Cathedral city, seaport, and parliamentary borough in Gloucestershire 118 miles from London.
Llandaff, a small decayed village, but the seat of a diocese, founded in the 5th century, having a half ruined Cathedral, 270 feet long, chiefly in the early English style. The south door is Norman. Some old monuments are seen – one being ascribed to Dubritias, the first bishop.
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This interesting old place, of 4,621 inhabitants, stands among the Monmouthshire Hills, near the Sugar Loaf, Blorenge, and other peaks.
Chepstow is a market town, in the county of Monmouth, situated near the mouth of the river Wye. The town is large and has within the last few years been much improved.