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81 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4: The Gentry and the County in nineteenth-century Ca...

service to which they aspired was that of nominating or seconding a member of the Pryse family at the election.43 By 1832, however, when the franchise was extended to tenants paying rents in excess of £ 50 per year, the growing strength of nonconformity had begun to provide tenant farmer and cottager alike with a fresh sense of values. This led them to question the political power of a class which had

VOLUME: 81 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1980
PAGE: 547

81 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4: The Gentry and the County in nineteenth-century Ca...

Pryse Family of Gogerddan and the decline of a great estate', ante, IX, No. 4 (December, 1979), 407 31.

VOLUME: 81 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1980
PAGE: 569

81 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4: Articles relating to Welsh history published mainl...

beginning of the Apostolic Church, in Journal of the Hist. Soc. of the Presbyterian Church of Wales, III, 9-21. A view of the social changes in North Cardiganshire between 1851 and 1871 is undertaken by G. J. Lewis, ante, IX, no. 3, 347-61. The decline of Gogerddan and its owners, the Pryse family, is traced and analysed by R. Colyer, ante, IX, no. 4, 407-31. The contribution of Richard Davies, Treborth

VOLUME: 81 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1980
PAGE: 628

79 - Vol. 9, nos. 1-4: Contents

CONTENTS Page JACOBITES AND FREEMASONS IN Eighteenth-century WALES. By J. P. Jenkins 391 THE PRYSE FAMILY OF GOGERDDAN AND THE DECLINE OF A GREAT ESTATE, 1800-1960. By Richard J. Colyer 407 RICHARD Davies AND NONCONFORMIST RADICALISM IN ANGLESEY, 1837-68: A STUDY OF SECTARIAN AND MIDDLE- CLASS Politics. By David A. Pretty 432 STUART RENDEL AND WELSH LIBERAL POLITICAL ORGANIZ- ATION IN THE LATE

VOLUME: 79 - Vol. 9, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1978
PAGE: 418

77 - Vol. 8, nos. 1-4: The mysterious parlimentary election at Cardigan b...

decaying at a slower rate than Cardigan. At all events, Aberystwyth was, in terms of business and liveliness, the superior town and was accordingly extremely jealous of Cardigan's formal position as the centre and leader of the new county. Their quarrel was also intensi- fied by the aspirations of the increasingly important Price (or Pryse) family of Gogerddan, near Aberystwyth. The Prices were very

VOLUME: 77 - Vol. 8, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1976
PAGE: 185

1967 - Vol. 5, nos. 1-4: Cardigan election songs

and reached a far wider audience than any other electioneering means of those days. The two songs with which we are now concerned were composed by supporters of the Pryses of Gogerddan. The Pryse family had taken a leading part in the political life of Cardiganshire since the Tudors had given parliamentary representation to Wales. From 1553 to 1768, Pryses had represented the County in some twenty

VOLUME: 1967 - Vol. 5, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1964
PAGE: 52

1971 - Vol. 6, nos. 1-4: The Cardigan boroughs election of 1741

boroughs. Pryse Lloyd Total CARDIGAN 559 135 694 ABERYSTWYTH 317 152 469 ADPAR 146 152 298 LAMPETER 12 258 270 1,034 697 1,731 These figures confirm two suggestions already offered in my paper the substantial vote for Lloyd from Aberystwyth shows that he still retained a residual share of the Gogerddan interest there, derived from his connection with the Pryse family and his overwhelming majority from

VOLUME: 1971 - Vol. 6, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1968
PAGE: 142

1987 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4: Roderick Eardley Richardes and Plas Penglais, Aber...

institutions.25 R. J. COLYER Aberystwyth NOTES J. P. Jenkins, 'The Demographic decline of the Landed Gentry in the Eighteenth Century: A South Wales Study', W.H.R. (11, 1982-3), pp. 35-45; J. M. Howells, 'The Crosswood Estate, 1547-1947', ante (3, 1956-9), pp. 70-88; R.J. Colyer, 'The Pryse family of Gogerddan and the decline of a great estate, 1800-1960', W.H.R. (9, 1979), pp. 407-431; R. J. Colyer, The

VOLUME: 1987 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1984
PAGE: 110

1987 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4: Holidays at Aberystwyth, 1798-1823 :

many generations in his veins, as well as years of personal experience, it is not surprising that Thomas Bonsall prosper- ed-making a considerable fortune as well as a good marriage. He was knighted and in the same year elected High Sheriff of Cardiganshire, as 'of Fronfraith', his mansion and estate-two miles east of Aberystwyth, and close to the Gogerddan mansion of the older established Pryse

VOLUME: 1987 - Vol. 10, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1984
PAGE: 298

1975 - Vol. 7, nos. 1-4: Noddi beirdd yng Ngheredigion- rhai agweddau

45. GGG, XXV, 5-6, 42. (Cefais y cyfeiriad gan Mr. D. J. Bowen.) 46. Ralph A. Griffiths, op. cit., 154, 156. 47. IGE2, xxiii-v Ralph A. Griffiths, op. cit., 156 David Jenkins, The Pryse Family of Gogerddan CL1GC, viii, 90-1. (Chwiorydd, ac nid hanner chwiorydd, oedd yr Annes a'r Sioned a ddynodir fel gwragedd Rhydderch ab Ieuan Llwyd a'i fab, Phylip, yn 61 Dwnn, i, 28.) 48. IGE2, LXXVII. 49. Y

VOLUME: 1975 - Vol. 7, nos. 1-4
DATE: 1 January 1972
PAGE: 44

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