NLW MS 9073E.
Correspondence and papers, IV (Paul Panton, junior)
- [18 cent., second ½], 1800-1805 (Creation)
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Correspondence of Paul Panton, junior, 1800-1805, together with miscellaneous undated papers of the eighteenth century. The correspondence includes letters from William Owen, Pentonville, 1800, Thomas Dicken, Peatswood, R. Richards, Caerynwch, Thomas Peake, Denbigh, L[ewis Bagot, bishop of] St. Asaph, David Thomas, Plas Gwyn [Dafydd Ddu Eryri], Hugh Jones, Northop, Thomas Edwards, Saithaclwyd, and John Maughan (concerning Talar Goch mine, 1801-1802), and Owen Jones, London [Owain Myfyr], 1805; an undated Latin letter from Owen Lloyd; and a copy of a letter from Sir Robert Walpole to Lord Sunderland. The miscellaneous papers include precedents, cases, and miscellaneous notes by Paul Panton [?senior]; a translation of Flint borough charter, 1360; notes of a meeting to congratulate William Pitt; a note of a lease of Milwr mine, 1799; in memoriam notices of children of Thomas Panton of Leghorn, 1784-1787; pedigrees, and extracts from registers relating to the Panton and allied families; a list of freeholders consenting to enclosures in Llanfaelog, Llechylched, Llanfihangel yn Nhowyn, and Llanfihangel yn Eubwll; an account of Holywell; poetry verses on 'an account of a chimerical corporation consisting of elephants, established in Anglesey', 'A Fellow Commoners speech of Trinity Hall to Dr. Strahan on his voting for the Dinner Bell to ring at one o clock', and 'a ballad by Mr. Lowth'; and a petition for a bridge over the Menai Straits, near Bangor Ferry.
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Formerly Panton Papers 23.
Preferred citation: NLW MS 9073E.
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- Lead mines and mining -- Wales -- Dyserth.
- Lead mines and mining -- Wales -- Flintshire
- Inclosures -- Wales -- Anglesey.
- Land tenure -- Wales -- Anglesey
- Bridges -- Wales -- Caernarvonshire
- Bridges -- Wales -- Anglesey.
- Flint (Wales : Borough) -- Charters, grants, privileges
- Holywell (Wales)
- Menai Strait (Wales) -- Bridges.
- Menai Bridge (Wales)
- English poetry -- 18th century
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- Talargoch Lead Mine (Wales). (Subject)
- Milwr Mine (Flintshire, Wales : Lead mine) (Subject)
- Trinity Hall (University of Cambridge) -- Poetry (Subject)
- Pitt, William, 1759-1806 (Subject)
- Panton, Thomas, d. 1796 -- Family (Subject)
- Owen, William, Pentonville (Subject)
- Dicken, Thomas (Subject)
- Richards, Richard, Sir, 1752-1823 (Subject)
- Peake, Thomas, 1733-1811 (Subject)
- Bagot, Lewis, 1741-1802 (Subject)
- Thomas, David, 1759-1822 (Subject)
- Jones, Hugh, Northop (Subject)
- Edwards, Thomas, Saithaclwyd (Subject)
- Maughan, John, fl. 1797-1843 (Subject)
- Jones, Owen, 1741-1814 (Subject)
- Lloyd, Owen, fl. 1805 (Subject)
- Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford, 1676-1745. (Subject)
- Sunderland, Charles Spencer, Earl of, 1674-1722 (Subject)
- Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787. (Subject)
- Panton family, of Bagillt and Plas Gwyn -- Archives (Subject)
- Panton, Paul, 1758-1822 -- Correspondence (Subject)
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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales