File NLW MS 8838E - Correspondence

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NLW MS 8838E




  • [1858x1922] (Creation)

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One of four volumes containing letters, postcards and telegrams addressed to W. J. Parry and others. Some of the earlier letters were written to Edward Stephen ('Tanymarian'). The majority of the letters relate to the public activities of W. J. Parry. The correspondents include D. Rees, Bodorgan, 1915; G. Caradoc Rees, Liverpool and Bangor, 1915; J. M. Rees, Penygroes, 1892; J. Rhydderch, Pwllheli, 1915; Timothy Richards, Lampeter, 1915; J[ohn] Herbert Roberts, Kensington, 1902; D. Roberts, Tai duon, 1858; G. Roberts, Bethesda, 1892; O[wen] L[ewis] Roberts, Liverpool, 1915; L[ewis] J[ones] Roberts, Llandudno, 1914-1915; R. T. Roberts, San Francisco, 1879; Richard Roberts, Caernarvon, 1921-1922; Roberts, Barber & Hughes, Bangor, 1864; R. Williams, Bethesda, 1865; Robert Thomas ('Ap Vychan'), 1867; Sir Alfred Thomas, Baron Pontypridd, 1915; D[ewi] Rowlands, Brecon ['Dewi Môn'], 1906; A[rthur] A[shley] Ruck, Caernarvon, 1902; John Thomas ('Eifionydd'), 1907; John Smith, North Williamstown, 1915; R. Thomas, Menai Bridge, 1915; W[alter] W[arwick] Vivian, Port Dinorwic, 1892; Henry [Harvey] Vivian, London, 1906; William E[dward] Sackville West, 1879-1884; John Williams, Pontypridd, 1879; [Sir] G[eoffrey] Whiskard, London, 1920; Tom Watkins; David Williams, Cwmbowydd, 1869; E. H. Williams, Llanrug, 1893; Evan Williams, Caernarfon, 1912-1915; J[ohn] Pentir Williams, Bangor, 1915; John Williams, Bethesda, 1892; Richard Williams, [Bangor, Pennsylvania], 1879; Robert Williams, London, 1902; Thomas Closs Williams, Dinorwic, 1887; William Elias Williams, Caernarvon, 1887; W[illiam] Cynwyd Williams, Llanrwst, 1914; R. H. Williams, Bala, 1915; W[illiam] J[ohn] Williams, Caernarvon, 1885-1888; John Prydderch Williams ('Rhydderch o Fôn'), 1867; Rowland Williams ('Hwfa Môn'), 1867-1889; E[milius] A[lexander] Young, Bangor, 1887; Arthur Wyatt, Bangor, 1885; and the General Post Office, 1869-1893.

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Formerly known as W. J. Parry 121.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 8838E

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  • Text: NLW MS 8838E.