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A sermon

A sermon on St. John, 25, verses 18, 19, preached at Erbistock at various times between 1788 and 1803.

A sermon,

A transcript of a sermon 'preached in the anniversarie ecequies of the L[ady] V[enetia] Digbye, the 2d of Maye 1634'.

'Amryw' and sermon notes,

A composite ('Amryw') volume of early nineteenth century printed Welsh texts (ballads, minor tracts etc.) with thirty-six pages of manuscript sermon or expository notes in Welsh and English.

An instruction for children,

  • NLW MS 11699B.
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  • [1730x1747] /

A draft ?holograph text by John Lewis, vicar of Minster, co. Kent, of 'An Instruction for Children in the Grounds of Christianity ... Collected (chiefly) for the Use of Charity-Schools. With a Preface to the masters & mistresses of the said Schools, directing them how to use it'. The work is divided into the following parts: 'The Christian Covenant', 'The Christian Faith', 'The Christian Obedience', 'The Christian Prayer', and 'The Christian Sacraments', and the text agrees in part with John Lewis (trans. John Jones, 'Curad Llangadfan'): Catechism yr Eglwys wedi ei esponio. Mewn ffordd o ofyniadau ac attebion ... (Mwythig, 1790). At the beginning and the end of the volume are lests of sermon texts, 1730-1733, and of sermons lent to Mr. Lee, 1730-1735, Mr. Baddeley, 1740-1741, 'Cos' Hump. Thomas, Mr. Score, and Mr. Hall.

Lewis, John, 1675-1747.

Annotations and extracts,

'Annotations upon certain Cases in Civil-Law collected by Dr. Souch shewing how far some of them agree w[i]th our Common-Law ... by Judge Jenkins'; a poem - 'A farewell to folly'; and notes of a sermon by Dr Owen of Christ Church.

Barddoniaeth a nodiadau,

Three fragments mainly containing material in the hand of Morgan Llwyd: a) Sheets out of a notebook containing notes of sermons, one of which is said to have been delivered by 'Mr. Lloyd' [?Morgan Llwyd]. b) A copy (2 pp.) of the verses of lamentation and resolution by the Welsh saints, 1643, comprising ten out of the twenty verses printed by T. E. Ellis in Gweithiau Morgan Llwyd (Bangor, 1899), vol. I, pp. 3-6, in the following order - 1, 2, 5, 6, 3, 9, 8, 7, 14, 18; a version, in the hand of Morgan Llwyd, of the first nine stanzas of a 'Thanksgiving song for Wrexham delivered from pest' (Gweithiau, vol. I, pp. 12-13); notes by Morgan Llwyd, including drafts of sermons, and a list of names (Ens. Roberts, Howell Thom., Ben. Rich., Walt. Thimble., Hugh Prich.) headed by a cancelled sentence - 'who should have the booke of my verse'; twenty-two stanzas beginning 'The lord is kind and merciful ...' in the hand of Morgan Llwyd, being apparently a draft of a poem or of a series of poems by him; thirteen stanzas based on Canticles, in the hand of Morgan Llwyd, ten roughly corresponding to those printed in E. Lewis Evans: Morgan Llwyd (Lerpwl, 1930), pp. 176-8, stanzas 11 and 12 corresponding respectively to 4 and 5 in Ellis: Gweithiau, vol. I, p. 10, and stanza 5 being possibly the basis of stanza 3 in Gweithiau; a transcript of the Canticle verses in another hand; a draft, in the hand of Morgan Llwyd, of the poem 'Hanes rhyw Gymro' (Gweithiau, vol. I, pp. 57-60); and a copy of verse xxviii in Gweithiau, p. 61. c) Draft translations of psalms by Morgan Llwyd. The translations are incomplete, and many stanzas have been cancelled. There are verses translated from Psalms 19, 37, 44-46, 121-122, and 126.

Llwyd, Morgan, 1619-1659

Benjamin Jones, Pwllheli

Sermons written by Benjamin Jones (1756-1823), Congregational minister, Pwllheli, and preached at various places in Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, etc.; poems, including 'Can Sion Llywelin ar y chwain y Gwybed ar Clêr', 'Can ar yr Athrawon sy'n mynd allan ir Byd', and 'Annerch caredigol im Brodyr sydd yn mynd dan enw Methodist'; 'Catalogue of Books at Abergavenny and Elsewhere'; etc.

Jones, Benjamin, 1756-1823

Christmas Evans

A small notebook kept by Christmas Evans (1766-1838), Baptist minister. Described on the inside of the front cover as 'Llyfr yn Cynhwys cyfrif o'r gasgl a ddygwyd ymlaen trwy y Deheudir gan C[hristmas] E[vans] a J[ohn] R[oberts] yn y flwyddyn 1815 [?]', the volume contains a copy of a resolution passed at a meeting in Llanerchymedd, November 14, 1815, relating to sums collected and expended by Christmas Evans in both North and South Wales, together with sermons and notes.

