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" ... on the left, and is the .grand feature of the view. It is not a broad fractured face of rock; but. rather a woody hill, from which large rocky projections in two or three places, burst out, rudely hung with twisting branches and... "
The Wye tour, or Gilpin on the Wye - Page 48
by Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, William Gilpin - 1834
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Observations on the River Wye: And Several Parts of South Wales, &c ...

William Gilpin - Aesthetics - 1789 - 152 pages
...in this part ; and takes a fweep round a towering promontory of rock ; which forms the fide-fcreen on the left ; and is the grand feature of the view....of rock; but rather a woody hill, from which large projections, in two or three places, burft out ; rudely hung with twifting branches, and fhaggy furniture;...
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Observations on the River Wye: And Several Parts of South Wales, &c ...

William Gilpin - Aesthetics - 1800 - 154 pages
...ufual in this part ; and takes a fweep round a towering promontory of rock; which forms the fide-fcreen on the left, and is the grand feature of the view....which large rocky projections, in two or three places, burft out ; rudely hung with twifting branches and fhaggy furniture, which, like mane round the lion's...
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The excursion down the Wye, from Ross to Monmouth: including ... memoirs and ...

Charles Heath, John Kyrle - 1808
...rugged and stoney, but goins with gravity I"'"1* »he ir.ccmvenienc':, X forms forms the side screen" on the left, and is the grand feature of the view....of rock, but rather a woody hill, from which large projections, in two or three places, burst out ; rudely hung with twisting branches, and shaggy furniture,...
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The Wye tour: or Gilpin on the Wye, with picturesque additions, from ...

William Gilpin - Wye, River (Wales and England) - 1826 - 183 pages
...particularly in this part of the river, as Linnseus called Plants, and Officers do newly discovered Countries, by the names of friends. This rock pillar...in two or three places, burst out, rudely hung with twisting branches and' shaggy furniture, which like mane round the lion's head, give a more savage...
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The Cambrian tourist; or, Post-chaise companion through Wales ...

History - 1828 - 316 pages
...assize circuit. Gilpin, considering New Wen- as the second grand scene on the Wye, thus describes it : " The river is wider than usual in this part, and takes...round a towering promontory of rock, which forms the side screen on the left, and is the grand feature of the view. On the right side of the river the bank...
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Leigh's guide to Wales & Monmouthshire

Samuel Leigh (publisher.) - 1835
...salmon, having been removed some time ago. Mr. Gilpin termed this the second grand scene on the Wye. The river is wider than usual in this part, and takes a sweep round a lowering promontory of rock which forms the side- screen on the left, and is the grand feature of the...
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Leigh's guide to Wales & Monmouthshire

Samuel Leigh (publisher.) - 1839
...salmon, having been removed some time ago. Mr. Gilpin termed this the second grand scene on the Wye. The river is wider than usual in this part, and takes...rock, but rather a woody hill, from which large rocky crags project, covered with twisting branches and innumerable pendant shrubs. Near the top is a pointed...
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The Book of South Wales, the Wye, and the Coast

Mrs. S. C. Hall - Wales, South - 1861 - 152 pages
...remains of some iron-works, to assist which it ia aaid the weir was constructed at this spot. " New Weir is not a broad fractured face of rock, but, rather, a woody hill, from which large rockv projections, in two or three places, burst out, rudely hung with twisting branches and shaggy...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, and ...

John Murray (Firm) - Gloucestershire (England) - 1872 - 409 pages
...fishery. On the rt. bank is the lofty encampment of the Great Doward, jagged with many quarries. " The river is wider than usual in this part, and takes a sweep round the towering promontory which forms a side screen on the 1., and is the grand feature of the view....
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