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Captain Thomas James : Letters relating to

Letters relating to Captain Thomas James sent to Ivor James by Miller Christy, author of The Voyages of Captain L[uke] Foxe of Hull and Captain T[homas] James of Bristol ... (1894), with a draft of Ivor James's reply; together with a letter from H. Cameron Gillis of the Gaelic Society of London and letters from John A[llen] James to Sir John Ballinger relating to Ivor James's manuscripts.

Extracts relating to the Welsh Bible

Extracts from correspondence and other material preserved in the Tonn MSS in the Cardiff Public Library relating to the revision in 1838 of the Welsh translation of the Bible and the Welsh Book of Common Prayer.

Geirfa Cymraeg-Ffrangeg

Geirfa Cymraeg-Ffrangeg anghyflawn, gyda rhai ystyron cyfwerth Saesneg, wedi'i sylfaenu ar William Salesbury: A Dictionary in Englyshe and Welshe ... = An incomplete Welsh-French vocabulary, with a few English equivalents, based on William Salesbury: A Dictionary in Englyshe and Welshe ...

Ivor James manuscripts

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  • [1860x1882]-[1899x1909]

Papers of, or accumulated by, Ivor James in the course of his studies of the history of Wales during the late sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries.

James, Ivor, 1840-1909

Miscellaneous notes

Miscellaneous notes and extracts on a variety of subjects including education, John Owen the epigrammatist, the abbeys of Wales, pirates and piracy and the Stationers' Company.

Press cuttings

Press cuttings of an interview with Ivor James with reference to the library of Enoch Robert Gibbon Salisbury, now in the Cardiff University College library; press cuttings of one of a series of articles by James on The Source of The Ancient Mariner and of a letter by him on 'Intermediate Education'; and a list of the contents of a Browne Willis manuscript.

Rees Prichard

Material, in both English and Welsh, relating to Rhys Prichard, vicar of Llandovery and author of Canwyll y Cymru, and including notes on his time period and contemporaries.

Religion in Wales : Notes

Notes collected from private individuals and public sources on the state of the established Church and religious denominations in Wales, together with statistics and replies to questionnaires regarding the state of religion in Oswestry, Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Dolgellau, Barmouth, Harlech and Pwllheli.

The Ancient Mariner : Notes and studies

Notes written by Ivor James or collected by him from various manuscript and printed sources in connection with his study of S[amuel] T[aylor] Coleridge's poem 'The Ancient Mariner' and its sources.
They include biographical and other notes on various navigators as well as extracts from many well-known works relating to travel and discovery, particularly of the seventeenth century. NLW MS 4305 includes notes on John Dee, and NLW MS 4306 notes on Captain Thomas James.

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