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Dyddiadur taith i America

A volume containing a journal, 12 June-4 October 1847, of John Rees, recording his voyage, in the company of his brother Daniel, from Liverpool to New York and their journey via the Erie Canal, New York State, and the Great Lakes to Milwaukie [sic], Wisconsin, followed by their exploration of parts of Wisconsin, in search of land to settle (ff. 1-26 verso).
Also included loose with the volume are two letters, 1897, from the Rev. David (or Dafydd) Probert, Youngstown, Ohio, to John Rees, by that time returned home to St Dogmaels; and a photograph, probably of John Rees.

Rees, John, 1819-1900

Edward Owen Papers,

  • GB 0210 EDWWEN
  • Fonds
  • 1463-1943 /

Manuscripts comprising drafts of the hitherto-unpublished portions of Edward Owen's Catalogue of manuscripts relating to Wales in the British Museum, with draft indexes; reports prepared by Edward Owen on Liverpool Town Dues and related papers, 1931; essays written by him for the London Eisteddfod, 1887, and the National Eisteddfod at Caernarfon, 1894; notes, pedigrees, transcripts and letters relating to Welsh history, antiquities, county history, families and individuals such as John Edwards of Chirk, and historical figures including Owain Glyndwr [some items published 1893-1935]; transcripts and extracts relating to the history of Wales taken from public records by Edward Owen, E.A. Lewis and others, including several land surveys, at least one of which was used as evidence before the Royal Commission on Land in Wales, 1895; transcripts of papers by or relating to Alfred Neobard Palmer, Wrexham, 1885-1922; facsimiles and original documents including Privy Purse Accounts of Queen Anne, 1702-1710, and a holograph letter from Queen Anne to Sarah, duchess of Marlborough, 1710; letters mainly addressed to William Edwards of Chirk Hall, 1675-1677; autograph letters, mostly addressed to Edward Owen, 1886-1943; and deeds, 1463-1769, the majority of which relate to the estates of the families of Edwards of Plas Newydd and Puleston of Emrall in cos. Denbigh and Flint.

Owen, Edward, 1853-1943.

Gwasg y Brython Archives,

  • GB 0210 GWAHON
  • Fonds
  • 1758-1977 /

Records of Gwasg y Brython, 1758-1977, including sample books, 1912-1967; printer's specimen books, [c. 1920]-[c. 1974]; manuals and catalogues, [1920s]-[c. 1950]; miscellaneous publications, 1928-1965; printer's blocks and photographs, 1887-1934; miscellaneous family and business papers, 1812-1977; and books owned by William Barnad, 1758-1862.

Hugh Evans and Sons (Firm : Liverpool, England)

Journal of a tour

  • NLW MS 24034B.
  • File
  • 1848

Journal of a tour of North Wales and the North of England, 11 July-8 August 1848, by the sisters E[lizabeth] and Jane Weston of Brixworth, Northamptonshire, and their nephew R[obert] Henry Hewitt of Dodford, Northamptonshire (ff. 1-22 verso). The volume is mostly in the hand of Elizabeth, except for a single entry by Henry (ff. 16 verso-17 verso) and possibly Jane (ff. 4 verso-5).
The Welsh itinerary included Conwy (ff. 1-2), Caernarfon (ff. 4-8), [Llan] Ffestiniog (ff. 9-12 verso), Llanberis (ff. 13-14 verso) and Caernarfon (ff. 14 verso-15). The group's excursions included visits to Anglesey (f. 2 verso), Llanddwyn Island (ff. 5-6), a Nantlle slate quarry (ff. 6 verso-7 verso), and Blaenau Ffestiniog (ff. 11-12) as well as to the various castles (ff. 1 verso-2, 2 verso, 5, 14 verso), waterfalls (ff. 9-10, 12) and other sights. In Llanberis they visited the grave of the Rev. Henry Wellington Starr of Northampton, who died on Snowdon in 1846 (f. 14). They subsequently went by ship to Liverpool (ff. 15-16 verso), and by train to Scarborough (ff. 16 verso-21), finally returning, via York (ff. 21-22), home to Northamptonshire. Items loose within the volume have been tipped in; these comprise a transcript, by Elizabeth Weston, of the inscription on the gravestone of the Rev. Starr (f. 24), a printed obituary relating to Daventry, 1863 (f. 25), and a printed hymn, 1864 (f. 26).

