XII. — Index TO NAMES OF PERSONS. Among the persons referred to in the Diaries, etc., the following, judging by the number of the allusions to them, played the most important part in the life of Howel Harris and the Trevecka Family,-Thos. Adams, Hannah Bowen, John Cennick, Howel Davies, Corporal Hugh Davies, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Godwin, Madam Griffith, Marmaduke Gwynne, Susannah Harris (his mother), Joseph Harris, Anne Harris (his wife), Miles Harry, Brother Humphreys, Countess of Huntingdon, James Ingram, Thos. James of Builth, Herbert Jenkins, Edmund Jones, Griffith Jones, Thos. Jones, Cwmyoy, Benj. La Trobe, John Lewis, Printer, London, D. Lloyde, Llandefalle, Evan Moses, Thos. Price, Watford, James Prichard, Daniel Rowland, W. Seward, Richard Tibbot, Benjamin Wase, John and Charles Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Whitefield, Williams Pantycelyn, Peter Wil- liams, etc. XIII.-INDEX TO FRANKS. In days when the posting of letters was not easily accom- plished it is interesting to know how Howel Harris had his letters franked by Lord G. Bentinck, Earl of Berkeley, A. Bevan, M.P. for Carmarthen, James Erskine, M.P., P. Francis (probably Sir Philip Francis), Howell Gwynne (18 times), Earl of Huntingdon, Viscount Hereford, Viscount Townshend, Thomas Morgan and others. XIV.-NoTES. No Notes have as yet been added to the contents of the Catalogue. M. H. JONES. Ton Pentre (formerly Tutor at Trevecka College), Dygwyl Dewi, 1910.
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