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A commonplace book,

  • NLW MS 5000B.
  • File
  • [18 cent., second ½]-[19 cent., first ½].

A commonplace book of Robert Edwards, Tai Draw, near Bala. It contains notes on astrology, witchcraft, legerdemain, geography, natural history, Biblical history, medicinal and household recipes, arithmetical and other tables, algebraical problems,...

Edwards, Robert, of Tai Draw, Penllyn.

Arithmetical exercises, etc.

  • NLW MS 23135B
  • File
  • 1811-1830

A volume compiled, 1811-1830, by Thomas Llewellyn of the parishes of Cardigan and Ferwig, Cardiganshire, chiefly containing arithmetical exercises but also miscellaneous notes and memoranda in English and Welsh, perhaps partly composed by him and ...

Llewellyn, Thomas, of Cardigan and Ferwig

Astrology, geomancy, etc.

Treatises and notes on the signs of the zodiac, the four elements, the planets, the sphere, geomancy, the astrolabe, astrology, etc.Part of the manuscript is written in cryptic writing.

Commonplace book

  • NLW MS 23702A.
  • File
  • 1750-1758

A manuscript volume, 1750-1758, compiled by Henry Young, perhaps of Tregaron, Cardiganshire, containing commonplace entries including notes on astronomy, astrology, physiology, weather lore (ff. 1 verso-3 verso) and Biblical and historical materia...

Young, Henry, b. 1738.

John Gadbury's 'The Ungratefull Dæmon Dispossessed',

A volume containing a manuscript copy of 'Δαιμονιωδησ: or The Ungratefull Dæmon Dispossessed. Being, A Second Reply to ye Rage & Ravings of J. Partridge: design'd for ye recovery of his Senses againe, w[hi]ch have bin lately Shipwrac...

Gadbury, John, 1627-1704.

Speculum mathematicum,

A manuscript of the Speculum Mathematicum sive de numerorum figuratorum resolutione of James Dowson of Chester (printed 1614), with astrological notes; and 'Shorte astrologicall judgments of the 12 howses of the heavens, first written by Gerr...

James Dowson.

Traethawd ar Astronomyddiaeth

A collection of Welsh tracts on astrology, palmistry and the wheel of fortune, written in a seventeenth-century hand.