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Breconshire and Herefordshire survey,

Volume intitled 'Survey. Breconshire estates. 1820', being a survey of the Breconshire and Herefordshire estates of Sir Charles Morgan, presented to him by Thomas Bold, agent, March 1821. The estates are divided into the Tredegar estate (4,555a), Dderw estate (1,572a.), Palleg estate (2,164a.) and Herefordshire estate (487a.), and include interests in canals and other utilities.

Achau, arfau, &c.

A volume containing mainly pedigrees of North and South Wales families written by two principal scribes of the circle of George Owen of Henllys, Pembrokeshire.
(a) Pages 1, 7-209, 223-232, 239-256 and possibly 372-373 are written by a scribe who, although experienced in penning a good secretary hand and in executing ornate headings, is often inaccurate in his transcription of Welsh personal and place-names; he also wrote the line 'Owain ap Gruffith /i/ gelwid Gwinn ap Gr: yn jawn' on p. 41, in italic (examples of the same italic hand are found in the margins of pp. 19, 66, 113, 355, 356, 361 and elsewhere). This section comprises a collection of pedigrees mostly of North Wales families, including 'Bonedd y Saint' (pp. 84-90); the prose text 'Pedwar Marchog ar Higen oedd yn llys Arthur' (end wanting) (pp. 37-38); the dates of battles in the 'Wars of the Roses' (pp. 31, 208); five englynion, including one by Richard Davies, bishop of St Davids (p. 1), and other englynion dispersed among the pedigrees (pp. 57, 78, 92, 114-115, 170), together with the series of forty englynion entitled 'Campod Manuwel' (pp. 223-232); and the prose piece 'Disgrifiad Arfau', a Welsh translation of the heraldic treatise 'Tractatus de Armis', attributed to John Trevor, bishop of St Asaph (pp. 239-256). The ultimate source of this section is the collection of pedigrees and other texts written, [c. 1510], by 'Syr' Tomas ab Ieuan ap Deicws in Peniarth MS 127 (see p. 53); however, internal evidence suggests that the scribe was copying from the transcript of Peniarth MS 127 in NLW MS 17112D rather than directly from the original (see p. 104, where he begins copying the note 'Darfu examinatio y llyfrev newydd hyd yma' which occurs on f. 66 verso of NLW MS 17112D, before he realized his mistake). Both Brogyntyn MS I.15 and NLW MS 17112D preserve the original order of the text of Peniarth MS 127, which has been subsequently disarranged in binding. (b) Pages 211-212, 269-371, 374-411 are written by another experienced scribe whose display script is almost indistinguishable from that of the first scribe. These pages contain pedigrees mostly of South Wales families and include two copies of 'Llyma enway Kwnkwerwyr y rhai a vyant yngwlad Vorgannwg ay harfay' (pp. 280, 361-362), a third containing merely a short list of the conquerors' names (p. 310), and two copies of 'Llyma achoed Saint ynys Brydain' [= 'Bonedd y Saint'] (pp. 363-365, 385-386). The text on pp. 211-212, as indicated by a note in the hand of George Owen of Henllys at the head of p. 211, was copied in 1596 from the manuscript of 'Hyw Lewis Sr morgan' of Hafodwen, Carmarthenshire, which 'D'd ap Ienkin m'edd o Vachynlleth' wrote in 1586; the original is now NLW MS 3055D (Mostyn MS 159), pp. 232-233. The text on pp. 271-343 is partly derived from a manuscript written in 1513 by the Carmarthenshire poet and genealogist Ieuan Brechfa for 'Mastr John ap Henry ap Rees', with some of the pedigrees brought down to the second half of the sixteenth century; Ieuan Brechfa's manuscript does not seem to have survived; it is not Peniarth MS 131, pp. 199-308, which is thought to be in his hand. The source of pp. 345-411 is unknown, although the text on pp. 347-365 follows very closely that in Peniarth MS 143, pp. [?1-3], 4, 47-48, 7-19, 33-46, 49-52, written by the same mid-sixteenth century scribe who wrote many of the religious texts in Cardiff Central Library Havod MS 22. A leaf containing a prophecy in English verse, written in a late-sixteenth century hand, has been tipped in after the main text (pp. 413-414).

