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A history of medicine in Wales in the eighteenth century,

  • NLW MS 16125E.
  • File
  • 1957 /

A typescript M.A. dissertation, 1957, for Liverpool University Department of Celtic by J[ohn] G[lyn] Penrhyn Jones, entitled 'A history of medicine in Wales in the eighteenth century'.
The dissertation includes chapters on social conditions in Wales, the impact of the Industrial Revolution, 'folk' medicine and herbalism, and biographies of prominent medical men. Supplementary material, including extracts from printed and manuscript sources, is to be found in the Appendices (ff. 164-329). Two tables of contents are included (f. iii, 163a).

Jones, Glyn Penrhyn.

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.

An account book.

  • NLW MS 2299B
  • File
  • 19 cent.

An account of payments made by David Thomas [? of Johnstown, Pembrokeshire] for rates and taxes, 1819-1835, and to domestic servants, 1819-1821.

An account book,

  • NLW MS 10346B.
  • File
  • 1805-1821.

A book of agricultural and household accounts, 1805-19, with accounts of tolls collected in the Mostyn district, 1814-21.

Autograph album

  • NLW MS 22875C.
  • File
  • 1879-1918

An autograph album, 1879-1918, thought to belong to 'Ap Ieuan', possibly Samuel Evans, a member of Tabernacl Welsh Congregational church, Shrewsbury, containing entries in Welsh, English, Chinese and other eastern and African languages, mainly by Congregationalist ministers and missionaries, including Ben Davies, Pant-teg, T. Eynon Davies, David Picton Jones, J. R. Kilsby Jones and H. Elvet Lewis ('Elfed'); together with pasted-in photographs. Papers found loose inside have been tipped in at the end of the volume (ff. 27-32).

Evans, Samuel, Ap Ieuan.

Autograph albums,

  • NLW ex 2392.
  • File
  • 1918-1925, 1961.

Two autograph albums, 1918-1925, which belonged to Miss Jennie Powel Parry, the donor's aunt, from her time at Pen-y-groes County School, and later at Bangor Normal College. Included with the largest album is an unpublished poem by Sir Thomas Parry, 1921, and a letter of condolence on the death of her mother in 1961.

Parry, Thomas, 1904-1985

Barddoniaeth a cherddoriaeth

  • NLW MS 3260B
  • File
  • 18-19 cents

A manuscript containing transcripts mainly by David Saunders (Dafydd ap Tomas Saunders), Lampeter, afterwards of Merthyr Tydfil, with some by David Jones (Glaswalch), Lampeter, and comprising awdlau and other poetry by David Saunders, David Jones and others; Hyfforddiad I beroriaeth Eglwys; hymn- and psalm-tunes; the rules of Welsh poetry; a list of Welsh poets; etc.

Barddoniaeth John Jones, Ceunant,

  • NLW MS 16829A.
  • file
  • [1875x1925].

Cyfrol yn cynnwys barddoniaeth gan John Jones, Ceunant ac eraill, ynghyd â ryseitiau meddyginiaethol a rhai ar gyfer y gegin a'r tŷ, yr oll mewn [?o leiaf dwy] law anhysbys = A volume of poetry by John Jones, Ceunant and others, together with culinary, domestic and medical recipes, all written in [?at least two] hands.
Nodir mai gan 'Gwilym Llugwy' (William Owen, Betws y Coed) mae un o'r englynion (f. 7). Ceir ôl adolygu a chywiro ar beth o'r cerddi, sy'n awgrymu efallai mai gwaith un o'r sgrifenwyr ydyw'r rhai neillduol hynny = One of the englynion is noted as being by 'Gwilym Llugwy' (William Owen, Betws y Coed) (f. 7). There are marks of editing and correction on some of the poems, which suggests that these particular ones may be in the autograph of one of the scribes.

Bedyddwyr Cymru a'r Diwygiad,

  • NLW MS 22856D.
  • File
  • 1906.

Accounts, 1906, in Welsh and English, of the religious revival of 1904-1905, received from eighteen Baptist churches in Wales in response to a questionnaire by the Welsh Baptist Historical Society; together with a list of all twenty-two replies received (f. i).

Cymdeithas Hanes Bedyddwyr Cymru.

