File NLW MS 12790C. - Copies of letters from the Reverend Thomas Jones, Denbigh, etc.,

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NLW MS 12790C.


Copies of letters from the Reverend Thomas Jones, Denbigh, etc.,


  • [1901x1937]. (Creation)

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Typewritten copies of letters from the Reverend Tho[ma]s Jones (Calvinistic Methodist minister), Denbigh, to Joseph Tarn (assistant secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society), Spa Fields, London, 1813-1815 (5 + 2 by inference) (local branches of the Bible Society in Denbighshire, the supplying of Bibles and Testaments by the parent Society, problems relating to the price of Bibles, a proposed memoir of the Reverend [Thomas] Charles in English, the writer's progress with his 'Life' of Thomas Charles in Welsh [Cofiant neu Hanes Bywyd a Marwolaeth y Parch. Thomas Charles . . . wedi ei gyfieithu a'i gasglu gan y Parchedig Thomas Jones . . . (Bala, 1816)]); an obituary article on the Reverend Thomas Jones, Calvinistic Methodist minister, of Carmarthen, extracted from Yr Efangylydd . . ., 1831, tt. 133-7; a letter from E[van] Evans from Shacklewell [London], to the aforementioned J[oseph] Tarn, London, 1814 (the establishing of local branches [of the Bible Society] in different parts of London, the illness of Mr. [Thomas] Charles, the writer' s experience of stereotype printing, his application to go to Russia with an acquaintance named Alexander Smith, under the patronage of the Bible Society, to set up a stereotype printing office); and a letter from John Roberts [Calvinistic Methodist preacher] from London, to his son Michael Roberts [also C.M. preacher] in Liverpool, 1803 (the writer's visit to London, matters relating to C.M. churches in London).

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Readers consulting modern papers in the National Library of Wales are required to abide by the conditions noted on the 'Modern papers - data protection' form issued with their Readers' Tickets.

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English, Welsh.

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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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For extracts from, or copies of, some of the above letters, see D. E. Jenkins: The Life of the Rev. Thomas Charles . . .

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Formerly known as D. E. Jenkins 60.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 12790C.

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