File NLW MS 965i-iiE - Letters, M-W

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NLW MS 965i-iiE


Letters, M-W


  • 1840-1874 (Creation)

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200 items (numbered 201-400)

Repaired and bound as 2 volumes at NLW, 1969.

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Some one hundred and seventy-three autograph letters, 1845-1874, to Stephens from a large number of individuals prominent in the life of Wales, including Max Muller, Richard Parry (Gwalchmai), Sir Thomas Phillipps of Middle Hill, Thomas Price (Carnhuanawc), William Rees, Llandovery, Samuel Roberts (S. R.), Albert Schulz, Connop Thirlwall, S. Prideaux Tregelles, Theodore Hersart de la Villemarque, John Williams (Ab Ithel), Morris Williams (Nicander), Robert Williams, Rhydycroesau, and Rowland Williams (items 201-373). Also included in the volume are miscellaneous further letters, together with other papers including notes, draft articles, visas, eisteddfod adjudications and poetry, 1840-1862 (items 374-400).

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Arranged at NLW as follows: letters (arranged alphabetically by surname); other letters and papers.

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See also NLW MS 964i-iiE.

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Formerly known as Thomas Stephens 62i-ii.


Preferred citation: NLW MSS 965i-iiE


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