Reference code(s): GB 0210 MSDANJNS
Title: Daniel Jones Manuscripts
Short title: Jones, Daniel, manuscripts
Dates of creation: 1789-1929
Level of description: Fonds
Extent and medium: 5 volumes
Name of creator(s): Daniel Jones; David Jones
Administrative and biographical history: Daniel Jones (c. 1770-1821), poet, lived at Blaenhaul, Llanddewi Aber-arth, Cardiganshire. David Jones of Llan-non, Cardiganshire was the son of Daniel Jones.
Scope and content: Poetical compositions by Daniel Jones, together with miscellaneous papers including transcripts, correspondence, newspaper cuttings and a note relating to the births of his children. The transcripted material is largely by David Jones of Llan-non, son of Daniel Jones.
Language/script: Welsh, English
System of arrangement: Arranged according to NLW MSS reference numbers: NLW MSS 21738-21742.
Conditions governing access: 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.
Conditions governing reproduction: Usual copyright laws apply
Finding aids: The descriptions (with a detailed index) are also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume VIII (Aberystwyth, 1999); they can also be accessed on-line from http://www.llgc.org.uk:81/index.htm
Accruals: No accruals expected
Immediate source of acquisition: NLW MSS 21738-21741 were donated by Mr D. Elwyn Lloyd Jones of London, per Mr Dafydd Morris Jones in 1981; NLW MS 21742 was donated by Mr Dafydd Morris Jones in 1981.
Note: Title based on contents
Archivist's note: Description compiled by Bethan Ifans for the retrospective conversion project of NLW MSS, and revised by Bethan Ifans. The following source was used in the compilation of this description: Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume VIII (Aberystwyth, 1999).
Rules or conventions: This description follows ANW guidelines based on ISAD(G) Second edition; AACR2; and LCSH
Date(s) of description: December 2005 and August 2009