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Hugh Hughes: 1790-1863

Hugh Hughes: 1790-1863

arlunydd gwlad = artisan painter : catalog arddangosfa = exhibition catalogue.

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Published by Lyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru in Aberystwyth .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hughes, Hugh, -- 1790-1863.

  • Edition Notes

    Parallel Welsh text and English translation.

    ContributionsNational Library of Wales.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39p.,(6p. of leaves) :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20033447M
    ISBN 10090715848X

    Hugh Hughes () was an artist and publisher whose views of local scenery (for example 'Beauties of Cambria', ) did much to establish North Wales as a tourist destination. S/N Yr hynafion Cymreig: neu, Hanes am draddodiadau, defodau, ac ofergoelion, yr Hen Gymry; yn nghyd a Sylwadau ar eu dechreuad, &c. &c. Wedi eu hegluro a darluniau heirdd, gan Mr. H. Hughes, awdwr y "Beauties of Cambria" () (Reprint) Hughes, Hugh,

    Hugh Alfred Garland Virginia - 14 Oct Landon Cabell Garland 21 Mar Nelson County, Virginia, United States - 13 Feb Samuel Garland Jr 16 Dec Lynchburg, Virginia - 14 Sep Hugh Hughes, arlunydd gwlad 1 copy; Diwylliant gweledol Cymru: Gweledigaeth yr Oesoedd Canol 1 copy; Diwylliant gweledol Cymru: Y Gymru ddiwydiannol 1 copy (show all .

    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In he was living with Margaret Hughes, possibly a daughter. Note: Francis Hughes had a brother John Hughes, whose record is given below. Descendants of Francis Hughes live on Walden's Ridge near Chattanooga. JOHN HUGHES John Hughes applied for revolutionary pension while living in McMinn County, Tennessee, Sept. 5, He was born in


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Get this from a library. Hugh Hughes: arlunydd gwlad, [Peter Lord]. Hugh Hughes may refer to. Sports. Hugh Hesketh Hughes (–), Welsh polo player; Hugh Hughes (rugby player), Wales international rugby union player Others.

Hugh Iorys Hughes (–), British civil engineer; Hugh Hughes (painter) (?–), Welsh artist, engraver and writer Hugh Hughes (poet) (y Bardd Coch) (–), Welsh poet Hugh Hughes (Tegai) (–), Welsh.

HUGHES, HUGH (?–), artist, born at Pwllygwichiad, near Llandudno, son of Thomas Hughes, by Jane, his wife, was baptised at Llandudno, according to the parish register, 20 Feb. He lost his parents in childhood, and was educated by his maternal grandfather, Hugh Williams of Meddiant Farm, Llansantffraid Glan Conwy, Denbighshire.

Apart from the bookplate there are No Inscriptions or other Marks. Illustrated throughout in b/w, with a few colour plates. All Text in Welsh, with some passages in English from letters/corres, etc, "The biography of Hugh Hughes (), the most productive Welsh artist of the nineteenth century, who worked mainly in Wales.

The Beauties of Cambria; HUGHES H [Hugh] Publisher: H Hughes. Publish Year: Publish Place: London: Illustrator: HUGHES Hugh. Category: Miscellaneous, Foreign Travel, Antiquarian in between triple ruled borders, binders and owners book label to fpd, ink dedication to titlepage, some spotting and offsetting, includes.

HUGHES, HUGH (Tegai) (–), Welsh poet, was born in the small village of Cilgeraint, Llandegai, Carnarvonshire, in His father was a deacon of the independent church at Cororion, and district president of the British and Foreign Bible Society.

Hugh derived all his education from a Sunday school. He assisted with Yr Adolygydd [ Cardiff, ], Y Gwron Cymreig [ ], Y Gwladgarwr [ ], and Y Dysgedydd. [See also under Hugh Hughes, ( - ) and Jones, Josiah, T.

He was a frequent adjudicator at eisteddfodau, and many complaints were made about his scathing criticisms. Hugh Hughes (), who was born in Llandudno, trained as a wood-engraver and later became a portrait painter.

He spent much of his time between and in Carmarthen, where he co-operated with John Evans, publisher and printer and other publishers. This site provides a free index to the War of pension application files.

It is part of the free tutorial Researching Your Revolutionary War Patriot Ancestor. creator: hugh hughes, owner: nlw publisher reference: (wlabnl) Mrs John Jones of Castle Street, Liverpool (b) Hughes, Hugh, – Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales Photo credit: Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru /.

Slave Manumissions in Alexandria Land Records, Note: This is a large file. It will take some minutes to load. The following is a list of manumissions of African-American slaves recorded in the court records for the town and county of Alexandria, to Hugh Hughes ( - ) Ian Hughes ( - ) United Kingdom Inerd Hughes (mid 20th C) J A Hughes (19th century) United States Jack Hughes (20th century) United States James Hughes (19th century) James Hughes ( - ) Tennessee James E Hughes (Born ) Maine, New Jersey Jerome Anthony Hughes ( - ) California, New Jersey.

Media in category "Hugh Hughes" The following 57 files are in this category, out of 57 total. He then trained for the ministry and was ordained at St Martin's Church, Chester in He published numerous poems, hymns and translations in Welsh. This portrait was probably painted by either Hugh Hughes or William Jones 'Jones of Chester'   Words with Pictures: Welsh Images and Images of Wales in the Popular Press, by Peter Lord () Jan 1, Cafodd y llun hwn o Landudno ei baentio gan R.

Green, Hendre-waelod, ymychydig flynyddoedd yn unig cyn i'r dref cael ei datblygu'n gyrchfan gwyliau Fictorianaidd. Y ffermdy ym mlaen y darlun yw Pwllygwichiaid, sef man geni yr arlunydd Hugh Hughes (). Hugh Hughes () Samuel Ireland Thomas Rowlandson () Thomas Stothard ().

W.H. Pyne Francis Towne John Varley () Cornelius Varley John Sell Cotman () Philip James de Loutherbourg () Julius Caesar Ibbetson ().

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Hugh Hughes () (d. ±73), Llandudno, Sir Gaernarfon. Artist and publisher Hugh Derfel Hughes (d. ±74), Llandderfel, Meirionÿdd. Poet Isaac Hughes ('Craigfrÿn') (d. ±76), Mynwentycrynwÿr, Morgannwg. Novelist John Hughes ( (d.

±79) Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa, Sir Drefaldwÿn. Calvanist Methodist minister. -Deeds and papers donated by Lady Edwards, some relating to Hugh Hughes [] of Aberystwyth, artist, and his wife Sarah, daughter of the Rev.

David Charles, Carmarthen. Benjamin, Alwyn. A Statistical Comparison of the Principal Surnames in Use in Penarth(Gla), with those in use in Aberystwyth, (NLW's site) Ceredigion, Vol IX/3.EASEL and BOOK DRAWING.

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Sue Lloyd-Davies Books. items. Anglo-Welsh Literature Welsh Interest. Sue.A few of the people who toured Wales during the 18th and 19th centuries lived in Wales and some of these either understood Welsh or were accompanied by someone who did.

Their knowledge of local traditions and customs, including food were sources of such information for the English tourists. The Welsh speaking tourists, in a.