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A commonplace book,

Copies of Welsh and English poetry and miscellaneous extracts, including poems by William Philip, Robert Hughes, Goronwy Owen, 1741, Rice Jones, Evan Evans ('Ieuan Brydydd Hir'), Thomas Jones, and anonymous poems ('Pan oedd Bess yn teyrnasu' and 'Cerdd Bett o Lansanffraid'); English poems- 'Arise and see the Building', 'Guardian Angels', and 'The Young Man's Wish'; a copy of a letter from Snoden Hill to Lord Penn, and forms of letters on various occasions; 'Select sentences, collected at diffrent times by I.E.'; triads; and 'Cyfarwyddyd i wneuthur Methodist'.

A history of Abergele,

An essay on the history of Abergele written by 'Mihangel Glan Gele' for competition at an eisteddfod held at Abergele on Good Friday, 1866.

'Mihangel Glan Gele'.

A skinner's account book,

An account book of John Jones, skinner, Llanuwchllyn, 1813-1819, with 'A survey of the Great Truths taught in the Scriptures', a few diary entries, and notes of books read and lent, and miscellaneous memoranda.

John Jones.

Adfeilion Llanuwchllyn,

A list, compiled by [Sir] Ifan ab Owen Edwards, of ruined cottages in the parish of Llanuwchllyn.

Syr Ifan ab Owen Edwards.

Amryw gerddi,

A miscellaneous collection of poetry including an incomplete 'pryddest' on the story of Kulhwch and Olwen written on the backs of sheets of a Birkenhead list of voters, 1876; a carol by D[avid] Lewis ('Ap Ceredigion'); a poem entitled 'Sion fy Nhaid' and a hymn by Henry Rowlands ('Henri Myllin'); a poem entitled 'Trefaldwyn' by J. R. Williams ('Tryfanwy'); poems entitled 'Gwlaw Sdiniog' and 'Cyfrinach y Tannau' by Robert Roberts ('Isallt'); an elegy on the death of Evan E. Owen, Assheton House, Ebenezer, 1883; a fragment of a song entitled 'Priodas yr Oen'; 'englynion' on Pont y Benglog taken from Tywysog Cymru, 15 Tach. 1832; English poems entitled 'The Burial of Abel', 'America', and 'Go Forward'; and selections from the writings of Rhys J. Huws written on the back of circulars relating to his Testimonial Fund, 1917.


Sermon notes by Robert Jones, Rhoslan; notes on the history of the Sunday School movement; press cuttings of a romance based on the life of 'Huw Llwyd o Cynfal'; a pamphlet entitled 'Ffeiriau Pen Tymhor Cymru'; and miscellaneous notes and fragments.

Robert Jones, Rhoslan and others.


Letters from D. V. Thomas, 1915-1916, to Sir Owen M. Edwards with the following enclosures:- a letter from J. Prydderch Williams ('Rhydderch o Fôn') to Robert Thomas ('Ap Vychan'), 1866; a letter by Ellis Roberts ('Elis Wyn o Wyrfai'); and sermon and lecture notes by Robert Thomas ('Ap Vychan').

David Vaughan Thomas and others.


Miscellaneous prose and verse including holograph poems on 'Dirwest' and 'Rhyddid' by Robert Parry ('Robyn Ddu Eryri'); a copy of an elegy on the death of Watkin Wynne of Voelas, 1774, by John Thomas, Pentrefoelas; 'pryddest: Paul yn Areopagus' submitted by 'Z.Y.Z.' for competition at the Tabernacle Eisteddfod, Pontypridd, 1862; 'Molawd i'r Iaith Gymraeg' (beginning 'Chwi hoff frodorion Cymru dirion'); a note by Owen M. Edwards on Gwen Jones, Panty March, Llangower, 1879; jottings by Owen M. Edwards of discussions at Lincoln College, Oxford, 1905-1906; a typescript copy of a letter by Owen M. Edwards from Geneva, printed in Y Goleuad, 31 Rhagfyr 1887; a note by Charles Ashton on a seventeenth century Welsh manuscript in his possession, 1891; a fragment entitled 'Gweledigaeth y Babell Wag'; 'Lloffion Llenyddol Mawddwy'; the first sheet of a letter on education in Anglesey, with a carol beginning 'Sain Hosanna Haleliwia'; and a sheet of sermon notes.

O. M. Edwards and others.


Miscellaneous poetry- 'Hiraeth am fy hen Wlad'; 'Cywydd i'w Fawrhydi Sior IV ar ei daith i ymweled a Chymru . . . 1821', by David Owen ('Dewi Wyn o Eifion'); 'Carol Nadolig' by W. Parry, Panthwfa; and two sheets (pp. 57-60) from an eighteenth century manuscript containing 'cywyddau' by Wiliam Llŷn.

Wyn, Dewi, 1784-1841


Two notebooks containing a description by 'Watkin ap Mair Gwilym' of a system of arithmetic based on the dozen with a new terminology in Welsh, and exercises in arithmetic.

Barddoniaeth Owen M. Edwards,

An exercise book containing poems in the autograph of [Sir] Owen M. Edwards - 'Meinwen Manon'; 'Telyneg'; 'Fy Mun'; 'Orfhws'; 'Dol y Dolefain'; 'Y Nos'; 'Saith Oes Dyn (Cyf. o Shakespeare)'; a metrical sketch entitled 'Maes Garmon'; and 'In quest of Peace'.

O. M. Edwards.


Unsigned Welsh poetry consisting of a 'Cywydd Coffadwriaeth am Robert Evan o'r Cornele, a gladdwyd Awst 24 yn y ddeigenfed flwyddyn a phump oedran; Bl. Arg. 1799', 'Myfyrdod ar Salm 90, 5', and 'Ystyriaeth ar Hos. 13, 14'.


Transcripts by Owen M. Edwards and another of 'cywyddau' by John Cent, John Vaughan o Gairgai, William Phylip, William Wynn, Rowland Hugh, Thomas Prys, and Dafydd Llwyd ap Llywelyn ap Gruffudd (Dafydd Llwyd, Mathafarn); and 'englynion' and an elegy by Thomas Edwards ('Dochan Fardd').

O. M. Edwards and others.


A bundle of notebooks containing poetry mainly by Owen Lloyd which Sir Owen M. Edwards received from T. C. Jones ('Alonydd'), Liverpool. They contain miscellaneous 'englynion'; 'Rhiangerdd' composed for the Cemaes, Anglesey, Eisteddfod, 1870; 'pryddest: Crefydd, sef testyn cadair Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Eryri, 1879'; an elegy upon the death of Thomas Aubrey by Owen Lloyd; 'Pryddest: Marwolaeth Samson', 1872 'Pryddest: Rhyfeloedd y Groes'; verses: 'Melys yw hun y gweithiwr', 1872; 'Pryddest: Y Beibl'; 'awdl: Ffrwyth myfyrdod ar wlad Canan'; and a fragment of a poem entitled 'Elias ar ben Carmel'.

Owen Lloyd.


'Arwrgerdd Owen Glyndwr', by D. Lewis ('Ap Ceredigion'); 'Pryddest: Esgyniad y Cymro', by Humphrey Jones ('Bryfdir'), 1896; 'Nos Galangauaf' - a translation from Burns - by Henry Rowlands ('Henri Myllin'); and a translation, 1897, by W. J. Gruffydd of part of 'Myfanwy Fychan' by John Ceiriog Hughes ('Ceiriog').

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