- Nov. 9 1871.
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- Feb. 16 1894.
- 5 Anne [1706-7].
(A). An Act for the better Preservation of the Game. (b). An Act for Continuing the Duties upon Houses, to Secure a Yearly Fund for Circulating Exchequer Bills, whereby a Sum not exceeding Fifteen hundred thousand Pounds is intended to be Raised, ...
A map of Larger Ynis y Gollen farm and part of the watercourse from thence to Ynis y Gerwn works in p. Cadoxton, by John Williams.
A map of lands belonging to the Lords of the Abbey, etc., in p. Cadoxton, by Samuel Hosgood, 1830. Companion map showing coal workings No. 17.
A map of lands in dispute in p. Cadoxton, between the Lords of Neath Abbey and Philip Williams, by Lewis Thomas, 1761. (A copy made in 1808 of the original map.).
A plan of part of Wern Far showing the boundary between the Neath Abbey and Briton Ferry estates, by Morgan Reynolds.
- April 1808.
Abstract Of Title (1768-1801) of Capel Leigh, esq., and Dame Molly Anne, his wife, to the impropriate rectory of p. Cadoxton iuxta Neath, co. Glam.. Draft.
Account Book of [Rees Jenkins of Blaen Corrwg, p. Glyncorrwg, gent.] recording the sale and/or purchase of sheep, wool, horses, cattle, oats, and straw, and the receipt of payments of interest money, 1825-1865; with memoranda of sheep shorn and of...
Account Book of the churchwardens of p. Resolven (originally ht's Resolven and Clyne, being the two upper ht's of p. Lantwit), 1821-1868 (with a list of churchwardens, 1784-1786).
Account Book of timber sales on the Ynisgerwn and Penllergare estates, 1801-1819; with surveys of 'Timber in co. Carm.', 1800, 1811, and particulars of sales of timber at Llanfynydd, Llanegwad, etc., co. Carm., 1814; etc.
Account of rents of man. Lelant and Trewathow [Cornwall] received by Edward Penrose, esq., for Mr Praed at Robert Blight's, 1 Jan. 1712; an account of money received by Mr Francis Penrose for farm tin by the order and to the use of John Praed...
- Oct. 14 1885.
Account of the hearing at Neath County Court of a petition for the compulsory winding-up of the Neath Building Society. [Printed by Dl Owen & Co., Cardiff, from the Western Mail].