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Defnyddiau Morrisiaid Môn,

An imperfect holograph letter from [Lewis Morris ('Llewelyn Ddu o Fôn'; 1701-65)], Gallt Fadog to [ ], 1748 (the employment and payment of servants, the purchase of malt, the siting of a new garden); holograph letters from Edward Hughes ...

Englynion y Beddau; Hanes Taliesin; &c.

A composite volume, mainly in the autograph of Evan Evans (Ieuan Fardd), copied from manuscripts of Lewis Morris and others 'ynghylch y flwyddyn 1765' (p. i), including 'Englynion y Beddau' (pp. 1-15) and 'Englynion y Clyw...

Englynion, etc.,

A small eighteenth century manuscript containing a few 'englynion', etc., by John Griffith 'o Landdyfnan yn Môn', Owen Gruffydd, J. Rhydderch, Griffith Lloyd, and anonymous authors, with two anecdotes in Welsh. The name 'L...

Lewis Morris.

Eulogium Britanniæ

A manuscript in the autograph of Evan Evans (Ieuan Fardd) containing a copy of Nennius's 'Eulogium Britanniæ' (ff. 1-57); notes relating to Nennius copied from a manuscript in the hand of Robert Vaughan, Hengwrt (ff. 67-88); triads ...

Goronwy Owen: Llythyr

  • NLW MS 5572D
  • File
  • [?1753]

An incomplete autograph letter, ?1753, from Goronwy Owen (1723-1769) to Lewis Morris (1701-1765), enclosing Cywydd y Calan.

Owen, Goronwy, 1723-1769?

Gwaith Goronwy Owen

Letters, notes and poems (autograph and copies) and a sermon on I Cor., xi, 28 by Goronwy Owen; and 'Trioedd Taliesin' in the autograph of Lewis Morris.

Owen, Goronwy, 1723-1769?

Gweithiau Lewis Morris ...

A volume entitled 'Gweithiau Lewis Morris. Llywelyn Ddu o Fôn', being transcripts and extracts made by J. H. Davies, c. 1902, from manuscripts in the British Museum and the National Library of Wales. The collection also contains poetry i...

Index to the Morris letters,

A manuscript index to J. H. Davies (ed.), The Letters of Lewis, Richard, William and John Morris of Anglesey (Morrisiaid Môn) (Aberystwyth, 1907-9) compiled for J. H. Davies by T. Vaughan Roberts, London and completed in 1911. The general index (4...

Letter from Lewis Morris, London

Subject: He is to survey the coast of Wales as far as Bristol and then perhaps Scotland, has no great inclination for the latter. Desires to do a map and history of Anglesey; discusses various books.

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Letters and poetry,

A folder containing eight files of original letters and copies of letters and poetry from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. Files 1-3: Transcripts of letters by Lewis and Richard Morris, mainly to Evan Evans ('Ieuan Fardd') and Da...

Letters to the Reverend John Williams

Letters, mainly relating to Goronwy Owen, addressed to the Reverend John Williams, master of Llanrwst school, by the Reverend Edward Owen, Warrington, 1795-1805; John English Dolben, 1795-1805; D. Davies, Llanidloes, 'visitor' of 't...

Letters, vol. I,

A volume made up of correspondence, poetry, printed items, etc. The letters, about one hundred and six in number, 1786-1806, are addressed (except where otherwise stated) to William Owen [-Pughe], and the correspondents, in alphabetical order, are...

Lewis Morris Manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSLEWMOR
  • Fonds
  • [17 cent.]-[19 cent.]

A collection of manuscripts which belonged to Lewis Morris, including a large collection of correspondence of the four brothers known as 'Morrisiaid Môn'.

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Lewis Morris on William Burton

'Remarks on the unfair manner Mr Burton in his Commentary on Antoninus's Itinerary has quoted and treated the British history which goes under the Name of Galfridus Monemuthensis. By Lewis Morris'.

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Lewis Morris's copy of Drayton's Poly-Olbion

  • NLW MS 24100C
  • File
  • [1622], 1755

A volume comprising Michael Drayton's Poly-Olbion, Part 1 (London, 1622, STC 7228, ESTC S121639), and Part 2 (London, 1622, STC 7229 or 7230, ESTC S121637 or S121634), extensively annotated, 1755, by the Welsh polymath Lewis Morris.Part 1 app...

Morris, Lewis, 1701-1765

Llyfr Hir Mair Richards,

A manuscript consisting largely of transcripts and memoranda by Mary Richards and Thomas Richards of Darowen. The volume appears originally to have been used as an account book of receipts and disbursements in respect of the farms of Llwyn, Cafnma...

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