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Morris-Jones, John, 1864-1929
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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.

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.

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.

Anthems, hymns, songs, etc.

Manuscript and printed copies, 1905, 1948, of anthems, hymn-tunes and songs, composed or arranged by T. Osborne Roberts, including 'Berceuse' (ff. 8-10), 'I Loved a Lass' (ff. 32-35) and 'A Lullaby' (ff. 53-55), words by George Withers; 'Britain', words by John Ceiriog Hughes (Ceiriog) (ff. 16-17 verso); 'Seren fechan, Seren dlos' (f. 21 recto-verso) and 'Seren fechan yn y nos' (ff. 22-23 verso), words by Thomas Jones, Cerrigellgwm; 'Hiraeth' (ff. 30 recto-verso, 107 verso-108) and 'Y Mynydd' (ff. 78-81), words by Robert Williams Parry; 'The Kingfisher', words by William Henry Davies (ff. 38-40), and 'Y Lloer', words by W. H. Davies with a Welsh translation by R. Williams Parry (ff. 64-65); 'Medi' (ff. 58-61) and 'Y Wlad Annwyl Hon' (f. 133 recto-verso), words by Eliseus Williams (Eifion Wyn); 'Morfudd fy Mûn', words by Gerald Griffin translated into Welsh by Caradog Prichard (ff. 66-71 verso); 'Nefoedd', words by John Roberts (Ieuan Gwyllt) (ff. 82-90 verso); 'Stars of the Summer Night', words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (ff. 131-132 verso); and 'Ymson', words by Heinrich Heine translated into Welsh by Sir John Morris-Jones (ff. 134-141 verso).
Notes are added in the hand of Leila Mégane on ff. 138, 143, 150-158.

Tributes to Owen Morgan Edwards

The file comprises tributes, both typescript and manuscript, to O. M. Edwards following his death in 1920. Among those paying tribute are Sir Alfred T. Davies, Sir E. Vincent Evans, J. Gwenogvryn Evans, H. A. L. Fisher, D. Lloyd George, Sir Henry Haydn Jones, Sir John Morris-Jones, J. Puleston Jones and Sir John Edward Lloyd.

Davies, Alfred T

Llyfr torion,

An album of miscellaneous press cuttings from Welsh and Welsh American newspapers compiled by John Jones ('Myrddin Fardd'). The titles include 'Y Diweddar Dr Spinther James, Llandudno', 'Y Parch. W. Elvad Davies, DD, Clydach Vale', 'Y Gwir Anrhyd[eddus Alfred Thomas] Arglwydd Pontypridd', 'Matho Dafydd. Stori fer Seiliedig ar Ffeithiau' (by the Reverend T[homas] Morgan, Skewen), 'Marwolaeth D. R. Jones, Cambria, Wis.', 'Yr Athraw J[ohn] M[orris] Jones a'i Feirniaid Americanaidd', 'Schubert, Papyr a Ddarllenwyd yn Nghyfarfod Cymdeithas y Cymreigyddion, Utica, N.Y...... Gan Proff. Samuel Evans' 'Gosod Carreg Sylfaen Eglwys St Iago, yn Llawr y Bettws ....', 'Yr Athro Kuno Meyer. Llythyr Pigog oddiwrth Nofelydd', 'Hawddgaraf Hedd y Geiriog', 'Hynafiaethau Plwyf Llanrhaiadr-yn-Nghinmeirch', 'Adgofion am Waen Gynfi, Arfon, Gc' (by Humphrey Griffith, Utica, N.Y.), 'Pererindod i Fynachdy Llanthony', 'David F. Lewis, Cleveland, O.' (by Edward Blythin), 'Cwm Ucha' [in the parish of Llanberis] (by O. W. Rowlands, Ipswich, S[outh] D[akota] ), 'Llyfrau a Llenorion. Cyrnol John Jones [Maesygarnedd]', etc.

O.M. Edwards: letters to his wife Ellen Edwards

The series comprises personal letters written from Oxford, Cardiff, London and other places discussing his career and professional activities, as well as illuminating the complex relationship, full of tensions and problems, between husband and wife. The letters also refer to many members of the family and to a host of prominent contemporary figures, amongst them Sir Edward Anwyl, Thomas Edward Ellis, Sir John Morris-Jones, Sir John Rhys and Daniel Lleufer Thomas. There are many references to Llanuwchllyn and Penllyn more generally and to O. M. Edwards's wide-ranging services to Wales, including his editorship of a number of journals and his work as Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales after 1907.

Edwards, Elin, Lady, 1868-1919

Correspondence,

  • NLW MS 9632C.
  • Ffeil
  • 1880-1937.

Letters addressed to J. Gwynoro Davies by Ben Davies, Castell Newydd Emlyn, 1937; Lewis Edwards, Bala, 1880-1882; Llewelyn C. Edwards, Aberystwyth, 1889- 1893; Annie J. Ellis, Westminster, 1899; Thomas Gee, Denbigh, 1894-1899; W. E. Gladstone; W. J. Gruffydd, Cardiff; Alexander Hill, London, 1927; [Sir] John Morris Jones, Llanfair P. G., 1916; J. Puleston Jones, Bala and Bangor, 1888-1891; Edward Matthews, Bonvilston, 1881; Hugh Williams, Bala, 1891; and W. Llewelyn Williams, House of Commons, 1918-1919.

Sir John Morris-Jones memorial,

  • NLW MS 10354D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1930-1936.

