File 597C. - Angharad Llwyd papers and letters,

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Angharad Llwyd papers and letters,


  • 1798-1842. (Creation)

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Letters and papers of Angharad Llwyd, Caerwys comprising an 'englyn' ('Atteb Silin i Angharad Llwyd pan y cymhellai ef i aros yn Nghaerwys i ddarllen gwaith Lewis Dwn, ac yntau yn gorfod myned adref'); letters from P[eter] B[ailey] Williams, undated [?1832] (1) (congratulating her on her success notwithstanding he was her opponant [sic] investigator), [Rice] P[ryce] B[uckley] Williame[s], India Board, 1829 (1) (thanking her for each of her papers), and Aug[usta] Hall, Gwenynen Gwent, Llanover, 1838 (1) (an invitation); lines of verse written by Gwenynen Gwent, Llanover, 1842, to Miss Helen Lhwyd, asking her to let Angharad remain with them, and Helen Lloyd's reply, also in verse; An Ode written on the occasion of the Eisteddfod of the Cymmrodorion in Powys at Wrexham, Sept. 13, 1820 by T. I., London, Aug. 28, 1820, 4 pp. (Davidson, Printer, Old Boswell Court, London); a letter May 28 [ ], from A[neurin] Owen, Evershot (the copy he sent of the works of Lewis Glyn Cothi, the scribe of Llyvr du Basing, etc.); a pen-and-ink sketch of Ap Glanwylt Glendower, 1st. Seneschal of Euloe 'done by ? Rv'd Edward Stanley'; two letters, undated and 1832, from Henry Parry, [Llanasa] (the Hugheses of Halkin, requesting information about the Youde family, the illness of the writer's daughter, etc.); letters from M. Roscoe, Toxteth Park [Liverpool postmark, ?1828] (1, addressed to Miss Ann Lloyd, Caerwys) (a small box from the writer's cousin, Margaret Waln, family news, mention of Mrs Hemans), Richard Parry alias Monwysiad, Llanerchymedd (? Richard Parry 'Gwalchmai'), 1835 (1) (having a copy of her account of the Beaumaris Congress would render him essential assistance in drawing out an account of the Llanerchymedd Eisteddfod, 'englynion'), David Jones alias Dafydd ab Ioan, Llangollen, 1823 (1) (sending a sword as a gift at the suggestion of the Reverend Mr Jones alias Ioan Tegyd), and H. Meyrick, Beaumaris, 1824 (1) (she never saw a picture of Bishop Meyrick or Sir Gelly Meyrick at Bodorgan, her brother has a very extensive pedigree book); and miscellanea, including a ticket to Eisteddfod Caerwys, 1798.

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Welsh, English.

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Preferred citation: 597C.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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