and Thomas Northmore, The Traveller’s Companion, in a tour through England and Wales, containing a catalogue of the Antiquities, Houses, Parks, Plantations, Scenes, and Situations in England and Wales… to which are now added considerable improvements and additions by Thomas Northmore, Esq. (London, 1800).
Hansard, George Agar, Trout and salmon fishing in Wales (London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, 1834).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Hemingway, Joseph, Panorama of the beauties, curiosities, and antiquities of North Wales: exhibited in its mountains, vallies, waterfalls, lakes, cities and towns, castles and ruins, etc. intended as a pocket companion to the tourist and traveller (London, R. Groombridge, 1834).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Mavor, William Fordyce, The British tourist’s, or, traveller’s pocket companion, through England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland: comprehending the most celebrated modern tours in the British islands (London, Printed for E. Newberry [by Lewis and Hamblin], 1798-1800).
SCOLAR WG30(1798); Google books


Nicholson, George, The Cambrian traveller’s guide, and pocket companion containing... information... relating to the principality of Wales, and parts of the adjoining counties... (Stourpoint, George Nicholson, 1808).
SCOLAR WG6.1.N


Ogilby, John, Britannia depicta, or, Ogilby improv’d, being a correct coppy of Mr. Ogilby’s actual survey of all ye direct & principal cross roads in England and Wales wherein are exactly delineated & engraven, all ye cities, towns, villages, churches, seats &c. scituate on or near the roads .... with suitable remarks on all places of note drawn from the best historians and antiquaries by Ino. Owen ...: lastly particular & collect maps of all ye counties of South Britain, with a summary description of each county… ([London], Printed & sold by Tho. Bowles, 1753).
SCOLAR WG30(1753)


Ogilby, John, and William Morgan, The Traveller’s Pocket-Book: or, Ogilby and Morgan’s Book of the Roads improved and amended in a method never before attempted (London, 1732).


Onwhyn, T., Onwhyn’s Welsh tourist, or new guide to North and South Wales and the Wye... (London, J. Onwhyn, 1840).
SCOLAR WG6.1.O


Paterson, Daniel,  A new and accurate description of all the direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales, 7th ed. (London, Printed for T. Carnan, 1786).
Pride, Thomas and Philip Luckombe, The Traveller’s Companion; or New Itinerary of England and Wales, with part of Scotland… being an Accurate and Comprehensive View of the Principal Roads in Great Britain taken from actual surveys (London, 1789).


Roberts, Askew, The gossiping guide to Wales: containing on and off the Cambrian. From Dee to sea by Great Western, Vale of Llangollen to Vale of Clwyd and other Welsh railway routes, fourth thousand ed. (Oswestry, Askew Roberts, Woodall and Venables, [1872]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.R


Sanders, Robert,  The complete English traveller; or, A new survey and description of England and Wales. Containing a full account of whatever is curious and entertaining in the several counties of England and Wales, the isles of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, and other islands adjoining to, and dependant on the crown of Great Britain  (London, printed for J. Cooke, 1773).


Willett, Mark, The stranger in Monmouthshire and South Wales... (Chepstow, T. Major, pr., [c.1825]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W

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2.a) North Wales

 

A steam boat companion from Liverpool to the great suspension bridge, describing all objects worthy of attraction along the Welsh coast ([Beaumaris], [Enoch Jones, pr.], 1844).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Health and holiday resorts of North Wales (Brmingham, J.L. Allday, [n.d., ca. 1890-1900]).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.H


The Cambrian tourist guide and companion, containing a concise account and description of North Wales, chiefly in the counties of Merioneth and Caernarvon , with their various curiosities, antiquities, mountains, lakes, water falls, towns, principal inns, roads, distances, romantic sceneries (Dolgelley, Printed and sold by R. Jones, [c.1825]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


The traveller’s companion in an excursion from Chester through North Wales (Chester, Printed for G. Batenham, by R. Evans, [1825?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Ambrose, J.W., The new tourist’s companion through North Wales... ([Liverpool], [W.S. Tyerman, pr.], 1847).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Baddeley, Mountford John Byrde, North Wales (part I), Chester, Rhyl, Llandudno, Bangor, Llanrwst, Bettws-y-coed, Carnarvon, Llanberis, Beddgelert, Ffestiniog, and Criccieth sections, Thorough guide series, 4th edition (London. Dulau & Co., 1892).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Baddeley, Mountford John Byrde, North Wales (part II), Llangollen, Bala, Dolgelley, Barmouth, Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, and Aberystwith sections, 3rd ed. (London, Dulau & Co., 1891).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Bennett, George John, The tourist’s guide through North Wales (London,  Whittaker, [1853]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Cathrall, William, A Guide through North Wales (London, Edward Stanford, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Cathrall, William, The History of North Wales, comprising a topographical description of the several counties of Anglesey, Caernarvon, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Montgomery (Manchester, Printed by J. Gleave and sons, 1828).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.C


Cathrall, William, The Illustrated Hand-book to North Wales (Chester, Cathrall and Pritchard, [18--?]).


Cathrall, William, Wanderings in North Wales: a rod and railway guide book (London, W.S. Orr, 1851).


Cliffe, Charles Frederick, The book of North Wales: scenery, antiquities, highways and byways... (London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1850).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Coghlan, Francis, Guide to North Wales, containing the mode of travelling, plans of various tours, sketches of the manners and customs... (London, Simpkin, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Cooke, George Alexander, Topographical and statistical description of North Wales... (London, Brimmer & Co., [1810 ?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Evans, John, 1768-c. 1812, A topographical and historical description of North Wales... (London, [s.n.], 1815).
SCOLAR WG6.21.E


Hemingway, Joseph, Excursions in North Wales: a complete guide to the tourist through that romantic country, ed. John Hicklin (London, Whittaker, 1848).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Hemingway, Joseph, The illustrated hand-book of North Wales: a guide for the tourist, the antiquarian, and the angler, ed. John Hicklin (London, Whittaker, 1856).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Jenkinson, Henry Irwin, Jenkinson’s smaller practical guide to North Wales, 2nd ed. (London, E. Stanford, 1884).
SCOLAR WG6.1.J


Kilner, E. A., Four Welsh counties: Brecknock, Caernarvon, Merioneth, and Pembroke, a holiday book (London, Sampson Low, Marston, 1891).
SCOLAR WG6.1.K


Kitchin, Thomas, The Traveller’s Guide through England and Wales… to which is prefixed the Largest, most Accurate, and Compleat Map of the Roads through England and Wales, ever prepared for any work of this kind (London, Charles Dilly, 1783).


Leigh, Samuel, Leigh’s guide to Wales & Monmouthshire, containing observations on the mode of travelling, plans of various tours, sketches of the manners and customs, notices of historical events, a description of every remarkable place, and a minute account of the Wye, illustrated with a map of Wales, and views of the Menai and Conway bridges (London, Printed for Samuel Leigh, 1831).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L; Google books


John Murray (Firm), Handbook for travellers in North Wales (London, J. Murray, 1861).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Jones, Richard, An accurate account and description of Dolgelley and Carnarvon, the lofty mountains of Cader Idris and Snowdon, and other romantic sceneries in the counties of Merioneth and Caernarvon, with the principal inns, roads, &c. also an itinerary of roads, &c. (Dolgelley, Gomerian Press, printed and sold by R. Jones, [ca. 1820?]).
SCOLAR WG6.23.D


Jones, Richard, The Cambrian mirror, being an accurate account and description of Dolgelley and Carnarvon, the mountains of Cader Idris and Snowdon; the wonderful waterfalls, and other romantic sceneries, in the counties of Merioneth and Carnarvon, and other parts of North Wales, with the principal inns, roads, &c. also an itinerary of roads, &c. &c., New ed. (Dolgellay, Gomerian Press, printed by R. Jones, [182-?]).
SCOLAR WG6.23.D


Mavor, William Fordyce, The Traveller’s Companion, from Holyhead to London (London, 1793).


Mottershead, Jasper, The traveller’s guide, or topographical remembrancer, describing the route from London to Holyhead... (Shrewsbury, C. Hulbert, [c.1822]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.M


Parry, Edward, of Chester, The  Cambrian mirror: or North Wales tourist... (Chester, Edward Parry, 1843).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Pinnock, William, The history and topography of North Wales: with biographical sketches, &c. &c. &c. and a correct map (London, Cox and Bayliss, 1822).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P

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2.b) South Wales

 

A pocket guide through Monmouthshire...also, directions for travellers making the tour of South Wales..., 2nd edition (Usk, James Henry Clark, 1839).
SCOLAR WG6.29.M


Guide to Monmouthshire and South Wales. No.1, Trip from Gloucester to Milford including a description of the castles, abbeys ... within an easy distance of the South Wales Railway (Usk, J.H. Clark , [ca. 1870]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.G


Hunt & Co.’s directory & topography for the cities of Gloucester & Bristol, and the towns of Carmarthen, Kidwelly, Laugharne, Llanelly, and St.Clears... (London, Hunt, 1849).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Clark, James Henry, Hand book to Monmouthshire & South Wales, or, A descriptive and historical tour from Gloucester to Milford ... (London, Houlston and Wright, [1861]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Clark, James Henry, The South Wales itinerary: being a guide for the tourist... compiled from the best and latest authorities by J. Clark (Chepstow, Printed and published by Clark and Son, [1853?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.S


Cliffe, Charles Frederick, The book of South Wales, the Bristol Channel, Monmouthshire, and the Wye, a companion and guide... (London, Hamilton, 1847).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Evans, John, 1768-c.1812, Companion for the steam-packet, in excursions to Chepstow, Newport, Swansea, Ilfracombe, Tenby, and their vicinities (Bristol, [Philip Rose], 1824).
SCOLAR WG6.1.E


John Murray (Firm), A handbook for travellers in South Wales and its borders, including the River Wye, with a travelling map (London, John Murray, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Manning, J.C. (Carl Morganwg), The way about South Wales including the seven counties...with the lower Wye districts (London, Iliffe and Son, [n.d.]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.M


Parry, Edward, of Chester, Parry’s railway companion from Chester to Holyhead, containing a narrative of the early and parliamentary history of the project, with a descriptive and historical account of the adjacent towns, villages, castles, mansions and all other objects of interest that present themselves (London, A. Hall, 1848).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Parry, Edward, of Chester, Steam-packet companion from Liverpool to Beaumaris, Bangor, and Menai Bridge... (Chester, Ed. Parry, 1843).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Pinnock, William, The history and topography of South Wales, with biographical sketches...and a correct map (London, Printed for G. and W. Whittaker, 1823).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Rees, Thomas, A topographical and historical description of South Wales... (London, [s.n.], 1815)
SCOLAR WG6.1.R and SCOLAR WG6.24.R


Ward, Charles Slegg and Mountford John Byrde Baddeley, South Wales and the Wye district of Monmouthshire (London, Dulau & Co., 1886).
SCOLAR WG6.1.W

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2.c) Marches

 

The traveller’s companion or stranger’s guide, from Hereford to Aberystwyth: with a colored plan (Kington, J. Wilson, pr., [c.1831]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Hassell, John, Hassell’s castles and abbeys of the Border Counties and Cambria, engraved in aquatinta (London, [S.n.], 1807).
SCOLAR WG6.1.H


Parry, Edward, of Chester, The railway companion from Chester to Shrewsbury, containing a descriptive and historical account of the ... stations, the gigantic viaducts ... the ancient border towns of Wrexham, Oswestry, and Shrewsbury (Chester, T. Catherall, [1849]).
SCOLAR WG36.2.1401

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2.d) Series

 

‘Humphreys’ series

 

Pughe, David William, An historical sketch of Harlech Castle, and its environs (Carnarvon, H. Humphreys, 1846).
SCOLAR WG6.23.P

 

‘Beauties of England and Wales’ series

 

Evans, John, A topographical and historical description of the county of Monmouth..., accompanied with biographical notices of eminent and learned men to whom this county has given birth (London, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones and G. Cowie, [1809]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.E


Rees, Thomas, A topographical and historical description of South Wales... (London, [s.n.], 1815)
SCOLAR WG6.1.R and SCOLAR WG6.24.R

 

‘Cambrian Balnea’ series

 

Prichard, Thomas Jeffreu Llewelyn, The Llandrindod guide, including the wells of Llandegley and Blaenedwy (Newport, E. Nicholas, pr., [1825]).
SCOLAR WG6.24.P

 

‘Pinnock’s County Histories’

 

Pinnock, William, The history and topography of North Wales: with biographical sketches, &c. &c. &c. and a correct map (London, Cox and Bayliss, 1822).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P
Pinnock, William, The history and topography of South Wales, with biographical sketches...and a correct map (London, Printed for G. and W. Whittaker, 1823).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P

 

‘Thorough Guide’ series

 

Baddeley, Mountford John Byrde, North Wales (part I), Chester, Rhyl, Llandudno, Bangor, Llanrwst, Bettws-y-coed, Carnarvon, Llanberis, Beddgelert, Ffestiniog, and Criccieth sections, 4th edition (London. Dulau & Co., 1892).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B
Baddeley, Mountford John Byrde, North Wales (part II), Llangollen, Bala, Dolgelley, Barmouth, Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, and Aberystwith sections, 3rd ed. (London, Dulau & Co., 1891).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B
Baddeley Mountford John Byrde and Charles Slegg Ward, South Wales and the Wye district of Monmouthshire (London, Dulau & Co., 1886).
SCOLAR WG6.1.W

 

‘Waugh’s popular handbooks’

 

Guide to Raglan Castle: including many interesting particulars connected with its history (Monmouth, R. Waugh, [188-?]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.G

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3. Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century guide books and descriptions of journeys to specific places

 

3.a) Anglesey

 

A Brief Relation of the Isle of Anglesea (1654) ([S.l.], J.E. Adlard, 1860).


Jackson, Thomas, Reminiscences of five days’ rambles in the Isle of Holyhead... (Holyhead, The Booksellers, [1856]).
SCOLAR WG6.2.J


Jackson, Thomas, The visitor’s hand-book for Holyhead: comprising a history of the town, the antiquities and sublime scenery of the mountain... (London, Smith and Sons, 1853).
SCOLAR WG6.2.J


Skinner, John, ‘Ten Days’ Tour through the Isle of Anglesey December 1802’ in Archaeologia Cambrensis (July, 1908).

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 3.b) Brecknockshire: Brecon, Builth Wells

 

Baldwin, F., Brecon and its scenery: the tourists’ handbook to the best walks round Brecon with complete directions and two maps and panoramic view, specially prepared for this guide; to which are now added articles on the flora and geology of the district, 2nd ed. (Brecon, printed and published by Edwin Davies, [1894]).
SCOLAR WG6.24.B


Davies, David Peter, Builth Wells and its vicinity (Builth Wells, C. Sirett, 1867).
SCOLAR WG6.24.D


Pryse, John, Pryse’s handbook to the Breconshire and Radnorshire mineral springs, with various descriptive journeys and excursions therefrom to numerous places of interest in central Wales (Llanidloes, Pryse, [1860?]).
SCOLAR WG6.24.P


Williams, James, Brecon and its neighbourhood, containing descriptions of the town, the “roads, rivers, & rails,”... (Brecon, Brecon County Times, [1867]).
SCOLAR WG6.24.W

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 3.c) Cardiganshire: Aberystwyth, Dyvi Valley, Hafod

 

The traveller’s companion or stranger’s guide, from Hereford to Aberystwyth: with a colored plan (Kington, J. Wilson, pr., [c.1831]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Cumberland, George, An attempt to describe Hafod and the neighbouring scenes about the bridge over the Funack, commonly called the Devil’s Bridge, in the county of Cardigan, an ancient seat belonging to Thomas Johnes, Esq. Member for the County of Radnor (London, Printed by W. Wilson...and sold by T. Egerton..., 1796).
SCOLAR WG30(1796)


J. L., Guide to New Quay, Cardiganshire, being a short description of New Quay as a watering place and other villages in the neighbourhood (Lampeter, The Welsh Press Ltd., 1895).
SCOLAR WG6.25.L


Morgan, Thomas Owen, New guide to Aberdovey and its neighbourhood, with some account of Towyn, Machynlleth, and the vales of Dovey and Dysynwy (Aberystwyth, J. Cox, 1854).
SCOLAR WG6.23.M


Morgan, Thomas Owen, New guide to Aberystwith and its environs, comprising notices, historical and descriptive... (Aberystwyth, J. Cox, 1848).
SCOLAR WG6.25.M


Prichard, Thomas Jeffery Llewelyn, Aberystwyth in miniature, in various poems (Carmarthen, Jonathan Harris, pr., 1824).
SCOLAR WG6.25.P


Prichard, Thomas Jeffery Llewelyn, The New Aberystwyth guide to the waters, bathing houses, public walks, and amusements, including historical notices and general information, connected with the town, castle ruins, rivers, Havod, the Devil’s Bridge (Aberystwyth, Lewis Jones pr., 1824).
SCOLAR WG6.25.P


Smith, John Edward, A tour to Hafod, in Cardiganshire, the seat of Thomas Johnes... (London, T. Bensley, 1810).
SCOLAR Atlas Folio WG6.25.S


