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Crosswood (Mont.) Manuscripts, Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765
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Barddoniaeth

Autograph poems by Griffith Griffiths, Rhys Jones (Blaenau), Evan Evans (Ieuan Brydydd Hir), Lewis Morris, Ap Iorwerth, Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg), Owen Williams (Waunfawr), Thomas Jones (Russell Cottage, Denbigh), Rowland Davies, Thomas Edwa...

Celtic Remains

A transcript of the introduction by Lewis Morris to his 'Celtic Remains'. The transcript was begun in 1775 by his grandson [? nephew] Lewis Morris.

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Celtic names of men and places

'An Alphabetical Index of the Celtic Names of Men and Places, as they are Latinized and found in Roman authors & others, with an attempt towards an explanation of them, and how they were called by the Native Celtae, Titans, Cimbrians, Cim...

Celtic remains

A transcript of Lewis Morris's 'Celtic Remains' made in 1778-1779 by his nephew Richard Morris, who refers to the fact that his cousin had already transcribed the 'Introduction', which is not contained in this manuscript.

Lewis Morris on William Burton

'Remarks on the unfair manner Mr Burton in his Commentary on Antoninus's Itinerary has quoted and treated the British history which goes under the Name of Galfridus Monemuthensis. By Lewis Morris'.

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Miscellanies

Transcripts by Walter Davies of Lewis Morris's 'Bonedd y Saint', of pedigrees of some of the saints and some Welsh chieftain families, of a long letter from Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick to Angharad Llwyd dealing with hereditary insignia,...

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Miscellanies

Two volumes of miscellaneous transcripts mainly in the hand of Walter Davies (Gwallter Mechain, 1761-1849), relating to the antiquities, history, topography, language, and literature of Wales. They include catalogues of Welsh manuscripts; transcri...

Evans, Evan, 1731-1788

Transcripts of letters

Transcripts of letters from John Morgan (Matchin), Lewis Morris, and William Wynn, with notes by Walter Davies; a transcript of Account of MSS. in Wales, written by the learned and ingenious Lewis Morris, as it is supposed about the year 1745 (cf....