Evans, Christmas, 1766-1838

Christmas Evans : Sermons

  • NLW MSS 7035-6A, 7037B, 7038A, 7039-40B, 7041A
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  • [1800]-[1838]
  • Part of Nefydd Manuscripts

Seven volumes of sermons by Christmas Evans, with notes of addresses given by him at Bible Society meetings.

Evans, Christmas, 1766-1838

Christmas Evans,

A notebook kept by Christmas Evans, Baptist minister. Among the contents are sermons and other notes, lists of places to which he journeyed to preach, and accounts, including 'Yn 1820 Count y Casgliad at Ty Cyfarfod Llangefni yn Sir Fon at draul o tri chant a hanner o bynau glas a choch ...'

Evans, Christmas, 1766-1838

Commonplace book,

  • NLW MS 21786E.
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  • 1818-[c. 1828] /

Commonplace book, 1818-[c. 1828], mainly in English with portions in French, Latin, German, Italian and Dutch. The volume contains facetious 'Resolutions for the Preservation of regularity at Shanes Castle during the meeting for the Performance of Cymbeline' by Frederick, Lord North, 1786 (pp. 1-2) (cf. NLW MS 11167B); miscellaneous poems including an apparently unpublished poem by Byron, 'On a Lock of Hair', commencing 'Swear not at all, but if thou must' (p. 13), another two of his poems (pp. 13, 24), poems by R. B. Sheridan (pp. 5, 7, 14) and a number of rhymes by 'Mr. Cowper' [?William Cowper] (pp. 3-4); a famous sermon on malt attributed to Dr John Dod (pp. 8-9); and humorous letters, epigrams, epitaphs, anagrams and charades including two composed by Charles James Fox (pp. 25, 28) and four composed by Professor [Richard] Porson (pp. 28-9, 31, 69). The answers to the anagrams and charades are in Greek orthography written in reverse.

Frederick North and others.

Daniel Jones

A collecting book used in 1839 on behalf of 'The Baptist Church Meeting, in Great Crosshall Street, in Liverpool' and containing a few sermon notes; 'Y perygl o ddirmygu gweinidogaeth yr efengyl'; a draft of an application, written in 1817 by Daniel Jones, of Erryd in the parish of Kilcwm, to the justices for the County of Carmarthen and the Clerk of the Peace for certification of the dwelling house of Ann [sic, ? Mary] Rice in Stone Street, Llandovery, as a place for religious worship; sermon notes; etc.

Jones, Daniel, 1788-1862

Daniel Jones : Sermons

  • NLW MSS 7058A, 7059B, 7060A, 7061-7068B, 7069C, 7070B, 7071-7072C
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  • [1800-1862]
  • Part of Nefydd Manuscripts

Fifteen volumes of sermons by Daniel Jones.

Jones, Daniel, 1788-1862

David Jones, Llangan: Sermons

  • NLW MS 6870A
  • File
  • 1770-1807

One of two volumes containing holograph sermon notes, 1770-1807, by David Jones, Llangan, Glamorgan (1736-1810), with particulars of the places at which they were preached.

Jones, David, Rev., Llangan, 1736-1810

David Jones, Llangan: Sermons

  • NLW MS 6869A
  • File
  • 1770-1807

One of two volumes containing holograph sermon notes, 1770-1807, by David Jones, Llangan, Glamorgan (1736-1810), with particulars of the places at which they were preached.

Jones, David, Rev., Llangan, 1736-1810

David Saunders

Two volumes of sermons, hymns, poems, and memoranda, written in 1827-1828 and 1835-1836 by David Saunders, Baptist minister, poet, and hymn-writer, with transcripts by him of a few poems by other writers.

Saunders, David, 1769-1840

Diaries of Edmund Jones, Pontypool

Eleven printed diaries (Poor Robin, Merlinus Liberatus, Merlinus Anglicus junior, The Coelestial Atlas, Tymhorol ac Wybrenawl Newyddion) for the years 1729, 1731, 1732, 1739, 1768, 1770, 1773 (2), 1778, 1780, and 1789 kept by Edmund Jones (1702-1793), of The Tranch, Pontypool, Independent minister; the entries include texts of sermons, names of places at which sermons were preached, lists of persons received into communion, sums given to charity, 'benevolences' received, horoscopic diagrams, details of books bought or lent, 'sayings and doings of erroneous men', accounts relating to the printing of the diarist's A Relation of Apparitions of Spirits in the Principality of Wales, published in 1780, references to Miles Harry, Howell Harris, and William Williams, Pantycelyn, and to the followers of Daniel Rowland, Llangeitho, etc.

Jones, Edmund, 1702-1793

Evan Herber Evans,

Sermons and lectures written by Evan Herber Evans, Congregational minister, and principal of the Congregational College, Bangor.

Evan Herber Evans.

George Cumberland papers,

A bundle of papers of G[eorge] Cumberland containing miscellaneous notes on religion, etc., sermon notes, a description of Hafod and Devil's Bridge, poetry, etc.

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