File NLW MS 12818D. - Scrap-book,

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NLW MS 12818D.




  • [19 cent.]. (Creation)

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A scrap-book containing miscellaneous material (press cuttings, leaves extracted from periodicals, booklets, engraved portraits, manuscript items, etc.) relating mainly to nineteenth century Calvinistic Methodist personalities. The printed material includes biographical sketches or obituary notices of, or commemorative verses to, the Calvinistic Methodist ministers John Davies, Nantglyn, John Elias ['o Fôn'], John Hughes, Liverpool, John Hughes, Pontrobert, John Jones, Treffynnon, Thomas Jones, Denbigh, Richard Humphreys, Dyffryn, co. Merioneth, Edward Morgan, also of Dyffryn, Ebenezer Morris, John Parry, Chester, Moses Parry, Denbigh, John Phillips [principal of Bangor Normal College], Thomas Phillips, Hereford, Henry Rees, Liverpool, Ebenezer Richards, Tregaron, and William Roberts, Amlwch, and the Congregational minister Richard Knill of Chester; copies of two booklets entitled Dadl Bangor yn cynnwys sylwadau . . . ar Anghydffurfiaeth; neu Eglwys Loegr ac Ymneilltuaeth (Caernarfon, 1852), and Y Ddarlith ar Babyddiaeth, Eglwysyddiaeth, ac Ymneilldvaeth . . . ( Liverpool, 1850), containing the texts of two lectures delivered by the aforementioned Principal John Phillips of Bangor; and a copy of John Parry: Blodau y Balmwydden wedi eu hagor, neu fyfyrdodau ar fywyd . . . Thomas Glynne Jones, Mostyn (Treffynnon, 1865). The portraits are of [the Calvinistic Methodist ministers, etc.,] D[avid] Charles Davies [principal of the C.M. College, Trefeca], John Davies, Nantglyn, Lewis Edwards [principal of the C.M. College, Bala], Roger Edwards, David Howells, Swansea, John Hughes, Liverpool, Thomas Jones, Denbigh, John Parry, Chester, Thomas Phillips, Hereford, John Prytherch, Dyffryn (Anglesey), Henry Rees, Owen Richards (missionary), and Owen Thomas, Liverpool; and the manuscript items consist of a holograph copy (7 pp.) of his personal recollections, etc., of the Reverend Thomas Jones, Denbigh, by Daniel Jones, Wrexham, 1824, and a holograph note from the aforementioned Rich[ar]d Knill, to [ ], undated (personal).

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English, Welsh.

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The description is also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume IV (Aberystwyth, 1971).

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Formerly known as D. E. Jenkins 88.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 12818D.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: NLW MS 12818D.