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Edwards, Lewis, 1809-1887.
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Letters mainly addressed to E. W. Evans, in connection with contributions to Y Goleuad and other publications; with some addressed to T. J. Hughes (Adfyfyr), editor of Cymru Fydd, and William Williams, of Dolgellau, etc.
The correspondents include Sir Edward Anwyl, Chester, 1898 (a translation by the writer's brother of Dr. Lentzner's MS); H. H. Asquith, 1895 (Welsh Church Bill); William Canton, Berkhamsted, 1910-1911 (Mary Jones and the British and Foreign Bible Society); D. Charles, Aberdovey, 1878 (the publication of a 'Memoir' by the writer); A. Crawshay, The Waverley Book Company Limited, 1913 (with an inventory of T. E. Ellis papers loaned by the recipient); R. W. Dale, Birmingham, 1886-1893 (Disestablishment, a discussion of Higher Criticism in the Welsh press); D. R. Daniel, Camberwell, [1914x1918] (recruiting for World War I); D. Charles Davies, Upper Bangor, 1885 (a centenary address by the writer, etc.); E. O. Davies, Bala, [?1907] (with a statement on the writer's duties at the Theological College at Bala); Griffith Davies, The Cottage, Walton Workhouse, Liverpool, 1901 (the publication of an account of the case of W. O. Jones); Martin Diosy, formerly secretary to [Ferencz Lajos Akos] Kossuth, from Liverpool, to the editor of Yr Amserau, 1850 (a memorial to Lord Palmerston on behalf of Kossuth and his fellow-prisoners, and the writer's proposed visit to A. J. Johnes, Garthmyl); George C. M. Douglas, Glasgow, 1894 (permission to make use of the writer's printed works on the Scriptures); Ellis Edwards, Bala, etc., 1902 and [n.d.] (Mold C. M. Association, press contributions by laymen, etc.); D. Charles Edwards, Llanbedr, Merioneth, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); Lewis Edwards, Bala, to various recipients, 1878-1884 and [n.d.] (an adjudication of Welsh translations from Robert Burns, the purchase of books for Bala College, etc.); O. M. Edwards, Lincoln College, Oxford, etc., 1889-1999 (the writer's co-editorship of Cymru Fydd, the writer's nomination for the parliamentary representation of Merioneth, etc.); and Principal Thomas Charles Edwards, Aberystwyth, Bala, etc., 1881-1896 and [n.d.], with some written on his behalf by his wife Mary Edwards (publications in Y Goleuad, the proposed union of Bala and Trevecca Colleges, a reply to an attack on Dr. Lewis Edwards in Y Goleuad, a proposed official Calvinistic Methodist newspaper, the death of David Morgan, Ysbyty Ystwyth, etc.); with some draft replies.

Letters to Henry Richard : A-E

The first of three volumes containing some one hundred and eighty-eight letters, 1856-1888, addressed to Henry Richard and dealing particularly with politics, the peace movement, education and other affairs in Wales.
The correspondents include Sheldon Amos (Sydney, New South Wales), Henry Austin Bruce, first baron Aberdare, Elihu Burritt (New Britain, Conn.), Josephine E. Butler, Sydney Charles [Buxton], earl Buxton, Estlin Carpenter, Joseph Chamberlain, F. W. Chesson, J. J. Colman (Norwich), Leonard Courtney, John Stewart [Gathorne-Hardy], second earl of Cranbrook, Henry W. Crosskey, R. W. Dale, Edward Henry [Stanley], fifteenth earl of Derby, Charles W. Dilke, L. L. Dillwyn, George Dixon, Henry T. Edwards (dean of Bangor), Lewis Edwards (Bala) and Thomas Charles Edwards (Aberystwyth).


The sixth of seven volumes of about six hundred letters mainly addressed to Thomas Gee and relating to a variety of subjects particularly in the fields of education, temperance reform, religious movements, and political questions. -- The principal correspondents are Gethin Davies, 1884; R. J. Derfel, 1868; Dr. Lewis Edwards, 1837; Margaret Evans, Denbigh, 1837; Alec. Gordon Fraser, 1842; Edward Williams Gee, 1837; Mary Ann Gee, 1837; Robert Foulkes Gee; Sarah Gee, 1837; Thomas Gee, senior, 1837; Thomas Gee, 1837-97; D. Lloyd George, 1891-1913; John Griffith ('Y Gohebydd'), 1869; J. Towyn Jones, 1898.

Letters, A-M

Some two hundred autograph letters, 1845-1876, to Stephens from a large number of individuals prominent in the life of Wales, including H[enry] A[ustin] Bruce, David Charles, Trefecca, Walter Davies (Gwallter Mechain), Lord Dynevor, Lewis Edwards, Bala, D. Silvan Evans, Thomas Gee, Lady Charlotte Guest, Lady Hall, David Howell (Llawdden), J. Spinther James, John Jones (Talhaiarn), W. Basil Jones and Henri Martin.