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Sam Adams Papers

  • GB 0210 SAMAMS
  • Fonds
  • 1931-2005 (accumulated 1967-2005)

Letters to Sam Adams from prominent literary figures, including material submitted to him by them for publication, and some related correspondence between other parties, together with files on Geraint Goodwin and Alun Lewis.

Adams, Sam, 1934-

Aberpergwm estate records

  • GB 0210 ABEPERGWM
  • Fonds
  • 1258-1972

Deeds of the Aberpergwm estate in Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Breconshire, and Carmarthenshire, 1258-1919; rentals and general account books of the estate (including some colliery accounts), 1791-1870, account books and balance sheets of the Aberpergwm colleries, 1794-1972; documents relating to Treferig Valley railway, 1874-1884; and personal papers, including letters to the Williams family of Aberpergwm and the associated families of Smith of Castellau, Llantrisant, Lloyd of Castellau and Aberpergwm and the Bush family of Burcot, Oxfordshire, 1760-1909; Castellau estate papers, 1867-1879; and papers, mainly 18th century, relating to the claims of inhabitants in the Forest of Dean.

Williams family, of Aberpergwm

Llyfr Cywyddau

  • NLW MS 24175B.
  • Ffeil
  • 1750-[1752]

Cyfrol, 1750-[1752], yn llaw Edward Llwyd, Llundain, yn cynnwys copïau o wyth deg pum cerdd, cywyddau yn bennaf. Ymysg y beirdd a gynrhychiolir mae Dafydd Nanmor (5), Doctor John Cent (7), Rhys ap Ednyfed (2), Guto'r Glyn (6), Dafydd ap Gwilym (4), Syr Dafydd Trefor (2), Lewis Glyn Cothi (4), Wiliam Llŷn (3), Tudur Penllyn (2), Bleddyn Fardd (5), Meilir Brydydd (2), Llywarch Brydydd y Moch (2), Lewys Môn (2), Simwnt Fychan (2), Siôn Tudur (7), Edward ap Ralph (2) a Iolo Goch (2). = A volume, 1750-[1752], in the hand of Edward Llwyd, London, containing copies of eighty-five poems, mainly cywyddau. Amongst the poets represented are Dafydd Nanmor (5), Doctor John Cent (7), Rhys ap Ednyfed (2), Guto'r Glyn (6), Dafydd ap Gwilym (4), Syr Dafydd Trefor (2), Lewis Glyn Cothi (4), Wiliam Llŷn (3), Tudur Penllyn (2), Bleddyn Fardd (5), Meilir Brydydd (2), Llywarch Brydydd y Moch (2), Lewys Môn (2), Simwnt Fychan (2), Siôn Tudur (7), Edward ap Ralph (2) and Iolo Goch (2).
Mae'n debyg i'r gyfrol gael ei ailddefnyddio fel llyfr nodiadau (gw. t. 251) ond oherwydd colled nifer o ddalennau ychydig iawn o olion o'r fath ddefnydd sydd wedi goroesi. Mae ychydig nodiadau mewn pensil ar tt. 247, 250-251 a thu mewn i'r clawr cefn mewn llaw diweddarach. = The volume was apparently reused as a 'Mamarandam Boock' (see p. 251) but due to the loss of several leaves little trace of such use remains. A few notes in pencil on pp. 247, 250-251 and inside the back cover are in a later hand.

