Welsh poetry -- 19th century.

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A miscellany,

A commonplace book containing miscellaneous poems and prose extracts in the hand of David Roberts Pugh. Among the contents are 'Epigram addressed to the Inhabitants of Carnarvon', 'The Life of John Pugh of Lleyar Bach Nr. Clynnog Carnarvonshire', and 'Can Newydd yn erbyn y Papistiaid ... 1813' by E. Owen, Rhydwen.

Pughe, David Roberts, ca. 1790-1862.

A miscellany,

A small notebook containing 'Englyn ar fedd y diweddar D. R. Pughe, Esq. or Frondidion, Clynnog fawr Gan un oi hen gyffeillion ffyddlon Eben Vardd', and other poems, etc.

Album of the Rev. Ellis Thomas Davies

  • NLW MS 23700C.
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  • 1849-1884.

A volume belonging to the Rev. Ellis Thomas Davies, Independent minister, Abergele, containing poems and greetings in English and Welsh, autographs and sketches, 1849-1885, mainly by other Independent ministers, including Hugh Hughes (Huw Tegai), [1849x1864] (f. 3), Rowland Williams (Hwfa Môn), [1851], 1858 (ff. 3, 18 verso), William Williams (Caledfryn), 1852 (f. 5), William Rees (Gwilym Hiraethog), [1850s] (ff. 8, 55), Thomas Roberts (Scorpion), 1853 (f. 9), Michael D. Jones, [1857x1879] (f. 17), Henry Rees, 1863 (f. 50), Samuel Roberts (S.R.), 1867 (f. 54 verso), R. T. Evans, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1881 (f. 57 verso), Robert Parry (Robyn Ddu Eryri), 1880 (f. 98 verso), and many others including family members.
Among the works quoted are a Latin poem by George Herbert (f. 1 verso) and a Bengali version of John 3.16, 1885 (f. 75 verso). There are englynion in English by David Griffith (Clwydfardd) referring to a visit to the Great Exhibition, 1851 (f. 77). Also included are sketches of a dog, 1878 (f. 31), and of Abergele, 1866 (f. 67).

Davies, E. T. (Ellis Thomas), 1822-1895.

Anerchiadau a barddoniaeth,

Three notebooks containing addresses given at eisteddfodau, meetings of Gorsedd y Beirdd, etc.; Welsh poetry; and various notes.
They include notes on Bardism, the outline of an address on 'John Elias o Fôn', and copies of the programme for the Llandudno National Eisteddfod, 1864, and The Literature of Wales, Reprinted from the Eclectic Review, ed. by Thomas Price (NLW MS 5758A); an address and other notes for the Denbigh National Eisteddfod, 1882 (NLW MS 5759A); and notes on Bishop William Morgan (NLW MS 5760A).

Barddoniaeth a llofnodion,

Miscellaneous papers, [c. 1804]-1918, including holograph poetry in Welsh by Robert Davies (Bardd Nantglyn), Griffith Edwards (Gutyn Padarn) and Thomas Edwards (Twm o'r Nant) (ff. 1-4); a short autobiographical account, 1837, and verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English in the hand of Richard Robert Jones (Dic Aberdaron), including an Hebrew translation by him of a poem by Edward Roberts (Iorwerth Glan Aled) (ff. 6-8); autographs of Thomas Charles, Bala, and Thomas Edwards (Twm o'r Nant), 1804, and William Owen-Pughe (f. 14); and a musical Christmas greeting, 1918, to Philip Thomas from Daniel Protheroe, Chicago (f. 15).

Barddoniaeth a rhyddiaith 'Clwydwenfro'

  • NLW MS 22965C.
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  • 1856-1858

A notebook containing prose and poetry compositions, 1856-1858, mostly in Welsh, by the Reverend John Lloyd James ('Clwydwenfro', 1835-1919). Notes of publication in Welsh newspapers and periodicals, 1856-1857, are appended to some of the compositions.

