Lead mines and mining -- Wales -- Dyserth.

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Correspondence and miscellaneous papers,

The correspondence mainly of Paul Panton, senior, and Paul Panton, junior, 1779-1799. Correspondents include John Bruce, Edinburgh, 1779, S. Pellet, Richard Thomas, Jesus College (to Evan Evans), J. Parry, 1780-1781, Henry Baker, Peter Grosvenor, ...

Correspondence and miscellaneous papers,

The correspondence of Paul Panton, 1800-1805, with miscellaneous undated papers of the eighteenth century. The correspondents include William Owen, Pentonville, 1800, Thomas Dicken, Peatswood, R. Richards, Caerynwch, Thomas Peake, Denbigh, L[ewis ...

Correspondence and papers,

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence of the families of Jones and Panton of Plas Gwyn, Price of Derwen, John Jones, dean of Bangor, and Evans of St. Asaph, seventeenth century to 1764, with transcripts of two earlier documents (a precept from L...

Letters of Thomas Norbury,

Two hundred and twenty letters, 1808-1822, addressed mainly to Paul Panton by Thomas Norbury, his agent at Holywell. The correspondence deals with the Flintshire estate of Paul Panton, with mining leases, colliery undertakings, the navigation of t...

Thomas Norbury.

The papers of Paul Panton,

Letters, 1766-1778, addressed to Paul Panton by Christopher Smart, 1766-1769, M. Waters, O. Meyrick, Ed: Hughes, Chwaen Wen, 1767-1768, Edward Hughes, Beaumaris and Plas Gwyn, 1766-1768, E. Pemberton, Warrington, J. Grimston, 1766-1769, J. Fremant...