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7 Results for Rhetoric

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Dyddiadur Robert Williams, Rhydycroesau,

A diary, January 1832 to 21 February 1847, of Robert Williams, perpetual curate of Rhydycroesau, near Oswestry from 1838 to 1879. Robert Williams served as curate of Llangernyw, Denbighshire from 1833 to 1836 and was appointed perpetual curate of ...

Gramadeg y beirdd; traethawd ar retoreg,

An imperfect, ? early seventeenth century manuscript consisting of (a) an incomplete transcript (wanting the beginning) of the Welsh bardic grammar compiled or arranged by Simwnt Fychan circa 1570 and known as 'Pum Llyfr Cerddwriaeth', a...

'Iolo Morganwg' and others.

Lecture on Celtic languages,

  • NLW MS 23093C
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  • 1840 /

A volume containing a lecture, 1840, on the Celtic languages by Edward Ward Foster (1762-1865) of Derby, philologist, the second in a series of six lectures by him on 'Language, Rhetoric and Elocution'.

Foster, Edward Ward, 1762-1865

Letters, vol. III,

A volume made up of over two hundred and fifty items of correspondence, 1789-1807 and undated, nearly all addressed to William Owen [-Pughe]. The correspondents are the following: p. 843, Joseph Allen 'at Richard Mathias's Esqre. Hayston...

Miscellaneous poetry and prose,

  • NLW MS 13225C.
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  • [1779x1835] / William Owen-Pughe, 'Iolo Morganwg', David Samwell and others.
  • Part of Mysevin Manuscripts

A composite volume containing miscellaneous material, chiefly in the hand of William Owen [-Pughe] and lettered on the spine 'M.S.S., Vol. I'. The contents include: pp. 1-3, 'At y Beirdd yn Eisteddfod Caerwys', being a 'cy...

Miscellaneous prose and poetry,

A composite volume ettered on the spine 'M.S.S. Vol. VI' containing miscellaneous material, chiefly in the hand of William Owen [-Pughe]. Pages 283-98 are in the hand of John Davies, Pentrefidog, and a note by him on p. 298 reads: '...

William Owen-Pughe and John Davies, Pentrefidog (SiƓn Dafydd Berson).