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Kenward, James
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Early mountaineering,

  • NLW MS 21724B.
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  • 1869-1874 /

Three letters, 1869-1874, to James Kenward, FSA ('Elfynydd'), writer and poet, from H. B. Biden of Nottingham and London. They describe in detail walks and climbs in Snowdonia, South Wales and the Lake District, and include notes and comments on flora, geology, local guides and lodgings, the death of [John Williams] ab Ithel, Llandanwg church, co. Merioneth, the effects on the landscape of industrial and other development, guidebooks to Wales, Kenward's For Cambria: themes in verse and prose (London, 1868), and Oriel: a study in Eighteen Hundred and Seventy (London, 1871), and Biden's own publishing problems.

Biden, H. B.

Llythyrau, J-K

Letters addressed to John Ceiriog Hughes mainly on literary and eisteddfodic matters. The correspondents (J-K) include Daniel James (Gwyrosydd), 1886, J. Spinther James, 1870, David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg), 1871-1880, John Athanasius Jones (Athan Fardd), 1867, Humphrey Bradley Jones (Garmonydd), 1867, John Jones (Idris Fychan), 1865-1886, John Bowen Jones, 1867, Owen Wynne Jones (Glasynys), Robert Jones, Rotherhithe, 1875-1877, Robert Isaac Jones (Alltud Eifion), 1867, Robert Jones Derfel, 1863-1866, Thomas Gruffydd Jones (Tafalaw Bencerdd), 1862, Thomas Jones (Taliesin o Eifion), Thomas Tudno Jones (Tudno), 1870, William Jones (Gwrgant), 1860-1870, and James Kenward (Elfynydd), 1862.