PEACOCKS IN PARADISE: THE STORY OF A HOUSE - ITS OWNERS AND THE ELYSIUM THEY ESTABLISHED THERE, IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WALES, IN THE 18th CENTURY. By Elisabeth Inglis-Jones.

PEACOCKS IN PARADISE: THE STORY OF A HOUSE - ITS OWNERS AND THE ELYSIUM THEY ESTABLISHED THERE, IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WALES, IN THE 18th CENTURY. By Elisabeth Inglis-Jones.
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Author Inglis-Jones (Elisabeth).
Book Code 44051
ISBN B001RWX4XA
Book Description Slightly cocked, browning to edges and end-papers. Good copy in browned and slightly frayed dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1950
Publisher Faber & Faber.
Place London.
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(1950) 1960 reprint. 8vo (142 x 222mm). Pp255. Colour frontispiece, b/w photographs and illustrations. Green cloth, spine titled and decorated in gilt on printed blue spine-label.

"The true story of a fantastic house, of wild and lawless life in West Wales in the eighteenth century, and of the imagination, extravangance and tragedy of Thomas Johnes." The definitive account of Hafod, a ruined mansion in Cardiganshire, its estate and the family who built it.

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