File NLW MS 7963E. - Aberystwyth miscellanea,

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NLW MS 7963E.


Aberystwyth miscellanea,


  • 1821-1909. (Creation)

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Donation; November 1933

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An album compiled by George Eyre Evans, containing a collection of one hundred and ninety-five autograph letters, manuscript poems and other documents, printed notices, broadsides, circulars, photographs, etc., of Aberystwyth interest. The majority relate to the Aberystwyth Dispensary, later known as the Aberystwyth Infirmary, and particularly to the payment of subscriptions, 1821-1844. Others relate to the erection and renovation of St Michael's Church, 1825-1846; the restoration of the parish church of Llanbadarn Fawr, 1867; the opening of the Public Library, 1906; and the Exhibition of the Centenary of the Introduction of Printing, 1909.
Included in the volume is a typescript schedule of the documents.

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Welsh, English.

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For the printing centenary exhibition, see also NLW MS 7961C.

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Formerly known as Eyre Evans 40.


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Preferred citation: NLW MS 7963E.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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