James, J. Lloyd, 1835-1919

Barddoniaeth amrywiol,

Miscellaneous verse items in Welsh and English including [?holograph] copies of englynion and a cywydd by Ioan Anwyl, Pontypridd, two free-metre stanzas entitled 'Yr Ysgol Newydd a'r Castell Hen' [?Caerffili] by C. Tawelfryn Thomas, and 'Englynion i Ardalydd Môn' by [?William Williams (Gwilym Caledfryn), Dinbych]; a typescript copy of englynion entitled 'Anerch awen yn [oed]fa anrhegu y Parch. Tawelfryn Thomas ar ei ymddiswyddiad o fod yn weinidog Eglwys y Groeswen', [1926]; and a copy of the words of an English song entitled 'My Little Welsh Home', the words and music of which had been written by W. S. Gwynn Williams.

Barddoniaeth 'Carnelian',

  • NLW MSS 7989B, 7990D.
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  • [1854x1910]

Original 'awdlau' and other poems by Coslett Coslett ('Carnelian'), Pontypridd.

Carnelian, 1834-1910

Barddoniaeth Clwydwenfro

  • NLW MS 11533D.
  • File
  • 1856-1884 /

A scrap-book of John Lloyd James (Clwydwenfro), Congregational minister at March, Cambridgeshire, etc. The volume was compiled during the period 1856-1884 and consists largely of original poetry and a few translations by 'Clwydwenfro', in the form of holograph copies, printed sheets, and press cuttings. The titles include 'Lines written on a Visit to the Pembrokeshire Hills', 1878; 'Fy Mam (Esther James)'; 'Fy Llysfamgu (Maria Lloyd)'; 'Pennillion Coffadwriaethol am Jane, merch Mr. D. a Mrs. E. Morris, Railway Tavern, Llandeilo-fawr', 1859; 'Llinellau coffadwriaethol am David Evans, Aberafon ...', 1859; 'Anerchiad i [David Morgan Davies] Byron Myrnach ... ar ei ddychweliad o'r Gogledd, yn Mawrth 1859'; 'Y Myfyriwr Cystuddiedig (Cyflwynedig i Mr. John Oliver, Llanfynydd)', 1860; 'Y flwyddyn un ar hugain! Cyflwynedig i Miss K. Lewis, Glanynant, Eglwysnewydd, ... 1862'; 'Mynwent Hebron', 1862; 'Pontygavel a'r Teulu: Cyflwynedig i Mr. Edward Howell James, ar ei ddyfodiad i'w un-ar-hugain mlwydd oed'; 'Y Gelfyddyd Farddol (cyfieithiad o Horace)', 1863-1865 (together with a prose translation, 1863); 'Ymadawiad Madog. Pryddest', 1878; 'Moel Cwmcerwn', 1866; 'I'r ymfudwr Ieuanc: sef, Penillion i Walter Hugh JAmes (Gwallter Myrnach), o Pontygavel, Llanfyrnach, Dyfed, yr hwn a ymfudodd i New Zealand ddechreu y flwyddyn hon [1866] ...'; 'King Howell the Good's hunting. Prize poem in Whitland Eisteddfod', 1881; 'Bryn Yetwen. Cyflwynedig i'r Parch. J. Davies, Yetwen', 1876; 'Boadicea. A translation of Verses composed by the Rev. J. Davies, Yetwen, to Boadicea, daughter of Rev. J. Ll. James, rendered into English by her father', 1874; 'Anerchiad i [Jonathan N. Davies] Caernalaw', 1877; 'Pennillion Coffadwriaethol ar ol y diweddar Mrs. [Martha] Evans, Caeraeron, priod y Parch. S[imon] Evans, Hebron, Dyfed ...', 1882; 'Er Coffadwriaeth am Ioan Glan Taf, sef John Davies, Amaethwr a Bardd gwych, o'r Plas, Plwyf Llanglydwen ...', 1883; 'Marwnad i'r diweddar Barch. John Morgan Evans, Ebenezer, Caerdydd', 1883; 'Verses addressed to the Rev. D. M. Davies, on behalf of the Church and Congregation at Sardis Congregational Chapel, Varteg ...', 1884; 'Esgyniad Crist. Pryddest'; etc. There are also some miscellaneous press cuttings, among them being poetry by John Jones ('Tegid'), Edward Roberts ('Iorwerth Glan Aled'), Jonathan N. Davies ('Carnalaw'), etc.

