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Henllan Manuscripts
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Books by Thomas Morgan

Copies of (1) A Catalogue of Books, To be sold at Delph in Saddleworth, Yorkshire, by Thomas Morgan. Who proposes to remove to a considerable Distance ... (Manchester, 1763), (2) An Appeal To The Common Sense of plain and common Christians, in Beh...

Commonplace book

A commonplace book, begun in November 1816, containing extracts from the works of various authors.

Correspondence and legal papers

A declaration by the clerk of the peace, 5 April 1744, that Thomas Morgan, 'a Teacher and Preacher to Dissenting Protestants', appeared at Carmarthen before the justices in Quarter Sessions and took certain oaths; a draft note in the han...

Correspondence and papers

Letters to Thomas Morgan from Noah Jones, Cradley, 1750, S. Morgan [?[Thomas's] wife], Laugharne, 1754, members of 'the Christian Church and Auditory of Protestant Disenters of the Calvinistical Perswasion meeting together for Gospel Wor...

Daniel Phillips

A copy of a certificate relating to the ordination, 1688, of Daniel Phillips, who 'was educated for the ministry with Mr. Stephen Hughes an ancient minister liveing in the towne of Swanzey ... who dyed in the year 1687'; a letter, 2 Sept...


A diary, 1741-1744, kept by Thomas Morgan.


An incomplete diary or record of meditations, 1745-1786, together with a letter written by M. Ashworth 'For my dear children Phebe Dolly Hannah', with a few additional notes.

Extracts from the Cilgwyn church register

Extracts made by Walter David Jeremy, 1860, from the manuscript register of the group of 'Protestant Dissenting Churches' in Cardiganshire usually called 'Eglwys y Cilgwyn', with which Philip Pugh was associated.

Henllan Manuscripts

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  • [1702x1901]

This collection comprises in the main of the diaries, notebooks and other papers of Thomas Morgan.

Morgan, Thomas, 1720-1799


'The Contents of my Letters to my Friends, &c.', 1762-1794, containing extracts from letters written by Thomas Morgan; 'The Names of Dissenting ministers of my Acquaintance, & wth some of whom I was very intimate. who died i...

Letters and miscellanea

Thomas Morgan miscellanea. They include 'The Expenses of our Removal from Laugharne to Delph, 1760'; a copy of the last letter, 23 October 1762, written by Sarah Morgan, wife of Thomas Morgan, to 'Mrs Rees at Laugharne'; a lett...

Letters to Dr. Priestley and the Reverend W. Graham

A copy of Thomas Morgan: Letters to the Rev. Dr. [Joseph] Priestley, of Leeds, in defence of An Appeal to The Common Sense of plain and common Christians, in Behalf of the Old Christianity of the Gospel, and In Defence of the Author. To which is a...


A notebook kept by Thomas Morgan containing miscellaneous extracts and personal, financial and other memoranda, addresses of correspondents, copies of poems, including hymns by David Jones, Caio, etc.


A notebook, 1740-1794, kept by Thomas Morgan. Among the contents, some of which are recorded in Y Cofiadur, I, pp. 10-14, are 'An account of wt. I received Since i went to School to ye Revd. Mr. Saml. Jones of Pentwyn which was Sept. 2d 1741&...

Notes and sermons

Notes by Thomas Morgan, including 'An Account of all those I baptized. 1746' [and later], and '1760. Delph Dissenting Chapel. The Names of Children Baptized by Thos Morgan, M:V:D:' [in 1760 and later]; and sermons, most of them...


Drafts of 'An Appeal, To the common Sense of plain and common Christians, in Behalf of the Old Christianity of the Gospel ...', and 'The Contrast or ye Orthodox & Rationall compared ...', both by Thomas Morgan.

Papers relating to the Henllan Manuscripts

Papers and letters relating to the Henllan manuscripts, which includes information about their previous history. They include two letters, 1860, from John Morris, Brecon to Mrs Gentle Brown, Seaforth, grand-daughter of Thomas Morgan; two letters, ...


'A Sermon Preached at Morley Old Chapel, November 5, 1797, By the Revd. John Luccock'; 'A Form, used at Fryston, at the Baptism of Richard Monckton Milnes; Augt. 8th, 1809'; and a sermon preached at Bollington, 1846, and at Wak...


'Ephemeris', being a list of sermon texts, etc. and of the places at which they were delivered, 1775-1794, by Thomas Morgan; most of the sermons were preached at Morley, Yorkshire, while others were delivered at Henllan and elsewhere in ...

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