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[Plas Nantyr Photo Album 2]

  • [Plas Nantyr Photo Album 2]
  • File
  • [ca.1880-ca.1890]

Album bound in black leather with gold tooling and slightly damaged. Includes commercially and privately produced photographs, many of Lancaster and the north west of England. Of particular note are images of the Yarlside Iron Mines, street scenes in Preston (Lancashire), Lancaster Quay Commissioners trip 188-, River Thames after a University boat race, numerous views of Downing Hall, Flintshire and grounds, some being snowscenes.

Gomer Lewis Collection

  • [Gomer Lewis Collection]
  • File
  • [ca.1960-ca.1980]

Black & white & col photographs of Gomer Lewis' studio, his (and possibly other artists) artworks.

Lewis, Gomer, 1921-

Cofnodion Cymdeithas y Ddraig Goch, Manceinion,

  • NLW ex 2509.
  • file
  • 1928-1964.

Llyfrau cofnodion Cymdeithas y Ddraig Goch, Manceinion, o’r dechrau yn 1928 hyd at 1937, o 1944-1948, a 1957-1964, a hefyd llyfr y trysorydd, 1956-1960. = Minute books of 'Cymdeithas y Ddraig Goch, Manceinion a’r Cylch' (Manchester Red Dragon Society), from its establishment in 1928 until 1937, from 1944-1948 and 1957-1964, and also the treasurer’s book, 1956-1960.

Cymdeithas y Ddraig Goch, Manceinion.

Papurau Cymdeithas Cymry Manceinion,

  • NLW ex 2508.
  • file
  • 1925-1991.

Dwy gyfrol yn perthyn i Gymdeithas Cymry Manceinion (Cymdeithas Genedlaethol Cymry Manceinion yn wreiddiol), sef llyfr cofnodion, 1954-1991, gan gynnwys rhaglenni'r tymor, a llyfr lloffion yn cynnwys erthyglau papurau newydd yn nodi gweithgareddau’r gymdeithas a'r eglwysi, 1925-1932. Dathlodd y gymdeithas ei chanmlwyddiant ym 1986. = Two volumes relating to Cymdeithas Cymry Manceinion (Manchester Welsh Society, originally known as Manchester Welsh National Society), being a minute book, 1954-1991 including programmes of events, and a scrap-book containing newspaper articles, 1925-1932, detailing the society’s activities and also the churches. The society celebrated its centenary in 1986.

Cymdeithas Cymry Manceinion.

Papurau Cymdeithas Cymry Durham,

  • NLW ex 2483.
  • file
  • 1966-2006.

Papurau, 1966-2006, gan gynnwys cofnodion cyfarfodydd, gohebiaeth, papurau ariannol, rhaglenni a phapurau amrywiol eraill yn ymwneud â'r gymdeithas. Bu Dr Lewis Davies (m. 2006), diweddar ŵr y rhoddwr, yn ysgrifennydd a thrysorydd y gymdeithas am nifer o flynyddoedd. = Papers of the Durham Welsh Society, 1966-2006, including minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial papers, programmes and various other papers, relating to the society. Dr Lewis Davies (d. 2006), the donor’s late husband, was secretary and treasurer of the society for many years.

Durham Welsh Society.

W. J. Slack's 'Agricultural History of Shropshire'

  • NLW ex 1868
  • File
  • 1995

A copy of a typescript work entitled 'Agricultural History of Shropshire' by W. J. Slack (d. 1954), brought together in the form of a volume by Frances M. Wright in 1995.

Prison Recollections of D. M. Lewis

  • NLW ex 1835
  • File

Atgofion teipysgrif David Morris Lewis yn dwyn y teitl 'From Prison to Prison', yn ymwneud â'i yrfa yng ngharchardai Wakefield, Wandsworth, Amwythig, Abertawe, Dartmoor, Caerloyw, Canolfan Gadw Brynbuga ac Albany, Ynys Wyth, 1937-1971. / Typescript recollections of David Morris Lewis entitled 'From Prison to Prison', relating to his career in the prison service at Wakefield, Wandsworth, Shrewsbury, Swansea, Dartmoor, Gloucester, Usk Detention Centre and Albany, Isle of Wight, 1937-1971.

Letters,

Some eighty letters, 1971-1976 (including some transcripts and copies) from John Barnard Jenkins to various correspondents, including Sarah Erskine and Ned Thomas (25), Robat Gruffudd and Elwyn Ioan (14) and Cyril Hodges (27). The letters were written during his imprisonment for offences including the possession of explosives and causing explosions and some were published in Williams, Rhodri (ed.): John Jenkins, Prison Letters (Tal-y-bont, 1981).

John Barnard Jenkins.

Legal precedents,

  • NLW MS 11805B.
  • File
  • [18 cent., second ½].
  • Part of Brawdy 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.

Remarks on the Malt Tax ...,

  • NLW MS 9320C.
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  • [1835x1900] /

An annotated interleaved copy of T. [N]. Parker's Remarks on the Malt Tax: with reference to the debate in the House of Commons on the 10th March 1835, and in defence of the farmers and maltsters against the injurious effects of misrepresentations and misprints, and the indiscreet kindness of some of their friends. Shrewsbury, 1835; with a covering circular and cuttings from the Salopian Journal.

Parker, Thomas N. (Thomas Netherton)

The English country gentleman,

  • NLW MS 9319C.
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  • 1823 /

'Maxims on the political, social, and domestic economy of the English country gentleman in his public and individual capacity', written in 1823 by Thomas Netherton Parker, Sweeney [Hall, near Oswestry]'.

Parker, Thomas N. (Thomas Netherton)

Howel Powell: 'Short observations on ... Deistical Writers ...'

  • NLW MS 6993B
  • File
  • 18 cent.

'Short observations on some of the Deistical Writers that have appear'd in England in the last and present Century. January ye 28th 1767', 'Likewise observations on many other important Subjects', etc., begun in 1767 by Howel[l] Powell.

Powell, Howell, 18 cent.

List of ships on the river Dee

  • NLW MS 5914C
  • File
  • 20 cent.

A list of trading vessels from 1837 onwards which were built on the river Dee, the material including the towns of Rhyl, Flint, Connah's Quay, Queensferry and Chester.

G. T. Clark: Notes on architecture

  • NLW MS 4740D
  • File
  • 19 cent.

Notes, made mainly between 1838 and 1842, by George Thomas Clark (1809-1898), afterwards of Dowlais and Talygarn, Glamorgan, on the architectural features of a large number of churches in England, with occasional notes on monuments, castles and certain residences, almost all the notes being accompanied by sketches.

Clark, George Thomas, 1809-1898 Notes on architecture, with sketches (1838-1842), NLW MS 4740D

Abbeys and churches of Shewsbury

  • NLW MS 4709C
  • File
  • c. 1840

A history, compiled c. 1840, possibly by Edward Edwards, of the abbey of St Peter and St Paul, the vicarage of the Holy Cross and several churches, all in Shrewsbury.

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.

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