A collection of Welch travels and memoirs of Wales. Containing I. The Briton describ'd, or, a journey thro' Wales: being a pleasant relation of D-n S-t's journey to that ancient kingdom, and remarkable passages that occur'd on the way. Also many choice observations, and notable commemorations, concerning the state and condition, the nature, humours, manners, customs, and mighty actions, of that country and people. II. A trip to North-Wales, by a barrister of the Temple. III. A funeral sermon, preach'd by the parson of Langwillin. IV. The Welch school-master, by Dr. K--g. V. Muscipula; or the Welch mouse-trap, a poem, in Latin and English. The whole collected by J. T. a mighty lover of Welch travels.
printed for and sold by J. Torbuck,
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