Brethren Archive

Wyatt MSS Book 2


Manuscript book related to B.W. Newton, compiled by Frederick William Wyatt - part of a series, most the others of which are held at CBA, Manchester.


  • Pages

    • Cover 1
    • Cover 2
    • Cover 3
    • Inside Cover 1
    • Inside Cover 2
    • Flyleaf 1
    • Flyleaf 2
    • Flyleaf 3
    • Flyleaf 4
    • Flyleaf 5
    • 1
    • 1b
    • 2
    • 2b (Login / Registration required)
    • 3 (Login / Registration required)
    • 3b (Login / Registration required)
    • 4 (Login / Registration required)
    • 4b (Login / Registration required)
    • 5 (Login / Registration required)
    • 5b (Login / Registration required)
    • 6 (Login / Registration required)
    • 6b (Login / Registration required)
    • 7 (Login / Registration required)
    • 7b (Login / Registration required)
    • 8 (Login / Registration required)
    • 8b (Login / Registration required)
    • 9 (Login / Registration required)
    • 9b (Login / Registration required)
    • 10 (Login / Registration required)
    • 10b (Login / Registration required)
    • 11
    • 11b
    • 12
    • 12b
    • 13
    • 13b
    • 14
    • 14b
    • 15
    • 15b
    • 16 (Login / Registration required)
    • 16b (Login / Registration required)
    • 17 (Login / Registration required)
    • 17b (Login / Registration required)
    • 18 (Login / Registration required)
    • 18b (Login / Registration required)
    • 19 (Login / Registration required)
    • 19b (Login / Registration required)
    • 20 (Login / Registration required)
    • 20b (Login / Registration required)
    • 21 (Login / Registration required)
    • 21b (Login / Registration required)
    • 22 (Login / Registration required)
    • 22b (Login / Registration required)
    • 23 (Login / Registration required)
    • 23b (Login / Registration required)
    • 24 (Login / Registration required)
    • 24b (Login / Registration required)



Comments:
Tom said ...
If anyone fancies helping to transcribe this, then I will add more pages.
There is a link to edit the transcription on each page under the image. Clicking on the image should bring up a hi-res version in a new tab.
Thursday, Feb 8, 2018 : 03:33
Timothy Stunt said ...
Frederick W. Wyatt's handwriting is so wonderfully legible that I doubt if anyone needs a transcription! or have I misunderstood the process? Timothy
Thursday, Feb 8, 2018 : 22:09
Tom said ...
Yes it is pretty clear, but it still takes time to read it, and definitely would be useful to have it in pure text form. You never know somebody might be interested enough to do it .. lets see :)
Thursday, Feb 8, 2018 : 23:58
KRUPA RAO said ...
ok
Thursday, Oct 11, 2018 : 17:56


Add Comment: