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" The beauties are so uncommonly excellent, that the most exact critic in landscape would scarcely wish to alter a position in the assemblage of woods, cliffs, ruins, and water. "
The Cambrian traveller's guide, and pocket companion [by G. Nicholson]. - Page 194
by George Nicholson - 1840
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The Wye tour, or Gilpin on the Wye

Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, William Gilpin - 1822
...visited any town, whose picturesque situation surpasses that of Chepstow," and Mr. Wyndham asserts that " the beauties are so uncommonly excellent, that the...the assemblage of woods, cliffs, ruins and water." The first object is the castle, lining the .whole length of a projecting rock, and a very fine remain....
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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
...any town, whose picturesque situation surpasses that of Chepstow," and Mr. Wyndhatn asserts that " the beauties are so uncommonly excellent, that the...the assemblage of woods, cliffs, ruins and water." The first object is the Castle, lining the whole length of a projecting rock, and a very fine rarnain....
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Wales illustrated, views engr. from drawings by H. Gastineau, accompanied by ...

1830
...visited any town whose picturesque situation surpasses that of Chepstow ;" and Mr. Wyndham asserts that " The beauties are so uncommonly excellent, that the...Cheapian Stowe, meaning a place of traffic. The castle was built and inhabited by the earls of Striguil or Chepstow. It is situated upon the brow of a precipice,...
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Wales Illustrated: In a Series of Views : Comprising the Picturesque Scenery ...

Engraving - 1830 - 18 pages
...visited any town whose picturesque situation surpasses that of Chepstow ;" and Mr. Wyndham asserts that " The beauties are so uncommonly excellent, that the...castle. The name was probably derived from Cheapian Siowe, meaning a place of traffic. The castle was built and inhabited by the earls of Striguil or Chepstow....
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The Wye tour, or Gilpin on the Wye

Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, William Gilpin - 1834
...Cbepstow," and Mr. Wyndham asserts that the "beauties are so uncommonly excellent that the mostexact critic in landscape, would scarcely wish to alter...the assemblage of woods, cliffs; ruins and water." The first object is the CASTLE, lining the whole length of a projecting rock, and a very fine remain....
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Volume 3

1847
...finest." (" The Wye and ite Axtociatiom," by Lcitch Ritchie.) Another tourist describes the beauties as so " uncommonly excellent, that the most exact critic...the assemblage of woods, cliffs, ruins, and water." Among these VOL. III. features, the Wye and its banks are conspicuous. The ridge of cliff on the left...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volumes 3-4

Anna Maria Hall - 1847
...Associations," by l.< ilck Rildtie.) Another tourist describes the beauties as so " uncommonly eicellent, that the most exact critic in landscape would scarcely...the assemblage of woods, cliffs, ruins, and water." Among these TOL. tn. features, the Wye- and its banks are conspicuous. The ridge of cliff on the left...
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Hillman's illustrated historical handbook for tourists to Chepstow ... and ...

S. H - 1878
...visited any town whose picturesqe situation surpassed that of Chepstow," and Mr. Wyndham too, that "the beauties are so uncommonly excellent, that the...position in the assemblage of woods, cliffs, ruins, or water." The ruins of the old castle, the ivy-clad and mouldering walls that enclose the town —...
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