Stephenson, J., The Aberystwyth guide, containing a concise description of the town, harbour... (Aberystwyth, Samuel Williams, pr., 1816).
WG6.25.A


Turner, Thomas, Narrative of a journey, associated with a fly, from Gloucester to Aberystwith, and from Aberystwith through North Wales. July 31st to September 8th, 1837 (London, Printed for private distribution only, 1840).
SCOLAR WG6.1.T

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 3.d) Caernarvonshire: Bangor

 

A descriptive sketch of Bangor, the suspension bridge over the Menai, Beaumaris, Holyhead, Carnarvon, Snowdon, and Conway, 2nd ed. (Derby, Mozley & Son, [1831]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


A hand book to the most romantic spots in the neighbourhood of Bangor... ([Beaumaris], [Enoch Jones, pr.], 1844).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


The stranger’s best guide to Bangor, Penrhyn Castle and the slate quarries, and through the most picturesque scenery of Carnarfonshire... (Bangor, T. Catherall, [1856]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


The visitor’s guide to Bangor, Bethesda, the Penrhyn slate quarries, and the surrounding mountain sceneries comprising a descriptive account of the principal objects of interest to the tourist in these picturesque localities (Bethesda, R. Jones, 1853).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Cumming, T.G., Description of the iron bridges of suspension now erecting over the strait of Menai, at Bangor, and over the river Conway, in North Wales with two views: also some account of the different bridges of suspension in England and Scotland; particularly of Captain S. Brown’s iron bar bridge over the river Tweed. With remarks on the proposed suspension bridge over the river Mercy, at Runcorn Gap; and some calculations of the strength of malleable iron, founded on experiments; by T. G. Cumming, surveyor (London, Printed for J. Taylor, 1824).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Smith, John, A guide to Bangor, Beaumaris, and Snowdonia, with a map (Liverpool, E. & J. Smith, pr., 1829).
SCOLAR WG6.21.S

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 3.e) Caernarvonshire: Caernarfon, Llanrug, Penmaenmawr

 

The stranger’s guide through the most picturesque scenery of Caernarvonshire, and part of Anglesey including a full and detailed account of the two tubular bridges, the Conway and Britannia, with directions how to proceed, at the least possible expenses and loss of time (Bangor, W. Shone, 1851).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Bransby, James Hews, A description of Carnarvon and the neighbouring district (Carnarvon, James Rees, 1845).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Gastineau, Henry, Sixteen views in Carnarvonshire with descriptions (London, [published for the compiler], 1850).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.21.C


Hall, Edmund Hyde, A description of Caernarvonshire (1809-1811) by Edmund Hyde Hall, ed. Emyr Gwynne Jones (Caernarvon, Evans, 1952).
WG6.21.H


Louis, M.L., A sketch of some parts of the County of Carnarvon (Llanrwst, J. Jones, pr., 1829).
SCOLAR WG6.21.L


Richards, Richard, Miscellaneous poems and pen-and-ink sketches chiefly of Welsh scenery and noted places in Carnarvonshire: also selections from the letters of ‘Welsh girl,’ and ‘Old mountaineer’ (Bangor, J.K. Douglas, 1868).
SCOLAR WG6.1.R


Roberts, Thomas, A short account of Caernarvon, and Bedd-Kill-Hart; or, Beddgelart, &c. (Caernarvon, T. Roberts, pr., 1806).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Williams, Arthur Wynn, King Arthur’s Well, Llandeiniolen, near Caernarvon: a chalybeate spring equal to any of the German spas, with directions for its use; also, A description of British and Druidical remains, and other objects of interest, in the neighbourhood (Caernarvon, H. Humphreys, pr, 1858).
SCOLAR WG6.21.W


Williams, Hugh, The parish of Llanrug, Carnarvonshire, with an account of the restoration of the parish church
Folio WG6.21.W


Williams, Peter Bayley, A Tourist’s Guide through the County of Caernarvon (Caernarvon, J. Hulme, 1821).
SCOLAR WG6.21.W


Wynn, John, Sir, of Gwydr, An ancient survey of Pen Maen Mawr, North Wales, from the original manuscript of the time of Charles I, ed. J.O. Halliwell (London, J.E. Adlard, pr., 1859).
SCOLAR WG4.31.W

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 3.f) Caernarvonshire: Conwy

 

A description of the Conway tubular bridge, and castle (Chester, Thomas Catherall, 1848).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


A trip to Conway, and five days in Wales... (London, Whittaker, Treacher, 1837).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Bridge, William, Conway and its “Lions”: containing a particular account ... of the tubular bridge; to which is added, a description of the ... town... (London, Newman, pr., 1848).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Bayne, James, The tourist’s guide to the antiquities of Conway Castle town and neighbourhood, with descriptive notices of the tubular suspension bridges, &c (Conway, W. Bridges, [1852]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Davidson, James Bridge, The Conway in the stereoscope with notes, descriptive and historical… illustrated by Roger Fenton (London, Lovell Reeve, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.21.D


Roberts, Owen Owen, The Vale of Conway Spa, or, Observations upon the medicinal properties of the Trefriw Waters (Carnarvon, James Rees, pr, 1853).
SCOLAR WG6.21.R

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 3.g) Caernarvonshire: Llandudno

 

The stranger’s best guide to Llandudno and the Great Orme’s Head... (Bangor, T. Catherall, [1856?]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.L


The tourist’s guide to the romantic beauties, bays, and other objects of interest at the rising and fashionable watering places of Llandudno and Great Orme’s Head... (Liverpool, Smith, Rogerson, pr., 1849).
SCOLAR WG6.21.L


Views of Llandudno and its neighbourhood (Chester, Catherall & Prichard, [n.d.]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.L


Bridge, William, The tourist’s guide to Llandudno (Great Orme’s Head) and its picturesque neighbourhood, (Conway, William Bridge, [ca. 1850])
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Hicklin, John, Llandudno and its vicinity (London, Hamilton, Adams & Co., [1856]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.H


Hicklin, John, The hand-book to Llandudno and its vicinity (London, Whittaker & Co., [1858]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.H


Jackson, Thomas, Reminiscences of a visit to Llandudno in winter... (Llandudno, [s.n.], [1861]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.J


Jones, Ivor Wynne, Llandudno, queen of the Welsh resorts (Cardiff, John Jones Cardiff, 1975).
WG4.31.J


Parry, Richard (Gwalchmai), Llandudno: its history and natural history, comprising a brief sketch of the antiquities, natural productions, and romantic scenery of the town and neighbourhood (Llandudno, Thomas Williams, 1861).
SCOLAR WG6.21.P


Parry, Richard (Gwalchmai), The Llandudno visitor’s hand-book, with historical notices of the neighbourhood including the ancient town of Conway (Llandudno, Thomas Williams, 1855).
SCOLAR WG6.21.P


Price, John, Llandudno and how to enjoy it (Llandudno, Simpkin, Marshall, & Co, 1875.).


Walmsley, Hugh Mulleneux, Llandudno as it is, 2nd ed. (London, Hall, [c1867]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.W


Williams, Thomas, of Llandudno, Williams’s complete guide to Llandudno: the tenth thousand of Llandudno, its history and natural history... (Llandudno, Thomas Williams, [1864]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.W

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 3.h) Caernarvonshire: Menai Strait and Bridges

 

A trip to the suspension bridge over the Menai Straits, to Carnarvon, the Lakes of Llanberis, Snowdon, Beddgelert, Capel Cerig, Llannwryst, Conway, and Beaumaris (Stockport, J. Lomax, pr., 1827).
SCOLAR WG6.21.M


The Brittannia viaduct: a new wonder of the world... (Carnarvon, L.E. Jones, pr., [1849]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.M


The tourists’ guide, to the shores of the Menai Straits, containing a description of Bangor, Beaumaris, Carnarvon, Conway, &c.... (Bangor, J. Brown, pr., 1832).
SCOLAR WG6.21.M


Clark, Edwin, General description of the Britannia and Conway tubular bridges on the Chester & Holyhead Railway (London, Chapman & Hall, 1849).
SCOLAR WG6.21.R


Jackson, Thomas, The tourist’s guide to Britannia Bridge, containing a descriptive account of the towers, tubes, and stages ... also, a particular account of the Conway Tubular Bridge, the Grand Menai Suspension Bridge, and other interesting information, 2nd ed. (London, Smith, 1849).
SCOLAR WG6.21.J


Jackson, Thomas, The visitor’s guide to the Suspension Bridge over the Menai Straits... (London, Partridge, Oakley and Co., [1853]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.J


Llwyd, Richard, Beaumaris Bay, the shores of the Menai, and the interior of Snowdonia, new ed. (Chester, J. Parry for the author; London, H. Hughes, 1832).
SCOLAR WG6.21.L

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 3.i) Caernarvonshire: Snowdon

 

A Panoramic sketch and a short description of the Eryri Hills, or, Caernarvonshire Mountains, as seen from Anglesey, with names of the principal objects, 2nd ed. rev. (Chester, Thomas, 1851).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Humphreys’s guide to the summit of Snowdon: embellished with a fine steel engraving (Carnarvon, H. Humphreys, [1850?]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.S


Official guide to Snowdon by the Snowdon Mountain Tramroad (Llanberis, Snowdon Mountain Tramroad & Hotels Co. Ltd., [190-?]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.S


Bransby, James Hews, A description of Llanberis and the Snowdon district (Carnarvon, Printed by J. Rees, 1845).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Bransby, James Hews, A descriptive and historical sketch of Beddgelert and its neighbourhood (London, T.M. Cradock, 1840).
SCOLAR WG6.21.B


Heywood, John, John Heywood’s illustrated guide to Snowdon, Llanberis, and Beddgelert (Manchester, John Heywood, [between 1893 and 1919]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.H


Jones, Harry Longueville, Illustrations of the natural scenery of the Snowdonian Mountains, accompanied by a description, topographical and historical, of the county of Caernarvon (London, Tilt, 1829).
SCOLAR Atlas Folio WG6.21.J


Peacock, William F., The Welsh Mountains, on and over them, being personal ascents of Snowdon, Cader Idris, and Pymlimon (London, Simpkin and Co., 1855).


Pennant, Thomas, The Journey to Snowdon (London, Henry Hughes, 1781).
SCOLAR WG30(1781)


Roberts, Thomas, A short account of Bedd-Kill-Hart; or Bethgelart, and its neighbourhood (Caernarvon, T. Roberts, pr., 1801).
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Williams, William, of Llandegai, Observations on the Snowdon mountains; with some account of the customs and manners of the inhabitants. To which is added a genealogical account of the the Penrhyn families ([London], Sold by E. Williams, 1802).
SCOLAR WG6.21.W

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 3.j) Carmarthenshire: Abergwili, Carmarthen, Llandeilo

 

Beale, Anne, The vale of the Towey, or, sketches in South Wales (London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1844).
SCOLAR WG6.26.B, Aneirin Lewis WG39.1.110


Davies, William, Llandeilo-Vawr and its neighbourhood: past and present... (Llandeilo, D.W. & G. Jones, 1858).
SCOLAR WG6.26.D


Price, Lewis, Guide to Llandilo and its neighbourhood: the town, castles, churches, mansions, lakes and rivers... (Llandilo, J. Lockyear, pr., 1883).
SCOLAR WG6.26.P


Samuel, W., Llandilo, present and past: an illustrated guide to the ancient castles and other antiquities (Carmarthen, Morgan and Davies, 1868).
SCOLAR WG4.36.S


Spurrell, William, Carmarthen and its neighbourhood: notes topographical and historical (Carmarthen, William Spurrell, 1860).
SCOLAR WG6.26.S


Williams, William, The Head of the Rock: a Welsh Landskip, being a prospect near Abergwilly Palace, the residence of the Bishop of St. David’s (London, Printed for N. Conant…, 1775).
SCOLAR WG30(1775)

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 3.k) Denbighshire: Abergele, Llangollen, Llanrwst, Ruthin, Rhyl, St. Asaph, Vale of Clwyd, Valle Crucis, Wrexham

 

An account of the Parish Church of Gresford, Denbighshire (Gresford, [s.n.], 1843).
SCOLAR WG6.22.G; WG37(1843)


Guide-book to Abergele and its neighbourhood: its beautiful walks and drives &c., &c., with numerous interesting excursions (Abergele, printed by Robert Jones, 1859).
SCOLAR WG6.22.G


Lewis’s visitor’s guide to Rhyl and its vicinity: comprising a descriptive account of the principal objects of interest to the tourist in the picturesque locality; with a list of lodging-houses in Rhyl (Rhyl, D. Lloyd Lewis, 1852).
SCOLAR WG6.22.R


Llangollen and its vicinity: historical, descriptive and traditional (Llangollen, D. Roberts, 1855).
SCOLAR WG6.22.L


The Rhyl Cicerone, or the visitor’s hand-book to Rhyl and the most attractive places on the North Wales coast (Rhyl, Rhyl Record Office, 1862).
SCOLAR WG6.22.R


The visitor’s hand-book to the Vale of Llangollen, containing notices of all of the objects of interest in the valley, 2nd ed. (Llangollen, Charles Monk, 1856).
SCOLAR WG6.22.L


Davis, William, A guide to Rhyl and the surrounding country: what to do and where to go with, excursions suitable for the pedestrian, equestrian, or locomotive tourist (Chester, T. Catherall, [1852]).
SCOLAR WG6.22.D


Davis, William, Hand-book for the Vale of Clwyd: containing a topographical and historical description of the towns of Rhyl, Abergele, Saint Asaph, Denbigh, and Ruthin; with all the adjacent villages ... in that beautiful and far-famed vale (Ruthin, Isaac Clarke, 1856).
SCOLAR WG6.22.D


Hicklin, John, The ‘ladies of Llangollen’, as sketched by many hands, with notices of other objects of interest in ‘that sweetest of vale’ (Chester, Thomas Catherall, 1847).
SCOLAR WG6.22.H; Folio WG6.22.H


Jones, John, Wrexham and its neighbourhood: being a history of the town, and guide to the principal objects of interest within a circuit of 8 or 10 miles, to which is added, a Trade directory of Wrexham and the surrounding works (Wrexham, Railton Potter, 1859).
SCOLAR WG6.22.J


Simpson, W. T., History of Llangollen, with a description of its vicinity including a circuit of about eight miles, 3rd ed. (Llangollen, David Roberts, 1852).
SCOLAR WG6.22.S


Simpson, W.T., Some account of Llangollen and its vicinity including a circuit of about seven miles... (Birmingham], [T. and W. Wood, pr.], 1827).
SCOLAR WG6.22.S

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 3.l) Flintshire: Holywell, Mold

 

St. Winefride, or, Holywell and its pilgrims: a sketch (London, Burns and Lambert, [c1860]).
SCOLAR WG6.22.H


Tweddell, Horatio J., Handy guide to Mold and the neighbourhood, with its legends and traditions (Mold, Walter Noel Bellamy, [n.d., 189-?]).
WG6.22.T Missing

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 3.m) Glamorgan: Cardiff, Gower, Merthyr Tydfil, Mumbles, Neath, Pontypridd, Swansea, Vaynor

 

Butcher & Co.’s directory of Cardiff, Newport, Pontypool, Pontypridd, Llandaff, etc. for 1875-76 (London, Butcher & Co., 1875).
SCOLAR WG30(1875), WG6.28.B


A description of Swansea, and its environs, comprehending every thing worthy of notice, for the information of the stranger (Swansea, David Jenkin, pr., 1813).
SCOLAR WG6.28.S


Guide to the Mumbles and ancient bays; containing a graphic and descriptive account of the many beauties of the locality, 2nd ed. (Swansea, Pearse and Brown, 1862).
SCOLAR WG6.28.G


The hand-book of the Vale of Neath, its railway and waterfalls: being a guide to the picturesque beauties of the district (Neath, T. Thomas, 1852).
SCOLAR WG6.28.N


The New Swansea guide, containing a particular description of the town & its vicinity..., new ed. (Swansea, H. Griffith, pr., 1823).
SCOLAR WG6.28.S


Tourist’s companion in Swansea, the Mumbles and Gower: a guide for strangers (Swansea, Cambrian, 1871).
SCOLAR WG6.28.T


Bath, T. E., The Excelsior guide to Swansea & the Mumbles, with a carefully and accurately compiled map of the town of Swansea ... (Swansea, Printed at “The Cambrian” Office, 1880).
SCOLAR WG6.28.B


Clarke, T. E., A guide to Merthyr-Tydfil, and the traveller’s companion, in visiting the iron works, and the various interesting localities of the surrounding neighbourhood... (Cardiff, Cardiff Academic Press, 1996; Originally published: Merthyr Tydfil: J.P. Lewis, 1848; Facsimile reprint of 1894 edition).
WG6.28.C, SCOLAR WG6.28.C


‘G.P.B.’, A week’s walk in Gower (Tenby, R. Mason, [c1859]).
SCOLAR WG6.28.B


Lewis, John, The Swansea guide: compiled from the most authentic sources, forming an instructive companion to strangers visiting Swansea, The Mumbles... (Swansea, William Mathias, 1851).
SCOLAR WG6.28.L


