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Penybontfawr Manuscripts,
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Cerddoriaeth

A composite volume of music, consisting of an imperfect copy of a collection of tunes published by H. Humphreys, Caernarvon, Original Sacred Music by John [David] Edwards, Oxford, and a manuscript collection including tunes by J[oseph] D[avid] Jon...

Clust-nodau defaid

A book of sheep earmarks for the parishes of Llandrillo, Llandderfel, Pennant, Llanfor, Llangower, Llanymawddwy, Llangynog, Hirnant, Llanwddyn, Llanfyllin, Llanarmon, Llanrha[e]adr[-ym-Mochnant], Llansilin and Llanfihangel, 1845.

Commonplace book

The commonplace book of John Jones, 1774, containing extracts from religious and other books, including The Whole Duty of Man, the Bible, Byr Grynhoad Eglur o'r Grefydd Gristianogol, The Universal Magazine, The Principles of Truth, 1668, etc....

Cyfreithjeu Hywel Dda ...

A copy of William Wotton: Cyfreithjeu Hywel Dda ac eraill, seu Leges Wallicae ..., London, 1730. Manuscript annotations have been added to the text by Walter Davies ('Gwallter Mechain') [see under 'Tarddiad']. Within the volume...

Dictionarium Duplex

An imperfect copy of John Davies [Mallwyd]: Antiquae Linguae Britannicae ... et Linguae Latine Dictionarium Duplex, 1632, with marginal notes consisting of medical prescriptions and poetry.

Emyn-donau ac anthemau

A book of hymn-tunes and anthems described as 'Hen Lyfr Dafydd Jones, Bont'. The majority of the items are anonymous. The following composers are represented: 'R. W.', W. J. White, B. Mills, 'T. W.', J[ohn] Edwards, L...

England's Warninge-peece ...

Transcripts of England's Warninge-peece, or the History of the Gun powder Treason with some notable passages not hitherto published; An Act for a publicke Thanks-giving to Almighty God, on the fifth day of November every year; and of 'Th...

Gwaith 'Robin Ddu Eryri' ac 'Ellis Bryn Coch'

A pocket book containing holograph addresses on temperance by Robert Parry ('Robin Ddu Eryri') and press cuttings of poems by him, 1858-1864. Pasted in the book are the following cartoons by 'Ellis Bryn Coch' [Ellis Owen Ellis]...

Gwaith Thomas Wiliems,

A collection of 'cywyddau' and 'englynion' mainly in the early hand of Thomas Wiliems, otherwise called Thomas ap William, of Trefriw, with a few items in his later hand. The poets represented are Iorwerth Beli, G[o]ronwy Gyrio...

Wiliems, Thomas, 1545 or 1546-1622?

Llyfr nodiadau

A memorandum book by John Watkins, Tre'rddol, Corwen, containing prose, poetry and accounts, including 'sylwadau ar yr Angenrheidrwydd am Ymfydeth ar y Cymru'; 'Darlith ar Ddiwygiad Gwladol, 1865'; copies of letters addres...

Medical recipes and miscellanea

Collections of medical recipes and miscellaneous items, including copies of a prophecy by Merlinus de Albania concerning the six last kings of England, and the second prophecy of Mother Shipton; 'Rheolau ynghylch Llafuriaeth neu Hwsmonaeth�...

Miscellany

A book of forms for compiling a register of freeholders, 1788, under An Act for the better securing the rights of Persons qualified to vote at County Election, with an incomplete copy of the Act and its schedules; medical recipes; an anecdote rela...

Penybontfawr Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSPENBONT
  • Fonds
  • [1565x1899].

A collection of manuscripts from the library of Baldwyn Lloyd Roberts, Penybontfawr, including poetry in the hand of Thomas Williems, otherwise Thomas ap William, of Trefriw; sermons; medical recipes and prescriptions; commonplace books; a book of...

Roberts, Baldwyn Lloyd, Penybontfawr.

Pregethau

A book of sermons written in 1610. A receipt by John Jones, clerk, to 'Mr Morgan', vicar of Llanhasaph [i.e. Llanasa], 8 December 9 James I [1611], entered in the book suggests that it belonged to Evan Morgan, nephew of Bishop William Mo...

Pregethau ac arolwg

Notes of sermons, a list of texts preached on at Wern, and a survey and valuation of properties. The book belonged to Esarah Watkin, 24 July 1845.

Thesaurus Rerum Ecclesiasticarum

A copy of the second edition by Browne Willis of John Ecton's Thesaurus Rerum Ecclesiasticarum, London, 1754, with manuscript notes by Samuel Edwards, mercer and citizen of London, 1755.