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Ref: MUS/199 

Books received from Ceredigion Museum – originally part of different collections.

MUS/199/1
Cofiant y Parchedig John Jones, Talsarn (2 vols). Owner's inscription: 'David Lloyd, Bryntirion, Aberystwyth'. 

MUS/199/2
Humphrey Jones a Diwygiad 1859, gan Y Parch. Evan Isaac (Awdur Prif Emynwyr Cymru'). Gwasg y Bala, 1930.

MUS/199/3
Cofiant y Parch. Daniel Rowland, Llangeitho (gyda darluniau) gan y Parch. D. Worthington, Llangeitho. Inscription: 'Gwobr Ysgol Sul Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn i Miss Margaret S. Davies, Cynon Fawr. Ebrill 17ed 1906. W. Headley, Ficer'

MUS/199/4
Evan Evans 1850-1955: A Memoir. Caernarfon 1934. Owner's inscription: 'E. Edwards'

MUS/199/5
Dail yr Hydref sef Adgofion am Dol-y-bont, Llanfihangel-Genau'r-Glyn a Rhos-y-gell gan Daniel Thomas, Penpompren, Devil's Bridge, Aberystwyth. Dinbych 1916. Inscription: 'I Grace E. E. Bray-Owen, 'Tanllethr', Rhos-y-gell, Devil's Bridge, oddiwrth Parch. D. A. Thomas, Vicarage, Llandysul. 1947'

MUS/199/6
Memoirs of Henry Richard, The Apostle of Peace, by Lewis Appleton. London, 1889.

MUS/199/7
David Davies (1818-1890) Llandinam, gan Goronwy Jones, Prestatyn. Gwrecsam, 1913.

MUS/199/8
Kearsley's Complete Peerage of England, Scotland and Ireland together with an Extinct Peerage of the Three Kingdoms, List of all their Family Names, Titles of Elder Sons, etc. and Translation of their Mottos. Vol. 1. London 1809.

MUS/199/9 
Evan Evans 1850-1933 - A Memoir, compiled by Ivor Evans and Ernest Evans. Evan Evans was a Methodist minister at the Tabernacl, Aberystwyth.

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