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Anerchiad Cymreigyddion Caerludd,

A broadside address to the people of Wales from 'Cymreigyddion Caerludd' [i.e. London], dated 22 August 1832, relating to the use of the Welsh language in law courts in Wales and the need for Welsh-speaking bishops, etc.

'Brad y Llyfrau Gleision',

Press cuttings of articles, letters, etc., many of them by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd'), condemning the Reports of the Commissioners of Inquiry into the State of Education in Wales (London, 1847).

'Ieuan Gwynedd' and others.

'Brad y Llyfrau Gleision',

Strictures by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd') upon the methods and conclusions of the commissioners who reported in 1847 upon the state of education in Wales.

Jones, Evan, 1820-1852

'Brad y Llyfrau Gleision',

Transcripts by Robert Oliver Rees of two letters, 1848, by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd') relating to the reports of the Commissioners on the state of education in Wales.

Robert Oliver Rees.

'Buddioldeb Cymdeithasau Cyfeillgar ...',

'Buddioldeb Cymdeithasau Cyfeillgar a'u tuedd i lesoli Gweithwyr', an essay on the value of Friendly Societies written by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd') for the National Eisteddfod at Rhuddlan, 1850.

Jones, Evan, 1820-1852

Bywgraffiad 'Ieuan Gwynedd',

Material relating to the life and work of Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd') collected by Robert Oliver Rees and afterwards included in Williams, W.: Cofiant a Gweithiau Barddonol a Rhyddieithol Ieuan Gwynedd (Wrexham, [1880?]).

Robert Oliver Rees.

Chapel accounts,

An account book kept by Thomas Jones, Caecoch, Llanelltyd (later of Pantyronen, Dolgelley) to record receipts and payments relating mainly to Llanelltyd Calvinistic Methodist Church, 1831-1835, and used afterwards by officers of Salem Calvinistic Methodist Church, Dolgelley.

Thomas Jones and others.

Crynwyr Cymru ac U.D.A.,

Genealogical miscellanea mainly relating to Merionethshire Quaker families and their descendants in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, together with letters, 1891-1913, relating thereto sent to Edward Griffith by James Jones Levick (Philadelphia), P. S. P. Conner (Rowlandsville, Maryland), George Vaux (Philadelphia), Daniel Pickard (Clitheroe), Alfred Neobard Palmer, Henry H. Humphreys (Evanston, Illinois), Clara B[orth] Miller (Philadelphia), Thomas Allen Glenn, Philip H. Lawson and Lettie Watkin Davies, with draft replies and notes by Edward Griffith; a memorandum dated 17 May 1697, of a promise by Rowland Owen, Garthyngharad, Merioneth, to pay six pounds to 'Elisabeth ap Hugh of Creyrau'; a fragment containing the autograph of Rowland Ellis [?Brynmawr]; pamphlets and offprints of articles by James Jones Levick, George Vaux and Thomas Allen Glenn; photographs of Brynmawr and Tyddynygarreg, near Dolgellau, and of Llwyn Du, Llwyngwril; etc.

Cymdeithas Cymreigyddion Dolgellau,

Poetry, mainly 'englynion', written for 'Cymdeithas Cymreigyddion Dolgellau' and a letter, 5 November 1831, to John Jones, secretary of the Society, from 'Ieuan ab Gruffudd' on behalf of 'Cymdeithas Cymreigyddion Caerludd'.

Cymeithas Ddirwestol Ieuenctid Dolgellau,

A list of members of 'Cymdeithas Dirwestol Ieuengctyd Dolgellau', a young people's 'Temperance' society founded 27 October 1857, together with notes relating to meetings of the Dolgelley 'Band of Hope'.

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