Canon Trevor Owen Papers,

  • GB 0210 TREWEN
  • Fonds
  • 1668-1883 /

Manuscripts and papers collected by Canon Trevor Owen (d. 1916). They include a group of papers of Sir William Williams ('Speaker Williams', 1634-1700), papers of John Williams (1700-87), attorney-general of the Chester Circuit and Chief Justice of the Brecon Circuit, and papers of John Roberts, Maes-y-porth ([1767]-1824), deputy registrar of the diocese of Bangor. The papers of Sir William Williams include personal papers and correspondence mainly relating to his purchase of the Llanforda estate, 1678-88; papers and correspondence re his offences and fine in scandalum magnatum against James II and the Earl of Peterborough, 1684-9; legal papers linked with his work, 1675-98; political papers and correspondence concerning parliamentary proceedings and the religious issues of the Stuart period, 1668-c. 1700; and printed political pamphlets and poetry, 1676-[1697x1700]. The papers of John Williams all relate to his legal work, c.1740 x c.1787. Canon Trevor Owen's own papers comprise deeds, mainly for lands in Denbigh, 1741-1883, and correspondence about a legal case, 1882-3. The papers of John Roberts comprise deeds, 1773-c. 1820, and correspondence, 1800-17, connnected with his work as deputy registrar of Bangor, and Maes y porth estate deeds, papers and correspondence, 1774-1827. The collection also contains deeds re premises in Neston, Cheshire, 1731-1802; and miscellaneous 18th-19th century papers.

Owen, Richard Trevor, d. 1916.

Valor ecclesiasticus

A manuscript containing the names of all rectories 'in the kingdom of England and Calais and the Marches thereof' of the annual value of over £10, arranged in dioceses, deaneries and counties, followed by the names of all vicarages in England, Wales and the Marches of the annual value of over £10, similarly arranged, all having been transcribed from the Liber Regis in the First Fruits and Tenths Office.

Bradney Deeds Collection (1923 Group),

  • GB 0210 BRADDEED
  • Fonds
  • 1488-1861 (accumulated [c. 1900]-1923) /

Mainly unrelated deeds, 1488-1861, relating to property in Monmouthshire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.

Bradney, Joseph Alfred, Sir, 1859-1933

Newman, Paynter and Co., Deeds and Documents,

  • GB 0210 NEWTER
  • Fonds
  • 1668-1882 /

Deeds and documents (1668-1882) relating to properties mainly in in co. Flint (Axton, Bistre, Caergwrle, Coleshill, Cwm, Cwm Uwchglan, Diserth, Estyn or Hope, Hawarden, Holywell, Hope, Hope Owen, Huriathicke, Kilken, Kinnerton, Mould, Newmarket, Northop, St Asaph, Shordley, Skeiviog, and Whitford), but also in cos Denbigh (Denbigh, Henllan, Llanrwst and Lleweny), Chester (Chester and Dodleston), Brecknock (Devynnock), Anglesey (Amlwch, Coedana, Llanerchymedd, Llanbadrug, Llanddyfnan, Llanfechell and Llanfihangel Tre'r Beurdd), Montgomery (Berth Lloyd) and Pembroke (Amroth). The main families were Mostyn of Mostyn Hall and Hope of Broughton and Hope.

Newman, Paynter and Co.

Index to arms

An ordinary of armorial bearings based upon histories of Hertfordshire by Chauncy and Salmon.

Coleman Collection of Deeds,

  • GB 0210 COLEMAN
  • Fonds
  • [16th century]-[19th century] /

Deeds and other documents collected by James Coleman relating to Anglesey, Brecknockshire, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Caernarfonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Glamorgan, Merionethshire, Monmouthshire, Montgomeryshire, Pembrokeshire, and Radnorshire, in Wales; and Cornwall, Cumberland, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Lancashire, Shropshire, and Suffolk, in England, [16th century]-[19th century].

James Coleman.

Miscellaneous prose

Miscellaneous prose pieces by Idris Davies, [1930s]-[1940s], comprising an essay entitled 'Teify Side' (ff. 1-3); drafts of a memoir entitled 'A Schoolboy During the Great War' (ff. 4-17); 'Portrait of an Old Welsh Miner' (ff. 18-29); fragment of a novel or short story (ff. 30-4) and draft of the beginning of a novel (ff. 35-9); five brief, surrealistic prose pieces (ff. 40-51); letter to the News Chronicle about a Fascist demonstration in Trafalgar Square, 1937 (ff. 52-7); Holiday in a Mining Valley (ff. 58-73); a Welsh version of 'A Schoolboy During the Great War' (ff. 74-84); and copies of two prose pieces published in Comment, 19 September 1936 and 23 January 1937 (ff. 85-6).

