Letters, 1808-1885, from persons interested in social reforms, politics, and education, including John Bright, Richard Cobden, Walter Davies ('Gwallter Mechain'), John Griffiths ('Gohebydd'), Walter D. Jerermy, Morgan Lloyd, Sir Theodore Martin, J. H. Puleston, Henry Richard, G. O. Trevelyan, Rowland Williams ('Hwfa Môn'), Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, and C. W. Williams Wynn, to Samuel Roberts ('S.R.'), with drafts of replies to some of them; from 'S.R.' to his father, his brother John, and others; from John Roberts ('J.R.') to George Roberts and others; from Humphrey Gwalchmai to John Hughes; from A. Rees to J. Holden; from C. W. Williams Wynn to the electors of Montgomeryshire; and a letter of introduction to friends in America given to 'S.R.' by William Henry Channing. There are also pamphlets relating to postal and other reforms.