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Alfred T. Davies Papers,

  • GB 0210 ALFTDAVIES
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1965 /

Papers of Alfred T. Davies, 1875-1965, including family and personal correspondence, 1887-1949; papers relating to the British Prisoners of War Book Scheme, 1914-1918; and papers relating to his works, including Student captives, I (1917), Student captives, II, Robert Owen... a memoir (1948), The Lloyd George I knew (1948), and intended books Light through prison bars and Owned of God: or Moody and Sankey, 1875 and 1883: some memoirs and a tribute, with a Welsh translation by Rev. E. K. Jones, 1945. Also three bound volumes of the printed magazine produced by civilian prisoners at Ruhleben Camp near Berlin.

Davies, Alfred T.

Durrant's Press Cuttings,

  • GB 0210 DURRANTS
  • Fonds
  • [1895]-[1939] /

Press cuttings relating to Wales and Welsh culture, such as religion, politics, literature, music, education, St. David's Day celebrations and the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol, individuals, and the National Library of Wales [1895]-[1939].

Durrant's Press Cutting Agency.

John Betjeman letters to J. D. K. Lloyd

  • NLW MS 24177E.
  • File
  • 1947-1982 (mainly 1970-1978)

Correspondence and other papers, 1947-1982, of the antiquarian J. D. K. Lloyd, Garthmyl, relating to his friend the poet Sir John Betjeman, including four letters, seven postcards and a compliments slip, some typed, 1970-1978 and undated, from Betjeman to Lloyd (ff. 1-4, 7-14). The letters are mostly personal, routine or frivolous; there are references to a print interview conducted by Wilfred De'Ath (f. 7) and to architectural conservation, with several mentions of Lloyd's brother, Wyndham E. B. Lloyd.
Also included are a postcard, 23 March 1970, from A. L. Rowse, Oxford, to Betjeman, later forwarded by him to Lloyd (f. 5), a postcard, 1 June 1973, from an unknown sender, enclosing a pasted-on press cutting of part of Betjeman's 'Lenten Thoughts…' (f. 6) and a carbon copy typescript letter, 23 July 1975, to Peter Topley, likely from Betjeman (f. 15); Betjeman's notes for a talk on poetry at Newtown High School, [18 December 1963] (f. 16); transcripts by Lloyd of '"9 AM" Unpublished poem by John Betjeman; of which Wyndham has his MS copy' (f. 17) and of the [12] March 1974 letter (f. 18; see f. 7); a list by Lloyd of poems omitted from [an unspecified edition of Betjeman's Collected Poems] (ff. 19-20); printed ephemera and invitations for Betjeman's Honorary Degree ceremony at Trinity College Dublin on 10 July 1975, attended by Lloyd (ff. 22-32); and press cuttings relating to Betjeman, 1947-1982 (ff. 33-40), including the 1974 Wilfred De'Ath interview 'The lonely Laureate' (f. 38; see ff. 7, 18). Betjeman signs several letters 'Evan ap etje' (ff. 3-4, 8-9, 10, 14) and addresses Lloyd as 'Widow' or 'Gwyddo' [i.e. 'Gweddw'?].

Betjeman, John, 1906-1984

Miscellanea of Thomas Darlington

  • NLW MS 1058C
  • File
  • [19 cent.]

Miscellaneous papers of Thomas Darlington, one of his Majesty's Inspectors of Schools in Wales, including essays and articles, drafts of speeches and addresses, letters from Ellis Edwards, Tom Ellis, Beriah Gwynfe Evans, D. Silvan Evans, David Howell (Llawdden), J. Puleston Jones, Sir John Rhys, A. Neobard Palmer, and Hugh Williams, and press cuttings.

Darlington, Thomas, 1864-1908

Newspaper cuttings

A large number of press cuttings, 1870-1930 (mainly 1890s), mostly relating to the career of T. E. Ellis, his wedding to Annie J. Davies and his death and its aftermath. Many of the cuttings appear to have been collected by Ellis himself, some of these being supplied by the Romeike & Curtice press cutting agency.

Newspapers

Copies of some twenty-six newspapers, periodicals and other publications, 1887-1899, the majority of which concern the death and funeral of T. E. Ellis in 1899. The publications include Punch, Y Seren, Celt Llundain, The Westminster Gazette and South Wales Daily News.

Press cuttings

The second of two volumes (see also NLW MS 4552D) containing press cuttings, 1827, [1850]-1871 and undated, collected by John Ceiriog Hughes (Ceiriog) which were previously pasted into the volume now NLW MS 4551E.
This volume contains cuttings of poetry, book reviews, eisteddfod programmes, posters, reports of meetings in the Manchester district and in Wales, etc., mainly in Welsh.

Press cuttings

The first of two volumes (see also NLW MS 4553D) containing press cuttings collected by John Ceiriog Hughes (Ceiriog) which were previously pasted into the volume now NLW MS 4551E.
This volume contains cuttings of contemporary English poetry by various poets, 1846-1853 and undated (ff. 1-67, 70-71), and English articles, book reviews and reports on a variety of subjects, [1850]-1864 and undated (ff. 68-70, 71-92, 94-107). Two cuttings relating to the 1861 census are in Welsh (f. 93).

Scrap book

A volume containing press-cuttings, consisting of adjudications, notes on old Welsh melodies, poems, etc., by Ceiriog; notes relating to Brinley Richards; accounts of various eisteddfodau, etc. There is one autograph poem entitled 'The train'. There are a few other papers including a telegram, 17 December 1855, asking Ceiriog to compose four lines for a memorial card from [?Roger] Edwards, Mold, a portion of a letter from Ceiriog to 'Alaw' and three autograph verses, [1860x1879].

Thomas Charles Edwards Papers,

  • GB 0210 THORDS
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1600]-1922

Manuscripts and papers of the families of Charles and Edwards, dated between [c. 1600] and 1922; they include letters from Thomas Charles Edwards to his wife, and their son Lewis Charles, 1876-1896; letters to Thomas Charles Edwards, 1885-1899; copies of letters, 1859-1898, including correspondence relating to University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; letters to and from Mary Roberts, 1867-[1893]; letters to their daughter, Elizabeth Alicia Edwards, 1887-1900; Edwards family letters, 1895-1900; and newspapers and press cuttings, [c. 1820]-1922.

Edwards, Thomas Charles, 1837-1900.