Morgan, C.D., Wanderings in Gower: a perfect guide to the tourist, archaeologist, or lover of nature, with glossary of the dialect, and all the legends of the peninsula, stories, and superstitions (Swansea, printed by E. Griffiths, 1862).
SCOLAR WG6.28.M


Morgan, William, The Vaynor handbook, containing photographic views of Vaynor, Cefn-Coed, Pontsarn, and Morlais Castle, with the history and folk-lore of the parish (Merthyr, The Times Printing Company, [1893]).
SCOLAR WG6.28.M


Rees, T., Glamorganshire (1815).
WG6.28.R Missing - 17/11/06


Smith, T.M., Memoir of Pont-y-Tu-Prydd over the river Tâfe in the County of Glamorgan ([London], [R. Mackenzie, pr], [1846]).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.28.S


Woods, James Chapman (ed.), A complete and reliable guide to Swansea and the Mumbles, Gower, and other places of interest within easy access of Swansea (London, Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1883).
SCOLAR WG6.28.W

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 3.n) Merionethshire: Ardudwy, Bala, Harlech

 

Pughe, David William, An historical sketch of Harlech Castle, and its environs (Carnarvon, H. Humphreys, 1846). Humphreys’ series
SCOLAR WG6.23.P


Pughe, W. Owen (William Owen), The Vale of Ardudwy (London, [s.n.], 1833). Reprinted from the Cambrian Quarterly magazine.
SCOLAR WG6.23.P

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 3.o) Monmouthshire: Caldicot, Chepstow, Crumlin, Llanthony, Rhaglan, Tintern


Companion by the way-side to Tintern Abbey, and the castles of Chepstow, Monmouth, and Rhaglan, by an American Traveller (Chepstow, R. Taylor, pr., 1841).
SCOLAR WG6.29.T


A companion to Ragland Castle, or, a familiar description of that beautiful and interesting ruin; with biographical notices... (Monmouth, C. Hough, 1833).
SCOLAR WG6.29.R


Guide to Monmouthshire and South Wales. No.1, Trip from Gloucester to Milford including a description of the castles, abbeys ... within an easy distance of the South Wales Railway (Usk, J.H. Clark , [ca. 1870]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.G


Guide to Raglan Castle: including many interesting particulars connected with its history (Monmouth, R. Waugh, [188-?]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.G


A guide to the stranger visiting the town of Chepstow, ...the celebrated ruin of Tintern Abbey... (Chepstow, J. Clark, pr., 1825).
SCOLAR WG6.29.C


A pocket guide through Monmouthshire...also, directions for travellers making the tour of South Wales..., 2nd edition (Usk, James Henry Clark, 1839).
SCOLAR WG6.29.M


The stranger’s illustrated guide to Chepstow and its neighbourhood; with copious notices of Tintern Abbey, Wyndcliff... (London, J. Newman, 1843).
SCOLAR WG36.3.2502


Adam and Charles Black (Firm), Black’s guide to the counties of Hereford & Monmouth, described in alphabetical order, 8th ed. (Edinburgh, Adam & Charles Black, 1886).
SCOLAR WG6.29.B


Blashill, Thomas, Guide to Tintern Abbey, new ed. (Monmouth, Waugh, 1906).
SCOLAR WG6.29.B


Clark, James Henry, Description of the magnificent ruins of Raglan Castle (Usk, J.H. Clark, [1885?]). Clark’s guide books
SCOLAR WG6.29.C


Clark, James Henry, Hand book to Monmouthshire & South Wales, or, A descriptive and historical tour from Gloucester to Milford ... (London, Houlston and Wright, [1861]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Clarke, John Randall, A popular account of the interesting priory of Llanthony, near Gloucester, with notices of its original foundation in Wales, and subsequent removal to England, also additional notices of contemporaneous buildings in Gloucester, and introductory remarks on the monastic system (Gloucester, J.W. Needham [etc.], 1853).
Architecture: Rare books 726.70942C; SCOLAR WG6.29.C


Coxe, William, An Historical Tour in Monmouthshire (London, Printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, 1801; Cardiff, Merton Priory Press, 1995).
SCOLAR Folio WG4.39.C, Folio WG4.39.C


Evans, John, A topographical and historical description of the county of Monmouth..., accompanied with biographical notices of eminent and learned men to whom this county has given birth (London, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones and G. Cowie, [1809]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.E


Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley, Raglan tour: a picturesque and topographical account of Raglan Castle, with cursory sketches of Abergavenny and Crickhowell (Monmouth, T. Farror, pr., 1831).
SCOLAR WG6.29.F


Hall, Samuel Carter, and Anna Maria Fielding Hall, A day at Raglan Castle, in Monmouthshire... (London, Virtue & Co., [1869]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.H


Lambert, William, The beauties of Monmouthshire (Chepstow, W. Lambert, pr., [c.1812]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.M


Maynard, Henry N., Handbook to the Crumlin Viaduct, Monmouthshire: with copious details of the design, dimensions, and general proportions of the structure... (Crumlin, J.M. Wilson, 1862).
SCOLAR WG6.29.M


Morgan, Octavius and Thomas Wakeman, Notes on the architecture and history of Caldicot Castle, Monmouthshire (Newport, Printed for the Caerleon Antiquarian Association by Henry Mullock, [1854]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.M


Peacock, W.F., What I saw in the Golden Valley: being a trip to Monmouthshire through the counties of Salop and Hereford... (Manchester, Thomas Coles, [1860]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.P


Pinnock, William, The history and topography of the County of Monmouth, with biographical sketches, &c.  and a neat map of the County (London, [Davidson, pr.], [1820]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.P


Roberts, George, Some account of Llanthony Priory, Monmouthshire... (London, W. Pickering, 1847). Reprinted from Archaeologia Cambrensis 3.
SCOLAR WG6.29.R


Scott, J.M., The ancient and modern history of Newport, Monmouthshire, with a guide and directory (Newport, Printed by W. Christophers for J.M Scott, 1847).
SCOLAR WG6.29.S


Stephenson, Nash, The history of Llanthony Abbey, and a brief account of White Castle, Grosmont, Skenfrith, Dore Abbey, Kilpeck, Partricio, Longton, &c. (London, Simpkin & Marshall, [c1863?]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.S


Thomas, W.H., Tinterne and its vicinity (London, Hamilton, Adams, 1839).
SCOLAR WG6.29.T


White, John, Guide to the town and neighbourhood of Abergavenny (Abergavenny, James Hiley Morgan, 1845; 3rd ed. 1877).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W


White, John, White’s guide to the town and neighbourhood of Abergavenny, supplied with the latest information and arranged on an improved plan, abridged ed. (Abergavenny, Seargeant Brothers, [1886?]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W


Willett, Mark, The stranger in Monmouthshire and South Wales... (Chepstow, T. Major, pr., [c.1825]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W


Willett, Mark, A survey of the history, antiquities, and scenery, of Monmouthshire, with a glossary (Chepstow, Cambrian Office, pr., [1813]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W

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 3.p) Monmouthshire: Wye River

 

A Tour of the River Wye and its Vicinity, enriched with two engravings (London, Printed for G. Sael, 1798).
SCOLAR WG30(1798)


Bloomfield, Robert, ‘Journal of a Tour down the River Wye’, The Remains of Robert Bloomfield (London, 1824).


Burrow, Edward J. (ed.), The Wye Valley from Hereford to Chepstow: the official handbook, 3rd ed. (Cheltenham, Burrow, 1903). Burrow’s Royal Handbooks
SCOLAR WG6.29.B


Fielding, Theodore Henry, A picturesque description of the river Wye from the source to its junction with the Severn (London,  Ackermann & Co, 1841).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.29.F


Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley, Companion to the Wye: Ariconensia, or archaeological sketches of Ross, and Archenfield... (Ross, W. Farror, 1821).
SCOLAR WG6.29.F


Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley, The Wye tour, containing an account of Ross...and an account of Goodrich Court... (Ross, W. Farror, pr., 1833, 1837).
SCOLAR WG6.29.F


Fosbroke, Thomas Dudley, The Wye tour, or Gilpin on the Wye, with historical and archaeological additions... (Ross, W. Farror, pr., 1818, 2nd ed. 1822, 3rd ed. 1826, 4th ed. 1834, 5th ed. 1837, 6th ed. 1841, 1855).
SCOLAR WG6.29.F


Gilpin, William, ‘Ten Days’ Tour through the Isle of Anglesey December 1802 ... made in the summer of the year 1770 (London, Printed for R. Blamire...sold by B. Law...and R. Faulder..., 1782; Richmond [Surrey], The Richmond Publishing Co., 1973).
SCOLAR WG30(1782), WG6.29.G, Google books


Hall, Samuel Carter, Mrs (Anna Maria Fielding), A pilgrimage to the tomb of John Kyrle, together with a short account of the Ross prospect, and a brief sketch of the course of the River Wye, from its origins at Plinlimmon, to its termination at Chepstow (Ross, printed by and for R. Powle, Man of Ross House, 1860).
SCOLAR WG37(1860)


Heath, Charles, The excursion down the Wye from Ross to Monmouth; including 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… (Monmouth, Printed and sold by him [i.e. C. Heath], 1796).
SCOLAR WG30(1796), Google books


Ireland, Samuel, Picturesque views on the river Wye from its source at Plinlimmon Hill, to its junction with the Severn below Chepstow: with observations on the public buildings, and other works of art, in its vicinity (London, R. Faulder, 1797).
SCOLAR WG30(1797)


Kissack, Keith, The river Wye (Lavenham Suffolk, Dalton, 1978).
WG6.1.K


Longley, F.E., Mid-Wales: a holiday scamper through the Wye Valley, with descriptive accounts of Brecon, Builth, Rhayader, Llanidloes, and other places of interest on the Mid-Wales Railway; together with a panoramic itinerary of the line, showing its connection with the Cambrian and Brecon & Merthyr Railways (London, F.E. Longley, [ca. 1891?]).
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Moncrieff, Ascott Robert Hope (ed.), Black’s guide to the Wye, Black’s guide books, 2nd edition (London, Black, 1904).
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Peterken, George Frederick, Wye Valley (London, Collins, 2008).
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Ritchie, Leitch, The Wye and its associations: a picturesque ramble (London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1841).
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Taylor, Robert, Taylor’s illustrated guide to the banks of the Wye, including Chepstow, Piercefield, Windcliff, the magnificent ruins of Tintern Abbey, Monmouth, Ross, Raglan and Goodrich Castles, and other parts of the Welsh borders (Chepstow, R. Taylor, 1853).
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Twamley, Louisa Anne, The annual of British landscape scenery: an autumn ramble on the Wye (London, W.S. Orr, 1839).
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Ward, Charles Slegg and Mountford John Byrde Baddeley, South Wales and the Wye district of Monmouthshire, Thorough Guide series (London, Dulau & Co., 1886).
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Waudby, A.J., Sketches on the Wye (London, Thos. McLean, 1839).
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Willett, Mark, An excursion from the source of the Wye, 2nd edition (Bristol, John Evans & Co., pr., [1818?])
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Willett, Mark, The stranger’s guide to the banks of the Wye..., 3rd edition (Bristol, T. Bedford, 1832; 4th ed. 1845).
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 3.q) Montgomeryshire

 

Hulbert, Charles Augustus, Bodhilin, near Welshpool, Montgomeryshire, the residence of John Humphreys...: a descriptive sketch (Shrewsbury, C. Hulbert, pr., 1827).
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Fedden, Robin, Powis Castle, Montgomeryshire: [a short guide] ([s.l., s.n, 193-?]
WG6.23.P


Powys Montgomeryshire Federation of Women’s Institutes, The Powys Montgomeryshire village book (Newbury, Published jointly by Countryside Books and the P-MFWI, 1989).
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 3.r) Pembrokeshire: Milford Haven, Saundersfoot,  St Davids

 

Briant, Travers J., Guide to St. David’s Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace, coast , chapels, etc. (London, Jones & Evans, 1896).
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Fenton, Richard, A historical tour through Pembrokeshire (London, Printed by T. Davidson for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Co. White & Cochrane, W. Miller, Cadell & Davies, Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, E. Jeffery, J. Booth, J. Mawman, and J. Johnson & Co., 1811).
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Leach, Arthur Leonard, Leach’s guide to Saundersfoot (Tenby, published at the Tenby & County News Office by John Leach, [1900]).
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Morgan, Mary, A Tour to Milford Haven, in the year 1791. By Mrs. Morgan (London, Printed for John Stockdale, in Piccadilly, 1795).
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Owen, George, The description of Pembrokeshire, 4 volumes, ed. Henry Owen (London, Chas J. Clark, 1892-1936).
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‘Pembrocensis’, Observations on Milford-Haven, 2nd ed. (London, B. M’Millan, pr., 1812).
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‘A Tourist’, Manorbere and its neighbourhood (London, M’Corquadole & Co, 1872).
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 3.s) Pembrokeshire: Tenby

 

Bourne, Mary Anne, A guide to Tenby and its neighbourhood, historical and descriptive... (Carmarthen, W. Spurrell, [1843]).
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Hall, Samuel Carter, Tenby: its history, antiquities, scenery, traditions, and customs (Tenby, R. Mason, [n.d.]).
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Leach, Arthur Leonard,  Leach’s guide to Tenby and South Pembrokeshire, with a chapter on St. David’s, 2nd ed. rev. (Tenby, J. Leach, [1901]).
SCOLAR WG6.27.L


Leach, Arthur Leonard, Leach’s handbook to Tenby and district (Tenby, John Leach, [191-?]).
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Mason, Richard (ed.), A guide to Tenby and its neighbourhood, 3rd ed. (Tenby, R. Mason; London, Stanford, [1864?]).
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Norris, Charles, Etchings of Tenby, including many ancient edifices which have been destroyed, and intended to illustrate the most striking peculiarities in early Flemish architecture. With a short account of that town, and of the principal buildings in its neighbourhood (London, [B.R. Howlett, pr.], 1812).
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Smith, J. Boys, An historical sketch of the town of Tenby: being a lecture delivered to the Tenby Literary Association ... entitled “The town we live in” (Tenby, R. Mason, [1855?]).
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 3.t) Radnorshire: Llandrindod Wells

 

A Journey to Llandrindod Wells in Radnorshire, with a particular description of those wells, the places adjacent, the humours of the company there, &c.... / by a Countryman [M. Cooper?] (London, Printed...by M. Cooper..., 1746).
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Bufton, W.J., Illustrated guide to Llandrindod Wells: its history, medicinal waters, and environs, to which is appended a treatise on the natural history of the neighbourhood ... Compiled for the convenience of pedestrians and tourists by a native (London, F. Hodgson, 1896).
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Pritchard, Thomas Jeffrey Llywelyn, The Cambrian Balnea part one: the Llandrindod guide, including the wells of Llandegley and Blaenedwy... (Newport, E. Nicholas, [1825]).
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Prichard, Thomas Jeffreu Llewelyn, The Llandrindod guide, including the wells of Llandegley and Blaenedwy (Newport, E. Nicholas, pr., [1825]).
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Pryse, John, Pryse’s handbook to the Breconshire and Radnorshire mineral springs, with various descriptive journeys and excursions therefrom to numerous places of interest in central Wales (Llanidloes, Pryse, [1860?]).
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 4. Twentieth-century travel books to Wales

 

Preston to Preston: diary of a coastal walk around England & Wales, 1902, ed. L.E. Elwell (Telford, Altaic Press, 1994).


Abraham, George Dixon, On Alpine heights and British crags (1916).


Agamon, David, A slice of Britain (1976).


Arnold, Arthur, Tramping in the tracks of George Borrow (Swansea, the author, [1952]).
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Attlee, Helena, The gardens of Wales (London, Frances Lincoln, 2009).
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‘B.B.’, Summer road to Wales by ‘B B.’ (London, N. Kaye, [1964]).
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Bailey, Anthony, A walk through Wales (1992).


Barber, Chris, In the footsteps of Alexander Cordell (Abergavenny, Blorenge Books, 2007).
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Barber, Chris, Mysterious Wales (London, Granada, 1983).
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Baron, Stanley R., Westward Ho!: from Cambria to Cornwall (London, Jarrolds, 1934).
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Bensusan, Samuel Levy, On the tramp in Wales: the record of a springtime pilgrimage in search of agricultural knowledge and seasonable recreation (London, Noel Douglas, 1929).
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Bradley, Arthur Granville, The Romance of Wales (London, Methuen and co., ltd, [1929]).
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Cantrell, John, Sarn Helen: walking a Roman road through Wales (Cicerone Press, 1992).
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Carradice, Phil, Welsh islands (Buckingham, Quotes, 1997).
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Chapman, T. Robin, Encounters with Wales (Llandysul, Gomer, 1995).
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Cole, Stuart, West from Paddington (Malvern, Etica Press, 2007).
WG8.C


Condry, William, Exploring Wales (London, Faber and Faber Ltd, 1970).
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Condry, William, Welsh country essays (Llandysul, Gomer, 1996).
WG6.1.C


Court, Alexander Norman, The Heart of Wales (Norwich, Jarrold and Sons, 1969).
WG6.1.C


Davies, Peter, The farms of home (1993).


