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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', ; 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.
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The description is also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume IV (Aberystwyth, 1971).
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Preferred citation: NLW MS 12899C.
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- Groes-wen (Church : Groes-wen, Wales) (Subject)
- Thomas, C. Tawelfryn (Cadwaladr Tawelfryn), 1856-1939 -- Poetry. (Subject)
- Ioan Anwyl, 1841?-1921. (Subject)
- Gwynn Williams, W. S. (William Sidney), 1896-1978. (Subject)
- Caledfryn, 1801-1869 (Subject)