INDEX TO VOLUME 9 ARTICLES Bishop Williams, the Altar Controversy, and the Royal Supremacy, 1627-41, by H. T. Blethen: 142. Cwm Hyfryd-a Welsh Settlement in the Patagonian Andes, by Glyn Williams: 57. 'The First Charity in Wales': Cardiff Infirmary and South Wales Society, 1837-1914, by Neil Evans: 319. The First Menai Bridge Project: Politics. Commerce and Communications in Wales, 1782-86, by Paul Stafford: 278. Jack Ashore: Seamen in Cardiff before 1914, by Martin Daunton: 176. Jacobites and Freemasons in Eighteenth-Century Wales, by J. P. Jenkins: 391. Mobility, Locality and Demographic Change: the case of North Cardigan- shire, 1851-71, by G. J. Lewis: 347. Private Enterprise versus Manorial Rights: Mineral Property Disputes in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Glamorgan, by Joanna Martin: 155. The Pryse Family of Gogerddan and the Decline of a Great Estate, 1800-1960, by Richard J. Colyer: 407. Richard Davies and Nonconformist Radicalism in Anglesey, 1837-68: a Study of Sectarian and Middle-Class Politics, by David A. Pretty: 432. Sir William Morgan of Pencoed: 'a Man much to be Accounted of', by Amos C. Miller: 1. Some Aspects of the Spatial Structure of two Glamorgan Towns in the Nineteenth Century, by Harold Carter and Sandra Wheatley: 32. Stuart Rendel and Welsh Liberal Political Organization in the late- Nineteenth Century, by Grahame V. Nelmes: 468. Theses on Welsh History, III, by David Lewis Jones: 84. The Welsh Poets and their Patrons, c. 1550-1640, by J. Gwynfor Jones: 245. The Wynns of Gwydir and Parliamentary Elections in Wales, 1604-40, by J. K. Gruenfelder: 121. OBITUARIES William Rees, by Gwynedd Pierce: 486. David Williams, by Richard Cobb: 204.
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