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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 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 ...

Letter relating to Cardiganshire lead mining

A letter, 22 November 1763, from Thomas Allcocks, at Garreg [or Carreg] lead mine, in the vicinity of Talybont, Cardiganshire, to an unidentified recipient, giving news relating to lead and other mineral mining in the area.

Allcocks, Thomas.

Copy order to Carmarthenshire militia,

A true copy, [?1767], by F. Williams of an order, dated 10 September 1767, to the chief constables of the commote of Carnawllon [Carnwyllion], for the county militia of Carmarthenshire to assemble on 7 October 1767, the original having been signed...

Williams, F., of Carnwyllion.

Anna Seward: Sonnet

Autograph manuscript, dated 11 September 1799 (watermark 1794), of Anna Seward's 'Sonnet for the drawer in the thatched shed by the brook at Plas Newydd'. It was published, with a very few minor alterations, in The Poetical Works of...

Seward, Anna, 1742-1809

Viscount Palmerston letters from Wales

Four autograph letters, July-October 1804, from Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, to his mother, Mary, written mainly on a tour of Wales, in the company of his friend Laurence Sulivan, describing their journey and places visited.The lett...

Palmerston, Henry John Temple, Viscount, 1784-1865.

William Owen Pughe letter to the Rev. Hugh Davies

A letter, 4 August 1819, from William Owen Pughe, London, to the Rev. Hugh Davies, Beaumaris, relating to Coll Gwynfa (London, 1819), Pughe's recently published translation of Milton's Paradise Lost.Pughe quotes extracts of letters in pr...

Pughe, W. Owen (William Owen), 1759-1835

Ladies of Llangollen letters

Two letters, one dated 19 November 1819, from Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby, the Ladies of Llangollen, [?in the hand of Sarah Ponsonby], to Mrs [?Anne] Hurt Sitwell, staying at Gwersyllt Park, Wrexham, arranging to meet.

Ponsonby, Sarah, 1755-1831

Felicia Hemans: The American Forest Girl

An autograph manuscript copy, [1822x1828] (watermark 1822), of the poem 'The American Forest Girl' by F[elicia] H[emans], first published in her Records of Woman: With Other Poems (Edinburgh; London, 1828), pp. 131-135.The manuscript is ...

Hemans, Mrs., 1793-1835

Dyddiadur taith i America

A volume containing a journal, 12 June-4 October 1847, of John Rees, recording his voyage, in the company of his brother Daniel, from Liverpool to New York and their journey via the Erie Canal, New York State, and the Great Lakes to Milwaukie [sic...

Rees, John, 1819-1900

Receipt book,

A volume, containing mainly medicinal recipes, 1854-1858, compiled by Griffith Griffiths, Llangwnnadl.Also included are a stock-list of ingredients (ff. 2-19), a few household recipes, including inks (ff. 22 recto-verso, 25 verso-26 verso, 30, 37 ...

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