James, J. Lloyd, 1835-1919

Barddoniaeth 'Dafydd Ddu Eryri',

  • NLW MS 10869B.
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  • 1782-1808 /

An incomplete volume of free- and strict-metre poetry in the hand of, and largely by, David Thomas ('Dafydd Ddu Eryri') of Waunfawr, Caernarvonshire. The dated poems belong to the years 1782-1785, 1800, and 1808. Among the titles are: 'Can a gyfansoddwyd yn Niwedd y Gauaf 1783 Sef Gwahoddiad ir Prydyddion ddyfod ir Bettws bach Noswyl Fair'; 'Penill i Ferch Iefangc' and 'Y Ferch yn Atteb' by J. Parry, 1783; 'Cyngor i Ddafydd Thomas Waen fawr Briodi 1783' by John Jones, Cae Dronw, and 'Atteb, ir Gan flaenorol'; 'Cywydd Annerch ir Godidog Fardd Jonathan Hughes', with a reply, 1782 (incomplete); 'Englynion, a gyfansoddwyd 20 o Chwefr. 1784. Yn amser yr Eira mawr'; 'Englynion i Mary Thomas (Chwaer Daf. Thomas)' by Jonathan Hughes, 23 June, 1785, with a reply; 'Atteb i Englynion E[dward] Barnes', 1784; 'Englynion a luniwyd yn nhŷ Mr Robert William, Bettws fawr ['Robert ap Gwilym Ddu'] ('The above I receiv'd from Edmd. Francis, which he had it [sic] in Carnarvon. R. Solomon. Amluch April 26th. 1800'); 'Englynion i Rug, & Glyn Dyfrdwy'; 'An Address to the Visitors of Snowdon To be presented by the Miners - 1808'; and 'Englynion cof am Mr. W. Llwyd, o Gaio ... 1808. Pregethwr Methodistaidd'.

Thomas, David, 1759-1822

Barddoniaeth John Lewis,

A collection of poems, 'pryddestau', 'englynion' and other forms by John Lewis, 1860-1864. Many of the poems were successfully entered for competition at local 'eisteddfodau', e.g. at Bridgend, Brecon, Blaenpennal, Llangwyryfon, Tredegar, Aberystwyth ('Rheilffordd Glannau Cymru', 1864), Ebbw Vale, Aberaeron, Talybont, Abermeurig, Llanilar, Rhymney and Cilcennin.

Barddoniaeth Lewis Robart,

'Carolau', 'cerddi', etc., most of them composed and written c. 1844-1878 by Lewis Robart ('Llywelun Ddu Myirion'), who describes himself in 1844 as 'Gwasneuthudd yn y Gorllwyn'.

Barddoniaeth Owen Williams,

  • NLW MS 11719B.
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  • [1825x1851] /

Holograph poetry, largely in the form of 'englynion', by Owen Williams ('Owain Gwyrfai'), Waunfawr, co. Caernarvon. The volume is indexed. At the end are copies, in another hand, of verses entitled 'My Native Land' ('Fe gyfansoddwyd y gân hon gan Mr. Robert Jones gynt Tailor & Draper Caernarfon, yr hwn a ymfudodd ir America y flwyddyn 1839') and 'Mae Gwyrddlas Fryn' ('Cyfieithiad o There is a Green Hill Faraway'). Inset is a holograph letter from Thos William David Jones [sic], wheelwright, Llanrhaiadr, near Oswestry, [18]51 (a request for the words and tune of the 'A.B.C.').

Williams, O. (Owen), 1790-1874

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