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Francis Grose, North and South Wales : some views of Welsh castles, &c., with descriptions, and accurate maps of some counties (1774-76).
Francis Grose, North and South Wales : some views of Welsh castles, &c., with descriptions, and accurate maps of some counties (1774-76).

18th-20th century books on travel to specific Welsh counties and local authorities.

Berry, David, Walks around Anglesey / Ynys Môn (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2009).

Hughes, Margaret, Anglesey Summer (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).

Jackson, Thomas, Reminiscences of five days’ rambles in the Isle of Holyhead... (Holyhead, The Booksellers, [1856]).

Jackson, Thomas, Visitor’s hand-book for Holyhead: comprising a history of the town, the antiquities and sublime scenery of the mountain... (London, Smith and Sons, 1853).

Miller, Ruth, Birds, boots and butties: Anglesey (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).

Salter, Mike, Island of Anglesey coast path ([Malvern], Folly Publications, [2007]).

Skinner, John, ‘Ten days’ tour through the Isle of Anglesey December 1802’ in Archaeologia Cambrensis (July, 1908).

Steele, Philip, Môn, mam Cymru: the Anglesey guide (Llansadwrn, MAGMA, 1990).

Baker-Gabb, Richard, Hills and vales of the Black Mountain district, on the borders of Brecon, Monmouth and Hereford (Llangrove, Ross-on-Wye, T. Pridgeon, 1976).

Baldwin, F., Brecon and its scenery: the tourists’ handbook to the best walks round Brecon with complete directions and two maps and panoramic view, specially prepared for this guide; to which are now added articles on the flora and geology of the district, 2nd ed. (Brecon, printed and published by Edwin Davies, [1894]).

Barber, Chris, 40 Classic Walks in the Brecon Beacons (Abergavenny, Blorenge Books, 2009).

Brecon, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993). Round about guides

Brereton, John Maurice, Brecon Beacons National Park (Newton Abbot,  David & Charles, c1990).

Brinn, David and Roger Tiley, Hiraeth: images of the Brecon Beacons (Brecon, Depa Trading, 1994).

Builth Wells Official Guide Committee, Builth Wells, Llanfair-ym-Muallt: official guide ([s.l.], [s.n.], 1992).

Builth Wells, and the surrounding area… (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Butler, Daniel, Troedio Llwybrau natur ym Mharc Cenedlaethol Bannau Brycheiniog (Aberhonddu, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, 2006).

Davies, David Peter, Builth Wells and its vicinity (Builth Wells, C. Sirett, 1867).

Douglas, Sarah, Brecon Beacons National Park: a landscape to enjoy and conserve (Brecon, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, [1997?]).

Evans, Christopher J., Breconshire (Cambridge, University Press, 1912).

Farr, Martyn, Dan yr Ogof: the jewel of Welsh caves (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 1999).

Hay Urban District Council, Hay-on-Wye, Breconshire: the official guide, 8th ed. ([Cheltenham], Ed. J. Burrow, [195-?]).

Hay-on-Wye, town of books: information guide (Hay-on-Wye, Hay-on-Wye Tourist Information Bureau, 2001-).

Hughes, Wendy, Story of Brecknock (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1995).

Hutton, Tom, Portrait of the Brecon Beacons (Wellington, Somerset, Halsgrove, 2008).

Jenkins, Nick, Walks with history: circular walks in the Black Mountains (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).

Jenkins, Nick, Walks with history: circular walks in the Western Beacons (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2000).

Lansdell, T.W., Builth Wells Urban District, Breconshire: the official guide, 2nd ed. ([Croydon], [The Home Publishing Co.], [195-?]).

Mason, Edmund John and John H. Barrett, Portrait of the Brecon Beacons and surrounding areas (London, Hale, 1975).

Pryse, John, Pryse’s handbook to the Breconshire and Radnorshire mineral springs, with various descriptive journeys and excursions therefrom to numerous places of interest in central Wales (Llanidloes, Pryse, [1860?]).

