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1797 French Invasion

  • NLW ex 1780
  • File

Letters, press cuttings, transcripts and associated papers collected by Sir Evan D. Jones (1859-1949), of Pentower, Fishguard, relating to the French Invasion of 1797 and to the North Pembrokeshire Local Militia. The correspondents, 1925-1931, include Professor David Salmon, Iltid E. Thomas, J. Kyrle Fletcher and Lord St Davids.

1910 General Election ephemera

  • NLW ex 2425.
  • File
  • 1910.

Election addresses and leaflets circulated in various constituencies including East Glamorgan Division, Mid-Glamorgan, Merthyr Boroughs and Breconshire during the December 1910 General Election.

56 Group Wales Papers

  • GB 0210 FSGROUP
  • Fonds
  • 1956-2012

Papers, 1956-2012, of the professional artist exhibiting association 56 Group Wales (formerly the 56 Group) which include publicity material (including catalogues and posters); printed publications; audio-visual footage; photographic print blocks; financial records; insurance papers; agendas and minutes of annual general meetings, extraordinary general meetings and Group meetings; and a voluminous correspondence, largely between the Group’s secretaries and its executive committee and other members, the Welsh Arts Council, exhibition venues, accountants and auditors, etc.

56 Group Wales

A Bala Savings Bank

  • NLW MS 4999E
  • File
  • 19 cent.

The Rules and Regulations of the Savings Bank for the Town of Bala,. and Neighbouring Parishes; established At Bala, November 9th, 1819 . . .', containing the names of the officials of the bank at Bala, its original and amended rules, and its annual statements of accounts from 1821 to 1833.

A Bible, with manuscript notes

  • NLW MS 813E
  • File
  • 17/18 cents

The third of four volumes containing an interleaved copy, with manuscript notes (partly in shorthand) by Caleb Evans, D.D. (1737-1791), of The Holy Bible ... with Annotations and Parallel Scriptures ... By Samuel Clark (London, 1690).

A Bible, with manuscript notes

  • NLW MS 814E
  • File
  • 17/18 cents

The fourth of four volumes containing an interleaved copy, with manscript notes (partly in shorthand) by Caleb Evans, D.D. (1737-1791), of The Holy Bible ... with Annotations and Parallel Scriptures ... By Samuel Clark (London, 1690).

A Bible, with manuscript notes

  • NLW MS 812E
  • File
  • 17/18 cents

The second of four volumes containing an interleaved copy, with manuscript notes (partly in shorthand) by Caleb Evans, D.D. (1737-1791) of The Holy Bible ... with Annotations and Parallel Scriptures ... By Samuel Clark (London, 1690).

A Bible, with manuscript notes

  • NLW MS 811E
  • File
  • 17/18 cents

The first of four volumes containing an interleaved copy, with manuscript notes (partly in shorthand) by Caleb Evans, D.D. (1737-1791), of The Holy Bible ... with Annotations and Parallel Scriptures ... By Samuel Clark (London, 1690).

A Bible, with manuscript notes

  • NLW MS 1120E
  • File
  • 1690-1775

A copy of The Holy Bible ... with annotations and parallel scriptures ... by Samuel Clark (London, 1690) which belonged to William Morgan of Rhumney, April 17th 1775, and which has genealogical notes relating to the Morgan family, 1731-1764, together with transcripts of letters and poems.

Clark, Samuel, 1626-1701 The Holy Bible ... with annotations and parallel scriptures ... by (1690), NLW MS 1120E

A Bibliography of Welsh Americana,

  • NLW MS 9278A.
  • File
  • [1901x1928] /

A bibliography, compiled by Henry Blackwell, of books, periodicals and newspapers in Welsh, or of Welsh interest, printed or published in America.

Blackwell, Henry, 1851-1928

A biographical and heraldic dictionary,

  • NLW MS 12522C.
  • File
  • [1876x1940] /

A volume described on the title page as 'The Heraldic Arms of the Welsh Princes Compiled by N[icholas] Bennett, Glanyrafon [Trefeglwys, co. Montgomery]. Copied & Emblazoned by his Nephew Breese Bennett Owen at Glanyrafon during . . . 1876'. The work is in the form of a biographical dictionary of eminent Welshmen from the earliest times to the nineteenth century, with, whenever ascertainable, descriptions and copies (emblazoned) of their coats of arms. Included as insets are a holograph letter from J[ ohn] Deffett Francis, Swansea, to Captain Thomas [of Swansea, 18]78, thanking the recipient for the opportunity to peruse the manuscript; and a family pedigree tracing the descent from the Bennett family of Glanyrafon of Mrs. E. I. Wynne-Jones of Rudgwick, Sussex, who donated the volume to the National Library. A list of manuscripts and books consulted in compiling the work is given at the beginning.

Owen, Breese Bennett

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