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Papurau O. Llew Owain
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A volume containing transcripts, [c. 1931], by Owain Llewelyn Owain of poems by Siôn Prisiart (Siôn o'r Garth), Gwerful Mechain, Huw Morys and others, including carols and occasional verse copied from manuscripts in the possession of the transcriber's father, Hugh Owen, Tal-y-sarn, and englynion copied from gravestones at Llanfachreth churchyard, Merionethshire.

Owain Llewelyn Owain.

Hanes y ddrama yng Nghymru 1850-1943,

Manuscript draft of Owain Llewelyn Owain, Hanes y ddrama yng Nghymru 1850-1943 (Lerpwl, 1948), being an edited version of the author's prizewinning essay at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Bangor, 1943.

Owain Llewelyn Owain.

Llythyrau a cherddi,

Fifty-six letters, 1927-1935, to Owain Llewelyn Owain from Griffith William Francis, Nantlle, Caernarvonshire, author of Telyn Eryri (Wrecsam, 1932); together with manuscript poems, 1905-1935, mostly submitted for publication in Y Genedl Gymreig, and cuttings of printed poems. Included are poems collected for a projected second volume of the poetry of G. W. Francis, entitled '''Bwrdd Gwledd y Bardd Gwlad" neu "Rhwng yr Ordd a'r Eingion'''.

G. W. Francis.

Capel Treflys, Dyffryn Ogwen,

A notebook containing minutes, 1864-1866, of a committee, appointed by Bethesda Congregational church, Bethesda, Caernarvonshire, under the leadership of Rowland Williams (Hwfa Môn), for the establishment of a chapel at Treflys, Dyffryn Ogwen, Caernarvonshire; together with minutes, 1886, of a meeting of the deacons of the neighbouring Salem Congregational chapel.

Temlwyr Da Arfon,

Minute-book, 1890-1900, of the Arfon District Lodge of the Independent Order of Good Templars ('Urdd Annibynol y Temlwyr Da').

Temlwyr Da Arfon,

Attendance register, 1900-1907, for branch meetings of the Arfon District Lodge of the Independent Order of Good Templars ('Urdd Annibynol y Temlwyr Da').

'Bugeilgerdd Gwallter',

Manuscript of an apparently unpublished pastoral poem by Richard Jones (Gwynfryn), London, entitled 'Bugeilgerdd Gwallter, Bugail Hafod y Cwm', the winning entry at Eisteddfod Tal-y-sarn, Caernarvonshire, 21 May 1903.

Richard Jones (Gwynfryn).


A volume containing articles, eisteddfod adjudications, and other material, [c. 1912]-1931, in the hand of Thomas Gwynn Jones, mostly for publication in Y Genedl Gymreig and including a memorial tribute to Daniel Rees.

Jones, T. Gwynn (Thomas Gwynn), 1871-1949

Caernarfon riots,

Letters, 1807, from Edward Griffith, Caernarfon and Ymwlch, Justice of the Peace, to Messrs Wood & Innes, printers, London, containing material used in the preparation of the third edition of Correspondence relative to the stationing of a troop of the Fourth Regiment of Dragoons in the County of Carnarvon (London, 1807), which relates to the Caernarfon riots of November 1800.

Griffith, Edward, d. 1820

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