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J. T. Jones Manuscripts
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Account book

Two account books kept by J. T. Jones in connection with his publishing business, including a register of advertisements inserted in his newspapers and lists of distributors and particulars of sales of Y Gwron Cymreig in South Wales.

Account books

Account books containing lists of purchasers of publications, lists of subscribers to, and distributors of, periodicals, etc.

Account books

Miscellaneous account books mainly dealing with Y Gwron Cymreig and other works printed by J. T. Jones.

Account books,

Printing and publishing account books kept by J. T. Jones, including cash books, lists of subscribers to various publications, lists of advertisements, etc.


Miscellaneous accounts, lists of purchasers and distributors of books, details of work done by printers, etc.

Election address

A report of a parliamentary election address given, [?1866], at Brecon by Thomas Price, Baptist minister, Aberdare, a prospective candidate for the borough of Brecknock.

'Hanes y Cyhoeddiadau Misol Cymraeg ...'

An eisteddfod essay by William Thomas ('Gwilym Mai') entitled 'Hanes y Cyhoeddiadau Misol Cymraeg o'u dechreuad ...', with the adjudication upon it by Thomas Price ('Carnhuanawc'). This essay was printed in Seren Gomer, March and April 1857.

J. T. Jones Manuscripts

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  • [1700] x [1905]

Manuscripts comprising poetry, essays, hymns, sermons, correspondence, etc. from the collection of J. T. Jones.

Jones, Josiah Thomas, 1799-1873

J. T. Jones personalia

Personalia of J. T. Jones, including his preaching licence, 1822, a copy of his 'call' to the pastorate of the Independent church, Caernarvon, 1828, a copy of his certificate of ordination at Caernarvon, 1828, memoranda of agreements to print a book written by T. W. Jenkyn, Oswestry, and the journal called Ifor Hael, letters and papers relating to printing and editing of the South Wales Reporter and Y Gwron Cymreig, poetry, an adjudication by Theophilus Lines Jones, etc.


Letters, mainly to J. T. Jones about his various publications, the correspondents including H. P. Bowen (Brentwood), E. W. Davies (Fort Yale), John Davies (Mynyddbach), Titus Davies (Newark, Ohio), Edward Edwards ('Pencerdd Ceredigion'), Richard Ffoulkes Edwards ('Rhisiart Ddu o Wynedd'), Christmas Evans, James Evans (Newcastle, New South Wales), Griffith Harris (Carmarthen), David Howell (Newcastle, New South Wales), David Lloyd Isaac, John James (Welsh School, Gray's Inn Road, London), J. R. Jenkins (Pittsburgh, U.S.A.), Benjamin Jones (Pwllheli), Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd'), John Jones ('Humilis'), John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd'), Thomas Jones (music master, Nannerch), William Ellis Jones ('Cawrdaf'), Lewis William Lewis ('Llew Llwyfo'), Jonathan Morgan (Hong Kong), Alfred Ollivant (bishop of Llandaff), Sir Hugh Owen, Lewis Powell (Cardiff), Thomas Rees (Swansea), Henry Richard, John Roberts ('J. R.'), Elijah Waring and Owen Williams (Waunfawr); drafts of letters by J. T. Jones; family correspondence, including letters to and from his wife and from members of her family; etc.


Three volumes of letters addressed mainly to J. T. Jones at Carmarthen and Aberdare, most of them from purchasers or distributors of Y Gwron Cymreig, Geiriadur Bywgraffyddol o Enwogion Cymru, etc.

List of subscribers

Lists of agents in South Wales and of subscribers to Y Gwron Cymreig, 1856-1858, and accounts relating to that paper and to the Aberdare Times.

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