Davies, Tom, I, Conker... (Llandysul, Gomer, 1994).
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Davies, William Watkin, A wayfarer in Wales (London, Methuen, 1930).
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Davis, Paul R., Historic West Wales (Swansea, Christopher Davies, c1992).
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Eveson, Philip H., Travel with Martyn Lloyd-Jones: in the footsteps of the distinguished Welsh evangelist, pastor and theologian (Leominster, Day One, 2004).
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Farr, Martyn, Underground Wales (Llandysul, Gomer, 2001).
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Finch, Peter, Real Wales (Bridgend, Seren, 2008).
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Finnemore, John, From a Welsh Hillside (London, A. & C. Black, 1923).
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Firbank, Thomas, A country of memorable honour (London, Harrap, 1953).
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Fishlock, Trevor, Talking of Wales (London, Cassell, 1976).
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Fishlock, Trevor, Wales & the Welsh (London, Cassell, 1972).
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Fletcher, Harry Lutf Verne, The coasts of Wales (London, Hale, 1969).
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Hughes, Cledwyn, West with the tinkers: a journey through Wales with vagrants (London, Odhams Press, [1954])
WG6.1.H


Laurie, Hilary, Dylan Thomas’s Wales (London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999).
WG16.9.T


Lewes, Evelyn, Out with the Cambrians (London, Williams and Norgate, 1934).
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Lewis, Eiluned and Peter, The Land of Wales (London, Batsford, 1937).
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MacInnes, David, Walking through Wales (Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1984).
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Main, Laurence, In the footsteps of King Arthur (Cardiff, Western Mail & Echo, 1995).
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Mais, Stuart Petre Brodie, I return to Wales (London, C. Johnson, [1949]).
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Marks, Jeannette Augustus, Gallant little Wales: sketches of its people, places and customs (London, Constable, 1912).
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Medwin, Thomas, The angler in Wales, or, days and nights of sportsmen (London, Richard Bentley, 1834).
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Millin, Tony, Freeloading Cymru (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 2006).
WG6.1.M


Morgan, Elin Llwyd, The seven wonders of Wales (Talybont, Lolfa, 1993).
WG6.1.M


Morris, Chris, On tour with Thomas Telford, new edition (Longhope, Tanners Yard Press, 2007).
WG6.1.M


Morris, Jan, From the Four Corners (London, Penguin, 1995).
WG16.9.M


Morton, Henry Vollam, In search of Wales (London, Methuen, 1932).
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Newbery, Tony, Travelling for pleasure (Llandysul, Gomer, 1994).
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Noble, Roy, Roy Noble’s Wales (1999).


Olliff, Hugh, On Borrow’s trail: Wild Wales then and now (Llandysul, Gomer, 2003).
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Owen, Jamie, Magic Harbours (2004).


Owen, Jamie, Magic Islands (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 2002).
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Owen, Jamie, Welsh Journeys (2005).


Owen, Rhodri, Castles of Wales (Cardiff, Graffeg, 2008).
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Palmer, William Thomas, The verge of Wales (London, R. Hale limited, 1942).
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Perrin, Jim, Spirits of place: travels, encounters and adventures in and from Wales (1997).


Perrin, Jim, Travels with the Flea and other Eccentric Journeys (Glasgow, In Pinn, 2002).
WG6.1.P


Poucher, William Arthur, Wanderings in Wales (London, Country Life Ltd, 1949).
Folio WG6.1.P


Roberts, Dewi (ed.), Footsteps: an anthology of walking in Wales. (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2002).
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Rogers, B. Trevor, The key to Wales, Alick Hartley, ed. (Newtown Powys, Impart Books, 1998).
WG4.R


Rogers, Byron, An audience with an elephant and other encounters on the eccentric side (London, Aurum, 2001).
WG16.9.R


Smythe, Francis Sydney, Over Welsh hills (London, A. and C. Black, 1941).
Folio WG6.1.S


Stawell, Rodolph, Mrs., Motor tours in Wales & the border counties (1909).


Stevenson, Keith, A slice of Britain: a light-hearted journey across seven shires from the Cotswolds to the Cambrian Coast (Ystrad Meurig , Churchwarden Publications, 1988).
WG6.1.S.


Street-Porter, Janet, Coast to coast with Janet Street-Porter (1998).


Thompson, Reginald William, An Englishman looks at Wales ([Bristol], Arrowsmith, 1937.
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Timpson, John, Timpson’s timepaths: eight journeys through history, from stone age to steam (1994).


Timpson, John, Timpsons Towns of England and Wales: Oddities and Curiosities.


Vale, Edmund, The world of Wales (London, Dent, 1935).
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Vaughan-Thomas, Wynford, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas’s Wales (1981).


Williams, David, Landscape Wales, ed. Peter Gill (Cardiff, Graffeg, 2008).
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Winn, Christopher, I never knew that about Wales (London, Ebury, 2007).
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 4.a) North Wales

 

Fraser, Maxwell, West of Offa’s Dyke: North Wales (London, R. Hale, [1959]).
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Hewett, Hope, Through North Wales on horseback (London, Heath Cranton, 1937).
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Hughes, Cledwyn, A wanderer in North Wales (London, Phoenix House, [1949]).
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Lofthouse, Jessica, North Wales for the countrygoer (1970).


Millward, Roy, Landscapes of North Wales (Newton Abbot, David and Charles, 1978.).
WG6.1.M


Monkhouse, Patrick, On foot in north Wales (London, A. Maclehose, 1934).
WG6.1.M


Owen, Meurig, A grand tour of North Wales: an eighteenth century jaunt of castles and mansions (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2003).
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Palmer, William Thomas, Odd corners in North Wales (London, Skeffington, [n.d.]).
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Palmer, William Thomas, More odd corners in North Wales, 2nd edition (London, Skeffington, 1947).
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Senior, Michael, Portrait of North Wales (London, Hale, 1973).
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Styles, Showell, The mountains of North Wales (London, Gollancz, 1973).
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Williams, Derek, An epic Tudor journey: John Leland’s itinerary of Northern Wales (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2008).
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4.b) South Wales

 

Bradley, Arthur Granville, Highways and byways in South Wales (London, Macmillan, 1903).


Bradley, Arthur Granville, Pembrokeshire and south west Wales (London, Great Western Railway Company, 1930).
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Fraser, Maxwell, West of Offa’s Dyke: South Wales (London, R. Hale, [1958]).
WG6.1.F


Gower, John (ed.), I know another way: from Tintern to St Davids (Llandysul, Gomer, 2002).
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Senior, Michael, Portrait of South Wales (London, Hale, 1974).
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Stokes, Anthony, The valleys (Bridgend, Seren, 2007).
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Tellem, Geraint, Portrait of Gower & the South Wales coast (Tiverton, Halsgrove, 2007).
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Treharne, Cyril L., Around God’s acre in south-western Wales: a miscellany of churches, chapels, churchyards and memorials (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2006).
WG6.1.T


Worsley, Roger, Open secrets: explorations in South Wales (Llandysul, Gomer, 1987).
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4.c) Marches

 

Bradley, Arthur Granville, In the march and borderland of Wales (London, Constable, 1905).
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Mais, Stuart Petre Brodie, Highways and byways in the Welsh Marches (London, Macmillan, 1939).
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Millward, Roy, The Welsh Borders (London, Eyre Methuen, 1978.).
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Millward, Roy, The Welsh Marches (London, Macmillan, 1971.).
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Moore, John Cecil, The Welsh Marches (London, Chapman & Hall, [1933]).
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Richards, Mark, Through Welsh border country following Offa’s Dyke Path (Cheltenham, Thornhill Press, 1976).
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Snell, Frederick John, The Celtic borderland: a rediscovery of the Marches from Wye to Dee (London, R. Scott; Philadelphia, Macrae Smith company, [1928]).
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Winter, Dylan, A hack in the borders: Along the Offa’s dyke path (1991).

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5. Twentieth-century guide books to Wales

 

A guide to Wales (Cardiff, ‘Dyma Gymru’ Publications, [1955]).
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A view of Wales: the Wales Tourist Board holiday magazine (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 1996-)
W/Vi 1996, 1999-


Arweiniad i barciau a gerddi hanesyddol Cymru = Guide to the historic parks & gardens of Wales (Talybont, The Welsh Historic Gardens Trust, 1998-).
WG6.1.A


Companionship holidays: The Towers, Capel Curig ([s.l.], [s.n.], [ca. 1936])
SCOLAR WG6.21.C


Dyma Gymru = A guide to Wales (Cardiff, ‘Dyma Gymru’ Publications, [1955]).
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Gerddi Cymru = Gardens of Wales.(Dinas Powys, Gerddi Gorau Cymru, 2005).
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The Heritage of Wales (Swansea, Celtic Publications, 1970).
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King Arthur: follow his legend around Wales. ([s.l.], Marketflair, 2000).
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The Heritage of Wales, (Swansea, Celtic Publications, 1970).
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Welsh Rarebits: hotels of distinction (Montgomery, Welsh Rarebits, [1987-]).
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Y Carneddau a’r Glyderau: mynyddoedd byw = ; The Carneddau and Glyderau ; living mountains ([Llandudno], Yr Ymddiriedolaeth Genedlaethol, 1999).
WG6.21.C


Breese, Gwyndaf, The Bridges of Wales (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2001).
WG6.1.B


Bolam, George, Wild life in Wales (London, F. Palmer, [1913]).
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Bumpus, Thomas Francis, The Cathedrals of England and Wales, 3 volumes (London, T. Werner Laurie, [1905-1906]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Buxton, Ethel Mary Wilmot, Wales (London, A. and C. Black, 1911).
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Condry, William, Wales (Llandysul, Gomer in association with the National Trust, 1991).
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Cragg, Roger (ed.), Wales and West Central England, 2nd edition (London,  Published for the Institution of Civil Engineers by Thomas Telford Publishing, 1997).
Trevithick TA63.W2


Davies, Andy, Coastline Wales = arfordir Cymru (Cardiff, Graffeg, 2008).
Folio WG6.1.D


Davies, W. Watkin, Wales (London, Williamns & Norgate, [1924]).
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Edmonds, Richard, The Mining Valleys of Wales ([London], Phene Press London, 1976).
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Emery, Frank Vivian, Wales (Harlow, Longmans, 1969).
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Evans, Herbert Arthur, Castles of England and Wales (London, Methuen, 1912).
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Fletcher, Harry Lutf Verne, The coasts of Wales (London, Hale, 1969).
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Fraser, Maxwell, Introducing West Wales (London, Methuen, [1956]).
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Gallichan, Walter Matthew), Fishing waters & quarters in Wales: a practical guide to fishermen with cost of fishing accommodation, &c. (London, Cranton [1916]).
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Gammon, Clive (ed.), Angling guide to Wales (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 1974).
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Gillham, John, Wales (Basingstoke, AA, 2008).
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Green, James, Holy ways of Wales (Talybont, Y Lolfa, 2000).
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Gregory, Donald, Country churchyards in Wales (Capel Garmon, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1991).
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Grenvell, D.R., Wales = Cymru: an introduction to Wales (Llandrindod Wells, Welsh Tourist and Holidays Board, 1949).
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Gruffudd, Heini, Real Wales: a guide (Talybont, Y Lolfa, 1998).
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Gurney, Lyn, Welsh waterways: Camlasau Cymru (St Ives Cornwall, James Pike Ltd, 1975).
WG8.G


Harris, Robert, Walks in ancient Wales (Wilmslow, Sigma Leisure, 2003).
WG6.1.H


Howarth, Osbert John Radcliffe, The scenic heritage of England and Wales (1937).


Howe, George Melvyn, Welsh landforms and scenery (London, Macmillan, 1963).
WG6.1.H


Hughes, T.J., Wales’s best one hundred churches (Bridgend, Seren, 2007).
WG6.1.H


Jenkins, David William, Caves in Wales and the Marches (Clapham Yorks., Dalesman, 1963).
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Jenkins, Simon, Wales: churches, houses, castles (London, Allen Lane, 2008).
WG6.1.J


Jones, John Llewelyn, The waterfalls of Wales (London, Hale, 1986).
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Jones, Robert Brinley, Introducing Wales ([s.l.], British Council, 1978).
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Keen, Richard G., Wales (London, Phoenix Illustrated, 1997).
WG6.1.K


Kinross, John, Discovering the smallest churches in Wales (Stroud, Tempus, 2007).
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Krawiecki, Jim, Welsh sea kayaking: fifty great sea kayak voyages (Caernarfon, Pesda Press, 2006).
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Lockley, Ronald Matthias, Wales (Batsford, 1966).
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Lumsdon, Les, The Green Guide to Wales (London, Green Print, 1991).
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Maud, Ralph, Guide to Welsh Wales (Talybont, Lolfa, 1994).
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National Industrial Development Council of Wales & Monmouthshire. Tourist and Holidays Section. The happy holidayland of Wales: the comprehensive, fully illustrated guide to the holiday haunts abounding in Wales an Monmouthshire, 7th edition (Cardiff, [the Council, 1953]).
WG6.1.N


Page, Hugh Edward, Rambles and walking tours around the Cambrian Coast (London, Great Western Railway, 1936).
WG6.1.P


Palfrey, Colin and Arwel Roberts, The unofficial guide to Wales (Talybont, Y Lolfa, 1994).
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Parker, Mike, Coast to coast (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2003).
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Ross, Alastair, Wales by bus (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2006).
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Sager, Peter, Wales (London, Pallas, 1991).
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Sale, Richard, A Cambrian way: a personal guide to an unofficial route (London, Constable, 1983).
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Sale, Richard, Owain Glyndwr’s way (London, Constable, 1992).
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Savory, Hubert Newman et al., Ancient monuments of Wales (London, H.M.S.O., 1973).
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Simms, Jane, Wales ([Cardiff], [s.l.]; 1999).
Folio WG6.1.W


Styles, Showell, Backpacking in Wales (London, Hale, 1977).
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Thomas, Edward and Robert Fowler, Wales (London, A & C Black, 1924).
WG6.1.T


Thomas, Roger, Castles in Wales: history, spectacle, romance (Basingstoke, Automobile Association Cardiff and Wales Tourist Board, 1982).
Folio WG6.1.T


Tomes, John (ed.), Wales and the Marches, 6th edition (London, Benn, 1979).
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Toulson, Shirley and Fay Godwin, The drovers’ roads of Wales (London, Wildwood House, 1977).
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Trent, Christopher, Motoring on Welsh byways: a practical guide to wayfarers (London, Foulis, 1966).
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Wales Tourist Board, Motoring Wales (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 1993).
WG6.1.M


Wales Tourist Board, Paradise found ... ([Cardiff], Bwrdd Croeso Cymru/Wales Tourist Board, [2000]).
WG6.1.A


Wales Tourist Board, Walking Wales (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 1995, 2001).
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Wales Tourist Board, Wales: farm holidays ([Cardiff],  Wales Tourist Board, 2001).
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Wales Tourist Board, Welcome to Wales = Croeso i Gymru (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 2001).
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Welsh Development Agency, Dining out in Wales = Ciniawa yng Nghymru (Cardiff, Welsh Development Agency, 2003).
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Williams, Peter N., The seven wonders of Wales: a new guide (Newark,  Red Dragon Press, 2002).
Folio WG6.1.W

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5.a) North Wales

 

Baring-Gould, Sabine, A book of North Wales (London, Methuen & Co, 1903).
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Bashford, D. F., Youth hostel North Wales (London, The Saint Catherine Press, 1948).
WG6.1.B


Beazley, Elisabeth and Lionel Brett, North Wales: Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, Denbighshire and Flintshire (London, Faber and Faber, 1971).
WG6.1.B


Francis, Anna and Graham Francis, Walks with History: Family Walks to discover North Wales (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).
Glazebrook, Francis Henry, Anglesey and North Wales coast, 2nd edition (Bangor, Bookland, 1964).
WG6.1.G


Great Western Railway, North Wales: The British Tyrol (London: G.W.R., 1906).
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Gruffydd, William John, North Wales and the Marches, About Britain series (London, Collins, for the Festival of Britain Office, 1951).
WG6.1.G


Hilling, John B., Snowdonia and northern Wales (London, Batsford, 1980).
WG6.1.H


Hughes, Margaret, Museums and galleries of North-Western Wales (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2004).
WG6.1.H


Jones, Jonah, The lakes of North Wales (London, Wildwood House, 1983).
WG6.1.J


London and North-Western Railway, Tourist guide to North Wales ([s.l.], [s.n.], 1909).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L


Meirion, Dafydd, National Trust walks. 1, Northern Wales (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2006).
WG6.1.N


Ormsby-Gore, William George Arthur, North Wales, 2nd edition (London, H.M.S.O., 1954).
WG6.1.H


Parri, Ian, Favourite watering holes: featuring pubs in north and mid Wales (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2008).
WG6.1.P


