Microfilm: MN 127.1
No free full text view located. 1875 (New York) edition, see Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/coryplantwedieiy00powe
See WorldCat Identities entry: http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no2010064643/
See Library of Congress entry for sheet music: http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.ihas.200001269/default.html
Microfilm: MN 128.3
Library also has 1911 copy (not on microfilm). See https://uclibraryts.on.worldcat.org/oclc/17573083
No free full text view located.
Library also has 1911 item (not on microfilm). See https://uclibraryts.on.worldcat.org/oclc/17573083
Microfilm: MN 125.3
No full text view located.
A catechism for children.
John Parry, Dictionary of Welsh Biography entry & see Google Books Biographical Dictionary of Welsh Preachers... (Joseph Evans)
See Early American Imprints (Shaw & Showmaker) No. 15949
Provenance: Library copy owned by Richard Francis
Not microfilmed for UC collection
Full text view Internet Archive (from a copy at Princeton Theological Seminary): https://archive.org/details/pigionohymnau00vand
Utica Public Library copy was used for the (inferior) digitized version available by subscription in Early American Imprints, Series II via Readex. Shaw & Shoemaker record it as No. 15949.
From a copy at Princeton Theological Seminary.
A collection of Welsh hymns (without music), Pigion o Hymnau (Utica, 1808) is notable as the first Welsh book printed in New York State and one of the earliest titles in the U.S.
The UC Library copy, very scarce, in contemporary calf, is extremely fragile but appears to be complete in 12º. Other libraries with this title: Syracuse, Cornell, Princeton Theological Seminary (supplying the copy for Internet Archive), and Utica Public (an imperfect copy for the Shaw & Shoemaker bibliography). National Library of Wales has copies. The Oneida Historical Society may also have one (not confirmed). Princeton credits to Francis Adrian Van der Kemp (1752-1829) for collecting the hymns for publication, whereas OCLC records do so for a Mary Davis (identity uncertain).
Pigion o Hymnau was published by Ira Merrell, a well known printer in the area. He emigrated from Wales in 1798. See Google Books. This was possibly his only publication in Welsh.
The sole signature in the UC copy is by a Richard Francis who can be identified as Richard Francis who emigrated from Wales in 1797 (The Cambrian, v.17, Jan. 1897); see p. 344 in a Google Books version. It is unclear why the UC copy was not part of the microfilming project (1989-90); it may have been a later acquisition.
Note: Microfilm/electronic records for Pigion o Hymnau in OCLC have a title transcription error, Hymnan is given instead of the correct Hymnau.
Microfilm: MN 127.2
1881-1887, see National Library of Wales catalogue record.
Microfilm: MN 124.7
Full text view Google Books (British Library copy): https://books.google.com/books?id=XVJiAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA1&dq=Eliasia;+neu+rai+sylwadau&hl=en&sa=X&ei=14iVVdrXI4W2-QGYsYu4Dg&ved=0CB4Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Eliasia%3B%20neu%20rai%20sylwadau&f=false
Microfilm: MN 131.4
See also 1855 edition (not filmed?): http://uclibraryts.worldcat.org/oclc/17593939
Microfilm: MN: 133.3
Library also has London 1853 Welsh translation: http://uclibraryts.worldcat.org/oclc/4450536
Full text view Hathi Trust: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/nyp.33433075838262
See also (not owned by UC) 1853 Abertawy [Swansea] edition; Hathi Trust: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/nyp.33433076063225?urlappend=%3Bseq=7