Welsh poetry -- 20th century

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Aderyn Bach Mewn Llaw

Deunydd yn ymwneud â'r flodeugerdd Aderyn Bach Mewn Llaw (1990), gan gynnwys adolygiadau, gohebiaeth, erthygl a chyfrol o farddoniaeth sy'n cynnwys cyfieithiadau o un o'r cerddi gwreiddiol i Iseldireg a Ffriseg Orllewinol.

Amryw gerddi,

A miscellaneous collection of poetry including an incomplete 'pryddest' on the story of Kulhwch and Olwen written on the backs of sheets of a Birkenhead list of voters, 1876; a carol by D[avid] Lewis ('Ap Ceredigion'); a poem entitled 'Sion fy Nhaid' and a hymn by Henry Rowlands ('Henri Myllin'); a poem entitled 'Trefaldwyn' by J. R. Williams ('Tryfanwy'); poems entitled 'Gwlaw Sdiniog' and 'Cyfrinach y Tannau' by Robert Roberts ('Isallt'); an elegy on the death of Evan E. Owen, Assheton House, Ebenezer, 1883; a fragment of a song entitled 'Priodas yr Oen'; 'englynion' on Pont y Benglog taken from Tywysog Cymru, 15 Tach. 1832; English poems entitled 'The Burial of Abel', 'America', and 'Go Forward'; and selections from the writings of Rhys J. Huws written on the back of circulars relating to his Testimonial Fund, 1917.

An ode to J. H. Davies,

A letter from the Reverend Professor John Young Evans, Aberystwyth to J. H. Davies enclosing printed copies ('"Pembroke County Guardian", Hwlffordd') of 'Awdl i J. H. Davies ... gan Ieuan Mynyw' [i.e. J. Young Evans], originally published in the Pembroke County Guardian, 18 November 1910.

Atgofion,

Memoirs [1970s] in Welsh of Kate Davies, tracing her family history and describing the Cletwr valley in south Cardiganshire, its colourful characters and their traditional agricultural way of life during the first half of the twentieth century. Also included are poems by her father, Daniel Thomas (1866-1942). Miscellaneous items, found loose inside the volume, have been filed separately (MS 23116iiD).

Kate Davies.

Autograph letters,

Autograph letters, mainly to 'Gwilym Cowlyd', from [?Avaon] Eryri (1872); 'Cynwal' (1879); 'Clwydfardd' (1875); 'Cyfanwy' (1882); 'Cadvan' (1862); 'Caerwyson' (1886); C. W. Jones (Secretary of the Cymmrodorion Society) (1883); 'Cymrygarwr' (1878); 'Crych Elen', Cyffdy; autograph letters to 'Gwilym Cowlyd' from 'Gwilym Dyfi' (1884); John M. Davies (1898); 'Druisim' (1884); 'Telynor y Gogledd' (1876); Elias Davies ('Ehedydd Arfon') (1889); William Davies (1862); I. I. Davies (1889); J. H. Davies (1904); 'Dewi Glan Ffrydlas' (1881); E. Ellis (1862); R. C. Evans, Dolgelley (1903); 'Elfyn' (1893); 'Eos Môn' (1876); 'Eos y Berth' (1880); 'Elldeyrn' (1876); Vincent Evans (1898); D. Silvan Evans (1881, 1884, 1882); 'Eos Llechid' (1862); David Francis, Gwrtherid (1888); 'Gwilym Ebrill' (1881); 'Glan Tecwyn' (1892); 'Granwllefab' (1879); 'Gwenllian' (1901); 'Gutyn Ebrill' (1878); 'Hugh Fylchi' (1869); John Hughes (1875); Ceiriog Hughes (1875); John Hughes, Tanygrisiau; 'Iolo Môn' (1877); 'Illtyd' (1892); William Jones ('Gwilym Meirion') (1897); R. Jones ('Trebor Aled') (1899); J. Jones (Dwdan) (1890); David Jones ('Dewi Padarn') (1863); 'Ieuan Eifion' (1863); T. James (1878); Richard James; R. H. Hugh Jones; Spinther James (1887); O. Jones, Rhuddlan (1893); Owen Jones, Llansantffraid (1896); Cynwal Jones, Conwy (1881); J. Jones ('Ogwenydd') (1881); David Jones ('Dafydd Morganwg') (1879); Owen Jones ('Telyn Seiriol') (1880); W. M. Jones, Bettws y Coed (1889); W. H. Jones ('Gwilym Dâr') (1878); John Jones ('Talhaiarn') (1869, 1863, 1868); E. Doged Jones, Lerpwl; Tudno Jones; Idris Fychan (1884); Iolo Trefaldwyn (1877); 'Llallawg' (1878); 'Llew Llwyfo' (1891); 'Llinos Moelwyn' (1899); 'Ap Myrddin' (1890); an autograph letter to R[ichar]d Hughes from Osborne Morgan (1878); autograph letters to 'Gwilym Cowlyd' from 'Machraeth Môn' (1896); 'Morien' (1894); Lord Mostyn (1898); H[uw] Machno (1875); W. Morgan ('Penfro') (1883); Alfred Moffat (1902); 'Mynyddog' (1879); 'Owain Alaw' (1873); Edw[ard] H. Owen, Tycoch; 'Pencerdd Eifion'; Robert Parry, Ruthin (1862); D. E. Phillips, Pontypridd (1893); 'Penfro' (1889); Tho[ma]s Powel, Penarth (1887, 1894); John Roberts, Ruthin; Robyn Wyn (1878); T. Herbert Roberts, Abergele (1900); Llywarch Reynolds (1884); 'Rhuddfryn' (1862); Ellis Roberts, Corwen (1878); T. F. Roberts, Aberystwyth (1895); John Rhys, Oxford (1895); John Roberts (Welsh Harper) (1878); Robin Delynor (1884); Evan Rees ('Dyfed') (1881, 1885); an autograph letter to Lord Mostyn from 'Gwilym Cowlyd' (1878); autograph letters to 'Gwilym Cowlyd' from 'Taliesin Hiraethog' (1884); 'Trebor Aled' (1899); Edw[ard] Thomas, Blaenau Ffestiniog; R. W. Tudor, Tanygrisiau (1894); 'Teibal Lleifiad' (1895); 'Taliesin o Eifion' (1876); Egerton Phillimore (1882); Cornwallis West (1886); R. Môn Williams; John Williams ('Eos Môn'); and miscellaneous papers containing poetry and adjudications.

