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One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: George Vance, John, Mary, and Jane Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi), William V. Vernon, Elijah Waring, David Williams (Ystradmeurig), D. T. Williams (Tydfylyn), Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg), Edward Williams (Strand, London), Eliezer Williams, Griffith Williams (Gutyn Peris), Jane Williams (Ysgafell), John Williams (Ab Ithel), John Williams (Cynhafal), Morris Williams (Nicander), Peter Bayley Williams, Pryce Buckley Williames, Taliesin Williams (Taliesin Ab Iolo), St. George Armstrong Williams, William Williams (Caledfryn), William Williams (Brecon), and C. W. Williams Wynn.

Letters G-J (Morgan Jones)

One of six volumes consisting of several hundred letters ranging in date from the late eighteenth century to about the middle of the nineteenth, and addressed mainly to Walter Davies, with some to his daughter Jane, to John Jenkins, and to John Vaughan, from numerous correspondents connected with various aspects of Welsh life and including: Thomas Gee, J. Goddard, Humphrey Griffith (Cwrt), James Griffith (Carmarthen), Owen Griffith (Ywain Meirion), Samuel Grindley, Lady Charlotte Guest, Augusta Hall, Thomas W. Hancock, Charles Hassall, Sir Isaac Heard (College of Arms), Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Samuel Horsley (bishop of St. Asaph), David Howell (Machynlleth), David Hughes (Eos Iâl), David Hughes (Jesus College, Oxford), Hugh Derfel Hughes (Huw Derfel), John Hughes (author of Hora Britannicae), John Hughes (Aberystwyth), John Ceiriog Hughes (Ceiriog), David Humphreys (Dewi Einion), Richard Humphreys (Llanfaircaereinion), John Jenkins (Kerry), Arthur James Johnes (Garthmyl), E. Johnes (Garthmyl), Thomas Johnes (Hafod), Thomas Johnes (Welshpool), Daniel Jones (Wrexham), Edward Jones (Bardd y Brenin), Griffith Jones (London), Hugh Jones (Erfyl), John Jones (Jac Glanygors), John Jones (Talhaiarn), John Jones (Tegid), and Morgan Jones (Iolo Glan Muchudd).

Letters

Two volumes of letters 1851-1880, to Jane Davies, daughter of Walter Davies, from D. Silvan Evans, relating to the editing and publishing of Gwaith ... Walter Davies ...; and personal letters to her from Mrs. Silvan Evans.

Evans, D. Silvan (Daniel Silvan), 1818-1903

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: D. Bird Allen, Thomas Beynon (archdeacon of Cardigan), C. W. Bowen (Kidwelly), J. Bowen (Bath), J. Bowen (Llechryd), Samuel Bowen (Newtown), Edward Breese, Samuel Butler (Shrewsbury), R. Myddelton Biddulph, John Blackwell (Alun), Thomas Burgess (bishop of St. Davids), Lord Carrington (chairman of the Board of Agriculture), Thomas Clarkson (philanthropist), W. Cleaver (Denbigh), Hester Maria Cotton, William Cragg (Board of Agriculture), Alfred Butler Clough, and Roger B. Clough.

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: Rice Rees, W. J. Rees (Cascob), William Rees (Llandovery), David Richards (Dafydd Ionawr), Hugh D. Richards (Caswallon Machno), T. Richards (Llangynyw), T. Richards (Berriew), John Roberts (Tremeircion), Peter Roberts (Halkin), Samuel Roberts (S.R.), W. J. Roberts (Gwilym Cowlyd), David Rowland (Carmarthen), David Rowlands (Chatham), David Rowland (Llanwnnog), Thomas Rowland (Newtown), William Rowlands (Gwilym Lleyn), Robert Saunderson (Bala), J. C. Severn, Anna Maria Shipley, Sir John Sinclair (Board of Agriculture), David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri), Edward Thomas (Tregarth), John Thomas (Pencerdd Gwalia), and Lewis Turnor.

Letters,

Family letters, including many from Jane Davies and Walter Cecil Davies to their father, Walter Davies, and to their half-sister Mrs. Vaughan and her husband John Vaughan.