Ross, Alastair, Walking in the Brecon Beacons National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).

Symons, Sarah, Wonders of Dan yr Ogof (Talybont, Lolfa, 2003).

Williams, James, Brecon and its neighbourhood, containing descriptions of the town, the 'roads, rivers, & rails,'... (Brecon, Brecon County Times, [1867]).

Yerburgh, David S., An attempt to depict the Brecon Beacons National Park, or the Southern Cambrian Mountains: an artistic impression based upon a series of engravings in four parts: 1. the Black Mountains, 2. The Brecon Beacons, 3. Fforest Fawr, 4. the Black Mountain (Salisbury, Revd. Canon David Yerburgh, 2004).

Bala, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Bayne, James, Tourist’s guide to the antiquities of Conway Castle town and neighbourhood, with descriptive notices of the tubular suspension bridges, &c (Conway, W. Bridges, [1852]).

Berry, David, Walks around Y Bala and Penllyn (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2005).

Berry, David, Walks on the Llŷn Peninsula (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2007).

Bransby, James Hews, Description of Llanberis and the Snowdon district (Carnarvon, Printed by J. Rees, 1845).

Bransby, James Hews, Descriptive and historical sketch of Beddgelert and its neighbourhood (London, T.M. Cradock, 1840).

Bridge, William, Conway and its 'Lions': containing a particular account ... of the tubular bridge; to which is added, a description of the ... town... (London, Newman, pr., 1848).

Bridge, William, Tourist’s guide to Llandudno (Great Orme’s Head) and its picturesque neighbourhood (Conway, William Bridge, [ca. 1850]).

Britannia viaduct: a new wonder of the world... (Carnarvon, L.E. Jones, pr., [1849]).

Burnett, Michael, Walks around the Rhinogs north of Dolgellau in the Snowdonia National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2004).

Caernarfon, and the surrounding area… (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Caernarfon, gwybodaeth i ymwelwyr: beth i’w weld a’i wneud = Caernarfon, a visitors guide: what to see and do ([Caernarfon], 100% Caernarfon Cyf., [2004?])

Caernarvon: a royal borough ([Cardiff], [The Wales Tourist Board], [n.d., ca. 1967?])

Clark, Edwin, General description of the Britannia and Conway tubular bridges on the Chester & Holyhead Railway (London, Chapman & Hall, 1849).

Coburn, Alvin Langdon, Book of Harlech (Harlech, D.H. Parry, 1920).

Colwyn Bay/Llandudno, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Condry, William, Snowdonia (Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1987).

Cumming, T.G., Description of the iron bridges of suspension now erecting over the strait of Menai, at Bangor, and over the river Conway, in North Wales with two views: also some account of the different bridges of suspension in England and Scotland; particularly of Captain S. Brown’s iron bar bridge over the river Tweed. With remarks on the proposed suspension bridge over the river Mercy, at Runcorn Gap; and some calculations of the strength of malleable iron, founded on experiments; by T. G. Cumming, surveyor (London, Printed for J. Taylor, 1824).

Cumming, T.G., Description of the iron bridges of suspension now erecting over the strait of Menai, at Bangor, and over the river Conway, in North Wales with two views: also some account of the different bridges of suspension in England and Scotland; particularly of Captain S. Brown’s iron bar bridge over the river Tweed. With remarks on the proposed suspension bridge over the river Mercy, at Runcorn Gap; and some calculations of the strength of malleable iron, founded on experiments; by T. G. Cumming, surveyor (London, Printed for J. Taylor, 1824).

Cyngor Sir Gwynedd, Llwybr tref Caernarfon = Caernarfon town trail ([s.l.], Cyngor Sir Gwynedd, 1993).

Davidson, James Bridge, Conway in the stereoscope with notes, descriptive and historical… illustrated by Roger Fenton (London, Lovell Reeve, 1860).

Description of the Conway tubular bridge, and castle (Chester, Thomas Catherall, 1848).