Dafydd Nanmor, active 1450-1490

Lieutenant Herbert M. Vaughan diary

  • NLW MS 24165B.
  • Ffeil
  • 1851-1855

Diary, 1 May 1851-18 September 1852, of Lieutenant Herbert M[illingchamp] Vaughan, 90th Light Infantry, mostly while stationed at Ballincollig and Cork, Ireland. The diary contains an account of his various duties, his social and recreational activities, including balls, regattas, parties and picnics, and hunting and shooting.
Vaughan's company was at Ballincollig until late 1851, when it removed to nearby Cork; the regiment was sent to Dublin in August 1852 (f. 112 verso). Additionally Vaughan spent most of September 1851 on leave in London (ff. 38-46 verso) and was at home at Plas Llangoedmor, Cardiganshire, [9] October-[29] December 1851 (ff. 49-65 verso). Among the incidents recounted are the death by suicide of one of his men during an assignment to transport ammunition (ff. 8-11); [George W. Stone] performing Electro-Biology [i.e. hypnotism] experiments on some of his men (ff. 26 verso, 29 verso-30); several visits to the Great Exhibition in London (ff. 39 verso-43 verso passim); attending the Cork garrison races, [21] April 1852 (ff. 86-87 verso); and a riot by paupers at Cork workhouse, [9] May 1852 (f. 90 recto-verso). Vaughan assisted in keeping order during the Cork County by-election in March 1852 (ff. 82-83) and in Cork City at the General Election in July 1852 (ff. 102 verso-103 verso). His main preoccupation in open season is fox hunting and shooting game (ff. 49 verso-84 verso passim). A memo found loose within the volume, dated 31 July 1852 with additions to 1855, has been tipped in inside the back cover (f. 122, see also f. 109).

Vaughan, Herbert M. (Herbert Millingchamp), 1829-1855

Berta Ruck archive

  • GB 0210 BERTRUCK
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1890]-[1974x1978]

Papers, [c. 1890]-[1974x1978], of Berta Ruck, including notebooks containing journal entries, ideas for fiction, newspaper cuttings and ephemera, 1906-1973; literary and autobiographical manuscripts, typescripts and photocopies, [1950x1955]-[1974x1978]; letters, [c. 1890]-[1972]; poetry, [1920s]-[1930s]; and sketches, [1900x1920].

Ruck, Berta, 1878-1978

Oliver Onions scrapbooks

  • NLW ex 1993-4
  • Ffeil
  • 1900-1965

Two scrapbooks relating to the novelist Oliver Onions (1873-1961), husband of the novelist Berta Ruck (1878-1978), the first mainly containing press cuttings of reviews of his works of fiction, 1900-12, including The Compleat Bachelor (London, 1900), The Odd-Job Man (London, 1903) and Little Devil Doubt (London, 1909); and the second compiled by Berta Ruck containing press cuttings, 1946-65, mostly relating to his novels Poor Man's Tapestry (London, 1946), Arras of Youth (London, 1949), A penny for the harp (London, 1951) (see NLW MS 20805C for a corrected typescript), and A shilling to spend (London, 1965); together with obituary notices; and letters from family members, writers and publishers including Dorothy Charques, undated, Rupert Croft-Cooke, 1949, Olwen Caradoc Evans, 1956, John Gawsworth, 1947, Pat Lawlor, 1955, Moray Maclaren, 1957, Martin Secker, 1965, and Raleigh Trevelyan, 1965.

Onions, Oliver, 1873-1961

Dyer family manuscripts and papers

  • GB 0210 MSDYER
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1722]-1948

Papers, [c. 1722]-1948, of, or relating to, poet and artist John Dyer and his family, brought together by W. H. D Longstaffe, including notebooks, [c. 1722]-1756, of John Dyer; transcripts, [1847x1855], of his poems; a manuscript compiled by his nephew William Charles Dyer, 1761-1763; copies, [19 cent., second ¼]-1854, of letters addressed to his nieces; genealogical notes, 1756-1948, by W. H. D. Longstaffe and others relating to the Dyer family; and a collection of engravings, dated 1736-1841.

Longstaffe, W. Hylton (William Hylton)

G. T. Clark Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSGTCLARK
  • Fonds
  • [17 cent.]-[20 cent.]

The G. T. Clark Manuscripts are mainly the genealogical, archaeological, and historical papers of George Thomas Clark (1809-1898). -- At the end of the group (NLW MS 5231-5234) is a portion of the 'collectanea', relating to the history of Glamorgan, of William Davies, Cringell, near Neath.

Clark, George Thomas, 1809-1898

Papurau Capel Jezreel, &c.

  • NLW MS 4544B
  • Ffeil
  • 19 cent.

Papers, 1849-1850, relating to Jezreel (Goginan) and Cwmsymlog Baptist chapels, Cardiganshire, including an agreement, 23 November 1850, between representatives of the chapels and David Jenkins, the pastor; letters from Richard Davies (Alawfryn), 14 May 1865, to Howell Williams, Pantygerdinen, and from D. W. Jones (Dafydd Morganwg), 9 September 1894, to J. D. Evans, Pencader.

