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Llanbadarn Fawr (Peithyll) title deeds

Title deeds of properties in the township of Ystrad Peithyll or Dyffryn Peithyll in the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, purchased by Sir Richard Pryse of Gogerddan, 1575-1637, and a later lease of Peithyll Farm, 1880.

Deposited manuscripts.

Two Welsh literary manuscripts which suffered damage in the 1858 fire at Wynnstay; both were repaired and rebound following the fire.

Legal papers

Items numbered C34, 36-39, 41-42, 44-47, 51-64; and L388-404, 407-415, 456-460, 522, 539-540, 551-556, 562-585, 696-706, 1233.

International affairs

Documents, [1603x1624]-[1632x1648], accumulated by Edward Herbert in connection with his position as ambassador to France and member of the Council of War; many are copies made by him or for him. They include accounts of France, Spain and the Low ...

Abernantbychan general accounts, bills and receipts

Various general accounts, bills and receipts (vouchers) mainly of the Abernantbychan estate in south Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire, including the Pembrokeshire collieries, and occasional items from the Breconshire and Gogerddan estates, 1613-191...

Mining and quarrying letters (A-Y)

Letters relating to specific silver-lead and copper mines and to quarries belonging to the Gogerddan estate, 1697-1919. For main content see series description. The most substantial files relate to Allt y Crib, 1851-1914, Bronfloyd and New Bronflo...

Gogerddan estate rentals

Additional rentals of the Gogerddan estate which cover the years 1719, [pre-1779] 1787-1788, 1792-1793, 1818, 1847-1848, 1855-1858, and [?1900x1925] (undated)

Loose tack notes (bundles)

Bundles of loose tack notes granted to mining prospectors on the Gogerddan estate by Thomas Pryse, Richard Richardson, David Morgan and John Pughe Pryse or their agents, for mining in Henfwlch, Allt y Crib, Nantcoch near Ceulan, Nantycagle, Blaenc...

Mining and quarrying letters (misc.)

Letters concerning miscellaneous silver-lead and copper mines, and also stone quarries belonging to the Gogerddan estate, 1741-1920. These letters either refer to several mines within the same file or they do not supply the name of the mine at all...

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