- 1885-1901. (Creation)
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Letters mainly addressed to E. W. Evans, largely in connection with contributions to Y Goleuad and other publications.
The correspondents include G. Osborne Morgan, Wrexham, etc., 1887-1895 and [n.d.] (opposition to the erection of a chapel, Local Government Bill, etc.); John Morgan, Cardiff, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); W. Prichard-Morgan, [M.P. for Merthyr Tydfil], 1892 (interference in an appointment outside the writer’s constituency); John Morley, viscount Morley of Blackburn, 1887 (declining to write a letter); T. E. Morris, Porthmadog, 1900 (the writer’s biography, in connection with the Merioneth parliamentary election); P. D. Morse, Wolf’s Castle, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); Max Nettlau, Bloomsbury, 1888 (the writer’s study of Welsh dialects); Thomas George Baring, 1st earl of Northbrook, 1887 (Disestablishment); David Owen, solicitor, Bangor, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); J. Owen, The Deanery, St. Asaph, 1889 (declining an invitation to write to Y Goleuad); L. Owen, Llanfihangel [Glyn Myfyr], Corwen  (the case of W. O. Jones); Owen J. Owen, Rockferry, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones, the proposed Liverpool edition of Y Goleuad), with a copy reply; John Parry, Llanarmon, Mold, 1888 (a contribution to Cymru Fydd); Love Jones Parry [Madryn], 1885; Robert Parry (Robyn Ddu Eryri), Ludlow (contributions to Y Goleuad, etc.); D. Phillips, Swansea, 1890 (a publication for the writer); D. Phillips, Glogue, Llanfyrnach, 1901 (contribution to Y Goleuad, a mis-quotation by Y Tyst from Y Goleuad); Thomas Powel, University College, Cardiff, 1889 (a contribution to Y Goleuad on book-reading); Pryce Pryce-Jones, Newtown, [n.d.] (the purchase of the first number of Merionethshire News); Owen Prys, Trevecca College, etc., 1895 and [n.d.] (condolence, the function of Bala and Trevecca Colleges); Hugh Pugh [of Mostyn], [n.d.] (Mary Jones and the British and Foreign Bible Society); and H. J. Ellis Nanney, Criccieth, 1888 and [n.d.] (the writer’s treatment of the recipient’s uncle).
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The description is also available in Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Part XIX, 257-8.
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Previously Frondirion 40.
Preferred citation: NLW MS 10853B.
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- Church in Wales -- Establishment and disestablishment. (Subject)
- Bala Theological College. (Subject)
- Evans, E. W. (Evan William), 1860-1925 -- Correspondence. (Subject)
- Jones, W. O. (William Owen), 1861-1937. (Subject)
- Evans, E. W. (Evan William), 1860-1925 -- Family. (Subject)
- Morgan, George Osborne, Sir, 1826-1897. (Subject)
- Jones-Parry, Thomas Love Duncombe, Sir, 1832-1891. (Subject)
- Robyn Ddu Eryri, 1804-1892. (Subject)
- Powel, Thomas, 1845-1922. (Subject)
- Prys, Owen, 1857-1934. (Subject)
- Ellis-Nanney, Hugh John, 1845-1920. (Subject)
- Trevecca College (Subject)