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Causes Célèbres relating to Property in Montgomeryshire. No. 1.
As to the Manor of Bausley
The Devolution of the Manors of Montgomeryshire. IV. Bausley
Lords Lieutenants and Custodes Rotulorum of Montgomeryshire,
and also of Flintshire and Denbighshire. By Edw. BREESE,
Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire. No. 7. By
Rev. ELIAS OWEN, B.A.
Odes in the Autograph of Lewys Dwnn, the Montgomeryshire
Herald. W. W. E. W....
Poets of Powysland and their Patrons. By Rev. ROBERT JONES,
M.A., Vicar of All Saints, Rotherhithe. I. Myllin
Mytton Manuscripts. Letters and Papers of Thomas Mytton of
Halston, Esq. (continued). By STANLEY LEIGHTON
Chirbury, its Vicinity and Recollections. By T. MORGAN OWEN
Parochial Account of Llanidloes (continued). By EDWARD HAMER.
Chapter VI. Genealogical
VII. Municipal ...
Causés Célèbres relating to Property in Montgomeryshire. II.
A series of Trials at law respecting the succession of the Llan-
llodian Estate, etc.
Historic Spots. No. VI. Breidden Hills : Grounds for consider-
ing them the site of the last Battle of Caractacus with the
Romans under Ostorius. By Rev. GEORGE SANDFORD, M.A.
Mytton Manuscripts. Letters and Papers by Thomas Mytton of
Halston, Esq. (concluded). By STANLEY LEIGHTON
Pedigree of the Myttons
Index to Names
The Roads, Bridges, Canals, and Railways of Montgomeryshire.
By A. HOWELL
Montgomeryshire Worthies. By RICHARD WILLIAMS, Newtown
Archaic Words, Phrases, etc., of Montgomeryshire. No. VIII.
By Rev. ELIAS OWEN, B.A.
A History of the Parish of Meifod. By Rev. R. WYNN EDWARDS,
M.A., Vicar of the Parish, and Canon Residentiary of St.
Asaph (to be continued)
Poets of Powysland and their Patrons. II, Lord George Ludlow
and the Rev. Goronwy Owen. By Rev. ROBERT Jones,
Brass Decade Ring found near Strata Marcella Abbey ... to face
Interior of St. Oswald's Church, Oswestry (presented by
Thomas Edye, Esq.)
Four Shields of Arms.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1.
Original Proposal for formation of the Club, the Circulars, and Listof Members.
Report of the First Annual Meeting of the Club.
The Princes of Upper Powys, Chaps. I to IV. By the Hon. and Rev. G. T.
O. BRIDGEMAN, M.A., and Illustrative Documents.
Ancient Lords of Mechain. By the Hon. and Rev. G. T. O. BRIDGEMAN,
M.A., and Illustrative Documents.
Ancient Arwystli; its Earthworks and other Ancient Remains. By EDWARD
The Welsh Lords of Kerry and Arwystli. By the Hon. and Rev. G. T. O.
Arwystli-Inquisitions. By the Rev. D. R. THOMAS, M. A.
The Feudal Barons of Powys. By MORRIS CHARLES JONES. 1. Cherleton,
Lords of Powys-Appendix of Documents; II. Grey, Lords of Powys;
III. The Lords Tiptoft and Powys; iv. The Abeyant Barony of Powys.
Relics of Dinas Mawddwy. By the Hon. and Rev.G.T. O. BRIDGEMAN, M.A.
Disquisitions on the Etymon of the word “ Powys” or “ Powis.”. 1. Extract
from Owen and Blakeway's History of Shrewsbury; II. By the Rev. ROBERT
WILLIAMS, M.A.; III. By the Rev. D. SILVAN EVANS, B.D.; Iv. By the
Rev. R. HARRIES JONES, M. A.; v. By CRAUFURD TAIT RAMAGE, Esq., LL.D.
Powys-land in the time of Prince Cynddylan (to be continued). By the Rev.
R. HARRIES JONES, M.A.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
Original Proposal for formation of the Club; Rules, Amended Rules, and
List of Members.
Report of Second Annual Meeting.
Powys-land in the
time of Prince Cynddylan (concluded from vol. i, p. 472).
By the Rev. R. HARRIES JONES, M A.
Apcient Arwystli, Part II By EDWARD HAMER.
Opening of Twr Gwyn Mawr; Caersws; Excavations at Caersws; Appendix
-Bond relating to Premises in Borough of Caersws -Chronicle of Oliver
The Territorial Divisions of Montgomeryshire. Compiled by Morris CHARLES
JONES. 1. Ancient Civil Divisions ; II. Ancient Ecclesiastical Divisions ;
i. Classification of the Churches, and the Parishes attached thereto, with
respect to their probable antiqulty-ii. Pope Nicholas's Taxation, circa
1291-iii. Valor Ecclesiasticus, tempore Henry VIII; II1. Manorial Divisions.
