- 1855-1885 (Creation)
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172 ff. (106 numbered items)
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Letters addressed to John Ceiriog Hughes mainly on literary and eisteddfodic matters. The correspondents (O-P) include John Owen (Owain Alaw), 1863-1876, Joseph Parry (Pencerdd America), 1869-1871, Sir Thomas Duncombe Love Jones-Parry, 1872, John Roland Phillips, 1873, Thomas Price, Aberdare, 1866-1870, and Robert John Pryse (Gweirydd ap Rhys), 1855-1863.
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For a more detailed list of contents see Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume III (Aberystwyth, 1961), pp. 196-197.
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Formerly Ceiriog MS 22.
Preferred citation: NLW MS 10186D.
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- Hughes, John Ceiriog, 1832-1887 -- Correspondence (Subject)
- Jones-Parry, Thomas Love Duncombe, Sir, 1832-1891 (Subject)
- Pryse, Robert John, 1807-1889 (Subject)
- Owen, John, 1821-1883 (Subject)
- Phillips, John Roland, 1844-1887 (Subject)
- Price, T. (Thomas), 1820-1888 (Subject)
- Parry, Joseph, 1841-1903 (Subject)