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LXVI. LONDON TO HEREFORD THROUGH GLOUCESTER AND LEDBURY,

136 Miles.

From
Heref.

From
London.

ION RIGHT FROM LOND.

ON LEFT FROM LOND. London 33 to Gloucester. 103 To Ross, 15} miles; to

Mitcheldean, il miles; to

Newnham, il miles.
cr. riv. Severn, and
enter Aldney Island.

Stocross river Severn.
Maisemore Lodge.

Highnam Court, Six J

W. Guise, Bart. Maisemore Court,

Hartpury Court, R.

Canning, Esq. To Upton, 10 miles. 26 Junction of the road. 110

234 Staunton, Worcestersh. 1124 Down House, G. Dowdeswell, Esq. Enter Herefordshire.

Haffield House. Bromesberrow Place, 0.) 16

LEDBURY 120 Ricardo, Esq. carries on a considerable

To Ross, 134 miles. 1 mile distant Eastnor manufacture of ropes, lines, Castle, the magnificent seat and sacks. The church is of of Earl Somers.

Saxon origin, and contains Hope End.

several monuments. Large

Iquantities of cider are made To Malvern by Little in the vicinity. This town Malvern

and Malvern formerly sent two members Wells, 8 miles; thence to to Parliament. Pop. 1851, orerster, 8 miles.

3027. Mainstone Court,

Trumpet. 124 Johnstone, Esq. ; and, 4 This spot commands a fine miles distant, Herefordshire

view of the Herefordshire Bescon an immense fort

beacon, bess, of British origin

Tarrington.

Stoke 91

Edith 1271

Lady Emily Folos

J. 12

From

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From o Herefo.

Dormington. 130 About 4 miles from Dor

mington is Holme Lacy,the

ancient seat of the Seuday cross river Frome. more family, where Pope

wrote the "Man of Ross

The mansion and grounds Lugwardine.

(133 are very interesting. The

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present possessor is Sir E. F. Scudamore Stanhope,

Bart. cross river Lugg. HEREFORD, (see p.

New Court.

145.) 136

LXVII. LONDON TO HEREFORD THROUGH GLOUCESTER AND ROSS,

134 Miles.

From
Herefo.

From
London.

ION RIGHT FROM LOND.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

31 Lond. to Glo'st. (p. 167.) 103

cr. river Severn Highnam Court (Sir J. and Glo'ster Canal.

High Grove, W. Guise, Bart.), erected from a design by Inigo 234| Huntley.

1103

Huntly Court, and be Jones, and containing, 20

yond Flaxley Abbey, sir

Longhope. (114 M. H.C. Boerey, Bart. Jamong other original por traits, those of Cromwell Enter Herefordshire. To Mitchel Dean, 2 m. and Algernon Sidney. 16 Weston.

118 About 5 miles from Ross 14

ROSS,

120 A little below the tosen, are the massy ivy-covered situated on a rock elevated on the right bank of the ruins of Goodrich Castle. above the east bank of the river, stand the ruins of There was a castle here be

Wye.

Here the celebrated Wilton Castle, which, at fore the Conquest. The "Man of Ross" MrJ. Kyrle one time, belonged to keep, which is the most slived, and was interred in Thomas Guy, the foundancient part, is in the Ross church, where a mo- er of Guy's Hospital in Saxon style. During the nument has been erected to London. The estate of civil war it was a scene of This memory. The church Wilton was left by him to desperate contention, being| also contains several monu

that establishment repeatedly taken and re- ments of the Rudhall family, Near Ross is Goodrich taken. It was the last cas- one of whom defended He- Court, the seat of the late

tle in England, except reford against Cromwell. Sir S. R. Meyrick, contain
Pendennis, that held out The churchyard and the ing a celebrated collection
for the King. It was af- contiguous prospect ground of armour. It is freely
terwards destroyed by or- laid out by Mr Kyrle are shown on application.
Jder of the Parliament. celebrated for their beautiful
There is a remarkably fine views. Ross is a favourite
view from the battlements resort for summer parties
fof one of the to vers.

visiting the Wye. Pop.
11851, 2674

cr. river Wye.

Wilton.
Peterstow.

13 To Hereford through 11 Little Dew Church, 12 m.

Pengethly.

Harewood, Sir H. Hos-
Kyus, Bart.
In the distance Holme

4 Lacy, Sir E. F. Sardamore Stanhope, Bart.

121
1123

To Monmouth, 104 m.
Bryngwyn, J. Phillippe,
Esq.

Mynde Park, T. G. Sy. 1130 mons, Esq.

Allensmore, E. B. Pates1134 hall, Esq.

Callow.
cr. river Wye.
HEREFORD.

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LIIX. LONDON TO HAVERPORDWEST AND MILFORD, BY OXFORD, GLOU

CESTER, ROSS, MONMOUTH, BRECON, AND CAERMARTHEN. 255, Miles.

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From
Milford.

From
London.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.

|From Hyde Pa. Corner To Hereford, 124 miles. 1344jto Wilton, Herefordsh.121

(p. 168.) Goodrich is remarkable

Goodrich. for the ruins of its castle, pae of themost picturcsquel bjects on the banks of the Wye. It was alternately 1293

Whitchurch. 126

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Goodrich Court (seat of the late Sir S. Meyrick) fis an admirable imitation! of the antiqne, and luy for Ithe most perfect thing on fire kind in England.

Near Whitchurch is sy |

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