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A Champion of Women's Rights By E. Vernon Jones The presence of obstreperous antagonists might easily have turned a harmless situation into an ugly incident at Carmarthen ...
A Prime Minister's Carmarthenshire Postbag By Roland Thorne, M.A. Among those who wrote from Carmarthenshire to Prime Minister William Pitt the younger it might be ...
Admiral Sir Thomas Foley By Thomas Lloyd, M. A. Passed without notice was the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the death of one of the most distinguished of ...
Betsey Thompson Remembered Readers of Betsey Thompson's account of her journey to Carmarthen in 1835, retold by Mr. A. B. Randall in Volume XVIII of The Carmarthenshire ...
The illustration, which shows the wine and spirit stores of Mrs. Catherine Bright and her Half Moon Hotel at the corner of Blue Street and Dark Gate, Carmarthen, ...
Departed Glories of the Grey Friars By Major Francis Jones, C.V.O., T.D., F.S.A. In this paper I shall discuss a manuscript compiled over four hundred and fifty years ...
CARMARTHENSHIRE HISTORIANS 15 George Eyre Evans 1857-1939 In the league of indefatigable enquirers who have devoted their lives to the collection and recording of ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR BAPTIST HISTORIAN Sir, I was interested in the article about Joshua Thomas, the great Baptist historian ( The Carmarthenshire Historian, Vol ...
Llandeilo Church's Lost Treasure A collection of facsimile copies assembled by the Vicar of Llandeilo Fawr, the Rev. Desmond Price, has revived interest in the famous ...
More About a "Becca" Character By Dr. Peter M.S. Jones David Williams' definitive text The Rebecca Riots included a great deal of information about the leading rioters ...
Rural Rides of Long Ago By A. B. Randall, B.Sc. (Econ.) In 1762, just two years before he died, the Rev. Thomas Price, former rector of Merthyr Tydfil, spent eight ...
Talley House By David Long Price and Jack D. Willson The village of Talley (Tal-y-llychau) lies in a narrow valley connecting the Vales of the Cothi and the Tywi ...
Tearful Memories of a Royal Visit The impending closure of Alltymynydd Hospital, Llanybydder brings to mind a royal visit to Carmarthenshire in 1905, when Princess ...
The Story of Coalbrook Colliery By J. Edmund Healy While motoring between Pontyberem and Cwmmawr in 1984, I realised that the former Coalbrook Colliery site had been ...
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