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Hanes tair sir ar ddeg Cymru

A transcript, made for Edmund J. Jones in 1902 by D. J. Llewelyn (Talnant), of an edition printed by J. Eddowes, Shrewsbury, of Dafydd Thomas : Hanes Tair Sir ar Ddeg Cymru.

Llewelyn, Daniel Jones, fl. 1902-1942

The Hidden Kingdom,

A copy of a draft typescript outline, with manuscript revision, by Emyr Humphreys (b. 1919), of 'The Hidden Kingdom', a proposed volume of essays on the history and traditions of Wales to be edited by him, together with a covering letter...

Emyr Humphreys.

Letters to Saunders Lewis,

Fifty-three letters and cards, 1948-1974, from the artist and writer David Jones to Saunders Lewis, discussing his creative work, the Welsh language, aspects of Welsh and Classical antiquity and literature, the Roman Catholic faith and culture in ...

David Jones.

Welsh literature and philology,

Drafts of articles relating to Welsh literature and history and to Celtic institutions; lists of Welsh words derived from English and of words common to both branches of the Celtic family; and a poem entitled 'Rhiangerdd Gwenfalwy o Gastell C...

Sir Edward Anwyl.

Welsh literature,

A history of Welsh literature from the Cynfeirdd to the nineteenth century, and notes on Celtic deities, Welsh history and institutions, etc.

Sir Edward Anwyl.

Philological and historical notes,

A vocabulary of ancient Welsh words, notes made on reading John Beddoe : The Races of Britain (1885), notes on early Welsh history and topography, etc.

Sir Edward Anwyl.

Ysgol wyliau Llanwrtyd,

Notes in the hand of D. Morgan Lewis of lectures delivered at a Holiday School at Llanwrtyd, 9-19 August, 1921, by Professor W. Jenkyn Jones [University College of Wales, Aberystwyth] ('Yr Ysgol Sul'), the Reverend Fred Jones [Tal-y-bont...

David Morgan Lewis.

Hanes Cymru,

Lectures on the history and topography of Wales written by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd').

'Ieuan Gwynedd'.

Hanes cylch Dolgellau,

Notes by Edward Griffith on the history of Wales, with particular reference to Dolgelley and district, Calvinistic Methodist church affairs, and Quakers in Bala and district; there is also a note on Dr Henry Owen.

Edward Griffith.

Llyfrau nodiadau

A volume of notebooks sewn together, containing jottings and extracts on Welsh grammar, antiquities, history and music, and miscellaneous notes, by David Lewis and John Lewis, 1847-1852.

George Owen : Fragmentes of Wales

'Fragmentes of Wales Contayneinge Resolutions and reasons of diverse men touching certaine questions and matters as well the aunciente as moderne state of Wales', by, and in the autograph of, George Owen, Henllys.

Owen, George, 1552-1613

George Owen's History of Wales,

A transcript of 'The number of the Hundreds, Castles, Parish Churches, and Fairs, ... the Names of the chief Lordships, Market Towns, Forests and great woods, Deer Parks, Havens, chief Mountains, and Hills, Notable Rivers, Monasteries, Priori...

'Llyfr Coch Asaph'

A miscellaneous collection of records mainly relating to Wales compiled towards the middle of the seventeenth century. -- The manuscript begins on page 53 with extracts from 'Llyfr Coch Asaph', with the additions from the hand of William...

Bullocke, William

Eight tales of Wales,

Typescript copies of eight short stories or tales entitled 'Gold for Gold ', 'The Hunchbacks of Lavan Sands', 'The Minstrel's Timely Return', 'The Origin of Bala Lake', 'Manleth of Cwm Brochan'...

Documents relating to Wales

'Antiquarian and Historical Documents &c. relating to Wales', including transcripts by John Jenkins of abstracts and extracts made by John Lloyd, Caerwys, from Sebright manuscripts.

Miscellanea

Miscellanea mainly in the hands of John Jenkins and Walter Davies and relating to the history, literature, ecclesiastical affairs, and music of Wales; a document relating to the collation of Richard Humffreys to the living of Aberhavesp, February ...

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