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A table of British Chronology from Brutus to Caswallawn in the autograph of John Thomas, Tu hwnt i'r bwlch; an account of a tour from London to Falmouth, 1759; 'Marwnad John Griffith Yswain diweddar o Gefnamwlch' by Ifan ab Risiat alias Ieuan Lleyn, 1794; poems written between 1861 and 1864 by Owen Gethin Jones; and an essay 'Cyfiawnder yn safon cadwedigaeth' submitted for competition at Arwest Glan Geirionydd, undated.

John Thomas, Ieuan Lleyn, Owen Gethin Jones and others.

English verse and translations,

  • NLW MS 10621B
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  • [1653x1664].

A volume of English verse and translations from Horace, Martial and other Latin poets. The English verse includes poems 'Vpon ye death of a magpye that talkd very well, & was killd no body knew how, 1653'; 'To Mr. Frampton from my Lord of Stamfords at Broadgate in Leicestershire 1655, who was then Chaplaine to ye Earle of Elgin'; 'To Mr. Frampton my Lord of Elgin's Chaplaine 1654'; 'Vpon Mrs Rhods lending me an iuory Table, booke wh I returning not at the time was to expiate wth a paper of verses, 1654'; 'Vpon my Lady Bruce's being brought to Bed of my Lord Bruce now Earle of Ailsbury 1655'; 'Upon Waller's Panegyrick to ye Protector, 1656'; 'Too Mr Cheek by my Lord Bruce's appointment to begg a hound bitch for him of my L: Manchester, 1656'; 'To Mr. Cheeke upon his breaking his Legg very daungerously, 1657'; 'To Mr. Frampton chaplaine to my Lo: Elgin vpon our journey from Roehampton to Amptill, 1657'; 'An Epilogue vpon Sr Tho: Clarges Aeractions being translated out of French, 1664, by him'; 'Vpon Sam Parker Bp of Oxford'; 'Vpon my horse falling vpon the stones and breaking his skull'; 'In mortem Reginae Wmi Regis vxoris'; 'Vpon the young Duke of Gloster's death'; 'Vpon the birth of Mr. Tho: Bruce, now Earle of Alesbury'; Latin epitaphs:- 'Epitaphs vpon Dr Chamberlain's son & daughter buried in Chelsey church'; 'Epitaph on Dr Chamberlain's daughter buried in Chelsey Church'; 'Vpon the death of my Lord Chief Justice Ireby' with a translation; 'An inscription vpon ye King of France's statue'; and two prose items:- 'About the Controversy betwixt the Gentlemen and the Vestry in Clerkenwell', and an account of a journey from London to Graueling, 1658.

Journal of a tour,

  • NLW MS 11493B.
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  • 1788.

A journal of a tour made in 1788 from London to South Wales. The volume is in the same hand as NLW MS 11492B.

Journal of a tour,

  • NLW MS 11492B.
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  • 1787.

A journal of a return tour made from London in 1787 to the West of England, Chepstow, Tintern Abbey, Monmouth, Hereford, Birmingham, Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Banbury, Amersham, etc.

Journal of tour,

Journal of Sir Erasmus Philipps, describing a tour undertaken in 1719 with his father and others through the south-east of England, Holland and Germany, together with an index of places visited (pp. 128-32).

Sir Erasmus Philipps.


Journal, 1717-1737, of Sir Erasmus Philipps, some entries relating to as early as 1705, containing a description of a tour in 1717 through counties Carmarthen and Brecon and the south-west of England to London; an account of his residence at Pembroke College, Oxford, 1720-1722; and entries relating to his family, his participation in his father's religious and philanthropic work and, following his election in 1726, his activities as Member of Parliament for the borough of Haverfordwest.

Sir Erasmus Philipps.