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Autograph Letters

One of four volumes comprising three hundred and sixty-four autograph letters and copies and drafts of letters of the period 1787-1930. The two main groups among them are those addressed to 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones, but there are also two very much smaller groups of letters to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn') and Benjamin Thomas, Baptist minister at Culmstock, Devon, and nephew of Joshua Thomas, Leominster. They are generally of personal, religious, or Baptist interest, although a number of letters addressed to 'Nefydd ' relate also to his educational activities. -- Among the subjects discussed in MSS 7163-6 are British Schools at Penmorfa, Llandygwydd, Devynnock, Llandilo, Abertillery, Llantrisant, Cwmdare, and Five Roads, Llanelly, and appeals for financial assistance for the Baptist churches at Caernarvon, Tenby, Cwmsarnddu, Llanfyllin, and Stanhope Street, Liverpool. Letters from America are chiefly of a denominational character. David Thomas, Llwyn, discusses the reaction in Carmarthenshire to the French Revolution and refers to meetings held at Carmarthen and Llandovery to pledge loyalty to the Government and to burn an effigy of Tom Paine. Several of the letters are endorsed with sermon notes and memoranda by 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones. -- The writers in the present group include: Benjamin Owen, Pant Llin, Bodeiliog Uchaf, and Denbigh; Owen Owens, Pwllheli and Beaumaris; Edward Palmer and others on behalf of the Working Men's Hall, Shrewsbury; John Parry, Blaenau; Jas. Peake, Hereford, to Aneirin Jones; John Peter, Bala; Evan Phillips, Abercarn; Jno. Phillips, Graigarw Cottage; J. G. Phillips, Five Roads, Llanelly; W. T. Phillips, Llanelly; Dafydd Phylip, from 'Swyddfa Mr. Gomer', Swansea, and Browyr; Thos. Pierce, Liverpool; C. A. Price, Glenvelyn; Thomas Price, Aberdare; Elizabeth Prichard to the Overseers of the parish of Liverpool; John Prichard, Llangollen; T. Prichard Evans, Ystrad Mynach; Wm. Prosser, London; Jno. Radcliffe [Liverpool]; Thomas Raffles and James Widows, Liverpool, on behalf of the West Lancashire Auxiliary of the London Missionary Society; Margaret Rees, Llandovery; W. Rees, Peterston-super-Ely; Brinley Richards, Kensington; J. Richards, Pontypridd; J. Richards, Five Roads, Llanelly; Sarah Richards, Monmouth; W. Richards; Anne Roberts, Bringoleu; Jane [Roberts]; John Roberts, Glyndyfrdwy; John Roberts, New Quay; John and Jane Roberts to Mrs. Ann Griffith, Bodffary; Robert Roberts, St. Asaph; 'Nefydd' to Ellis Evans, Daniel Jones, etc.; Job Evans and others, Llantrisant; Maria Rogers; Wm. Roos, artist, London; John Rowland, Abergavenny, to Mrs. Rowland at Odiham, and to Daniel Jones; M. Rowland, Preston; M. and J. Rowland; David Rowlands, Pwllheli; Thos. Rowlands, Liverpool; D. Saunders; David Smart, Ruthin; O. Smith to [Benjamin] Thomas at Culmstock, Devon; W. Spurrell, Carmarthen; and Mary Stephen, Swansea.

