File NLW MS 9074E. - Correspondence and papers, V (Paul Panton, junior)

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NLW MS 9074E.


Correspondence and papers, V (Paul Panton, junior)


  • 1806-1822 (Creation)

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c. 144 items.

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Correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Paul Panton, junior, 1806-1822, including letters from Owen Jones, London [Owain Myfyr], 1806-1807, John William Prichard, Plas-y-brain (with an extract relating to Welsh Indians), 1806-1813, William Jones, Holywell, 1808, Samuel Williams, St. Asaph, Thomas Wedge, Sealand, 1809-1822, Edmund Hyde Hall, 1809-1811, David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri), 1809-1820, James Ewer, 1809-1814, Richard Davies, Bangor, Edward Roscoe, 1810, H. Roberts, Holywell, 1810-1812, David Pennant, 1810-1812, Hugh Jones, Northop, 1810, Mary Jones, Coleshill Vechan, 1810, Roger Barnston, 1811, Samuel Mostyn, 1812, Abraham Moore, 1812-1814, Benjamin Hughes, Birmingham, Jonathan Taylor, Smethwick, Francis Jones, Holywell, 1812-1820, Messrs. Potts, Leche and Potts, Chester, 1812, Paul Panton (relating to the Anglesey petition against Catholic claims, 1812), Thomas Crane, Chester, 1813, Edward Bill, Mold, 1813, J. Richards, Llanerch-y-medd (excavation of Branwen's grave, 1814), Richard Sankey, Beaumaris, 1814, W. O. Poole, Pencraig, 1814-1816, Thomas Oldfield, Caerwys, 1814, Edward Jones, Wepre, 1815, Richard Yates, Oswestry, 1815, Robert Tart, Holywell, 1815-1817, Richard Owen, Geinas, 1816, John Jones, Holywell, 1816, John Maughan, Oswestry, 1820, Sir Thomas Hanmer, 1820, and Charles Hughes, Chester, 1822. The miscellaneous papers include resolutions on enclosures by freeholders of Holywell, 1810, and on a lease of minerals, 1812, by freeholders of Anglesey, 1812; a case, with opinion, touching the manor of Forden and Tempsiter, 1811; an abstract of the proprietors of land in Llangefni, Llandegfan, Pentraeth, and Cerrig Ceinwen, 1812; a note by Paul Panton of a visit with Richard Fenton to Plas-y-brain, 1813; builders' prices, 1815; a plan of allotments in Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf, 1815; a petition for a bridge at Conway, 1819; obituary notice of David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri), 1822; and a survey of common land in Pentraeth.

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See also NLW MSS 9070-9073E.

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Formerly Panton Papers 24.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 9074E.

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  • Text: NLW MS 9074E.