Piehler, Hermann Augustine, Wales for everyman (London, J. M. Dent, [1935]).
WG6.1.P


Story, Alfred Thomas, North Wales (London, Methuen & Co, [1907]).
WG6.1.S

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5.b) South Wales

 

Guide to South Wales, including Brecon, Newport, Cardiff, Vale of Neath ... [&c], Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides, 7th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1947]).
WG6.1.G


South East Wales, out & about: great ideas for a terrific day out! ([Cardiff?], [s.n.], [n.d., 2003?]).
WG6.1.S


Baring-Gould, Sabine, A book of South Wales (London, Methuen, [1905]).
WG6.1.B


Fox, Cyril, South Wales (London, His Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1938).
WG6.1.F


Gill, Edward, Curiosities of South Wales: a regional guide to the unusual (Seaford East Sussex, S.B.Publications, 1993).
WG6.1.G


Great Western Railway, South Wales, the country of castles (Great Western Railway Company, 1905).
WG6.1.G


Gruffydd, William John, South Wales and the Marches, About Britain series (London, Collins, published for the Festival of Britain Office, [1951]).
WG6.1.G


Hadfield, Charles, The canals of South Wales and the border (Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1960).
WG6.1.H


Hilling, John B., Wales, South and West (London, Batsford, 1976).
WG6.1.H


Johnson, Andrew, Coastal & valley walks in South Wales (Little Logaston, Woonton Almeley, Logaston, 1992).
WG6.1.J


Perman, Edgar Philip, By-roads in South Wales: [a practical guide for motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians] (Cardiff, Western Mail and Echo Ltd., 1933).
WG6.1.P


Redman, John, Rambles in and around South Wales (Cardiff, Western Mail & Echo Ltd., 1934).
WG6.1.R


Rhys, Ernest, The South Wales coast from Chepstow to Aberystwyth (London, T. Fisher Unwin, 1911).
WG6.1.R


Roberts, Graham, Around & about Herefordshire and the southern Welsh Marches (Little Logaston, Woonton Almeley, Logaston  Press, 2004).
WG6.1.R


Thomas, Ruth, South Wales (London, J. Bartholomew, 1977).
WG6.1.T

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5.c) Marches

 

Gardner, Don, Discovering Mid-Wales (Cardiff, Jones, 1978).
WG6.1.G


Jones, P. Thoresby, The Welsh marches and lower Wye Valley (Gloucester, The British Publishing Co., [n.d.])
WG4.4.J


Lumsdon, Les, The Marches Way (Wilmslow, Sigma Leisure, c1992).
WG6.1.L


Somerville, Christopher, Philip’s Welsh Borders: landscape, architecture, history (1991).

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5.d) Series

 

‘Ardal’ Guides


Jones, Tudur Huws, Welcome to Moelfre-Llangefni (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, [2007]).
WG6.2.J


Llwyd, Iwan, Welcome to Llanfair Pwllgwyngyll (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2007).
WG6.2.L


Maredudd, Owain, Welcome to Beaumaris (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, [2007]).
WG6.2.M

 

‘Blacks Guide Books’

 

Moncrieff, Ascott Robert Hope (ed.), Black’s guide to the Wye, 2nd edition (London, Black, 1904).
WG6.1.B

 

‘Borough Guides’

 

A guide to Denbigh: containing a map of the district, 14 pictures, and descriptive letterpress (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [19--?]).
WG6.22.G


Debenham, L., The “Borough” pocket guide to Presteign (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1907?]).
WG6.24.B


Evans, Rev. George Eyre and E. Tyrrel Green, Lampeter (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1900-7?]).
WG6.25.L


Williams, J. Pentyrch, The “Borough” pocket guide to Llanfyllin (Montgomeryshire) (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1909]).
WG6.23.W

 

‘Burrow’s Royal Handbooks’

 

Wilkins, Charles, Merthyr and Aberdare illustrated, including Pontsarn, Vaynor, and the Beacons (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1902?]).
WG6.28.W

 

‘Cambridge County Geographies’

 

Wade, Joseph Henry, Glamorganshire (Cambridge, University Press, 1914).
WG6.28.W

 

‘Cityspots’ series

 

Walker, Kerry, Cardiff (Peterborough, Thomas Cook, 2006).
WG6.28.W

 

‘Companion Guides’

 

Barnes, David, The companion guide to Wales (Woodbridge, Companion Guides, 2005).
WG6.1.B


Beazley, Elisabeth and Peter Howell, The companion guide to North Wales (London, Collins, 1975).
WG6.1.B


Beazley, Elisabeth and Peter Howell, The companion guide to South Wales (London, Collins, 1977).
WG6.1.H

 

‘County books’ series


Phillips, Olive, Monmouthshire (London, Hale, 1951).
Architecture: Store 914.299P, WG6.29.P

 

‘Darlingtons’ handbooks


Darlington, Ralph (ed.), Llandrindod Wells and environs (Llangollen, Darlington, [1903/4]).
WG6.24.L


Darlington, Ralph (ed.), Ross, Monmouth, Tintern and Chepstow, with map (Llangollen, Darlington, [1903]).
WG6.29.R

 

‘Footpath Guides’


Phillips, Olive, Ancient kingdom of Gwent, Monmouthshire (London, The Saint Catherine Press, 1947).
WG6.29.P

 

‘Gossiping Guide’ series

 

Guide to Llandrindod Wells, illustrated with maps and views (Oswestry, and Wrexham, Woodhall, Minshall, Thomas and Co., 1902)
WG6.24.G

 

‘Guides to Ancient and Historic Wales’

 

Burnham, Helen, Clwyd and Powys (London, HMSO, 1995).
WG6.22.B

 

‘Handy Aids’ series

 

Great Western Railway, The Wye Valley, its stately castles, matchless ruins, old-world towns & lovely scenery: from Hereford to Chepstow. II (London, G.W.R., 1913; 3rd ed. 1923).SCOLAR WG6.29.W

 

‘Harrap’s country-lovers library’

 

Lockley, Ronald Matthias and James Lucas, I know an island (London, Harrap, 1947).
WG6.27.L

 

‘Little Guides’

 

Wade, George Woosung and Joseph Henry Wade, Monmouthshire (London, Methuen & Co, [1909?]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W

 

‘Lonely Planet Guides’


King, John, Wales (London, Lonely Planet, 2001).
WG6.1.K

 

‘Nelson’s Guides’

 

Bettws-y-coed and Snowdon: with maps, plans, and illustrations (London Edinburgh Dublin New York, Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1908).
WG6.21.B

 

‘On the Spot Geographies’


Lewis, William John, A seaside and university town: Aberystwyth (Harlow, Longmans, 1970).
WG6.25.L

 

‘Pevsner buildings of Wales’ series


Hubbard, Edward, Clwyd (Denbighshire and Flintshire) (Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1986; 1994).
Architecture: Main 720.94293H; WG6.22.H

 

Lloyd, Thomas, Julian Orbach and Robert Scourfield, Pembrokeshire (New Haven CT and London, Yale University Press, 2003).
Architecture: Main, Ref 720.94296L, WG6.27.L

 

Newman, John, Stephen Hughes and Anthony Ward, Glamorgan (Mid Glamorgan, South Glamorgan and West Glamorgan) (London, Penguin Books, University of Wales Press, 1995; 2001).
Architecture: Main, Ref, Bute, Senghennydd 720.94297N, WG6.28.N

 

‘Pevensey’ guides


Alderson, Alf and John Cleare, Pembrokeshire coast: the official National Park guide (Newton Abbot, Pevensey, 2001).
WG6.27.A

 

‘Portrait’ series


Mason, Edmund John and John H. Barrett, Portrait of the Brecon Beacons and surrounding areas (London, Hale, 1975).
WG6.24.M


Miles, Dillwyn, Portrait of Pembrokeshire (London, Hale, 1984).
WG6.27.M

 

‘Premier guides’


Barrett, Trevor and Andrew Rogers, Swansea Bay & Gower, 4th rev. ed. (Narbeth, Lily Publications, 1999).
WG6.28.B

 

‘Queen’s Wales Series’


Fletcher, Harry Lutf Verne, North Wales (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1955).
WG6.1.F


Fletcher, Harry Lutf Verne, South Wales (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1956).
WG6.1.F

 

‘Red Book Guides’


Bangor, Caernarfon, Amlwch, Holyhead, Llangefni ([Tenterden], Estate Pubns., 1997).
WG6.21.B

 

‘Red Guides’


Caernarvon, Snowdonia, Anglesey, Bangor, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl and North Wales (northern section), 2nd edition (London, Ward, Lock, 1962).
WG6.1.C


Hammond, Reginald J.W. (ed.), North Wales (Northern section): Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, Conway, Penmaenmawr, Bangor, Anglesey, Betws-y-Coed, Llanrwst, Capel Curig, Caernarvon etc., 4th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., 1967 [i.e. 1968]).
WG6.1.N


Hammond, Reginald J.W. (ed.), North Wales (Southern section), Aberystwyth and North Wales (Southern section): Borth, Machynlleth, Towyn, Barmouth, Pwllheli, Criccieth, 16th edition (London,  Ward Lock & Co., 1968.
WG6.1.N

 

‘Regional books’ series

 

Edwards, Arthur Trystan, Merthyr, Rhondda and “the valleys” (London, Hale, 1958).
WG6.28.E

 

‘Rough Guides’


Parker, Mike and Paul Whitfield, Wales (London, Rough Guides, 1994).
WG6.1.P

 

‘Round About Guides’


Abergavenny, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.29.A


Aberystwyth, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.25.A


Bala, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.B


Barry, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.28.B


Betws-y-Coed, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.21.B


Brecon, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.24.B


Builth Wells, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.24.B


Cardigan, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.25.C


Carmarthen, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.26.C


Colwyn Bay/Llandudno, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.22.C


Dolgellau, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.D


Haverfordwest, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.27.H


Lampeter, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.25.L


Llandovery, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.26.L


Llangollen, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.22.L


Merthyr Tydfil, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.28.M


Monmouth, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.29.M


Newtown, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.N


Porthcawl, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.28.P


Rhyl, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.22.R


Swansea, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Limited, 1993).
WG6.28.S


Tenby, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.27.T


Welshpool, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.W

 

‘Rural Wales’ series

 

Rees, Max, The Gower Peninsula, Glamorgan, 4th ed. ([London], Century Publications, 1956).
WG6.28.R

 

‘Shell Guides’

 

Rees, Vyvyan, Mid Western Wales: Cardiganshire and Merioneth (London, Faber, 1971).
WG6.1.R


Rees, Vyvyan, Shell guide to South-West Wales, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire (London, Faber, 1963).
WG6.1.R


Rees, Vyvyan, South-west Wales: Part of Dyfed, the old counties of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire (London, Faber, 1976).
WG6.1.R

 

‘Shire county guides’

 

Hilling, John B., Glamorgan (Princes Risborough, Shire, [1991]).
WG6.28.H

 

‘Vision of Wales Series’


Richards, Thomas Hugh, South Wales and Monmouthshire (London, Elek, 1949).
WG6.1.R

 

‘Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides’

 

Guide to Aberystwyth, Borth, Machynlleth and North Wales (Southern Section) with a special section for motorists and an appendix for anglers, 11th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1951?])
WG6.1.G


Guide to Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan and North Wales (northern section), 13th edition (London. Ward Lock & Co., [1950]).
WG6.1.G


Guide to South Wales, including Brecon, Newport, Cardiff, Vale of Neath ... [&c], 7th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1947]).
WG6.1.G


Ward, Lock & Co., A pictorial and descriptive guide to Brecon and South Wales: six district maps and plans of Brecon, Cardiff and Tenby (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1915?]).
WG6.1.W


Ward, Lock and Co., A pictorial and descriptive guide to Cardiff and South Wales: six district maps and plans (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1918]).
WG6.1.W


Ward, Lock & Co., A pictorial and descriptive guide to Llandrindod Wells, Llangammarch Wells, Llanwrtyd Well, Builth Wells and Central Wales, with medical notes, 5th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1930?]).
WG6.1.W


Ward, Lock & Co., A pictorial and descriptive guide to North Wales (northern section): Llandudno, The Colwyns, Rhyl, Chester ... [&c.], 6th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1930?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Ward, Lock & Co., A pictorial and descriptive guide to North Wales (southern section): Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth ... [&c.], 5th edition (London, Ward, Lock & Co., [1919?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


Ward, Lock & Co., A pictorial and descriptive guide to Tenby, Pembroke, Carmarthen, and South Wales: with a plan of Tenby and seven district maps, 2nd edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1917?]).
WG6.1.W


Ward, Lock & Co., Guide to South Wales, including Brecon, Newport, Cardiff, Vale of Neath, &c… (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1947]).
WG6.1.G

 

‘Walks Around’ series

 

Berry, David, Walks around Anglesey/ Ynys Môn (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2009).


Burnett, Michael, Walks around the Rhinogs north of Dolgellau in the Snowdonia National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2004).
WG6.23.B


Berry, David, Walks around Y Bala and Penllyn (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2005).
WG6.23.B


Berry, David, Walks on the Llŷn Peninsula (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2007).
WG6.21.B


Dix, Richard, Walks around Llanidloes, historic market town, Llyn Clywedog, Trefeglwys, the Severn Valley & Llangurig (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2006).
WG6.23.D


Lister, Mike D., Walks around Meifod, in the beautiful Vyrnwy Valley (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008). Walks around series
WG6.23.L


Marshall, Des, Local walks around Tywyn in the Snowdonia National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.23.M


Ross, Alastair, Walking in the Brecon Beacons National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.24.R


Wright, Martin, Walking around Rhayader and the Elan Valley (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.24.W

 

‘We Go Abroad Series’

 

Raymond, David, We go to Wales (Harrap, 1954).
WG6.1.R

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6. Twentieth-century guide books to specific places

 

6.a) Blaenau Gwent

 

Cordell country: Tour 1, “Rape of the fair country”: Blaenavon & Monmouthshire ([Torfaen], County Borough Councils of Merthyr Tydfil, Newport, Caerphilly, Neath Port Talbot, Rhondda Cynon Taff & Torfaen & The County Council of Monmouthshire, [2002]).
WG6.29.C


Barber, Chris, Cordell country (Abergavenny, Blorenge Books, 1985).
WG6.29.B


Blaenau Gwent Borough Council, Cordell country: car route approximately 25 miles ([Ebbw Vale], [Blaenau Gwent Borough Council], [1997?])
WG6.29.C


Forestry Commission. South Wales Conservancy, Forest walk: Ebbw Forest, Cwm Gwyddon ([Cardiff], Forestry Commission (South Wales Conservancy), [ca. 1965?]).
WG6.29.F

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 6.b) Bridgend: Maesteg, Porthcawl

 

Porthcawl, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.28.P


Maesteg and District Chamber of Trade, The Maesteg valley, Glamorganshire: official guide (Maesteg, Maesteg and District Chamber of Trade, [1948]).
WG6.28.M

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6.c) Caerphilly

 

 6.d) Cardiff

 

Cardiff: essential guide ([Cardiff], Cardiff & Co., [2008]).
WG6.28.C


Aithie, Patricia and Charles Aithie, Cardiff and beyond = Caerdydd a thu hwnt (Stroud, Alan Sutton, 1994).
Architecture: Store 942.987 AIT, WG6.28.A


Anderson, John Graham Corvie, The Cardiff district, 2nd (rev.) ed. (Colchester, Benham, 1971). Geologists’ Association Guides
WG6.28.A, Science 554.2987A, Senghennydd Pamphlet 554.2987A


ap Robert, Lowri (Ed.), Cardiff, Europe’s youngest capital: area guide (Cardiff, The Cardiff Initiative, 2003).
WG6.28.C


Barrett, Trevor and Fran Price, Cardiff 1998/99, 2nd ed. (Narberth, Lily Publications, 1998). Premier Guides
WG6.28.B


Cardiff County Council, The Cardiff centenary walk.
WG6.28.C


[Cardiff County Council], City Hall, Cardiff: visitor information guide, 2nd ed. (Cardiff, The City and County of Cardiff, 2006).
WG6.28.C


Cardiff Corporation Transportation Department, See Cardiff = Dyma Cardiff (Manchester, Grove Publishing Co., 1950).
WG6.28.C


[Cardiff Visitor Centre?], Cardiff 2005: attractions guide ([Cardiff], [Cardiff Visitor Centre?], 2005).
WG6.28.C


Gillham, Mary E., A natural history of Cardiff: exploring along the River Taff, being an account of the animal and plant life in and around our capital city (Caerphilly, Lazy Cat Publishing, 2002).
WG6.28.G, Senghennydd 508.42987G


Gillham, Mary E., A natural history of Cardiff. III, Exploring along the Rivers Rhymney and Roath (Llandybie, Dinefwr 2006).
WG6.28.G


Huws, Martin and Nick Jenkins, Caerdydd = Cardiff (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 2001).
WG6.28.H


Llewellyn, M. Hugh (comp.), A pictorial guide to the city of Cardiff (London, Progress Advertising Company [for the Development Committee of the Cardiff City Council, [1957?]).
WG6.28.C


Palfrey, Colin, Cardiff soul: an underground guide to the city (Talybont, Y Lolfa, 2006).
WG6.28.P


Walker, Kerry, Cardiff (Peterborough, Thomas Cook, 2006).
WG6.28.W


Western Mail, City nights: the complete guide to Cardiff by night (Cardiff, Western Mail Prestige Guides, 1998).
WG6.28.C

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 6.e) Carmarthenshire: Ammanford, Carmarthen, Llanelli, Llandovery, National Botanic Garden, Vale of Towy

 

Carmarthen, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.26.C


Gardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Cymru: llawlyfr yr ardd = The National Botanic Garden of Wales: guide to the garden ([Llanarthne], [Gardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Gymru], [1998?]).
WG6.26.G


Gardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Cymru: Souvenir guide, summer 2000 ([Llanarthne], National Botanic Garden of Wales, 2000).
WG6.26.G


Llandovery, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993.
WG6.26.L


Ammanford Valley Chronicle, Ammanford: a shopping guide and book of useful information (Ammanford, “Amman Valley Chronicle” Office, 1926).
SCOLAR WG6.26.A


Caldwell, Neil and John H. Stoner, Eicon i Gymru fodern: gwireddu budd yr Ardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol = An icon for modern Wales: realising the benefits of the National Botanic Garden (Caerdydd, Sefydliad Materion Cymreig, 2001).
Folio WG6.26.C


Carmarthenshire Tourist Association, Sir Gaerfyrddin = Carmarthenshire 2000/2001 ([Carmarthen], Carmarthenshire Tourist Association, [2000]).
WG6.26.C


Hill, Lawrence C., The Vale of Towy (Hereford, Jakemans, 1947).
WG6.26.H


Llandilo Urban District Council, Llandilo Urban District, Carmarthenshire: the official guide, 3rd ed. (Croydon, The Home Publishing Co., [1952]).
WG6.26.L


Llanelly Harbour Trust, Port of Llanelly: official handbook (Llanelly, Llanelly Harbour Trust, [1931?]).
WG6.26.L


Jenkins, Nick, Portrait of Carmarthenshire (Tiverton, Halsgrove, 2009).


