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Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire. Part I. By ELIAS OWEN.
Welsh Poetry, Illustrative of the History of Llangurig. Part 1. By H. W.
History of the Parish of Llansantffraid-yn-Mechain. By THOMAS GRIFFITHS
JONES. Physical Features and Description; Population ; Archæological;
Ecclesiastical Establishment; Folklore, Traditions, etc.; Genealogical;
Biographical; Nonconformity ; Education; the Present State of the Parish.
An Account of Henry Williams of Ysgafell. By his Descendant, JANE
WILLIAMS, Author of A History of Wales, etc.
Some Account of the Rood Screens and Timber Work of Powys-land. By
DAVID WALKER, Architect, Liverpool. No. 2. Llanwnog Rood Screen,
Materials for a Topographicon of Montgomeryshire (continued). By RICHARD
Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant: Its Parochial History and Antiquities. By T. W.
HANCOCK. Topographical ; Population ; Archæological (to be continued).
Miscellanea Historica ; or the Public Officers of Montgomeryshire. By Rev.
W. V. LLOYD, F.R.G.S. (continued), from 32 Eliz. to 4 James I.
The Abbey of Ystrad Marchell (Strata Marcella). Part II. By MORRIS C.
Llyn y Dreiddiad Vrawd (The Pool of the Diving Friar).
Incidents connected with the Rebellion of Owen Glendower in Powys-land.
(M. C. J. and W. V. LI).
The Rivers of Montgomeryshire. By Rev. D. SILVAN Evans, B.D.
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire (continued). By Rev. W. V. LLOYD, F.R.G.S.
1568. Edward Herbert; 1569. William Herbert; 1570. Thomas Tanat-
Appendix (Broniarth Charter, Monumental Inscriptions); 1571. Robert
Lloyd; 1572. Robert Puleston; 1573. John Trevor; 1574. David Lloyd
Jenkin ; 1575. John Herbert; 1576. Richard Herbert ; 1577. David Lloyd
Blayney; 1578. Arthur Price ; 1579. Richard Morris ; 1580. Thomas
Juckes ; 1581. Griffith Lloyd.
Foreign Surnames in Montgomeryshire. By_RICHARD WILLIAMS.
A Parochial Account of Llanidloes. Chap. I. Topographical. By EDWARD
HAMER (to be continued).
Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire. Part II. By ELIAS
Owen Glendower's Parliament House (Note).
The Calculated Ages of Yew-Trees in Guilsfield Churchyard. By C. T.
Font, Buttington Church, reputed to have been brought from Strata Marcella
Abbey (Frontispiece).-Photo-lithograph of Charter of Wennunwen to
Strata Marcella Abbey.-Llansantffraid-Hendomen and Plasyndinas ;
The Voel Camp; Exterior of Church; Ground Plan; Double Piscina and
Font.-Llanwnog Screen, east and west (2 plates); Details.-Newtown
Screen, Details.- Geological Section of Hirnant Valley.--Section of Strata
at Cwmgwynen.- Maesmochnant Stone.-The Green Stone --Plan and
Section of Tomen Cefnllawr.- Plan of Cerrig y Beddau.-Glanhafon
Torques (2 engravings),--Owen Glendower's Parliament House.-Eleven
Shields of Arms.
A Parochial Account of Llanidloes (continued). 11. Natural Productions ;
III. Inhabitants and Industrial Pursuits; iv. Archeological.
Welsh Poetry, illustrative of the History of Llangurig. Part II. By
HOWEL W. LLOYD.
Materials for a Topographicon of Montgomeryshire (concluded). By RICHARD
Abbey of Ystrad Marchell (Strata Marcella). Part III. By MORRIS C.
JONES, F.S.A. Comprising-Remarks on "Charter of Madog Hethgam.
By HOWEL W. LLOYD; Remarks on Wennunwen's Charter of 1199 of
Roswidaul. By EDWARD DAVIES; Remarks on Wennunwen's Charter of
1201. By J. GRAHAM WILLIAMS; Identification of Witnesses named in
Charters. By Rev. W. V. LLOYD, R.N.
