Symud i'r prif gynnwys

14159E. Letters addressed to REES JENKIN JONES, Aberdare, and other members of his family. The correspondents include THOMAS R. DAVIS (Philadelphia, 1888-91 genealogical data), ARTHUR LLEWELYN EVANS (Miami, 1910-21 osteopathy; family news America and the Great War), JENKIN LLOYD JONES (Chicago 1881-1914 Welsh Unitarian literature The Abraham Lincoln Centre and The Tower Hill Pleasure Co. autobiographical items his An Artilleryman's Diary; family news), JOHN JONES (Pros- pect, Chester Co., 1842-8; family news American government and politics), DAVID THOMAS (Lower Salem and Amelia, Ohio, 1879-1914 family news farm buildings, crops, and prices), ELIZA and WILLIAM THOMAS (Lower Salem, 1849-63; family news agri- cultural prices, etc.), WALTER THOMAS (Lower Salem, 1876; family news their church at Lower Salem), and REES WILLIAMS (Washington, D.C., 1921, family news). English Welsh. 14233-42D. Notes on the MILES family and other early Welsh settlers in Penn- sylvania collected between 1902 and 1914 by G. K. MILES and A. M. DEWHURST, with correspondence on the genealogical searches involved by JOHN BALLINGER (Cardiff and Aberystwyth), SEPTIMUS DAVIS (Aberdeen, Maryland), BEN. B. Esau (Boston, Massa- chusetts), T. ALLEN GLENN (Prestatyn), T. MATHIAS (Cilgerran), G. K. MILES (Pittsburgh), T. MILES (Nantmel), and others. English. 14287B. Letters addressed to MORGAN and DANIEL DAVIES EVANS, Oakford, Cardiganshire. The correspondents include DAVID DAVIES (Nelson, New York, 1884-6; impressions of America a flourishing Welsh church at Nelson English only required for funerals and marriages), BENJAMIN EVANS (Granville, Ohio, 1875 family news; economic depression), MORGAN EVANS (on a visit to America, 1882; news of his family and of other emigrants from the Llanarth district), DAVID JONES (Scranton, 1906 reminiscences), GRIFFITH D. JONES (Granville, Ohio, 1874-98; news of his family and of other emigrants from Llanarth economic conditions; agriculture; D. S. Davies and Wales), MAGGIE JONES (Granville, 1880-8 family news), C. H. LEWIS (Granville, 1874 family news), SARAH E. LEWIS (Columbus, Ohio, 1917 death of her mother), and GRIFFITH THOMAS (Chicago, 1914; family news). Welsh English. 14334E. A replica of a memorial on Peace, signed by 390,296 women in Wales, and addressed to the women of America, 1923-4. English. 14335E. A replica of a memorial on Peace, signed by leaders of religious bodies in Wales, and addressed to the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1925. English. 14348D. Correspondence and papers of Dr. John RYLAND (1753-1825) including the diploma of the degree of Doctor in Theology conferred upon him by Rhode Island College in Providence, 1792, signed by DAVID HOWELL, JONATHAN MAXEY, PERES FOBES, Benj WEST, and Geo BENSON. Latin. 14352C. Typescript copies of correspondence mainly addressed to ROBERT OWEN from the William Galpin collection. An imperfect letter to William Allen relates to the acquisition of New Harmony, 1825, and two letters, dated 1828, from Alexander Campbell and P. O. Skene refer to America, the latter to the Texas scheme. There is also one letter by ROBERT DALE OwEN (1846; Webster's manifesto on the Oregon question), and another fragment by him (1844 family accounts in connection with New Harmony). English,