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Gwysaney Manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSGWYSAN
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1120]-[1942x1959], 2007

Manuscripts, [c. 1120]-[1942x1959], formerly part of the library of the Davies-Cooke family at Gwysaney, Mold, consisting mainly of family papers and manuscripts in Welsh or of Welsh interest.The manuscripts include the Liber Landavensis (Book of ...


Liber Landavensis Manuscript.

Contents in full (Latin unless otherwise specified): [ff. i-ii blank]; a fragment of unidentified text, largely illegible, probably patristic (f. iii); part of a quodlibet of Simon of Faversham (ff. 1-4 verso [flyleaves]); the Gospel according to ...

Liber Landavensis.

  • File
  • [c. 1120]-[1942x1959], 2007.
  • Part of Gwysaney Manuscripts

The Gospel of St Matthew and a compilation, [c. 1120]-[c. 1133], of copies of charters, saints' Lives and other records and literary material relating to the medieval diocese of Llandaf. The text of the earliest charters appears to date from ...

Liber Landavensis Old Covers.

Oak covers, formerly covered with a thin layer of silver-plate, of which only two small pieces remain. The lower cover is the only remaining part of the pre-1696 binding, and is probably original; cut into it is a sunken panel 283 x 187 mm., with ...

Epistolau bugeiliol St Paul.

An autograph translation into Welsh, [1567x1581], by Richard Davies, Bishop of St. Davids, of the Pastoral Epistles of St. Paul to Timothy, Titus and Philemon (ff. 2-11); this is apparently a new translation of these Epistles by Davies, following ...

Davies, Richard, 1501-1581.

Liber Landavensis associated letters and notes,

Letters, 1891-1893, from J. Gwenogfryn [sic] Evans to Philip Bryan Davies-Cooke, the owner of Liber Landavensis, concerning the 1893 edition and publication of the manuscript, its critical reception, and a special copy on vellum for Mrs Gwenogvryn...

Evans, J. Gwenogvryn (John Gwenogvryn), 1852-1930.

Letters concerning the Gwysaney estate,

Copies of around one hundred and sixty letters, 1785-1792, written in the main by Mrs Mary Puleston of [Hafod-y-Wern, near] Wrexham, in connection with the Gwysaney estate.Some of the letters throw light on the problems attendant upon the division...

Puleston, Mary, -1802.

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