Rhagolwg argraffu Cau

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Rhagolwg argraffu Gweld:

Nodiadau ar Ddolgellau

Notes by Edward Griffith on seventeenth century landowners in the Dolgellau district, the social and religious history of Dolgellau, etc.

Rhwng dau fyd

Llythyrau, 1976-1977, yn ymwneud â'r gyfrol Rhwng dau fyd. Darn o hunangofiant (Dinbych, 1976), gan gynnwys rhai oddi wrth David Jenkins; a Kate Roberts; ynghyd ag adolygiadau o'r llyfr.

Jenkins, David, 1912-2002.

Llythyr Rachel Bromwich at David Jenkins

Llythyr, 22 Awst [1976x1979], oddi wrth Rachel Bromwich, Bethesda, at Mr [David] Jenkins, [Penrhyn-coch, sir Aberteifi], yn trafod rhai lleoliadau yng ngogledd sir Aberteifi ac iddynt gysylltiad â Dafydd ap Gwilym, yn arbennig 'Melin y Prior' a 'Bwlch y Maen'. Aeth Jenkins a Bromwich ar daith tywys o amgylch yr ardal wythnos ynghynt; ganed Dafydd ap Gwilym, mae'n debyg, ym Mrogynin, Penrhyn-coch. = A letter, 22 August [1976x1979], from Rachel Bromwich, Bethesda, to Mr [David] Jenkins, [Penrhyn-coch, Cardiganshire], discussing certain places in northern Cardiganshire associated with the poet Dafydd ap Gwilym, in particular 'Melin y Prior' and 'Bwlch y Maen'. Jenkins had given Bromwich a tour of the area the previous week; Brogynin in Penrhyn-coch was Dafydd ap Gwilym's probable birthplace.

Bromwich, Rachel

Letters relating to the sale of manuscripts

The file comprises letters, 1957-1975, from correspondents including Howard Gotlieb, Boston University Libraries, Dr David Jenkins, National Library of Wales, F. W. Roberts, The University of Texas, Bertram Rota, Booksellers, Meic Stephens, Welsh Arts Council, and Dr Jacob Schwartz.

Gotlieb, Howard B.


Gohebiaeth a phapurau, 1976-1978, y rhan fwyaf gohebiaeth yn ymwneud â rhoddion i'r Apêl Syr Thomas Parry Williams, yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth J. Haulfryn Williams; J. E. Caerwyn Williams; Jack Evans; Roy Stephens; R. Geraint Gruffydd; G. D. Jones; John Rhys; Brian Ó Cuív; J. A. Edwards; Trevor Morgan; Emrys Wyn Jones; Cyril Moseley; T.A. Owen; Heidemarie Poschbeck; Bobi Jones; Elan Closs Stephens; Ioan Bowen Rees; Douglas Bassett; David Jenkins; Pat Williams; R. Geraint Gruffydd, Ieuan Gwynedd Jones, a J. E. Caerwyn Williams; a Thomas Parry. Yn ogystal, ceir copi o'r cylchgrawn ‘Ninnau’ (1978).

Datblygiad yr Ysgol Astudiaethau Cymreig a Cheltaidd

Gohebiaeth a phapurau, 1971, 1973-1974, a 1976; yn ymwneud â datblygiad arfaethedig yr Ysgol Astudiaethau Cymreig a Cheltaidd, Coleg Prifysgol Cymru, y rhan fwyaf yn trafod yn bennaf sefydlu ysgoloriaethau ar gyfer Astudiaethau Celtaidd, manylion yr Ysgol Astudiaethau Celtaidd arfaethedig, a’r ceisiadau i gael adeilad swyddogol yn y Brifysgol; ac yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth R. Geraint Gruffydd; J. Gareth Thomas; Thomas Parry; Goronwy Daniel; T.A. Owen; David Jenkins; J.E. Caerwyn Williams; Ieuan Gwynedd Jones; ac Emrys Wynn Jones.

Argraffiad arbennig ‘Detholion o Waith Lewys Glyn Cothi’ a teyrnged i E.D. Jones

Rhestr o gyfraniadau ariannol i argraffiad arbennig arfaethedig o lyfr E.D. Jones ‘Detholion o Waith Lewys Glyn Cothi’, [1984]; copïau o dorion o’r wasg, a chopi o gylchlythyr ‘Yr Angor’, 1987, yn cofio E.D. Jones, cyn-lyfrgellydd y Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru; a gohebiaeth gysylltiedig yn trafod yr argraffiad arbennig, 1983-1984, yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth Olwen Daniel; B.G. Owens; J. E. Caerwyn Williams; Richard Owen; David Jenkins; Mary Llewelfryn Davies; Andrew Hawke; Siân Teifi a Martin Davies; Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan; Rheinallt Llwyd; Mary Burdett-Jones; Telfryn Pritchard; Mati Rees; Walford Davies; D. Phillips; ac R. Geraint Gruffydd.