Descriptive sketch of Bangor, the suspension bridge over the Menai, Beaumaris, Holyhead, Carnarvon, Snowdon, and Conway, 2nd ed. (Derby, Mozley & Son, [1831]).

Descriptive sketch of Bangor, the suspension bridge over the Menai, Beaumaris, Holyhead, Carnarvon, Snowdon, and Conway, 2nd ed. (Derby, Mozley & Son, [1831]).

Deudraeth Rural District Council, Deudraeth Rural District including Harlech, Llanbedr, Llanfair, Llanfrothen, Maentwrog, Penrhyndeudraeth, Talsarnau, Llandecwyn and Trawsfynydd: the official guide (Penrhyndeudraeth, Deudraeth Rural District Council, [1970?]).

Dolgellau, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Edwards, Ioan Mai, Gwlad Llŷn (Llandybïe, Llyfrau’r Dryw, 1968).

Great Britain. Forestry Commission in Wales, Walks in Gwydyr Forest (Llanrwst, Forestry Commission, [n.d., ca. 1975?]).

Great Britain. Forestry Commission, Gwydyr Forest Trail (Aberystwyth, Office of Conservator of Forestry for North Wales, 1970).

Guide to Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan and North Wales (northern section), Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides, 13th edition (London. Ward Lock & Co., [1950]).

Gwynedd County Council, Llwybr tref Caernarfon = Caernarfon town trail ([s.l.], Cyngor Sir Gwynedd, 1993).

Hamilton, Dorothy, Circular walks around Beddgelert (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2007).

Handbook to the most romantic spots in the neighbourhood of Bangor...([Beaumaris], [Enoch Jones, pr.], 1844).

Handbook to the most romantic spots in the neighbourhood of Bangor...([Beaumaris], [Enoch Jones, pr.], 1844).

Herman, David, Hillwalkers’ North Snowdonia: 29 one-day walks in the mountains of North-west Wales (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2008).

Heywood, John, John Heywood’s illustrated guide to Snowdon, Llanberis, and Beddgelert (Manchester, John Heywood, [between 1893 and 1919]).

Hicklin, John, Hand-book to Llandudno and its vicinity (London, Whittaker & Co., [1858]).

Hicklin, John, Llandudno and its vicinity (London, Hamilton, Adams & Co., [1856]).

Hope, Maurice, Shores of Penrhyn Llŷn: the Llyn Peninsula (Derby, Breedon, 2007).

Humphreys’s guide to the summit of Snowdon: embellished with a fine steel engraving (Carnarvon, H. Humphreys, [1850?]).

Jackson, Thomas, Reminiscences of a visit to Llandudno in winter... (Llandudno, [s.n.], [1861]).

Jackson, Thomas, Tourist’s guide to Britannia Bridge, containing a descriptive account of the towers, tubes, and stages ... also, a particular account of the Conway Tubular Bridge, the Grand Menai Suspension Bridge, and other interesting information, 2nd ed. (London, Smith, 1849).

Jackson, Thomas, Visitor’s guide to the Suspension Bridge over the Menai Straits... (London, Partridge, Oakley and Co., [1853]).

Jones, Dewi, Tywysyddion Eryri, ynghyd â Nodiadau ar Lysieuaeth yr ardal (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1993).

Jones, Eluned Bebb, Crwydro Bro Ffestiniog: darlith a draddodwyd i Gymdeithas y Fainc Sglodion ar nos Iau, Mawrth 7fed, 1996, Cymdeithas y Fainc Sglodion, Darlith flynyddol Llyfrgell Blaenau Ffestiniog 1996 (Caernarfon, Cyngor Sir Gwynedd, Adran Diwylliant a Hamdden, 1996).

Jones, Harry Longueville, Illustrations of the natural scenery of the Snowdonian Mountains, accompanied by a description, topographical and historical, of the county of Caernarvon (London, Tilt, 1829).

Jones, Ivor Wynne, Llandudno, queen of the Welsh resorts (Cardiff, John Jones Cardiff, 1975).

