Ceredigion Historical Society
Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1979 Vol VIII No 4

Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1979 Vol VIII No 4

Pages from Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1979 Vol VII No 4, can be viewed below.

You can also view previous editions of the Society’s Journal going back to 1950, with fascinating facts about the archaeology, antiquities and history of the County of Ceredigion.

Contents of Volume VIII, Number 4

  • Gellidywyll: A Ceredigion family South of the Tefi – By Francis Jones – 369
  • The U.C.W. museum and art collections – By Moira Vincentelli – 389
  • The planning of Aberaeron – By Henry Phythian-Adams – 389
  • Aberystwyth Cliff Railway – By Howard C. Jones – 408
  • Bedd Taliesin – By Juliette Wood – 414
  • The decline of mining at Cwmystwyth – By Simon J. S. Hughes – 419
  • Bywiogrwydd crefyddol a llenyddol Dyffryn Teifi, 1689-1740 – By Geraint H. Jenkins – 439
  • A Plano-convex knife from Craig-y-Pistyll – By C. S. Briggs – 478
  • Adolygiadau/Reviews – 481
  • Adroddiad Blynyddol/Annual Report – 483
  • Cyfrifon/Statement of Accounts – 487

Reviews

  • Historic industrial scenes: Wales, by D. Morgan Rees 1979 – ISBN 0 903485 74 5.
  • Historic Waterways Scenes: Briton’s lost Waterways, by Michael E, Ware 1979 – 0 903485 66 4.
  • Histiric Industrial Scenes: The Steam engine in industry, by George Watkins 1979 – ISBN 0 903485 66 4.
  • Aberystwyth Yesterday, by Howard C. Jones 1980 – ISBN 0 900807 38 5.
Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1979 Vol VIII No 4
Ceredigion – Journal of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 1979 Vol VIII No 4

The Journals were published from 1950 up to present day. The complete contents have been digitised by NLW as part of the JISC-funded ‘Welsh Periodicals Online’ project which were available from 2009. In the meantime we present the table of contents of each volume below. The format and level of detail in the ‘Contents’ varied from volume to volume. We present the lists as originally printed.

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