A collection of Welsh pedigrees, coats of arms and a few folk tales in a late 16th century hand. The identity of the compiler is unclear, but it could possibly be the work of Wiliam Cynwal (5943)
A collection of the work of the chief bards, compiled by Evan Lloyd of Maes-y-Porth, Anglesey in 1756, and mostly in his hand. Amongst the poets which are featured are Sion Tudur, Dafydd ap Gwilym, John Dafydd, Thomas Price of Plas Iolyn and Goronwy Ddu (5944)
A collection of poetry created by William Evans of Llanwnda, c. 1770's. It contains the work of the chief bards, mixed with the more wanton works of poetry of his own period (5945)
2 books of poetry compiled by John Roberts of Rhoscolyn in the early 19th century. The first includes the work of such poets as Sion Phylip, Lewys Morgannwg, Huw Pennant, Sion Tudur and Dafydd Nanmor. The second includes some English poetry, such as the work of Sir Walter Scott (5946-5947)
Diary of John Roberts for 1828 with observations on the weather mainly with occasional notes of church services at Rhoscolyn, Llanfair and Llanfihangel Ysgeifiog (5948).