Jones, Robert Gerallt, Bardsey: a fortnight’s journal translated from the original Welsh by the author ([Market Drayton], Tern Press, 1976).

Jones, Tom, Dilyn afon Dwyfor (Llanrwst, Gwasg Cerrig Gwalch, 2002).

Llawlyfr i Drefriw, Llanrwst, a Bettws-y-coed, gyda map o’r gymydogaeth (Caernarfon, argraffwyd a chyhoeddwyd gan Rees and Evans, [1872]).

Lloyd, John Edward, Carnarvonshire (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1914).

Llwyd, Richard, Beaumaris Bay, the shores of the Menai, and the interior of Snowdonia, new ed. (Chester, J. Parry for the author; London, H. Hughes, 1832).

Lynch, Frances, Gwynedd (Cardiff, Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments, 2001).

MacArthur, David Wilson, River Conway (London, Cassell, 1952).

Marshall, Des, Local walks around Tywyn in the Snowdonia National Park (Machynlleth, Kittiwake, 2008).

Meek, Elin, Yr Wyddfa = Snowdon (Llandysul, Gomer, 2007).

Miller, Ruth, Birds, boots and butties: Conwy Valley / Eastern Snowdonia (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).

National Trust (Great Britain), Garden at Bodnant: the residence of Lord and Lady Aberconway ([London], [National Trust], [n.d., 1970?]).

National Trust (Great Britain), Llyn: a special place = lle arbennig (Llandeilo, National Trust (Wales), 1998).

North, Frederick John, Snowdonia: the national park of North Wales (London, Collins, 1949).

Official guide to Bangor, North Wales, with list of hotels, boarding houses, restaurants and estate agents and with street plan inside back cover (Glasgow, John Miller, [1962]).

Official guide to Snowdon by the Snowdon Mountain Tramroad (Llanberis, Snowdon Mountain Tramroad & Hotels Co. Ltd., [190-?]).

Owain, Eryl, Deunaw o Deithiau Cerdded ym Meirionnydd (Capel Garmon, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1987).

Owen, Emyr, Moduro Gwynedd (Tal-y-bont, Y Lolfa, 1977).

Panoramic sketch and a short description of the Eryri Hills, or, Caernarvonshire Mountains, as seen from Anglesey, with names of the principal objects, 2nd ed. rev. (Chester, Thomas, 1851).

Paragon photo album of Blaenau-Festiniog ([Blaenau Ffestiniog], published by Alun Jones, [n.d., ca. 190-?]).

Parry, Richard (Gwalchmai), Llandudno visitor’s hand-book, with historical notices of the neighbourhood including the ancient town of Conway (Llandudno, Thomas Williams, 1855).

Parry, Richard (Gwalchmai), Llandudno: its history and natural history, comprising a brief sketch of the antiquities, natural productions, and romantic scenery of the town and neighbourhood (Llandudno, Thomas Williams, 1861).

Peacock, William F., Welsh Mountains, on and over them, being personal ascents of Snowdon, Cader Idris, and Pymlimon (London, Simpkin and Co., 1855).

Pennant, Thomas, Journey to Snowdon (London, Henry Hughes, 1781).

Perrin, Jim, Visions of Snowdonia: landscape and legend (London, BBC Books, 1997).

Phillips, Olive, Ancient kingdom of Gwent, Monmouthshire (London, The Saint Catherine Press, 1947).

Porthmadog, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Poucher, William Arthur, Snowdonia through the lens: Mountain wanderings in wildest Wales (London, Chapman & Hall ltd., 1941).

Price, John, Llandudno and how to enjoy it (Llandudno, Simpkin, Marshall, & Co, 1875).

Quenby, Ron, Bala, lake of beauty: the story of Llyn Tegid (Hardwick House Publishing, 1992).

Rawson, Jerry, Vision of Snowdonia (Wellington, Halsgrove, 2008).

Rees, Ioan Bowen, Dolgellau: Cynteddoedd Nefoedd ([Y Drenewydd], Gwasg Gregynog, [1998]).

Roberts, Enid, A’u Bryd ar Ynys Enlli (Tal-y-bont, Y Lolfa, 1993).

Roberts, Owen Owen, Vale of Conway Spa, or, Observations upon the medicinal properties of the Trefriw Waters (Carnarvon, James Rees, pr, 1853).

Roberts, R. Russell, Pocket guide to Snowdon, 3rd ed. (Helsby, Cheshire, Mara, 2007).

Roberts, Thomas, Short account of Bedd-Kill-Hart; or Bethgelart, and its neighbourhood (Caernarvon, T. Roberts, pr., 1801).

Roberts, Thomas, Short account of Caernarvon, and Bedd-Kill-Hart; or, Beddgelart, &c. (Caernarvon, T. Roberts, pr., 1806).

Rogers, Carl, Pocket guide to Snowdonia’s best mountain walks (Frodsham, Mara, 2008).

Salt, Henry, On Cambrian and Cumbrian hills: pilgrimages to Snowdon and Scawfell (London, Arthur C. Fifield, 1908).

Salter, Dave and Dave Worrall, Walks with history: walks from the Welsh Highland Railway – Part 1. Caernarfon to Rhyd-Du (Pwllheli, Gwasg Llygad Gwalch, 2009).

Senior, Michael, Eryri: the story of Snowdonia (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1999).

Slate Valleys Initiative (Gwynedd, Wales), Llwybrau’r dyffrynnoedd llechi = Slate valley paths ([s.l., Menter Ardal y Llechen, 2005?].

Smith, John, Guide to Bangor, Beaumaris, and Snowdonia, with a map (Liverpool, E. & J. Smith, pr., 1829).

Smith, John, Guide to Bangor, Beaumaris, and Snowdonia, with a map (Liverpool, E. & J. Smith, pr., 1829).

Stranger’s best guide to Bangor, Penrhyn Castle and the slate quarries, and through the most picturesque scenery of Carnarfonshire... (Bangor, T. Catherall, [1856]).

Stranger’s best guide to Bangor, Penrhyn Castle and the slate quarries, and through the most picturesque scenery of Carnarfonshire... (Bangor, T. Catherall, [1856]).

Stranger’s best guide to Llandudno and the Great Orme’s Head... (Bangor, T. Catherall, [1856?]).

Thomas, E. (comp.), Griffith’s visitors’ guide to Llanbedr and district: a guide to walks, excursions, and places of interest (Llanbedr, R. Griffith, [1909?]).

Thomas, Gwyn and Jeremy Moore, Blaenau Ffestiniog (Llandysul, Gwasg Gomer, 2007).

Tomos, Dewi, Cerdded Gwynedd (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1995).

Tomos, Dewi, Crwydro Bro Lleu: 16 Taith Cerdded yn Nyffryn Nantle a’r Cylch (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 1990).

Tomos, Dewi, O Gwmpas y Foel: Teithiau cerdded yn ardal Caer’r Gors, cartref Kate Roberts (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2007).

Tourist’s guide to the romantic beauties, bays, and other objects of interest at the rising and fashionable watering places of Llandudno and Great Orme’s Head... (Liverpool, Smith, Rogerson, pr., 1849).

Tourists’ guide, to the shores of the Menai Straits, containing a description of Bangor, Beaumaris, Carnarvon, Conway, &c.... (Bangor, J. Brown, pr., 1832).

Trip to Conway, and five days in Wales... (London, Whittaker, Treacher, 1837).

Trip to the suspension bridge over the Menai Straits, to Carnarvon, the Lakes of Llanberis, Snowdon, Beddgelert, Capel Cerig, Llannwryst, Conway, and Beaumaris (Stockport, J. Lomax, pr., 1827).

Views of Llandudno and its neighbourhood (Chester, Catherall & Prichard, [n.d.]).

Visitor’s guide to Bangor, Bethesda, the Penrhyn slate quarries, and the surrounding mountain sceneries comprising a descriptive account of the principal objects of interest to the tourist in these picturesque localities (Bethesda, R. Jones, 1853).

