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A family Bible and other items

Acc. 2613

MUS/107/1 Welsh Bible (New Testament) belonging to Thomas Jones (b. 1821) of Penlon, Bettws Evan. Contains details of his wife, children and further descendants.

Acc. 3311

Small cloth-bound volume: Speed’s Cattle Measurer containing ‘Tables for ascertaining the weight of cattle, calves, sheep, and hogs by measure’. By William Speed. London 1874. Owner’s inscription: David Jones, Blaenffynon, Brongwyn, and a later one: Ieuan ?Ll Jones, Ceri Mill, Cwmcoy, N. C. Emlyn.

Printed sheet containing ‘Can newydd i Pegi Lewis, arwres y degwm yn Sir Aberteifi’ [New song to Pegi Lewis, the tithes heroine in Cardiganshire] by B. Jones, Treherbert.

Notebook with marbled card covers. Name and address, with dates, of John S. Thomas, written out inside front and back covers, ‘Dunraven House, Treherbert, Glamorganshire’, front Xmas 88, back September 10th 1889. Contains transcription of Welsh language ballad, ‘Morgan Bach A’i Fam, yn Ymddiddan yn Nghych Myned i Australia’, originally published in 1801. Also contains address, in pencil, ‘Henry James & C[ompan]ie, 39 Rue Pasqu…, Hotel Muller, Paris’.

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