Dowlais (Wales)

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Iron and coal

Manuscripts, 1818-1853, relating to the iron and coal industries at Dowlais, Glamorgan, comprising a notebook of Sir John Guest, 1818-1841, and transcripts of reports, 1851-1853.

Journal

Journal, 29 March 1841-23 June 1844, of Lady Charlotte Guest, at Dowlais, London and Sully, with tours in Belgium and Germany.Papers loose inside the volume include engraved views of Wesel, [Germany]; a poster, 1830, relating to the 'Swing ri...

Journal

Journal, 27 February 1851-1 September 1853, of Lady Charlotte Guest, in London, Paris, Dowlais and Canford.Papers loose in the volume comprise a postcard, 1897, from Messrs Birdsall, Northampton, [bookbinders], to Lady Charlotte's daughter, M...

Journal

Journal, 29 July 1833-1 February 1835, of Lady Charlotte Guest, in London, Sussex, Dowlais and Uffington. Cuttings from the Weymouth Journal, 5 September 1856, are also included.

Journal

Journal, 21 November 1837-28 March 1841, of Lady Charlotte Guest, in London, Dowlais and Sully, [Glamorgan].Record of iron manufacture, June 1896, inserted between pp. 8 and 9.

Journal

Journal, 24 June 1844-7 March 1848, of Lady Charlotte Guest in London, Sully, Dowlais, Canford [Magna, nr Wimborne Minster, Dorset], and Scotland.

Journal

Journal, 1 January 1856-20 October 1857, of Lady Charlotte Schreiber, at Canford, London, Dowlais and Brighton.

Journal

Journal, 8 March 1848-26 February 1851, of Lady Charlotte Guest, in London, Canford, Dowlais and Scotland.

Journal

Journal, 1 September 1853-28 December 1854, 10 April-3 June 1855, of Lady Charlotte Guest (later Schreiber), in Canford, Dowlais, London, France and Italy.Also included are loose notes for a journal, 1858-1860 (9 ff.).

North Street Dowlais

North Street, Dowlais with pedestrians looking at the camera and 'Olivers - Largest retailer of shoes in the world' prominent on the left hand side of the street