- NLW MS 11813E.
Part of Brawdy MSS,
Miscellaneous letters:- W. H. Goldwyer, Bristol, to Walter Scott [aft. Sir Walter Scott], 1818 (comments on an enclosed copy of a portrait of Rob Roy), W. H. Goldwyer and [Mrs.] H. Goldwyer [from Bristol] to their son[s] Henry [and John] Goldwyer, Edinburgh, 1822 (personal, the progress of the recipients' medical studies, a Masonic display in Bristol, personal), Sibthorpe Bayly, Dublin, to Henry Goldwyer, Bristol, 1836-1844 (2) (Dr. Ashe's estate) (together with a draft reply, 1844), and Reginald Smith [from Bristol] to Henry Goldwyer, 1840 (a tribute on the recipient's resignation from the 'Commandery of the Nine Elect', greetings from the 'Sir Knights'); the autograph signature of Charles Dickens cut away from a letter; a copy by 'F. P. R.' of verses ('Hoffnung') by Frederick Heyne, with a French translation by 'My Father'; and two fragments of folios of a fourteenth century Latin manuscript and a fifteenth century English manuscript used as end-papers.