File NLW MS 9072E. - Correspondence and papers, III

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NLW MS 9072E.

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Correspondence and papers, III

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  • 1698, 1779-1799 (Creation)

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99 items.

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Correspondence mainly of Paul Panton, senior, and Paul Panton, junior, 1779-1799, the correspondents including John Bruce, Edinburgh, 1779, S. Pellet, Richard Thomas, Jesus College (to Evan Evans), J. Parry, 1780-1781, Henry Baker, Peter Grosvenor, W. Wynne, Mold, 1782, Watkin Williams, Penbedw, Paul Panton (to Mr. Howlett concerning the population of Anglesey), J. Mander, Roger Ellis, Cornist, 1785, Edward Jones, Wepre, 1785-1794, Evan Evans, Gynhawdref, 1787, Paul Panton (to Evan Evans), John Wilkins, Bersham, 1789, Thomas Parry, Chester, Thomas Williams, Holywell, William Owen, Pentonville (relating to the Padoucas, 1791, Welsh Arch├Žology, emended by Paul Panton to Archaiology, 1798), S. Small, Holywell, 1792-1795, Thomas Hughes, Nant y moch, 1792, William Shackfield, Denbigh, 1793, L. Hansard (instructions for Paul Panton's printing press, 1794), Benjamin Hughes, Birmingham, 1795, William Jennings, Covent Garden, David Thomas, Amlwch (to John Williams, Plas-y-brain), John Williams, Plas-y-brain, 1796, and J. Williams, Treffos, 1798. Also included are draft letters of Morgan Jones, Mold, 1698; correspondence between Evan Williams, the Strand, Thomas Percy, bishop of Dromore, and Paul Panton, 1798; correspondence and papers relating to protests against the appointment of John Probert, 1779, heads of a speech by Lord Powis, and an abstract of Edmund Burke's bill, 1780; papers relating to lawsuits over Talar Goch and Disserth mill, 1777; an account of Paul Panton's journey to Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach, 1780; a list of works by Richard Wilson at Clemendu, 1786; a document relating to coal works at Coleshill, 1787; estimates for a fire engine, 1787; a translation of 'Marwnad Lleucu Llwyd', 1790; papers relating to Penmynydd almshouses, 1792-1793; a report by the keeper of the Common Gaol of Flintshire, 1794; copies of letters between Col. Richard Bulkeley and Capt. Stephen Rich, 1646; and a declaration in ejectment touching property in Holywell, 39 Geo. III.

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Arranged broadly chronologically at NLW.

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  • English

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English.

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See also NLW MSS 9070-9071E, 9073-9074E.

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Formerly Panton Papers 22.

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Preferred citation: NLW MS 9072E.

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vtls006102076

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: NLW MS 9072E.