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Order re election of guardian for the parish. Plans of alterations to Magistrates' Court Denbigh. Plans of proposed fire station Smithfield Road Denbigh. Plan for proposed fire station. Site location plan Caledryn School Denbigh. Plan of Caledryn School Denbigh. Plas Pigot ESN school plans. Plans of proposed County School Denbigh. Plan of proposed girls' school Red Lane. School plans. Records of Aneurin O Evans including copies of clients' wills ledgers and title deeds.
Papers concerning Plaid Cymru conference in Denbigh Welsh. Sale particulars.
Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham
Volume of cuttings. Assistant masters' agreement at Grammar school. Municipal Corporations Report. Toc H Denbigh branch records. Miscellaneous sale particulars. Miscellaneous papers concerning Denbigh Library exhibitions. Papers including photographs concerning a guides' rallies at Denbigh Castle. Photographs of guides' county rallies at Foxhall. Prescription book of Harrison Jones and Co; Denbigh. Correspondence concerning purchase of stocks to be placed near the old town cross. Papers re Gee and Son printers. Newscutting on establishment of Gee and Son.
Letter re requisitioning of Kilford and Eglwyswen farms. Letter from headmistress of Howell's school. Notes on castle. Report on development. Papers re National Eisteddfod. North Wales Hospital annual reports.
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Denbigh Flower Show programmes. Topographical prints of Denbigh Abbey and Valle Crucis; Miscellaneous topographical prints. Agreements to supply water to Denbigh Green. Miscellaneous newspaper photographs. Specification of building work at Pant Farm. Title deeds of properties in Denbigh and Henllan. Photographs of monuments; with notes and newspaper cuttings.
Deeds Abbey estate. Scrapbooks containing many Denbigh references.
Invitation to dinner at Crown Inn. Papers concerning proposed museum at Denbigh; sketch plan and photographs of County Hall; Denbigh. Draft accounts of an unidentified solicitor; Denbigh. Photographs of Denbigh Castle.
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Card promoting Denbigh historical pageant. Accounts of Crown rents out of Denbigh Borough. Rhaglen o emynau a thonau cenhadol ar gyfer cymanfaoedd canu a gynhelir o dan nawdd Eglwysi Methodistiaid Cyfarfod Misol Dyffryn Clwyd yn Ninbych. Photograph album of Howell's School staff; pupils and school buildings; with school repoert Denbigh Infirmary: 53rd Annual Report. Denbigh Hospital Study final report. Postcard of Denbigh town.
Letter pleading for reinstatement after dismissal as excise officer; Denbigh. Miscellaneous photographs. Denbighshire Townswomen's Guild: minutes etc. Photocopies of Wesleyan circuit preaching plans.
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Leaflet-invitation to national Eisteddfod Welsh. County school "Y Bach" including history of Grammar school. Papers re sale of farm. Magazine Y Ddolen including account of centenary of Fron chapel Welsh. List of duties of attendants at North Wales Hospital for Insane. Details of payments to police constables for Denbigh B Division.
Copy electoral registers for Denbigh boroughs. Papers re market and market hall. Corrspondence re postal services. Petition of burgesses for a lease of land on which to build a Sunday school. Illuminated address presented to Dr Evan Pierce. Handbooks of meetings of Welsh Independents at Denbigh Welsh. Minutes of Liberal club and Cricket club. Insurance policy on market hall.
Correspondence re sale of land at Denbigh Green. Petition to Mayor re his term of office. Registers; letter; papers re Royal Denbigh Bowling Club. Notice about resolution passed re recent attack on Prince Regent. Draft of sermon possibly preached at Swan Lane independent chapel.
Form of religious service at Denbigh castle for silver jubilee of George V. Catalogue of arts and crafts exhibition and loan collections for Royal National Eisteddfod bilingual. Catalogue of books and list of portraits presented to borough library. Farmers Club minute book. Miscellaneous papers and photographs. Photographs of Royal Bowling Green members. National Farmers Union minutes and agenda papers; Denbigh area.
Inquisitions taken at the house of Thomas Jones; Denbigh on the ownership of lands in Denbigh. Assignment of mortgage of lands in Segrwyd. Release of three dwelling houses in the High Street. Rate book for Denbigh district rate. Miscellaneous documents and photographs.
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Adjudication sheet and membership card for Eisteddfod. Minutes of meetings of Free Church Council Welsh. Papers of borough surveyor re works in Albert and Abbey Roads. Minutes of county committee of Urdd Gobaith Cymru Welsh. Prints of castle. Borough Quarter Sessions minutes and borough court minutes. Lists of establishment licences. Poll book. Photograph of mayor in regalia. Deeds Tu Ucha. Leaflet welcoming visitors to the National Eisteddfod bilingual. Message of welcome to visitors to the National Eisteddfod; Denbigh; printed on paper serviettes bilingual. The country was also Protestant.
Mary tried her best to govern Scotland well, and initially was successful. She was tolerant of Protestants, listened to the advise given to her by her various ministers, and kept at peace with her influential Protestant half-brother, James Stewart, later Earl of Moray, illegitimate son of her father, James V.
Wiki Commons. Now that Mary was a widow, people were beginning to ask who she would marry. As with Elizabeth, her marriage was of immense political importance. It concerned the English government greatly. Elizabeth feared that she would marry a very powerful prince who could help her raise an army to invade England.
Elizabeth wanted Mary to marry a man with very little power or influence, so that her Scottish cousin would be less of a threat. This was laughed at as he was widely thought to be Elizabeth's lover and a wife-murderer. Mary perceived it as an insult, although it is unlikely that Elizabeth meant it to be. Elizabeth believed that a marriage between them would guarantee the peace of both realms. She believed that Dudley would never conspire against her because of his affection for her, that he would fulfil his ambitions, and Mary would have a husband, and eventually with Elizabeth's blessing, be recognized as the heir to her throne.
Following the death of her first husband, she was created Countess of Buckingham in her own right in She became a Roman Catholic convert in the early s, under the influence of the Jesuit John Percy. Mary seems to have been the first person to recognise that George, her second son, had the ability to become a figure of political importance. His mother then sent him to the English Court, where he rapidly became the new favourite of King James I.
As George rose, his mother, brothers and half-brothers rose with him: the King in said that he lived to no other end but to advance the Villiers family. Mary arranged George's marriage to the great heiress Katherine, Baroness de Ros , who was said to be the richest woman in England; her enemies said that she had entrapped Katherine into the marriage by arranging for her to spend the night under the same roof as George, thus tarnishing her reputation and leaving her family with no choice but to accept George's proposal.
She was a woman of formidable strength of character, but she was never popular, due to what was described as her relentless ambition and greed.