Visitor’s guide to Bangor, Bethesda, the Penrhyn slate quarries, and the surrounding mountain sceneries comprising a descriptive account of the principal objects of interest to the tourist in these picturesque localities (Bethesda, R. Jones, 1853).

Walmsley, Hugh Mulleneux, Llandudno as it is, 2nd ed. (London, Hall, [c1867]).

Williams, Arthur Wynn, King Arthur’s Well, Llandeiniolen, near Caernarvon: a chalybeate spring equal to any of the German spas, with directions for its use; also, A description of British and Druidical remains, and other objects of interest, in the neighbourhood (Caernarvon, H. Humphreys, pr, 1858).

Williams, Hugh, Parish of Llanrug, Carnarvonshire, with an account of the restoration of the parish church (Liverpool : The Mersey Stationery Co., 1907).

Williams, Merfyn, Snowdonia: the official National Park guide ([Newton Abbot], Pevensey Press, 2000).

Williams, Peter Bayley, Tourist’s guide through the county of Caernarvon (Caernarvon, J. Hulme, 1821).

Williams, R. Thomas, Diwrnod yn Nolgellau: y Lleodd mwyaf Dyddoral y gellir ymweled â hwy yn y Dref a’r Gymydogaeth (Caernarfon, W. Gwenlyn Evans, 1904).

Williams, Thomas, of Llandudno, Williams’s complete guide to Llandudno: the tenth thousand of Llandudno, its history and natural history... (Llandudno, Thomas Williams, [1864]).

Williams, William, of Llandegai, Observations on the Snowdon mountains; with some account of the customs and manners of the inhabitants. To which is added a genealogical account of the the Penrhyn families ([London], Sold by E. Williams, 1802).

Wynn, John, Sir, of Gwydr, Ancient survey of Pen Maen Mawr, North Wales, from the original manuscript of the time of Charles I, ed. J.O. Halliwell (London, J.E. Adlard, pr., 1859).

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Celf yn y dre: arweiniad i’r celfyddydau gweledol yn Aberystwyth = Art on the town: a guide to the visual arts in Aberystwyth ([Aberystwyth], [Aberystwyth Arts Centre], [1997?]).

Aberystwyth, and the surrounding area… (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Ballinger, John (ed.), Aberystwyth and district: a guide prepared for the Conference of the National Union of Teachers, 1911 (Aberystwyth, S.V. Galloway, 1911).

Borough of Lampeter [guide] ([Lampeter], [Welsh Church Press], [n.d, c1905]).

Bwrdd Croeso Cymru, Aberystwyth a’r ardal: calondir diwylliant Cymru (Caerdydd, Bwrdd Croeso cymru, 1999).

Canolfan Celfyddydau Aberystwyth, Celf yn y dre: arweiniad i’r celfyddydau gweledol yn Aberystwyth = Art on the town: a guide to the visual arts in Aberystwyth ([Aberystwyth], [Canolfan Celfyddydau Aberystwyth], [1997?]).

Cardigan Chamber of Trade, Commerce and Tourism, Cardigan guide, incorporating North Pembrokeshire, Teifi Valley & South Ceredigion, 3rd ed. ([s.l.], Cardigan Chamber of Trade, Commerce and Tourism, 1992).

Cardigan, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Cumberland, George, Attempt to describe Hafod and the neighbouring scenes about the bridge over the Funack, commonly called the Devil’s Bridge, in the county of Cardigan, an ancient seat belonging to Thomas Johnes, Esq. Member for the County of Radnor (London, Printed by W. Wilson...and sold by T. Egerton..., 1796).

Cyngor Dosbarth Ceredigion, Arfordir Ceredigion (Aberystwyth, Cyngor Dosbarth Ceredigion, 1992).

Evans, Rev. George Eyre and E. Tyrrel Green, Lampeter (Cheltenham, Edward J. Burrow, [1900-7?]).

Green, John, Afon Ystwyth: the story of a river (London, Artery Publications, 2006).