Jabez Edmund Jenkins (Creidiol): Barddoniaeth, &c.

  • NLW MS 6206E
  • Ffeil
  • 19 cent.

Poetry by Jabez Edmund Jenkins (Creidiol) (1840-1903), rector of Vaynor, Brecknockshire; extracts from a son entitled Ffynon Llysiog by Jenkin Williams, Taf-fechan, 1840; an elegiac englyn on Thomas Price (Carnhuanawc) (1787-1848) by Owen Williams (Waenfawr); a letter from David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg) (1832-1905) to Jabez Edmund Jenkins.

Jenkins, Jabez Edmund, 1829-1903 Poetry, NLW MS 6206E Letter to, NLW MS 6206E

Llawysgrifau 'Dafydd Morganwg',

  • NLW ex 2417.
  • ffeil
  • [1876]-[1902].

Papurau, [1876]-[1902], David Watkin Jones ('Dafydd Morganwg', 1832-1905), neu a grynhowyd ganddo. Mae rhai ohonynt yn ymwneud â'i gyhoeddiadau Yr Ysgol Farddol (1869) a Hanes Morganwg (1874), a'i waith fel golygydd barddoniaeth y Cardiff Times ac fel beirniad eisteddfodol.

Dafydd Morganwg, 1832-1905

Music,

  • NLW MS 10751D.
  • Ffeil
  • [1900x1936] /

A group of twelve sacred songs composed by E. Festin Jones, Blaenau Ffestiniog, to words by the composer himself and by Evan Rees ('Dyfed'), J. G. Moelwyn Hughes, Humphrey Jones ('Bryfdir'), the Reverend R[ichard] R[oberts] Morris, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Canon Richard Evans, Garth, Bangor, Mrs. E. Owen, Rhywbryfdir, Robert John Davies ('Barlwydon'), Ioan Rhys, Llannon, Cardiganshire, 'Alawferch', Llanddeusant, and 'Meirionydd', and to words from Trysorfa'r Plant.

Jones, E. Festin, of Blaenau Festiniog.

Awdl 'Iesu o Nazareth' gan Dyfed

  • NLW MS 23796E.
  • Ffeil
  • [?20 gan., cynnar]

Copi llawysgrif, [?20 gan., cynnar], mewn llaw anhysbys, o'r awdl 'Iesu o Nazareth' gan Evan Rees (Dyfed), yn cyfateb yn agos i'r testun a gyhoeddwyd yng ngyfrol Dyfed, Gwlad yr Addewid a Iesu o Nazareth (Caernarfon, 1894), tt. 155-220 (ff. 1-13 verso). = A manuscript copy, [?early 20 cent.], in an unidentified hand, of the awdl 'Iesu o Nazareth' by Evan Rees (Dyfed), corresponding closely to the version published in Dyfed, Gwlad yr Addewid a Iesu o Nazareth (Caernarfon, 1894), pp. 155-220 (ff. 1-13 verso).
Mae rhan o'r testun wedi ei gamleoli, a dylai f. 3 (sef diwedd rhan II) ddilyn f. 4 verso. Cynhwysir hefyd gopi teipysgrif o gerdd Dyfed 'Yr Iesu ar y ffynon' (gw. Gwlad yr Addewid a Iesu o Nazareth, tt. 109-110) (f. 14). = Part of the text is displaced, with f. 3 (the end of part II) following on from f. 4 verso. Also included is a typescript copy of Dyfed's 'Yr Iesu ar y ffynon' (see Gwlad yr Addewid a Iesu o Nazareth, pp. 109-110) (f. 14).

Dyfed, 1850-1923

Barddoniaeth

  • NLW MS 24092A.
  • Ffeil
  • 1778-[18 gan., hwyr]