Lloyd, Thomas, Julian Orbach and Robert Scourfield, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion (New Haven CT, Yale University Press, 2006).
WG6.25.L


Western Mail, Llanelli alive: what to see and do in Llanelli, 2001 ([Cardiff], The Western Mail, 2000).
WG6.26.W

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 6.f) Ceredigion: Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Devil’s Bridge, Dyfi Valley, Lampeter

 

Aberystwyth, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.25.A


Borough of Lampeter [guide] ([Lampeter], [Welsh Church Press], [n.d, c1905]).
WG6.25.L


Cardigan, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.25.C


Guide to Aberystwyth, Borth, Machynlleth and North Wales (Southern Section) with a special section for motorists and an appendix for anglers, Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides, 11th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1951?])
WG6.1.G


Lampeter, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.25.L


Visitors’ guide to Devil’s Bridge = Devil’s Bridge visitors guide (Aberystwyth, Printed at the Welsh Gazette Office, 1905).
SCOLAR WG6.25.V


Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Celf yn y dre: arweiniad i’r celfyddydau gweledol yn Aberystwyth = Art on the town: a guide to the visual arts in Aberystwyth ([Aberystwyth], [Aberystwyth Arts Centre], [1997?]).
WG6.25.C


Ballinger, John (ed.), Aberystwyth and district: a guide prepared for the Conference of the National Union of Teachers, 1911 (Aberystwyth, S.V. Galloway, 1911).
WG6.25.N


Cardigan Chamber of Trade, Commerce and Tourism, The Cardigan guide, incorporating North Pembrokeshire, Teifi Valley & South Ceredigion, 3rd ed. ([s.l.], Cardigan Chamber of Trade, Commerce and Tourism, 1992).
WG6.25.C


Evans, Rev. George Eyre and E. Tyrrel Green, Lampeter (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1900-7?]).
WG6.25.L


Green, John, Afon Ystwyth: the story of a river (London, Artery Publications, 2006).
WG6.25.G


Lewis, Hugh M. (Hugh Meirion), Aberdyfi: time and tide (Aberdyfi, Hugh M. Lewis, 1992).
WG6.23.L


Lewis, William John, A seaside and university town: Aberystwyth (Harlow, Longmans, 1970).
WG6.25.L


Lloyd, Thomas, Julian Orbach and Robert Scourfield, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion (New Haven CT, Yale University Press, 2006).
WG6.25.L


Main, Laurence, A guide to the Dyfi Valley Way, 2nd edition (Cardiff, Western Mail & Echo, 1996).
WG6.1.M


Morgan, Gerald, Llwybr arfordir Ceredigion: o’r Teifi i’r Dyfi = Ceredigion coast path: Teifi to the Dyfi (Aberaeron, Cyngor Ceredigion, 2008).
WG6.25.M


Palmer, Caroline, Penny David and Ros Laidlaw, Historic parks & gardens in Ceredigion (Llandeilo, Ceredigion Branch of the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust, 2004).
WG6.25.P


Richards, Alun John and Jean Napier, A tale of two rivers: Mawddach and Dyfi and the land between, Cadair Idris, 2nd. ed. (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2007).
WG6.23.R


Wales Tourist Board, Aberystwyth and area: the heart of Welsh culture (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 1999).
WG6.25.A


Western Mail, Ceredigion: hamdden, gwasanaethae a busness 2000 = Ceredigion  leisure, services and business 2000 (Cardiff, The Western Mail, 2000).
WG6.25.W


Western Mail, The Western Mail Ceredigion guide: leisure, services and business directory (Cardiff, The Western Mail, 1998).
WG6.25.W

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 6.g) Clwyd (preserved county), Vale of Clwyd

 

Sir Clwyd: canllaw swyddogol Sir = Clwyd: County council official guide ([Gloucester], [The British Publishing Company], [ca. 1984?]).
WG6.22.C


Burnham, Helen, Clwyd and Powys (London, HMSO, 1995).
WG6.22.B


Evans, R. Paul, Pennant’s journeys through the Vale of Clwyd (Ruthin, Coelion Trust, 1990).
WG6.22.E


Fraser, Maxwell, Ruthin and the Vale of Clwyd (Cardiff, John Jones Cardiff Ltd, 1973).
WG6.22.F


Hubbard, Edward, Clwyd (Denbighshire and Flintshire) (Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1986; 1994).
Architecture: Main 720.94293H; WG6.22.H

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 6.h) Conwy: Colwyn Bay, Llandudno

 

Colwyn Bay/Llandudno, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.22.C


MacArthur, David Wilson, The river Conway (Lndon, Cassell, 1952).
WG6.21.M


Miller, Ruth, Birds, Boots and Butties: Conwy Valley/ Eastern Snowdonia (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).


National Trust (Great Britain), The garden at Bodnant: the residence of Lord and Lady Aberconway ([London], [National Trust], [n.d., 1970?]).
WG6.22.G

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 6.i) Denbighshire: Dee River, Llangollen, Rhyl, Ruthin

 

A guide to Denbigh: containing a map of the district, 14 pictures, and descriptive letterpress (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [19--?]). Borough Guides.
WG6.22.G


The Hand Hotel, Llangollen: a souvenir of the Hotel... (Cheltenham, Burrow, [n.d.]).
WG6.22.L


Llangollen, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.22.L


Rhyl, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.22.R


Arnold, Harry, The Llangollen Canal (Ashbourne, Landmark Publishing, 2008).
WG6.22.A


Cubbon, T.W. The wizard Dee: a June voyage from Bala to the sea (London, Witherby, 1934).
WG6.1.C


Fraser, Maxwell, Ruthin and the Vale of Clwyd (Cardiff, John Jones Cardiff Ltd, 1973).
WG6.22.F


Ruthin Borough Council and Rural District Council, Ruthin, Denbighshire: the official guide (Chletenham and London, Ruthin Borough and Rural Districts Councils, [n.d.]).
WG6.22.R


Senior, Michael, The story of the Dee in Wales, from Bala to Llangollen (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1990).
WG6.1.S

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 6.j) Flintshire: Basingwerk, Holywell

 

Mawdsley, John, The legend of St. Winifred, and tales of the ruins of Basingwerk, or, a trip to Flint, Halkyn and Holywell ([Mold], Flintshire County Council Library and Information Service, 1999).
WG6.22.M

 

6.k) Gwent

 

Gwent County Council, Gwent: a county guide (Gloucester, British Publishing Co, [1991-2]).
Folio WG6.29.G


Gwent County Council, Gwent county guide ([Cwmbran], [Gwent County Council], [c1974]).
WG6.29.G


Hando, Frederick James, The pleasant land of Gwent (Newport, Johns, 1944).
WG6.29.H


Hando, Frederick James, Rambles in Gwent (Newport, Johns, 1924).
WG6.29.H


Museum and Art Gallery (Newport, Wales), Gwent as seen by the artist: pictures in the Newport Art Gallery (Newport, Museum & Art Gallery, [n.d.]).
WG6.29.N


Roderick, Alan and Bozena Roderick, Travels in Gwent (Newport, Handpost, 1992).
WG6.29.T


Rose, Mollie and Irene Burchell, North West Gwent: official guide (Abergavenny and Bristol, Regional Publications, 1984).
WG6.29.N

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 6.l) Gwynedd: Bala, Bangor, Bardsey, Beddgelert, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Caernarfon, Dolgellau, Harlech, Llŷn Peninsula, Porthmadog

 

Bala, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.B


Caernarvon: a royal borough ([Cardiff], [The Wales Tourist Board], [n.d., ca. 1967?])
WG6.21.C


Caernarfon, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.21.C


Caernarfon, gwybodaeth i ymwelwyr: beth i’w weld a’i wneud = Caernarfon, a visitors guide: what to see and do ([Caernarfon], 100% Caernarfon Cyf., [2004?])
WG6.21.C


Dolgellau, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.D


Guide to Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan and North Wales (northern section), Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides, 13th edition (London. Ward Lock & Co., [1950]).
WG6.1.G


Official guide to Bangor, North Wales, with list of hotels, boarding houses, restaurants and estate agents and with street plan inside back cover (Glasgow, John Miller, [1962]).
WG6.21.O


Porthmadog, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.21.P


Berry, David, Walks around Y Bala and Penllyn (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2005).
WG6.23.B


Berry, David, Walks on the Llŷn Peninsula (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2007).
WG6.21.B


Coburn, Alvin Langdon, The book of Harlech (Harlech, D.H. Parry, 1920).
WG6.23.C


Deudraeth Rural District Council, Deudraeth Rural District including Harlech, Llanbedr, Llanfair, Llanfrothen, Maentwrog, Penrhyndeudraeth, Talsarnau, Llandecwyn and Trawsfynydd: the official guide (Penrhyndeudraeth, Deudraeth Rural District Council, [1970?]).
WG6.23.D


Gwynedd County Council, Llwybr tref Caernarfon = Caernarfon town trail ([s.l.], Cyngor Sir Gwynedd, 1993).
WG6.21.L


Hamilton, Dorothy, Circular walks around Beddgelert (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2007).
WG6.21.H


Hope, Maurice, The shores of Penrhyn Llŷn: the Llyn Peninsula (Derby, Breedon, 2007).
WG6.21.H


Jones, Robert Gerallt, Bardsey: a fortnight’s journal translated from the original Welsh by the author ([Market Drayton], Tern Press, 1976).
Folio WG6.21.J


Lloyd, John Edward, Carnarvonshire (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1914).
WG6.21.L, SCOLAR Jarman WG39.3.0076


Lynch, Frances, Gwynedd (Cardiff, Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments, 2001).
WG6.1.L


Marshall, Des, Local walks around Tywyn in the Snowdonia National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.23.M


National Trust (Great Britain), Llyn: a special place = lle arbennig (Llandeilo, National Trust (Wales), 1998).
WG6.21.L


Phillips, Olive, Ancient kingdom of Gwent, Monmouthshire (London, The Saint Catherine Press, 1947).
WG6.29.P


Quenby, Ron, Bala, lake of beauty: the story of Llyn Tegid (Hardwick House Publishing, 1992).
WG6.23.Q


Salter, Dave and Dave Worrall, Walks with History: Walks from the Welsh Highland Railway – Part 1. Caernarfon to Rhyd-Du (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).


Slate Valleys Initiative (Gwynedd, Wales), Llwybrau’r dyffrynnoedd llechi = Slate valley paths ([s.l., Menter Ardal y Llechen, 2005?].
WG6.21.L


Thomas, E. (comp.), Griffith’s visitors’ guide to Llanbedr and district: a guide to walks, excursions, and places of interest (Llanbedr, R. Griffith, [1909?]).
WG6.23.G


Thomas, Gwyn and Jeremy Moore, Blaenau Ffestiniog (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 2007).
WG6.23.T

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 6.m) Gwynedd: Snowdon

 

Burnett, Michael, Walks around the Rhinogs north of Dolgellau in the Snowdonia National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2004).
WG6.23.B


Condry, William, Snowdonia (Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1987).
WG6.1.C


Great Britain. Forestry Commission, Gwydyr Forest Trail (Aberystwyth, Office of Conservator of Forestry for North Wales, 1970).
WG6.21.G


Great Britain. Forestry Commission in Wales, Walks in Gwydyr Forest (Llanrwst, Forestry Commission, [n.d., ca. 1975?]).
WG6.21.G


Herman, David, Hillwalkers’ North Snowdonia: 29 one-day walks in the mountains of North-west Wales (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2008).
WG6.23.H


Meek, Elin, Yr Wyddfa = Snowdon (Llandysul, Gomer, 2007).
WG6.21.M


North, Frederick John, Snowdonia: the national park of North Wales (London, Collins, 1949).
WG6.21.N


Perrin, Jim, Visions of Snowdonia: landscape and legend (London, BBC Books, 1997).
WG6.1.P


Rawson, Jerry, A vision of Snowdonia (Wellington, Halsgrove, 2008).
WG6.23.R


Roberts, R. Russell, A pocket guide to Snowdon, 3rd ed. (Helsby, Cheshire, Mara, 2007).
WG6.21.R


Rogers, Carl, A pocket guide to Snowdonia’s best mountain walks (Frodsham, Mara, 2008).
WG6.21.R


Salt, Henry, On Cambrian and Cumbrian hills: pilgrimages to Snowdon and Scawfell (London, Arthur C. Fifield, 1908).
WG6.21.S


Senior, Michael, Eryri: the story of Snowdonia (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1999).
WG6.21.S


Williams, Merfyn, Snowdonia: the official National Park guide ([Newton Abbot], Pevensey Press, 2000).
WG6.21.W

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6.n) Isle of Anglesey

 

Berry, David, Walks around Anglesey/ Ynys Môn (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2009).


Hughes, Margaret, An Anglesey Summer (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).


Miller, Ruth, Birds, Boots and Butties: Anglesey (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).


Salter, Mike, The island of Anglesey coast path ([Malvern], Folly Publications, [2007]).
WG6.2.S


Steele, Philip, Môn, mam Cymru: the Anglesey guide (Llansadwrn, MAGMA, 1990).
WG6.2.S

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6.o) Merthyr Tydfil

 

Merthyr Tydfil, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.28.M


Afon Taf High School, Merthyr Tydfil ([s.l., s.n., 1973?]).
Folio WG6.28.M


Edwards, Arthur Trystan, Merthyr, Rhondda and “the valleys” (London, Hale, 1958).
WG6.28.E


Wilkins, Charles, Merthyr and Aberdare illustrated, including Pontsarn, Vaynor, and the Beacons (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1902?]).
WG6.28.W

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 6.p) Monmouthshire: Abergavenny, Chepstow, Mynydd Du Forest, Rhaglan, Severn River, Tintern, Wye River

 

Abergavenny, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.29.A


Cordell country: Tour 1, “Rape of the fair country”: Blaenavon & Monmouthshire ([Torfaen], County Borough Councils of Merthyr Tydfil, Newport, Caerphilly, Neath Port Talbot, Rhondda Cynon Taff & Torfaen & The County Council of Monmouthshire, [2002]).
WG6.29.C


Gerddi gwych yn Sir Fynwy: nefoedd y gerddi yn Nyffrynnoedd Gwy ac Wysg = Glorious gardens in Monmouthshire: horticultural heaven in the Wye Valley and Vale of Usk (Penpergwm, Adventa, 2004).
WG6.29.G


Monmouth, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.29.M


A pictorial and descriptive guide to the Wye Valley including Llandrindod Wells and the spas of central Wales with a special section for motorists and notes on angling, boating, etc..., 9th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [193?])
WG6.1.W


Abergavenny and District Tourist Association, Abergavenny: markets, mountains and more...: tourist guide 2002 (Abergavenny, Abergavenny and District Tourist Association, 2002).
WG6.29.A


Barber, Chris, Cordell country (Abergavenny, Blorenge Books, 1985).
WG6.29.B


Bradford, John L., The River Severn: a journey following the river from the estuary to its source (Studley, Brewin, 2005).
WG6.1.B


Bradley, Arthur Granville, A book of the Severn (New York, Dodd, Mead, 1920).
WG6.1.B


Bradley, Arthur Granville, The Wye (London, A. and C. Black, 1926).
WG6.29.B


Burrow, J., Burrow’s guide to the Wye from source to mouth, 9th edition (Cheltenham, E.J. Burrow, [1920-30?]).
WG6.1.B


Cash, J. Allan, The River Wye (London, Chapman & Hall, 1952).
WG6.29.C


Church in Wales. Diocese of Monmouth, Great churches in the Diocese of Monmouth: a visitor guide = Eglwysi mawr Esbogaeth Mynwy: cyflwyniad i ymwelwyr ([Monmouth], [Diocese of Monmouth], 2005).
WG6.29.G


Darlington, Ralph (ed.), Ross, Monmouth, Tintern and Chepstow, with map (Llangollen, Darlington, [1903]).
WG6.29.R


Forestry Commission. South Wales Conservancy, Forest walk: Mynydd Du Forest, Ffawyddog Wood ([Cardiff], Forestry Commission (South Wales Conservancy), [ca. 1968?]).
WG6.29.F


Gibbings, Robert, Coming down the Wye (London, Dent, 1942).
WG4.39.G


Great Western Railway, The Severn Valley: through the land of the Lord Marchers from Shrewsbury to Worcester (London, G.W.R., 1913).
WG6.1.G


Great Western Railway, The Wye Valley, its stately castles, matchless ruins, old-world towns & lovely scenery: from Hereford to Chepstow. II (London, G.W.R., 1913; 3rd ed. 1923).SCOLAR WG6.29.W


Greaves, Van, Portrait of the Wye Valley (Tiverton, Halsgrove, 2009).


