Title: Y Seren Foren neu Ganwyll Y Cymry; sef ...
Publisher: D. J. Roderic; Llundian, Longman A'I Gyfeillion, Llanymddyfri
Publication Date: 1867
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Third Edition
Good green cloth hardcover stamped gilt & black, 6 x 9 inches, several small stains on the binding but with bright gilt, 328 clean & tight pp., engraved frontispiece, yellow end papers, lacks the front free end paper. We are happy to send you a picture on request. The text is in Welsh. An English rendering of the title might be, "The Morning Star or the Welsh Candle; Poetical Works of the Reverend Rhys Prichard, M.A. "Rhys Prichard (1579–1644) was a Welsh clergyman and poet. He was vicar of Llandovery in the west of Wales and held various posts at St David's Cathedral. He was known as "Yr Hen Ficer" ("the Old Vicar"). Prichard, who was educated at Jesus College, Oxford, composed many poems on religious themes. His greatest fame lies with his influential poem Cannwyll y Cymry (usually translated as The Welshman's Candle), a collection of poetical teachings and moral guidance. " - Wikipedia. Bookseller Inventory # 286
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