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Mary Williams: Corrected proof-sheets of The Dying God ...

  • NLW MS 6043C
  • File
  • 20 cent.

Proof-sheets of an article by Professor Mary Williams, Swansea (1882-1977) entitled The Dying God in Welsh Literature, with manuscript corrections by the author.

Williams, Mary, 1882-1977

Dr Mary Williams,

  • NLW ex 2423.
  • File
  • [1977].

A short biographical sketch of Dr Mary Williams (1883-1977), linguist and former Professor of Modern Languages, University College, Swansea, written by the donor's mother shortly after the subject's death in October 1977.

Mary Williams papers

  • GB 0210 MARAMS
  • Fonds
  • 1862-1974 (accumulated [1890]-1977)

Papers, lecture and research notes of and acquired by Mary Williams, relating to Middle French, Middle Welsh and medieval literature and Arthurian studies, 1907-1963; books collected by Mary Williams, 1897-1911; letters to Prof. Victor Spiers, 1898-1916; vouchers and receipts, 1924-1973; newspaper cuttings, 1911-1940; school books 1909-1916; papers relating to University College Swansea, 1921-1975, University of Wales Aberystwyth, 1924-1974, University of Durham, 1948-1952, and National Library of Wales, 1941-1974; correspondence, 1927-1976; and family papers, 1898-1944.

Williams, Mary, 1882-1977

Account book of the schooner Hope

An account book, [1850]-1860, of the schooner 'Hope' of Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, owned by Mary Williams (mother of the Rev. John Williams) and David Jenkins.
The volume contains accounts of cash laid out and received by the shiphusband and statements of account, 1853-1860 (ff. 12 verso-33). A copy of Reynolds' Original Birmingham Almanack for 1851 (1850) has been bound in at the end of the volume (ff. 134-141).

Letters: Salamanca-Symons,

The correspondents include: Walter Spurrell, Carmarthen, (22), 1902-1916, Lord Stamfordham, 1926, Sir George Stapledon (2), 1921 and undated, and Dr G. Arbour Stephens, 1925.

Spurrell, Walter, 1858-1934

G. Arbour Stephens Manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSGASTEP
  • Fonds
  • [1860x1930]

A small collection consisting of a notebook and legal and other papers of George Stephens, governor of the county gaol, Carmarthen; journals of William Davies, Pumpsaint, midshipman; and a play by George Arbour Stephens entitled 'Carmarthen. A Historical Episode ...'.

Stephens, G. Arbour (George Arbour)

Diary of G. Arbour Stephens,

  • NLW MS 11079A
  • File
  • 1935 /

Swansea Council Year Book, 1935, with manuscript entries by Dr. G. Arbour Stephens, Swansea, relating largely to his world cruise.

Stephens, G. Arbour (George Arbour)

Addresses, &c. of G. Arbour Stephens,

  • NLW MS 11078D
  • File
  • 1897-1938 /

Holograph and/or typescript copies of addresses by George Arbour Stephens, M.D., Swansea, including 'Was Dozmare Pool a Celtic lake of the Underworld?', published in Folk Lore, March, 1935, 'A Green Cross Service for the Celtic Fringe', delivered at the Celtic Congress, Isle of Man, 4 July, 1935, 'The Topographical Importance of Kidwelly and the Burry Estuary in connection with the Arthurian Romances. Caerwen as the old name for Kidwelly', published in The Carmarthen Journal, 25 November, 1938, and 'Radnorshire as a Centre of Celtic Mythology', delivered to the Radnorshire Antiquarian Society at Llandrindod, 2 December, 1938; together with some miscellaneous papers of G. Arbour Stephens, including army certificates, 1897-1918, notices of the leet court with view of frank-pledge of the borough and manor of Swansea, 1919-31, etc.

Stephens, G. Arbour (George Arbour)

Melltith ar y Nyth

Melltith ar y Nyth.
Darlledwyd yn gyntaf: 26 Rhagfyr 1975.
Sgript wedi'i deipio gydag anodiadau ysgrifenedig.
Sgript camera teledu BBC ar gyfer Melltith ar y Nyth (A Curse on the Nest).

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