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Accounts

Farming and other accounts and memoranda books kept by John Jenkins and Walter Davies at various times between 1801 and 1844.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Brenhinol ganiadau Sion

A copy, which belonged to John Jenkins, of Owen Williams (o Fôn) : Brenhinol Ganiadau Sion neu Gynghanedd Newydd Gymraeg Yn Cynnwys Hen Beroriaethau Brytanaidd a Rhai Diweddar Heb eu Hargraphu o'r blaen (London, [c. 1820]).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Cambrian Biography

'Helps towards a more copious Cambrian Biography' containing 'A List [the surnames alphabetically arranged] of Welshmen who attained the Episcopal Dignity, from the year 1558 ... to 1714'. At the beginning is an extract from a letter, dated October 7, 1825, from John Jenkins ('Ifor Ceri', 1770-1829) to Thomas Beynon, archdeacon of Cardigan.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Cerddi

Transcripts by John Jenkins and others of poetry in free metre by John Evans (Llanfihangel Ystrad), John Howell, Jonathan Hughes, John Edwards (Clochydd Manafon), R. Jones, David Ellis, and Peter Jones (Pedr Fardd).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Letters to Taliesin ab Iolo,

Letters (surnames Hall-Llewelyn) addressed mostly to Taliesin Williams (Taliesin ab Iolo).
The correspondents include Augusta Hall, 1841-1846 (Nos 251-290), John Jenkins, Kerry, 1822-1829 (Nos 323-330), John Jones (Tegid), 1837-1844 (Nos 339-344), W. B. Knight, 1830-1840 (Nos 348-368), and Mary C[atherine Pendrill] Llewelyn, 1839-1841 (Nos 371-375). Also included is correspondence, 1847-1848, of Augusta Hall with Taliesin Williams's family following his death (Nos 291-301).

Llanover, Augusta Hall, 1802-1896

Llyfr Cedwyn

A transcript made in 1828 by John Jenkins of 'The Manafon Manuscript of [Welsh] Pedigrees ... belonging to ... Walter Davies ...'.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Llyfr Silin

'Llyfr Silin yn cynnwys Achau amryw Deuluoedd yn Ngwynedd, Powys, &c.', being a transcript by John Jenkins of the pedigrees contained in MS. 1666.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Melus geingciau Deheubarth Cymru

A volume of melodies, [c. 1815], being the original of 'Melus Geingciau [sic] Deheubarth Cymru or The Melodies of South Wales' (f. 1), containing some fifty-six tunes collected by Ifor Ceri [?and others], some with words.
The volume consists of twenty-seven tunes, numbered 1-27, in the hand of Ifor Ceri, thirteen with Welsh lyrics appended (ff. 2 verso-27 verso); a further twenty-nine unnumbered tunes (including duplicates of a few already in the volume) in the hand of Ifor Ceri (ff. 18, 19-20, 21, 22 verso-23, 25, 26, 27, 28-33 verso); and thirteen tunes inserted in spaces by a different hand (ff. 2, 3 verso-5, 8-10, 11 verso-12, 13, 15-17, 24).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Melus-seiniau Cymru

'Melus-seiniau Cymru', a collection by John Jenkins, [1817]-[1820], with additions to about 1825 (watermarks 1805, 1813 in the fly-leaves), of Welsh tunes, most with the Welsh lyrics added.
The volume is divided into several sections, consisting of 60 psalms and hymns (ff. 2-26, 151-178), 40 hymn-tunes (ff. 28-48), 58 elegies, carols and moral songs (ff. 50-96) and 67 songs on various themes including military and romance (ff. 100-149, 179-190).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Music

Transcripts by John Jenkins of vocal and instrumental music, sacred and secular, with English words added in some instances, and a letter, 1808, to John Jenkins from David Lloyd, Llanbister.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Music

Anthems, with English words, transcribed by John Jenkins.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Music

Transcripts by John Jenkins of English, Welsh, and Scottish airs arranged for four voices and with English words.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Music

Welsh and English airs and hymn-tunes, and some English nursery rhymes transcribed by John Jenkins.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Pedigrees and Arms

Pedigrees, mostly copied 1828, in the hand of John Jenkins, of the families of Herbert of Dolforgan, Kerry, Jones of Great Hemm, Forden, and Pryce of Gunley, and of Hugh Owen, archdeacon of Salop (ff. 7-17 verso); with coloured drawings of the arms of the founders of Welsh families, etc. (ff. 199-208, 215 verso-217, 221 verso).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Per-seiniau Cymru

'Per-seiniau Cymru', a collection by John Jenkins, [1824]-[1825] (watermarks 1814, 1820), of Welsh tunes 'cyfaddas i Destunau difrifol' ('suitable for serious subjects') (f. 1).
The volume contains 101 tunes, 52 of which are copied from Melus-seiniau Cymru (NLW MS 1940iA). Nos 1-47 (ff. 3-48) and No. 56 (ff. 56 verso-57) have the Welsh lyrics added. A list of contents is on ff. 1 verso-2 verso.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Psalm- and hymn-tunes

A copy, which belonged to John Jenkins, of John Rippon : A Selection of Psalm and Hymn-Tunes ... adapted principally to Dr. Watt's Hymns and Psalms, and to Dr. Rippon's Selection of Hymns ... 4th ed. (London, [1800?]).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Psalmo-Doxologia

A copy, which belonged to John Jenkins, of Psalmo-Doxologia A New and Complete Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes ... (London, no date).

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

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