Portraits connected with Montgomeryshire, at Wynnstay, Llangedwyn, and
Herbertiana. By G. S., and M. C. J. Introduction ; Lordship and Castle
of Powis; The Early Descent of the Family of Herbert; Notes on the
Armorial Insignia of the Noble Family of Herbert; Sir Edward Herbert,
Knight, of Powis Castle; Sir William Herbert, First Lord Powis ; Roger,
Earl of Castlemaine; Sir Percy Herbert, Second Lord Powis; William,
Third Lord Powis, and First Earl, Marquis, and Duke of Powis (to be
Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire. Part III. By the Rev.
Elias OWEN, B.A.
A slight Historical and Topographical Sketch of the Parish of Llanfechain.
An Itinerary of King Edward I in Powys land in 1294-5.
The Early Antiquities of the County of Montgomery. Remarks of Edward
Clibborn, Esq. On Llanymynech Uncertain Bronze Objects; Powis Castle
Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant: its Parochial History and Antiquities (continued
from vol. iv, p. 248). iv. Ecclesiastical; v. Nonconformity; vi. Bio-
Herbertiana. By G. S., M. C. J., and H. W. LI. William, Third Lord
Powis, and First Earl, Marquis, and Duke of Powis (continued); Lady
Mary Herbert; Lady Winifred Herbert (afterwards Countess of Niths-
dale); Lady Lucy Herbert; William, Fourth Lord Powis, and Second
Earl, Marquis, and Duke of Powis; William, Fifth Lord Powis, and Third
Earl, Marquis, and Duke of Powis.
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire. By Rev. W. V. LLOYD, M.A., F.R.G.S.
1582. Morgan Gwynn; 1583. John Owen Vaughan ; 1584. Richard Her.
bert; 1585. David Lloyd Blayney; 1586. John Price; 1587. David Lloyd
Jenkin; 1588. Jenkin Lloyd; 1589. William Williams; 1590, Morgan
Meredith ; 1591. Richard Price ; 1592. Sir Edward Leighton; 1593.
Thomas Lewis; 1594. Reginald Williams; 1595. Francis Newton; 1596.
William Williams; 1597. Thomas Purcell ; 1598. Edward Hussey ; 1599.
Richard Leighton ; 1600. Hugh Lloyd ; 1601. Charles Lloyd ; 1602.
Thomas Juckes; 1603. Sir Richard Price, Knight; 1604. William Pen-
rhyn; 1605. Sir Edward Herbert, K.C.B.; 1606. Jenkin Lloyd ; 1607. Sir
Richard Hussey ; 1608. Charles Herbert; 1609. Rowland Pugh.
View of Van Mines. Plate J.--Section of same. Plate II.- Plan of Land
comprised in Madoc Hethgam's Charter; in Wennunwen's Charter of
1199 (Roswidaul); in Wennunwen's Charter of 1201.-Monumental Tablet
of Sir Edward Herbert, Knight.-Arms of Roger, Earl of Castlemain.
Facsimile of the Signature of the Marchioness of Powis (1688).—Llan-
fechain Church, previons to Restoration.-
Llanfechain Church, Restored.
Rectory, Llanfechain.—Y Domen Gastell, and Sections.- Brynderwen
Bryngwyn Hall.–Old Bodynfol Hall.—Bodynfol Hall.Bwlch y
Cibau Church.-Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant Church, South View; Ground
Plan; East End Elevation - Winifred, Countess of Nithsdale (Steel En.
graving lent by Mr. Bentley; Llwydiarth in 1684; Shield of Arms of
Vaughan of Glanllyn.-Twenty-seven Shields of Arms of Sheriffs.
Original Proposal for formation of Club, Rules, and amended Rules, and List
Report of Sixth Annual Meeting.
Letter from the Rev. CHARLES BOUTELL, M.A., to the Secretary, on “ The
Arms of Wales”.
Shield of Arms suggested for Wales.
List of further Presentations to the Powys-land Museum, exhibited at the
Alphabetical List of Donors to the Powys-land Museum.
Obituary of Members of the Powys-land Club.
History of the Parish of Garth beibio. By the Rev. GRIFFITH EDWARDS, M.A.,
Rector of Llangadfan. Section 1. Description of Parish, etc. 2. Archæ-
ology. 3. Ecclesiastical Establishment. 4. Population, etc.
