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Aberystwyth 'No Assembly' Campaign (1979) Archive,

  • GB 0210 ABEIGN
  • Fonds
  • 1975-1981 /

Papers of the Aberystwyth "No Assembly" Campaign, 1975-1981, including correspondence, 1975-1981; pamphlets, leaflets, circular letters, stickers, 1976-1979; financial records, 1978-1979; press releases, 1978-1979 and press cuttings, 1975-1979.

Aberystwyth No Assembly Campaign.

Agricultural account book and journal,

  • NLW MSS 16798A i-ii.
  • File
  • 1802 and [19 cent., first ΒΌ ].

Two notebooks, NLW MS 16798Ai being a printed account book for the year 1802 possibly belonging to a yeoman farmer or man of similar profession, NLW MS 16798Aii being a journal without dates and containing only rough accounts on ff. 6 verso-7.
NLW MS 16798Ai mainly contains details of accounts settled and owed together with general observations on the weather, agricultural duties, etc. There are rough accounts on inside front cover, ff. i, ii verso, 85 recto-verso, and inside back cover. The location of the writer is uncertain but may have been Monmouthshire, Gloucestershire or another county at or near the Welsh border as mention is made of travelling to Howle in Shropshire (ff. 13 verso, 42 verso, 43 verso, 44 verso), to [?Soilwell Farm] in Gloucestershire (f. 32 verso), to Hereford (f. 29 verso), and to attending Ross[-on-Wye] church (f. 23 verso).