Letters to 'S.R.',

Fifty-nine letters, 1825-1884, to the Reverend Samuel Roberts ('S.R.') from the following correspondents:- [H. A. Bruce, 1st baron] Aberdare, London, 1875 ('S.R.'s scheme for preventing the pollution of rivers, etc.), A. Albright, Birmingham, n.d. (sending a donation) (with outline of reply), Marcus Beresford, M.P. [London], 1872 (promising a contribution towards the [Boro'] church) ('Col. B[eresford] handed in Five guineas'), J. Jenkyn Brown, Birmingham, 1883 (thanking 'S.R.' for the books, the truth in 'S.R.'s case as in many others of the saying 'One soweth and another reapeth') (with copy of reply), H. S. Bryant, Privy Council Office, 1884 (a reply from Mr. Mundella to the letter sent by 'S.R.' and Mr. John Roberts to Mr. Gladstone on the subject of Conway College) (with a letter from 'S.R.' to the Mayor of Conway advising that the Conway Corporation should secure at once the Fawcett College as it would prove a fine spot for an Intermediate School), James Carlile, Hackney, [18]43 (apologising for inserting 'S.R.'s name in a circular without his permission formally obtained) (with draft reply) (incomplete), Pat[rick] Chalmers, Wimbledon, 1883 (thanking 'S.R.' for his enclosure, re justice to his father's memory [i.e. James Chalmers], mention of Pearson Hill), James Colley, Shrewsbury, 1826 and 1875 (2) (a query on behalf of Mr. Wynne concerning the Welsh language, acknowledging a packet and a note, an invitation), R. H. Collins, Claremont, Esher, for H.R.H. The Duchess of Albany, 1884 (thanking him for his letter of sympathy and enclosure), John Crossley, Halifax, 1873 (sending a donation towards Bala College), D. Charles Davies, London, 1872 (promising a guinea to the Boro' Welsh church) (with draft reply), W. W. Dawson, Officer of Health's Department, Town Hall, Manchester, 1875 (acknowledging 'S.R.'s circular, the Manchester Corporation sewage system) (with a draft of a letter from 'S.R.' to J. F. Roberts, Manchester, on the same subject), Victor Drummond, H.B.M. Charge d'Affaires, British Legation, Washington, 1881 (replying to a letter addressed to the Hon. L. S. Sackville West), Henry T. Edwards, The Deanery, Bangor, 1883 (thanking him for sending his ('S.R's) temperance addresses), Will: Fowler, Birches Green near Birmingham, 1867 ('Hen gyfaill i Deulu Wynnstay, a Bodelwyddan') (acknowledging a letter, their wish to have seen 'S.R.' when they passed through Llan-brynmair, readiness to contribute to the testimonial), G[riffith] Francis , [?London], [18]72 ('Yr Hen Griffith Francis ddaeth i gyfoeth drwy Lafur a gofal . . .') (he is very poorly, will expect 'S.R.' on Sunday evening), Herbert J. Gladstone, [London], [18]81 (returning 'Diosg Farm', he cannot undertake to advise 'S.R.' in the matter of reprinting it, subscribing to the Testimonial Fund) (with copy of reply), G. Leveson Gower, Whitehall, 1883-1884 (2) (acknowledging letters to Mr. Gladstone), [John Griffith] 'Gohebydd' (nephew), Llangollen, 1872 (? the Boro' Chapel appeal, whether to come up for Thanks-giving day), H[enry] Griffiths, Brecon, 1842, and Bowdon, 1872 (an appeal for help towards the Library, mention of Mr. Hughes and Kerry, his inability to help with 'S.R.'s case [? the Boro' Chapel appeal] in Bowdon), D[avid] Howell (cousin), [18]81 (3, copies) (letters to be read in conjunction with some of those in NLW MS 13195D), Evan Howell (cousin), London, 1872 (the American claim, the Boro' Chapel appeal, an invitation) (with draft reply), John Jenkins, Kerry, 1825 (he has sent 'S.R.'s essay to Mr. Walter Davies), J. Morlais Jones, [London], 1872 (contributing to the Boro' Chapel appeal) (with draft reply), (Sir) Wilfrid Lawson, Carlisle, [18]83 (thanking 'S.R.' for sending him a copy of his temperance addresses), Morgan Lloyd, [London], 1872 (enclosing his subscription to the Boro' Chapel appeal) (with draft reply), [Sir] John Lubbock, House of Commons, [18]83 (acknowledging a letter and pamphlet), (continued)

G. O[sborne] Morgan, [London], 1872 and 1877 (2) (enclosing a contribution [ towards the Boro' Chapel], acknowledging a letter with enclosures), S[amuel] Morley, London, 1851 and n.d. (2) (replying to a letter, wishing to see 'S.R.'), Hugh Owen, London, 1872 (2) (the Boro' Chapel appeal) (with a copy of 'S.R.'s reply to the earlier of the two letters (reference to the warm reception given at the Albion Hall Eisteddfod to Hwfa [Môn]'s advocacy of Hugh Owen's election to the London School Board)), General Sir Henry F. Ponsonby, Buckingham Palace, 1884, on behalf of the Queen (acknowledging a letter [of sympathy] and a book), Wm. Rathbone, London and Llanbedrog, 1883 (2) (acknowledging a note, thanking him for sending the Temperance Addresses), (Dr.) Thomas Rees, Swansea, 1882 (a request for further help to make the denominational statistics perfect) (with copy of reply), Henry Richard, London, 1867 and 1871 (2) (reference to 'S.R.'s return from America, liberty for Mr Hughes of New York to republish his (Henry Richard's) letters in America, mention of a deputation from Merthyr and Aberdare inviting him to become a candidate for the representation of the new seat, and the Committee and 'S.R.'s suggestion about giving lectures or holding meetings for the Peace Society) (with a note (crossed out), 1884, from 'S.R.' to Henry Richard on the back of the 1867 letter and a draft reply on the back of the second), George H. Roberts, Ebensburg, 1881 (the death of his father, [cousin] Edward Roberts) (with a covering letter, 1881, from 'S.R.' to D[avid] Howell, Dolguog, in which the 'Hen Bregethau' and 'J.R.'s health are also mentioned), Lionel de Rothschild, London, 1872 (the Boro' Chapel appeal), E. G. Salisbury, Chester, 1884 (sympathy on the death of [John Roberts] 'J.R.'), John Sibree, Coventry, 1834 (sending a volume he had published on Nonconformity) (written on a sheet containing a printed announcement of the impending publication of Ecclesiastical lectures; or, a series of discourses, on subjects connected with Nonconformity by John Sibree), Wm. Sommerville, Bitton Hill, near Bristol (contributing to the Boro' Chapel appeal), [John Poyntz (Spencer), 5th earl] Spencer, Irish Office, 1884 (he had received the petition and would present it to the House of Lords), David Thomas, Cotham, Bristol (contributions to the Boro' Chapel appeal, mention of having seen and heard 'S.R.' and of once passing a couple of hours with his father), Mary Vaughan (cousin), Paddy's Run, 1883 (the death of 'S.R.'s friend, David Howell, blacksmith, inquiring about Richard Roberts, various items of news) (with copy of reply), Hugh Williams, writing from New York, 1859 (sending a small publication (unspecified), his headquarters during his brief visit would be at Chicago, before returning to New York on his way to Europe he would be glad of an opportunity to meet 'S.R.'), Joshua Wilson ('mab hael yr hen Foneddwr Hael Thomas Wilson'), Tunbridge Wells, 1872 (2) (the Boro' Chapel appeal) (with a copy of a reply to the first letter), C. W. Williams Wynn, London, 1837 (acknowledging receipt of a letter re the want of postal communication between Llanbrynmair and other places), C. W. Williams Wynn, London, 1872 (contributing to the Boro' Chapel appeal and himself appealing for interest in the Welsh Charity School, Ashford, of which he is treasurer) (with copy of reply), and Owen S. Wynne, Rhuabon [sic] 1883-1884 (2) (writing on behalf of Sir Watkin to acknowledge a letter of sympathy [on the death of his daughter] and on behalf of Miss Williams Wynn to acknowledge congratulations). Also an envelope addressed to 'S.R'. in the handwriting of Lady Hall [Llanover], 1848.

