File NLW MS 9486D. - Correspondence,

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NLW MS 9486D.




  • 1880-1942. (Creation)

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Miscellaneous correspondence, mainly addressed to Charles E. Breese. The correspondents include J. Romilly Allen, Charles E. Breese (to Sir Osmond Williams), the Bishop of Bristol, 1905, H. Farnham Burke, James Colquhoun Campbell, bishop of Bangor, 1880, Charles J. Clark, 1906, Lord Clwyd, 1942, Ellis W. Davies, Bethesda, 1910-1912, Jonathan Davies, Portmadoc, 1914, Vaughan Davies, 1921, A. E. Elias, 1913, Thomas E. Ellis, 1895, O. Ll. J. Evans, 1901, W. A .Foster, 1919, W. Fuller, 1921, William George, 1922, S. Baring Gould, 1903, C. M. Greaves, J. E. Griffith, 1911, Wm. B. Halhed, 1912, W. E. Scott-Hall, 1914, W. E. Harries, 1912, H. E. Hollingworth, 1904, D. T. Hughes, 1905, E. Alfred Jones, 1904, Esther Lloyd Jones, 1903, G. E. Lloyd Jones, 1923, J. J. Jones, 1922, James Jones, 1921, John Jones, 1920, J. Maurice Jones, 1911, R. I. Jones ('Alltud Eifion'), 1896, and R. T. Jones, 1895.

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Previously known as Breese 16.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 9486D.

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