1. Edward Dayes, The Works of the Late Edward Dayes. Containing an Excursion through the Principal Parts of Derbyshire and Yorkshire, with Illustrative Notes by E. W. Brayley, [London: Davies [&etc.], 1805), pp. 127-128.
2. William Coxe, An Historical Tour in Monmouthshire; illustrated with views by Sir. R.C. Hoare, Bart, (London: 1801), Vol. 2, p. 354.
3. Edward Dayes, The Works of the Late Edward Dayes, p. 127.
4. Joseph Cottle, Early Recollections; Chiefly Relating to the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge, during his long residence in Bristol, ( London: 1837), Vol.1, pp. 40-50.
5. John Britton and W. Brayley, The Beauties of England and Wales: or, Delineations, Topographical, Historical and Descriptive, of each County (London: 1801-1815) Vol.18 (J. Britton and Rev. J. Evans, 1810), pp. 26-27.
6. Charles Heath, Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Ancient and Present State of Tintern Abbey: including a Variety of Particulars Relating to that Much-Admired Ruin. (Monmouth: 1801), p. 13.
7. Quoted in Ivor Waters, The Unfortunate Valentine Morris, (Chepstow: Chepstow Society, 1964), p. 16.
8. Thomas Gray, Letter from Thomas Gray to Dr. Wharton, May 24, 1771.
The Poems of Mr. Gray, To Which are Prefixed Memoirs of his Life and Writings. Ed. William Mason. (York:, 1775), p. 223-234.
9. Charles Heath, The Excursion Down the Wye, from Ross to Monmouth. (Monmouth: 1796), Preface.
10. Heath, Excursion Down the Wye, n.p.
11. A. Cooper, “Journal of a Tour Down the Wye 1786”, Yale Center for British Art Mss
p. 6; Henry Skrine, Two Successive Tours throughout the Whole of Wales, with several of the adjacent English Counties ( London:1798), p. 9.
12. Thomas Roscoe, Wanderings and Excursions in South Wales; Including the Scenery of the River Wye.( London: 1837), p. 114.
13. Louis Simond, Journal of a Tour and Residence in Great Britain, during the Years 1810 and 1811 by a French Traveller: with Remarks of the Country, its Arts, Literature and Politics, and on the Manners and Customs of its Inhabitants. Edinburgh: 1815), p. 208-09.
14. Catherine Sinclair, Hill and Valley; or Hours in England and Wales (New York: R. Carter, 1838), p. 239.
15. Norton Nicholls, “Reminiscences of Thomas Gray”, The Letters of Thomas Gray, Including the Correspondence of Gray and Mason; ed. Duncan C. Tovey (London: George Bell, 1904), Vol.2, p. 288-291.
16. Nicholls's journal of their 1770 tour is now lost. “Norton Nicholls”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 2008. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 10.Feb.2008. http://www.oxford.dnb.com.eproxy.uwindsor.ca
17.Thomas Gray, The Traveller's Companion in a Tour through England and Wales...by the late Mr. Gray. (London:c.1800), p. 87.
18.William Gilpin, Essay on Prints, 5th edition (London: 1802), p. xii.
19.William Gilpin, Observations on the River Wye, and Several Parts of South Wales, &c, Relative Chiefly to Picturesque Beauty; Made in the Summer of the Year 1770, 3rd edition (London: R. Blamire, 1792), p. 1-2.
20.Malcolm Andrews, The Search for the Picturesque: Landscape, Aesthetics and Tourism in Britain, 1760-1800 (Aldershot, UK: Scolar Press, 1989), p. 86.
21. Robert Woof and Stephen Hebron. Towards Tintern Abbey: A Bicentenary Celebration of ‘Lyrical Ballads’, 1798 (Grasmere: Wordsworth Trust, 1998), p. 138.
22. J.D. Vann and R.T. Van Arsdel, Victorian Periodicals and Victorian Society (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994), p. 139.
23. Roscoe, Wandering and Excursions in South Wales, p. 132.
24. Stebbing Shaw, quoted in The Excursion Down the Wye, from Ross to Monmouth: Including Historical and Descriptive Accounts of Wilton and Goodrich Castles, by Charles Heath (Monmouth: 1796), p. 41.
25.“The Wye”, Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, August, 1835, p. 342.
26. Mathew's New Bristol Directory for the Year 1793-94 (Bristol: ), p. 100.
27. C. Moreland and D. Bannister, Antique Maps: A Collector's Handbook (London: Longman, 1983), p. 178.
28. E. Lyndam, British Maps and Map-Makers (London: Collins, 1983), p. 46.
29. Woof and Hebron, Towards Tintern Abbey, p. 137.
30. Henry Penruddocke Wyndham, A Tour through Monmouthshire and Wales, made in the months of June, and July, 1774, and in the months of June, July, and August, 1777, 2nd edition (Salisbury: 1781), p. 4-5.