Letters to 'S.R.',

Forty-four letters, 1820-1883, nearly all addressed to the Reverend Samuel Roberts ['S.R.']. The correspondents are Evan R. Bebb (cousin), New York, 1833 (his employment, family news), William Bebb (cousin), Hamilton [Ohio], 1840 (the result of the presidential election, family and other news), B. W. Chidlaw, Paddy's Run, Ohio, and New York, 1841 (2) and 1848 (the death of his wife, Hannah, religious affairs, the cause of Anti-Slavery, his work on behalf of the Am[erican] S[unday] S[chool] U[nion], with a note, 1848, from Samuel Roberts, Llanbrynmair, to J. F. Parker, Birmingham (reference to the approaching departure of thirty(-five) or more members from Llanbryn-mair for America)), J[ames] Evans, Hon. Sec., Cymmrodorion, London, 1823 (re sending the medal awarded to Samuel Roberts for the best essay from the schools in North Wales on the subject 'O Dduw y mae pob peth'), E. L. (?) Gardenhire, Sparta, Tenn[essee], 1859 (mention of his charges to the grand juries, his hope that the addressee will be able to have a speedy adjudication of his claims), Jas. Griffiths, Treliwyd, 1833 (unaddressed and possibly to the Reverend John Roberts, Senior ?) (news of Henry, etc.), H[enry] Griffiths, Stroud, 1842 (requesting help in translating into Welsh some words to be written on the cover of a book for presentation to a Mrs. Mailing), David Howell, writing from Machynlleth, London and [Paris], 1874-1876, (4, copies, the first to Griff[ith] Jones, Solicitor, Aberystwyth) (sending some autographs for exhibition, with a list, thanking 'S.R.' for the copy of his Helyntion Bywyd, doubting whether Mr. D. Davies would want to be involved in any new venture, mention of the diverse nature of talents, etc.), Ezekiel Hughes, Ebensburgh, 1835 (news of America, the inpouring by Papal Europe of Jesuits and money into the Western part of the country, and the exertions of the Protestants), J. A. James, Edgbaston, [postmark 1834] (the case of the Welsh chapels has been admitted by the Board), John Jenkins, Kerry, 1828 (satisfaction in hearing that he purposes to publish his essay on the excellence of the Welsh language), Griffith Jones, Hon. Sec. (Cymmrodorion) [London], 1826 (2) ('S. R.'s essay on 'Calondid' has been adjudged one of the best on that subject, reasons for the delay in forwarding the medal), J[ames] Rhys Jones ['Kilsby'], Bolton, 1852 (thanking 'S.R.' for the admirable letters he put into his hand at Liverpool and asking him not to write any more against a trunk line to Milford Haven via Llanidloes, with a plan and particulars of distances and also a reply) (copy), Josiah Jones, Braichodnant [Llanbrynmair], 1835, to 'S.R.' in Birmingham (sending greetings to their pastor, with various items of news, and hoping they will soon hear that he is coming home) (with notes also from R[ichard] Roberts [Llanbryn-mair] and John Roberts, Newtown, to their brother (items of news)), David Lewis (cousin), Erdington, 1829 (acknowledging a letter, mention of religious meetings, etc.), Edwd. Miall, Leicester, 1835 (the application by the Welsh Congregational churches for assistance) (with a draft of a letter from 'S.R.'), (Rees and) Grace Morgan [America], 1820 (to the Reverend John Roberts and his wife and in part to a sister) (family news, sympathizing with the sister on the death of her husband), Caleb Morris, [at] Bedwell Park, Herts., 1840 (thanking him for his reply to Edwards, wishing to know about the great Revivals in North Wales, mention of Brecon College, his stay at Bedwell Park with Sir Culling E. Smith, etc.) (continued)

