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Composite volume made up by Robert Graham, being the record of a tour, 1849, in the Lake District, North Wales, the Wye Valley Bristol, Cheddar, Glastonbury and Wells, Longleat, Stonehenge and Salisbury, the New Forest and Southampton., 1849.

Identifier: MS.16055

Scope and Contents

Of the printed items, the following have been described fully in the Catalogue of Printed Books (see ‘External documents’ for a link to the records):

“Crosthwaite's celebrated museum” ([Keswick], [1849]) (folio 26); ‘The triumph of science’ by R Stephenson (Carnarvon, 1849) (folios 49-65); “The tourist's guide to Britannia Bridge” by Thomas Jackson (Bangor, 1849) (folios 66-83); ‘General description of the Britannia and Conway tubular bridges on the Chester & Holyhead Railway’ (London 1849) (folios 84-106); ‘Ross prospect’ by W R (?1840) (folios 157-158); “Lines, written at the King's Arms Inn, Ross” (folio 159); 'A handbook to St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol’ (Bristol, 1848) (folios 189-230); ‘Church of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol’ ([Bristol], [?1846]) (folios 231-248); 'Some account of Cheddar, its cliffs and its caves' (Bristol, 1842) (folios 257-275); 'The Avalonian guide to the town of Glastonbury, and its environs' (Bridgwater, 1848) (folios 285-320); 'Conjectures relative to Stonehenge, a Druidical temple, on Salisbury Plain’ by William Camden and others (Salisbury, 1838) (folios 321-346); 'A new guide to Salisbury and its vicinity' by John Hearn (Salisbury, 1849) (folios 347-376); 'A plan of Old Sarum' by Henry Wansey (Sarum, [circa 1840]) (folio 377).


  • Creation: 1849.

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386 Leaves ; Octavo.


386 folios.


Major printed items have been entered in the Catalogue of Printed Books.

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