Weston, Elizabeth, 1794 or 5-1878.

Log book of the barque Amelia Matilda,

  • NLW MS 17389D.
  • File
  • 1834-1835 /

Journal, 1834-1835 (watermark 1833), of the barque 'Amelia Matilda' of Liverpool, commanded by R. F. Jones, the journal kept by E[dward] F. Jones. The volume records a voyage from Liverpool to the Benin River, [Nigeria], September-November 1834 (ff. 3-21), and the return voyage, from Corisco, [Equatorial Guinea], to Liverpool, March-June 1835 (ff. 21 verso-47).
A letter, 22 October 1835, from John Mather, Bonny River, [Nigeria], to Edward Jones on board the barque 'Mansfield' at New Calabar, [Nigeria], and a receipt, 1832, are enclosed in an archival envelope (3 ff.).

Jones, Edward F., sailor.

Rev. O. Eilian Owen Papers,

  • GB 0210 OEOWEN
  • Fonds
  • 1692-1932 (accumulated [1876]-1932) /

Papers of the Rev. O. Eilian Owen, 1692-1932, consisting mostly of his research notes and index entries on Welsh lexicography, including lists of words from sources including various editions of the Bible, Allwedd Paradwys, and adjectives in the Presbyterian and Methodist hymnbook of 1929; list of scriptural references in Spurrell's English-Welsh and Welsh-English Dictionary; transcripts of 'Llyfr Aneirin', 'Llyfr Taliesin', 'Ystoria Dared', and other medieval Welsh texts; notes on Welsh orthography and syntax; press correspondence relating to Welsh lexicography; sermons and expository notes on the Scriptures; college lecture notes on theology and church history; an account of weekly meetings of the Calvinistic Methodist churches in Liverpool, 1833-1841; minutes and accounts of the Ruthin Calvinistic Methodist Association, 1895-1916; transcripts of hymns by Ann Griffiths; miscellaneous newspaper cuttings and accounts; and printed books relating to lexicography and history, 1692-1932.

Owen, Owen Eilian, 1856-1938.

