Forty letters, etc., from Henry Lambert (for the Under Secretary of State, Colonial Office), Downing Street, 1914 (a reply to a query relating to Samuel Shute [1662-1742], Governor of New England), Audrey S. Lee, Kew Gardens, undated (personal, thanks for a book about Wales), [the Reverend] Robert M[cClellan] L[auriston] Lee, Yetminster Vicarage, Sherborne, 1906 (2) (information relating to [the Reverend] Edward and [the Reverend] Blakely Cooper, father and son, successively vicars of Yetminster, and a copy of a memorial inscription to the former, ob. 1810), C[harles] Leudesdorf (registrar), University Registry, Oxford, 1923 (extracts from University records relating to four persons named Thomas Beynon, who had been members of the University), [the Reverend] J[ohn] Morgan Lewis, Llanddeiniol, 1906 (searches in the Llanddeiniol parish registers), [the Reverend] J[ohn] T[imothy] Lewis, The Rectory, Llanfyrnach, 1906 (an extract from the Llanfyrnach parish register recording the burial of the Rev[eren]d David Davies, rector of the parish, 1820, and a copy of the inscription on his tombstone), [the Reverend] W[illiam] R[ichardson] Linton, Shirley Vicarage, Derby, 1906 (2) (information relating to [the Reverend] W[alter] Shirley, ob. 1859, and [the Reverend] W[alter] A[ugustus] Shirley, ob. 1847 [father and son], both former vicars of Shirley), [the Reverend] E[van] D[avid] Lloyd, Mallwyd Rectory, 1906 (the Rev[erend] Thomas Morgan's curacy at Mallwyd, 1783-1800 ), John Edward Lloyd (professor of History, University College of North Wales), Bangor, 1915 (enclosing a testimonial in support of recipient's application for a teaching post), [the Reverend] J[ohn] S[mith] Longdon, The Rectory, Cadoxton - Barry, 60 (a list of the rectors of Cadoxton, 1626-1902), the Rev[erend] A. Macdonald (pastor of the Congregational church), Milborne Port, 1904 (the pastors of the church, 1754-1785, an appeal for a financial contribution towards the church), Arthur J. Mackey (diocesan registrar), Diocesan Registry, Exeter, 1905 (information relating to the Rev[erend] W[illia]m Williams, curate of St. Gennys [co. Cornwall], circa 1794), John E[yton] B[ickersteth] Mayor, [Kennedy Professor of Latin, University of] Cambridge, 1904 (information regarding the Rev[erend] John Mayor, vicar of Shawbury, ob. 1826, ? the writer's grandfather, the writer's opinion that Mr. [Thomas] Charles's letters, ? to the Reverend John Mayor, must have been destroyed years ago in a great holocaust at Cossington parsonage, drawing recipient's attention to an analysis of the story of Mary Jones and her Bible in W[illia]m Canton: [A] Hist[ory] of the [British and Foreign] Bible Soc[iety (London, 1904)], vol. I, appendix i), K. A. Mayor, ? sister of the previous writer, [London], undated (enclosing sketches of Shawbury church and village (missing), and extracts from letters sent by the Rev[eren]d John Mayor, from Shawbury, to his son, William Henry Mayor, in Bermuda, 1825 (personal and family news), by Lieut[ enant] John Mayor, R.N. [son of the aforementioned Reverend John Mayor], from Shawbury, to [his brother] W. H. Mayor, 1826 (the death of their father), and by the Rev[eren]d Robert Mayor [another son of the said Reverend John Mayor] to his brother, W. H. Mayor, at Madeley, 1829 (the writer's return from Ceylon, personal and family affairs, the settlement of the Catholic emancipation question)), [the Reverend] Cha[rle]s Morgan, Rhoscrowther Rectory, 1904 (a record in the Rhoscrowther parish register of the marriage of John Charles and Alice Gwyther, 1811), [the Reverend] Dan[ie]l Morgan, Llantrisant Rectory, Anglesey, 1907 (a copy of a memorial inscription to John Jones of Bodynolwyn wen, parish of Llantrisant, ob. 1813), Evan E[dward] Morgan, Brecon, 1914-1915 (6) (information