One of two volumes comprising a group of two hundred and twenty-four autograph letters and copies and fragments of letters covering the period 1823-1917 and addressed chiefly to 'Nefydd'. -- There are references to British Schools at Holywell, Abertillery, Llanelly, and Pantyphilip; a proposal to transfer Ellis Evans's Baptist manuscripts to Llangollen Baptist College; a proposal to publish the works of 'P. A. Môn'; Baptist activities in America and Australia; the Baptist cause at Caerleon and in Monmouthshire generally; a proposal to safeguard 'Carnhuanawc's library; and the Vronissa Lead Mine, Ruthin. David Morris, writing from Tasmania, states that on the night of his wife's funeral he was given ten shillings by 'Shoni Sgubor Fawr'. -- The writers include: Joseph Burton, Northampton; David Bowen to William Thomas; Evan W. and Edward David, Radyr Court, Cardiff; Wm. David, New York; Edwd. Davies, Blackwood; H. Beaver Davies, Bethesda and Llannerchymedd; John Davies, Bryn Mawr; John Davies, Llanhyddel; J. C. Davies, Holywell; Robt. Davies, Bookseller, Llansannan, to William Jones and 'Nefydd'; Thomas Davies, Haverfordwest; W. R. Davies, Dowlais; Robert Ellis ('Cynddelw'); Benjn. Evans, Hirwaun; David D. Evans, Pontrhydyryn; David Evans, Llaneurug; David Evans, Principality Office, Cardiff; D. M. Evans, Llanelly; Ellis Evans, Cefnmawr; John Evans, Cowbridge; Jno. Evans, Brecon; E. Francis, Llanover, on behalf of Lady Llanover; John and Margaret Gould and John P. Harries from Minersville, Pennsylvania, to 'Nefydd' and Howel Thomas; Cornelius Griffiths, Aberafan; Lady Hall [afterwards Lady Llanover]; Maria Hope [Liverpool]; J. Hiley [Llanwenarth]; Huw [Jones], Cefnbychan; H. W. Hughes, Maesteg; John Ceiriog Hughes ('Ceiriog'); William Hughes, Llanelly; John Humphreys, Liverpool; J. Humphreys, Newport (Pembs.); Huw Huws, Ystradyfodwg; D. Lloyd Isaac, Llangamarch and Pontypool; Elias James, Taff's Well; Jno. James, Bridgend; J. Spinther James, Llandudno; Wm. James, Tredegar; Jas. Jarman, on behalf of the Particular Baptist Church at Swindon, to the annual Association at Caersalem, Victoria, Monmouthshire; Wm. H. Jenkins, Pantyphillip, near Fishguard; Philip John, Aberdare; Aneurin Jones, Gelligroes; Daniel Jones; D. R. Jones, Liverpool; E[dward] Jones, Hibernian Schools, Liverpool; Edward Jones, Liverpool; [Evan Jones] ('Gwrwst'), Castleton, near Newport; George Jones, Melbourne, Victoria; H. W. Jones, Carmarthen, to James Rowe, Risca; Hugh Jones, Cefnmawr, to the Stanhope Street Baptist Church, Liverpool; Ifano Jones, Cardiff, to H. Williams, Nantyglo, and W. R. Roberts ('Ap Nefydd'), London; John Jones, Liverpool; John Jones ('Talhaiarn'); John Jones ('Tegid'), Nevern; J. Edred Jones, Utica, New York; J. R. Jones and Elizabeth Rowland Jones; John Jones, printer, Brynmawr; L. Jones; Mathew T. Jones, Tongwynlais; R. Jones [Liverpool]; Theophilus Jones, New York and Philadelphia; Thos. Jones; William Jones [from Anglesey]; W. B. Jones, Liverpool; Wm. B. Jones, Brooklyn, New York; John Kelly, Bontnewydd; Caleb Lewis, Blaenau, to ['Ap Nefydd'] and [Hugh] Williams; Robert Littler, New York; E[llen] Llewellyn, London; J. C. Mann, for the National Church Insurance Company; Mary Manuel, for Lady Llanover; Owen Michael, Blaenavon and Bridgend; J. Vyrnwy Morgan, Cardiff, to H. Williams, Treforest; John Morgan, Brierley Hill; Thomas Morgan, assistant overseer, Blaenau; William Morgan, Holyhead; and Margaret Morris and David Morris, Tarleton, Tasmania.