Welsh Methodist (Wesleyan) Archives,

  • GB 0210 WELIST
  • Fonds
  • 1770-1974 /

Baptism registers: Dinas Mawddwy Circuit, 1897-1966; Machynlleth Circuit, 1808-1897; Llandeilo Circuit, 1814-1863; Merthyr Tudful (Merthyr Tydfil) Circuit, 1837-1867; Bryn-Mawr Circuit, 1843-1882; Aberdare Circuit, 1857-1933; Tredegar Circuit, 1843-1916; Hanley (Staffordshire), Welsh Circuit, 1893-1924; and Stockton-on-Tees (Durham), Welsh circuit, 1872-1903; burial registers, Bont-goch, 1882-1931, and Tregaron, 1830-1944; Welsh Assembly, agendas, 1899-1917, and minutes, 1899-1902; North Wales District, District Committee minutes, 1816-1892, and Synod minutes, 1892-1902; trust-property schedules, 1860-1893; Home Mission Fund accounts and papers, 1875-1903; and Sunday Schools schedules, 1868-1880; First North Wales District, Synod minutes, 1903-1944; Home Mission Fund accounts, 1929-1967; trust-property returns, 1943-1955, and Ministers Allowance Fund accounts, 1918-1921; Second North Wales District, Synod minutes, 1903-1940; First and Second North Wales Districts, Home Mission Fund and Chapel Fund papers, 1903-1927; South Wales District, District Committee and Synod minutes, 1829-1974; Chapel Fund accounts, 1858-1951; Chapel Committee minutes and reports, 1858-1894; trust-property schedules and returns, 1860-1962; and Foreign Mission reports, 1846-1917; Circuit records, comprising Quarterly Meeting minutes, accounts, circuit-schedule book, trust-property schedules, Sunday School schedules, Temperance schedules, circuit plans and membership lists, for Abercynon Circuit, 1928-1931; Aberdare Circuit, 1857-1960; Aberdare & Abercynon Circuit, 1960-1968; Abergele Circuit, 1951-1960; Aberystwyth Circuit, 1845-1971; Amlwch Circuit, 1871-1873; Bagillt Circuit, 1895-1898; Bangor Circuit, 1843-1890; Beaumaris Circuit, 1892-1895; Blaenau Ffestiniog Circuit, 1867-1920; Bryn-Mawr Circuit, 1873-1969; Bryn-Mawr and Tredegar Circuit, 1928-1968; Cardiff Circuit, 1847-1889; Cardigan Circuit, 1810-1838; Cilfynydd Circuit, 1891-1898; Conwy Circuit, 1868-1871; Corwen Circuit, 1864; Crickhowell Circuit, 1851-1852; Denbigh & Llanrwst Circuit, (copy) 1818-1819; Dinas Mawddwy Circuit, 1907; Ebbw Vale & Crickhowell Circuit, 1860-1873; Ferndale Circuit, 1881-1909; Glamorgan Mission, 1943-1948; Hanley (Staffordshire) Circuit, 1873-1926; Holyhead Circuit, 1867-1879; Holywell Circuit, 1814-1871; Holywell & Mold Circuit, 1834-1835; Lampeter Circuit, 1871-1933; Lancashire Welsh Mission, 1906-1939; Leeds Welsh Mission, 1906-1923; Liverpool Welsh Circuit, 1845-1871; Liverpool Shaw Street Circuit, 1878-1907; Liverpool Oakfield Road Circuit, 1907-1954; Liverpool Chester Street Circuit, 1871-1881; Liverpool Mount Zion Circuit, 1881-1955; Llandeilo Circuit, 1824-1952; Llandeilo & Brecon Circuit, 1824-1831; Llanelli Circuit, 1894; Llanfair Caereinion Circuit, 1839-1895; Llanfyllin Circuit, 1845-1914; Llanidloes Circuit, 1832-1948; Llanrwst Circuit, 1885-1902; London Welsh Circuit, 1877-1878; Machynlleth Circuit, 1848-1968; Manchester Welsh Circuit, 1879-1961; Merthyr Tudful (Merthyr Tydfil) Circuit, 1873-1940; Mold Circuit, 1851-1877; Pont-y-pridd (Pontypridd) Circuit, 1898-1925; Porthmadog Circuit, 1889-1892; Pwllheli Circuit, 1877-1932; Ruthin Circuit, 1830-1868; Ruthin & Corwen Circuit, 1856-1863; St David's Circuit, 1894; South Wales Mission, Pont-y-pridd, 1893-1898; Swansea Circuit, 1823-1913; Swansea & Llanelli, 1961; Towyn Circuit (Tywyn, Merionethshire), 1898-1970; Tredegar Circuit, 1866-1928; Tregarth Circuit, 1865-1867; Ystumtuen Circuit, 1862-1946; Caernarfon & Bangor English Circuit, 1857-1861; Holyhead English Circuit, 1859-1859; Newtown English Circuit, 1868-1870; Swansea English Circuit, 1859-1860; and Wrexham English Circuit, 1845-1847; chapel records, comprising miscellaneous leases, accounts, Sunday School registers, membership lists and other papers, for: Aberareon, Aberaman, Abercegor, Abercynon, Aberdare, Aberdaron, Aberdyfi, Aberystwyth, Ammanford, Bangor, Barmouth, Bedlinog, Birkenhead, Blaenau (Crickhowell), Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bont-goch, Brontecwyn, Bryneglwys, Caerau (Treorci circuit), Caernarfon, Caersws, Caerwys, Capel Dewi, Capel Ficer, Cardigan, Cefncoedycymmer, Cendl, Cilfynydd, Cilgwyn, Cnwch-coch, Coundon (Durham), Crickhowell, Cwmbrwyno, Cwmllinau, Dinas Mawddwy, Dowlais, Ebbw vale, Eglwys-bach; Eglyws-fach; Glaspwll; Gurnos; Hanley (Staffordshire); Hirwaun; Holyhead; Lampeter; Leeds; Liverpool (Shaw Street, Oakfield Road, Plimsoll Street, Spellow Lane, Bootle, Mynydd Seion, and Garston); Llanarmon-yn-Ial; Llandeilo; Llandybie; Llandysul (Lampeter circuit); Llanelli (Brecknockshire); Llanelli (Carmarthenhire); Llanerfyl; Llanfairfechan; Llanrwst; Llagynidr; Llawr-y-glyn; London (Wilson Street); Machynlleth; Manchester (Hardman Street and Gore Street); Manod; Merthyr Tydfil; Merthyr Vale; Mountain Ash; Mynydd Bach (Cardiganshire); Mynydd-bach (Carmarthenshire); Nant-y-glo; Neath Abbey; Nebo; Newcastle Emlyn; New Quay; Pembrey; Pennal; Pen-y-craig; Pontgadfan; Pontlotyn; Pont-rhyd-y-groes; Pontypridd; Porthaethwy (Menai Bridge); Pwllheli; Quakers Yard; Rhigos; Rhostryfan; Rhyd-y-foel; Ruthin; St David's; Senghennydd; Stockton-on-Tees; Swansea (Tontine Street and Alexandra Road); Tafarnau Bach; Talwrn; Tonypandy; Towyn (Tywyn); Tregaron; Treharris; Tre'r-ddôl; Widnes; Ynysybwl; Ystalyfera; and Ystumtuen, 1820-1976; Methodist Book-Room, Bangor, accounts, minutes and correspondence, 1824-1939; and copies of printed diaries, with entries, 1840-1908, and Methodist Pocket Book, with entries, 1812.

