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A pedestrian tour through North Wales, in a series of letters

by J. Hucks

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Published by University of Wales Press in Cardiff .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wales, North
    • Subjects:
    • Hucks, J., 1772-1800,
    • Wales, North -- Description and travel

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby J. Hucks ; edited by Alun R. Jones and William Tydeman.
      ContributionsJones, Alun R., Tydeman, William.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA740.N6 H8 1979
      The Physical Object
      Paginationlxvii, 114 p. :
      Number of Pages114
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4182104M
      ISBN 100708307035
      LC Control Number80460052

      The earliest published account of the Mari Lwyd appeared in in J. Evans' A Tour through Part of North Wales, in the year , and at Other Times. Although the book itself focused on North Wales, the chapter in which the passage was included discussed the language and customs of .   Operator: Routemaster4Hire Two hour-long summer tours leave riverside Llangollen on open-toppers: head up into the wild hills of north Wales to a .

      A pedestrian tour of two thousand three hundred miles, in North America: to the lakes, the Canadas, and the New England states: performed in the autumn of embellished with views by Stansbury, P. (Philip), ? 2. ‘Letters written during a Tour through South Wales in the year and at other times containing Views of the History, Antiquities, and Customs of that part of the Principality,’ &c., 8vo, London, 3. ‘Monmouthshire’ in vol. xi. of Brayley and Britton's ‘Beauties of England and Wales,’ 8vo, London, 4.

      North Wales has a very different accent from South Wales. Last year in the bookshop I had two older ladies come in from the cruise ship and they had accents very close t The book was written by David Crystal and his son, a Shakespearean actor, Ben/5(67). The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Joseph Cradock (Cradock, Joseph, ) Cradock, Joseph, Letters From Snowdon: Descriptive of a Tour Through the Northern Counties of Wales (London: Printed for J. Ridley, ) (page images in Germany) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Additional books from the extended shelves.


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Bentfield Hucks was born on £ THE PEDESTRIAN'S TOUR THROUGH NORTH WALES A TOUR Written by G.J. Bennett. Illustrated by A. Clint. Stock no. Published by Henry Colburn. 1st. William Gerard Walmesley, Illustrations (at the end) by William Latham, ‘Journal of a Pedestrian Tour made in north Wales during the month of June,by William Gerard Walmesley and William Latham’.London Metropolitan Archives, CLC//MS, p.

Print, in Hone’s Table Book. North Wales, one of Britain's oldest established tourist regions, offers an abundance of excellent holiday attractions within a relatively small area.

Road signs proclaiming "Croeso i Gymru" ("Welcome to Wales") greet visitors as they enter the country and bear witness to the warm, inviting hospitality of the Welsh. Tourists on the summit of Snowdon and the huts in which shelter and refreshments could be found.

This site contains classified extracts from over 1, published and manuscript accounts of tours of and guide books to Wales, Author: Michael Freeman, curator of Ceredigion Museum, Aberystwyth, It was originally. Tourists' Guide to North Wales, etc (; 8 images, 5 plates; 1 map) The pictorial guide and itinerary for the railways and coast-roads of North Wales.

Containing sketches (; images, 2 plates; 1 map) Hartley's illustrated coaching guide to North Wales (; 39 images, 9 plates; 2 maps) Through North Wales with a knapsack. Deep underground in North Snowdonia. Location: Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Blaenau Ffestiniog LL41 3NB North Wales is home to miles and miles of caverns beneath Snowdonia.

Zip World Caverns are located a mile away from the village of Blaenau Ffestiniog and are home to the world’s largest underground zip well as a series of zip lines that leads adventurers through an. Hucks has written: 'A pedestrian tour through North Wales, in a series of letters' -- subject(s): Description and travel Load More.

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Cardiff council have revealed plans for how the city will cope with the "new normal". The son of Joseph Hucks of Knaresborough; educated at Eton, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, and the Inner Temple, he was a college friend of Coleridge. He published A Pedestrian Tour Through North Wales, in a Series of Letters ().

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