Montgomeryshire, when and how constituted Shire-ground. By THOMAS
The Territorial Divisions (continued)—Iv. Modern Civil Divisions, A.D. 1592;
v. The present Hundredal, Parochial, and Villenarian Divisions, showing
the Basis or Standard for the Assessment to the County Rate.
A Powysian at Agincourt. By the Rev. WILLIAM V. LLOYD, M.A., F.R.G.S.
Sir Griffith Vaughan.
Materials for a Topographicon of Montgomeryshire. By RICHARD WILLIAMS,
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire. Catalogue of the Sheriffs, authenticated by
reference to, and illustrated by extracts from, the public records. By the
Rev. WILLIAM V. LLOYD, M.A., F.R.G.S.
The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire, with their armorial bearings, and notices,
zenealogical and biographical, of their families. Edited by the Rev. W.
V. LLOYD, M.A.. F.R.G.S., and E. HAMER.
Genealogical Key Chart to the Families of the Tribe of Brochwel Ysgythrog,
whose Members have served the office of Sheriff. 1541. Humphrey Lloyd.
A Parochial Account of Llangurig. By EDWARD HAMER. I. Physical Fea-
tures and Description; 11. Archeological ; III. Ecclesiastical; iv. The
Lords of Llangurig and the Clochfaen Family; v. The Plas Madog Family.
Some Account of Llanllugan Nunnery. By MORRIS CHARLES JONES.
A List of the Members of Parliament for the County and Contributory
Boroughs of Montgomery, up to the end of the Eighteenth Century.
Compiled by EDWARD ROWLEY MORRIS.
History of the Parish of Llangadfan. By the Rev. GRIFFITH EDWARDS, M.A.,
Rector. 1. Description of the Parish and its Physical Features ; 11. Popu.
lation; II. Archæological and Antiquarian Remains ; iv. Ecclesiastical
Establishment; v. Biographical Notices-Nonconformity, Education.
List of Justices of the Peace, etc., for Montgomeryshire, at different periods
during the seventeenth century.
Materials for a Topographicon of Montgomeryshire. By RICHARD WILLIAMS.
Assessment of Ship-money on Montgomeryshire, A.D. 1637.
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire, Notices (continued) :- 1542. Sir Robert Acton,
Knight; 1543. Lewis Jones ; 1544. Griffith ap David ap John; 1545. Lewis
Jones; 1516. Reginald Williams ; Appendix. Genealogical Key-Chart of
the noble family of Herbert; showing the Members, and connections by
marriage, who have served the office of Sheriff ; 1547. William Herbert ;
1548. Matthew Price. Genealogical Key-Chart of the families whose
Members have served the office of Sheriff, descended from ELYSTAN GLOD.
RUDD; 1549. Robert Acton; 1550. Sir Robert Acton; 1551. James Leech;
1552. Edward Leighton (Knighted in 1591)-By S. L.; 1553. Nicholas
Notes on the Geology of Powys-land. By W. Boyd DAWKINS, M.A., F.R.S.
Appendix--The Barony of Powys-Review by John GougH NICHOLS, Esq.,
LIST OF PLATES.
Samian Ware found at Caersws.-Earthwork on Rhyd-yr-Onen Farm.-
Llangurig Church (exterior).-Ground Plan of Llangurig Church.-Details
of Rood Screen, Llangurig Church.- Llangurig Church (interior).- East
Window, etc., Llangarig Church.-Arms of I. Y. W. Lloyd, Esq., of Cloch-
faen.-Camp at Maes Lymysten; and Ancient Earthworks at Cann Office,
-Antiquities found at Llangadfan.-Llangadfan Church (exterior).-
Various Shields.-Eight Shields of Arms of Sheriffs.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.
Original Proposal for formation of Club; Rules; Amended Rules; and List
Report of Third Annual Meeting:
.List of Articles and Documents then exhibited.
Resolution of Museum Comınittee appointing Sub-Committees, etc.
A History of the Parish of Kerry. By E. R. Morris. 1. Name, Physical Fea-
tures, Description ; II. Population, Industrial Pursuits (to be continued).
The Devolution of the Manors of Montgomeryshire. By MORRIS C. JONES.
1 and 11. The Manors of Arwystli and Cyfeiliog, jointly-i. The Manor of
Arwystli, separately; ii. The Manor of Cyfeiliog ; iii. The Manor of Tal-
A History of the Parish of Llanfyllin. By the Rev. Robert WILLIAMS,
Rector of the Parish, and Hon. Canon of St. Asaph. 1. Description, Phy-
sical Features, etc.; 11. Archæological; III. Ecclesiastical; 1v. Folklore
Appendix (A). Inspeximus Charter of Elizabeth to Burgesses of Llanfyllin;
(B). Llanfyllin Independent Chapel ; (C). Borough of Llanfyllin.
