File NLW MS 9017B - Poetry,

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NLW MS 9017B




  • [1844x1883] / (Creation)

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Manuscript and printed poetry collected by John Owen ('Owain Alaw'), including poems in the hand of John Ceiriog Hughes ('Ceiriog'), and Ellis Owen, Cefnymeusydd. Among other poets represented are John Jones ('Talhaiarn'); John Blackwell ('Alun'); Roger Edwards, Mold; Robert Parry ('Robin Ddu Eryri'); Edward Roberts ('Iorwerth Glan Aled'), etc. There is also (a) a cutting, from Yr Herald Cymraeg, of a letter, 26 March 1859, from Evan James ('Ieuan ap Iago'), Pontypridd, enclosing a copy of his 'Hen Wlad fy Nhadau', the first song to be sung to the tune 'Glan Rhondda', composed by his son James James, Harp Inn, Pontypridd; (b) a photograph of Owen Wynne Jones ('Glasynys'); and (c) a transcript of a 'Carol Nadolig', with comments by S[idney] A[urelius] J[ones], Ynys, St. Asaph. The items are mounted in a volume of Kearsley's Gentleman's and Tradesman's Pocket Ledger, 1844, containing some manuscript entries.

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Welsh, English.

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Previously known as Thomas Edwards 94.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 9017B

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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