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Name: University of Wales Swansea
Notes:
Postal address: Information Services and Systems
Singleton Park
Town: Swansea
County:
Post code: SA2 8PP
Telephone: 01792 295021
Web address: http://www.swan.ac.uk/lis/historicalcollections/archives/

18 documents found for University of Wales Swansea:

Code Description Date Keywords
Yorkshire Imperial Metals, A.

papers relating to the Cornish metal trade & to the history of the firm, 1785 - 1896; D. Law Papers & Correspondence, 3, draft case (with three annexed letters) for the opinion of counsel in a dispute over Swansea quay duties; S. Misc, 1, memorandum book, containing notes of vessels sheathed; trade agreements, etc., 1870

1785 - 1896 mining harbours
WH Jones/15

ms & typed notes with misc. scraps regarding the history of Swansea, local families, shipping, etc., c.1870-1930

1870 - 1930
Royal Institution Misc., 10

Swansea Corp. notice regarding bathing regulations in Swansea Bay, 1853 & 11, copy in Welsh

1853   leisure seaside
Ralph Wishart, 10

account book of the Charles Bath, pilot boat, 1924-33

1924 - 1933
Mumbles Railway

C, Swansea Improvements & Tramways Co. records, Mumbles Railway & Pier section, 53-69 includes ledgers, cash books, journals, 1899-1929; E, records of Mumbles Railway & Pier Co., 1888-1959; F, South Wales Transport Co. Records, Mumbles Railway & Pier Section, 13-16, ledgers, journals & cash receipt book, 1928-48

1888 - 1959
Morris, 2-3

travel diaries of Robert Morris, jun., of continental tour, 15 May 1772 - 20 February 1774 & of continent, northern England & Scotland, 20 February - 5 July 1774

1772 - 1774 journals leisure
Llanelli Assoc. Tin-plate company includes C

production & export records, 8, export file, 1946-7 & 12, shipping-sales invoices, July - August 1939; E, reports & misc. papers, 5 tin-plate conference papers regarding exports to Australia, etc., 1944-7

1939 - 1947 trade commerce
John Timothy,2

diary of John Timothy, 1 January - 27 April 1864, including note of oysters caught

1864   journal fishing shellfish
Grant Francis, F

files of antiquarian notes, printed sources, press cuttings, etc, including 5, harbours & docks, 1804-91

1804 - 1891
Gibbs, 3-4

illustrated invitation cards from South West Harbour Trustees to ceremony marking the cutting of the first sod of new dock by King Edward VII, 20 July 1904 & to the opening ceremony of the King's Dock, 23 November 1909, Glentaire, 5, statement of proposed scheme by Rosser Rosser for a floating dock in Swansea, 1894 & 34, paper regarding luggage of J.D. Jenkins shipped to Montreal, 1939

1894 - 1939 ports
Fricker, 1

journal of a Calcutta resident, possibly an officer in the East of India Company, coastguard or pilot service, July 1828 - January 1829

1828 - 1829 diary India
Edgar Evans, 1-2

letters from Edgar Evans onboard the Terra Nova to his mother at Pilton, Rhossili, 21 January 1910 & 3 January 1911; 3, copy letter from Captain Robert Scott at `winter quarters' to Mrs Edgar Evans, October 1911; 4, copy letter from Lieut. Henry Fennell onboard the Terra Nova to Mrs Edgar Evans, 1 April 1912

 

1910 - 1912 correspondence ships
Dillwyn, 42

travel journal of Corsica by L.L. Dillwyn, November - December 1878

1878   diary Europe
Crawshay,4

household account book of RT Crawshay with R. Fennell, fishmonger, 1874

1874  
Corp. of Swansea

town clerk's office papers, including H.6, correspondence regarding dispute over Swansea harbour rights, 1839-48 & J.2, brief in the case of Swansea Corp. vs. Nicholas Lumsden regarding harbour dues, 1832, includes eighteenth-century harbour plan

1832 - 1848 ports levies duties
Cartwright/5

bill from Owen Hughes & others to the county of Caernarvon for finding dead bodies floating in the river Menai, 1820

1820   deaths waterways
Cartwright/1

receipt by Kitty Hughes to Lieut. Kortwright, late commander of HMS Insolent, gunbrig, for 12 6s 10 1/2d in full for her husband's share in prize money from the sale of spirits seized in the Dolphin, smuggling lugger, 13 April 1805; 2, receipt by Tom Watts for 1 11s 4d from Lieut. Kortwright for wages due to him for his service onboard the Lark, cutter, c.1805; 3, promissory note for 18 1s 3d from N. Kortwright to Messrs Ames, Bright & Co. of Bristol, bankers, c.1810; 4, bills to Lieut. Kortwright for freight, clothing, ale, etc, 1810-38

1805 - 1838 navy captains ships alcohol cargo
Bishopston Manor, 6

notes on the ownership of wrecks on the Gower coast manors, extracted from the Penrice & Margram Mss, c.1900

1900