Letters A-F

One of six volumes consisting of several hundred letters ranging in date from the late eighteenth century to about the middle of the nineteenth, and addressed mainly to Walter Davies, with some to his daughter Jane, to John Jenkins, and to John Vaughan, from numerous correspondents connected with various aspects of Welsh life and including: J. P. Adams (Pembroke), Lewis Bagot (bishop of St. Asaph), Jona Barff (Shrewsbury), Thomas Beynon, R. Myddelton Biddulph, John Blackwell (Alun), J. B. Blakeway, Samuel Butler (Shrewsbury School), William Carey (bishop of St. Asaph), Nicholas Carlisle, Thomas Charles, Isaac Clarke (Ruthin), William Cleaver (bishop of St. Asaph), Lord Clive, Alfred B. Clough, Roger B. Clough, Eliza Colley, Athelstan Corbett, Edward Davies (Wrexham), Hugh Davies (Shrewsbury), John Davies (Fronheulog), Robert Davies (Bardd Nantglyn), W. Whitehall Davies, James Donne (Llanyblodwel), Ellis Owen Ellis ('Ellis Bryncoch'), Daniel Evans (Daniel Ddu o Geredigion), D. Silvan Evans, Evan Evans (Ieuan Glan Geirionydd), Henry Evans (Harri Ddu o Ddyfed), R. Wynne Eyton, and Richard Fenton.

Letters W (Rowland Williams)-Y

One of six volumes consisting of several hundred letters ranging in date from the late eighteenth century to about the middle of the nineteenth, and addressed mainly to Walter Davies, with some to his daughter Jane, to John Jenkins, and to John Vaughan, from numerous correspondents connected with various aspects of Welsh life and including: Rowland Williams (Meifod, aft. of Ysceifiog), Taliesin Williams (Taliesin ab Iolo), William Williams (Aberpergwm), William Williams (Caledfryn), William Williams (Cowbridge Free School), William Williams (Llandegai) W. W. E. Wynne (Peniarth), Charles W. Williams Wynn, Philip Yorke, and Simon Yorke.

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: David Davies (Mallwyd), David Davies (Penegoes), Jane Davies, John Davies (Brychan), John Davies (Nantcribba), Mary Davies (Kerry), Richard Davies (Breton), Walter Davies, Walter Cecil Davies, Richard Dickens (Cardigan), James Donne (Llanyblodwel), John F. M. Dovaston, Ellis Owen Ellis (Ellis Bryncoch), Daniel Evans (Daniel Ddu o Geredigion), David Evans (Dafydd ab Ieuan), David Evans (Llanymynech), David Evans (London), Evan Evans (Ieuan Glan Geirionydd), Herbert Evans (Highmead), John Evans (Ioan Maelor), Morgan Evans (Llangunllo), Titus Evans (Machynlleth), and William Evans (Seren Gomer Office, Carmarthen).

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: Thomas James (Llallawg), Arthur James Johnes, Thomas Johnes (Hafod), Edward Jones (Bardd y Brenin), Edwin Jones (Towyn), John Jones (Jac Glanygors), John Jones (Tegid), John Cain Jones (Sion Ceiriog), Morris Jones (Meurig Idris), Morris Charles Jones, Owen Wynne Jones (Glasynys), Peter Jones (Pedr Fardd), Robert Jones (Rotherhithe), Rowland Jones (Greenwich), Theophilus Jones, Thomas Jones (Bardd Cloff), Thomas Jones (Thomas Gwynedd), T. Griffiths Jones, William Jones (Llangadfan), and Samuel Kenrick.

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: Caleb Lewis (Cardigan), D. Jones Lewis (Gilfach), John Lewis (London), David Lloyd (Llanbister), Howel W. Lloyd, Angharad Llwyd, C. T. C. Luxmoore (Guilsfield), Carl Meyer, Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, S[arah] Millingchamp, W. Morgan (Bradford), Joseph Morris (Shrewsbury), and Richard Newcome.

Letters J (Owen Jones)-L

One of six volumes consisting of several hundred letters ranging in date from the late eighteenth century to about the middle of the nineteenth, and addressed mainly to Walter Davies, with some to his daughter Jane, to John Jenkins, and to John Vaughan, from numerous correspondents connected with various aspects of Welsh life and including: Owen Jones (Owain Myvyr), Richard Jones (Gwyndaf Eryri), Robert Jones (Rotherhithe), Theophilus Jones, Thomas Jones (Bardd Cloff), Thomas Jones (Esgair Ifan, Towyn), Thomas Jones (Llanrhaiadr), William Jones (Cadfan), William Jones (Brwynog), James Kearney, William Davies Leathart, Samuel Lewis (London), David Lloyd (Llanbister), John Lloyd (Wigfair), Simon Lloyd (Bala), Angharad Llwyd, Richard Llwyd (Bard of Snowdon), and Joseph Hayes Lyon.

