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Agreement made by Robert Thomas and Evan Thomas, Lantrisant, and David Thomas, Cowbridge,

Agreement (copy) made by Robert Thomas and Evan Thomas, both of the parish of Lantrisant, co. Glamorgan, farmers, and David Thomas of the town of Cowbridge in the same county, labourer, to join in any expense that may occur in recovering the property they are in expectation of receiving after the death of a relation of theirs (the late William Rees of Court Coleman, Esqr.) and to divide equally amongst them such property as they or any one of them may receive. (In the autograph of Iolo Morganwg).

Certificate of Edward Wiliams of Keven Cribor in the parish of Tythegston, co. Glamorgan, mason.

Certificate of Edward Wiliams of Keven Cribor in the parish of Tythegston, co. Glamorgan, mason, that a certain building or house wherein he dwells at present called Keven Cribor or Cefn Cribwr in the parish of Tythegston, co. Glamorgan, is intended forthwith to be used as a place of religious worship by a congregation of Protestant(s) Dissenters of the Unitarian persuasion. Certificate of Edward Stephens, Deputy Registrar of the Consistory Court of the Lord Bishop of Landaff, acknowledging receipt of the certificate of which No. 1a is a copy. See The National Library of Wales Journal, IX, 2, p. 232.

Possible title-page for Iolo Morganwg's manuscript collection of the poems of Dafydd ap Gwilym,

A sheet containing what appears to be the wording of a title-page for Iolo Morganwg's manuscript collection of the poems of Dafydd ap Gwilym: 'Gwaith Dafydd ap Gwilym o gunnulliad y diwyd a'r dyscedig ymgeleddwyr yr hên Frutaniaith ai Beirdd Lewys Morys Yswain ai frawd Mr. William Morys o Fôn ynghyd a chwanegiad allan o amryw hên Lyfrau eraill a ddadyscrifenwyd yn Llundain, gan Mr. Owain Jones o ... yn Swydd Ddinbych yn y flwyddyn 1768 a mi Iorwerth Gwilym ai dadyscrifenwys o'i Lyfr ef yn Llundain yn y Flwyddyn 1774'. On the reverse side are two Welsh triads (crossed out) and an attempt to decipher the three Juvencus 'englynion'. The first line is given here as 'ni worchchosaf, nam'n unawr' (The handwriting appears to be earlier than the wording of the title-page already described).

Note by Iolo Morganwg concerning Wm. Roberts of Lancarvan, Glamorgan, a blind Bard.

A note by Iolo Morganwg concerning Wm. Roberts of Lancarvan, co. Glamorgan, a blind Bard whom he describes as having died 'about 20 years ago'. The note is written on a sheet of paper which seems originally to have been part of a letter addressed to 'His Grace the Arch-Bishop of York'. On the other side is a draft of the first two stanzas of a poem on 'Seithinin'.

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