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An account book

An account book, 1868-1903, kept by Edwin Jones, and showing receipts and payments made by the headmaster of Brynarvor School, Towyn; a statement of the accounts of the Llandinam School Board; and a personal account with the Newtown Branch of the North and South Wales Bank, Limited.

Brynarvor Private School (Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales)

An account book

An account book, kept by Edwin Jones, headmaster of Towyn British School, 1864-1873, and including weekly payments by pupils attending day and evening school, an expense account for stationery, statements of expenses incurred by the Towyn Literary Meeting, 1865, and the Choral Society, 1867, memoranda of the terms of agreement between the managers and headmaster, and a piece of Welsh prose entitled 'Mae dwy ochr i ystori'.

Towyn British School (Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales)

Autograph Letters

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: Benjamin Owen, Pant Llin, Bodeiliog Uchaf, and Denbigh; Owen Owens, Pwllheli and Beaumaris; Edward Palmer and others on behalf of the Working Men's Hall, Shrewsbury; John Parry, Blaenau; Jas. Peake, Hereford, to Aneirin Jones; John Peter, Bala; Evan Phillips, Abercarn; Jno. Phillips, Graigarw Cottage; J. G. Phillips, Five Roads, Llanelly; W. T. Phillips, Llanelly; Dafydd Phylip, from 'Swyddfa Mr. Gomer', Swansea, and Browyr; Thos. Pierce, Liverpool; C. A. Price, Glenvelyn; Thomas Price, Aberdare; Elizabeth Prichard to the Overseers of the parish of Liverpool; John Prichard, Llangollen; T. Prichard Evans, Ystrad Mynach; Wm. Prosser, London; Jno. Radcliffe [Liverpool]; Thomas Raffles and James Widows, Liverpool, on behalf of the West Lancashire Auxiliary of the London Missionary Society; Margaret Rees, Llandovery; W. Rees, Peterston-super-Ely; Brinley Richards, Kensington; J. Richards, Pontypridd; J. Richards, Five Roads, Llanelly; Sarah Richards, Monmouth; W. Richards; Anne Roberts, Bringoleu; Jane [Roberts]; John Roberts, Glyndyfrdwy; John Roberts, New Quay; John and Jane Roberts to Mrs. Ann Griffith, Bodffary; Robert Roberts, St. Asaph; 'Nefydd' to Ellis Evans, Daniel Jones, etc.; Job Evans and others, Llantrisant; Maria Rogers; Wm. Roos, artist, London; John Rowland, Abergavenny, to Mrs. Rowland at Odiham, and to Daniel Jones; M. Rowland, Preston; M. and J. Rowland; David Rowlands, Pwllheli; Thos. Rowlands, Liverpool; D. Saunders; David Smart, Ruthin; O. Smith to [Benjamin] Thomas at Culmstock, Devon; W. Spurrell, Carmarthen; and Mary Stephen, Swansea.

