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" Street, the spot formerly having been denoted by a small flat slab, so that a stranger unaided would have looked in vain to find it, until some few years ago (and to their praise be it said) some of Monmouth 's sons erected over their deceased worthy... "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 360
1912
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A History of Printing and Printers in Wales to 1810, and of Successive and ...

Ifano Jones - 1925 - 384 pages
...of copper inscribed in capital letters thus : — ' To | the Memory of | Charles Heath I Bookseller, Historian, | Antiquarian, | Author of a History of...| by which were first brought into the notice | of tourists the antiquities, scenery and j numerous objects of attraction j in the neighbourhood of Monmouth...
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Bye-gones: Relating to Wales and the Border Counties

1894 - 554 pages
...deceased worthy a more becoming Tomb of Forrest Stone. The inscription on a brass fixed thereon is us follows : — To the memory of Charles Heath Bookseller...Works by which were first brought into the notice of tourists the antiquities scenery and numerous objects of attraction in the neighbourhood of Monmouth...
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