The William Weston Young Diaries
A description of the written records of William Weston Young’s activities as revealed in his Diaries, which although incomplete give much information for research into the chronology of events and his association with key partners in his business.
KeywordsWilliam Weston Young diaries Insight into chronologies Nantgarw China Works Dinas brick manufacture Wreck raising Salt extraction Porcelain manufacture
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