File NLW MS 12767B. - Transcripts of letters from the Reverend Thomas Charles and others,

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NLW MS 12767B.


Transcripts of letters from the Reverend Thomas Charles and others,


  • [1901x1937]. (Creation)

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Five note-books the contents of which consist mainly of transcripts of, or extracts from, miscellaneous correspondence, 1786-1815, including letters to Joseph Tarn [assistant secretary, British and Foreign Bible Society], London, from Christopher Anderson, Edinburgh, 1814, [the Reverend] Tho[ma] s Charles, Bala, ?1807-1814 (?43), Sarah Charles [wife of the Reverend Thomas Charles], Bala, ?1807-1813 (4, two being appendices to her husband's letters), Tho[ma]s R[ice] Charles [son of the Reverend Thomas Charles], Bala, 1815, John Davies, Aberystwyth and Bronhaulog, near Bala and Corwen, 1813-1815 (5), [the Reverend] Ja[me]s Griffith, Machynlleth, 1813, [the Reverend] Dan[ie]l Jones, Liverpool, 1814 [recte 1815], [the Reverend] S[imon] Lloyd, Bala, 1815 (2), Rob[er]t Saunderson, Bala, 1814-1815 (2), and [ ], Shrewsbury, 1812; letters from [the Reverend] Tho[ma]s Charles from Bala, Barmouth, Dublin, Hawkstone, and London, to his son T[homas] R[ ice] Charles, Liverpool, 1807, Mrs. [Lydia] Foulks, Machynlleth, 1806-1814 ( 6), Miss Mary Foulks, Machynlleth, 1814, [the Reverend John Owen, joint secretary, British and Foreign Bible Society], 1809, his nephew J[oseph] Thomas, 1799, John Williams, Tremadoc, 1812, and [ ], 1812-1814 (2); and letters from D[avid] Charles, Carmarthen, to ? Joseph Tarn, 1812, John Davies, Bronhaulog, near Bala, to Messrs. Down, Thornton, and co., 1815, Sam[ue]l Davies, ?Llanarmon in Yale, to [ ], 1813, [the Reverend] John Elias, Llanfechell, to [ ], 1812, Samuel Mills, London, to [ ], 1815 , [the Reverend] Thomas Phillips, Neuaddlwyd, to Mr. Menzies, Carmarthen, 1812, and [ ], 1812 (2), Rob[er]t Price and others, Llanfyllin, to the Bible Society, 1812, [the Reverend] Tho[ma]s Reader, Taunton, to [the Reverend] Thomas Charles, Bala, 1786, Rob[er]t Saunderson, Bala, to Evan Evans, London (? for Joseph Tarn), 1814, John Thomas, Lodge, near Llanidloes, to [ ], 1813, W. Williams, Carmarthen, to [ ], 1813, and [ ], Carmarthen, to ? James Black, 1812. Most of the letters relate to the activities of the British and Foreign Bible Society in connection with Wales.

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Readers consulting modern papers in the National Library of Wales are required to abide by the conditions noted on the 'Modern papers - data protection' form issued with their Readers' Tickets.

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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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Copies of, or extracts from, over seventy of the letters noted are to be found in D. E. Jenkins: The Life of the Rev. Thomas Charles . . .

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Formerly known as D. E. Jenkins 37.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 12767B.

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