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THE Pembrokeshire HISTORIAN, No. 6 The Pembrokeshire elections of 1807 and 1812, by Roland G. Thorne; Bowen of Pentre Ifan and Llwyngwair, by Francis Jones: George Owen Harry, by E. D. Jones; Medieval Pembroke, by Brian P. Hindle; A note on St. Patrick's Chapel, St. David's by Glyn R. Jones. TRANSACTIONS OF THE RADNORSHIRE SOCIETY, VOL. XLIX Hindwell, Walton: an early Roman fort, by W. R. Pye (site) and George C. Boon (finds); The (Wordsworth) Hutchinsons in Radnorshire and on the Border, Part I, by R. C. B. Oliver; Families of Llanddewi Hall, Radnorshire, Part IV (2), by Ruth Bidgood; The Howells: a family of clockmakers of the Radnor-Herefordshire border, by G. L. Fairs; Abbeycwmhir School, the chronicle of a small rural school, by W. C. Maddox; A fifth collection of miscellaneous documents relating to Radnorshire and the Marches, Part I, by A. D. Powell; Archdeaconry of Brecon wills (contd.), by E. J. Cole. THE WELSH HISTORY REVIEW, VOL. IX No. 3. The Welsh poets and their patrons, ca. 1550-1640, by J. Gwynfor Jones; The first Menai Bridge project: politics, commerce and communications in Wales, 1782-86, by Paul Stafford; 'The first charity in Wales': Cardiff Infirmary and South Wales society, 1837-1914, by Neil Evans; Mobility, locality and demographic change: the case of north Cardiganshire, 1851-71, by G. J. Lewis. Reviews. No. 4. Jacobites and freemasons in eighteenth-century Wales, by J. P. Jenkins; The Pryse family of Gogerddan and the decline of a great estate, 1800-1960, by R. J. Colyer; Richard Davies and Nonconformist radicalism in Anglesey, 1837-68: a study of sectarian and middle-class politics, by David A. Pretty; Stuart Rendel and Welsh Liberal political organisation in the late nineteenth century, by Grahame V. Nelmes; Obituary: William Rees (1887-1978), by Gwynedd O. Pierce. Reviews. Articles relating to the history of Wales published mainly in 1977: I, Welsh history before 1660, by D. Huw Owen, II, Welsh history after 1660, by J. Gwynfor Jones. OTHER PERIODICAL LITERATURE ON WELSH ARCHAEOLOGY IN 1979 'Roman Britain in 1978: (I) Sites explored: Wales' (Aberffraw, Dinorben, St. Asaph, Segontium, Arthog, Pennal, Torpantau Station (Brecs.), Carmarthen, Cardiff Castle, Dinas Powis, Porthkerry, Caerleon); '(II): Inscriptions: Wales' (Usk), Britannia, X (1979), pp. 268-74, 355. 'Medieval Britain in 1978' in Medieval Archaeology, XXIII (1979), pp. 255 (Llanthony Priory), 263-4 (Rumney Castle, Penhow Castle), 269 (Cardiff, Swansea), 275 (Hafoty, Llansadwrn). 'Post-medieval Britain in 1978' in Post-medieval Archaeology, XIII (1979), pp. 276 (Cardiff), 281 (Holywell-Greenfield Mills). 'Department of the Environment summary excavation reports', Proc. Prehist. Soc., 45 (1979), pp. 329 (Hendre, Rhuddlan), 340 (Trefignath burial chamber, Holyhead). ALLEN, David, 'Excavations at Hafod y Nant Criafolen, Brenig Valley, Clwyd, 1973-74', Post-medieval Arch., XIII (1979), pp. 1-59.