Autograph letters

One of two volumes comprising a group of two hundred and twenty-four autograph letters and copies and fragments of letters covering the period 1823-1917 and addressed chiefly to 'Nefydd'. -- There are references to British Schools at Holywell, Abertillery, Llanelly, and Pantyphilip; a proposal to transfer Ellis Evans's Baptist manuscripts to Llangollen Baptist College; a proposal to publish the works of 'P. A. Môn'; Baptist activities in America and Australia; the Baptist cause at Caerleon and in Monmouthshire generally; a proposal to safeguard 'Carnhuanawc's library; and the Vronissa Lead Mine, Ruthin. David Morris, writing from Tasmania, states that on the night of his wife's funeral he was given ten shillings by 'Shoni Sgubor Fawr'. -- The writers include: Joseph Burton, Northampton; David Bowen to William Thomas; Evan W. and Edward David, Radyr Court, Cardiff; Wm. David, New York; Edwd. Davies, Blackwood; H. Beaver Davies, Bethesda and Llannerchymedd; John Davies, Bryn Mawr; John Davies, Llanhyddel; J. C. Davies, Holywell; Robt. Davies, Bookseller, Llansannan, to William Jones and 'Nefydd'; Thomas Davies, Haverfordwest; W. R. Davies, Dowlais; Robert Ellis ('Cynddelw'); Benjn. Evans, Hirwaun; David D. Evans, Pontrhydyryn; David Evans, Llaneurug; David Evans, Principality Office, Cardiff; D. M. Evans, Llanelly; Ellis Evans, Cefnmawr; John Evans, Cowbridge; Jno. Evans, Brecon; E. Francis, Llanover, on behalf of Lady Llanover; John and Margaret Gould and John P. Harries from Minersville, Pennsylvania, to 'Nefydd' and Howel Thomas; Cornelius Griffiths, Aberafan; Lady Hall [afterwards Lady Llanover]; Maria Hope [Liverpool]; J. Hiley [Llanwenarth]; Huw [Jones], Cefnbychan; H. W. Hughes, Maesteg; John Ceiriog Hughes ('Ceiriog'); William Hughes, Llanelly; John Humphreys, Liverpool; J. Humphreys, Newport (Pembs.); Huw Huws, Ystradyfodwg; D. Lloyd Isaac, Llangamarch and Pontypool; Elias James, Taff's Well; Jno. James, Bridgend; J. Spinther James, Llandudno; Wm. James, Tredegar; Jas. Jarman, on behalf of the Particular Baptist Church at Swindon, to the annual Association at Caersalem, Victoria, Monmouthshire; Wm. H. Jenkins, Pantyphillip, near Fishguard; Philip John, Aberdare; Aneurin Jones, Gelligroes; Daniel Jones; D. R. Jones, Liverpool; E[dward] Jones, Hibernian Schools, Liverpool; Edward Jones, Liverpool; [Evan Jones] ('Gwrwst'), Castleton, near Newport; George Jones, Melbourne, Victoria; H. W. Jones, Carmarthen, to James Rowe, Risca; Hugh Jones, Cefnmawr, to the Stanhope Street Baptist Church, Liverpool; Ifano Jones, Cardiff, to H. Williams, Nantyglo, and W. R. Roberts ('Ap Nefydd'), London; John Jones, Liverpool; John Jones ('Talhaiarn'); John Jones ('Tegid'), Nevern; J. Edred Jones, Utica, New York; J. R. Jones and Elizabeth Rowland Jones; John Jones, printer, Brynmawr; L. Jones; Mathew T. Jones, Tongwynlais; R. Jones [Liverpool]; Theophilus Jones, New York and Philadelphia; Thos. Jones; William Jones [from Anglesey]; W. B. Jones, Liverpool; Wm. B. Jones, Brooklyn, New York; John Kelly, Bontnewydd; Caleb Lewis, Blaenau, to ['Ap Nefydd'] and [Hugh] Williams; Robert Littler, New York; E[llen] Llewellyn, London; J. C. Mann, for the National Church Insurance Company; Mary Manuel, for Lady Llanover; Owen Michael, Blaenavon and Bridgend; J. Vyrnwy Morgan, Cardiff, to H. Williams, Treforest; John Morgan, Brierley Hill; Thomas Morgan, assistant overseer, Blaenau; William Morgan, Holyhead; and Margaret Morris and David Morris, Tarleton, Tasmania.

Autograph Letters

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: W. R. Baxter, British and Foreign School Society; C. M. Birrell, Liverpool; D. Bowen, ? Blaenau, to his son, a Mormon; J. Bowman, Formby; Isaac Bowmans, Wavertree; M. Bowman and Jane Jones, Preston; J. Bowstead, Education Department, London; David Bruce [Liverpool]; David Charles, Trevecka College; W. Clayton, Liverpool; D. Isaac Davies, Bristol; D. L. Davies, Swansea; E. H. Davies, Liverpool; Elias Davies, David Roberts, and William Rees, Felinfoel; H. B. Davies; Ioan Davies; John Davies, Rhosllannerchrugog; John Davies, 'Flowar Delar', Cynwyd; Stanhope Street Baptist Church, Liverpool; Joseph Davies, Cradley; Joshua Davies, Penmorfa; T. Davies, Llangynidr; Thomas Davies [Lixwm Green]; Thomas Davies, Llandeilo; Thomas Davies, Llanfyllin; Ebenezer Williams; W. R. Davies, Dowlais; J. Dawson, Lyme, Dorset, to Benjamin Thomas at Upton on Severn; W. Dugdale; Jas. C. Duncan and I. Oliver Jones, Liverpool Town Mission; John Edwards, Ruthin and Nantyglo; John Edwards, Cardiff; John Edwards, Liverpool; Robert Ellis ('Cynddelw'); Christmas Evans; Christmas Evans and twenty-one other Baptist ministers from Llanerchymedd to the church at Holyhead; David Evans, Principality Office, Cardiff; David D, Evans, Carmarthen and Pontrhydyryn; E. Evans, London; Evan Evans, Caernarvon; John Evans, Llansantffraid Glan Conway; Lewis Evans, Llandeilo; Martha Evans, Llanfair, to her brother Benjamin Thomas at Prescott; Thomas Evans, Caernarvon; Thomas Evans, Stamp Office, Brecon; William Evans, Aberystwyth; W. M. Evans, Carmarthen; Moses Fisher, Liverpool; Joshua G. Fitch, British and Foreign School Society, to W. Phillips; Tho. Francis, Pontypridd; Andrew G. Fuller, London; J. Lewis, Blaenau; John Garnon, 'Ieuan Ferddig', Merthyr Tydfil; Thomas Gee, Denbigh; Wm. George, Wakefield [father of the first Earl Lloyd George]; H. Griffiths; T. Griffiths, Caernarvon; J. Henry Griffiths to the Reverend T. Raffles Liverpool; J. W. Griffiths, Caernarvon and Bradford; Wm. Griffiths, Rhos; Dl. Gwilim; B.H. [Mold]; Wm. Hardee, Boverton; Joseph Harris ('Gomer') to Benjamin Jones ('P. A. Môn'); John Heaton, Haworth, to B[enjamin] Thomas at Wellington; John Herring, Cardigan; John Hier, New Swindon; J. Hiley, Pilgrim's Rest; Robert Hill, New Swindon; Thos. Hodgson to the Reverend [John] Rowland; Tho. Holman, County Gaol, Monmouth; Thomas Arthur Hope, Everton; L. B. Houghton [Liverpool]; H. Hughes, Neath; John Hughes, woollen merchant, Llangollen; Peter Hughes, Rothesay, to Ellis Evans; and Geo. W. Humphreys, Merthyr Tydfil.

