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acclivities accommodation ADJACENT BAYS admirable ancient architecture Bacon Hole bathing Battery beautiful Bishopston Valley boat bones Bracelet Bay Bristol Channel building Caswell Bay cave Chapel delightful Devonshire coast Dillwyn distance dredging eastern erected Establishment excursionist fish font formed gentlemen ghosts Gothic style Gower Hotel Ilfracombe Langland Bay lighthouse rock limestone locality London look low water marine Methodists miles mortar MUMBLES AND ADJACENT Mumbles road Neath Abbey neighbourhood objects of interest obtained once a week Oxwich Oystermouth Castle oysters Park Mill PLAIN AND FANCY pleasantly situated portcullis preserved Primitive Methodists relic of antiquity residence Return Tickets Roadstead rocky romantic Rotherslade round rugged sail scenery season ship side Silks Singleton smuggler South Wales STEAM PACKET structure Swansea Bay Swansea Castle things Thistleboon tower twenty feet vessels village Visitors will find Vivian Welsh whipping post WIND STREET
Page 43 - in Swansea Church, on which are to be seen the effigies of Sir Matthew Cradock and the Lady Catherine, his wife, the widow of the famous Perkin Warbeck,
Page 38 - enchanting prospects. The pleasure gardens are extensive, and laid out with remarkable taste and judgment. A series of imitative fonts are placed about the mansion, and serve the purpose of
Page 42 - The town has risen with a rapidity unequalled in the history of the Principality, from a comparatively insignificant place, to a degree of commercial and manufacturing- importance, which
Page 38 - In the house, which is most elegantly fitted up, is a very fine portrait of Sir Hussey, afterwards Lord Vivian, who was
Page 41 - munificent owner of Singleton; and pictures that illustrate stirring passages in his military career. There are ten or twelve lodges in Singleton
Page 42 - the fifteenth century, and aspired to the hand of Elizabeth Woodville, afterwards Queen of Edward IV.
Page 12 - now vested, in the person of his Grace the Duke of Beaufort.
Page 38 - of Flemish architecture, the latter supposed to have been a Flemish Court of Justice.