Apparitions -- Wales -- Early works to 1800.



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Diaries of Edmund Jones, Pontypool

Eleven printed diaries (Poor Robin, Merlinus Liberatus, Merlinus Anglicus junior, The Coelestial Atlas, Tymhorol ac Wybrenawl Newyddion) for the years 1729, 1731, 1732, 1739, 1768, 1770, 1773 (2), 1778, 1780, and 1789 kept by Edmund Jones (1702-1793), of The Tranch, Pontypool, Independent minister; the entries include texts of sermons, names of places at which sermons were preached, lists of persons received into communion, sums given to charity, 'benevolences' received, horoscopic diagrams, details of books bought or lent, 'sayings and doings of erroneous men', accounts relating to the printing of the diarist's A Relation of Apparitions of Spirits in the Principality of Wales, published in 1780, references to Miles Harry, Howell Harris, and William Williams, Pantycelyn, and to the followers of Daniel Rowland, Llangeitho, etc.

Jones, Edmund, 1702-1793


The apprenticeship indenture of Thomas Gee (senior) to William Collister Jones and Thomas Crane, printers, Chester, 14 Jan. 1796; a copy of a letter from Abel Simner to John Cartwright, 1837, concerning Thomas Gee's adoption as a Calvinistic Methodist preacher; a copy-book containing a list of visitors at Fron Cottage, and of presents received, October 1842; a note of hand by leading Methodists at Denbigh for their contribution towards building a British School, 1849; a Welsh poem beginning 'Oes neb a ystyr wrth fy nghwyn'; a note relating to a canvass for James Maurice at Denbigh, 1857; a resolution of thanks by Flintshire Monthly Meeting to Thomas Gee for his evidence before the Parliamentary Education Committee, 1867; letters relating to elections in Brecknockshire and Denbighshire, [?1868]; a list of employees of Thomas Gee; addresses by the Abergele district of Sunday Schools to Thomas Gee, 1873 and 1891; circulars relating to the Liberation Society, 1883-1887; circulars and papers relating to the Welsh National Testimonial to Thomas Gee, 1896-1897; notes of an address by Thomas Gee on the Sunday School; a fragment of an autobiography containing an account of an apparition, 1757; lists of persons who were present at the funeral of Thomas Gee; reminiscences of Thomas Gee; press cuttings; and fragments of correspondence.