36 Results for Welsh literature
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- GB 0210 DURRANTS
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Press cuttings relating to Wales and Welsh culture, such as religion, politics, literature, music, education, St. David's Day celebrations and the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol, individuals, and the National Library of Wales -.
Durrant's Press Cutting Agency.
- NLW MSS 23500-23504C, 23505D
Some three hundred and fifty letters, 1945-1969, from Gilbert Turner to John Cowper Powys and Phyllis Playter, which include references to the novelist Elena Puw Morgan, Welsh language and literature, visits to North Wales, the writer's procu...
Drafts and notes in the hand of Taliesin Williams for the volume Iolo Manuscripts, A Selection of Ancient Welsh Manuscripts, in prose and verse, from the collection made by the late Edward Williams, Iolo Morganwg,… with English translations and no...
- NLW MS 2136B
A manuscript containing a transcript of a lecture on The Influence of the Literature of Wales on that of other countries, given by Teilo at Llandilo, 16 March 1864; a note on Thomas Jones (Twm Sion Catti); material relating to the late Rev. John E...
Davies, William, 1831-1892
- NLW MS 1201D
Part of D. R. Thomas Manuscripts
Autograph letters from a large number of people to Thomas and others, mainly relating to archaeology, Welsh history, literature and ecclesiastical affairs. The correspondents include B. Beedham, William Buckland, W. Boyd Dawkins, Walter Davies (...
- NLW MS 986C
Part of Llywarch Reynolds Manuscripts
Nearly two hundred autograph letters, 1855-1891, relating mainly to Welsh literary matters, and especially to Glamorgan, 1855-1899, to Jonathan Reynolds ('Nathan Dyfed') from contemporary Welsh poets and authors; miscellaneous poems; pri...
- NLW MS 1814E
Part of Crosswood (Mont.) Manuscripts,
Miscellanea mainly in the hands of John Jenkins and Walter Davies and relating to the history, literature, ecclesiastical affairs, and music of Wales; a document relating to the collation of Richard Humffreys to the living of Aberhavesp, February ...