Henderson, Arthur Edward, Tintern abbey: then and now (London, Simpkin Marshall, 1935).
WG6.29.H


Hando, Frederick James, Monmouthshire sketch book (Newport, Johns, 1954).
WG6.29.H


Hando, Frederick James, Out and about in Monmouthshire (Newport, Johns, 1958).
WG6.29.H


Jenkins, Nick, Portrait of Monmouthshire (Tiverton, Halsgrove, 2009).


Kissack, Keith, The river Wye (Lavenham Suffolk, Dalton, 1978).
WG6.1.K


Lanchester, M., The river Severn from source to mouth (London, T. Murby, [1915]).
WG6.1.L


Mee, Arthur (Ed.), Monmouthshire: a green and smiling land (London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1951). King’s England series
WG6.29.M


Moncrieff, Ascott Robert Hope (ed.), Black’s guide to the Wye, 2nd edition (London, Black, 1904).
WG6.1.B


Peterken, George Frederick, Wye Valley (London, Collins, 2008).
WG6.1.P


Peterken, Susan, Landscapes of the Wye Tour (Almeley, Logaston Press, 2008).
WG6.29.P


Phillips, Olive, Ancient kingdom of Gwent, Monmouthshire (London, The Saint Catherine Press, 1947).
WG6.29.P


Phillips, Olive, Monmouthshire (London, Hale, 1951).
Architecture: Store 914.299P, WG6.29.P


Pickford, J. Anthony F. and Michael Edmonds, Between mountain and marsh in the hundred of Wentllwg Monmouthshire (Newport, Johns, 1946).
WG6.29.P


Remfry, Paul Martin, Four castles of the middle reaches of the River Wye 1066 to 1282 ([Worcester], [SCS], 1995).
Folio WG4.4.R


Wade, George Woosung and Joseph Henry Wade, Monmouthshire (London, Methuen & Co, [1909?]).
SCOLAR WG6.29.W


Waters, Ivor, Chepstow Town Gate and Museum, rev. ed. (Chepstow, Chepstow Society, 1953).
WG6.29.W


Waters, Ivor, Inns and taverns of Chepstow and the Lower Wye Valley (Chepstow, Chepstow Society, 1976).
WG4.39.W


Wood, James George, The island chapel of St. Twrog in Severn and the manors of Tintern Parva and Trellech (Newport, Mullock & Sons, 1922).
WG4.39.W


Wood, John, Quietest under the sun: footways on Severnside hills (1944).

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6.q) Neath Port Talbot

 

North, Frederick John, The river scenery at the head of the Vale of Neath, 2nd edition (Cardiff, National Museum of Wales, 1938).
WG6.1.N

 

6.r) Newport

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Newport, Gwent: official guide, 1978 (London, Burrow, 1978).
WG6.29.N


Ellis, Tom, Images of Newport (Derby, Breedon Books, 1995).
Folio WG6.29.I


Newport Borough Council, Town trails: a walk through the heart of Newport. 1, Town Reach to Cardiff Road (Newport, Borough of Newport, [n.d., ca.1996?]).
Folio WG6.29.N


Newport Borough Council, Town trails: a walk through the heart of Newport. 2, Westgate Square to St Woolos Cathedral (Newport, Borough of Newport, [n.d., ca.1996?]).
Folio WG6.29.N


Newport Borough Council, Town trails: a walk through the heart of Newport. 3, St Woolos Cathedral to Westgate Square (Newport, Borough of Newport, [n.d., ca.1996?]).
Folio WG6.29.N


Newport Borough Council, Town trails: a walk through the heart of Newport. 4, Town reach to Westgate Square (Newport,Borough of Newport, [n.d., ca.1996?]).
Folio WG6.29.N


Newport County Borough Council, Newport, South East Wales: so easy to get to, at the heart of so much (Newport, Newport County Borough Council, 2001).
WG6.29.N


Newport (Wales). City Council, Newport City Council: official guide and street plans (Wallington, Surrey, Burrows Communications, [2004?]).
WG6.29.N

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 6.s) Pembrokeshire: Caldy, Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Skomer, St Davids, Tenby

 

Caldey: Isle of Caldey, South Wales ([Caldey], printed by the Community, 1931).
SCOLAR WG6.27.C


Haverfordwest, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.27.H


Official guide to Pembrokeshire and the National Park (Narberth, Tenby,  H. G. Walters, [ca.1960?]).
WG6.27.O
Pembrokeshire coast and national park: official register of accommodation and catering establishments (London, Century Publications, [n.d.]).
WG6.27.P


Tenby, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.27.T


Tenby town trail: a walk with a difference ([s.l.], [s.n.], [n.d.]).
WG6.27.T


Upton castle grounds ([s.l.], [s.n.], [n.d.]).
WG6.27.U


Alderson, Alf and John Cleare, Pembrokeshire coast: the official National Park guide (Newton Abbot, Pevensey, 2001).
WG6.27.A


Barrett, John H.,  Long-distance footpaths: Dyfed, Preseli (District) & South Pembrokeshire (District) Coastal regions (London, H.M.S.O. for the Countryside Commission, 1974).
WG6.27.B


Bradley, Arthur Granville, Pembrokeshire and south west Wales (London, Great Western Railway Company, 1930).
WG4.37.B


Cowsill, Miles (ed.), Pembrokeshire in profile (Kilgetty, Haven Publication Productions, 1991).
WG6.27.P


Davies, Damian Walford and Anne Eastham, Saints and stones: a guide to the pilgrim ways of Pembrokeshire (Llandysul, Gomer, 2002).
WG6.27.D


Howells, Roscoe, Across the sounds to the Pembrokeshire islands (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 1972).
WG6.27.H


Lockley, Ronald Matthias, The island ([s.l.], Country Book Club, 1970).
WG6.27.L


Lockley, Ronald Matthias, Pembrokeshire (London, Hale, 1957). Regional books series
WG6.27.L


Lockley, Ronald Matthias and Doris Lockley, Dream island days: a record of the simple life (London, Witherby, 1943).
WG6.27.L


Lockley, Ronald Matthias and James Lucas, I know an island (London, Harrap, 1947).
WG6.27.L


Lawman, Jean, Skokholm: an island remembered (Tiverton, Halsgrove, 2000).
WG6.27.L


Lloyd, Thomas, Julian Orbach and Robert Scourfield, Pembrokeshire (New Haven CT and London, Yale University Press, 2003).
Architecture: Main, Ref 720.94296L, WG6.27.L


Leach, Ernest Harry and R.L.C. Morrison, Tenby (London, Health Resorts Association, for the Corporation, 1936).
SCOLAR WG6.27.L


Miles, Dillwyn, The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1987).
WG6.27.M


Miles, Dillwyn, Portrait of Pembrokeshire (London, Hale, 1984).
WG6.27.M


Matthews, Jane, Skomer Island: portrait of a Welsh island (Cardiff, Graffeg, 2007).
WG6.27.M


Roberts, Tony and Elizabeth Roberts, A short guide to St. Davids (Ty Ddewi), the city ... with its cathedral and the coast path around (Haverfordwest, Abercastle Publications, 1994).
WG6.27.R


Sharkey, John and Elizabeth Shepard, Pilgrim ways: the grand pilgrimage to St. Davids (Cardigan, Ancient Landscapes, 1994).
WG6.27.S


West Wales Naturalists’ Trust, Skomer Island ([Haverfordwest], West Wales Naturalists’ Trust, [n.d., ca. 1975]).
WG6.27.S


Western Mail, The Western Mail Pembrokeshire guide: leisure, services and business directory (Cardiff, The Western Mail, 1998).
WG6.27.W

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 6.t) Powys: Brecon, Brecon Beacons, Builth Wells, Dan yr Ogof, Hay-on-Wye

 

Brecon, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993). Round about guides
WG6.24.B


Builth Wells, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.24.B


Hay-on-Wye, town of books: information guide (Hay-on-Wye, Hay-on-Wye Tourist Information Bureau, 2001-).
WG6.24.H


Baker-Gabb, Richard, Hills and vales of the Black Mountain district, on the borders of Brecon, Monmouth and Hereford (Llangrove, Ross-on-Wye, T. Pridgeon, 1976).
WG6.24.B


Barber, Chris, 40 Classic Walks in the Brecon Beacons (Abergafenny, Blorenge Books, 2009).


Brereton, John Maurice, The Brecon Beacons National Park (Newton Abbot,  David & Charles, c1990).
WG6.1.B


Brinn, David and Roger Tiley, Hiraeth: images of the Brecon Beacons (Brecon, Depa Trading, 1994).
WG6.24.B


Builth Wells Official Guide Committee, Builth Wells, Llanfair-ym-Muallt: official guide ([s.l.], [s.n.], 1992).
WG6.24.B


Douglas, Sarah, Brecon Beacons National Park: a landscape to enjoy and conserve (Brecon, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, [1997?]).
WG6.1.D


Evans, Christopher J., Breconshire (Cambridge, University press, 1912).
WG6.24.E


Farr, Martyn, Dan yr Ogof: the jewel of Welsh caves (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 1999).
WG6.24.F


Hay Urban District Council, Hay-on-Wye, Breconshire: the official guide, 8th ed. ([Cheltenham], Ed. J. Burrow, [195-?]).
WG6.24.H


Hughes, Wendy, The story of Brecknock (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1995).
WG6.24.H


Hutton, Tom, Portrait of the Brecon Beacons (Wellington, Somerset, Halsgrove, 2008).
WG6.24.H


Jenkins, Nick, Walks with History: Circular Walks in the Black Mountains (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).


Jenkins, Nick, Walks with History: Circular Walks in the Western Beacons (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2000).


Lansdell, T.W., Builth Wells Urban District, Breconshire: the official guide, 2nd ed. ([Croydon], [The Home Publishing Co.], [195-?]).
WG6.24.L


Mason, Edmund John and John H. Barrett, Portrait of the Brecon Beacons and surrounding areas (London, Hale, 1975).
WG6.24.M


Ross, Alastair, Walking in the Brecon Beacons National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.24.R


Symons, Sarah, The wonders of Dan yr Ogof (Talybont, Lolfa, 2003).
WG6.24.S

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 6.u) Powys: Llandrindod Wells, Llanfyllin, Llanidloes, Machynleth, Meifod, Offa’s Dyke, Presteigne, Rhayader, Welshpool

 

Guide to Llandrindod Wells, illustrated with maps and views (Oswestry, and Wrexham, Woodhall, Minshall, Thomas and Co., 1902)
WG6.24.G


Newtown, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.N


Presteigne, (London, Vickery, Kyrle & Co, [ca. 1920?]).
WG6.24.P


Radnor District Council: official guide (Gloucester, British Publishing Co., [197?]).
WG6.24.R


Rhayader, gateway to the Elan valley: a useful and informative guide to ‘The lakeland of Wales’ (Stadhampton, Oxon., Rural Publications, [1994?]).
WG6.24.R


Welshpool, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.23.W


Cyngor Cymuned Meifod, Taith drwy Ddyffryn Meifod = A guide to the Vale of Meifod ([s.l.], Cyngor Cymuned Meifod, 2003).
WG6.23.T


Darlington, Ralph (ed.), Llandrindod Wells and environs (Llangollen, Darlington, [1903/4]).
WG6.24.L


Davies, D.C., (ed.), Llandrindod Wells (London, The Health Resorts Association, 1913).
WG6.24.L


Davies, David Wyn, Machynlleth town trail (Machynlleth, Cymdeithas Ddinesig Machynlleth a’r Cylch = Machynlleth and District Civic Society, 1981).
WG6.23.D


Davies, Lewis, Radnorshire (Cambridge, University press, 1912).
WG6.24.D


Debenham, L., The “Borough” pocket guide to Presteign (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1907?]).
WG6.24.B


Dix, Richard, Walks around Llanidloes, historic market town, Llyn Clywedog, Trefeglwys, the Severn Valley & Llangurig (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2006).
WG6.23.D


Hewlett, J H., Offa’s Dyke (London, Simpkin, Marshall, [1924]).
WG6.1.H


Hunter, David, The Offa’s Dyke Path: a journey through the border country of England and Wales, 2nd edition (Milnthorpe, Cicerone, 2008).
WG6.1.H


Lister, Mike D., Walks around Meifod, in the beautiful Vyrnwy Valley (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.23.L


Kay, Ernest, Offa’s Dyke Path North: Knighton to Prestatyn (London, Aurum, 1989).
WG6.1.K


Kay, Ernest, Offa’s Dyke Path South: Chepstow to Knighton (London, Aurum, 1989).
WG6.1.K


Llandrindod Wells Development Association, Llandrindod Wells, central Wales, an ideal spa for health and holiday: official guide (Llandrindod Wells, Llandrindod Wells Development Association, [1938?]).
WG6.24.L


National Trust (Great Britain), Powis Castle gardens, Montgomeryshire ([London], National Trust, 1972).
WG6.23.N


Radnorshire County Council, Radnorshire: the county handbook (Cheltenham, Ed. J. Burrow, [1970]).
WG6.24.R


Noble, Frank (ed.), The Shell book of Offa’s Dyke Path (London, Queen Anne Press, 1969).
WG6.1.S


Welshpool Partnership, Welshpool visitor guide: activities and attractions = Arweinlyfr y Trallwng: gweithgareddau ac atyniadau (Welshpool, Welshpool Partnership, 2001, 2003).
WG6.23.W


Williams, J. Pentyrch, The “Borough” pocket guide to Llanfyllin (Montgomeryshire) (Cheltenham, Burrow, [1909]).
WG6.23.W


Wright, Martin, Walking around Rhayader and the Elan Valley (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).
WG6.24.W

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 6.v) Rhondda Cynon Taf: Aberdare, Rhondda

 

Aberdare Urban District, Official guide, 3rd ed. (London, Pyramid Press, [1956]).
WG6.28.A


Edwards, Arthur Trystan, Merthyr, Rhondda and “the valleys” (London, Hale, 1958).
WG6.28.E


Wilkins, Charles, Merthyr and Aberdare illustrated, including Pontsarn, Vaynor, and the Beacons (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1902?]).
WG6.28.W

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6.w) Swansea

 

Swansea, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Limited, 1993).
WG6.28.S


Barrett, Trevor and Andrew Rogers, Swansea Bay & Gower, 4th rev. ed. (Narbeth, Lily Publications, 1999).
WG6.28.B


Humphrys, Graham (ed.), Geographical excursions from Swansea (Swansea, Department of Geography, University College of Swansea, 1978).
WG6.28.G


Swansea (Wales) Corporation and Charles Alfred Edwards, Swansea and Mumbles, their holiday attractions, residential advantages, educational facilities and industrial resources: official album (Cheltenham, Ed. J. Burrow, [1926/27?]).
WG6.28.S


Western Mail, Swanseanights: the guide to Swansea by night, summer 2000 ([Cardiff], Western Mail, 2000).
WG6.28.S

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 6.x) Torfaen: Blaenavon

 

Blaenavon World Heritage Site ([Torfaen?], [Torfaen County Borough?], 2001).
WG6.29.B


Blaenafon Community Heritage Project, Blaenafon town walk ([Torfaen], Blaenafon Community Heritage Project, [n.d., between 2001 and 2004]).
WG6.29.B

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 6.y) Vale of Glamorgan: Barry, Gower, Llantwit Major, Lliw Valley

 

Barry, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).
WG6.28.B


Llantwit Major: historic heart of the Vale =  [Llanilltud Fawr]: calon hanesyddol y Fro (Llantwit Major, Llantwit Major Town Council, 2001).
WG6.28.L


Nature walks in Glamorgan: 3 walks in the coalfield ([s.l.], [Glamorgan Naturalists’ Trust], [ca. 1974]).
WG6.28.N


Carpenter, B. and H. Elliott, Official guide to Barry, District, and the Vale of Glamorgan (Birmingham, James Upton Ltd. Printers, 1911).
WG6.28.O


Davis, Paul R, Historic Gower (Swansea, Christopher Davies, 1998).
WG6.28.D


Edmunds, George, The Gower Coast: a coastline walk and guide to the history, legends, shipwrecks and rescues, smuggling, castles and caves, including the story of the Dollar Ship (Bristol, Regional Publications [Bristol], 1979).
WG6.28.E


Gower Society, A guide to Gower with illustrations by A. J. Lavender, 2nd ed. (Swansea, Gower Society, 1966).
WG6.28.G


Hilling, John B., Glamorgan (Princes Risborough, Shire, [1991]).
WG6.28.H


Jenkins, Nick, Portrait of Glamorgan (Tiverton, Halsgrove, 2008).