Wm. Stern Palmer, London, [18]43 (acknowledging receipt of a donation to the [Congregational] Union, mention of the meeting of the Union at Leeds), Thomas Picton, New York, 1840 (acknowledging receipt of the memoir of 'S.R.'s father and the note, other Welsh reading, family news, the great schism in their church, etc.), Mary Prodgers (?Rodgers) (cousin), Ebensburg, 1854 (the death of her father [the Reverend George Roberts], reference to having received the letter containing an account of Cousin Ann Williams's death), Tho[mas] Raffles, writing from Donegal, 1842 (replying to a letter), Geo. Redford, Worcester, 1835 (a reminder concerning a pulpit engagement), George Roberts (or George and Jane Roberts), Ebensburg, 1835-1844 (4) (reference to hearing of the death of the writer's only brother [the Reverend John Roberts], and to sending a bundle of his letters for 'S.R.' to make selections from them, mention of D[avid] Lewis and his new wife, religious affairs, his resignation from office (1839) and the appointment of Richard Lewis as his successor, serious difficulties in the church and the resignation of Mr. Jones and himself in June 1838, family news, the death of the President [W. H. Harrison], critical mention of (theological) disputes between John [Roberts] and his cousin Richard Williams and between Samuel [Roberts] and a certain person, [Alexander] Campbell, the death of their dear relative, the Reverend David Lewis (1844), etc.), John Roberts [Senior], Llanbrynmair, [18]29 (they much wish to know when to expect him home from London, Lewis Pugh, the conduct of Mr. Morison in not publishing the memoir of Mrs. Lewis) (with a (?) draft reply in shorthand), J. Pye Smith, Homerton [London], 1840 (his inability to take on another applicant for help, what Mr. Methuselah Davies should do, requesting information concerning affairs at Machynlleth) (with a copy of 'S.R.'s reply concerning the church at Machynnlleth [sic] (end wanting)), A[rthur] Tidman, Sec[retar]y (Board of Congregational Ministers for London and its vicinity), London, 1834 (to the Revd. D. Morgan, Machynlleth, and 'S.R.') ( the appeal of the Welsh Congregational churches) (with draft letters from 'S.R.' to other persons), (?) W. C. Vaughan (nephew), Paddy's Run, O[hio], 1883 (acknowledging receipt of a paper containing a notice of the death and funeral of Richard [Roberts], the state of health of the writer's mother) (with a draft reply), Robert Vaughan, Kensington, 1842 (how to dispose of and send the books which he and brother Blackburn have collected for distribution among their more needy brethren in North Wales) (with draft reply), Algernon Wells, London, 1841 (arrangements for a delegation from the English to the Welsh Branch of the Congregational Union) (with a copy of a reply), J[ohn] B[ickerton] Williams, Shrewsbury, 1834 (sympathy on hearing of the death of the addressee's father), W[illiam] Williams, Wern, 1834 and undated (2) (re writing to London and some other places in England about the Union in Wales, a copy of an announcement to be printed on the wrapper of the Dysgedydd for March, George Lewis's accident, some of the features in the late the Reverend John Roberts that deserved to be emulated [cf. Cofiant y Parch. John Roberts . . . (1837), pp. 28-30]), Joshua Wilson, [London], 1842 (Mr. Blackburn had handed to him 'S.R.'s letter as he (J.W.) was the writer of the article (specified) in the late Supplement to the Congregational Magazine, a query concerning the meaning of an expression in Dr. Dan[ie]l Williams's will (dated 1711)) (with draft reply), and W. Wilson, Nottingham, 1835, under cover to the Revd. J. A. James, Birmingham (acknowledging a letter, individuals in St. James' Street and Friar Lane in Nottingham may help 'S.R.' a little, but the only congregation open to him is, he fears, Mr. Alliott's, suggesting that 'S.R.' should write to Mr. Alliott).

Dyddiaduron y Parch. John Jenkins,

  • NLW MSS 22922-47A.
  • Ffeil
  • 1819-1853.

Pocket diaries of the Reverend John Jenkins (1779-1853, DWB), Baptist minister at Hengoed, co. Glamorgan, 1809-1853, author, editor and publisher. The diaries run from 1819 to 1853 with gaps for 1820-1821, 1824, 1832, 1834 (covers only remaining) and 1847; many are incomplete, with two leaves only extant for 1819, the period 1 January - 13 February only for 1841 and September - December only for 1826 and 1848. The brief entries, in Welsh, record preaching engagements and sermon texts, and other details in connection with John Jenkins's ministry; there are also references to his writings, notably his Esponiad, to his printing and publishing work, to the sale of his publications, and to his sons Titus Jenkins, Baptist minister, John Jenkins, missionary, and Llewelyn Jenkins, publisher. The diaries for 1829 and 1830 contain references to the building of a new place of worship at Hengoed. Also included are personal accounts and others relating to the publication and sale of books.

Jenkins, John, 1779-1853

Letters to the Rev. C. Tawelfryn Thomas (J-O)

