Visitors to Plas Newydd, Part I

The Ladies of Llangollen were such an attraction that people visited from near and far. And even those who did not visit knew about them, wrote about them.

Here, in Part I, their early visitors {see side links} are introduced:

Lord Edward FitzGerald and Mr. William Ogilvie, Mr. Twining, the Countess of Upper Ossory. Anna Seward’s letters will have to be a later surprise, but her “page” is up. Then there is Thomas de Quincey, and Lord Byron.

More coming… Just wait for the knock at the door, then enter into the realm of the Ladies of Llangollen.

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