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Printed circulars used for notes and draft letters and sermons by Hugh Jones. The circulars include communications by or relating to the Congregational School, Lewisham, 1860; the Engilsh Congregational Church, Carmarthen, 1862; Ebenezer Wesleyan Chapel, Carmarthen, 1860-1862; Zion Chapel, Carmarthen, 1860; Lammas-Street Chapel (letter of transfer, 1862); Priory Street Baptist Chapel, Carmarthen; Congregational Union of England and Wales, Aberdare Meetings, 1859; 'Tysteb Gwilym Hiraethog', 1861; and the English Wesleyan chapel, Carmarthen, 1862.

Commonplace books,

  • NLW MSS 12083-12084B.
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  • 1824-1831 /

Two composite commonplace books of Edward Jones, Cyrchynan-uchaf, Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, 1824-1831, containing lists of preachers' texts, farming accounts and memoranda, overseers' accounts, sheep ear-marks, a ' carol plygain' (1830) by R. Williams and other verses in free metres, equivalent Welsh and English words and expressions, etc.

Jones, Edward, Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog

Dolgelley papers,

Miscellaneous papers of Edward Griffith and Robert Oliver Rees dealing with education, religion (particularly Salem Calvinistic Methodist chapel, Dolgelley) and local affairs in Dolgelley and district; notes of sermons; hymns and poetry; a letter, 1848, from Rowland Owen, Utica to Morgan Davis ('Clochydd Llanelltud'); press cuttings; etc.


A home-made volume, roughly bound in parchment, containing transcripts of hymns and some sermon notes in the hand of David Thomas, Llwynywermwd, Llan-y-crwys, son of the Reverend Zacharias Thomas, Baptist minister, of Aberdyar, etc. The volume was compiled during the period 1805-1806. Among the papers used to compile the manuscript are an agreement, 1790, for the lease, from W. Williams to Zacharias Thomas, of Emlych, parish of Penbrey, co. Carmarthen; a voucher, 1797, to Zacharias Thomas from D. J. Jenkins, Lampeter, for a waistcoat, etc.; and a holograph letter from John Williams, Carmarthen, to Zech. Thomas, 1802 ( the distribution of 'papers' to the Association and the churches). The volume also includes the score of a hymn-tune entitled 'Difyrwch gwyr y Gogledd'.

David Thomas and others.

Gwaith Cynddelw,

A volume of holograph sermons and poems by Robert Ellis, including drafts of 'Awdl ar yr Atgyfodiad', 1849; 'Gwaredigaeth Israel o'r Aipht, yn nghyd a Dinystr Pharaoh a'i lu'; 'Awdl Farwnad i'r diweddar Barch John [P.] Davies o Dredegar; 'Marwnad Gwallter Mechain'; 'Dewi Wyn yn ei gystudd', 1839; 'Galareb ar ôl Morgan Rhys', 1850; 'Cyfieithiad o Childe Harold'; and minor poems and 'englynion'.

Robert Ellis.

Memorandum book,

  • NLW MS 10776B.
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  • 1798-1827 /

A memorandum book of the Reverend William Lloyd, Caernarvon, son of Robert Lloyd of Nefyn, and one of the three clergymen in North Wales who did not sever their connection with the Calvinistic Methodists after the first ordination in 1811. The volume contains statements of the writer's expenses at Jesus College, Oxford, 1798-1800; memoranda of the payment by Mr. Grindley of the writer's salary, 1802-1808 (£15 15s., being quarter's salary, 1802; £15 2s., being balance for serving Rhoscolyn, 1808); particulars of agricultural and household disbursements, 1811-1812; theological and sermon notes; a list of sermons preached at seventeen specified places in Anglesey, 7-23 December, 1827; and medical recipes.

Lloyd, William, 1771-1841

Pregethau Evan Lewis,

Holograph sermons and sermon notes, 1837-1840, of Evan Lewis, Pant [Abergorlech], and Brecon [Independent] College (aft. Congregational minister, of Brynberian), together with a prayer and miscellaneous memoranda. NLW MS 11660A also contains a journal of a preaching tour of cos. Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan undertaken by Evan Lewis and E[lias] Jacob, a fellow-student at Brecon, June-July, 1840 (see D. Morgan Lewis: Cofiant. . ., pp. 83-4).

Evan Lewis.


  • NLW MSS 11336-11339B
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  • [19 cent., second-third ¼] /

Notes of sermons largely by, and in the hand of, John Jones (1807-75), Calvinistic Methodist minister of Blaenannerch, Cardiganshire. MS. 11336 contains a certificate of declarations and subscriptions to oaths made by John Jones (described as of Bryn Hyfrid, parish of Tremain), 16 July, 1863.

Jones, John, 1807-1875


  • NLW MS 11298B
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  • 1825-1851.

