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A commonplace book,

  • NLW MS 5000B.
  • File
  • [18 cent., second ½]-[19 cent., first ½].

A commonplace book of Robert Edwards, Tai Draw, near Bala. It contains notes on astrology, witchcraft, legerdemain, geography, natural history, Biblical history, medicinal and household recipes, arithmetical and other tables, algebraical problems,...

Edwards, Robert, of Tai Draw, Penllyn.

Commonplace book

  • NLW MS 23702A.
  • File
  • 1750-1758

A manuscript volume, 1750-1758, compiled by Henry Young, perhaps of Tregaron, Cardiganshire, containing commonplace entries including notes on astronomy, astrology, physiology, weather lore (ff. 1 verso-3 verso) and Biblical and historical materia...

Young, Henry, b. 1738.

Llyfr Rowland Eames

A commonplace book belonging to Rowland Eames, Penrhyndeudraeth, 1776-1781, and containing notes on arithmetic, accounts, recipes, 'cerddi' and 'carolau', hymns, precedents of legal documents, music, night-school memoranda, a h...

Eames, Rolant, 1750-1825

Recipe book

  • NLW MS 21719B.
  • File
  • [c. 1730]-1830

Culinary and medicinal recipes, collected apparently by Jane Tonyn of Berwick-on-Tweed, co. Northumberland, with some early nineteenth-century additions by Rice Hughes, son of Richard Hughes, rector of Dolgellau, co. Merioneth. Sources are frequen...

Tonyn, Jane.

Samuel Deykin notebook,

  • NLW MS 22331B.
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  • 1749-1777.

Notebook, 1749-1777, of Samuel Deykin of Carmarthen, including a journal of his travels to London and Barnsley, March-June 1950; an imaginary journal for 1746, had Charles Edward Stuart acceded to the throne (ff. 11-16); topical verse, miscellaneo...

Deykin, Samuel.

Veterinary Recipes,

Veterinary and other recipes; a carol; 'Englynion ir Traeth mawr ...' by 'Dafydd ab Ioan ab Iago or Penrhyn' (i.e., David Jones, 'Dafydd Sion Siams') and Robert Morris ('Robyn Ddu Eifionydd'); examples of re...

Jones, David.

Cerddi, &c.

Miscellanea, 1835-1866 (watermark 1807), including poems by David Davis, Castell Hywel, William Moses, Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg), William Walters, Daniel Evans (Daniel Ddu o Geredigion), Eliazar Lefi, Rhys Elis (o'r Wayn), William Ellis...

Davis, David, 1745-1827.

Cerddi Dewi Dawel,

Poems, including one entitled 'I Iforiaid Llansawel 1851', and recipes, most of them composed or transcribed by David Evans (Dewi Dawel).