Autograph Letters

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.

Autograph Letters

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: Thomas, Llwyn, to his brother Benjamin Thomas at Wellington and Culmstock; E. Thomas, Bethel Cottage and Cardigan; E. Thomas, Tredegar; Ebenezer Thomas ('Eben Fardd'); George Thomas, Brynmawr; G. G. Thomas, Abersychan; Jenkin Thomas, Oxford; J. Thomas, Tongwynlais; J. Thomas, Liverpool; N[athaniel] Thomas, Cardiff; Timothy Thomas, Islington, to Benjamin Thomas at Culmstock; Zachariah Thomas, Beudyau, to his son Benjamin Thomas at Wellington, Somerset; Wm. Tongue; James Webb, Hounslow; A. Williams, Rhos; W. Williams, Holyhead; Daniel Williams, Little Worton and Cardigan; D. Williams, Miskin; Ebenezer Williams, Defynog; E. P. Williams, Bassaleg; George Williams, Manchester; W. H... .; J. Williams, Newtown; J. Williams, Hirwaun; James Williams, Kinstanley; James Williams, Bwllfa Colliery, Aberdare; John Williams, Dolbenmaen; J. P. Williams, St. Dogmaels, on behalf of Penuel Baptist Church; L. Williams, Llanddulas; Llewellyn Williams, Seren Gomer Office, Carmarthen; Owen Williams, Secretary, Liverpool Cambrian Building Society; O. Williams, Holywell; Rowland Williams, Liverpool; S. Williams, Hermon; Wm. Williams, Caernarvon; Wm. Williams ('Creuddynfab'); Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Wynnstay; 'Y. C. G.', Holyhead, to David Jenkin, Seren Gomer Office, Swansea; and [Joshua Thomas], Leominster, to [Benjamin Thomas] at Wellington; together with some unsigned fragments and drafts. -- This volume also includes seventeen miscellaneous letters of transfer of membership, mainly to Salem Baptist Church, Blaenau, 1829-53.

Board of Education Records

This section comprises correspondence, papers and records accumulated by O. M. Edwards as Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales under the new Welsh Department of the Board of Education from 1907. It consists of correspondence files; notebooks recording details of Edwards's visits to Welsh schools; a register of visits, 1909-1910; and two reports on Welsh education, 1892 and 1911, prepared by O. M. Edwards.

Great Britain. Board of Education.

'Brad y Llyfrau Gleision',

Press cuttings of articles, letters, etc., many of them by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd'), condemning the Reports of the Commissioners of Inquiry into the State of Education in Wales (London, 1847).

'Ieuan Gwynedd' and others.

'Brad y Llyfrau Gleision',

Strictures by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd') upon the methods and conclusions of the commissioners who reported in 1847 upon the state of education in Wales.

Jones, Evan, 1820-1852

'Brad y Llyfrau Gleision',

Transcripts by Robert Oliver Rees of two letters, 1848, by Evan Jones ('Ieuan Gwynedd') relating to the reports of the Commissioners on the state of education in Wales.

Robert Oliver Rees.