Autograph Letters

One of four volumes comprising three hundred and sixty-four autograph letters and copies and drafts of letters of the period 1787-1930. The two main groups among them are those addressed to 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones, but there are also two very much smaller groups of letters to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn') and Benjamin Thomas, Baptist minister at Culmstock, Devon, and nephew of Joshua Thomas, Leominster. They are generally of personal, religious, or Baptist interest, although a number of letters addressed to 'Nefydd ' relate also to his educational activities. -- Among the subjects discussed in MSS 7163-6 are British Schools at Penmorfa, Llandygwydd, Devynnock, Llandilo, Abertillery, Llantrisant, Cwmdare, and Five Roads, Llanelly, and appeals for financial assistance for the Baptist churches at Caernarvon, Tenby, Cwmsarnddu, Llanfyllin, and Stanhope Street, Liverpool. Letters from America are chiefly of a denominational character. David Thomas, Llwyn, discusses the reaction in Carmarthenshire to the French Revolution and refers to meetings held at Carmarthen and Llandovery to pledge loyalty to the Government and to burn an effigy of Tom Paine. Several of the letters are endorsed with sermon notes and memoranda by 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones. -- The writers in the present group include: W. R. Baxter, British and Foreign School Society; C. M. Birrell, Liverpool; D. Bowen, ? Blaenau, to his son, a Mormon; J. Bowman, Formby; Isaac Bowmans, Wavertree; M. Bowman and Jane Jones, Preston; J. Bowstead, Education Department, London; David Bruce [Liverpool]; David Charles, Trevecka College; W. Clayton, Liverpool; D. Isaac Davies, Bristol; D. L. Davies, Swansea; E. H. Davies, Liverpool; Elias Davies, David Roberts, and William Rees, Felinfoel; H. B. Davies; Ioan Davies; John Davies, Rhosllannerchrugog; John Davies, 'Flowar Delar', Cynwyd; Stanhope Street Baptist Church, Liverpool; Joseph Davies, Cradley; Joshua Davies, Penmorfa; T. Davies, Llangynidr; Thomas Davies [Lixwm Green]; Thomas Davies, Llandeilo; Thomas Davies, Llanfyllin; Ebenezer Williams; W. R. Davies, Dowlais; J. Dawson, Lyme, Dorset, to Benjamin Thomas at Upton on Severn; W. Dugdale; Jas. C. Duncan and I. Oliver Jones, Liverpool Town Mission; John Edwards, Ruthin and Nantyglo; John Edwards, Cardiff; John Edwards, Liverpool; Robert Ellis ('Cynddelw'); Christmas Evans; Christmas Evans and twenty-one other Baptist ministers from Llanerchymedd to the church at Holyhead; David Evans, Principality Office, Cardiff; David D, Evans, Carmarthen and Pontrhydyryn; E. Evans, London; Evan Evans, Caernarvon; John Evans, Llansantffraid Glan Conway; Lewis Evans, Llandeilo; Martha Evans, Llanfair, to her brother Benjamin Thomas at Prescott; Thomas Evans, Caernarvon; Thomas Evans, Stamp Office, Brecon; William Evans, Aberystwyth; W. M. Evans, Carmarthen; Moses Fisher, Liverpool; Joshua G. Fitch, British and Foreign School Society, to W. Phillips; Tho. Francis, Pontypridd; Andrew G. Fuller, London; J. Lewis, Blaenau; John Garnon, 'Ieuan Ferddig', Merthyr Tydfil; Thomas Gee, Denbigh; Wm. George, Wakefield [father of the first Earl Lloyd George]; H. Griffiths; T. Griffiths, Caernarvon; J. Henry Griffiths to the Reverend T. Raffles Liverpool; J. W. Griffiths, Caernarvon and Bradford; Wm. Griffiths, Rhos; Dl. Gwilim; B.H. [Mold]; Wm. Hardee, Boverton; Joseph Harris ('Gomer') to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn'); John Heaton, Haworth, to B[enjamin] Thomas at Wellington; John Herring, Cardigan; John Hier, New Swindon; J. Hiley, Pilgrim's Rest; Robert Hill, New Swindon; Thos. Hodgson to the Reverend [John] Rowland; Tho. Holman, County Gaol, Monmouth; Thomas Arthur Hope, Everton; L. B. Houghton [Liverpool]; H. Hughes, Neath; John Hughes, woollen merchant, Llangollen; Peter Hughes, Rothesay, to Ellis Evans; and Geo. W. Humphreys, Merthyr Tydfil.