Miscellanea Historica, or the Public Officers of Montgomeryshire 'with brief
genealogical notes. By the Rev. W. V. LLOYD, M.A., F.RG.S., from 1st
May, 1553-4, to 20th Elizabeth (to be continued).
Further Remarks on the Elegy of Llywarch Hen. By T. WRIGAT, M.A.,
Llywarch Hen. Reply by Rev. D. Silvan Evans to Strictures of Rev. R
The History of the Parish of Darowen. By Thomas OWEN MORGAN. I.
Its Name, Patron Saint, Parish Church, Village Schools, etc. ; 11. Rivers
and Physical Character; III. Noddfa; iv. Cae'rseddfan.
A Letter endorsed "an unadvised lere from gentlemen of Mountgomery-
shire" (Peniarth MSS.)
On the Antiquities of Montgomeryshire. By H. LONGUEVILLE JONES, M.A.
Some Account of the Rood-Screens and Timber Work of Powys-land. By
DAVID WALKER, Architect, Liverpool. No. 1. Newtown Rood Screen.
Materials for a “ Topographicon of Montgomeryshire." By RICHARD WIL-
A Parochial Account of Llangurig. By EDWARD HAMER (continued).
Genealogical ; VII. Biographical ; viii. Folk-lore; ix. Miscellaneous; X.
Topographical Glossary of Names in the Parish-Additions and Corrections.
Historic spots. No. 1. Bwlch-y-Pawl. By THOMAS NEwILL.
Miscellanea Historica, or Public Officers of Montgomeryshire. By the Rev.
W. V. LLOYD, M.A., F.RG.S., from 21 Elizabeth to 31 Elizabeth.
Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire (continued). Edited by Rev. W. V. LLOYD and
EDWARD HAMER. 1554-5. Richard Powell; 1556. Henry Acton; 1557.
Edward Herbert; 1558. Lewis Jones; 1559. John Herbert; 1560. Thomas
Williams; 1561. Randolph Hanmer; 1562. John Price of Eglwysegle;
1563. Andrew Vavasour ; 1564. George Benyon; 1565. Rees ap Morris ap
Owen-Appendix ; 1566. John Price; 1567. Richard Salwey-Appendix-
“Trumwins," “ Musards,” and “ Washborns."
The Early Antiquities of the County of Montgomery. By the Rev. E. L.
BARNWELL, MA.:--Coins, Penannular Rings, Gold Torque, Sepulchral
Urns, Ancient Mining Tools, Spearheads, Celts, Powis Castle Implements,
Unknown Bronze Articles, Bronze Boar.
LIST OF PLATES.
Gold Torque (presented by Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart.) Frontispiece to vol. iii.-
Tomen-yr-Allt.-Llanfyllin Token.-Llanfyllin Church.-Llanfyllin Church
(ground plan).-Darowen, New and Old Churches.-Roodscreen at New-
town (photo-lithograph).—Y Cloch faen (stone bell), Llangurig.- Fac-
simile of Inscription on Eliseg's pillar, from E. Llwyd's Arch. Brit.-Bwlch-
y-Pawl.-Penannular Rings (Llanrhaiadr).--Cinerary Urn (Aberbechan).
Roman Mining Tools (Llanymynech).- Bronze Spearhead (Trefeglwys).
- Bronze Spearhead (Llanymynech).-Bronze Celt (Llanwnog). --Bronze
Powis Castle Implements, two plates, lent by the Earl of Powis (Guilsfield).
Bronze unknown article (Llanymynech).-Bronze Boar (Gaer Vawr,
Guilsfield).- Fifteen Heraldic Shields.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.
Original Proposal for formation of Club, Rules, and amended Rules, and
List of Members.
Report of Fourth Annual Meeting:
Short Papers prepared for or read at the Meeting :-Norman Column and
Arch discovered in Meifod Church. By Rev. R. WYNNE-EDWARDS, M.A.,
the Vicar.-Notes during the Restoration of Welshpool Church. By Rev.
J. E. HILL, M.A., the Vicar.-On Tomen-yr Allt and Tomen Cefnllawr.
By J. GRAHAM WILLIAMS.
List of Articles and Documents presented to the Powys-land Museum, and
exhibited at the Meeting.
Alphabetical List of Donors to Powys-land Museum.
List of other Articles and Documents exhibited at the Annual Meeting.
Report of Powys-land Museum Committee.
Obituary of Members of the Powys-land Club.
The Abbey of Ystrad Marchell (strata Marcella). Part I. By MORRIS C.
St. Germanus' Blessing or Prophecy of Perpetual Sovereignty to the Family
of Cadelh Dyrnllwg, King of Old Powys. By Rev. W. V. LLOYD, F.RG.S.
Historic Spots. No. 2. Mathraval. By Rev. GEORGE SANDFORD, M.A.