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  • NLW MS 9632C.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.


  • NLW MS 10557D.
  • File
  • 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.

Gwaith Siôn Brwynog,

  • NLW MS 11987E.
  • File
  • 1927 /

A typescript essay entitled 'Casgliad o weithiau Sion Brwynog, gyda nodiadau hanesyddol a beirniadol' by the late the Reverend Gilwym H[ywel] Jones, Welsh Presbyterian minister, Blaenclydach, co. Glamorgan. The essay, under the pseudonym of 'Emrys', was awarded the prize at the National Eisteddfod at Holyhead, 1927, and pasted into the volume is a typescript copy of the adjudication of Professor Sir John Morris Jones and Professor Henry Lewis.

Jones, Gwilym Hywel

Barddoniaeth Gwilym Morgan,

  • NLW MSS 11064B-11065E
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  • 1893-1936 /

A scrapbook, compiled by J. W. Jones, Blaenau Ffestiniog, and unbound leaves containing holographs, transcripts, and press cuttings of poetry in free and strict metres, 1893-1903 and 1918?, by William (Gwilym) Morgan, quarryman, of Blaenau Ffestiniog, together with adjudications by [Sir] J[ohn] Morris Jones (press cuttings), [Howell Elvet Lewis] ('Elfed') (transcript), etc. MS. 11064 also contains testimonials, 1901, to William Morgan and Mrs Morgan from Robert Roberts, J. P., surgeon, Blaenau Ffestiniog, the Reverend W[illiam] P[ari] Hughes, Dolgellau, and Wm. Davies, Junior, Managing Partner, The Diphwys Casson Slate Quarries Company, Blaenau Ffestiniog, the first (and presumably the other two) in support of their candidature for the posts of master and matron of Pwllheli Workhouse; and a holograph letter, 1936, from [Humphrey Jones] ('Bryfdir'), Rhiwbryfdir, to [J. W. Jones], enclosing copies of 'in memoriam' verses to Gwilym Morgan. Included in MS. 11065 is a holograph letter, 1899, from Robert Roberts, Blaenau Ffestiniog, to Gwilym Morgan, with observations on 'englynion' in English by the recipient.

Jones, J. W

Llythyr Syr John Morris-Jones,

  • NLW MS 11333B
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  • 1921, 1936 /

A holograph letter, 9 June, 1921, from [Sir] John Morris-Jones, Llanfair P. G., to [Sir E. Vincent Evans], containing a brief outline of the writer's personal, academic, and literary career. The letter was written on the occasion of the award to Sir John in 1921 of the Medal of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, and was published almost in full in the Society's Transactions ... 1919-1920 (London, 1921), pp. 153-5. Also included is a holograph letter relating thereto, 9 September, 1936, from [Lady] Mary Morris-Jones to [Sir D. Owen] Evans.

Sir John Morris-Jones and Lady Mary Morris-Jones.

Cymdeithas Lenyddol y Gerlan, Bethesda,

  • NLW MS 11024C.
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  • 1906-1919.

A minute book of the Literary Society of Gerlan Calvinistic Methodist Church, Gerlan, Bethesda, Caernarvonshire, covering (with some gaps) the period 1906-19. Among the entries are detailed reports of lectures by Principal [Thomas] Rees, Bangor (on 'David Livingstone'), Professor [Sir] John Morris-Jones, Bangor ('Dewi Wyn o Eifion' and 'Pantycelyn'), Thomas Shankland, Bangor ('Morgan John Rhys, y Jacobin Cymreig'), S. Maurice Jones, Caernarvon ('Olion Hen Hanes Cymru', with illustrations, by the recorder, of Caernarvon Castle, Valle Crucis Abbey, the parliament house of Owain Glyndŵr at Dolgellau, Cefn Brith, etc.), J. H. Jones ('Je Aitsh'), Liverpool ('Y Cymro trwy lygad Said'), [Lewis Davies Jones] ('Llew Tegid') ('Trioedd hen a newydd), [Robert] Gwyneddon Davies and Mrs. [Grace] Gwyneddon Davies ('Alawon Gwerin'), T. Gwynn Jones, Aberystwyth ('Pantycelyn'), etc.