Jenkins, Nick, Walks with History: Circular Walks in Gower (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2008).


Llantrisant and Llantwit Fardre Rural District, Glamorgan: official guide ([Carshalton], Home Publishing, [1968]).
WG6.28.L


Lliw Valley (Wales) Borough Council, Lliw Valley guide (London, Burrow, 1982).
WG6.28.L


Middleton-Jones, Howard, A journey through Gower (Llandybie, Hughes, 1982).
WG6.28.M


Mullard, Jonathan, Gower (London, Collins, 2006). New naturalist
WG6.28.M


Newman, John, Stephen Hughes and Anthony Ward, Glamorgan (Mid Glamorgan, South Glamorgan and West Glamorgan) (London, Penguin Books, University of Wales Press, 1995; 2001).
Architecture: Main, Ref, Bute, Senghennydd 720.94297N, WG6.28.N


Newman, R. and L. Bye, Cosmeston medieval village (Glamorgan, Gwent Archaeological Trust, [1988]).
WG6.28.N


Rees, David, Walks in the Taff Valley (Risca, Starling Press Ltd, 1975).
WG6.28.R


Rees, Kenneth Clare, The spirit of Gower (Swansea, Kenneth Rees, 2009).
WG6.28.R


Rees, Max, The Gower Peninsula, Glamorgan, 4th ed. ([London], Century Publications, 1956).
WG6.28.R


Thompson, Alwyne Geoffrey, Gower journey (Swansea, the author, [1950]).
WG6.28.T


Thomas, Hilary Margaret (ed.), Historic gardens of the Vale of Glamorgan (Llantrisant, South and Mid Glamorgan Branch, Welsh Historic Gardens Trust, 2007).
WG6.28.H


Vaughan-Thomas, Richard Winslade et al., Wynford, Portrait of Gower (London, Hale, 1976).
WG6.28.V

 

6.z) Wrexham

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7. Travel Books by Other Europeans to Wales

 

Le Braz, Anatole, La terre du passé (Paris, Calmann-Lévy, [1901].
SCOLAR Jarman WG39.3.0442


Penhouet, Armand-Louis-Bon Maudet, Letters describing a Tour through Part of South Wales by a pedestrian traveller (London, Printed by T. Baylis, 1797).
SCOLAR WG30(1797)


Rodenberg, Julius, An autumn in Wales (1856): country and people, tales and songs, ed. and trans. William Linnard (Cowbridge, D. Brown, 1985).
WG6.1.R

 

8. Travel Books by Welsh Authors to Other Places

 

Evans, William Davies, Travels of a Welsh preacher in the U.S.A.: Peregrinations of William Davies Evans during the later nineteenth century [Dros gyfanfor a chyfandir 1883], trans. Margaret Morgan Jones (Pwllheli, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2008).
WG6.3.E

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9. Fabricated travel books

 

A Pedestrian Tour through Thirteen Hundred and Forty-Seven Miles through England and Wales by Pedestres and Sir Clavileno Woodenpeg, Knight of Snowdon (London, Saunders and Otley, 1836).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P, Google books


Chetwood, William Rufus, The Voyages, Travels and Adventures of Captain W.O.G. Vaughan, with the History of his Brother Jonathan Vaughan (1736).


Churchyard, Thomas, The Worthyness of Wales, wherein are more than 1000 things rehearsed, set out in Prose and Verse, and enterlarded with many wonders (1587, 1775, 1776, 1876).
Folio WG30(1984)


Crouch, Humphrey, The Welch traveller, or, The unfortunate Welchman (London, Printed for William Gilbertson, 1657).
Jones, Lloyd, Mr Vogel (Bridgend, Seren, 2004).
WG16.9.J


Parry, John, A Trip to Wales: a Farce in three acts, performed for the first time, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on November 10, 1826 (London, J. Mallett, 1826).


Richards, William, Wallography, or the Briton Described, being a pleasant relation of a journey into Wales (London, Printed for Obadiah Blagrave ..., 1682).


[Torbuck, John], A Collection of Welch Travels, and memoirs of Wales… Collected by J.T. (including i. The BRITON Describ’d, or, a Journey thro’ Wales: Being a pleasant Relation of D__n S___t’s Journey to that Ancient Kingdom… [gweler William Richards Wallography uchod]; ii. A Trip to North Wales; iii. A funeral sermon, preached by the parson of Llangwillin; iv. The Welshman’s Warning-piece, as it was delivered in a sermon in Shropshire; v. The Welch School-master, being some natural observations made in the school of Llandwwswrhwy; vi. Muscipula, sive Kambro-Myo-Maxa (The Mouse-Trap, a poem), (Dublin, John Torbuck, [1740]).

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10. Collections of Pictures and Photographs

 

Pictorial and illustrated guide to North Wales and its watering places. With numerous illustrations and new maps (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1896?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


A pictorial and descriptive guide to North Wales (northern section): Llandudno, The Colwyns, Rhyl, Chester ... [&c.], 11th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1935?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.P


A pictorial and descriptive guide to North Wales (southern section): Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth ... [&c.], 5th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1919?]).
WG6.1.P


A pictorial and descriptive guide to Pwllheli and North Wales (southern section), with a special section for motorists and an appendix for anglers, 8th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1936?]).
WG6.1.P


A Picturesque description of North Wales, embellished with twenty select views from nature (London, T. M’Lean, 1823).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.W


Hints to sketchers in North Wales or, Pictures without pencils (Wrexham, Hughes, [n.d., ca.186-?]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


Photographic memories: a special collection of historical photographs. Welsh counties (Shaftesbury, Dorset, Francis Frith Collection, 1993).
Folio WG6.1.P


The antiquarian and topographical cabinet: containing a series of elegant views of the most interesting objects of curiosity in [Salop, Monmouth, Hereford, Chester and Wales] (London, [S.n.], 1818).
SCOLAR WG6.1.A


The Paragon photo album of Blaenau-Festiniog ([Blaenau Ffestiniog], published by Alun Jones, [n.d., ca. 190-?]).
SCOLAR WG6.21.P


The ruined castles of North Wales, with photographic illustrations by Bedford, Sedgfield, and Ambrose (London, A. W. Bennett, 1864).
SCOLAR WG6.1.R


The tourist in Wales: a series of views of picturesque scenery, towns, castles, antiquities, &c. With historical and topographical notices (London and New York, G. Virtue, [1851]).
WG6.1.W


Allen, Peter, An ABC tour of Wales (Newtown, Gwasg Gregynog, 1994).
WG30(1994)


Batty, Robert, Welsh scenery from drawings (London, John Murray, 1823).
SCOLAR WG6.1.B


Broughton, Brian, Six picturesque views in North Wales, engraved in aquatinta by Aiken, from drawings made on the spot, with poetical reflections on leaving that country (London, Printed for J. Mawman...by T. Bensley..., 1801).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.B


Carter, John, The progress of architecture, illustrated in a series of drawings, taken from existing remains in South Wales; with examples of arches...[&c] (London, Printed by and for J.B. Nichols and Son, 1830).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.C


Catherall, Thomas, Views in North Wales (Chester, T. Catherall, [n.d.]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.C


Court, Alexander Norman, South Wales in colour (Norwich, Jarrold and Sons, [1964]).
WG6.1.C


Cuitt, George, Six etchings, dedicated by permission, to Sir W.W. Wynn...of select parts of castles, in North Wales (Chester, [1813?]).
SCOLAR Atlas Folio WG6.1.C


Dobrzynski, Jan, A postcard from the Wye (Stroud, History Press, 2008).
WG6.1.D


Driver, Toby, Pembrokeshire: historic landscapes from the air (Aberystwyth, CBHC/RCAHMW, 2007).
WG6.27.D


Emery, Gordon, Curious Clwyd: a photographic album of oddities from Northeast Wales (Chester, G. Emery, c1994).
WG6.22.E


Evans, John, 1768-c.1812, [Views in North Wales and Border Counties...] ([London], [Published...], [1788?]).
SCOLAR WG30(1788)


Gastineau, Henry, Twelve views in Denbighshire: dedicated to the Rev. Arthur Jones (London, [s.n.], 1850).
SCOLAR WG6.22.D


Gastineau, Henry, Wales illustrated in a series of views, comprising the picturesque scenery, towns, castles, seats of the nobility & gentry, antiquities, &c. (London, Jones, [1829?]-1830).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.G


Griffith, Wyn, Wales in colour: a collection of colour photographs, British Heritage in Colour series (London, Batsford, 1958).
WG6.1.G


Harding, J. W., Sketches in North Wales (London, printed by Harding and Wright for J. Harding, 1810).
SCOLAR Atlas Folio WG6.1.H


Helme, Andrew (comp.), Monmouth and the River Wye in old photographs from Goodrich to Brockweir, from the collections of Monmouth Museum (Gloucester, Sutton, 1989).
WG4.39.M


Hoare, Richard Colt, A collection of forty-eight views of noblemen’s and gentlemen’s seats, towns, castles, churches, monasteries, and romantic places in north and south Wales, principally from drawings by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, and engraved by the most eminent artists ([London], Published by John and Josiah Boydell..., [1806?]).
SCOLAR WG30(1806)


Howe, George Melvyn, Wales from the air: a survey of the physical and cultural landscape (Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1957).
WG6.1.H


Howson, John Saul, The river Dee: its aspect and history (London, Virtue, Spaulding, & co, [1875]).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.H


Hudson, Rob, From east to west & dawn to dusk: photographs of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast ([s.l.], Church Row Books, 2007).
WG6.28.H


Hughes, Hugh, The Beauties of Cambria, consisting of sixty views, in North and South Wales (London, Printed...by J. Johnson...and sold by...Evans, Caermarthen, 1823).
SCOLAR WG30(1823)


Ince, Joseph Murray, Seven views illustrating the county of Radnor from drawings taken on the spot, and lithographed by J.M.I. (London, James Carpenter, 1832).
SCOLAR Atlas Folio WG6.24.I


Jenkins, David, Come to Wales: publicity photographs from the Great Western Railway 1905-1940 (Cardiff, National Museums and Galleries of Wales, 1998).
WG6.1.J


Jones, Geoffrey A., Images of Wrexham: the County Borough through the camera lens (Wrexham, Bridge Books, 2007).
WG6.22.J


Knight, Charles, The land we live in: a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British Empire (London, Charles Knight, [1847-1850]).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L


Louis, M.L., Sketches of a tour in Wales (Liverpool, John Tompkins, 1839).
SCOLAR WG6.1.L


Louis, M.L., Sketches of some parts of Denbighshire and Flintshire (Liverpool, J. Tomlinson, pr., 1831).
SCOLAR WG6.22.L


Loutherbourg, Phillippe Jacques de, The romantic and picturesque scenery of England and Wales from drawings made expressly for this undertaking by P.J. de Loutherbourg ... with historical and descriptive accounts of the several places of which views are given (London, Printed for R. Bowyer, by T. Bensley, 1805).
SCOLAR Atlas Folio WG6.1.L


Moore, Jeremy, Heart of the country: a photographic diary of Wales (Llandysul, Gomer, 2003).
WG19.M


Moore, Jeremy and Nigel Jenkins, Wales: the lie of the land (Llandysul, Gomer, 1996).
WG6.1.M


Musson, Chris, Wales from the air: patterns of past and present (Aberystwyth, Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Wales, [1994]).
WG6.1.M


National Museum of Wales, Welsh scenery illustrated and explained, 3rd edition (Cardiff, The Museum, 1964).
WG6.N


Nicholson, Samuel and George Nicholson, Plâs Newydd, and Vale Crucis Abbey, correctly drawn from nature and engraved (Liverpool, Published by the Authors, 1824).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.22.N1


Norris, Charles, Etchings of Tenby, including many ancient edifices which have been destroyed, and intended to illustrate the most striking peculiarities in early Flemish architecture. With a short account of that town, and of the principal buildings in its neighbourhood (London, [B.R. Howlett, pr.], 1812).
SCOLAR WG6.27.N, Folio WG6.27.N


North Wales Resorts Association, North Wales pictorial guide (Gloucester, British Publishing Co., [1938]).
WG6.1.N


Pike, Joseph, Cardiff: illustrated throughout from original pencil sketches, rev. ed. (Cardiff, William Lewis, 1950).
WG6.28.P


Poucher, William Arthur, Snowdonia through the lens: Mountain wanderings in wildest Wales (London, Chapman & Hall ltd., 1941).
Folio WG6.21.P


Poucher, William Arthur, The Welsh peaks: a pictorial guide to walking in this region and to the safe ascent of its principal mountain groups, with 235 photographs by the author, 14 maps and 52 routes, 4th edition (London, Constable, 1970).


Rainsbury, Anne, (comp.), Chepstow and the River Wye in old photographs  from the Severn to Tintern, from the collections of Chepstow Museum (Gloucester, Sutton, 1989).
WG4.39.C


Robinson, J.E.H., The ruins and scenery of South Wales: from drawings after nature (London, Published by R. Ackerman, [between 1832 and 1850?]),
SCOLAR Folio WG6.1.R


Rowntree, Kenneth, A prospect of Wales: a series of water-colours (London, Penguin Books, [1948]).
WG4.R


Stevens, H. Beresford, Picturesque towns and villages of England & Wales (London, Ed. J. Burrow, [1928?]).
WG6.1.S


Tillotson, John, Picturesque scenery in Wales (London, T.J. Allman, [1860]; 1972).
SCOLAR WG6.1.T


Wainwright, A., A North Wales sketchbook (Kendal, Westmorland Gazette, 1982.)
WG6.1.W


Waudby, A.J., Sketches on the Wye (London, Thos. McLean, 1839).
SCOLAR Folio WG6.29.W


Wood, John George, The principal rivers of Wales illustrated, consisting of a series of views from the source of each river to its mouth.  Accompanied by descriptions, historical, topographical, and picturesque (London, Printed for the author, by T. Bensley..., 1813).
SCOLAR Folio WG30(1813)


Yerburgh, David S., A tour of the abbeys, priories & cathedrals of Wales: an itinerant’s exhibition: a pictorial journey around the major abbeys, priories and cathedrals of Wales, illustrated by engravings in the collections of the National Library of Wales and of Canon David Yerburgh ([Salisbury], [the author?], [1999?]).
WG6.1.Y


Yerburgh, David S., An attempt to depict Hafod, the seat of Thomas Johnes, Esq. M.P. from 1783-1813: a pictorial journey around the estate of Hafod (Salisbury, D.S. Yerburgh, [2000?]).
Architecture: Main 942.96107Y


Yerburgh, David S., An attempt to depict the Vale of Neath in South Wales: a pictorial journey around the Vale of Neath as undertaken by William Weston Young in 1835 (Salisbury, D. Yerburgh, [2001]).
WG6.28.Y


Yerburgh, David S., An attempt to depict the Brecon Beacons National Park, or the Southern Cambrian Mountains: an artistic impression based upon a series of engravings in four parts: 1. the Black Mountains, 2. The Brecon Beacons, 3. Fforest Fawr, 4. the Black Mountain (Salisbury, Revd. Canon David Yerburgh, 2004).
In Cataloguing 03/02/09


Yerburgh, David S., An attempt to depict the castles of the Welsh Princes: an artistic impression (Salisbury, Revd. Canon David Yerburgh, 2006).
WG6.1.Y


Yerburgh, David S, An attempt to depict the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the places of interest surrounding the Park: an artistic impression based on 18th & 19th century engravings (Salisbury, Revd. Canon David Yerburgh, 2007).
WG6.1.Y


Yerburgh, David S., The beauties of the ancient counties of Wales: an attempt to depict the ancient counties of Wales & [sic], illustrated with 18th and 19th century engravings (Salisbury, Revd. Canon David Yerburgh, 2008).
WG6.1.Y

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Diana Luft
School of Welsh
Cardiff University