- NLW MS 12871C.
Part of Gwern-y-Pant Manuscripts,
Miscellaneous holograph correspondence including six letters (as per address or by inference) to T[homas] G[riffiths] Jones ('Cyffin'), Llansantffraid, co. Montgomery, from [John Griffith] 'Gohebydd', Llangollen, 1871 (a proposed visit to the Houses of Parliament by recipient), [John Jones] 'Idris Vychan', Manchester, 78 (? a reply to a query re Quakers of the Dolgellau district), [Owen Wynne Jones] 'Glasynys', undated (the writer's poem 'Myrddin Wyllt', matters relating to the Eisteddfod) (incomplete), Henry Stanley Newman, Leominster, 82 (? Quaker schools at Penketh and Sidcot, the writer's interest in a new edition of Richard Davies [: An account of the convincement . . . of . . . Richard Davies], his library of 'old Friends Books', an invitation to pay a visit), [John Thomas] 'Eifionydd', Caerynarfon, 84 (an invitation to recipient to write an article on [the Reverend Robert Jones, cleric and author, of] Rotherhithe for Y Geninen), and John Thomas ('Pencerdd Gwalia'), London, 65 (a request by recipient to use Welsh melodies in the writer's collection); and letters from Alexander] B[alloch] Grosart, Blackburn, to Mr. Jones [?the recipient of the six preceding letters], 1881 (he could not part with the tractate recipient had written about, his 'very large collection of Vavasour Powell's books and related tractates', he was 'rapidly nearing a complete collection of the 2000 Ejected's works'), Tho[ma]s Jones, Cof[iadu]r C[ymdeithas y] G[wyneddigion ], London, to Walter Davies ['Gwallter Mechain'], Llanfechain, Montgomeryshire, 1791 (replying to recipient's letter to the Gwyneddigion Society re the Eisteddfod, the publication of recipient's essay on 'Rhyddid' ('Freedom'), addressing recipient in verse), John Roberts, Carnarvon, to Morgan Davies, 1847 (personal), and D[avid] Thomas ['Dafydd Ddu Eryri'], Dolydd, to [ ], 1814 (two prize essays on agriculture translated by the writer for the Agricultural Society of Anglesey, a Welsh ode on agriculture composed by the writer and 'inscribed' to the said society, proposals to publish the ode, the style of the language of S[eren] Gomer, the death of Thomas Williams ('Twm Pedrog')).