Scope and Content

Fourteen holograph letters, 1841?-1847, largely of a personal nature, written by E[lizabeth] Ramsay, from Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Trinity Gask, to her son A. C. Ramsay; together with three letters from And[rew] C. Ramsay, from Aberaeron, Bala, and London, to his mother, 1845-1847 (the progress of the writer's work, a description of the seashore at Aberaeron, a curacy for Stuart Williams in the neighbourhood of Oswestry, the death of Dr. Brown and of Claude Buchanan, etc.). Some of the letters of Elizabeth Ramsay are addressed to the Ordnance Geological Survey at Fishguard, at Llandovery, and at Builth, and to Dolaucothie, Carmarthenshire.


Title based on contents.

Formerly known as Ramsay 25.

Preferred citation: NLW MS 11575D.

Other Finding Aids

The description is also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume IV (Aberystwyth, 1971).

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