Letters M-P

One of six volumes consisting of several hundred letters ranging in date from the late eighteenth century to about the middle of the nineteenth, and addressed mainly to Walter Davies, with some to his daughter Jane, to John Jenkins, and to John Vaughan, from numerous correspondents connected with various aspects of Welsh life and including: B. McMillan, William A. Madocks, Charles Maund, Charles Meyer, Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, William Augustus Miles, Joseph Morris, Richard Morris (Pentrefelin), Robert Lloyd Morris (Rhufoniawc), Lord George Murray (bishop of St. Davids), Richard Mytton, R. Newcome, Richard Newell, William Oakeley (Tanybwlch), Aneurin Owen, Anne Warburton Owen, David Owen (Dewi Wyn o Eifion), S. A. Owen (Bardd Meirion), John Owen (Fulham), William Owen [-Pughe], John Painter, J. Parker, John Parry (London), Edward Parry (Chester), Henry Parry (Holywell), Robert Parry (Robin Ddu Eryri), John Poole, Richard A. Poole, the Earl of Powis, J. Price (Bodleian Library), Thomas Price (Carnhuanawc), R. Mostyn Pryce, John William Prisiart (Plas y Brain), David Prothero, William Pugh (Brynllywarch), and Sir William Pulteney

Letters R-W (P. B. Williams)

One of six volumes consisting of several hundred letters ranging in date from the late eighteenth century to about the middle of the nineteenth, and addressed mainly to Walter Davies, with some to his daughter Jane, to John Jenkins, and to John Vaughan, from numerous correspondents connected with various aspects of Welsh life and including : -- William Rees (Llandovery), W. J. Rees (Cascob), Jonathan Reynolds, (Nathan Dyfed), David Richards (Dafydd Ionawr), David Richards (Dewi Silin), T. Richards (Llangyniew), Henry Roberts (Camberwell), Dr. Griffith Roberts (Dolgelley), John Roberts (Llanbrynmair), John Roberts (Tremeirchion), Samuel Roberts (S.R.), Thomas Roberts (Llwynrhudol), L. Rowlands (Guilsfield), William Rowlands (Gwilym Lleyn), David Samwell, Robert Saunderson, Sir John Sinclair, Thomas Vowler Short (bishop of St. Asaph), Thomas Stephens, Joseph Tarn, David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri), John Thomas (Llanfyllin), John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi), John Waiters (Llandough), John Watton (Shrewsbury), P. Buckley Williames, D. T. Williams (Tydfylyn), Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg), Griffith Williams (Gutyn Peris), John Williams (Plasybrain), John Williams (Llanrwst), John Williams (Ystradmeurig), Morris Williams (Nicander), Peter Williams (Llanbedrog), and Peter Bayley Williams.

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: Samuel Fenton, John Furnival, George Griffith (Hay), James Griffith (Carmarthen), Augusta Hall, Hugh Hughes (artist), John Hughes (author of Horae Britannicae), John Hughes (publisher, Wrexham), William Hughes (harper), Henry Humphreys (Welshpool), and Humphrey Humphreys (Dover).

Letters

One of eight volumes consisting of several hundred letters, chiefly of the first half of the nineteenth century, written mainly to John Jenkins and his wife, to Walter Davies and his daughter Jane, and to John Vaughan (Penmaen Dyfi) and other members of his family, by numerous correspondents, including: William Oakeley, Aneurin Owen, Anne Warburton Owen, D. C. Lloyd Owen (Birmingham), David Owen (Dewi Wyn o Eifion), Francis Owen, William Owen (Gwilym Glan Hafren), William Owen [-Pughe], John Parker, David Parry (Carmarthen), Henry Parry (Llanasa), John Parry (Bardd Alaw), David Peter (Carmarthen), Thomas Price (Carnhuanawc), Hugh Pugh (harper), William Pugh (Brynllywarch), and Huw Meyrig Puw (Patagonia).