Tune book,

Two nineteenth-century tune books now joined together as one volume, the first bearing the dates 1816 and 1866 (inside covers) in the hand of Mair Richards of Darowen, and the second 1850 (inside front cover); the first part contains popular and traditional Welsh song and dance tunes, the second, English waltzes, marches and quicksteps with a few traditional Welsh tunes and hymn-tunes. Also included are an englyn attributed to M[air] R[ichards], but signed below in red by David Richards ('Dewi Silin'; 1783-1826), who may have been the first owner (part one, f. 1).

Mair Richards and others.

Journey notes and observations,

Journey notes and observations, 1766-1787, including notes from visits to London and Birmingham in 1766 concerning the manufacture of pig and bar iron. The notes contain the names and addresses of businessmen and details of their work, and notes on lead imports and exports in London. Also included are notes on forge processes at a foundry in Bristol, 1787, and observations on water wheels.

Legal precedents,

  • NLW MS 11805B.
  • Ffeil
  • [18 cent., second ½].
  • Rhan oBrawdy MSS,

Legal precedents written in several hands and based largely on legal records of the early years of the reign of George II. Several of the documents recorded in the volume are of interest to co. Middlesex.

Herald's Armorial, Vol. I

  • NLW MS 13697D
  • Ffeil
  • 1640-1660

A manuscript armorial of English and Welsh families entitled The nomenclature or Heralds Alphabett of Surnames, A-K (vol. I), with additional notes by Peter Le Neve (1661-1729), Norroy King at Arms. Painted coat-of-arms have been affixed to the manuscript at relevant points throughout the work.

Le Neve, Peter, 1661-1729

Cofnodion Pwyllgor Yr Angor, Glannau Mersi,

  • GB 0210 ANGOR
  • fonds
  • 1979-1987 /

Papurau Pwyllgor yr Angor, 1979-1987, yn cynnwys gohebiaeth, tanysgrifiadau, hysbysebion, cyfriflenni banc, anfonebau a phapurau personol,1979-1983, a chofnodion ariannol, 1983-1987 = Papers of the Committee of Yr Angor, 1979-1987, comprising correspondence, subscriptions, advertisements, bank statements, invoices and personal papers, 1979-1983, and financial records, 1983-1987.

Angor (Lerpwl a Glannau Mersi)

Reports on education,

  • NLW MS 12133D.
  • Ffeil
  • [c. 1764-1767].

A composite volume of the period c. 1764-1765 containing transcripts and drafts of reports on education in England, Wales, and Ireland, and of other papers on education, collected by a Russian commissioner with a view to establishing an educational system in Russia. The titles of the reports include 'Des Ecoles dans le Roiaume d'Irlande connues sous le Nom de Charter-Schools', 'Etat des Ecoles de Charité de la Grande Brétagne et de l'Irlande, l'année dernière, 1764', 'Ecoles ambulantes de Charite, dans la Principauté de Galles, en Angleterre', 'Etudes de l'École des Humanités', ‘'Reflexions sur l'utilité de deux Sociétés de Traducteurs, établies à St. Petersbourg & à Moscou', 'Utilités de l'Étude de la Langue Latine & de la Grecque, pour l'avancement des Connoissances', 'Supplement à la pétite Dissertation sur l'utilité de deux Sociétés de Traducteurs . . .', 'Doutes & Rémarques détachées, sur le Mémoire de Mr. le Conseiller Müller', 'Touchant le Protecteur général des Grandes Écoles & les Conseillers', 'Doutes touchant le Projet pour avoir 4 différentes sortes de Grandes Ecoles', 'Memoire Touchant les Grandes Ecoles d'Humanités en Angleterre, presenté au Mois de Novembre, 1764', 'Idée superficielle des deux Universites de l'Angleterre', 'Méthode d'enseigner les Humanités', 'Refléxions générales sur les principales Branches des Connoissances sur- tout en ce qui regarde La Prémière Education, & les Genres d'Études qui y conviennent', 'Projet de deux Grandes Ecoles, ou Séminaires Séculiers, l'un à St. Petersbourg, & l'autre à Moscou', etc.

Anfarwoldeb yr enaid,

  • NLW MS 11893A.
  • Ffeil
  • [19 cent.] /

Notes for an essay or address on 'Anfarwoldeb yr enaid' by Edward Roberts, ' ty Capel, Great [?Mersey] Street, Liverpool'.

Roberts, Edward, Great Mersey Street, Liverpool

J. Lamb Collection of Deeds,

  • GB 0210 JLAMB
  • Fonds
  • 1661-1808 (mainly 1661-1735) /

Deeds, 1661-1808 (mainly 1661-1735), relating to properties in Abergele, Henllan and Llanefydd, Denbighshire, as well as in Flintshire, Radnorshire, Herefordshire, Montgomeryshire, and Somerset.

J. Lamb, Liverpool..

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