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Letters mainly addressed to E. W. Evans, largely in connection with contributions to Y Goleuad and other publications.
The correspondents include G. Osborne Morgan, Wrexham, etc., 1887-1895 and [n.d.] (opposition to the erection of a chapel, Local Government Bill, etc.); John Morgan, Cardiff, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); W. Prichard-Morgan, [M.P. for Merthyr Tydfil], 1892 (interference in an appointment outside the writer’s constituency); John Morley, viscount Morley of Blackburn, 1887 (declining to write a letter); T. E. Morris, Porthmadog, 1900 (the writer’s biography, in connection with the Merioneth parliamentary election); P. D. Morse, Wolf’s Castle, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); Max Nettlau, Bloomsbury, 1888 (the writer’s study of Welsh dialects); Thomas George Baring, 1st earl of Northbrook, 1887 (Disestablishment); David Owen, solicitor, Bangor, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); J. Owen, The Deanery, St. Asaph, 1889 (declining an invitation to write to Y Goleuad); L. Owen, Llanfihangel [Glyn Myfyr], Corwen [1901] (the case of W. O. Jones); Owen J. Owen, Rockferry, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones, the proposed Liverpool edition of Y Goleuad), with a copy reply; John Parry, Llanarmon, Mold, 1888 (a contribution to Cymru Fydd); Love Jones Parry [Madryn], 1885; Robert Parry (Robyn Ddu Eryri), Ludlow (contributions to Y Goleuad, etc.); D. Phillips, Swansea, 1890 (a publication for the writer); D. Phillips, Glogue, Llanfyrnach, 1901 (contribution to Y Goleuad, a mis-quotation by Y Tyst from Y Goleuad); Thomas Powel, University College, Cardiff, 1889 (a contribution to Y Goleuad on book-reading); Pryce Pryce-Jones, Newtown, [n.d.] (the purchase of the first number of Merionethshire News); Owen Prys, Trevecca College, etc., 1895 and [n.d.] (condolence, the function of Bala and Trevecca Colleges); Hugh Pugh [of Mostyn], [n.d.] (Mary Jones and the British and Foreign Bible Society); and H. J. Ellis Nanney, Criccieth, 1888 and [n.d.] (the writer’s treatment of the recipient’s uncle).


Letters mainly addressed to E. W. Evans, with some to William Williams, Dolgellau, and others largely in connection with contributions to Y Goleuad and other publications.
The correspondents include Alfred George Edwards, bishop of St. Asaph, 1890; Griffith Ellis, Bootle, 1886, with copies of letters of E. W. Evans, 1885-1886 (a controversy over the publication of the writer's Hanes Methodistiaeth Corris); Thomas E[dward] Ellis, Cynlas, Llandderfel, etc., 1884-1896, with copies and drafts of letters of E. W. Evans (contributions to Y Goleuad, the editorship of Cymru Fydd, the publication of Merionethshire News, the eviction of the recipient's father David Evans, Cae Einion, Dolgellau, and other tenants of H. J. Ellis Nanney, Liberal nominations in local government elections); De Charles Evans, Conway, 1901 (the case of W. O. Jones); D. Silvan Evans, Llanwrin Rectory, 1888-1898 (hymnology, editions of the Welsh Prayer Book, the publication of the writer's Welsh Dictionary?); J. Daniel Evans, Garston, 1901; John Evans, Aber Rectory, 1889; Thomas John Evans, Llanfynydd School, Mold, 1867 (personal); William Evans, Liverpool, 1901-1902 (the case of W. O. Jones); W. Wynn Evans, solicitor, Wrexham, 1901 (proceedings against the recipient); Thomas Gee, Denbigh, 1891 (contributions to Y Gwyddoniadur Cymreig); J. Monro Gibson, South Hampstead, 1907; Richard Glover, Bristol, 1908; and Ellis Griffith, Cambridge, 1887 (the editorship of Cymru Fydd).

Lloyd George Manuscripts

  • Fonds
  • 1890-1968

Papers, 1886-1968, of the Lloyd George family. The collection is comprised mainly of correspondence, the bulk of which is addressed to David Lloyd George, mostly from contemporary political figures and from members of his family. The political correspondence relates largely to Welsh affairs, including Disestablishment, the Welsh Church Commission, education and the investiture of the Prince of Wales in 1911, as well as to the Irish Question and the First World War. David Lloyd George's family correspondence includes letters, [c. 1886]-1941, between David Lloyd George and his wife Margaret, from David Lloyd George to his uncle Richard Lloyd, 1890-1916, and to David Lloyd George from his brother William George, 1891-1915; other family correspondence includes letters to Margaret Lloyd George, 1893-1939, from various correspondents, and from Margaret Lloyd George mainly to her daughter Olwen Carey-Evans, 1917-1939; correspondence and papers of Megan Lloyd George, daughter of David and Margaret Lloyd George, including letters, 1939-1957, to and from Labour politician Philip Noel-Baker and from other correspondents, 1910-1966, including her parents, together with a tour journal, 1923-1924, and diary, 1947, and correspondence and papers, 1914-[c. 1963], of Gwilym Lloyd George, son of David and Margaret Lloyd George, including a typescript draft, [c. 1960]-1962, of his (unpublished) autobiography; together with speech notes, notebooks and miscellaneous papers, [c. 1904]-1939, of David Lloyd George, and correspondence and papers, 1898-1909, relating to Mair Eluned Lloyd George, daughter of David and Margaret Lloyd George.

Lloyd George, David, 1863-1945

Lord Rendel Papers

  • GB 0210 RENDEL
  • Fonds
  • 1819-1996

Papers of Stuart Rendel and family members, including papers relating to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and the proposal to establish the National Library of Wales and its development during the early years of its existence, 1883-1916; speeches, addresses and political papers relating to disestablishment of the church in Wales and the 1889 Intermediate Education Act, 1882-1909; press cuttings, 1881-1913; photographs, 1892; miscellaneous letters, 1878-1912; letters to Stuart Rendel, 1853-1912, including letters from A. C. Humphreys Owen, 1877-1905, family letters, 1853-1902, and letters from prominent political figures and Welsh public figures; letters and copies of letters from Rendel, 1880-1912; diaries, mainly recording details of Stuart Rendel's business activities, 1863-1869; notes of conversations with W. E. Gladstone, John Morley and H. H. Asquith, 1888-1910; papers relating to Chinese affairs and French and Chinese peace talks, 1884-1886; papers of James Meadows Rendel, including letters, 1828-1856, and papers relating to his estate, 1856-1859; letters of Catherine Jane Rendel, 1845-1855; letters and papers of George Wightwick Rendel, 1871-1902; papers relating to Rendel's other brothers, 1841-1889, and his daughters, 1882-1910; letters and papers of Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel, 1898-1959, and other papers concerning him, 1963-1977; papers, mainly letters, of the Goodhart family, 1819-1957; papers of Miss Rosemary Rendel, 1986-1996; papers of Sir George William Rendel, including: Foreign Office papers, 1917-1967, correspondence, 1912-1973, papers relating to the Catholic Union of Great Britain, 1942-1979, lectures, diaries and notes, 1915-1954, personal and family papers, 1908-1980, and material relating to the book The Sword and the Olive (1957), 1954-1986.

Rendel, Stuart Rendel, Baron, 1834-1913

W. Llewelyn Williams Papers,

  • GB 0210 WLLEWWIL
  • Fonds
  • 1861-2005 /

Papers of W. Llewelyn Williams, KC, MP, 1861-2005, comprising diaries, letters, professional papers, printed material, personal papers, and papers accumulated by his family after his death. The collection also includes the research papers of Neville C. Masterman relating to the life and political career of W. Llewelyn Williams.

Williams, W. Llewelyn (William Llewelyn), 1867-1922.

Welsh Political Ephemera Collection,

  • GB 0210 EPHEMERA
  • Fonds
  • 1837-2023 (accumulated [1911]-2022)

The collection consists of election addresses, leaflets, circulars and other printed matter, 1837-1991, generally acquired before the establishment of the Welsh Political Archive; election addresses, leaflets etc., 1905-2019, collected by the WPA; and printed materials, 1887-2019, concerning the political parties in Wales, various pressure groups and organisations, subject files, and other miscellaneous papers.

Welsh Political Archive.

Cofiant Thomas Edward Ellis, Cyfrol I

  • NLW MS 16362C.
  • file
  • [?1942]-[1944]

Llawysgrif, wedi ei baratoi ar gyfer y wasg, o fywgraffiad T. I. Ellis o'i dad, Thomas Edward Ellis, Cofiant: Cyfrol I (1859-1886) (Lerpwl, 1944). = Manuscript, prepared for the press, of T. I. Ellis's biography of his father, Thomas Edward Ellis, Cofiant: Cyfrol I (1859-1886) (Liverpool, 1944).
Ysgrifennwyd y llawysgrif yn bennaf ar ddalennau rhydd o lyfrau ateb arholiadau. Mae cywiriadau, arnodiadau a throednodiadau wedi eu hychwanegu mewn pensil; mae nifer o frawddegau a rhai paragraffau wedi eu dileu, yn arbennig ar ff. 2, 19, 213 a 223, ac mae newidiadau ac ychwanegiadau sylweddol wedi eu darparu ar ddalennau ychwanegol. Mae'r newidiadau yma wedi eu hymgorffori yn y fersiwn cyhoeddedig. = The manuscript is written mostly on loose leaves from exam answer books. Corrections, annotations and footnotes have been added in pencil; several sentences and some whole paragraphs have been deleted, in particular on ff. 2, 19, 213 and 223, with major alterations and additions supplied on additional leaves. These alterations are incorporated in the published version.

Ellis, T. I. (Thomas Iorwerth), 1899-1970.