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Letters in Persian from native Indian rulers and others notables,

Original 'country correspondence' .The letters cover both Clive's first (1756-1760) and second (1765-1766) governorships of Bengal. In terms of content, a significant proportion is concerned with political and military affairs principally in Bengal, but also across the Mughal Empire more generally. In addition there are numerous references to regional trade and taxation, as well as letters entreating Clive to grant pardons or preferment. Much of this correspondence was translated at the time and then recorded, together with the text of Clive's replies, surviving either in original (CR8/1, 1756-1758) and transcribed letter books (CC2/1-CC4/6, 1758-1760), or else organised as 'minutes'(CR11/1, 1765-1766).

Foreign Affairs

The series comprises papers, mainly printed, relating to foreign affairs, especially Africa.

Foreign affairs

The series consists of files of correspondence and papers, 1934-1981, relating to foreign affairs in general, specific countries and visits abroad undertaken by Goronwy Roberts. Many of them relate to his work as a minister of state at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1974-1979.


30 items of personal ephemera of Daniel Jones, c.1927-1994. Including 11 diaries, 1927-1954; broadcast articles, notebooks, poetry and miscellaneous notes. Some early items of his father Jenkyn Jones and later items relating to a publication on the life of Daniel Jones.

Prose by Alun Lewis

Prose by Alun Lewis, including translations of short stories. MSS 8, 10-17 were formed from loose leaves and filed in NLW.

Poetry by Alun Lewis and poetry in his memory

Poetry by Alun Lewis (MSS 1-6) and poetry in his memory (MS 7). MSS 1-6 were formed from loose leaves and filed in NLW. Where a poem is represented by more than one draft the aim has been to place them in chronological order. Title variants are noted in square brackets.


Consists of letters addressed to Daniel Jones and some either draft or typescript copies of letters from Daniel Jones.

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