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Casgliad o farddoniaeth, &c.

  • NLW MS 6729B
  • File
  • 18-19 cents

A collection of 'carolau', 'cerddi', 'englynion', and other verse in various metres. The poets include John Rhees, 1776-8, Hugh Jones 'o Faes y glase' (1749-1825), Robert Evan 'o Feifod' (fl. c. 17...

Charms against witchcraft,

Two examples of charms against witchcraft, described by D[avid] R[ichard] Thomas in 'Demonology and Witchcraft' (Montgomeryshire Collections, XXXVII, pp. 143-50).

Charms and palmistry,

The manuscript is in two parts. The first part comprises charms, directions on how to make circles, a copy of John Leland's Epigrams, problems, memoranda, Welsh verses, and a list of owners of Welsh manuscripts, apparently compiled by John Jo...

Llyfr dewiniaeth,

An incomplete manuscript of texts and tables on astrology and witchcraft and medical and other recipes in the hand of 'Dauidd Dafis', 1804. The following are some examples of the titles included in the volume - '... y Deuddeg Arwydd...

Llyfr nodiadau o ryddiaith a barddoniaeth, etc.

  • NLW MS 6735B
  • File
  • 17-18 cents

A commonplace book of prose and verse, including a fragment on husbandry, recipes, a charm, astronomical and tide tables, 'Ystori Peilatvs', 'Ystori Adda', 'Ystori Noe Hen', 'Ystori Suddas', 'Araith Gwg...

Medical miscellanea,

Medical recipes; a religious text entitled 'cursus de eterna sapienta'; a herbal; charms; 'the boke of vertuse and of wateres' by Dr. Gylys; and transcripts of deeds.

Poetry, prophecies, &c.

A manuscript containing cywyddau brud and other poetry (pp. 7-8, 13-78, 87-94, 101-111, 115-130, 135-136, 154-298), the poets cited including Taliesin, Dafydd Nanmor, Dafydd ab Edmwnd and SiƓn Tudur; prophecies of Merlin (pp. 79-86, 112-114, 131-1...

Testunau swyngyfaredd,

A mutilated volume containing texts on witchcraft entitled 'Hyfforddiad i alw rhyw ffath ar Ysprydion y rhai ai geilw nhw yn Dylwyth Teg', 'Y Ffordd ar modd I gael trysor cyddiedig a fyddo gwedi ei gadw oddiwrth Iws Dyn', and &...