Autograph Letters

One of four volumes comprising three hundred and sixty-four autograph letters and copies and drafts of letters of the period 1787-1930. The two main groups among them are those addressed to 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones, but there are also two very much smaller groups of letters to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn') and Benjamin Thomas, Baptist minister at Culmstock, Devon, and nephew of Joshua Thomas, Leominster. They are generally of personal, religious, or Baptist interest, although a number of letters addressed to 'Nefydd ' relate also to his educational activities. -- Among the subjects discussed in MSS 7163-6 are British Schools at Penmorfa, Llandygwydd, Devynnock, Llandilo, Abertillery, Llantrisant, Cwmdare, and Five Roads, Llanelly, and appeals for financial assistance for the Baptist churches at Caernarvon, Tenby, Cwmsarnddu, Llanfyllin, and Stanhope Street, Liverpool. Letters from America are chiefly of a denominational character. David Thomas, Llwyn, discusses the reaction in Carmarthenshire to the French Revolution and refers to meetings held at Carmarthen and Llandovery to pledge loyalty to the Government and to burn an effigy of Tom Paine. Several of the letters are endorsed with sermon notes and memoranda by 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones. -- The writers in the present group include: S. B. Jackson to the minister, superintendent, and teachers at the Baptist Church, St. Thomas's Buildings [Liverpool]; Jno. James, Aberystwyth and Bridgend (one to Christmas Evans); James Jarman and John Williams; John Jenkins, junior, Cardiff; Ll. Jenkins, Maesycwmwr, to ['Ap Nefydd']; Sarah R. Jenkins, Newport, to Mrs. Edwards; Thomas Johns, Cymmer, Porth; Messrs. Jones & Bickerton Williams [Liverpool]; Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn'), Holyhead; P.A. Môn', on behalf of the Baptist church at Holyhead, to Baptist ministers and brethren of Anglesey; D. Jones; Catherine Jones, Ruthin, to her husband, Willm. Jones, Liverpool; Jane Jones and Daniel Jones, Liverpool, to Mrs. Morgan, Erryd, near Llandovery; Daniel Jones, Liverpool, to Enoch Lloyd, Mold, to his aunt, to the Committee of the Friendly Society meeting at Byrom Street Church [Liverpool], to the Committee of the Baptist Building Fund, to the Reverend J. Bowman, Formby, to 'P. A. Môn', to the Chester Baptists, to Dr. Williams, Islington, to David Jones Lewis, to Jane Jones, to 'Nefydd', to the Baptist Church at Great Crosshall Street, and to the Cymreigyddion Society of Liverpool; David Jones, Independent minister, Drewen; David Jones, Llannefydd; David Jones, Star, Newcastle Emlyn; Eliza, daughter of the Reverend Daniel Jones; Evan Jones, Casbach; Evan Jones, Llanwrtyd Wells; E. Jones, Denbigh; E. K. Jones, Wrexham, to Caleb Lewis, Blaenau; George Jared Jones, Melbourne; Hugh Jones, Manchester, to Roger Owen at Liverpool; Jane Jones, Llanelly and Tongwynlais; Jane -, to Ebenezer Thomas ('Eben Fardd'); Jno. Jones, Pwllheli; John Jones, ('Talhaiarn'); John Jones, Llannefydd; J. R. Jones; Lewis Jones, Pwllheli; Robert Isaac Jones ('Alltud Eifion'), Tremadoc; Robt. Jones, Liverpool; R. A. Jones, Swansea; Theophilus Jones, Pughtown and Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania; T. D. Jones at Ely; William Jones and John Griffiths, on behalf of Great Crosshall Street Baptist Church, to the Association meeting at Bangor; Wm. Jones, Assistant Secretary, Religious Tract Society; Wm. Jones, Ebbw Vale; Wm. B. Jones ['Ap P. A. Môn'], New York and Kansas; J. Joshua, Cross Ceelg; John Kelly, for the proposed Dissenting Association at Liverpool; J. Lang; Thos. Langdon, Leeds, to [Benjamin] Thomas at Wellington; R. Lewin, Toronto; R. R. W. Lingen, Committee of Council on Education, London; R. Littler, New York; John Lloyd, Amserau Office, Liverpool; D. Marples [Liverpool]; G. Medley, Byrom Street Chapel Book Society, Liverpool; J. Morgan; Llandovery; Thos. Morgan, New Inn [Cwmsarnddu]; Thomas Morgan, Cardiff; William Morgan, Holyhead; John Morris, Garn Vach; and Saml. Morris, Liverpool.

