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Letters to Thomas Pennant,

Two letters in Latin, 1756 and 1762, from the historian and geographer Vito Maria Amico e Statella of Catania, Sicily, to Thomas Pennant, chiefly relating to crustaceans and molluscs.In the first letter, 1 January 1756 (ff. 175-176), he arranges t...

Amico, Vito, 1697-1762.

Letters to John Lloyd of Wigfair,

Seventy holograph and autograph letters, notes, etc., addressed to John Lloyd at Garden Court, London, at Hafodunos near St. Asaph, at Wigfair near St. Asaph and elsewhere, 1770-1812.They comprise letters, etc., from Cath[erine] Parry, Soughton, L...

Thomas Pennant: Letters

  • NLW MS 5500C
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  • 1773-1798

Nearly one hundred and fifty letters, 1773-1798, from Thomas Pennant (1726-1798) of Downing, Flintshire to Richard Bull at Stratton Road, Piccadilly, London, and elsewhere, with numerous references to Pennant's publications and to prints and ...

Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798

Gronovius: Letters to Thomas Pennant

  • NLW MS 22195C
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  • 1762-1764

Ten letters in Latin, 1762-1764, from Laurent Theodor Gronovius (1730-?1778), Dutch naturalist, to Thomas Pennant (1726-1798), traveller and naturalist, mainly relating to their natural history studies and exchanges of books and specimens.

Gronovius, Laurentius Theodorus, 1730-1777

Thomas Pennant letter,

A letter, 17 July 1757, from T[homas] Pennant, Downing, to an unidentified fellow naturalist, ordering two copies of his new book ('the 1st volume of your History') and telling him of recent additions to his own collection.The letter con...

Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798

Letters to Thomas and David Pennant,

  • NLW MS 17420D.
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  • 1764-[?1835].

Seven letters with related papers, 1764-[c. 1835], addressed to Thomas Pennant (ff. 3-10), his son David Pennant (ff. 13-17, 19) and David's wife, Louisa (ff. 11-12, 18) of Downing, Flintshire, on subjects including ornithology, zoology and w...

Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798