Correspondence

One of four volumes containing a collection of nearly two hundred letters addressed to Thomas Powel. They relate to matters of Welsh education, bibliography, philology and Celtic subjects. The principal correspondents are John E. A. Fenwick, Cheltenham, 1883; Samuel Ferguson, Dublin, 1877; Edward A[ugustus] Freeman, Wells, 1876, with an offprint of a letter on English policy in Turkey by Dr Humphrey Sandwith; F[rederick] J[ames] Furnivall, London, 1881; H[enri] Gaidoz, Paris, 1880-1883; John Griffith, Neath, 1890; C[harles] E[dward] T[homas] Griffith, Llandaff, 1919; Robert Harley, Mill Hill, 1877; D[avid] Howell, Wrexham, 1890; J[ohn] Cynddylan Jones, Cardiff, 1879; J[ames] R[hys] Kilsby Jones, 1883; Owen Jones, Llansantffraid, 1894; Rees Jenkin Jones, Aberdare, 1891; C[harles] K[emeys] Kem[e]ys-Tynte, Halswell, 1889; W[illiam] P[aton] Ker, Oxford, 1891-1892; Thomas Kerslake, Bristol, 1880; David Lewis, Llanarmon and London, 1879-1880; Sir William T[homas] Lewis (afterwards 1st Baron Merthyr), 1886 (concerning the Welsh Library Fund); Howell W[illiam] Lloyd, Kensington, 1880; James Macauley, M. D., 1882; Edmund McClure, editorial secretary of the S.P.C.K., 1882; J. J. MacSweeney, Dublin, 1882; Edward Matthews, Bonvilstone, 1876; John Hobson Matthews, Cardiff, 1890; John E[yton] B[ickersteth] Mayor, 1883; Arthur W[illiam] K[aye] Miller, British Museum, 1896; Eluned Morgan ('Eluned'), Bedlinog, 1897; Sir Lewis Morris, London, 1883; William Morris, Bloomsbury, 1877; and George [Friedrich] Müller, Bristol, 1883.

Correspondence

One of four volumes containing a collection of nearly two hundred letters addressed to Thomas Powel. They relate to matter of Welsh education, bibliography, philology and Celtic subjects. The principal correspondents are E[benezer] J[osiah] Newell, Neath, 1890; Alfred [Trubner] Nutt, 1884-1885; Sir Hugh Owen, 1880; Isambard Owen, 1882; John Owen, dean of St Asaph (afterwards bishop of St David's), 1892; Sarah Jane Rees ('Cranogwen'), 1891; Henry Richard, MP, 1880-1881; [Sir] John Rhys, 1881-1883; Llywarch Reynolds, 1881-1902; T[homas] F[rancis] Roberts, Tywyn, 1885; Leslie Stephen, 1883; Margaret E. Stephens, Merthyr Tydfil, 1884; Whitley Stokes, 1883; John Strachan, 1906; and Henry Sweet, Christiania, 1883.

Correspondence

One of four volumes containing a collection of nearly two hundred letters addressed to Thomas Powel. They relate to matters to Welsh education, bibliography, philology and Celtic subjects. The principal correspondents are Edward Arber, Birmingham (to Llywarch Reynolds), 1884; George Duckett Barber Beaumont, Stoke Poges (to John [sic] [i.e. Thomas] Stephens, Merthyr [Tydfil]), 1855, enclosing a copy of his Ancient Oral Records of the Cimri and referring to other Welsh poems the meaning of which could be recovered by his method of literal translation into the Aramitic [Aramaic] language; Walter Bezant [Lowe], 1878-1880; John S[utherland] Black, Edinburgh, resident editor of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1886-1887; G[eorge] G[ranville] Bradley, Westminster, 1889; J[ohn] Collingwood Bruce, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1886; J. Bryce, Lincoln's Inn; Charles J. Clark, printer, 1896; E[dward] B[yles] Cowell, Cambridge, 1882-1883; D[avid] Charles Davies, Trefecca, 1890; John Davies, Hampstead, 1884; John Davies, Pandy, 1896; T[homas] Witton Davies, Haverfordwest, 1890; Lewis Davi[e]s, Ferndale, 1886; W[illiam] Boyd Dawkins, Manchester, 1882; Arthur de la Borderie, 1883; J. R. Dore, Huddersfield, 1878-1889; John Duncan, Cardiff, 1890; Charles [Isaac] Elton, London, 1884; D[aniel] Silvan Evans, 1879-1883; E[van] W[illiam] Evans, Dolgelley, 1917; T[homas] C[hristopher] Evans ('Cadrawd'), 1906.

Correspondence

One of four volumes containing a collection of nearly two hundred letters addressed to Thomas Powel. They relate to matters of Welsh education, bibliography, philology and Celtic subjects. The principal correspondents are Isaac Taylor, Settrington, 1878; Thomas [James] Thirlwall, Nantmel, 1896; John Thomas ('Pencerdd Gwalia'), 1882; James R[ichard] Thursfield, Dresden, 1873; J[ames] H[enthorn] Todd; T[homas] Fisher Unwin, 1911; C[harles] J[ohn] Vaughan, dean of Llandaff; Professor C[harles Edwyn] Vaughan, Cardiff, 1897; Gwyneth Vaughan [Annie Harriet Hughes], 1906; T. R. Wardale, 1890; Sir John Williams, 1894; T[homas] Marchant Williams, 1883-1884; E[dward] P[erceval] Wright, Dublin; and William W[atkin] E[dward] Wynne, Peniarth, 1860 (to Thomas Stephens).

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