Autograph Letters

One of four volumes comprising three hundred and sixty-four autograph letters and copies and drafts of letters of the period 1787-1930. The two main groups among them are those addressed to 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones, but there are also two very much smaller groups of letters to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn') and Benjamin Thomas, Baptist minister at Culmstock, Devon, and nephew of Joshua Thomas, Leominster. They are generally of personal, religious, or Baptist interest, although a number of letters addressed to 'Nefydd ' relate also to his educational activities. -- Among the subjects discussed in MSS 7163-6 are British Schools at Penmorfa, Llandygwydd, Devynnock, Llandilo, Abertillery, Llantrisant, Cwmdare, and Five Roads, Llanelly, and appeals for financial assistance for the Baptist churches at Caernarvon, Tenby, Cwmsarnddu, Llanfyllin, and Stanhope Street, Liverpool. Letters from America are chiefly of a denominational character. David Thomas, Llwyn, discusses the reaction in Carmarthenshire to the French Revolution and refers to meetings held at Carmarthen and Llandovery to pledge loyalty to the Government and to burn an effigy of Tom Paine. Several of the letters are endorsed with sermon notes and memoranda by 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones. -- The writers in the present group include: Thomas, Llwyn, to his brother Benjamin Thomas at Wellington and Culmstock; E. Thomas, Bethel Cottage and Cardigan; E. Thomas, Tredegar; Ebenezer Thomas ('Eben Fardd'); George Thomas, Brynmawr; G. G. Thomas, Abersychan; Jenkin Thomas, Oxford; J. Thomas, Tongwynlais; J. Thomas, Liverpool; N[athaniel] Thomas, Cardiff; Timothy Thomas, Islington, to Benjamin Thomas at Culmstock; Zachariah Thomas, Beudyau, to his son Benjamin Thomas at Wellington, Somerset; Wm. Tongue; James Webb, Hounslow; A. Williams, Rhos; W. Williams, Holyhead; Daniel Williams, Little Worton and Cardigan; D. Williams, Miskin; Ebenezer Williams, Defynog; E. P. Williams, Bassaleg; George Williams, Manchester; W. H... .; J. Williams, Newtown; J. Williams, Hirwaun; James Williams, Kinstanley; James Williams, Bwllfa Colliery, Aberdare; John Williams, Dolbenmaen; J. P. Williams, St. Dogmaels, on behalf of Penuel Baptist Church; L. Williams, Llanddulas; Llewellyn Williams, Seren Gomer Office, Carmarthen; Owen Williams, Secretary, Liverpool Cambrian Building Society; O. Williams, Holywell; Rowland Williams, Liverpool; S. Williams, Hermon; Wm. Williams, Caernarvon; Wm. Williams ('Creuddynfab'); Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Wynnstay; 'Y. C. G.', Holyhead, to David Jenkin, Seren Gomer Office, Swansea; and [Joshua Thomas], Leominster, to [Benjamin Thomas] at Wellington; together with some unsigned fragments and drafts. -- This volume also includes seventeen miscellaneous letters of transfer of membership, mainly to Salem Baptist Church, Blaenau, 1829-53.

Barddoniaeth a phregethau,

Two notebooks, one containing notes of sermons heard by Evan Owen, and the other containing 'englynion i'r ehedydd' and draft verses.

Evan Owen.

Bidding account; poetry,

A notebook containing the bidding account of John Davies, 'Account of what we received 22 Decr 1807 being our Wedding Day at The 3 Compassess' (ff. 1-6); an incomplete copy of his elegy Marwnad ar Farwolaeth Owen Rees o Gaerfyrddin ... yn 68 Oed (Caerfyrddin, 1808) (inverted text ff. 8 verso-11 verso); and sermon notes.

John Davies.

Charles and Davies correspondence,

  • NLW MS 10549B.
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  • 1841-1876.

