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Deborah Seiselmyer, Lisa Dy, and student assistants Shanice Carter, and Lauren Robinson. Diolch yn fawr iawn.
Welsh Collection (location in the collection unclear)
Microfilm: MN 100.3
No free full text view located.
Cover from Ebay sale
NLW has two ‘editions’ 1891 and 1895. OCLC has limited holders in somewhat confused cataloging. Original edition may have copyright 1887. Also printed in Utica as The Baptist Musical Treasure. Not held by UC Library. See WordlCat catalog information OCLC 30578854.
Not in Welsh Imprints of Central New York (Nassar)
Item on microfilm not represented in UC catalog.
"Anerchiad" appears as a running head on the item as filmed
Copy may have been withdrawn as imperfect or damaged?
May have been published in Oneida, NY?
Not in catalog.
Microfilm: MN 100.4
Imperfect. Scanned first page.
Unidentified item. See image from scanned copy. No longer in the collection?
May be a page fom an unidentified periodical (Oneida, C.N. handwritten at top of first filmed page)
No identifiable record in OCLC, National Library of Wales, or bibliographic sources examined.
Microfilm: MN 107.8
Full text view Hathi Trust: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.hxddd9
National Library of Wales note: Gives fuller title. Originally published in the U.S. 1867 as Classic Baptism. An inquiry into the meaning of the word Βαπτιζω, as determined by the usage of classical Greek writers. For example, see Hathi Trust: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/inu.30000007129442
Full text view Hathi Trust v. 1-2: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.32044024079238
Utica, N.Y. : W. Ap Madoc a T. Solomon Griffiths. Hathi Trust copy (from Harvard Library) covers v.1 (1872) and v. 2 (1873). UC cataloging does not indicate holdings.
National Library of Wales: A monthly non-denominational Welsh-language periodical intended for the children of the Welsh Sunday schools in America. Until December 1874 the periodical was jointly edited by William ap Madoc and T. Solomon Griffiths who were succeded by the Calvinist Methodist minister, Morgan Albert Ellis (1832-1901) and the Congregationalist minister and eisteddfodwr Thomas Edwards (Cynonfardd, 1848-1927), who also served as joint-editors. Associated titles: Yr Ysgol (1869-1870).
Microfilm: MN 105.1
Full text view Hathi Trust: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.hxddc3
Library also has this title in a copy printed in Wales (1837). See https://uclibraryts.on.worldcat.org/external-search?queryString=Defodau+dwyreiniol%3A+yn+cael+eu+cymmwyso+er+egluro+
Free full text view not not located.
Microfilm: Vol. 1 MN 106.2 & Vol. 2 MN 106.3
Hathi Trust, vol. 2: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.32044090290347
UC Catalog has 1863 for both volumes. National Library of Wales has this printing.
Full text view,Hathi Trust, vol. 2:http://http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.32044090290347
Microfilm: MN 107.7
Full text view Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/cymruaiphoblcymr00jone
National Library of Wales. Notes:
"Anrheg i dderbynwyr 'Y Drych'."
A collection of articles by Alexander Jones, J. Morris Jones, J. E. Lloyd, O. M. Edwards, and others. Issued to subscribers of the periodical 'Y Drych'.
Contents: The Cymry of '76 / by Alexander Jones -- Brief history of Wales and its literature / by J. Morris Jones -- Hanes yr hen Gymry / gan J.E. Lloyd -- Cymru a'i gwroniaid / gan O.M. Edwards -- Traddodiadau dyddorol a barddoniaeth wladgorol / gan wahanol awduron.
Microfilm: MN 109.3
Full text view Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/casgliadosalmau01unkngoog
Microfilm: MN 108.5
Full text view Hathi Trust: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.hxdcc3
No free full text view located.
Vol. 1, issue 12, UC has only one issue. Harvard may have additional issues in vol. 1. AAS Digital Collections (EBSCO) has Issue 1 – ion 1843, Issue 4 – ebr 1843, Issue 6 – meh 1843, and Issue 12 – rha 1843.
See Waters, Huw Walters. Llyfryddiaeth cylchgronau Cymreig, 1735-1850 = A bibliography of Welsh periodicals, 1735-1850. (Aberystwyth : Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru, 1993): "[Y Dyngarwr], Welsh-American periodical; advocated freedom for the slaves and other philanthropic causes."
Perhaps mistaken for similar title in cataloging which was filmed
UC Library holdings unclear
Bi-lingual periodical may have been published 1926-1934 by the Moriah PresbyterianChurch, Utica. Harvard has a copy of 1931-33 both print and microfilm. May be under copyright.
Central New York Welsh Imprints (printed in Utica, Rome, or Remsen) are housed in Special Collections; almost all were microfilmed. Titles not readily available online but part of the UC film collection can be digitized at no cost to non-profits. Direct all inquiries to Jan Malcheski.