Welsh (Wesleyan) Methodist Connexion.

Welsh societies in Liverpool,

  • NLW MSS 2225B-2226E.
  • File
  • [19 cent.]

Papers relating to Welsh activities in Liverpool, including a minute book, 1856-1857, and other papers relating to the Liverpool Cambrian Society (founded 1807); notices of a proposed circulating library at Seacombe in connection with the Calvinistic Methodist Sunday Schools, 1858, of a 'Welsh Bardic Congress' held at Liverpool, 1851, and of the Liverpool committee for promoting the Llangollen eisteddfod, 1858; a list of subscriptions to the 'Llewelyn Monument', 1857; Welsh translations by D. G. Jones, Liverpool of English poetry; press cuttings; etc.

William George (Bootle) Papers,

  • GB 0210 WILGOBTLE
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1952 /

Papers of William George, 1875-1952, including George family papers, 1875-[1932]; and papers relating to the Liverpool Welsh National Society, 1898-1956.

George, William, of Bootle.

Cofnodion Pwyllgor Yr Angor, Glannau Mersi,

  • GB 0210 ANGOR
  • fonds
  • 1979-1987 /

Papurau Pwyllgor yr Angor, 1979-1987, yn cynnwys gohebiaeth, tanysgrifiadau, hysbysebion, cyfriflenni banc, anfonebau a phapurau personol,1979-1983, a chofnodion ariannol, 1983-1987 = Papers of the Committee of Yr Angor, 1979-1987, comprising correspondence, subscriptions, advertisements, bank statements, invoices and personal papers, 1979-1983, and financial records, 1983-1987.

Angor (Lerpwl a Glannau Mersi)

Cofnodion Cylch y Pump ar Hugain, Lerpwl,

  • GB 0210 COFAIN
  • fonds
  • 1932-1981 /

Llyfrau cofnodion Cylch y Pump ar Hugain, Lerpwl,1932-1981, a braslun teipysgrif o hanes a thraddodiadau y gymdeithas = Minute books of Cylch y Pump ar Hugain, Liverpool, 1932-1981, and a typescript outline of the society's history and traditions.

Cylch y Pump ar Hugain.