Letters by Margaret Wozencraft, 1855 and undated; letters by David Charles Davies, Newtown and London, 1851-1871, to his mother and other members of the family; Elizabeth Davies, Pibwr Wen, and Aberystwyth, to her daughter Elizabeth, 1860; and Henry Richard, 1876; and miscellaneous papers, including a list of books bought by David Charles Davies; a note (1841) by John Breese of the baptism of Sarah, daughter of David Charles, Carmarthen, 1792; a programme of the C. M. Quarterly Association at Aberystwyth, 1849; An Answer to Prayer - verses by J. J., Kettering; verses written to the Skinner Street Sunday School teachers; medical prescriptions for Mrs. Robert Davies and Miss Davies, Albion House, Aberystwyth; and sermon notes.

Commonplace book of Robert Roberts,

A commonplace book of the period 1826-8 largely in the hand of Robert Roberts, Tyn y Gors, Hafod Elwy, Nant y glun [Nantglyn], Denbighshire. It includes prognostications of Erra Pater based on the incidence of New Year's Day; receipts and IOU's; hymns; pence multiplication tables; calligraphic exercises; 'penillion telyn' and other free-metre poetry; memoranda relating to Tyn y Gors tithes; a list of sermon texts; astrological diagrams and prognostications based on the phases of the moon and the incidence of thunder ('llywodraieth y lleaud ar gorph dyn ag anifail yn ol ei simudiad trwyr Deuddeng arwudd ynghyd ar nodau' and 'wrth anser [sic] y digwyddo Tranau'); 'englynion' addressed to Peter Roberts; land tax accounts; etc.

Excise accounts, etc.

An excise book containing four pages of excise accounts, [c. 1799]; texts of sermons; anonymous stanzas; free-metre poetry by D[avid] Thomas ['Dafydd Ddu Eryri'] ('Aelod o Gymdeithas y Dderwen freiniol'), 1788 and undated, and T[?homas] Edwards [?'Twm o'r Nant']; verses left at the White Lion, Calais, and at the Ship Inn Dover, 'suppos'd to be written by Mrs. Piozzi'; a list (numbered 1-32) of curious flowers and plants at Trefeilir, Anglesey; an anonymous 'cywydd'; and a recipe.

Halsingau

Religious poems by Evan Thomas, Isaac John, David Thomas, and Zacheus Davies (Llanbadarn Trefegwlys), who also transcribed the poems; 'ymddiddan Hen Wr dall a'r Ange'; and notes of sermons including one by Mr. Rowlands [? of Llangeitho].

Thomas, Evan, ca. 1710-ca. 1770

John Williams

A notebook begun in 1826 by John Williams (1806-1856), Baptist minister and author of Yr Oraclau Bywiol, containing essays, sermons, poems, etc.

Williams, John, 1806-1856

Legal and other papers

Miscellaneous legal and other papers. They include details of the debt on the Baptist chapel at Caernarvon, 1828-1842; a receipt, dated 1826, for payment for printing 750 copies of 'Llythyrau Cymanfa y Bedyddwyr'; resolutions passed at a meeting held in the house of John Thomas, in the village of Cross Inn, 1850, relating to the building of a Baptist chapel; share certificates in the Brynmawr Gas Company held by 'Nefydd'; a draft of a petition from the inhabitants of Blaenau to the Postmaster General; sermon notes by Daniel Jones; etc.

Jones, Daniel, 1788-1862

Llawysgrif 'Ieuan Gwyllt',

  • NLW MS 12164A.
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  • [1839-1840] /

A manuscript of John Roberts ('Ieuan Gwyllt') used originally as a register of the pupils who enrolled in his school at Nanteos Arms [Capel Seion, near Aberystwyth] from its foundation on 12 June to 1 July 1839. The volume was subsequently used, [c. 1839-1840], to record hymn-tunes, hymns, metrical psalms, etc., by 'Ieuan Gwyllt', and notes of sermons by John Hughes, Pontrobert, [Thomas] Richards, Fishguard, David Howels, Thos. Evans, O. Williams, and H. Hughes, Llanrwst.

