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Anfarwoldeb yr enaid,

  • NLW MS 11893A.
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  • [19 cent.] /

Notes for an essay or address on 'Anfarwoldeb yr enaid' by Edward Roberts, ' ty Capel, Great [?Mersey] Street, Liverpool'.

Roberts, Edward, Great Mersey Street, Liverpool

D. D. Williams manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSDDWILL
  • Fonds
  • [1905x1908]-[1937x1938]

Manuscripts, [1905x1908]-[1937x1938], of the Rev. David David Williams, comprising mainly essays on cultural, literary and historical topics submitted for competition at the National Eisteddfod; together with a draft summary of a proposed history of Wales, and an album of correspondence and miscellaneous papers.

Williams, D. D. (David David), 1862-1938


  • NLW MS 11053C
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  • [1836x1859].

A volume lettered 'Detholion', containing printed matter and press cuttings mainly relating to Welsh eisteddfodau. The printed matter includes an announcement, 1849, of the sale of building land on the Gloddaeth estate of the Hon. E. M. L. Mostyn, M.P.; correspondence, 1836, between the Reverend D. James, Kirkdale, Liverpool, and Arthur James Johnes, Garthmyl, concerning a resolution of thanks by the Liverpool Society of Ancient Britons to Arthur James Johnes 'for his laudable attempt to remove the abuses which have crept into the established church in Wales through the appointment of English bishops and English incumbents ...'; a prospectus of an eisteddfod to be held at Liverpool on 1 March, 1838, under the auspices of the Liverpool Society of Ancient Britons; an appeal by the London Society of Ancient Britons for subscriptions to a fund for the delivering of lectures in Welsh on scientific subjects and for the translation into Welsh of scientific treatises, etc.; minutes of proceedings of the Liverpool Gordovigion Royal Eisteddfod, 1840; etc. The majority of the press cuttings are from The Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald, The North Wales Chronicle, The Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian, and The Merthyr Chronicle, and include a report on the Beaumaris Royal Eisteddfod, 1832; a letter, 1837, by John Parry ('Bardd Alaw'); a report of a meeting of the Wrexham Literary Association [1859]; letters of John Jones ('Talhaiarn') and others relating to the failure of the London Eisteddfod of 1855; a report of a concert given by the Liverpool Welsh Choral Society [1849]; letters relating to criticisms of adjudications at the Cardiff Athenaeum eisteddfod, 1851; poetry; songs; etc.

Evan Owen Manuscripts,

  • NLW MSS 10443-10548.
  • Fonds
  • [1871x1925] /

Papers, [1871x1921], largely comprising historical and other material by or collected by Evan Owen which relates to the Welsh Baptist churches in Liverpool and surrounding districts, together with material relating to the temperance movement in Liverpool and surrounding districts, and to Baptist churches and the temperance movement in other parts of England and in Wales. Also included in the collection are essays on theological subjects by Evan Owen; letters, 1877-1921, addressed to Evan Owen; and material relating to Susannah Owen, wife of Evan Owen.

Owen, Evan, Liverpool d. ?1925

Letters of Richard Cobden

  • NLW MS 11340B
  • File
  • 1849, 1872-1887, 1958

A holograph letter from Ric[hard] Cobden to [Joseph] Sturge, 1849 (the progress of the peace movement, a tribute to Henry Richard); correspondence, 1872-8, relating to the proposed publication by the Cobden Club of the letters of Richard Cobden, including holograph letters to Henry Richard from Thos. Thomasson; Mrs Catherine Anne Cobden; Thomas B. Potter; [Sir] Louis Mallet; Henry Ashworth; [Sir] Thomas Bazley; [Sir] Edward Baines; C[harles] Cobden; W. Cowper Temple; and others; and copies of correspondence between Mrs. Catherine Anne Cobden, Thos. Thomasson, Henry Richard, and others; and holograph letters to Henry Richard from John Morley, Viscount Morley of Blackburn, 1878 (the writer's proposed biography of Richard Cobden; A. J. Mundella, 1882; J[ohn] Thomas, Congregational minister, Liverpool, 1887 (Samuel Morley's contribution to Congregational and other causes in Wales, the writer's proposed biography of the Reverend Thomas Rees, Swansea); and others. Bound with the letters is an offprint of an article by the donor, the Reverend H. R. Evans, M.C., M.A., on 'Henry Richard and Cobden's Letters', published in The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1958, pp. 54-81.

Cobden, Richard, 1804-1865

Letters to Clwydfardd, &c.