Thirty-seven holograph and autograph letters and postcards (surnames J-O), 1877-1931, addressed to the Rev. C. Tawelfryn Thomas. Frequent references to the Rev. Evan Jones (Ieuan Gwynedd) in the correspondence relate mostly to Thomas's biography, Cofiant Darluniadol Mewn Rhyddiaeth a Chân i'r Diweddar Barch. Evan Jones... (Dolgellau, 1909).
The correspondents are D[avid] Emrys James (Dewi Emrys), Pontypridd, 1912 (personal, the writer's pryddest on Ieuan Gwynedd); C. R. Jones, Llanfyllin, 1897 (2) (matters relating to the periodical Y Dysgedydd, contributions by recipient); Evan Jones, Plas, Chwilog, [undated] (information re Ellis Owen [1789-1868, farmer and poet, of Cefn-y-meysydd, parish of Ynyscynhaearn], reminiscences of Owen Owens (Owain Lleyn), farmer and poet, of Bodnithoedd, Llyn); [the Rev.] E[van] T[alfryn] Jones, Llanelly, 1912 (arrangements for a lecture, Christmas greetings in verse); [the Rev.] H[ugh] Jones, Birkenhead, [undated] (arrangements for a collection in the writer's church on behalf of the [Independent] College [at Bala], difficulties in connection therewith arising from the controversy concerning [the Rev.] M[ichael] D[aniel] J[ones] and the two constitutions, plans to build a new chapel); [Humphrey B. Jones] Garmonydd, Pontypridd, 1884 (lectures by the writer); [the Rev.] J[ohn] Morgan Jones, Cardiff, 1897 (recipient's book on [the Rev. Griffith] Hughes, Y Groes wen, complaints that Beriah Gwynfe Evans was creating denominational strife); [the Rev.] J[osiah] Towyn Jones, Penydarren, Carmarthen, and Cwmamman, [18]81-6 (3) (personal, news of acquaintances, 'ystori Dr. Tom a phregethwyr Aberdar'); [the Rev.] R[ichard] W[illiam] Jones, Caergybi, 1927 (a request for information for a proposed biography of [the Rev.] J[ohn] Puleston Jones [published Caernarfon, 1930]); Tho[ma]s Jones, Cerrigellgwm, Ysbyty Ifan, [19]31 (childhood reminiscences, stories about [William Rees] Gwilym Hiraethog, the writer's volume B[eirdd] Uwch Aled [(Llundain, 1930)], a poem, ?by the writer, which had won a chair at Llanrwst, the writer's forthcoming volume of verse [Pitar Puw a'i Berthynasau (Aberystwyth, 1932)]); [the Rev.] W[atkin] B[ronfryn] Joseph (Y Myfyr), Colwyn Bay, 1881 (2) (impressions of Colwyn Bay and North Wales, ?an inclination to move to South Wales, decision to go to Utica [U.S.A., as pastor of the Welsh Congregational Church there], a call to [the Rev. Owen Evans] 'y brawd o Lanbrynmair' to become pastor of Fetter Lane [Congregational Church], London, preaching engagements); [the Rev.] T[homas] Lewis [The Independent College], Bala and Bangor, 1881-9 (8) (personal, college affairs, an offer of £1,500 to the college by [Samuel] Morley, [MP] (1885), the college library (1888), recommending a student named H. P. Thomas as a potential pastor (1889)); [the Rev.] W[illiam] Lloyd, Tredegar, [19]08 (replying to a request for information re Ieuan [Gwynedd]); J. C. Meggitt, Barry, 1926 (the writer's nomination as chairman of the Congregational Union); Eluned [Morgan of Patagonia], Cardiff, [undated] (3) (personal, a trip to North Wales, offering to lecture at Groeswen, sending a copy of one of her publications, the illness of her father, preparations for returning to Patagonia); O[wen] Morien Morgan, Pontypridd, 1903-17 (2) (notes on [the Rev. Jabez Edmund Jenkins] Creidiol, scriptural allusions); R. O. Morris, Porthmadog, [18]79 (recipient's call to Y Groeswen [Congregational Church]); [the Rev.] W[illiam] Nicholson, Liverpool, 1879-82 (2) (personal, activity in the writer's church [Grove Street Congregational Church], the painting of the chapel, alterations to the pulpit, the controversy relating to the Independent College, Bala, a suggestion that personal animosity between [the Rev.] Dr. J[ohn] Thomas [of Liverpool] and Professor [Michael Daniel] Jones [of Bala] was hindering a settlement, a danger that the denomination might end up with two colleges in Bala); [the Rev.] Henry Oliver, Bristol, 1908 (information re Ieuan Gwynedd); [the Rev.] O[wen] Lloyd Owen, Birkenhead, [19]12 (the writer's acceptance of a call to Sardis [Congregational Church, Pontypridd]); and William Owen, Llanharan, 1877-8 (2) (a preaching journey collecting [on behalf of the Independent College, Bala], references to the controversy relating to the college, the writer's ordination).