relating to members of the Cook or Coke family having connections with the Brecon and Llanfrynach areas, mention of Joseph Harris [1704-1764, brother of Howel Harris], his book on optics [A Treatise on Optics (London, 1775)], his astronomical observations at Trevecka 'which he proposed to read before the Royal Society in London', his essay on money [An Essay Upon Money and Coins (1757)], and his mission to the West Indies, references to 'Poole's History of Breconshire' [Edwin Poole: The Illustrated History and Biography of Brecknockshire (Brecknock,1886)], an elderly resident of Brecon (circa 1902-1904), who had seen Eliz[abeth] Prichard, née Harris [daughter of Howel Harris], the doubts about publishing the 'Historical Magazine' [Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Hanes y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, the first part of which appeared in March 1916], a list of the shareholders of the Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal in 1840 which included the name of Prichard Howell Harries, extracts from [Edwin] Poole [:History . . . of Brecknockshire] relating to T[homas] J[effery] Llewelyn Prichard, author of [The Adventures and Vagaries of] Twm Shon Catti [(Aberystwyth, 1828)], the possibility that Prichard was 'of the Harris breed', thanks for a copy of Bishop [aft. Archbishop Alfred George] Edwards: Landmarks [in the History of the Welsh Church (London, 1912)], with comments on the work), W. Morgan, Ilford, 20 (property transactions), A. Morris, Newport, [co.] Mon[mouth], 15 (the writer's intended work on Methodism in Monmouthshire), Lewis Morris, Carmarthen, 06 (the writer's grandmother, Mary Anne Morris, née Reynolds, ob. 1839), A[ndrew] Munro (bursar), Queen' s College, Cambridge, 32 (information relating to Robert Humphreys, B. A., of Queen's College, 1805, and Robert Humphreys, B.A., of the same college, 1843), F[rederick] J[ohn] North, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, 1937 (a query concerning the brothers Hugh and Robert Owen, who were connected with the publication of the maps of Humphrey Lhuyd [1527-1568, physician and antiquary. See F. J. North: Humphrey Lhuyd's Maps of England and of Wales (Cardiff, 1937), pp. 11-12]), W. T. Ottewill, India Office, Whitehall, 1935 (a note on the Reverend Josiah Woodward who had been appointed 'to the Chapel of Poplar' by the East India Company in 1690) ( attached is a copy of a letter addressed by Josiah Woodward to the secretary of the said Company, 1710), Owen J. Owen, West Kirby, 1918 (the writer's interest in any source-material relating to Thomas Charles and the Methodist cause in Liverpool), Frederick Pane, Abergele, 11 (inviting recipient to deliver an address to a class of young men), A. Parnell, Littlehampton, 1907 (the writer's great-uncle, Thomas Parnell), [the Reverend] David Phillips, Radyr Rectory, Cardiff, 1907 (2) (the Rev[erend] Daniel Jones, curate of Radyr, circa 1787-1821, the communion plate presented to the parish in 1784), Andrew Picken (secretary), Queen's University, Belfast, 1932 (recipient's request to be admitted as a candidate for a doctor's degree, and his gift of three books to the University), K[enneth] Povey (librarian), Queen's University, Belfast, 1932 (acknowledging receipt of a copy of recipient's biography of Thomas Charles), and A[rthur] Ivor Pryce (diocesan registrar), Diocesan Registry, Bangor, 1905-1907 (3) (searches in the diocesan records on behalf of recipient, recipient's book on Beddgelert, good wishes for the success of recipient's magnum opus [on Thomas Charles], general comments on church restoration, the writing of biography, the 18th century church's policy of moderating enthusiasm, and the wisdom of the steps taken by [Thomas] Charles and his friends).