Lead mines and mining -- Wales -- Dyserth.

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Correspondence and papers, I

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, [17 cent.]-1764, with transcripts of two earlier documents (a precept from Llewelyn ab I...

Panton family, of Bagillt and Plas Gwyn

Correspondence and papers, II (Paul Panton, senior)

Letters, 1766-1778, to Paul Panton from 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. Fremantle, Sir ...

Correspondence and papers, III

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

Correspondence and papers, IV (Paul Panton, junior)

Correspondence of Paul Panton, junior, 1800-1805, together with miscellaneous undated papers of the eighteenth century. The correspondence includes letters from William Owen, Pentonville, 1800, Thomas Dicken, Peatswood, R. Richards, Caerynwch, Tho...

Letters of Thomas Norbury

Two hundred and twenty letters and related items, 1808-1822, addressed mainly to Paul Panton, junior, from Thomas Norbury, his agent at Holywell. The correspondence deals with the Flintshire estate of Paul Panton, with mining leases, colliery unde...

Norbury, Thomas, of Holywell