Copi o Jonathan Hughes, Bardd, a Byrddau Amryw, Seigiau; neu, Gasgliad o Gynghanedd sef Carolau a Cherddi a Chywyddau (Amwythig: Stafford Prys, 1778; ESTC T140501, Libri Walliae 2526), gyda cherddi wedi eu hychwanegu mewn llawysgrif tu mewn i'r clawr blaen ac ar y dail rhwymo (tt. i-vi, 376-382), yn bennaf yn llaw William Samuel, [18 gan., hwyr]. = A copy of Jonathan Hughes, Bardd, a Byrddau Amryw, Seigiau; neu, Gasgliad o Gynghanedd sef Carolau a Cherddi a Chywyddau (Shrewsbury: Stafford Prys, 1778; ESTC T140501, Libri Walliae 2526), with Welsh poetry added in manuscript inside the front cover and on the fly-leaves (pp. i-vi, 376-382), mostly in the hand of William Samuel, [late 18 cent.].
Ymysg y tair cerdd ar ddeg a ychwanegwyd, mae dwy bennill gan William Samuel (tt. v, vi), ['Cerdd y Pren Almon'] gan Owen Griffith, [Llanystumdwy] (tt. 376-381), englyn gan Rhys Jones o'r Blaenau (t. 381) a phennill cyntaf cerdd [gan Dafydd Williams] (t. 382). Ceir mân gywiriadau ac arnodiadau ar tt. 5, 27, 111, 150, 182, 184, 202, 286, 358, 360, 367 a 369. Mae toriad papur newydd, 17 Ebrill 1928, ynglŷn â Jonathan Hughes wedi ei phastio i mewn ar. t. viii. = Amongst the thirteen additional poems are two verses by William Samuel (pp. v. vi), ['Cerdd y Pren Almon'] by Owen Griffith, [Llanystumdwy] (pp. 376-381), an englyn by Rhys Jones, Blaenau (t. 381) and the first verso only of a poem [by Dafydd Williams] (t. 382). There are minor corrections and annotations on pp. 5, 27, 111, 150, 182, 184, 202, 286, 358, 360, 367 and 369. A newspaper cutting, 17 April 1928, relating to Jonathan Hughes is pasted in on p. viii.

Samuel, William, 1749 or 1750-

Papurau Ap Nathan

  • GB 0210 APNATHAN
  • Fonds
  • 1868-1959 (crynhowyd [c. 1905]-1959)

Papurau'r Parch James Ednyfed Rhys (Ap Nathan), a phapurau'r unigolion canlynol a ddaeth i'w feddiant: y Parch. Evan Rees (Dyfed), Jonathan Rees (Nathan Wyn), David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg) a Thomas Jones, Trealaw. Mae papurau Ap Nathan, 1901-1959, yn cynnwys cerddi a chaneuon, ysgrifau a chyfieithiadau; papurau Dyfed, 1869-1923, yn cynnwys llythyrau, nifer ohonynt o bwysigion llenyddiaeth Cymru, 1878-1923, dyddiaduron a llyfrau poced, 1873-1896, beirniadaethau eisteddfodau, 1887-1907, nodiadau darlithoedd a phregethau, a barddoniaeth, 1869-1899; papurau Nathan Wyn, 1874-1905, yn cynnwys llythyrau, 1874-1905, cerddi ac ysgrifau, 1883-1901, torion o'r wasg ar bynciau llenyddol, 1868-1900; papurau Thomas Thomas, 1900-[c. 1935], yn cynnwys llawysgrifau ar lên gwerin ac arferion, hanes Morgannwg, 1921-1933, y Wenhwyseg, enwau lleoedd Morgannwg, [c. 1893]-1931, a thorion o'r wasg, 1900-1911; a phapurau Dafydd Morganwg, yn cynnwys ei hunangofiant. = Papers of the Rev. James Ednyfed Rhys (Ap Nathan), and papers of the following acquired by him: the Rev. Evan Rees (Dyfed), Jonathan Rees (Nathan Wyn), David Watkin Jones (Dafydd Morganwg), a poet and historian from Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, and Thomas Jones, antiquary and headmaster of Trealaw school in Rhondda, Glamorgan, whose interests included local history and folklore. The papers of Ap Nathan, 1901-1959, include poems and songs, essays and translations; the papers of Dyfed, 1869-1923, include letters, many from important Welsh literary figures, 1878-1923, diaries and pocket books, 1873-1896, eisteddfod adjudications, 1887-1907, lecture notes and sermons, and poetry, 1869-1899; the papers of Nathan Wyn, 1874-1905, include letters, 1874-1905, poetry and essays, 1883-1901, newspaper cuttings of literary material, 1868-1900; the papers of Thomas Jones, 1900-[c. 1935], include manuscripts on folklore and customs, Glamorgan history, 1921-1933, the Gwentian dialect, Glamorgan place names, [c. 1893]-1931, and newspaper cuttings, 1900-1911; and the papers of Dafydd Morganwg, historian and poet, including his autobiography.

