Guide to the Mumbles and adjacent buys

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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 42 - Some idea of the extent of this trade may be formed from the fact, that upwards of a million and a half of
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.
Page 43 - is unfortunately, so much concealed with houses, that it is only visible at particular

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