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Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society and archaeological Record - Volume 2 No 1

Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, Vol 2, No 1

The Transactions were published in approximately 14 volumes between 1909 and 1939. The complete contents are being digitised by NLW as part of the JISC-funded ‘Welsh Periodicals Online’ project and should be available during 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, with administrative entries (annual accounts etc.) removed.

Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society and archaeological Record - Volume 2 No 1
Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society and archaeological Record – Volume 2 No 1

Contents of Vol 2, No 1, 1915

• THE ROYAL MINT, ABERYSTWYTH, by the Rev. G. Eyre Evans
• TIR Y WERIN, CEREDIGION, by Jenkin Lloyd
• CARDIGANSHIRE FONTS (continued), written and illustrated by the Editor
16. Llansantffraed
17. Llanilar
18. Llanfair-Orllwyn
19. Llandygwydd
20. Mount
21. Tregaron
22. Cellan
23. Troed-yr-Aur
24. Eglwys Newydd
25. Sarnau
• THE STORY OF LLANGRANOG, by Miss E.E. Hope
• CARVED WORK IN CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES (continued), written and illustrated by the Editor
6. Rood-beam at Llanina
7. Corbels at Cardigan
• DEDICATIONS OF CARDIGANSHIRE CHURCHES (continued),
by the Rev. J. MORRIS, M.A., Vicar of Llanybyther and Llanwenog
• OLD CARDIGANSHIRE HOUSES (continued), by D. Ernest Davies, m.a.
2. Wern Newydd
• TEIFY-SIDE ANTIQUITIES (continued), by the Editor
4. The Three Mariners Inn, Cardigan
5. Stained Glass at Cardigan Church
• THINGS SEEN IN CARDIGANSHIRE, by “Argus”
1. A Fish Vane at Llandyssul
2. A Way-side Memorial at Llanddewi-Aberarth
• MONUMENTS TO CARDIGANSHIRE WORTHIES, by D. Samuel, M.A., Headmaster of the County School, Aberystwyth
1. The Lewis Edwards Memorial at Penllwyn
2. The Henry Richard Statue at Tregaron
• VANISHED AND VANISHING CARDIGANSHIRE, by ” Old Inhabitant “
1. Castle Lane, Aberystwyth 
2. Bont Cottage, Aberaeron
3. Llanrhystyd Church before Restoration
4. Nantcwnlle Church before Restoration
5. Llanfihangel-y-Creuddin in 1889
6. Leaves from an Old Sketch-book
• IN MEMORIAM
1. Lord Roberts
2. Sir Edward Anwyl
3. The Cathedral of Reims
• REVIEWS
An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Mon­mouthshire :-I. County of Montgomery ; II. County of Flint ; III. County of Radnor ; IV. County of Denbigh
The Church Plate of Cardiganshire, by the Rev. J. T. Evans
The Other Side of Death, by the Rev. R. Jones
Cipdrem ar Hanes Tregaron a’r Cylch, by M. E. MORGAN
Cymraeg y Mabinogion, gan D. Samuel, M.A.
Reminiscenses of the Rev. D. Edwards, M.A.
• NOTES AND NEWS.
Something Accomplished
Antiquarians of the Rising Generation
Dial from Lampeter Old Church
Church Restorations
Sword and Canon-ball at Trefilan
Ancient Church Customs
Holy Water Stoups
The Movement for a Museum
• CORRESPONDENCE
The Inscribed Stone at Llanlear
The Sign of the Wilkes’ Head
The Name Cribin
Sinod Inn
The Font at Llanarth

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