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Natt. Lade: Religious treatise

A volume containing a religious treatise written, 1665, in prison by Natt. Lade and including a preface addressed to his wife, Ellen.

Lade, Natt., 17 cent. Religious treatise (1665), NLW MS 283A


A case containing seven books of sermons, in Welsh, preached at various places in Brecknockshire between 1773 and 1794; the material sheds some light upon the prevalence of the Welsh language in the county at that time.

Parchedig David Williams: Pregethau

A collection of sermons, 19 cent., in Welsh, by the Reverend David Williams, Blaenllynant, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire.

Williams, David, Rev., Blaenllynant, Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire Sermons (19 cent.), NLW MS 289A

John Fenwick: Militia papers

The letter-book of John Fenwick, of 69 Millbank Street, Westminster, containing copies of letters sent by him to the Right Honourable William Windham, Secretary at War, as agent for the volunteers and militia at Havant, Anglesey, Caernarfon, Flint, Carmarthen and Christchurch. The book also contains copies of letters and instructions forwarded to the militia and its officers.

Fenwick, John, Millbank Street, Westminster Letterbook (1797-1799), NLW MS 304D

Pembroke poll books

Poll books for Pembrokeshire for the years 1765 and 1768, the candidates in both elections being Sir Richard Philipps, bart, and Hugh Owen. A petition, signed by eighty-four persons, in favour of the bill introduced by Sir Henry Mackworth against the pressing seamen has been inserted at the beginning of the books.

John Jenkins, D.D.: Esboniad ar y Beibl

One of five volumes, 1817-1831, consisting of the original manuscript of the Bible Commentary written by John Jenkins, D.D. of Hengoed, Glamorganshire.

Jenkins, John, 1779-1853 Bible Commentary, original manuscript (1817-1831), NLW MS 315E

Edward Jones: Miscellaneous papers

A volume, in two parts, early 19 cent., containing a miscellaneous collection of papers, music sheets, and documents, etc. belonging to Edward Jones (Bardd y Brenin, 1752-1824).

Jones, Edward, 1752-1824 Miscellaneous papers (early 19 cent.), NLW MS 322E

Rent roll

A rent roll, 1644-1646, of the Plas-isa demesnes and also of Bryn Eyryn, Llandrillo and Llansanffraid. In a note on p. 4 the writer states "The 20th of December 1644, Rec. of my brother Robert Griffeth in part of paiement for a part of Plasisa Demeanes which he held 28l.6s.".

David Thomas: Barddoniaeth a nodiadau

A volume containing a collection of poetry, extracts and notes, etc. by David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri, 1759-1822).

Thomas, David, 1759-1822 Poetry, extracts, notes, etc. (early 19 cent.), NLW MS 325E

Welsh airs

A collection of Welsh airs made by Thomas D. Llewelyn (Llewelyn Alaw) in 1855. The tunes are arranged in some cases with harp accompaniments. The words of some of the tunes are given on the last few pages.

Folk songs, dances and popular tunes

A collection of folk songs, dances and popular tunes from the repertoire of T. D. Llewelyn, Harpist, Aberdare. The former NLW MS 328D has been added to this volume (pp. 320-353).
Includes an index by Nicholas Bennett.

Poll book of the Denbighshire election 1741

The poll book of the Denbighshire election of 1741, the two candidates being Sir Watkin Williams Wynn and John Myddelton of Chirk Castle. The book gives the names of all the voters, the freehold in respect of which they voted and their place of residence. A note (incomplete), in a different hand, has been inserted at the end of the list of voters and relates to "an illegal return" by William Myddelton, sheriff, who was consequently sent to Newgate prison; opposite this note a contemporary print has been pasted which shows the sheriff in Newgate. Two letters, dated 24th October 1739, from Sir Watkin Williams Wynn to Edward Maddocks have been inserted into the book.

Thomas Edwards (Twm o'r Nant): Carolau

A volume containing carols in the hand of Thomas Edwards (Twm o'r Nant, 1739-1810), c. 1800, the first beginning at the third line of verse five due to missing pages and the last being imperfect.

Edwards, Thomas, 1739-1810 Carols (c. 1800), NLW MS 349B

Thomas Edwards (Twm o'r Nant): Barddoniaeth a llythyr

A volume containing first drafts of poetry, c. 1800, by Thomas Edwards (Twm o'r Nant, 1739-1810), together with a letter to Owen Jones (Owain Myfyr, 1741-1814), 1799, in which Thomas Edwards offers to lend his manuscripts to the Gwyneddigion Society.

Edwards, Thomas, 1739-1810 Poetry and letter (1799/1800), NLW MS 350B

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