One of four volumes comprising three hundred and sixty-four autograph letters and copies and drafts of letters of the period 1787-1930. The two main groups among them are those addressed to 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones, but there are also two very much smaller groups of letters to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn') and Benjamin Thomas, Baptist minister at Culmstock, Devon, and nephew of Joshua Thomas, Leominster. They are generally of personal, religious, or Baptist interest, although a number of letters addressed to 'Nefydd ' relate also to his educational activities. -- Among the subjects discussed in MSS 7163-6 are British Schools at Penmorfa, Llandygwydd, Devynnock, Llandilo, Abertillery, Llantrisant, Cwmdare, and Five Roads, Llanelly, and appeals for financial assistance for the Baptist churches at Caernarvon, Tenby, Cwmsarnddu, Llanfyllin, and Stanhope Street, Liverpool. Letters from America are chiefly of a denominational character. David Thomas, Llwyn, discusses the reaction in Carmarthenshire to the French Revolution and refers to meetings held at Carmarthen and Llandovery to pledge loyalty to the Government and to burn an effigy of Tom Paine. Several of the letters are endorsed with sermon notes and memoranda by 'Nefydd' and Daniel Jones. -- The writers in the present group include: S. B. Jackson to the minister, superintendent, and teachers at the Baptist Church, St. Thomas's Buildings [Liverpool]; Jno. James, Aberystwyth and Bridgend (one to Christmas Evans); James Jarman and John Williams; John Jenkins, junior, Cardiff; Ll. Jenkins, Maesycwmwr, to ['Ap Nefydd']; Sarah R. Jenkins, Newport, to Mrs. Edwards; Thomas Johns, Cymmer, Porth; Messrs. Jones & Bickerton Williams [Liverpool]; Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn'), Holyhead; P.A. Môn', on behalf of the Baptist church at Holyhead, to Baptist ministers and brethren of Anglesey; D. Jones; Catherine Jones, Ruthin, to her husband, Willm. Jones, Liverpool; Jane Jones and Daniel Jones, Liverpool, to Mrs. Morgan, Erryd, near Llandovery; Daniel Jones, Liverpool, to Enoch Lloyd, Mold, to his aunt, to the Committee of the Friendly Society meeting at Byrom Street Church [Liverpool], to the Committee of the Baptist Building Fund, to the Reverend J. Bowman, Formby, to 'P. A. Môn', to the Chester Baptists, to Dr. Williams, Islington, to David Jones Lewis, to Jane Jones, to 'Nefydd', to the Baptist Church at Great Crosshall Street, and to the Cymreigyddion Society of Liverpool; David Jones, Independent minister, Drewen; David Jones, Llannefydd; David Jones, Star, Newcastle Emlyn; Eliza, daughter of the Reverend Daniel Jones; Evan Jones, Casbach; Evan Jones, Llanwrtyd Wells; E. Jones, Denbigh; E. K. Jones, Wrexham, to Caleb Lewis, Blaenau; George Jared Jones, Melbourne; Hugh Jones, Manchester, to Roger Owen at Liverpool; Jane Jones, Llanelly and Tongwynlais; Jane -, to Ebenezer Thomas ('Eben Fardd'); Jno. Jones, Pwllheli; John Jones, ('Talhaiarn'); John Jones, Llannefydd; J. R. Jones; Lewis Jones, Pwllheli; Robert Isaac Jones ('Alltud Eifion'), Tremadoc; Robt. Jones, Liverpool; R. A. Jones, Swansea; Theophilus Jones, Pughtown and Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania; T. D. Jones at Ely; William Jones and John Griffiths, on behalf of Great Crosshall Street Baptist Church, to the Association meeting at Bangor; Wm. Jones, Assistant Secretary, Religious Tract Society; Wm. Jones, Ebbw Vale; Wm. B. Jones ['Ap P. A. Môn'], New York and Kansas; J. Joshua, Cross Ceelg; John Kelly, for the proposed Dissenting Association at Liverpool; J. Lang; Thos. Langdon, Leeds, to [Benjamin] Thomas at Wellington; R. Lewin, Toronto; R. R. W. Lingen, Committee of Council on Education, London; R. Littler, New York; John Lloyd, Amserau Office, Liverpool; D. Marples [Liverpool]; G. Medley, Byrom Street Chapel Book Society, Liverpool; J. Morgan; Llandovery; Thos. Morgan, New Inn [Cwmsarnddu]; Thomas Morgan, Cardiff; William Morgan, Holyhead; John Morris, Garn Vach; and Saml. Morris, Liverpool.