Shield of Arms in the East Window of Buttington Church. By MORRIS
CHARLES JONES, F.S.A.- Genealogical Table of Sutton, Baron Dudley.
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire. By the Rev. W. V. LLOYD. M.A., F.R.G.S.
Lewis Gwynn; 1610. Rowland Owen; 1611. Confirmation of Arms and
Grant of Crest to Edward Owen. Morris Owen; 1612. Sir William Her-
bert; 1613. Edward Price, of Glanmeheli; 1614. Edward Price, of New.
town; 1615. Richard Lloyd, of Marrington; 1616. Appendix.
On some Human Bones found at Buttington. By W. BOYD DAWKINS, F.R.S.
Note on supposed Stone Hatchet found at Llangadfan.
Portraits connected with Montgomeryshire. — At Powis Castle, Walcot, Oak-
ley Park, Styche, Blymhill Rectory, Miss Griffith's House, Welshpool,
Brogynton, and Peniarth.
A Parochial Account of Llanidloes (continued). By EDWARD HAMER. Chapter
IV. Archæological; v. Ecclesiastical.-Note on Church, by Mr. MARTIN
Herbertiana. By W. W. E. W., G. S., and M. C. J. Herbert of Dolguog;
Richard Herbert, Esq. ; Francis Herbert, Esq.
On Monumental Effigies in Montgomery Church.
Circular Flint Knife found at Trefeglwys.
Mould for casting Tokens found at Mathraval.
Welsh Poetry, illustrative of the History of Llangurig. By H. W. LLOYD.
Archaic Words, Phrases,"etc., of Montgomeryshire, No. iv. By Rev. ELIAS
Miscellanea Historica, or Public Officers of Montgomeryshire. By Rev. W.
V. LLOYD, M.A., from 4 James I (1606) to 14 Charles I (1638).
Cridia Abbey. By M. C. J.
Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant, its Parochial History and Antiquities. By T. W.
HANCOCK (continued). Chapter VII.— Folklore, Miscellaneous, etc.; Ap.
Portraits connected with Montgomeryshire (continued)--At Brogynton,
Glansevern, Garth, Vaynor Park, Llandinam Hall, Grange Erin (Douglas,
Cork), Cefn (St. Asapb), Fron Virniew (Llansantffraid), Penmaen Dovey,
Garthmyl, and Dolfor.
Abbey of Ystrad Marchell. By MORRIS C. JONES, F.S.A. (concluded.) In-
cluding-Note on Charter of Elisse, etc. By H. W. LLOYD. Appendix,
Minister's Account, from 27 Henry VIII to 4 and 5 Philip and Mary.
Notes on Abbot David ap Owen, Bishop of St. Asaph (D. R. T.), Monachi
de Mochraiadr, Remains lately discovered of the Abbey Church, etc.
Historic Spots. No. III; Dolforwyn. G. S.
History of the Parish of Llanwddyn. By Rev. T'HOMAS HENRY Evans, the
Vicar--1. Physical Features and Description ; II. Population.
Processional Cross, found in Guilsfield Churchyard.
Herbertiana. By M. C. J., and G. S. Richard Herbert, Esq. ; Magdalene,
bis wife; Edward, First Lord Herbert of Chirbury.
Roman Mortarium found at Dyer's Farm, Pool Quay.
Articles found on the site of Pool Quay New Vicarage.
found at Bettws.
Montgomery Effigies. Notes by Rev. C. BOUTELL, and others.
Shield of Arms suggested for Wales. --Garth
beibio Church, before and after
Restoration.--Armorial Shield in Buttington Church.-Marrington Hall.
-Lloyd Arms.-Lloyd Seal and Monument.-Lloyd Book Plate.-Llan.
idloes-Pen y clun Camp; Llanidloes Token; Llanidloes Church-1. In-
terior View ; 2, Ground Plan; 3. Exterior View ; 4. Arcading, East Bay;
5. Details of Piers and Arches; 6. Respond and Caps; 7. Roof; 8. Font
and Shields. Circular Flint Knife Trefeglwys).-Mould for Tokens
(Mathraval).-Ancient Sideboard at Glanhafon,-Seal of Sir Edward de
Cherleton.—Effigy in St. Asaph Cathedral attributed to Bishop David ap
Owen, previously Abbot of Ystrad Marchell.-Processional Cross, found at
Guílsfield Churchyard.-Monument to Richard Herbert, Esq., in Mont-
gomery Church (presented by the Earl of Powis, the President).-Roman
Lithic Mortarium.-Hair-curling Instrument.-Antique Ring found at
Bettws.-Two Effigies in Montgomery Church. No. 1 and No. 2.
