|Title||A Tour to Milford Haven, in the Year 1791. By Mrs Morgan.|
|Publisher’s imprint||London: Printed for John Stockdale, in Piccadilly. M.DCC.XCV .|
|Format||8o; 1 vol.: pp. xvi. 439|
|Sources||BBT, 352; Cox, 3: 41; ESTC T99699|
|Copy inspected||Google Oxford|
1) T.p. epigraph: [Lovely indeed the mimic works of art; / But Nature’s works far lovelier. I admire, / None more admires, the painter’s magic skill. / But imitative strokes can do no more / Than please the eye; sweet Nature ev’ry sense. / The air salubrious of her lofty hills, / The chearful fragrance of her dewy vales, / And music of her woods––no works of man / May rival these; these bespeak a power / Peculiar, and exclusively her own. Cowper.]; adapted from William Cowper, The Task (1785), bk 1, ll. 421-32.
2) Dedicated ‘To the Right Honourable The Countess Winterton’.
3) Contains list of subscribers.
4) Reviews: Analytic Rev. 21.5 (May 1795): 490-96; British Critic 6 (Aug. 1795): 160-64; Monthly Rev. 18 (Nov. 1795): 269-74; Gentleman's Mag. 65 (Nov. 1795): 943.
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|BTW record no.||BTW1119|