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Arithmetic notebook,

Notebook of Daniel Evans containing arithmetical problems and exercises; farming and other accounts and memoranda, 1810-1833, including details of the Militia Society established at Pencarreg, 1810 (ff. 71, 72 recto-verso) and a survey of farms in the parish of Pencarreg, 1816 (ff. 73 verso-4 verso); recipes; and Welsh poetry and accounts in the hand of Evan Evans.

Daniel Evans and Evan Evans.

Commonplace book of Thomas Salusbury,

  • NLW MS 9669E.
  • File
  • [1781x1850] /

A commonplace book entitled 'Thomas Salubury's Book of Scraps and Diversities', compiled by Thomas Salusbury of Denbigh (b. 1761), third son of Robert Salusbury of Cotton Hall. It contains medical and culinary recipes, many of them attributed to North Wales Physicians; notes on contemporary events during the Napoleonic Wars; press cuttings; anecdotes of George II and Lord Chatham; notes on sermons preached by the Rev. Mr. Edwards at Wrexham, 1787, Bishop Horsley, 1805, the Rev. Mr. Mason at Denbigh, 1807, and the Rev. Mr. Philips at Denbigh, 1818; notes on notable members of the Salusbury family; genealogical extracts from the family Bible at Cotton Hall; and particulars of the birthdays of the compiler's relatives, friends, and acquaintances.

Salusbury, Thomas, of Denbigh, b. 1761


  • NLW MS 23464A.
  • File
  • ca. 1865-1880 /

Notebook, c. 1865-80, containing culinary recipes compiled by William Edward Davies or his wife Mary Evered Davies (née Poole); Davies was a grocer and provision merchant at Haverfordwest and Pembroke Dock until the late 1870s and thereafter baker and confectioner at Pier Street, Aberystwyth.

Davies, William Edward, 1821-1888

Ryseitiau coginiol

  • NLW MS 6973D
  • File
  • 1928

A typewritten copy of 'Casgliad o Gyfarwyddiadau i wneuthur Hen Fwydydd Nodweddiadol Gymreig' compiled by Mati Thomas ('Mati'r Ddôl'), Blaenwinllan, Nanternis, Cardiganshire, and awarded the prize at the National Eisteddfod at Treorchy, 1928.

Thomas, Mati, Blaenwinllan, Nanternis