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    "Nant Fraanken" Pass, North Wales; view looking up to mountains, stream to left, beside pass to right. 1802Pen and grey ink and watercolour, 1802

    "Nant Fraanken" Pass, North Wales; view looking up to mountains, stream to left, beside pass to right. 1802Pen and grey ink and watercolour British Museum Images

    "Nant Fraanken" Pass, North Wales; view near the head of the pass, mountain summits beyond. 1802Pen and grey ink and watercolour, 1802

    "Nant Fraanken" Pass, North Wales; view near the head of the pass, mountain summits beyond. 1802Pen and grey ink and watercolour British Museum Images

    "In Nant Frankeny near Capel Cerig - Caernarvonshire" (probably the copper smelter on the slopes of Snowdon); rocky road in right foreground with two figures, one seated at side, the other standi..., 1805

    [mining/quarrying] "In Nant Frankeny near Capel Cerig - Caernarvonshire" (probably the copper smelter on the slopes of Snowdon); rocky road in right foreground with two figures, one seated at side, the other standing, talking, further back other figures approach, British Museum Images

    Le souvenir, or pocket tablet for MDCCCXXXII, 1831

    Le souvenir, or pocket tablet for MDCCCXXXII [bridge, landscape, classical mythology] Diary page for the 16th to the 31st of March, 1832, headed by a vignette titled 'Manto taken captive at Thebes is married by Rhaicus' and engraved with British Museum Images

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    debygrwydd lla'wn'iawn o olgfeydd .ucheldir- 1 oedd-d. Ygofand i'qolygfeyd-d ymyse mynyddoedd . GogleCdd Cymru. Nis gallem! eidio meddwl 'am Nant Ffrancon, (anwyl 'awni "Ffraneonaa), Nant Perle, 1 Aberglaslyn, a lleoedd' eraill winth syllu ar y gelygfeydd hynw Yr oeddynt yn Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -in topography, and all coming within measurable distance from one another, viz, Croesor, Nant Gwynant, Nant Nantlle, Nant LUanberis, Nant Ffrancon, Nant Conway, and Vale of Clwyd. All these are of the same form and type, although differing in sze; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i yr oeddwn wedi bod gyda Mrs. Thomas I Roberts a John Owen Jones i fyny yn nghyf- eiriad Nant Ffrancon, i weled y mynyddoedd I yn duo wrth i'r haul fyn'd i lawr. Yr oedd goliwg fraNvvchus iawn arnynt, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwthyn byehau ya nghesail y mynyddoedd y mae en gwaelod yn ffurfio y nant a adwaenir wrth yr enw Nant Ffrancon ; a gellir dweyd mai "clogwyni coleg anian " fu yr unig athrofa iddo yutau. Ymysg brefladau y defaid Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brillisn t naturalist as poor Salter was. Years after that a splendid specimen of one of these markings from Nant Ffrancon wss exhibited at tbe Geological Sooioty, sad tbere was a great discussion about it Some said it must be Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ridge of Carnedd Dafydd, one of the highest mountains in Wales, slipped down the celebrated and beautiful pass of Nant Ffrancon, completely blocking it, and huge over-hanging precipices tumbled down across the high road, burying themselves in a deep abyss Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his father that he has promised on his behalf that it shall remain in use for another two months. Nant Ffrancon, the pass which has been spoilt by the unfortunate landslip which occurred on the ridge of Carnedd Dafydd, is Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ridge of Carnedd Dajydd mountain, one of the higheat in Wales, slipped down the celebrated nnd beantiful pass of Nant Ffrancon, between Bangorand Ogwen Lake, completely blocking it, and huge over- hanging precipices tumbled down across the high road, nurying Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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