Miscellaneous papers and booklets or note-books containing notes, lists, transcripts, etc., in the hand of Edward Williams ('Iolo Morganwg') bound together in one volume. The contents include, pagination in brackets, a list of one hundred and sixty-one items headed 'Welsh MSS. in the Possession of E[dward] Williams ['Iolo Morganwg']. Transcripts' (1-13); a list of thirty-one items headed 'Hen Ysgriflyfrau' being apparently manuscript volumes in the aforementioned Edward Williams’'s possession (15-16; many of these items can be identified amongst the Llanover manuscripts now being described); a list of titles of ? 'cywyddau' with numbers, poets' names, and page references headed 'MS. at Revd. Mr. Peter Williams', etc. (17-19); a list of the titles and / or first lines of forty-four 'cywyddau' and 'awdlau' under the name H[ywel ap] D[afydd ap] I[euan ap] Rhys and of two 'awdlau' under the name Gwilym Tew with page references, these corresponding to the pagination of transcripts of poems with the same titles or first lines by these poets (excepting one by Bedo Brwynllys to the said Hywel Dafydd) in Cwrt Mawr MS 12 in the National Library of Wales (20-24); a list of the titles of ? 'cywyddau' with the poets' names or initials and page references headed 'D[afydd] Dd[u] Eryn Broad Folio' (25-6); a list of the titles of 'cywyddau' and 'awdlau' headed 'Long vol. folio Piser Hir' with the poets' names or initials and page references the latter corresponding to the pagination of transcripts of poems with the same titles by the said poets in the manuscript known as Y Piser Hir now NLW Deposited MS 55 (27-30); a brief note referring to 'A Book with D.T. containing a large collection of Gronwy Owain's Letters . . .', etc. (31); extracts from poems attributed to R[hys] G[och] Eryri, Gruff. ap Daf. ap Einion Lygliw, L[ewis] G[lyn] Cothi, Iolo Goch, and B[edo] Brwynllys, (41-4); (41-4); a sequence of entries consisting of titles of Welsh poems, mainly 'cywyddau', with or without the name of the poet, first lines of, or extracts from, such poems, attributions only of poems, brief data re a poem or a poet, brief comments relating to a poem such as 'good, to be copied', 'to be copied, important', often without the name of the poem or poet, etc., these entries being accompanied by page references and these obviously referring to the pagination of the Welsh Charity School MS which is now British Museum Add. MS 14866 (44-58); further extracts from, or references to, items in ? the Welsh Charity School MSS now in the British Museum including transcripts of 'englynion' attributed to Wm. Cynwal, D. ab Edmund, and Tywysog Llywelyn ap Gruffudd (58-60, 69); a brief note relating to court officials in [medieval] Gwynedd, Pywys, and Deheubarth (71); an incomplete note re a linear measure called 'Mesur Llath Fleddyn' (72); a survey of Welsh bardism from the time of the Emperor Arthur to the seventeenth century attributed to Edward Dafydd referring to, inter alia, the measures taken by the Emperor Arthur to restore the bardic system, the 'eisteddfodau' of Gruffudd ab Cynan, the 'eisteddfod' at Caerfyrddin in 1452 and the twenty- four strict-metre system adopted there, 'eisteddfodau' held at Yr Adur and Aberpergwm in the time of Iorwerth Fynglwyd and at Abertawy in the time of Lewys Morganwg, a volume on the allegedly truly traditional poetic metres compiled by Lewys Morganwg and volumes by Meuryg Dafydd and Dafydd Benwyn on the same theme, an 'eisteddfod' at 'Castell Caer Dydd' convened by Sir William Herbert where Llywelyn Siôn was chief adjudicator, the condemning of the Carmarthen system of strict metres and the authorising of an alternate, truer system [the Glamorgan system] at this 'eisteddfod', a volume by Llywelyn Siôn containing an account of this system, and the writer [i.e. Edward Dafydd]'s intention of publishing this account and other bardic material in a printed volume (73-82; see the foreword in Cyfrinach Beirdd Ynys Prydain attributed to the said Edward Dafydd, and for a comment on the whole matter see TLLM, t. 91); (continued)

Notes on Welsh poetic metres headed 'Llyma son am y mesurau Cerdd Dafawd ag fal au gwellhawyd o amser i amser ag o beth i beth ag o farn i farn' (82-8); an incomplete ? draft of an undated letter from . . . to . . . containing observations on a book (? in two parts or volumes entitled 'Oes Ymbwyll' and 'Oes y Pwyll') by recipient concerning revealed religion (89-104); a list of words, phrases, etc., headed 'Allusions to Coelbren y Beirdd in D.G. and to other arts and sciences' with page references to the said allusions [these, by inference, being extracted from the collection of Dafydd ap Gwilym's poems published by Owen Jones and William Owen in 1789 under the title Barddoniaeth Dafydd ab Gwilym] (105-07); miscellaneous notes relating to bardic matters such as the nature or attributes of 'cerdd gadair', 'cerdd arwest', 'cerdd dant', 'arwyddfardd', and 'cerdd deuluaidd' (113-25); notes relating to the contribution of Talhaiarn Fardd, Ystudfach Fardd, Ceraint Fardd Glas, Taliesin Ben Beirdd, Rhys Goch ap Rhiccart, Casnodyn Fardd, Dafydd ap Gwilym, Ieuan fawr ap y diwlith, and Llesoed Fardd to the Welsh metric system (126-17); copies of memorial inscriptions including seventeenth century inscriptions relating to members of the Powell family in the churchyard at Llangynwyd [co. Glamorgan] (128); brief notes referring to the expressions 'Hu ynys' and 'Gwyr Hu', and to Hu Gadarn and early mythological bards of Britain (133); notes relating to 'cynghanedd unodl', 'cynghanedd gytsain', and 'corfannau' (138-9); transcripts of 'englynion' attributed to Rhisiart Iorwerth, Rhys Meigen, and Wm. Llyn (140 ); a brief note relating to a poetic metre known as 'toddaid Taliesin' with transcripts of two Latin stanzas in 'englyn' form attributed to D.N. and ? Samuel Jones 'o Fryn Llywarch' (141-2); notes relating to the decline of knowledge concerning the old Welsh bardic order in Gwynedd in the late middle ages, literary patronage in Morgannwg during the post Norman conquest period, poetic composition ? in relation to the 'pedair ansawdd ar hugain Cadair Morganwg', and 'Y Bardd Glas Ceraint' (143-7); an extract from a 'cywydd' attributed to Rhys Goch Eryri, a note on the words 'clws' and 'tlws' and the use of the first for the second with a transcript of an 'englyn' attributed to Hugh Jones 'o Langwm' to illustrate this usage, and three Welsh triads (148-51); lists or groups of Welsh words sometimes with English definitions and / or illustrative excerpts from Welsh verse (152-3, 155, 164, 172-3, 200, 203, 210, 335, 337, 341, 343-6, 348, 350, 353-4 356, 360); a number of 'Quotations in exemplifications of the sense or meaning of [specific Welsh] words' (165, 168-9); a list of eleven questions, ?forming a questionnaire, relating to the Welsh language, its major dialects, local words and idioms, the possible possession of ? old Welsh manuscripts ('hen ysgrifeniadau') by the person questioned or acquaintances, etc. (174-5); brief notes relating to Siôn Rhydderch and Lewis Morris (179); transcripts of stanzas of Welsh verse attributed to Gwalchmai and Elidir Sais (189-92); notes headed 'Silurian Contractions' (197); a group of Welsh words illustrating the use of de- in Sil[urian] where dy- would be used in N[orth] W[ales] as the first syllable (198); a note on the two sounds of the symbol Y in the Welsh alphabet (199); a list of kings of the British, 481-683, and of Plantagenet and Yorkist kings of England, 1307-1483 (201); notes deriving the Latin word bellum from a Celtic word bel signifying war and referring to the cognate element -fel in Welsh words (204 + 209); a list of the kings of England, 1272-1558 (212 ); an incomplete author index to Sion Rhydderch's edition of [Thomas Jones :] Llyfr Carolau [a Dyriau Duwiol], 1745 (249); brief notes, sometimes merely dates, relating to Rowland Vaughan 'o Gaer Gai', Richard Huws, Wmffre Dafydd ab Ifan, Syr Lewys ab Hugh 'o Fochnant', Edmund Prys, Huw Morys, and Rhys Pritchard (250-5I); an extract from the Gentleman's Magazine, 1809, relating to the Mears family (253-4); (continued)

