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Barddoniaeth John Jones, Ceunant,

  • NLW MS 16829A.
  • file
  • [1875x1925].

Cyfrol yn cynnwys barddoniaeth gan John Jones, Ceunant ac eraill, ynghyd â ryseitiau meddyginiaethol a rhai ar gyfer y gegin a'r tŷ, yr oll mewn [?o leiaf dwy] law anhysbys = A volume of poetry by John Jones, Ceunant and others, together with culinary, domestic and medical recipes, all written in [?at least two] hands.
Nodir mai gan 'Gwilym Llugwy' (William Owen, Betws y Coed) mae un o'r englynion (f. 7). Ceir ôl adolygu a chywiro ar beth o'r cerddi, sy'n awgrymu efallai mai gwaith un o'r sgrifenwyr ydyw'r rhai neillduol hynny = One of the englynion is noted as being by 'Gwilym Llugwy' (William Owen, Betws y Coed) (f. 7). There are marks of editing and correction on some of the poems, which suggests that these particular ones may be in the autograph of one of the scribes.

Book of recipes,

  • NLW MS 16721B.
  • File
  • [1850x1870] /

A volume containing culinary and medicinal recipes collected by Mrs John Llewellin, [1850x1870], in which sources are named, dates sometimes given, and comments included on the quality of the resulting fare or remedy.

Llewellin, John, Mrs

Domestic management papers

The group consists of domestic management papers, comprising domestic accounts, 1744-1885, papers concerning management of household, servants and garden, 1781-1838, and recipes for household, human and veterinary use, 1725-1810.

Letters (other families)

The group comprises mainly letters written to members of the families related by marriage to Griffith of Garn, such as Hughes of Gwydir, Llwyn Gronw, Cae'r berllan and Weeg, 1713-1823, Roberts of Bryn y neuadd, 1705-1757, and Wynne of Garthmeilio and Plasnewydd, 1793-1831, together with miscellaneous recipients, 1680-1882, mainly on Caernarfonshire and Denbighshire parliamentary elections, church matters, inheritance, debt and domestic affairs.

Personal papers

The group comprises personal papers, being letters written by and received by the Griffith family, 1724-1943, letters of families such as Hughes of Gwydir, Weeg, Llwyn Gronw and Cae'rberllan, Roberts of Bryn y neuadd, Wynne of Garthmeilio and Plasnewydd, and others, 1680-1882, small diaries, pocket notebooks and almanacks containing memoranda and personal notes, 1701-1853, a few photographs, postcards and other memorabilia, 1901-[c. 1940], school papers, certificates and appointments, 1746-1920. The family members who are most frequently represented here are Jane Griffith (nee Hughes), John Wynne Griffith, Jane Griffith (nee Wynne), George Griffith, Edward Humphrey Griffith, William Henry Griffith and William Douglas Wynne Griffith. The letters, notebooks and diaries are illustrative of late eighteenth and nineteenth century life, particularly with regard to the family and household, social engagements, sporting activities, travel, elections, contemporary local and national events, domestic organisation and estate management.

Griffith, Jane, 1737-1811