Latin poetry -- 18th century.



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A volume compiled, [1710s]-[1790s], by various hands, containing poems, songs and commonplace entries, together with miscellaneous printed material including song-sheets and newspaper cuttings. Many of the items, which have been pasted on or inserted between the leaves, are connected with Brogyntyn and Wynnstay. The volume was originally used for exercises in navigation.

Letter on an infant's death,

Two copies, [early 18 cent.], of a letter addressed to 'Cousin Owen' [?Sir Robert Owen] and signed 'Row: Owen', offering the recipient comfort and advice on the death of his infant son. MS II.54(f) i, written in a neat italic hand, is probably the prototype of MS II.54(f) ii, a bound presentation copy written in a calligraphical italic hand. A comparison of the two copies shows that a number of words have been carelessly omitted throughout the text of MS II.54(f) ii; and a Latin verse which follows the letter in MS II.54(f) i has also been omitted. There are also some orthographical differences between the texts.