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Barddoniaeth 'Dafydd Ddu Eryri', etc.

An early nineteenth century manuscript in the hand of, and consisting largely of poetry by, David Thomas ('Dafydd Ddu Eryri'). Most of the poems have been published in Corph y Gaingc (Dolgellau, 1810). The volume also contains extracts from printed works; 'Yr Angel gwarchweidwol. Cân newydd Gorph. 27 1802'; a poem entitled 'My Mother. Written in America and published in the Chester Chronicle June 14 1805'; 'Catechism Byr'; memoranda and extracts dealing with the history of Protestantism (e.g. 'Erthyglau Lambeth', 'Erthyglau Cymmanfa Dort ... 1618', 'Calvin', 'Bacsteriaeth', 'Arminiaeth', etc.); poetry by Gruffudd Wiliam ('Gutyn Peris'), 1807; 'Gweddillion Englynion yr Eos, a luniwyd yn yr Eisteddfod Ynghaerwys 1567 a gopiwyd allan o lyfr y Bardd Côch o Fon Mai 1807'; fragmentary notes and extracts (e.g. 'Y Saith Gelfyddyd (7 Rural Arts)', 'Y Saith Gysgadur', 'Enwau y Gwyr a gyfansoddasant y llyfr a elwir Gweddi Gyffredin Mai B.A. 1549', 'A Critique on the third Book of Paradise Lost', etc.); 'Emyn, allan o'r Saesoneg'; etc. Appended to one of the poems, 'Cwyn yr Henwr methiant', is the following note; 'Sepr. 7th 1805. Sent copies of the above to Rev. Mr. Williams Treffos, Morys Williams Plas Goronwy near Red Wharf and Thomas Jones King's head, Amlwch. Also to Gutyn Peris & Wm Jones Pentir & Dafydd Owen of Gaerwen, Llanystumdwy ... Sent copies of Fy Anwyl Fam, to the said persons'.

David Saunders

Two volumes of sermons, hymns, poems, and memoranda, written in 1827-1828 and 1835-1836 by David Saunders, Baptist minister, poet, and hymn-writer, with transcripts by him of a few poems by other writers.

Saunders, David, 1769-1840

Hymns and hymn-tunes,

Notebook containing arithmetical problems (ff. 1-35), sketches of local views (ff. 71v, 74v, 75v, 104v), hymns in English and Welsh (ff. 112v-24, inverted text) and hymn-tunes (ff. 125v-50v, inverted text), together with an index to the tunes (ff. 151-62v, inverted text).

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8168A
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  • [c. 1824]

A hymn-tune book, containing tunes by English composers, which was the property of Isaac Price, Builth, 1824.

Price, Isaac, Builth

Tune book,

Tune book, compiled during the first half of the eighteenth century, containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes and anthems, with some accompanying words in English and Welsh. The psalm-tunes are 'White Church' (f. 3 verso), St Luke (f. 6), St Peter (7), St Michael (f. 8), St Phillip (f. 9), New Radnor (f. 10), Old Radnor (f. 11), Weobley (f. 12), All Saints (f. 19), Bath (f. 19 verso), Norwich (f. 20 recto-verso), Ewell (f. 21), St Albans (f. 22), Monmouth (f. 22 verso), Oxford (f. 23), Northampton (f. 23 verso), Southampton (f. 24), Bangor (f. 27 verso), Whitchurch (f. 30), and Ludlow (f. 33 verso). A Welsh hymn is written on a manuscript leaf pasted inside the back cover.