Ap Nathan, 1876-1960

Hensol estate records

  • GB 0210 HENSOL
  • Fonds
  • 1429-1789

The archive consists almost entirely of title deeds of the Hensol estate, 1419-1789, almost all in Glamorgan.

Talbot family, Earls Talbot

Cywydd y Farn a charol Plygain,

  • NLW MS 16197B.
  • Ffeil
  • 1764, 1778 /

'Cywydd Farn', 1764, gan, ac yn llaw, Rice (Rhys) Jones o'r Blaenau. Ceir copi arall ohoni, a ymddengys i fod yn llaw Rhys Jones, yn NLW MS 3059D (tt. 77-84), ac fe'i cyhoeddwyd yn Gwaith prydyddawl y diweddar Rice Jones o'r Blaenau, Meirion (Dolgellau, 1818). Ceir hefyd eiriau 'Carol Plygain', 1778, gan Evan Arthur. Ar f. 8 verso mae testun crefyddol aneglur (?carol) wedi'i briodoli i Robert Jones. = Poem, 'Cywydd Farn', 1764, by, and in the hand of, Rice (Rhys) Jones of Blaenau. A further copy of the poem, which appears to be in the hand of Rhys Jones, is included in NLW MS 3059D (pp. 77-84), and it was published in Gwaith prydyddawl y diweddar Rice Jones o'r Blaenau, Meirion (Dolgellau, 1818). Also included are the lyrics of 'Carol Plygain', 1778, by Evan Arthur. An obscure religious text (?carol) attributed to Robert Jones is included on f. 8 verso.

Jones, Rhys, 1713-1801

Cerddi Rhys Jones o'r Blaenau

  • NLW MS 23904D.
  • Ffeil
  • [18 gan., hwyr]

Dwy gerdd gan Rhys Jones o'r Blaenau, [18 gan., hwyr], wedi eu hysgrifennu mewn dwy law debyg iawn o ddiwedd y ddeunawfed ganrif, ar dwy ddalen rydd. = Two poems by Rhys Jones, Blaenau, [late 18 cent.], written in very similar late eighteenth-century hands on two separate leaves.
Cyhoeddwyd y cerddi, 'Cywydd a wnaeth Rees Jones yn y Werddon' (f. 1) ac 'Englynion y Gisd Goch…1766' (f. 2), yn W. Leslie Richards, 'Dwy gerdd o'r ddeunawfed ganrif', Llên Cymru, 15 (1984-8), 355-359; ceir y ddwy, yn llaw y bardd ei hun, yn NLW MS 3059D (Mostyn MS 163), tt. 189 a 202. = Both poems, 'Cywydd a wnaeth Rees Jones yn y Werddon' (f. 1) and 'Englynion y Gisd Goch…1766' (f. 2), were published in W. Leslie Richards, 'Dwy gerdd o'r ddeunawfed ganrif', Llên Cymru, 15 (1984-8), 355-359; both may be found, in the poet's own hand, in NLW MS 3059D (Mostyn MS 163), pp. 189 and 202.

Jones, Rhys, 1713-1801

Barddoniaeth

  • NLW MS 23943B.
  • Ffeil
  • [1795]-[1830]