Original Proposal for formation of Club, Rules, and amended Rules, and
List of Members.
Report of Seventh Annual Meeting.
The Inaugural Address of the President, the Earl of Powis, on the opening
of the Powys-land Museum and Library.
Classified List of articles presented to the Powys-land Museum and Library.
Alphabetical List of Donors to the Powys-land Museum and Library.
Report of Museum Committee, List of Subscribers to the Building Fund,
and Statement of Account.
Obituary of Members of the Powys-land Club.
A List of Monumental Inscriptions which were in St. Oswald's Church,
Oswestry, in 1872.
Parochial Account of Llanidloes (continued). By EDWARD HAMER. Chapter
Some Account of the Rood Screens and Timber-work of Powys-land. By
DAVID WALKER, Architect-Rood Screen, Llananno Church, Radnor.
History of the Parish of Llanwddyn. By Rev. THOMAS H. Evans, the Vicar
(concluded)—III. Historical and Archæological; IV. Ecclesiastical; V. Folk-
Tore; VI. Biographical and Genealogical; VII. Linguistical and Topogra-
phical; VIII. Nonconformity; IX. Education.
Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire. No. 5. By the Rev.
ELIAS OWEN, B.A.
Herbertiana-George Herbert, the Poet; Richard, 2nd Lord Herbert of
Chirbury; Edward, 3rd Lord Herbert of Chirbury; Henry, 4th Lord
Herbert of Chirbury; The Herberts of Ribbesford ; Sir Henry Herbert ;
Genealogical Table of his descendants; Henry, 1st Lord Herbert of Chir.
bury. 2nd Creation ; Henry, 2nd Lord Herbert of Chirbury; The Daugh-
ters of Sir Henry Herbert and their issue.
The Battle of Rhyd y Groes, 1039, and its Influence on that of Hastings.
By T. MORGAN Owen.
Miscellanea Historica, or Public Officers of Montgomeryshire, with Brief
Genealogical Notes. By Rev. W. V. LLOYD, M.A., F.R.G.S.
Religious Houses of Montgomeryshire. Surveys of Guilds and Chantries
granted by Edward VI.
List of Elegies on Gentry in Montgomeryshire. By JOHN CAEN. Extracted
from Hengwrt MSS. Battle of Buttington, 894, with brief Sketch of the Affairs of Powys and
Mercia. By T. MORGAN OWEN. Welsh Pool. Materials for the History of the Parish and Borough. Chap. I.
Topographical, Appendix; Chapter 11. Population ; Chapter III. Archæological—British Period, Roman Period, Mediæval and Modern Periods (to
be continued). Mytton Manuscripts. Letters and Papers of Thomas Mytton, of Halston,
Esq. By STANLEY LEIGHTON.
Historic Spots. No. iv. Carreghova Castle. By Rev. G. SANDFORD, M.A.
Descent of the Ancient Barony of Hendour. W. W. E. W. (to be continued).
Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire, No. 6. By Rev. Elias
Sheep Ear-marks, or Pastoral Heraldry. By T. W. HANCOCK.
Appendix.--Copy of the Powys-land Museum and Library Trust Deed ;
Forms of Bequest.
ILLUSTRATIONS. Wood Engraving of St. Oswald's Church, Oswestry (presented by Stanley
Leighton, Esq.).-Ground Plan of ditto.-Rood Screen of Llananno Church. -Details of same.- View of Llanwddyn Church.-View of the Vicarage and Vale of Llanwddyn.-Five Shields of Arms in the Text).—Map of the Borough of Welshpool.—Map and Section of Intrenchment in Crowther's Coppice.- Portrait of General “Mitton."-Sheep Ear-marks.j