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' Y Gell Gymysg',

A miscellany of prose and verse lettered 'Pigion' but known as 'Y Gell Gymysg', most of it in the hand of Thomas Evans ('Tomos Glyn Cothi'), minister, poet and author, but with 'Trioedd yr Offeiriad', on pp. 209-14, by and in the autograph of Edward Williams ('Iolo Morganwg'). Also included are poems by Edward Richard, Ystrad Meurig, William Moses ('neu Gwilim Tew, o Glyn Tâf'), Howel Prichard, Edward Evans, Ton Coch, Lewis Hopkin, William Harr[i], Llwyn-onn, William Davies (alias 'Wm. Dafydd Abercwmyfuwch, Gerllaw Pen y bont ar ogwr'), David Davis, Castell Hywel, Lewis Williams ('y Bardd Bach'), Jonathan Hughes, Huw Mor[y]s, Huw Gruffydd ('Gynt o Lwyn y brain Meirionydd'), John Jenkins ('Sion y Bardd bach Aberteifi'), Rees John, 'Weaver', John Howels, J. Morgans, James Davies ('Iago ap Dewi'), F[fowc] Prys, etc. Daniel Lleufer Thomas has inserted a comprehensive note relating to 'Tomos Glyn Cothi' and to the contents at the beginning of the volume. 'Tomos Glyn Cothi' has included in the volume several transcripts from contemporary journals.

Tomos Glyn Cothi, Iolo Morganwg and Daniel Lleufer Thomas.

A Welsh emigrant in Australia,

An autograph letter dated 12 April 1859 from John Thomas [?West], late of Aberdâr, now of Daisy Hill, Melbourne, Australia, to his mother in Wales.

John Thomas [?West].

An account book,

An account book containing a tradesman's accounts, 1787-1789, an account of rents paid, 1803-1832, to John Hopkins, maltster, Llantrisant, Glamorgan, etc.

An account book,

An account book kept by a Carmarthenshire attorney [?David Williams, Carmarthen] containing particulars of work done and fees charged.

Williams, David, attorney

An account book,

An account book used at various times between 1747 and 1906. It contains receipts signed, 1747-1757, by Martha Williams (née Mansel, and afterwards the wife of Alexander Scurlock) for sums of money due to her from Thomas Eynon, clerk, and Anne, the wife of Rawleigh Mansel, trustees of the property of her late husband, John Williams; receipts signed by her daughter, Anne Mansel, 1748; a rent roll of an estate in the parishes of Mydrim, Llanwinio and Llanboidy, and the county borough of Carmarthen, 1745; miscellaneous accounts, 1904-1906.

Autograph letters,

Autograph letters, 1896-1910, to Daniel Lleufer Thomas from R. Morgans, St Clears, and Richard Williams, Celynog, Newtown, concerning Hugh Williams, Machynlleth and the Rebecca Riots, and from T. G. Crippen, London, concerning Marmaduke Matthews, Swansea.

Autograph letters,

Letters, 1880-1916, to Daniel Lleufer Thomas from Sir Edward Anwyl, Alcwyn C[aryni] Evans, D. Griffiths, The Vicarage, Llanarthney, D. Caeronwy Harris ('Caeronwy'), E[van] Penllyn Jones, Aberystwyth, Gwenllian E[lizabeth] F[anny] Morgan, Sir Lewis Morris, Henry Oliver, Bristol, Sir John Rhys, Alan Stepney-Gulston, Sir John Williams, Bart. and Sir Thomas Marchant Williams.

Autograph letters,

Autograph letters, 1901, to Daniel Lleufer Thomas from Sir Lewis Morris and J[ohn] H[umphreys] Davies, editor of The Letters of Lewis, Richard, William and John Morris of Anglesey ... (Aberystwyth, 1907-9), relating to the Morris brothers.

Morris, Lewis, 1833-1907

Awdl gan 'Ieuan Brechfa',

An 'awdl' entitled 'Cariad at ein Gwlad, ei Sefydliadau a'i Llenyddiaeth' by 'Ieuan Brechfa' (?James Jones).

'Ieuan Brechfa' [?James Jones].


'Can ar Hawddfyd - testyn yn Eisteddfod y Maen chwyf [Pontypridd] yn y fl. 1827 ...' by Thomas Williams ('Gwilym Morganwg') and 'Awdl Er cofadwriaeth am y teilwng Fardd Gwilym Morganwg' [? by William Jones ('Gwilym ab Ioan')].

Thomas Williams and [?William Jones].

Carmarthenshire parliamentary elections, &c.

