II. WELSH HISTORY AFTER 1660 T. G. Holt investigates the Glamorgan Catholic mission after the Titus Oates Plot, in Journal of Welsh Ecclesiastical Hist., I, 11-27. The Tory tradition in eighteenth-century Cardiff is the subject chosen by P. Jenkins, ante, XII, 180-96. The history of Glansevern mansion in Lower Garthmyl, Montgomeryshire, is surveyed by E. H. C. Davies, in Montgomeryshire Collections, LXXII, 53-62. The career of Thomas Roberts, an early Baptist leader in eighteenth-century Anglesey, is examined by D. W. William, in Traf Cym. Hanes Bedyddwyr Cymru, 1984, pp. 1-11 (in Welsh). Dafydd Wiliam, Llandeilo Talybont, hymnwriter, is the subject of a study by D. A. Brown, ibid., pp. 12-16 (in Welsh). Francis Jones revisits Llechdwnni estate in the vicinity of Cydweli and Llandyfaelog, in The Carmarthenshire Antiquary, XX, 29-49. The Carmarthen Diocesan Library and its contents are surveyed by W. H. Howells, ibid., pp. 59-68. The visits of Thomas Morgan, the Independent minister of Henllan Amgoed, to north Wales are examined by D. W. Wiliam, in Y Cofiadur, XLIX, 3-11 (in Welsh). A translation of a pamphlet produced by John Wesley during one of his visits to Wales is printed with notes by D. W. Wiliam, ibid., pp. 14-21 (in Welsh). Thomas Cowburne, a late-eighteenth-century printer of Amlwch, provides C. Parry with an interesting theme in Anglesey Antiquarian Soc. and Field Club Trans., 1984, pp. 93-97. E. Evans examines the career of Thomas Jones, Cwmiou, in Journal of the Hist. Soc. of the Presbyterian Church of Wales, VIII, 24-30. The fulling mills in Merioneth provide A. J. Parkinson with some interesting data, in Journal Merioneth Hist. and Record Soc., IX, 457-71. Aspects of drover history in Radnorshire are investigated by S. P. Thomas, in Trans. Radnorshire Society, LIV, 58-66. Church patronage and clerical politics in eighteenth-century Glamorgan provide P. Jenkins with an interesting topic, in Morgannwg, XXVIII, 32-47. John Wynne, a Welsh bishop of St. Asaph (1714-27), provides B. Gibson with a stimulating ecclesiastical theme, in Journal of Welsh Ecclesiastical Hist., 1, 28-44. The features of the Glamorgan gentry in local society between 1760 and 1840 are focussed upon by P. Jenkins, ante, XII, 29-49. Wages, prices and social improvements in Cardiganshire between 1700 and 1750 are a subject which attracts A. E. Davies, in Ceredigion, X, 31-56. The history of Llanddewi Aberarth church is traced in some detail by D. S. Downey, ibid., pp. 82-96. P. Morgan traces the career of Thomas Jones of Pencerrig, artist, in Trans. Honourable Soc. of Cymmrodorion, pp. 51-76. Thomas Pennant and the case involving William Davies Shipley, dean of St. Asaph, are analysed by R. E. Jenkins, ibid., pp. 72-94.
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