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Celynog manuscripts
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Hymn-tunes and psalm-tunes in two- and three-part harmony, together with a copy of W. Owen, Y Caniedydd Crefyddol (1828), and a Welsh translation by David Harris, Carno, of John Wesley's advice on congregational singing.


Unharmonised hymn-tunes, anthems, and psalm-tunes.


Hymn-tunes and psalm-tunes in four-part harmony.


Psalm-tunes and anthems, mainly composed by David Harris, Carno.

Tithe accounts

Particulars of poor rate, 1828-1835, and land tax, 1836, payable on tithe in the parish of Towyn (Tywyn), Merioneth.


Cywyddau and englynion by Morus ap Rhisiart Morus, Robert Hughes ('o Geint bach'), Lewis Morrus, Evan Evans, William Wynn (Llangynhafal), Llywarch Hen, Mabclaf ap Llywarch, Elaeth, Sion Powel, and anonymous writers; a letter by Evan Evans; triads, pedigrees, and notes.


A collection of the place-names of Newtown, Montgomeryshire, and district submitted by Brodor for competition at the Newtown eisteddfod, December, 1894.


'Cywyddau' by Edwart ap Raff, Dafydd Llwyd ap Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Huw ab Elis, Robert ab Ieuan ap Tomos, Humphrey Thomas Gruffudd, Sion Phylip, Tomos Penllyn, Maredudd ap Rhys, Wiliam Llyn, Sion Tudur, Rhys Cain, Morys Cyffin, William Byrchinshaw, Robin Clidro, Morys ab Ieuan ab Einion, and Guto'r Glyn; 'englynion' transcribed by Edward Lloyd in 1747 from 'Llyfr Maelor'; and fragments of hymns by William Williams (Pantycelyn) and others.

'Barddoniaeth Jonathan Hughes'

Poems by Jonathan Hughes (1721-1805), with a few by D.E. Arthur Jones, John Jones (Llandynan), and David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri). Most of the poems by Jonathan Hughes are printed either in Bardd a Byrddau ... (Mwythig, 1778) or in Gemwaith Awen Beirdd Collen ... (Croesoswallt, 1806).

The Montgomery Boroughs Election, 1832

A copy of the minutes of evidence relating to the Montgomery Boroughs Parliamentary Election taken before the House of Commons Committee, March, 1833, with other relevant papers.


Miscellaneous compositions and notes by David Harris, Carno.

'Celynog papers'

Notes, poems, letters, and miscellanea by Nicholas Bennett and others, collected by Richard Williams.

Letters to Samuel Roberts (S.R.).

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.

'Carwr y Cymru'

Prose and poetry copied in 1674-1679 by Edward Roberts, vicar of Capel Garmon, 1671-1685, whose translation, Llaw Llyfr yw ddarllen ir Cleifion, appeared in 1754. The contents include a transcript of Carwr y Cymru yn annog ei genedl anwyl ... i chwilio yr Scrythyrau ... (London, 1631) and other religious treatises, prayers, etc., a catechism, 'Achau'r Cwrw', and poems by the transcriber and others, including Rowland Vaughan and Wiliam Phylip. The hymn beginning 'O Arglwydd arnat i mae mhwys' was printed in Examen Quotidanium Ymholiad Beunyddiol (London, 1658).


Psalm-tunes and anthems, mainly composed by David Harris, Carno.


'A Favourite Medley' arranged for the piano by David Harris, Carno, together with a cantata, 'The Prodigal Son', composed by Edward Stephens, Magister Scholum, Llanwnog, 1833.

The Church of England Liturgy in France

'An account of wt. passed in relation to ye obtaining ye libertie from ye King of France to vse ye Liturgie of ye Church of England at St. Germains en Leye, in Publick, for ye King of Englands subjects.' The contents relate to negotiations between the Dean of Durham, Sir James Montgomery, Monsieur de Croissy, and the writer - probably Lord Herbert of Cherbury - and the King and Queen of France. (Edward, 1st baron Herbert of Cherbury, was ambassador to the Court of France in 1619).

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