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  • 1897. (Creation)

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3 folders ; 10 cm.

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Includes letters from James A. H. Murray, Edward Owen, Thomas Powel, William Iago (2), Edward Anwyl (4), Thomas Owen, John R. Mowbray, A. G. Boscawen (2), Charles Roeder (2), Hugh E. Seebohm, D. R. Thomas, D. Brynmor Jones (2), T. H. Thomas (2), D. P. Alford, H. Furneaux, Sidney Herbert (Earl of Pembroke) (5), John Owen, A. C. Humphreys-Owen (2), Charles Elton, Augusta Herbert, F. G. Kenyon (2), John L. Myers, Henry Owen (4), E. Sidney Hartland (2), David R. Hughes, H. W. Williams (7), Wentworth Webster, John H. Puleston (2), Hugh Williams, G. Hartwell Jones, George Coffey, Robert Cochrane (2), Richard J. Kelly, Charles Owen O'Conor (3), Reginald Bence-Jones, A. S. Napier, Alfred Holder, Douglas Hyde, W. J. Lewis, J. Edwin Odgers, George St John Colthurst, Arthur Guinness (Baron Ardilaun), Bernard Mallet, Robert Welch (2), Bernard FitzPatrick (Baron Castletown), W. A. Craigie, J. Romilly Allen (2), S. Baring-Gould (3), John Hobson Matthews, F. Haverfield, E. Vincent Evans, William Keith Leask, Fanny Bulkeley-Owen (2), Robert Burnard (2), John Garstang, J. Anderson (5), Alfred Neobard Palmer, C. E. G. Philipps, Norman Moore, E. S. Dodgson (2), Lewis Morris, H. Augusta Mostyn, Charles Mills Gayley, N. MacColl, John Edward Lloyd, Osborn J. Bergin (2), D. Hay Fleming, A. S. Green, C. A. Buckler, R. A. Stewart Macalister, Alexander Carmichael (2), Hugo Schuchardt, Edward Clodd (3), and Alexander B. Grosart.

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English, German, Welsh, Irish.

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Sir John Rhys's reply, dated 21 Sept. 1897, to the letter from Robert Burnard is available on the Dartmoor Archive website (viewed January 2011).

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Preferred citation: A1/1/28.

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  • Text: A1/1/28 (9).