  • NLW MS 10909C.
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  • 1887-1933

Holograph letters to David Griffith (Clwydfardd), Archdruid of Wales, the correspondents including John Evans, Pontypridd, 1894, John Thomas (Eifionydd), 1894, and T. H. Thomas (Arlunydd Penygarn), 1892-1894; and holograph and autograph letters to Mrs [Sally] Chambers, Abergele, daughter of Clwydfardd, from Anna [Fison] Thomas (Morfydd Eryri), 1894, Francis Knollys (aft. 1st viscount Knollys), Meurig Lloyd Davies, Toronto, 1933, grandson of Clwydfardd, and others. The letters contain references to the Liverpool Welsh National Society; Moriah Calvinistic Methodist church literary society, Caernarvon; St David's Society of Toronto; and Clwydfardd's health, last illness and death, etc.

Griffith, David, 1800-1894

Methodistiaid Calfinaidd Lerpwl,

  • NLW MS 11301A
  • File
  • 1833-1874.

A volume entitled 'Llyfr Coffadwriaeth yn cynwys y pethau hynotaf yr ymdrinwyd a hwynt mewn cyfarfodydd eglwysig a gynhaliwyd, ac a gynhelir yn wythnosol (yn gylchynol) yn y tri Chapel perthynol i'r Trefnyddion Calvinaidd yn Liverpool Mai 13eg, 1833 ...'. The contents of the volume consist of detailed entries of admissions, 1833-50; deaths, 1833-50, 1865-74; excommunications, 1833-74; and collections to relieve the debt on individual meeting-houses and towards the Bible Society, Missionary Society, etc., 1833-41. The three meeting-houses referred to on the fly-leaf are Pall Mall, Bedford Street, and Rose Place, but other meeting-houses are subsequently represented, including Mulbree (Mulberry) Street, Burlington Street, Oil Street, Pembroke Street, Windsor, Birkenhead, and Seacombe.

Miscellaneous papers,

Miscellaneous papers taken from the commonplace book of Owen Jones, including statistics of the Welsh population of Liverpool in 1874, a list of members of the Calvinistic Methodist monthly meeting in the 'Seiat Fawr', 1875-6; draft poetry; and a draft of an essay by Adam Friedrich Oeser.

Owen Jones.

Records of hospital visits,

  • NLW MSS 11232-11246B
  • File
  • 1896-1913 /

Fifteen notebooks containing 'Cyfrif o'm Goruchwyliaeth' or records of visits to Welsh patients at Liverpool hospitals and elsewhere, 1896-1913, by the Reverend John Evans (1847-1921), Calvinistic Methodist Town Missionary, of Beaconsfield Street, Princes Road, Liverpool. Mounted or stitched into the volumes are a large number of relevant letters and postcards addressed to John Evans, among the correspondents being J. J. Roberts ('Iolo Caernarfon'), Portmadoc, 1897-[9], Griffith Ellis, Bootle, 1898-1908, Rosina Davies, Treherbert, 1898, [Evan Rees] ('Dyfed'), Cardiff, 1902, W. Pari Huws, Dolgellau, 1904, Thomas Levi, Aberystwyth, 1904, The Religious Tract Society, 1904-7, [J. O. Williams] ('Pedrog'), 1906-11, etc.

Evans, John, C.M. Minister of Liverpool, 1847-1921.


  • NLW MSS 11247D, 11248-11252B
  • File
  • 1884-1910 /

Six scrapbooks of newspaper cuttings and manuscript notes compiled by the Reverend John Evans, Liverpool, approximately during the period 1884-1910. They contain accounts of religious and public meetings in Liverpool and elsewhere (e.g. the Liverpool Institute prize distribution, 1884, the opening of the Liverpool Overhead Railway, 1893); obituaries (e.g. Thomas Rees, D.D., Swansea, 1885, Edward Stephen ('Tanymarian'), 1885, Edward Matthews, Ewenny, 1892, John Hughes, D.D., Caernarvon, 1893, John Evans ('Eglwys Bach'), 1897, Thomas Gee, Denbigh, 1898, Dr. Joseph Parry, 1903, etc.); sermons and addresses (e.g. by Principal Thomas Charles Edwards, John Phillips, Bangor, Owen Evans, D.D., London, H. Elvet Lewis ('Elfed'), etc.); poetry, generlaly in the form of 'in memoriam' verses; portraits; rules of Rose Place Day School, Liverpool, established in 1844; a table of events in the history of Tabernacle Congregational Church, Liverpool, from 1800 to 1907; a history of Chatham Street Calvinistic Methodist Church, Liverpool, from 1839 to 1910; Brief Sketch of the past & present of Denbigh Castle (n.d.), etc. The volumes are indexed.

Evans, John, C.M. Minister of Liverpool, 1847-1921.