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A Welsh Grammar,

A manuscript containing a Welsh Grammar, which is divided into the 'Pymp Llyfr Cerddwriaeth' (pp. 1-101) and ending with 'Trioedd Cerdd' (p. 102). At the end of the volume is a note by Evan Evans ('Ieuan Fardd') stati...

Ieuan Fardd.

A Welsh grammar,

A manuscript containing a Welsh grammar. A note in the hand of Moses Williams reads: 'This copy is out of a MS. lent me by R. Mostyn of Penbedw Esqr., which MS. formerly belong'd to Thomas ap Ivan of Hendre Forfydd [i.e. Peniarth MS 157]...

Moses Williams and another.

A treatise descriptive of arms,

A manuscript in three hands containing a treatise on arms addressed to Morgan Elfael (fl. c. 1528-1541) from Hywel ap Syr Mathew (d. 1581); also poetry, etc. Pp. 1-165 are in the autograph of Hywel ap Syr Mathew and were written in 1557 (cf. the w...

Hywel ap Syr Mathew and others.

Addysg i fodlonrwydd,

A manuscript containing ''The Art of Contentment' or Addysc i foddlonrwydd', translated into Welsh apparently by 'Nathanael Jones Esq. anno ætatis suæ 57' (p. 130).

Nathanael Jones.

Aristotle's Book of Physiognomy, &c.,

A manuscript containing a copy of Aristotle's Book of Physiognomy (originally written by Aristotle for Alexander the Great) (ff. 1-9) (cf. Jesus College MS 7, p. 48); material relating to astrology (ff. 10-26); and Traethiad Robin Moyses (ff....

Astrology, theological tracts, &c.,

  • NLW MS 2034B [RESTRICTED ACCESS].
  • File
  • [1475], 1650, [18 cent.].
  • Part of Panton Manuscripts

A manuscript containing astrological material (pp. 2, 15-16, 95-98, 26-32); names of plants in Latin and Welsh (p. 3); charms (pp. 4-6); the Paternoster, with every sentence explained (p. 7b); theological tracts (pp. 10-14); a commentary on the Pr...

Balm of Gilead,

A manuscript containing a translation into Welsh of Bishop Hall's Balm of Gilead or Comforter by Robert Jones, curate of Gyffylliog near Ruthin.The work was translated by the order of W. Salisbury of Rûg.

Reverend Robert Jones.

Boundaries within Wales, &c.,

'Gossodedigaetheu a Messureu y Deyrnas, Cantrevi a Chymydeu Kymry', being a list of hundreds, commotes and other geographical divisions within Wales. At the end of every division is a list of its castles.The list of 'Cantreds and Co...

Brut y Brenhined,

A composite, imperfect text made up of parts of two independent manuscripts, with the early chapters by a third hand; all three hands belong to the same type or school of writing, and cannot be separated by many years.Hand A (pp. i, 1-25) has 21 l...

Brut y Brenhined,

A manuscript, written in two hands of the first half of the sixteenth century, containing Brut y Brenhined, the text also including the Prophecy of Myrddin.The fly leaf has a note (1749) on the manuscript by Lewis Morris, who calls the manuscript ...

Brut y Brenhinedd,

A manuscript containing a copy of Brut y Brenhinedd from the British Museum MS Bibl. Cotton. Cleopatra B. v.

Brut y Brenhinedd,

A manuscript containing Brut y Brenhinedd, after 'Ifan Llwyd ap Dafydd o Nantmynach o fewn Sir Feirioydd [sic], Esquier'. Pp. 1-9 are in the hand of the Reverend Moses Williams.

Moses Williams and others.

Brut y Tywysogion,

A manuscript containing Brut y Tywysogion interspersed with the remarks and comments of Dr Powel's edition of H. Lloyd [Humphrey Llwyd]: Historie of Cambria now called Wales (1584) (although certain references in the margins to the pages of D...

Brut y Tywysogion,

A manuscript containing Brut y Tywysogion. Ff. 1-111, 114-121 are in the autograph of Richard ap John of Scorlegan, Llangynhafal.The text is a copy of Mostyn MS 116 when that manuscript was complete.

Richard ap John.

Brut y Tywysogion,

A manuscript containing Brut y Tywysogion copied by Moses Williams from the Red Book of Hergest, cols 231-376.

Moses Williams.

Brut y Tywysogion,

A manuscript containing Brut y Tywysogion taken from the Red Book of Hergest.The contents are in the same hand as that of Llanstephan MS 62 and their texts are in agreement in the passages tested.

Brut y Tywysogion, &c.,

A manuscript containing Brut y Tywysogion, with which some such text as that of the Saxon Chronicle has, to some extent, been interwoven in the earlier part.

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