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Abstract of log book,

A notebook containing an 'Abstract of the Log of the Ship Robert Small 6th Voyage To Calcutta and the Cape' kept by D. Evans, midshipman, from 30 July, 1840 to 2 March, 1841. At the end of the volume are accounts of payments, 1845-1851, made by Bridget Evans, Ciliau Wen, for her son Edward Higgon Evans 'From the time I settled him as an Apprentice to George Phillips Esquire Surgeon now living in Dark Street, Haverfordwest ...'.

D. Evans and Bridget Evans.

Llyfr Cerddi William Morgan,

A volume labelled 'Llyfr Cerddi William Morgan', being a collection largely of poetry compiled during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century by William Morgan (died 1728), Plassegwynio[n], Llanymawddwy, Merioneth. It contains 'Yr Eisteddfod ynghaerwys ... y 26 o fis May yn y nawfed flwyddyn o deyrnasiad y fre[n]hines Elizabeth ...' [1567], being a list of the gentlemen before whom it was held and of those who graduated in 'cerdd dafod' and 'cerdd dant'; 'cywyddau' by Mr Edmont Prees, Sion Philip, Gryffyth Lloyd ab Dafydd ab Einion Lligliw, Dafydd Nanmor, Ifan ap Howel Swrd[w]al, Ifan Tudur Penllyn, Dafydd ap Gwylim, Gruffyth Phylip fardd, William Phylip, Sion Tudur, Dafydd ap Ievan Lloyd, Sion Kerri, Dafydd Lloyd ap Llewelyn ap Gruffyth, Lewis Morganwg, Richard Lloyd, John David, Gutto Glyn, Lewis ab Edward, Simwynt Vychan, William Puw Llafar, Lewis Môn, Huw Llyn, Rees Edneved, Richard Phyllip, John Vaughan ('Esqr. o Gaer Gai'), John Rhydderch, Gwilym ab Syfnyn, Gruffyth ap Gronwy Gethin, Edward Vrien, William Cynwal and Rowland Price; 'englynion' by John Vaughan [Caer-gai], Syr Rees Cadwalada[r], Moris Robert, Robert Edward Lewis and John Davyd, and anonymous 'englynion'; 'carolau', 'cerddi', 'ymddiddanion', 'penillion', etc. by Evan Thomas, Cathring Sion, Gaynor Llwyd, Thomas Evan, Moris Richard, Huwkyn Sion, Hugh Moris, Gryffyth Moris Evan, Mr Edward Jones ('Vicar Mychynlleth'), Llywelun Cadwaladr, Sir Rees Cadwaladr, Rees Ellus, Evan Gruffydd, Mrs Jane Vaughan ('Caer gae'), Cadwaladr y Prydydd, John Morgan ('Vicar Aber Conwy', 1698), Lewis or Plas, Edward John ab Evan, Ellis Edward, John Davyd, Davyd Thomas ('o Sir Drefaldwn'), Thomas Llwyd ('or Rhiw'), Moris Richard and Robertt Evans ('o blwy Meifod'), and anonymous poems in free metres; and pedigrees of the family of Lloyd of Hendre y Mur [Maentwrog, Merioneth] and of William Pugh of Mathafarn [Montgomeryshire]; and 'Prognosticasiwn Sion Tudur'. At the end of the volume is a later section containing English verses and a log of a voyage [to London], 11 May - 11 June 1754. There are also copious additions on the blank pages and in the margins of the volume, including poetry by Cadwaladr ap Dewi and Dafudd Gryffydd ('ai Dychreuodd, John Llwyd ai diweddodd'); transcripts, 1721 and undated, of depositions and an incomplete lease touching properties in the township of Lowarch and in Lanerchvyda, Merioneth; undated accounts, e.g. 'Potatws a Count'; etc. There is an entry in the hand of 'Mair' [Richards, Darowen], 1853.

Ship's log book,

A log book of the ship 'York', under the command of Captain William Hoddart, 3 December, 1785-29 March, 1787, including a list of the ship's company and an account of her voyage to St. Helena and China.

William Hoddart.

Ship's log-book,

  • NLW MS 23149B
  • File
  • 1865-1866 /

A log-book of the ship British Monarch, kept by the commander, Thomas Bowen Rees, containing an account of her voyage from Liverpool to Calcutta, June-October 1865 (ff. 1 verso-23 verso), and from Calcutta to London, December 1865 - April 1866 (inverted text ff. 27-54 verso). Also included is a draft letter, ca. 1866, from Thomas Bowen Rees to 'Mrs Rowlands', ?'Yet y Cwrt', near Newport, co. Pembroke (inverted text f. 26 recto-verso); and notes in Welsh in praise of the Sunday School (inverted text ff. 24-5 verso).

Rees, Thomas Bowen