Guide to Aberystwyth, Borth, Machynlleth and North Wales (Southern Section) with a special section for motorists and an appendix for anglers, Ward Lock’s Holiday Guides, 11th edition (London, Ward Lock & Co., [1951?])

J. L., Guide to New Quay, Cardiganshire, being a short description of New Quay as a watering place and other villages in the neighbourhood (Lampeter, The Welsh Press Ltd., 1895).

Jenkins, David, Bro Dafydd ap Gwilym (Aberystwyth, Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion, 1992).

Lampeter, and the surrounding area... (Llanrwst, Relaxations Ltd, 1993).

Lewis, Hugh M. (Hugh Meirion), Aberdyfi: time and tide (Aberdyfi, Hugh M. Lewis, 1992).

Lewis, William John, Seaside and university town: Aberystwyth (Harlow, Longmans, 1970).

Lloyd, Thomas, Julian Orbach and Robert Scourfield, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion (New Haven CT, Yale University Press, 2006).

Main, Laurence, Guide to the Dyfi Valley Way, 2nd edition (Cardiff, Western Mail & Echo, 1996).

Morgan, Gerald, Llwybr arfordir Ceredigion: o’r Teifi i’r Dyfi = Ceredigion coast path: Teifi to the Dyfi (Aberaeron, Cyngor Ceredigion, 2008).

Morgan, Thomas Owen, New guide to Aberdovey and its neighbourhood, with some account of Towyn, Machynlleth, and the vales of Dovey and Dysynwy (Aberystwyth, J. Cox, 1854).

Morgan, Thomas Owen, New guide to Aberystwith and its environs, comprising notices, historical and descriptive... (Aberystwyth, J. Cox, 1848).

Palmer, Caroline, Penny David and Ros Laidlaw, Historic parks & gardens in Ceredigion (Llandeilo, Ceredigion Branch of the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust, 2004).

Prichard, Thomas Jeffery Llewelyn, Aberystwyth in miniature, in various poems (Carmarthen, Jonathan Harris, pr., 1824).

Prichard, Thomas Jeffery Llewelyn, New Aberystwyth guide to the waters, bathing houses, public walks, and amusements, including historical notices and general information, connected with the town, castle ruins, rivers, Havod, the Devil’s Bridge (Aberystwyth, Lewis Jones pr., 1824).

Richards, Alun John and Jean Napier, Tale of two rivers: Mawddach and Dyfi and the land between, Cadair Idris, 2nd. ed. (Llanrwst, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2007).

Smith, John Edward, Tour to Hafod, in Cardiganshire, the seat of Thomas Johnes... (London, T. Bensley, 1810).

Stephenson, J., Aberystwyth guide, containing a concise description of the town, harbour... (Aberystwyth, Samuel Williams, pr., 1816).

Traveller’s companion or stranger’s guide, from Hereford to Aberystwyth: with a colored plan (Kington, J. Wilson, pr., [c.1831]).

Turner, Thomas, Narrative of a journey, associated with a fly, from Gloucester to Aberystwith, and from Aberystwith through North Wales. July 31st to September 8th, 1837 (London, Printed for private distribution only, 1840).

Visitors’ guide to Devil’s Bridge = Devil’s Bridge visitors' guide (Aberystwyth, Printed at the Welsh Gazette Office, 1905).

Wales Tourist Board, Aberystwyth and area: the heart of Welsh culture (Cardiff, Wales Tourist Board, 1999).

Western Mail, Ceredigion: hamdden, gwasanaethae a busness 2000 = Ceredigion: leisure, services and business 2000 (Cardiff, The Western Mail, 2000).

Western Mail, Western Mail Ceredigion guide: leisure, services and business directory (Cardiff, The Western Mail, 1998).

Yerburgh, David S., An attempt to depict Hafod, the seat of Thomas Johnes, Esq. M.P. from 1783-1813: a pictorial journey around the estate of Hafod (Salisbury, D.S. Yerburgh, [2000?]).

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