Barddoniaeth Huw Morys, etc.
- [1740x1800]. (Creation)
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The volume bears the names, among others, of Edwd. Lewis, 1773, Edward Bennion, 1776, John Hughes, 1776, and Mair Richard, Darowen ('Ofyddes'), 1870-6.
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A mid-eighteenth century collection of 'cerddi', 'ymddiddanion', etc. by H[uw] M[orys], together with a few poems by Thomas Edwards ['Twm o'r Nant'], Dav[id] Shadrach, David Thomas ('o sir Garen[ar]fon') Thos. Jones (Maes y Cernddi 'in Cowny' [sic]), and anonymous poems, farm accounts and memoranda, 1773-6, and a veterinary recipe. The volume is written in three main hands, of which the third is that of Dav[id] Shadrach.
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The manuscript was possibly No. 21 in the Llansilin Collection (see Trans. Cymm., Vol. II, Part IV (1843), 417).
Preferred citation: 221E.
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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales