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Jones, Morgan, fl. 1685-1686
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Celtic Remains, Annals of Wales, &c.

A composite volume mostly in the hand of Evan Evans (Ieuan Fardd) containing transcripts of correspondence between Lewis Morris, Edward Richard, James Phillips and Samuel Pegge (see Cambrian Register, Vol. i, p. 357) (ff. 1-36); a copy of Morgan Jones's letter from New York, 10 March 1685/6, relating to Welsh Indians (ff. 41-43) (see the Gentleman's Magazine, 1740, and NLW MS 2577B); extracts from a letter of Griffith Roberts (ff. 54-57) and from a commonplace book of Robert Vaughan, Hengwrt (ff. 193-208); proverbs in Welsh and Latin (ff. 58-63); autograph proposals for printing a book of poetry (later 'Gorchestion Beirdd Cymru') to be edited by Ieuan Fardd and Rhys (Rice) Jones and published by David Jones, Trefriw (ff. 89-92); a note on manuscripts in the Mostyn library (ff. 98-99); a copy of Henry VII's charter of North Wales (f. 100); poetry (ff. 112-113, 116-124, 209-212); the Introduction to Lewis Morris et al's Celtic Remains, and copies of letters from Lewis Morris to Robert Vaughan and others (ff. 125-164); a copy of Annals of Wales by Robert Vaughan (ff. 165-192) (see Mostyn MS 136); chronicles, etc. with notes by Lewis Morris (ff. 213-239); further extracts from various sources; etc.

Collections relating to Wales,

A history of Wales transcribed from George Owen's treatise of lordships marcher in Wales; copies of a statement made March 10, 1685/6, at New York by Morgan Jones, 'the son of John Jones of Basleg near Newport in Monmouthshire', attesting that he had conversed with American Indians in the Welsh language (see The Gentleman's Magazine, 1740), of a letter, August 14, 1734, on a similar subject sent by Charles Lloyd, Dolobran, Montgomeryshire, to a cousin, and of 'Dr. [Robert] Plott's Account [to the Royal Society] of an Antient Discovery of America from Wales'; a list, in the hand of John Lloyd, Caerwys, of 'The names of the Principal men that kept Hardelech castle against Edwd the 4th;' lists of the sheriffs of Flintshire, Denbighshire, Montgomeryshire, and Merioneth; transcripts of epitaphs in Mold church; and notes taken from Thomas Carte : A General History of England (London, 1747-1755).