A volume of sermon notes, in different hands, belonging on 28 April, 1825, to David Arthur of Pantycelyn, later co-pastor of Builth Baptist Church. Pages 1-74 are described in a colophon as 'cyfieithiad pigion o Gyfansoddiad Saesnig' (translations of selections from English compositions) by Josiah Evans (d. 1792), pastor of Pantycelyn Baptist Church. At the beginning and the end and in occasional blank spaces in the volume are written Welsh hymns, and there is at the end also a list of the sermons comprised in pages in pages 1-88. On page 109 is recorded the marriage of Rees Arthur [son of David Arthur] and Ann Arthur, his wife, 5 December, 1851.


  • NLW MSS 11130-11131B
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  • [1838x1899] /

Two groups of sermons in the hand of John Davies ('Ioan Dafydd'; 1840-1933), a native of Talgarreg, Cardiganshire, curate of Rhyl, and subsequently public preacher in the diocese of St. Davids. The sermons were preached during the period 1866-83 at Llanfihangel [Abercowin], St. Clears, Mydrim, Llanina, Rhos[[llannerchrugog], Penmon, Llanfaes, Rhyl, etc. Among other material contained in MS. 11131 are a volume of sermons by Henry Lewis Davies, vicar of Cenarth, preached during the period 1838-65 at Tottenhill and Wormegay, Norfolk, and at Troedyraur, Llangoedmore, Llangrannog, Cenarth, and Brongwyn, Cardiganshire, etc.; two sermons in an unidentified hand, [18]82 and undated; and a biographical note by John Davies on Chancellor D. Silvan Evans.

John Davies ('Ioan Dafydd'), Henry Lewis Davies and others.


  • NLW MS 23383B.
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  • 1871-1879, 1906-1908 /

A volume containing nine autograph sermons by the Reverend Hugh Davies ('Hywel Ddu o Arfon', d. 1909), curate of Glasinfryn, co. Caernarfon, 1876-83, afterwards serving with the South American Missionary Society at Chubut, Patagonia, with details of the date and place of delivery, 1871-9 and 1906-8, together with an index of texts (f. i verso).

Davies, Hugh, d. 1909

Pregethau, &c.,

Holograph sermons and sermon notes by D. Morgan Lewis. NLW MS 11652B also includes notes of sermons, 1826-1827, delivered by D[aniel] Davies, Cardigan, J[oh]n Davies ['Siôn Gymro'?], D. Harries, Carmarthen, W[illiam] Davies, Fishguard, J[oh]n Thomas, Glynarthen, Ja[me]s Phillips, 'Bethlem' [St. Clears], D[avid] Bateman [Rhosycaerau], and others; holograph notes of addresses delivered by the Reverend J. G. M[orris, Newport, co. Pembroke] at the funeral of Mrs. [Catherine] Lewis (wife of the Reverend Evan Lewis, Brynberian), [4] May, 1892 (printed in D. Morgan Lewis: Cofiant ... Evan Lewis, Brynberian (Aberystwyth, 1903), pp. 240-3), and at the funeral of the Reverend Evan Lewis, 23 July, 1896; a hymn, signed 'E. Lewis, Iscoed [ i.e., the Reverend Evan Lewis, Brynberian], Aug- 31, 1880' (published in facsimile in D. Morgan Lewis: Cofiant. . ., p. 262); 'Catecism ir Band of Hope' (incomplete); a paper by D. Morgan Lewis entitled 'What are the reasons which induced you to enter the Christian Ministry, and why among the Independents?'; notes by D. Morgan Lewis entitled 'Darpariadau Cymdeithasol angenrheidiol i wrthweithio dylanwad y fasnach feddwol'; and a press cutting of a report of a paper on 'Higher Education and Ministerial Training in Wales' read by D. M[organ] Lewis at a meeting of the North Wales English Congregational Union, 1885.

David Morgan Lewis and others.

Pregethau, barddoniaeth a chyfieithiad o Efengyl Sant Ioan

A volume containing notes of sermons by Enoch Williams (Llansamlet), John Michael (Y Berth, Llanfaethlu), Micah Thomas (Y Fenni), Henry Rees, Roger Edwards, Joseph Thomas (Carno), Lewis Edwards, Edward Morgan (Dyffryn), R. A. Jones (Swansea) and Dr Thomas Price (Aberdare); miscellaneous poems; a printed translation into Tahitian, by John Davies, of the first portion of the Gospel of St John.

Pregethau, etc.,

  • NLW MS 12277A.
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  • 1833-1834 /

A volume containing sermons and notes of sermons written by James Walters, Saron, Llangeler, co. Carmarthen, 1833-1834, together with a few medical prescriptions and memoranda. Two of the sermons bear the name of James Lewis, Laugharne.

Walters, James, Llangeler


The series comprises six sermons, [c. 1862]-1916, including one which was delivered at the induction of the Rev. D. Cellan Jones as minister of the Unitarian Church at Merthyr Tydfil in July 1915, and two notebooks containing sermon notes and prayers. Also included is a list by the Rev. Simon Jones of sermons by the Rev. R. Jenkin Jones, which were published in Yr Ymofynydd.

Jones, Simon, 1879-1967