The Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin The itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin through Wales, A.D. MCLXXXVIII. Translated into English, and illustrated with views, annotations, and a life of Giraldus, BARRI Giraldus de 1146?-1223?. HOARE Sir Richard Colt (editor) 1758-1838 Publisher: William Miller Publish Year: 1806 Publish Place: London: Albemarle Street Illustrator: HOARE Sir Richard Colt. CARTER John Category: Miscellaneous, Foreign Travel, Antiquarian Book, History, Reference Book No: 007716 Status: For Sale Book Condition: Very Good Size: Folio - over 12 - 15" tall Jacket Condition: Binding: Hardcover Book Type: Unknown Edition: 1st Edition Inscription: Unknown £300.00 Add to Basket Ask a question Refer to a friend Additional information A fine large set of Hoare's monumental edition with crisp clean impressions of the plates and a large folding map. Two volumes in contemporary basket weave calf, gilt edge tooling, some marks. Re-spined, to style, raised bands, gilt tooling, gilt titles to green morocco label. Internally Vol 1, 1806, portrait frontis, , , (ii- cxci), , 2-219, ,  index,  corrections, 32 pls. Vol 2, 1806, portrait frontis, , , 2-440 pp,  index,  corrections, 27 pls, 1 map (large folding, coloured in outline. Red marbled endpapers & text block edges, ink name to verso fep (Carden), text block watermarked JW Whatman 1803. (278*218 mm). (Allibone 134. Lowndes 1079). Contains: . 1. The life of Giraldus de Barri, with an account of his manuscripts at Oxford, Cambridge, Lambeth, and in the British museum. An introduction to the history of Cambria prior to... 1188. The itinerary of Baldwin archbishop of Canterbury through Wales in... 1188.--v. 2. The second book of The itinerary of Baldwin through Wales. An account of Owain Cyveilioc prince of Powys; with a new version [by Richard Fenton] of his celebrated poem called the Hirlas, or Drinking horn; and his Circuits through Wales. The Description of Wales, by Giraldus de Barri, in two books. A supplement, giving a short account of... places omitted by Giraldus. The progress of architecture from the time of William the Conquerer to the sixteenth century. A list of publications relating to Wales. HOARE, historian and antiquary, examined antiquarian and 'romantic' sites and made scores of sketches, some of which are preserved in the National Library, as are some of his note books. See NLW WBO.