A printed circular, 1930, relating to the Sir John Morris-Jones Memorial Fund, with typescript statements, balance sheets, and lists of subscribers, 1934-6.

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to Ellis Pierce by John Jones, Cefn Du, 1901; Owen Jones ('Meudwy Môn'), Llandudno, 1880-1882; Robert Jones, Rotherhithe, 1878; [Sir] John Morris Jones, 1894 (incomplete); Elias Owen (incomplete); Edward Pugh and Co., Wednesbury, 1905; John C. Roberts, Utica, U.S.A., 1908; Morris Williams ('Nicander'), 1872; and E. Ylltyr Williams (with an incomplete transcript of an elegy on the death of Edward Lloyd, Cwmbychan, 25 July 1728).

Letters,

Letters, mainly to Edward Anwyl, the correspondents including J. Mortimer Angus, Sir John Ballinger, Vernon Bartlett (Oxford), Sir Joseph A. Bradney, Charles E. Breese, W. N. Bruce, O. H. Fynes-Clinton, John Daniel ('Rhabanian'), Thomas Darlington, C. Dauncey, D. H. Davies (Cenarth), R. Isgarn Davies, E. S. Dodgson, Sir Owen M. Edwards, Thomas Charles Edwards, Thomas Edward Ellis, Sir E. Vincent Evans, J. Gwenogvryn Evans, John Young Evans, Samuel J. Evans, A. M. Fairbairn, John Fisher, W. Foy (Cologne), Alfred Perceval Graves, John Griffith (Llangynwyd), W. B. Halhed (Llanrwst), James Hastings (editor of the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics), C.H. Herford, N. Marais-Hoogenhout, Paul Hook, Ivor B. John, Sir John Morris-Jones, L. D. Jones ('Llew Tegid'), M. H. Jones, T. O. Neill Lane, Edward Laws, Philip H. Lawson, Sir John Herbert Lewis, Charles Lloyd (Maesycrugiau), R. Luyten (Haarlem), Jean Marx (Paris), A. Meillet (Paris), Kuno Meyer, A. W. Moore (Douglas, I.O.M.), Eluned Morgan (Patagonia), Sir James M. Murray (Oxford), E. W. B. Nicholson, Henry Owen (Poyston), A. C. Humphreys-Owen, Owen Owen (Chief Inspector, Central Welsh Board), Sir T. Isambard Owen, Julius Pokorny, Stuart (1st baron) Rendel, Sir John Rhys, T. Francis Roberts, Sir Walter Runciman, K. G. Schilling (Giessen, Germany), E. A. Sonnenschein, John E. Southall, Lord Stanley of Alderley, Ludwig Christian Stern, John Strachan, Sir Daniel Lleufer Thomas, A. O. Vaughan ('Owen Rhoscomyl'), J. Vendryes, Sir Paul Vinogradoff, Alfred T. Warren, Stanley J. Weyman, Hugh Williams (Bala), and Sir Thomas Marchant Williams.

Llythyrau M-O

Ymhlith y gohebwyr amlycaf mae E. G. Millward (2), Olier Mordrel, T. J. Morgan (2), John Morris-Jones (9), Séamus Ó Duilearga (2), Padrig Ó Fiannachta (2), a Bob Owen, Croesor (13).

Unawdau,

  • NLW MS 10557D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1930 /

Holograph manuscripts of three tenor solos composed in 1930 by Thomas Hubert J. Rees - 'Y Gwylanod', 'Y Seren Unig', and 'Y Cwmwl', words by Sir John Morris-Jones.

Rees, Thomas Hubert J.

General letters to O. M. Edwards

The file includes letters from O. H. Fynes-Clinton, J. Gwynoro Davies, Ellis Jones Ellis-Griffith, Henry Haydn Jones, John Morris-Jones, Owen Griffith Owen ('Alafon'), J. F. Rees, J. Herbert Roberts, afterwards Lord Clwyd, T. J. Thomas ('Sarnicol'), and E. R. Horsfall Turner.

Fynes-Clinton, O. H. (Osbert Henry), 1869-1941

Correspondence,

Letters addressed to Edward Edwards and others by T. K. Brighouse, W. Cadwaladr Davies, 1892; Timothy Davies, 1890; Owen M. Edwards, 1892; J. C. Evans, Bala, 1892; Samuel Evans, 1889; H. S. Foxwell, 1892; J. Mortimer Green, 1892; Maurice Griffiths, 1920; Hubert Hall; Roger Hughes, 1892; Cecil Jane, 1920; J. Morris Jones; T. D. Jones, 1929; R. Kenrick; John Edward Lloyd, 1901; J. S. Mackenzie, 1892; H. R. Reichel, 1892; H. Sidgwick, 1892; Geo. H. Peacock, 1921; C. P. Tremain, 1923; James Ward, 1902; and Hugh Williams.

Letters,

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.

General letters to O. M. Edwards

The file includes letters from J. Gwynoro Davies, 1890, Ellis Edwards, 1890, Thomas Gee, 1891, John M. Howell, Aberaeron, 1891, Edmund D. Jones, 1891, Sir Henry Jones (3), 1890-1891, John Morris-Jones, 1890, Bishop John Owen (4), 1890-1891, T. F. Roberts, 1890-1891, David Samuel, Aberystwyth, 1891.

Davies, J. Gwynoro (John Gwynoro), 1855-1935

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