Ieuan Gwyllt, 1822-1877

'Llyfr Edward Gamage',

An eighteenth century manuscript consisting of miscellaneous material in the hand of the Reverend Edward Gamage [rector of the parish of St. Athan, co. Glamorgan, 1717-1734] with additions in later eighteenth century hands (see TLLM, tt. 106-07; IM, t. 309; and IMCY, tt. 58-60, 68, 171). In Edward Gamage's own hand are transcripts of Welsh strict- and free-metre poems by Thomas Morgan 'o Dilla garw', Hopkin y Gwaedd 'o Fargam', Rob. Tho[ma]s 'o Sant y Bryd', Thomas Leyshon o'r Prysg', Miles W[illia]m, Thomas W[ilia]m 'o Dregolwyn', Thomas Llewelyn, vicar of Llancarvan, Dafydd Thomas 'o blwyf y Bettws', and Llewelyn ab Iefan, a copy of a letter in Welsh, 23 November 1726, from the said Edward Gamage himself from Sant Athan, to Llewelyn ab Iefan of the parish of Llangrallo [co. Glamorgan], poet, in reply to a request for genealogical information relating to the Stradling family, and, at the reverse end of the volume, 'A Continuation of ye Exposition of ye Church Catechism for ye use of ye Children of ye Parish of Lantwitt Major by E. Gamage, Lecturer and Catechist there', a recipe for a dog bite, and ? sermon notes. Later additions to the volume include transcripts of three stanzas of Welsh verse, one being by Ph'p Morgan b'r Sarnfawr' and one by his daughter Eleanor, miscellaneous English verse some dated 1768, and a few financial items. Four imperfect, printed leaves from a ? seventeenth century edition of metrical psalms with prayers for use in private houses have been bound in at the end of the volume.

Gamage, Edward, -1734?

Llyfr pregethau Samuel Williams,

A manuscript in the hand of Samuel Williams (c. 1660 - c. 1722), vicar of Llandyfriog, Cardiganshire, containing forty-four sermons translated from or based on several authors e.g. [Simon] Patrick [successively bishop of Chichester and of Ely], [Nicholas] Brady [the elder], [Thomas] Adams, [Friedrich] Spanheim, [George] Smalridge [bishop of Bristol], [Theophilus] Dorrington, Cl[ement] Ellis, [Robert] Bragge [dissenting minister], etc. There is a list of contents at the beginning of the volume, and hymns ('Myfi yw'r Adgyfodiad mawr...', etc.) and metrical psalms by [Edmwnd Prys and] William Middleton have been written on the fly-leaves and in blank spaces at the end of some of the sermons. There are some additions, among them the Lord's Prayer, in the hand of the scribe's son, Moses Williams (1685-1742), vicar of Defynnog. Entries on the back of one of the original covers, also in the hand of Moses Williams, indicate that some of the sermons were preached at Dyvynog [Defynnog] and Cap[el] Ill[t]ud during the years 1728-30.

Manafon parochial papers

Material collected by Walter Davies and relating mainly to the parish and church of Manafon, including Manafon tithes, the enclosure of common lands, pews in Manafon church, Queen Anne's Bounty, and the British and Foreign Bible Society; prayers and sermons; a fragment of an address on reading the scriptures [? in the hand of Lewis Bagot, bishop of St. Asaph]; papers relating to the orthography of the Welsh Bible; an essay written by Efrydydd for an Amlwch eisteddfod, 1866, on Cysondeb Daiareg â'r bennod gyntaf o Genesis; a letter, April 1, 1826, from the deacons and elders of The Church of Christ meeting at the old Chapel Llanbrynmair, inviting Samuel Roberts (S.R.) to accept their unanimous call to become co-pastor of the church and assistant to his father at Llanbrynmair; etc.

Miscellanea

Miscellanea, including prayers, sermons, fragments of essays, etc., mainly in the hands of Walter Davies and John Jenkins.

Miscellanea

Miscellanea in the hand of Walter Davies mainly connnected with his work as a clergyman and comprising notes on scripture, sermons, prayers, etc.

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