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Miscellanea of David Samuel, including articles, notes on the centenary of the introduction of the printing press to Aberystwyth and other notes of local interest, an appreciation of Sir Owen M. Edwards, etc., together with an account of the formation of a branch of 'Undeb y Ddraig Goch' at Aberystwyth, 1902.

David Samuel.

Articles and notes,

Miscellaneous short articles and notes, including notes on Welsh funeral customs, mainly by David Samuel, press cuttings, etc., 1888-1896.

Bywgraffiad a rhestr erthyglau,

A short biographical sketch of David Samuel transcribed by him from Columbia (1890), a Welsh newspaper published at Emporia, Kansas, U.S.A., and a list, also by David Samuel, of articles contributed by him to various periodicals, 1884-1920.

David Samuel.

Cambrian Archaeological Association correspondence,

Letters to David Samuel from R[ichard] Trevor Owen, Edward Owen, Rupert H[ugh] Morris, W[illiam] Basil Jones (bishop of St Davids), J[ohn] Mortimer Angus, John Lewis ('Ap Cletwr'), Joseph Brough, H[enry] Tobit Evans, John Owen (afterwards bishop of St Davids), David Jenkins (Llangwyryfon), Arthur Johnson Hughes, L[ewis] J[ones] Roberts, etc. relating to the visit of the Cambrian Archaeological Association to Aberystwyth in September 1896, together with minutes of the Aberystwyth local committee.

Cwestiynau arholiadau Cymraeg,

Examination papers on Welsh grammar, literature and history set by 'Gorsedd Beirdd Ynys Prydain', the University of Wales, St David's College, Lampeter and the Central Welsh Board for Intermediate Education, 1912-1916.

Cymdeithasau Aberystwyth,

Minutes and other papers relating to 'Cymdeithas Lenyddawl Gymreig Aberystwyth', 1855-1862, the Aberystwyth Harmonic Society, 1864-1865, and the Aberystwyth Penny Readings Society, 1864-1866, together with letters from D. F. Ellis, Sarah Jane Rees ('Cranogwen') and Edward Williams, mainly to Richard Samuel.

David Samuel manuscripts

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  • 1816-1930

Papers, 1816-1930, of David Samuel (Dewi o Geredigion), including material mainly of Aberystwyth interest; correspondence; lectures and articles; examination papers in Welsh grammar, literature and history; and miscellaneous notes.

Samuel, David, 1856-1921

Erthyglau ac anerchiadau,

Articles and addresses by David Samuel mainly on Welsh literature, history and education, 1890-1909, and an account of his tour in the United States of America, 1889.

David Samuel.


Copies of articles by David Samuel printed in Y Cymro, Y Brython, Y Cerddor, etc., 1913-1930.

David Samuel.

Hanes Aberystwyth,

Lectures, articles and notes by David Samuel on the history of Aberystwyth and neighbourhood.

David Samuel.


Letters, 1879-1920, to David Samuel from Sir Edward Anwyl, J[ames] F[ranklin] Bethune-Baker, D[avid] H[enry] Davies (Cenarth), Sir Owen M[organ] Edwards, Thomas Edwards ('Gwynedd'), D[avid] Tecwyn Evans, Gruffydd Evans (Newcastle Emlyn), John Young Evans, S[amuel] J[ames] Evans (Llangefni), C[harles] L[ett] Feltoe, E[dmund] Tyrrell-Green, [James] Rendel Harris, David Howell ('Llawdden'), J[ames] Spinther James ('Spinther'), Edward Jenkins (Llandrindod Wells), Evan Jones (Caernarvon), Gwilym Hywel Jones, J[ohn] Cynddylan Jones, John Morgan Jones (Cardiff), Sir John Morris-Jones, T[homas] Gwynn Jones, T. Wolseley Lewis, Thomas Lloyd (Liverpool), William Morgan (Pant, Dowlais), Sir Hugh Owen, O[wen] G[riffith] Owen ('Alafon'), E. Wynne Parry (Bala), T[homas] Mordaf Pierce, Thomas Powel, Evan Rees ('Dyfed'), Sir John Rhys, Eleazar Roberts, L[ewis] J[ones] Roberts, Robert Arthur Williams ('Berw'), W[illiam] Gilbert Williams, etc.

Nodiadau ysgrythyrol,

Scriptural notes, addresses, examination questions, sermons and notes of sermons, papers relating to the Calvinistic Methodist connection, mainly in Aberystwyth and district, etc.

David Samuel.


A notebook used by David Samuel containing quotations from the English poets, notes made during a tour in North America and a diary kept by him, 1900-1901.

David Samuel.

Notes on Welsh grammar

Notes on Welsh grammar, idioms, loan words and dialect words, the teaching of Welsh in schools, etc. by David Samuel, D. Tecwyn Evans, Sir John Morris-Jones, T. Gwynn Jones, Sir John Rhys, etc.

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