31. Wyndham, Tour through Monmouthshire and Wales, p. vii-viii.
32. Quoted in A Pedestrian Tour of North Wales, in a Series of Letters by J. Hucks, B.A. (1795). Ed. A.R. Jones and W. Tydeman (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1979), p. 92.
33. The volume was printed by J.Debrett, Piccadilly and J. Edwards, Pall Mall. The publication was advertised on May 26, 1795 in the Sun newspaper, issue 830.
34. One of Hoare’s sketch books from the 1799 tours is deposited in the National Library of Wales. Richard Colt Hoare, “Drawings and Memoranda Made on a Tour in Wales” 1799 NLW MS 5370 C.
35. “William Coxe”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 2008. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 10.Feb.2008. http://www.oxford.dnb.com.eproxy.uwindsor.ca
36. Reviewing Manby’s humanitarian efforts in an 1855 obituary, the Gentleman's Magazine seems somewhat apologetic about panning his books decades earlier. Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XLIII (Feb.1855), p. 208.
37. David Smith, Antique Maps of the British Isles (London: B.T. Batsford, 1982), p. 184.
38. Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey, Lady Susan, The Watsons, and Sandition, ed. by John Davie, (Oxford: World's Classics, rpt.1991), p. 190.
39. Herbert George Fordham, “ ‘Paterson’s Roads’: Daniel Paterson, His Maps and Itineraries, 1738-1825”. The Library, s.4.V (1925): 333-356, p. 340.
40. Thomas Roscoe, Wanderings and Excursions in South Wales; Including the Scenery of the River Wye.( London: 1837), p. 79.
41. Monthly Review, December,1791, p. 455.
42. Butler and Green, eds., Lyrical Ballads and Other Poems, 1797-1800 (Cornell: Cornell UP, 1992).
43. Ernest de Selincourt, Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, 2nd edition (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1952), Vol.2, p. 517.
44. David Bentley-Taylor, Wordsworth in the Wye Valley, (Hereford: Logaston Press, 2001), p. 3.
45. Quoted in Ernest de Selincourt, Dorothy Wordsworth: A Biography (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933).
46. Mary Wordsworth to William Wordsworth 2-3 June 1812. Beth Darlington, ed., The Love Letters of William and Mary Wordsworth (Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1981), pp. 218-222.
47. “Joseph Cottle”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 2008. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 10.Feb.2008. http://www.oxford.dnb.com.eproxy.uwindsor.ca
48. See Bruce Graver and Ronald Tetreault, Lyrical Ballads: An Electronic Scholarly Edition, Romantic Circles. University of Maryland. 15.Feb.2008. http://www.rc.umd.edu/editions/LB/preface.html
49.Cottle, Early Recollections, I, xxxiii
50. 18 January 1802, Philadelphia Gazette and Daily Advertiser, Vol.XIX issue 4108, p. .
51. Thomas West, A Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, 7th edition (London:1799), p. 16.
52. David M. Robinson, The Cisterians in Wales: Architecture and Archeology 1130-1540, (London: Society of Antiquaries, 2006), p. 283.
53. Heath, Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Ancient and Present State of Tintern Abbey (Monmouth: 1803), p. .
54. W. H. Thomas, Tinterne and its Vicinity. (London: 1839), pp 15-22; 26-28. Thomas was a doctor at Tintern. Ivor Waters, The Unfortunate Valentine Morris, p. 10.
55. “Thomas Whateley”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 2008. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 10.Feb.2008.
56.“Thomas Hearne”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 2008. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 10.Feb.2008.
57. Anne Lyles, Review of Thomas Hearne and his Landscape by David Morris, Burlington Magazine 133.1061 (1991): p. 554.
58. Joseph Heely’s Description of Hagley Park (1777) lists a painting called “A View of Tintern Abbey, near Piercefield” hanging in the Green Bedchamber (p.18). I have not been able to trace this work. Viscount Cobham has recently confirmed that no painting of this description appears to be at Hagley.
59. In his 1806 edition of Historic and Descriptive Accounts...of Tintern Abbey, Heath noted that the “number of copies [in each edition] was small” and “did not long remain unsold”. Ifano Jones, A History of Printing and Printers in Wales to 1810, and of Successive and Related Printers to 1923. Also, a History of Printing and Printers in Monmouthshire to 1923. Cardiff: William Lewis, 1925, p. 225.
60. Rosemary Sweet, Antiquaries: the Discovery of the Past in Eighteenth Century Britain (London and New York: Hambeldon and London, 2004), p. 326.
61. John Britton, The Autobiography of John Britton (London: 1849-50), p. 197.
62. Sweet, p. 324.
63. Jane Munro, James Ward, R.A. 1769-1859, (Cambridge: Fitzwilliam Museum, 1991), p. 8, 49.
64. James Ward exhibited Tintern Abbey and The Wire Mill at Tintern at the British Institution in 1838. See Algernon Graves, The British Institution 1806-1867. A Complete Dictionary of Contributors and their Work from the Foundation of the Institution, (Bath: Kingsmead reprints, 1969).