Album of franks,

  • NLW MS 12136F.
  • File
  • 1831-1840 /

An album compiled by Rees Goring Thomas, Llannonn, Llanelly, co. Carmarthen, in 1840, and containing mounted franks of letters of members of the House of Commons almost entirely of the period 1831-40. The writers include Henry Granville Fitzalan-Howard, aft. 14th duke of Norfolk, W. O. Stanley, Charles Hindley, Winthrop M. Praed, J. P. B. Chichester, H. W. Tancred, Fredk. Hodgson, W. H. Ludlow Bruges, John Hume Cust, viscount Alford, S. Crawley, C. J. F. Russell, R. Palmer, William Keppel Barrington, viscount Barrington, Jos[hua] Scholefield, Wm. Holmes, G. L. Fox, Wm. Turner, Wm. Feilden, J. S. Brownrigg, E. C. Lister, R. Pigot, P. Courtenay, Thos. Wood, Hy. Broadwood, F. Henry F. Berkeley, G. R. B. Pechell, P. W. S. Miles, Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville, aft. 3rd. marquess of Buckingham, Frederick William Hervey, aft. 1st marquess of Bristol, Eliot [T.] Yorke, H. Verney, C. Fitz Roy, Henry Petty- Fitzmaurice, aft. 3rd marquess of Lansdowne, Richard J. Eaton, R. G. Townley, Chas E. Law, Henry Goulburn, Thomas Spring Rice, 1st baron Monteagle of Brandon, W. E. Powell, G. Rice Trevor, D. Morris, J. Jones, Wm. Bulkeley Hughes, C. F. Berkeley, [Sir Philip de Malpas Grey Egerton], E. J. Stanley, H. G. Boldero, [Lord] Arthur Lennox, Hugh Rose, John Fort, Edwd. Horseman, C. Lemon, H. A. Aglionby, R. Sanderson, Edward Granville Eliot, aft. 3rd earl of St. Germans, W. Williams, Edwd. Ellice, John Neeld, S. Irton, G. H. Cavendish, Geo. Crewe, F. Hunt, G. Grey, E. Strutt, Lewis Wm. Buck, M. E. N. Parker, R. Williams, H. C. Sturt, J. Yarde Buller, Anthony Ashley Cooper, aft. 7th earl of Shaftesbury, J. R. Reed, E. R. Rice, Arthur Hill Trevor, 3rd viscount Dungannon, J. T. Tyrell, T. W. Bramston, Charles G. Round, Edwd. Divett, Edwd. Kerrison, Tho. Duncombe, Library of Wales Wm. Follett, Stephen R. Glynne, Cuthbert Rippon, Edwin Richard Windham Wyndham-Quin, aft. 3rd earl of Dunraven, C. R. M. Talbot, Grantley F. Berkeley, J. Phillpotts, F. Tollemache, E. Barnard, C. B. Wall, Glynne E. Welby, C. Wood, Hen. C. Compton, J. Planta, ?R. B. P. Philipps, W. H. Scourfield, Robert Price, Ed. Foley, George John Frederick Sackville- West, viscount Cantelupe, E. B. Clive, Higford Burr, R. Alston, Philip Henry Stanhope, aft. 5th earl of Stanhope, James Walter Grimston, aft. 1st earl of Verulam, Abel Smith, W. Cowper, R. H. Hurst, Edw. Fellowes, Fred. Pollock, J. Peel, Fitz Roy Kelly, Wm. Geary, John P. Plumptree, W. T. Praed, Tho. Law Hodges, Rd. Godson, W. C. James, H. Rich, Stratford Canning, William Hutt, W. Wilberforce, H. Hardinge, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley, aft. 14th earl of Derby, George Marton, Edw. B. Farnham, Charles Packe, S. Duckworth, Beaumont Hotham, 3rd baron Hotham, C. Greenaway, R. A. Christopher, G. Anson, Charles Anderson-Pelham, aft. 1st earl of Yarborough, G. J. Heathcote, H. Handley, Dudley Ryder, 1st earl of Harrowby and viscount Sandon, C. Cresswell, W. Crawford, J. Pattison, Edward Herbert, viscount Clive, Willm. Pinney, Jno. Stewart, John Brocklehurst, T. Grimsditch, Jno. Fector, John Round, Q. Dick, M. Philips, Ernest Bruce, Wm. Robt. Clayton, Fred Spencer, C. W. Williams Wynn, Thos. Wood, G. C. H. Somerset, J. Edwards, Granville George Leveson Gower, aft. 2nd earl Granville, Tho. Wilde, W. J. Blake, H. N. Burroughes, W. Bagge, Edmond Wodehouse, George James Finch-Hatton, aft. 11th earl of Winchilsea, Henry George Grey, aft. 3rd earl Grey, Charles Bennet, aft. 7th earl of Tankerville, Raikes Curry, Matt[hew] Bell, C. Blackett, H. Gally Knight, Lanc[elot] Rolleston, Arthur Richard Wellesley, marquess of Douro, Henry Pelham Fynes Pelham Clinton, aft. 5th duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne, John Hobhouse, G. G. Harcourt, Donald Maclean, T. G. Brunhall Estcourt, R. H. Inglis, W. Erle, John Owen, R. M. Rolfe, C. J. Hector, Hesketh Fleetwood, W. Wilkins, G. R. Philips, Geo. Thos. Staunton, R. Townley Parker, T. Dundas, Alex. Speirs, Thos. Pemberton, E. B. Sugden, R. Bernal, John Fenton, Thomas Hobhouse, E. T. Troubridge, F. W. Trench, J. Parker, H. G. Ward, W. Ormsby Gore, R. Hill, William Harry Vane, 4th earl of Darlington, R. H. Clive, Adam Duncan-Haldane, aft. 2nd earl of Camperdown, Wm. Gore Langton, A. R. Dottin, R. Ingham, E. Buller, Henry John Chetwynd Talbot, aft. gist earl of Shrewsbury, Dan. W. Harvey, [Lord] J[ohn] Russell, W. T. Copeland, Ed. Barnes, John Henniker-Major, 2nd baron Henniker, Rt. Rushbrooke, J. Bailey, Charles Broke Vere, R. Alsager, C. C. Cavendish, G. Darby, E. H. A'Court, Robert Peel, John Martin, J. Heathcoat, C. Barry Baldwin, Wm. Blount, Henry Fitzroy, aft. 5th duke of Grafton, Henry John Temple, 3rd viscount Palmerston, Edward Adolphus Seymour Seymour, aft. 12th duke of Somerset, J. Ennis Vivian, W. S. Lascelles, J. Eardley Wilmot, J. Mordaunt, Willm. Collins, W. Stratford Dugdale, E. J. Shirley, W. G. Hayter, J. Milnes Gaskell, G. W. Hope, M. Attwood, George Augustus Frederick Child-Villiers, aft. 6th earl of Jersey, Paulet St. J. Mildmay, Walter Long, J. B. East, J. Ramsbottom, George Spencer-Churchill, aft. 6th duke of Marlborough, Henry J. Winnington, R. Smith, Geo. Rob. Smith, Wm. Duncombe, W. Wilshere, E. S. Cayley, Henry Broadley, W. Gordon, J. Duff, Al[exander] Bannerman, [Patrick] Jas. [Herbert Crichton-] Stuart, Hope Johnstone, George Sinclair, Ja[mes] Colquhoun, Matt. Sharpe, J. Campbell, W. D. Gillon, A. Leith Hay, ?F. Maule, James Wemyss, R. Macleod, Robert Wallace, R. Steuart, J. Oswald, R[obey]t Ferguson, Fred. Dundas, R. Cutlar Fergusson, P. Chalmers, A. Kinnaird, Archibald Primrose, lord Dalmeny, J. McTaggart, W. Howard, J. Blair, ?J. O'Neill, Willm. Curry, J. D. Jackson, John Young, J. Stock, S. R. Maxwell, E. Litton, F. B. Beamish, Wm. M. Somerville, aft. baron Meredyth, William Brabazon, aft. 11th earl of Meath, Daniel O'Connell, F. Shaw, R. Hutton, Thos. Knox, aft. 1st earl of Ranfurly, Thomas Martin, A. H. Lynch, Mervyn Archdall, M. J. O'Connell, N. Fitz Simon, H. Thomas, Nathaniel Clements, aft. 2nd earl of Leitrim, William Roche, R. Bateson, R. A. Ferguson, ? John H. Talbot, J. W. Fitz Patrick, [Dennis O'Connor] 'O'Connor Don', C. H. Coote, J. P. Somers, H. Corry, James Power, etc. Among the recipients of the letters are J. B. Jeffreys (Jeffries, Jeffenes), solicitor, Carmarthen, Geo. T. Thomas, Gelliwernen, Llanelly, John Biddulph, Llanelly, etc., Eben[eze]r Morris, [vicar of] Llanelly, etc., Rees Goring Thomas, Llanon, etc., John Jeffereys, Swansea, David Lewis, Stradey, Llanelly, H. R. Downman, Tin Works, Carmarthen, John Davies, Guildhall Square, Carmarthen, R. J. Nevill, Llangennech, and W. Harris, Swansea. English and Welsh, Scottish, and Irish members are separately grouped, and the franks are arranged within each of the three groups in alphabetical order of constituencies. The initials 'R. G. T.' are lettered in gold on the upper cover, and 'House of Commons, 1840' likewise on the spine.