An account compiled in 1888 by Alcwyn C[aryni] Evans, Carmarthen of Carmarthenshire parliamentary elections and candidates, 1831-1837; an abstract of letters of exemplification, dated 1726/7, relating to the family of Gwynne of Taliaris, Carmarthenshire; a copy of a letter dated 30 September 1834, from W. Gwynne Hughes, Tregib, Llandilo; etc.

Evans, Alcwyn C. (Alcwyn Caryni), 1828-1902

'Dewi Haran',

A copy of Telyn Haran. Sef, Detholiad o Weithiau Barddonol Dewi Haran ... (Pontypridd, 1878) and letters, 1876-1884, to David Evans ('Dewi Haran'), Pontypridd.


'Englynion' by 'Ogwenydd' [? John R. Jones, otherwise John A. Jones ('Athan Fardd')].

Jones, John Athanasius, 1840-1892

Ernest Renan and the Cambrian Archaeological Association,

A translation of a reply made by Ernest Renan to an address given by Sir John Rhys on behalf of members of the Cambrian Archaeological Association when they visited Renan at his residence, Rosmapamon, near Treguier, Brittany on 22 August 1889, during the Association's forty-fourth annual meeting, which was held in Brittany.

Gwaith 'Athan Fardd',

  • NLW MSS 3623C, 3624B, 3625-3626C, 3627E, 3628B.
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  • Part of Lleufer Thomas MSS,

Original poetry, essays, etc. by John A[thanasius] Jones ('Athan Fardd'), many of them written for 'eisteddfodau' in Wales and America, together with a biographical and bibliographical note on the author by Daniel Lleufer Thomas.

John Athanasius Jones and Daniel Lleufer Thomas.

Land enclosures in Wales,

Lists of land enclosure awards in various Welsh counties with reference to the Acts of Parliament authorising them, supplied to Daniel Lleufer Thomas as secretary of the Welsh Land Commission.


Letters, 1884-1911, to Daniel Lleufer Thomas, mainly containing replies to queries sent by him when preparing biographies of Welshmen for the Dictionary of National Biography. The correspondents include W[illiam] Bright, Oxford, Ellen S. Bury, Ellesmere, John Williams Cunliffe, Thomas Darlington, Griffith Evans, Brynkynallt, A. F. L. Ferry, Alex[ander] James Fenton, R. Foulkes Griffith, David Howell ('Llawdden'), C. C. James, Dept of Agriculture, Ontario, H. K. Vaughan Johnson, Gwenllian E[lizabeth] F[anny] Morgan, Brecon, C[harles] E[dward] Morris, Carmarthen, Llywarch Reynolds, J[ohn] Bryn Roberts, I[saac] Gregory Smith, Philip H[enry] Wicksteed and Eleanor M. Williams, Great Malvern.


Letters, 1896-1902, to Daniel Lleufer Thomas from Sir Owen M[organ] Edwards, Thomas Edward Ellis, W[illiam] E[wart] Gladstone, W. Thomas, Mining Offices, Bryn-Awel, Aberdare, and W[illiam] Llewelyn Williams.


Letters, 1875-1892, to John A[thanasius] Jones ('Athan Fardd') from many correspondents, including Cosslett Cosslett ('Carnelian'), Thomas Essile Davies ('Dewi Wyn o Essyllt'), Sir Owen M. Edwards, T. C. Edwards ('Cynonfardd'), D. Emlyn Evans, Sir E. Vincent Evans, Charles Henry Glascodine, Griffith Penar Griffiths ('Penar'), John Griffiths, Neath, Jenkin Howell, Aberdare, L. W. Johns, Sparta, Wisconsin, U.S.A., D. W. Jones ('Dafydd Morganwg'), E. Gurnos Jones, J. R. Kilsby-Jones, H. Elvet Lewis ('Elfed'), Lewis William Lewis ('Llew Llwyfo'), John Rhys Morgan ('Lleurwg'), Robert Parry ('Robin Ddu Eryri'), Evan Rees ('Dyfed'), Jonathan Rees ('Nathan Wyn'), Jonathan Reynolds ('Nathan Dyfed'), Daniel Thomas ('Pabellwyson'), John Thomas ('Eifionydd'), Lizzie Glanffrwd Thomas ('Llinos y De'), W. Glanffrwd Thomas ('Glanffrwd'), Gwilym Williams, Miskin Manor, H. Cernyw Williams ('Cernyw'), Rowland Williams ('Hwfa Môn'), Thomas Williams ('Brynfab') and Watkin H. Williams ('Watcyn Wyn').

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