Comments reflecting the writer's attitude towards the ? introduction of an artificial regularity into the Welsh language (257-9); a very brief note on Ty Newydd, Y Fotffordd [Watford, co. Glamorgan], [Nonconformist] meeting house, and an anecdote relating to Sir Wm. Lewys of Gilfach fargod and ? a conventicle being held in the parish of Gelli Gaer [co. Glamorgan], temp. Charles II or James II (274); dates of the deaths of David Jenkins of Hensol [co. Glamorgan], judge, and his son and grandson (278); miscellaneous extracts from, or references to, various printed works (279- 81); data relating to the Kemis family of Cefn Mabli, Llanblethian, and Newport [cos. Glamorgan and Monmouth] (291, 293-4, 298); notes headed 'Peculiarities of the Dimetian Dialect' (301-03); a brief note relating to incursions into the Isle of Man and Anglesey, A.D. 431, transcripts of stanzas of Welsh verse attributed to R[hys] Goch ab Rhiccert and Taliesin, copies of two versions of an 'englyn' by [Edward Williams] 'Iolo Morganwg', two Welsh triads, a list of six 'Books at Wm. Morris, 1783', a list of four 'Reasons for supposing that the South Wales Poets imitated the Troubadours', etc. (317-21); a list of twenty-four topics or subject or chapter headings with the superscription 'Hints for a Tour in Wales' (322 + 327); data relating to Thomas ap Evan ap Rhys, 16th cent. poet (324-5, 323 ); a transcript of six stanzas of Welsh religious verse (328); a list of Welsh proverbial expressions, etc. (331, 358); a list of Welsh expressions incorporating the name of God headed 'Traces of Ancient Welsh Piety' (333); and a four-line stanza of Welsh verse by [Edward Williams] 'Iolo Morganwg' (359). Pp. 213-48, which formerly formed a separate booklet, contain miscellaneous notes, extracts, memoranda, etc., including extracts from Welsh poems attributed to Robin Ddu, Cynddelw, Pryd[ydd] y Moch, Hywel ap Iolyn, W[illia]m Cynwal, Ed[mwnd] Prys, Daf. Goch, Inco Brydydd, Rhys Nanmor, Math. ap Lln. Goch, Ieuan Du'r Bilwg, Gruff. ab Mared., Siôn Ceri, L[ewis] G[lyn] Cothi, Lln. Fardd, Iolo Goch, Gruff. Grug, and R[hys] G[och] Eryri; comments on the need for a better grammar of the Welsh language which, inter alia, would pay attention to 'dialectical peculiarities'; a list of seven topics or subject or chapter headings for 'Historical Dissertations on the Ancient British Bards and Druids, etc.'; chronological computations concerning the possibility of a certain Dafydd Jones, a native of Cardigan, having seen, circa 1530 or 1540, an elderly woman who remembered another elderly woman who had seen D[afydd] ab Gwilym; groups of, or notes on, Welsh words; etc. Notes in two instances have been written on the verso and margins of a printed circular announcing the printing of Edward Williams's two volumes of English poems entitled Poems Lyric and Pastoral (202 + 211) and of a printed copy of the resolutions of a meeting of gentlemen and woolgrowers of the county of Glamorgan held at Cowbridge, 16 April 1806, when it was resolved to establish a wool fair for the said county to be held at Cowbridge in July (unnumbered pages between p. 317 and p. 318 and p.319 and p. 320).

'Iolo Morganwg'.

Cardiganshire traditions,

  • NLW MS 10824C.
  • Ffeil
  • 1935 /

The holograph manuscript and two typescript copies of a treatise on 'Cardiganshire Traditions' by W. R. Hall, Leytonstone, in the form of a letter to Dan Jenkins, Pentrefelin, Felin-fach, Cardiganshire, 18 June, 1935.

Hall, W. R. (William Robert), 1849-1937

Cynnydd Llanbedr Pont Steffan,

  • NLW MS 12162A.
  • Ffeil
  • [1878] /

A holograph essay on 'Cynydd a gwelliant Llanbedr [Pont Steffan] yn ystod y 15 mlynedd diweddaf (1863-1878)' [the development and improvement of Lampeter, co. Cardigan, during the period 1863-1878] by 'Ap Tulas' [Dan Jenkins, Pentrefelin, Nantcwnlle, co. Cardigan]. The essay was awarded the first prize in an unspecified competition.

