File NLW MS 10865E. - Miscellanea,

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NLW MS 10865E.




  • 1846-1900. (Creation)

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An agreement, 23 February, 1846, for the lease by Griffith Howell Vaughan, esq., of Rug, Merioneth, to Griffith Owen, of Vaner, parish of Llanelltyd; an indenture, 1 May, 1848, of apprenticeship for five years of Joseph Roberts of Rose Street, Ruthin, as master in Ruthin British School (Edward Jones of Brynhyfryd, esq., James Maurice of Well Street, esq., and John Jones of Market Place, Ruthin, managers, and John Edmunds of Ruthin, master) (a printed appendix contains extracts from minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, 21 December, 1846, and endorsed is an assignment of the original indenture to James Cromwell, successor to John Edmunds, 27 November, 1850); an unexecuted agreement for the lease from Hugh John Ellis Nanney of Gwynfryn, parish of Llanstymddwy, Caernarvonshire, esq., to David Evans of Cae Einion, Dolgelley, Merioneth, from year to year, commencing 25 March, 1887, of the farm called Cae Einion; a declaration signed by thirty-two students of Trevecca College, 11 November, 1889, denying statements made in Yr Haul 'concerning the intended secession of any student to the Church of England'; a galley proof of an article entitled 'Mr. Lloyd George, M.P., and the Goleuad', relating to Disestablishment and the bearing of Mr. Lloyd George's political action on Welsh Liberal policy, together with manuscript observations by Sir E. J. Reed, M.P. for Cardiff; a pedigree of the family of Jones of Llanio, Cardiganshire; miscelaneous poetry of Dolgelley interest (e.g. verses on the occasion of the marriage of Joseph Roberts, C.M., British School, and Miss Annie Jones, Penbryn, Dolgellau, 1860); a receipt for poor rate for the parish of Dolgelley, 1846; press cuttings, 1888, relating to the case of H. J. Ellis Nanney and his Merioneth tenants; Morris Charles Jones: Valle Crucis Abbey ... (London, 1866), bearing the name of R[ichard] Williams [Celynog, Newtown], 20 October, 1866; and 'Etholiad Cyffredinol 1900. Miss Meirion: Hanes ei Charwriaeth, ei Gwaeledd, ei Thranc, a'i Chynhebrwng. Gan Tudur Llwyd' (3rd edition).

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The description is also available in Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Part XIX, 260-261.

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Further press cuttings, 1888, relating to H. J. Ellis Nanney and his tenants may be found in NLW MS 10864C; a copy of Edward Hamer, A Brief Account of the Chartist Outbreak at Llanidloes, in the year 1839 ... (Llanidloes, 1867) is NLW MS 10863B.

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Previously known as Frondirion 52.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 10865E.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: NLW MS 10865E.