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The identification is due to Elis Jenkins. In the itinerary written out for Turner at the beginning of this book the ‘Rocks & Water fall’ at Aberdulais were ‘well worth attention’ (D40554), and Turner made several notes of them in this book; see folios 9 recto–12 recto (D00561–D00564). He probably referred to them when painting his watercolour of Aberdulais Mill; see folio 6 recto (D00558).
Blank; stamped in brown ink with Turner Bequest monogram.