Y Cymmrodor

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Y Cymmrodor ('The Welshman') was the annual journal of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, published between 1821 and 1951. It contained essays and lectures on historical and literary topics and Welsh poetry.

Y Cymmrodor was first published in 1821 (an unnumbered volume), followed by a four-part volume published between 1822 (Part I) and 1843 (Part IV). It contained essays and lectures on historical and literary topics and Welsh poetry. The series came to an end in 1843.

The series of Y Cymmrodor was restarted in 1877 (Vol. I), containing historical and literary essays; in 1939 (Vol. XLVI) it changed to become a series of single-volume transcripts of major Welsh historical sources, ending in 1951 (Vol. L), its previous function having been taken over by the Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion.

It is being digitised by the Welsh Journals Online project at the National Library of Wales and is considered by the Library as one of "the most significant journal and periodical titles" in Wales.[1] It has also been digitised by Google and MSN and published on the Internet Archive.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Welsh Journals Online project web page
  2. ^ Jones, Robert, ed. (1877), Y Cymmrodor, 1 – 2, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  3. ^ Powel, Thomas, ed. (1880), Y Cymmrodor 3, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  4. ^ Powel, Thomas, ed. (1881), Y Cymmrodor 4, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  5. ^ Powel, Thomas, ed. (1882), Y Cymmrodor, 5 – 6, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  6. ^ Powel, Thomas, ed. (1886), Y Cymmrodor 7, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  7. ^ Phillimore, Egerton, ed. (1887), Y Cymmrodor 8, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  8. ^ Phillimore, Egerton, ed. (1888), Y Cymmrodor 9, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  9. ^ Phillimore, Egerton, ed. (1889), Y Cymmrodor 10, London: Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (published 1890) 
  10. ^ Phillimore, Egerton, ed. (1890), Y Cymmrodor 11, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  11. ^ (unknown), ed. (1891), Y Cymmrodor 12, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  12. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1900), Y Cymmrodor, 13 – 14, London: Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (published 1901) 
  13. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1902), Y Cymmrodor, 15 – 16, London: Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (published 1903) 
  14. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1903), Y Cymmrodor 17, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (published 1904) 
  15. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1905), Y Cymmrodor 18, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  16. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1906), Y Cymmrodor 19, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  17. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1907), Y Cymmrodor 20, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 
  18. ^ Evans, E. Vincent, ed. (1908), Y Cymmrodor, 21 – 22, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 

External links[edit]

volume Internet Archive (url) Google Books (url)
1 (1877) [1] [2] (1-2)
2 (1878) [3] [4] (1-2)
3 (1880) [5]
4 (1881) [6] [7]
5 (1882) [8] (5-6)
6 (1883) [9] [10] (5-6)
7 (1886) [11] [12]
8 (1887) [13] [14]
9 (1888) [15] [16]
10 (1889, printed 1890) [17] [18]
11 (1890-1, printed 1892) [19], pt 1, pt 2
12 (1891) [20] [21]
13 (1900) [22] [23] (13-4)
14 (1901) [24] [25] (13-4)
15 (1902) [26] [27] (15-6)
16 (1903) [28] [29] (15-6)
17 (1904) [30] [31] (17-9)
18 (1905) [32] [33] (17-9)
19 (1906) [34] [35] (17-9)
20 (1907) =
Robert Williams, Ystorya de Carolo Magno
[36] [37]
21 (1908) [38]
[39]
[40] (21-2)
22 (1910) [41] [42] (21-2)
23 (1912) [43]
25 (1915) [44]
26 (1916) [45]
27 (1917) [46]
28 (1918) =
John Morris-Jones, Taliesin
[47]
30 (1920) =
W. S. Davies, Giraldus Cambrensis: De Invectionibus
[48]
31 (1921) [49]
32 (1922) [50]
33 (1923) [51]
34 (1924) =
J. G. Evans, Taliesin, or the Critic Criticised
[52]
35 (1925) [53]
36 (1926) [54]
37 (1926) =
R. F. M. Wheeler, The Roman Fort near Brecon
[55]
38 (1927) [56]
39 (1928) [57]
40 (1929) [58]
41 (1930) =
W. F. Grimes, Holt, Denbigshire
[59]
42 (1931) [60]
43 (1932) [61]
44 (1935) [62]
47 (1940) =
I. C. Peate, The Welsh House. A Study in Folk Culture
[63]