Cyfrol o farddoniaeth, [1795]-[1830], yn cynnwys copïau o faledi a cherddi eraill, yn dyddio'n bennaf o'r ddeunawfed ganrif. Mae'r rhan helaethaf o'r llawysgrif (ff. 1-42) yn llaw John Davies, gydag ychwanegiadau, [?1820au], gan John Evans, gof o Lanrhaeadr[?-ym-Mochnant], sir Ddinbych (ff. 42 verso-46). = A volume, [1795]-[1830], containing transcripts of Welsh ballads and other poems, mainly of the eighteenth century. The majority of the manuscript (ff. 1-42) is in the hand of one John Davies, with later additions, [?1820s], by John Evans, blacksmith, of Llanrhaeadr[?-ym-Mochnant], Denbighshire.
Ymysg y beirdd a gynrychiolir yn y gyfrol mae Jonathan Hughes (ff. 3-4 verso, 12 verso, 34 verso-36), Huw ap Huw [Hugh Hughes, y Bardd Coch o Fon] (ff. 4 verso-9 verso, 11 verso-12 verso), Rhys Jones [y Blaenau] (ff. 10-11), Jonathan Hughes Ifangc (f. 13), Walter Davies [Gwallter Mechain] (f. 13 recto-verso), David Thomas [Dafydd Ddu Eryri] (f. 13 verso), Ellis Roberts [Elis y Cowper] (ff. 14-16 verso, 18-22, 38 verso-41 verso), Hugh Roberts y Teiliwr o blwy Llanllyfni (ff. 16 verso-18), Richard Llwyd o'r Plas [Meini] (f. 22 recto-verso), Robert Richard o Bentraeth (ff. 24 verso-26 verso), Richard Parry [o Niwbwrch] (ff. 26 verso-29, 33 verso-34 verso), Humphrey Wiliam, Tywyn, Meirionnydd (ff. 29-30), Y Parch. [William] Williams, Llaneilian-yn-Rhos (ff. 30-32 verso), a Huw Morris [Huw Morys] (ff. 32 verso-33 verso). Ymddengys bod y mwyafrif o'r cerddi wedi eu copïo o ffynnonellau printiedig, gan gynnwys Blodeu-gerdd Cymry, o gynnulliad David Jones o Drefriw (Amwythig: Stafford Prys, 1759, Libri Walliae 2804) (ff. 22-34 verso) ac amryw bamffledi. Mae yn y gyfrol hefyd ymgais gan John Evans i ysgrifennu beddargraff, dyddiedig 1825 a 1830 (f. 44), a dwy fersiwn o 'Cerdd yr Offeiriad Dur neu Steel Parson', o bosib gan John Evans, [1820au] (ff. 43, 46 recto-verso), gyda chopi teipysgrif o'r ddwy fersiwn, [20 gan., ail ½], [?gan D. Tecwyn Lloyd] yn rhydd yn y gyfrol (2 ff.). Mae taflen o dablau rhifyddol a werthwyd gan P. Sandford, Amwythig, [c. 1795], wedi ei bastio y tu mewn i'r clawr blaen. = Amongst the poets represented in the volume are Jonathan Hughes (ff. 3-4 verso, 12 verso, 34 verso-36), Huw ap Huw [Hugh Hughes, y Bardd Coch o Fon] (ff. 4 verso-9 verso, 11 verso-12 verso), Rhys Jones [y Blaenau] (ff. 10-11), Jonathan Hughes, junior (f. 13), Walter Davies [Gwallter Mechain] (f. 13 recto-verso), David Thomas [Dafydd Ddu Eryri] (f. 13 verso), Ellis Roberts [Elis y Cowper] (ff. 14-16 verso, 18-22, 38 verso-41 verso), Hugh Roberts, tailor, of Llanllyfni (ff. 16 verso-18), Richard Llwyd ('o'r Plas [Meini]') (f. 22 recto-verso), Robert Richard, Pentraeth (ff. 24 verso-26 verso), Richard Parry [of Newborough] (ff. 26 verso-29, 33 verso-34 verso), Humphrey Wiliam, Tywyn, Meirionnydd (ff. 29-30), the Rev. [William] Williams, Llaneilian-yn-Rhos (ff. 30-32 verso), and Huw Morris [Huw Morys] (ff. 32 verso-33 verso). The majority of the poems were apparently copied from printed sources, including Blodeu-gerdd Cymry, selected by David Jones, Trefriw (Shrewsbury: Stafford Prys, 1759, Libri Walliae 2804) (ff. 22-34 verso) and numerous pamphlets. The volume also contains attempts by John Evans at composing an epitaph, in 1825 and 1830 (f. 44), and two versions of 'Cerdd yr Offeiriad Dur neu Steel Parson', possibly by John Evans, [1820s] (ff. 43, 46 recto-verso), with a typescript copy of both versions, [20 cent, second ½], [?by D. Tecwyn Lloyd], inserted loose in the volume (2 ff.). A sheet of arithmetical tables, sold by P. Sandford, Shrewsbury, [c. 1795], is pasted inside the front cover.

Davies, John, fl. 1795.

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