File NLW MS 8722D - Correspondence

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NLW MS 8722D




  • [1880] x [1939] (Creation)

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Letters addressed mainly to John Davies. The correspondents include Joseph K. Aston, Bounty Office, 1897; T[homas] W[illiam] Barker, Carmarthen, 1911; David D[aniel] Evans, Llandysul, 1911; T[homas] A[llen] Glenn, Prestatyn; Annie James, Rhiwgoy, near Rhoshill (concerning William Mathias, with two of his ballads entitled Can Newydd yn gosod allan Dwyll, Hoceth, ac Annghariad and Profiad Ffarmwr ar ol Gadael Ffarmwriaeth); G. Griffiths, Chepstow; A. G. C. Rice, Swansea, 1926; Mrs J. Morris, Aberystwyth, 1915; Lucy E[llen] Lloyd Theakston, Llanrhôs, 1918; Herbert M[illingchamp] Vaughan [1920]; Richard Williams, Newtown, 1898; and G[eorge] E[dgar] P[ropert] Williams, Haverfordwest, 1923.

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Formerly known as John Davies 30.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 8722D

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