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Llew Meirion Manuscripts,
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'Breuddwyd Dafydd Rhys'

An arrangement by John Griffith, Dolgelley of the air 'Breuddwyd Dafydd Rhys' from a music manuscript at Hengwrt, a proof copy of the 'Dream of Little Rhys', arranged by Arthur Somervell, with Welsh words by the Reverend Owen [...

Deunydd amrywiol

An exercise book containing papers and transcripts by Edward Williams ('Llew Meirion'): a copy of an ode by John Williams ('Ioan Rhagfyr') to welcome Robert Howel Vaughan and his family to Nannau; 'Cerddoriaeth a chân ym M...

Emyn-donau ac anthemau

A collection of hymn-tunes and anthems, including items by Thomas Evans, John Williams, Robert Williams, Evan Davies, Merthyr Tydfil, James Mills, Richard Ellis, John Ellis and John Jeffreys.

Emyn-donau ac anthemau

The music tune book of Griffith Edwards, Rhydymain, Merioneth, 1846, containing copies of anthems by D[avid] J[enkin] [Dafydd Siencyn] Morgan, J[ohn] Ambrose Lloyd, Edward Stephen Jones ['Tanymarian'] and Ellis Roberts; anthems on temper...

Gwaith Lewis William

A collection of 'englynion', 'cywyddau', carols, hymns and other poems by Lewis William, Liverpool, 1810-1816. The collection includes items by Evan James ('Ieuan ab Iago'), 1781, John Rees, Hugh Hughes ['Huw ap ...

Hanes taith i Wlad Belg

An address by Edward Williams ('Llew Meirion') on a tour in Belgium, 1921, and an essay on Huw Puw ('Clynog'; 1840-1873), a poet of Rhydymain, Merioneth.

Llew Meirion Manuscripts,

  • Fonds
  • [1700x1934].

Papers from the collection of Edward Williams ('Llew Meirion'), including material relating to the Loyal Idris Lodge of Oddfellows; minutes relating to 'Eisteddfod Meirion'; an address by 'Llew Meirion'; a poem by Joh...

Williams, Edward, 1850-1934


Letters addressed to 'Llew Meirion' by Robert Roberts ('Isallt') concerning his Aelwyd Gymreig, 1910, by Owen John [Owen], Abergavenny, 1913, and by C. E. Wordsworth, Buluwayo, 1913.

Papers relating to Dolgellau

Papers by 'Llew Meirion' on 'Historic Dolgelley, Customs, Traditions, and Folklore', the history of the rise of the Sunday Schoool in the Dolgelley district, and notes on Owen Roberts ('Owain Aran') and Huw Puw ('...