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Egerton Phillimore Papers
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A. Helen Morgan - Marie L. Nutt,

Letters from a number of correspondents, including R. Jones Morris, T. E. Morris, William Meredith Morris, Reginald J. Mure, Max Nettlau, Frederick Newte, E. W. B. Nicholson and David Nutt.

Nettlau, Max, 1865-1944.

Accumulated material,

Items of antiquarian interest, mostly dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, including account books, almanacs, tax assesments and terriers, wills, inquisitions post mortem and translations of medieval patent rolls. Egerton Phillimore sold many of his most valuable items to Sir John Williams in 1894, but this group of items remained in his possession.

Adam H. Fairbairn - F. J. Furnivall,

Letters from a number of correspondents, including James H. Fennell, Ferrar Fenton, H. E. Forrest, Isaac Foulkes ('Llyfrbryf'), J. S. Furley and F. J. Furnivall.

Furley, J. S. (John Sampson), b. 1855.

Agnes Phillimore - Emma Phillimore,

Letters from a number of correspondents, including Sir Augustus Phillimore, Emma Phillimore, Catherine Mary Phillimore, Charles Augustus Phillimore and Charles B. Phillimore.

Phillimore, Charles Augustus, 1871-1949.

Alfred E. Stamp - Thomas Sykes,

Letters from a number of correspondents, including Alfred E. Stamp, Edward Stanford, Mary Steevens, Alan H. Stenning, William J. Stephens, W. H. Stevenson, J. A. Stewart, Whitley Stokes and John Storrie.

Stokes, Whitley, 1830-1909.


Manuscript notes and galley proofs relating to the chapter on Anglesey intended for the fifth volume of the Description of Pembrokeshire, which was not published. The chapter on Anglesey was printed separately between 1913 and 1918.

Annotated proofs,

The first part of Egerton Phillimore's 'Welsh Aedoeology', 'Androgynus', 'Anus' and 'Cacare', was arranged in alphabetical order following the Latin equivalents for Welsh words. The file comprises two galley proofs with manuscript corrections (pp. 317-348, 353-396; 317-348, 353-364, 367-396; 367-370, 369-371), together with manuscript notes of addenda, and two transcripts of 'Awdl foliant Rhys ap Sion o Lynn Nedd ym Morgannwg' by Iorwerth Fynglwyd.

Augusta Hall - J. Harris,

Letters from a number of correspondents, including Augusta Hall, Hubert Hall, W. E. Hall, Alfred Hanson and W. Harries.

Llanover, Augusta Hall, 1802-1896.

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