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The Borough of Llanelly Its Growth and Local Government Glyndwr Rebellion—a Turning Point. The legacy of stagnation inherited by the Borough following the Owain Glyndwr ...
Letters to the Editor THE WORKHOUSE REMEMBERED Sir, Thank you for the Carmarthenshire Historian. I always find them most interesting. The Workhouse memories of Mr ...
Local Administration in the Rural Areas The Parish as an Administrative Unit. A predominant feature of the development of the Hundred of Carnwyllion throughout the ...
Madam Bevan 1697-1779 by G.J. Thomas, M.A. South East Carmarthenshire was a centre of educational activity during the latter part of the 17th century and the early ...
Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Carmarthen by A.G. Prys-Jones, O.B.E. M.A. A New Type of School. The Tudor period saw the establishment of a new type of educational ...
Trade of Llanelly Position of the Port. Llanelly is situated on the Burry Estuary, a wide open inlet which lies on the eastern side of Carmarthen Bay, bounded on ...
Editorial It is with pleasure we present the second volume of the Local History of Carmarthenshire. The main themes of this volume are the growth of Llanelly as an ...
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