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Journal of a weekend excursion from Liverpool to North Wales in 1820 written by Richard M. Jackson and addressed to 'Miss M. Jackson for her approval and revisal by her affectionate brother'.

R. M. Jackson travelled in the company of three friends. Their itinerary took them to Parkgate, then by ferry boat over the river Dee to Bagillt, then on to Holywell, Caerwys, Denbigh, Llanrhaeadr, Ruthin, Mold, Flint and back to Liverpool via Parkgate. In the course of their travels they visited St. Winifrede's Well at Holywell and the castles at Denbigh, Ruthin and Flint. Two of the party also climbed Moel Fama on the return journey.

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