File NLW MS 5503C. - Letters to Henry Richard : A-E

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NLW MS 5503C.


Letters to Henry Richard : A-E


  • [1856]-[1888] (Creation)

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i, 192 ff. (74 items)

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The first of three volumes containing some one hundred and eighty-eight letters, 1856-1888, addressed to Henry Richard and dealing particularly with politics, the peace movement, education and other affairs in Wales.
The correspondents include Sheldon Amos (Sydney, New South Wales), Henry Austin Bruce, first baron Aberdare, Elihu Burritt (New Britain, Conn.), Josephine E. Butler, Sydney Charles [Buxton], earl Buxton, Estlin Carpenter, Joseph Chamberlain, F. W. Chesson, J. J. Colman (Norwich), Leonard Courtney, John Stewart [Gathorne-Hardy], second earl of Cranbrook, Henry W. Crosskey, R. W. Dale, Edward Henry [Stanley], fifteenth earl of Derby, Charles W. Dilke, L. L. Dillwyn, George Dixon, Henry T. Edwards (dean of Bangor), Lewis Edwards (Bala) and Thomas Charles Edwards (Aberystwyth).

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Arranged alphabetically by author at NLW.

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English, French.

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Formerly known as Richard 1.


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Preferred citation: NLW MS 5503C.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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