Benjamin Williams III family history,

  • NLW Facs 1012.
  • File
  • [2006].

Photocopies relating to the genealogy of Benjamin Williams III whose great grandfather Benjamin Williams (d. 1896) emigrated from Wales in 1853 to the United States and was one of the early Welsh settlers in Middle Granville, New York .

Book of legal precedents,

  • NLW MS 16874A.
  • File
  • 1798-[1808], 1829 /

A volume compiled, 1798-[1808], by Henry J. Hughes, Llanbeblig, containing precedents of declarations, pleas, and other legal documents, together with cases and opinions and notes on replevin.
The precedents relate mainly to cases in Anglesey, Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire, [18 cent., second ¼]-[late 18 cent.]. The contents are listed on pp. iv-ix. An agreement to build a drain, 1829, is loose at the end of the volume (pp. 323-324).

Hughes, H. J. (Henry J.), of Llanbeblig.

Book of recipes,

  • NLW MS 16721B.
  • File
  • [1850x1870] /

A volume containing culinary and medicinal recipes collected by Mrs John Llewellin, [1850x1870], in which sources are named, dates sometimes given, and comments included on the quality of the resulting fare or remedy.

Llewellin, John, Mrs

Brenda Chamberlain Papers,

  • NLW ex 2436.
  • File
  • 1950-1973.

Papers of and relating to the artist and poet Brenda Chamberlain including her radio script 'The Protagonists', 1967, exhibition catalogues, 1962-1973. Also included is a biographical note on the artist, 1973, for Forecast, newspaper of Bangor University students, on an exhibition of her works in the university.

Chamberlain, Brenda

Brith Gof Archive,

  • GB 0210 BRIGOF
  • Fonds
  • [1974]-[2007] /

Papers of Brith Gof, including correspondence, papers and photographs relating to the company’s site specific and theatre productions, projects, and television productions; together with administrative papers relating to company productions and company business and information papers; and general papers relating to the company and its work, site specific theatre and theatre in Wales. A further consignment of 8 crates Brith Gof's administrative papers were received from Mike Pearson, November 2012. This group remains uncatalogued.

Brith Gof (Theatre company)

Cardiganshire Lead Mines Records,

  • GB 0210 CARLEANES
  • Fonds
  • 1847-1937 /

Miscellaneous papers and plans relating to lead mining companies, Cardiganshire, 1847-1937, acquired by the British Geological Survey.

Cardiganshire Lead Mining Companies.

Christian Rebuild papers,

  • NLW ex 2556.
  • File
  • 2000-2008.

Papers of Christian Rebuild, 2000-2008, donated by its secretary The Reverend Christopher Gillham. Christian Rebuild is a UK Charity, first established in Wales, which gives aid to Eastern Europe and the Middle East. The papers include leaflets and correspondence relating to the charity.

Christian Rebuild.

Co-operative Society (Western Section) Annual Returns,

  • GB 0210 COOPSOC
  • Fonds
  • 1937-1967.

Annual returns, 1937-1967, sent by local Co-operative Societies in South Wales and the border counties (Western Section) to the movement's headquarters, Co-operative Union Ltd, Manchester. The returns give details of land owned by each local society, profits made, the numbers of employees and members, particulars of trading, investments, liabilities and assets, and commercial operations undertaken during the course of the year. In several cases copies of annual Reports and Balance Sheets and other papers are appended to the returns. The returns were accompanied by a box list which has been used as the basis for the present list.

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Cyfarthfa Papers,

  • GB 0210 CYFHFA
  • Fonds
  • [1706]-1878 /

Records relating mainly to the industrial concerns of the Crawshay family of Cyfarthfa, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, [1706]-1878, including leters and letter books of William Crawshay I and II and Robert Crawshay, 1806-1877; cash books, ledgers and bankers drafts, 1834-1888; deeds, [1706]-1885; wills, deeds and miscellaneous material, 1801-1838; balance sheets for ironworks, 1810-1867; will, valuation and probate for William Crawshay II, 1865-1869; shares and bills of exchange, 1870-1878; and Hilston Park estate papers, 1838-1862 and Caversham Park estate papers, 1826-1864. The archive represents the working papers of a major ironworking dynasty.

Crawshay family.

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