Jenkins, Dan, 1856-1946

Letters to the Reverend D. E. Jenkins,

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, [19]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, [19]20 (property transactions), A. Morris, Newport, [co.] Mon[mouth], [19]15 (the writer's intended work on Methodism in Monmouthshire), Lewis Morris, Carmarthen, [19]06 (the writer's grandmother, Mary Anne Morris, née Reynolds, ob. 1839), A[ndrew] Munro (bursar), Queen' s College, Cambridge, [19]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, [19]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).

The Bible in Wales,

Papers and correspondence relating to the exhibition of Welsh Bibles arranged in the Cardiff Reference Library in 1904 and to the publication of The Bible in Wales, 1906; an annotated draft list of Welsh Bibles, 1903; press cuttings of reviews; and letters by Alfred George Edwards, bishop of St. Asaph, William E. A. Axon, H. Arnold Bemrose, Derby; Joseph Bradney, F. J. Burgoyne, Lambeth Library; J. Glyn Davies, Aberystwyth; W. H. Davey, dean of Llandaff; Charles Morgan Davies, Merthyr Tydfil; D. S. Davies, Denbigh; J. H. Davies, Aberystwyth; John Davies, Pandy; E. S. Dodgson; D. A. Evans, Barry; Griffith Ellis, Bootle; Richard Ellis, Oxford; J. Gwenogvryn Evans; S. J. Evans, Llangefni; John Fisher, Cefn; Mrs. Alan Gough, Gelliwig; C. A. H. Green, Aberdare; Edward Griffith, Dolgelley; Alan Stepney-Gulston; William Haines, Penpergwm; Meredith J. Hughes, Colwyn Bay; Ivor James, Chester; D. E. Jenkins, Denbigh; Lewis D. Jones ('Llew Tegid'); R. J. Jones, Aberdare; R. Saunders Jones, Garston; T. W. Lyster, Dublin; Horace F. Moule, London; Thomas Powel, Penarth; R. A. Roberts, Public Record Office; R. Roberts, Sheffield; R. Gwylfa Roberts; Sidney Robinson, M. P.; Smith Brothers, London; D. R. Thomas, St. Asaph; Edmund Verney, Winslow; and G. J. Williams, Bangor.

Mary Jones a'i Beibl,

Papers relating to Mary Jones, Llanfihangel y Pennant, Merionethshire and her journey on foot to Bala in 1800 to obtain a Welsh Bible from Thomas Charles, who was afterwards one of the founders of the British and Foreign Bible Society. They include the original manuscript and draft copies of Robert Oliver Rees: Mary Jones, y Gymraes fechan heb yr un Beibl, a sefydliad y Feibl Gymdeithas ... (Dolgellau, 1879), press cuttings containing reviews and correspondence relating to the work and to the truth of the story, a short biographical note on Mary Jones, and letters, including two from D. E. Jenkins, Denbigh to Edward Griffith, 1909.

'Eglwys' churches,

A tabular view of Welsh and other churches in which the name 'eglwys' is found, with questionnaires, and correspondence, including letters by John Ballinger, 1904; E. Edwardes, Caersws, 1902; H. C. Davies, Cowbridge, 1901-1902; D. E. Jenkins, Denbigh, 1904; M. H. Jones, Carmarthen, 1904; Thomas Jones, Cilcennin, 1901; W. Arthur Jones, Wrexham, 1901; Edmund McClure, 1905; Henry Morgan, Eglwysilan, 1901; and W. H. Sinnett, Crickhowell, 1905.


Letters addressed to G. G. T. Treherne mainly on antiquarian subjects. The correspondents include F. C. Eden, Salisbury, 1917; P. Gardner, Oxford, 1916; Francis Green, St David's, 1917-1921; W. R. Hall, Aberystwyth, 1917; C. H. Hawkins, Bury St Edmunds, 1915; E. Ernest Hughes, Swansea, 1922; John Humphreys, Bromsgrove, 1916; Alfred James, Whitland, 1916-1917; D. E. Jenkins, Denbigh, 1916; J. B. Jeremy, London, 1917; Philip M. Johnston, London, 1905; Alice Jones, Oxford, 1918; David Jones, Eglwys Gymyn, 1916; M. H. Jones, Carmarthen and Ton Pentre, 1904-1916; T. Edwin Jones, Holyhead, 1916; A. L. Leach, Woolwich, 1919; J. Vacy Lyle, ('M.R.') London, 1901-1913; Donald Macbeth, London, 1917; Edmund McClure, Malvern Link, 1920; Gwenllian E. F. Morgan, Brecon, 1916; Charles F. Newcombe, Victoria, 1915; W. E. Nicholson, Lewes, 1918; Edward Owen, London, 1916-1922; Lewis Roderick, Nevern, 1916; T. C. Cantrill, London, 1916-1922; F. W. Child, London, 1905; T. Guy Clarke, Llandaff, 1914-1922; W. Clark, Wenvoe, 1916-1920; F. S. Colman, Bromsgrove, 1916; O. M. Dalton, London, 1916; J. Davies, Tremoilet, 1916; J. Davies, Chwilog, 1916; M. Davies, Nant-y-glo, 1918; F. Duine, Rennes; H. J. Dyer, Isfield, 1916; Herbert Eccles, Laugharne, 1921; F. C. Eden, London, 1914; D. C. Evans, St Clears, 1919-1921; E. James Evans, Colwyn Bay, 1916; J. T. Evans, Kifig, 1920; George Eyre Evans, Aberystwyth and Carmarthen, 1909-1922; E. Vincent Evans, London, 1918; and John Fisher, St Asaph, 1920.

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