Thomas, Rees Goring.

Cardiganshire C. M. trust deeds, etc.,

  • NLW MS 12163D.
  • File
  • 1736-1871.

A bound volume containing printed Acts of Parliament, 1736-1868, largely relating to the conveyance of lands for charitable uses; a printed circular letter, 1861, from the Wesleyan Chapel Committee to the Superintendents of Circuits, calling attention to the provisions of 'An Act to amend the Law relating to the Conveyance of Land for Charitable Uses', 17 May 1861; and a manuscript alphabetical list, compiled circa or after 1871, of trust deeds of Calvinistic Methodist churches, Sunday schools, day schools, dwelling and chapel houses, cemeteries and land in co. Cardigan.

Causes in Chancery

  • NLW MS 765D
  • File
  • 1600-1603

A manuscript entitled Causes in Chancery gathered by Sir George Carye, one of ye Masters of the Chancery ..., containing reports of cases in Chancery from 1469/1470 to 1603.

Carey, George, 2nd Baron Carey of Hunsdon, 2nd Lord Hunsdon, 1547-1603 Reports of cases in Chancery, 1469/1470-1603, NLW MS 765D

Coal mining industry papers,

  • NLW ex 2533.
  • File
  • 2006, 2009 /

Two typescript papers by the donor John Dorian Evans entitled 'The coal mining industry and government policy' (December 2006) and 'Cwmgwili colliery, 1960-1992' (December, 2009).

Evans, John Dorian.

Copy of The english Physician

  • NLW MS 4545A
  • File
  • 18-19 cents

An incomplete copy of Nicholas Culpeper: The English Physician Enlarged ... (edition unknown), with additional manuscript notes on herbs by William Bona, Llanpumpsaint, who has also indicated every herb known to him and grown in his garden. Thomas Evans (Tomos Glyn Cothi) (1764-1833) has entered what appears to be a list of money gifts at a so-called bidding in Carmarthenshire, possibly on the occasion of his own marriage.

Deunydd gwleidyddol ac etholiadol

  • NLW MS 6754E
  • File
  • c. 1865-1869

A volume of press cuttings, circa 1865-1869, relating mainly to parliamentary affairs, elections, etc.

Ejected ministers of the Puritan Revolution

  • NLW MS 4707C
  • File
  • 20 cent.

A photostat facsimile of a manuscript in St Deiniol's Library, Hawarden containing lists of clergymen in all the counties of Wales except Anglesey who were ejected during the Puritan Revolution. The list is based mainly on the writings of John Walker (1674-1747) and Edmund Calamy (1671-1732).

Henry Hicks: Notes on British geology

  • NLW MS 4440C
  • File
  • 1882

Notes on The Oldest Rocks in the British Isles, written in 1882 by Henry Hicks (1837-1899), M.D., F.R.S., President of the Geological Society, 1896-1898.

Hicks, Henry Notes on British geology (1882), NLW MS 4440C

John Wee[v]er: Ancient Funeral Monuments ..., with additions

  • NLW MS 7002C
  • File
  • [17-18 cents]

One of two volumes containing a copy of John Wee[v]er: Ancient Funerall Monuments with in the vnited Monarchie of Great Britaine, Ireland ... (London, 1631), interleaved, with manuscript additions.

