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A commonplace book

A commonplace book of miscellaneous entries arranged in alphabetical order of subject. There is included an epitaph on Rice Powell, vicar of Boughroyd (d. 1687), 'a prophecy found in a gentleman's library in Glamorganshire ... 1653'...

Antiquities, &c.

A notebook of Edward Lhuyd, written 1698 (see pp. 10, 52), containing details of monumental inscriptions in Llanboidy (p. 6), Defynnog (p. 7), Llanfihangel (Mongomeryshire) (p. 17), Trawsfynydd (p. 31), Llangadog (p. 53), Herefordshire (pp. 58, 72...

Lhuyd, Edward, 1660-1709


A composite volume of the second quarter of the eighteenth century containing English poetry (eclogues, epigrams and epitaphs); Latin poetry (extracts from Cato, Virgil and Ovid, epitaphs and epigrams); and Welsh poetry largely in free metres. The...

Barddoniaeth, etc.

A manuscript containing an alphabetical list of poets and authors (most with abbreviations for the names and floruits appended) and literary and historical works (e.g. Brut y Tywysogion, Buchedd St Margaret); a list of Welsh proverbs, all starting...

Epitaphs, &c.,

Copies of epitaphs, conundrums, etc. by M. K[night], December 1850.

M. Knight.