File NLW MS 9071E. - Correspondence and papers, II (Paul Panton, senior)

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NLW MS 9071E.


Correspondence and papers, II (Paul Panton, senior)


  • 1766-1779 (Creation)

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c. 104 items.

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Letters, 1766-1778, to Paul Panton from Christopher Smart, 1766-1769, M. Waters, O. Meyrick, Ed: Hughes, Chwaen Wen, 1767-1768, Edward Hughes, Beaumaris and Plas Gwyn, 1766-1768, E. Pemberton, Warrington, J. Grimston, 1766-1769, J. Fremantle, Sir Roger Mostyn, Thomas Pennant, 1767-1769, John Royle, Holywell, Grey Cooper, of the Treasury, John Morton, Chief Justice, Thomas Totty, Holywell, 1766-1768, J. Wynne, Soughton, 1767, Henry Duncombe, 1767-1769, S. Mills, Norbury, 1767-1768, William Beard, Newcastle, 1767-1769, T. Broughton, of the S.P.C.K. (to Evan Evans concerning a Welsh Concordance, 1768), Lord Frederick Campbell, Wm. Butler, Dublin, the Duke of Ancaster, Tho. Prickard (to Evan Evans at Llanvihangel Crucorney, 1768), Wm. Wynne, Doctors' Commons, 1769, Thomas Whately, W. Falconer, J. Parry, Lincoln's Inn (concerning a road near Penmaenmawr, 1769), J. Stone, Chancery Lane, James Jones, Llanvihangel (Evan Evans's books, 1770), Thomas Williams, Llanidan, 1772, Thomas Smedley, Bagillt, 1774, Andrew Dalziel, Edinburgh (on the study of Greek, mathematics, etc., criticism of Gibbon, 1776), Daines Barrington (the discovery of bells at Bryn y Cloche, 1776), T. Crane, Chester, David Dalrymple, S. Pellet, Edinburgh, 1777-1778, R. Kenyon, J. More, bishop of Bangor, 1777, Thomas Hughes, Halkin, 1778, and G. Ravenscroft; together with miscellaneous documents: a petition of Philip Browne, bankrupt, 1768; pedigree of Catherine, heiress of Maesmore, 1767; poems on 'Westminster Abbey' and 'A Moment'; letters testimonial to Evan Evans from the vicars of Llanfihangel y Creuddyn and Llanilar and the rector of Rhostie, 1768; nomination of Evan Evans to the curacy of Llanberis, 1771; proposals by Paul Panton on white ore at Paris mountain, 1772; report of a journey by John Close to the Isle of Man, 1774; a plan of Talar Goch mine watercourse, 1777; and minutes of a meeting of Anglesey freeholders to consider the appointment of John Probert, 1779.

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See also NLW MSS 9070E, 9072-9074E.

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Formerly Panton Papers 21.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 9071E.

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  • Text: NLW MS 9071E.