John Wee[v]er: Ancient Funerall Monuments ..., with additions

  • NLW MS 7001C
  • File
  • [17-18 cents]

One of two volumes containing a copy of John Wee[v]er: Ancient Funerall Monuments with in the vnited Monarchie of Great Britaine, Ireland ... (London, 1631), interleaved, with manuscript additions.

Weever, John, 1575/6-1632

Lawyer's notebook

  • NLW MS 6033A
  • File
  • 18 cent.

A notebook containing extracts from law reports, temp. George I.

Letters to Parry Jones.

  • NLW ex 2204
  • File
  • 1925-1963

A collection of over seventy autograph and typed letters and cards from Sir John Barbirolli, together with some from Evelyn Barbirolli to the singer Parry Jones between 1936-1963, and a further group of autograph and typed letters and cards, 1925-1963, to Parry Jones, signed by a number of prominent men and women of the day, including John Coates, Lilian Baylis, Desmond Shawe-Taylor, Sir Neville Cardus, Ernest Newman, Ian Parrott, Maurice Miles, Steuart Wilson, Peter Gellhorn and others.

Barbirolli, John, Sir, 1899-1970

Lists of Monastic Houses, Cartularies

  • NLW MS 7852C
  • File
  • [1814-1835]

A 'List of Monasteries, &c., in Great Britain to which is added a List of Monastic Cartularies with an Index, 1835'. The monasteries, churches, and castles are arranged alphabetically under counties, and particulars are given of the dates of foundation, of the situation of the monastic houses, and of the orders to which they belonged. The List of Monastic Cartularies was drawn up by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt., and is printed in Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, Vol. I, 1834. The volume also includes a 'List of monastic churches still made use of for Divine Service' taken from The Gentleman's Magazine, 1814.

Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872

Local Authority Survey Papers,

  • GB 0210 LOCVEY
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1987 /

Papers relating to the Local Authority Survey, 1985-1987, comprising replies from local authorities in Wales, 1985, and in the United Kingdom, 1986, in response to circulars from Gareth D. Evans; Standing Orders from various local authorities, [1986]; samples of circular letters, 1986-1987; letters received by GDE, 1986-1987; and draft of summary of replies received and their subsequent analysis, 1986.

Community Rights Project.

Material relating to the 11-plus examinations.

  • NLW ex 2278
  • File
  • 2003

A volume containing photocopies of a collation of miscellaneous 11-plus examination papers, taken in Wales and England 1921-1949, accumulated by the Rev. J. Aelwyn Roberts, Bangor.

Roberts, J. Aelwyn

Material relating to the Reform Bill

  • NLW MS 5428F
  • File
  • 1832

Copies sent by E. M. L. Mostyn, M.P. for Flintshire, 1832, to Edward Lloyd, Cefn, St Asaph, of A List of the Majority for, and the Minority against, the Passing of the Reform Bill ... and of Protest against the Second Reading of the Reform Bill (England) over the name of the Duke of Wellington and others, dated 16 April 1832, and endorsed with a note by Mostyn relating to the formation of a new ministry.

Mostyn, Edward Mostyn Lloyd-Mostyn, Baron, 1795-1884

Meddyginiaeth

  • NLW MS 4355A
  • File
  • 18-19 cents

Medical recipes and prescriptions bound with four pamphlets, namely Herbal, neu Lysieu-Lyfr ... Wedi eu casglu allan o waith N. Culpeper, ... Gan D. T. Jones (Caernarfon, 1816-1817), in three parts, and Drych i Ddwfr Cleifion ... (Caerfyrddin, 1765).

Mike Steele Papers,

  • GB 0210 MIKELE
  • Fonds
  • 1976-1996 /

Papers, 1976-1996, of political interest, including copies of speeches of various politicians, 1976-1996; miscellaneous papers, 1981-1994, including interview notes, drafts of newspaper articles, television news scripts, notes from Rhodri Morgan MP and Sir Bernard Braine MP; press releases, 1982-1995; miscellaneous papers, [c. 1980]-1992, concerning Welsh matters, including the Welsh language, Welsh language broadcasting, parliamentary constituency boundaries in Gwent, the Welsh Office, road tolls, the National Museum of Wales, the distribution of a political newspaper, Y Glorian, in Rhondda schools, devolution, Labour Party Young Socialists; printed parliamentary debates, 1977-1994; House of Commons reports, 1986-1992; and miscellaneous printed material, 1993-1995. Additional Papers of political interest, from the late 1980s to 2007, accumulated by the donor as Lobby Correspondent for the Community News Service, at the House of Commons. This additional group remains uncatalogued.

Steele, Mike.

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