Awdl: 'Dedwyddwch'

One of fifteen volumes of 'awdlau', 'pryddestau', etc., by Edward Lloyd ('Tegfelyn').

Tegfelyn, 1846-1922

Awdl: 'Iechyd'

One of fifteen volumes of 'awdlau', 'pryddestau', etc., by Edward Lloyd ('Tegfelyn').

Tegfelyn, 1846-1922

Barddoniaeth

Poetry by Thomas Evans Griffith ('Beren') written for 'eisteddfodau' at Llandudno (1896), Colwyn Bay (1899), Caernarfon (1906), etc.

Barddoniaeth

'Galareb ... am John Parry, Bethesda, 1850' by 'Trogwy'; Pryddest: 'Abraham' submitted for competition at the Wrexham Eisteddfod, 31 December 1885; Cerdd: 'Y Gwanwyn' by William Jones 'Graienyn', 1876; 'Recollections of Castle Square'; 'Hiraeth am y Nefoedd'; a small collection of Welsh poems; 'Man the Lifeboat (Cwch y Bywyd)', 'Isaac Davies', 'Dod i'r Deml a Diolch', 'Fy mwa yn y cwmwl fydd', 'Fy Ngwraig', and 'Ar hwn yr edrychaf' by W. J. Parry; a selection of scripture passages and poetry for each day from January 1 to June 22; and an essay entitled 'Galwad yr Efengyl'.

Barddoniaeth amrywiol feirdd

Barddoniaeth amrywiol feirdd ar wahân i Menna Elfyn, gan gynnwys Nigel Jenkins, R. S. Thomas, Ted Hughes, Peter Meilleur, Iwan Llwyd, Joseph Clancy, Raymond Garlick a Gillian Clarke.

Barddoniaeth Briwlyn,

A collection, compiled c. 1911, of religious and secular verse in Welsh by Griffith Phillips ('Briwlyn'), composed c. 1880-1911, with a list of contents on ff. i-iiv. Poems found loose inside NLW MS 22755iB have been filed separately as MS 22755iiE.

Griffith Phillips.

Barddoniaeth 'Glyn Myfyr',

  • NLW MS 11014B.
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  • ca. 1918 /

Holograph poems by Evan Williams ('Glyn Myfyr'), among them being an ode ('awdl') on 'Ben Bowen' which was awarded the crown at an eisteddfod held at Resolven, August, 1918.

Glyn Myfyr, 1866-1937

Barddoniaeth gynnar

Llyfrau nodiadau Menna Elfyn yn cynnwys ymdrechion barddoni cynnar a drafftiau o gerddi, rhai ohonynt a gynhwyswyd yn ddiweddarach ar ffurf cyflawn mewn gweithiau cyhoeddiedig megis Mwyara (1976), 'Stafelloedd Aros (1978) a Tro'r Haul Arno (1982), ynghyd â barddoniaeth gan feirdd eraill ac amrywiol ddyfyniadau.

Barddoniaeth Owen M. Edwards,

An exercise book containing poems in the autograph of [Sir] Owen M. Edwards - 'Meinwen Manon'; 'Telyneg'; 'Fy Mun'; 'Orfhws'; 'Dol y Dolefain'; 'Y Nos'; 'Saith Oes Dyn (Cyf. o Shakespeare)'; a metrical sketch entitled 'Maes Garmon'; and 'In quest of Peace'.

O. M. Edwards.

Barddoniaeth R. Williams Parry,

A notebook containing transcripts by D. Myrddin Lloyd of over eighty poems by Robert Williams Parry, mostly composed between 1924 and 1948, many of which later appeared in Cerddi'r Gaeaf (Dinbych, 1952). Details of date and place of first publication are appended to most of the poems.

D. Myrddin Lloyd.

Barddoniaeth,

Miscellaneous poetry mainly by Trebor Aled, many of which were submitted for competition at 'eisteddfodau'.

Trebor Aled.

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