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Thousands of Testi- monials to hand from all parts of the world READ ON FURTHER. SPONTANEOUS TESTIMONY. WORTHY OF YOUR CONSIDERATION. SIR,-My wife desires me to say that your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey has proved a most valuable medicine in our large family (eight children). As soon as a cough or a cold makes its appearance a dose of Tudor's Balsam is at once administered, and its treat- ment is followed up until the cold disappears. Before using the Balsam in our family the children have been prostrate with colds for several weeks, but now, by taking doses, as directed, they seem to suffer very little inconvenience. During the short time the cold is upon them the action of the Balsam is marvellous, and the little ones take it readily and ask for more.—Walter J. Brett, C.M., Headmaster Severn Tunnel School. Mar :h 16th, 1892 READ ON STILL FURTHER. THE rUBLlC SPEAK HTUHLY OF IT ALL OVER THE WORLD. 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UN 0 NODWEDDION ARBENIG Y OYFROL NEWYDD FYDD EI htcrthyglau DARLUNIADOL, Y DARLUNIAU 0 WAITH ARLUNWYR MEDRUS AC ENWOG,-MEGIS 1. DYDDIADUR ARLUNYDD FU'N TEITHIO TRWY Gymru yn 1820. Ys-rif- enwyd hwn yn Gymraeg; rhydd mewn °dull dyddorol lawn, olwg rhyfedd ar Gymru'r nwyddyn honno. Bydd ei ddarluniau ef ei hun gyda'r ysgnfau. 2. TRO YN YR IWERDDON. Darluniau o r Gwyddelod yn eu cartrefi. 3. AR GRWYDR YN Y MYNYDDOEDD. Gyda darluniau prydferth. RAVRT^VKR ?1?8EDIGI°N' CHWARTER CANRIF YN OL, mewn cerbvd EIFIONYDDA IS YN LLEYN A0 E ^AWER 0 ddarluniau. 6. MYFYRWYR RHYDYCHAIN—eu by- wyd, eu hefrydiaeth, eu direidi. BYDD AMRYW DDARLUNIAU GYDA'R CYFRESI 0 ERTHYGLAU EREILL HEFYD, MEGIS 1. HANES CYMRU. Gruffydd ab Rhys ac Owen Gwynedd. 2. ADGOFION GLAN PHERATH, pre- gethwr hynaf Cymru, am Sir Drefaldwyn. 3. CYMRY PATAGONIA. Rhamant ddes- gnfiadol gan nn fu yno. 4. BEIRDD GWENT A MORGANWG. 5. BEIRDD ANADNABYDDUS CYMRU. Barn beirdd byw am danynt. 6. RHAI 0 GERDDORION CYMRU, a'u hoff ganiadau. 7. TUDALENAU'R HYNAFIEITHYDD,- mater gwerthfawr nas eyhoeddwyd o'r blaen. Bydd wyneb-ddarlun prydferth — cartrefl Cymru gan mwyaf,—gyda phob rhifyn. Y mae gwasanaeth llawer o lenorion newydd wedi ei sicrhau. Bydd rhai o gynyrchion tlysaf awen y dyddian hyn yn y gyfrol newydd. Bydd yn cynwys llawer darlun o gymeriadau Cymru, ac ystraeon i daflu goleuni ar fywyd gwlad. Nid anghofir lien gwerin ychwaith, a llenyddiaeth y dydd. Ceisir gwneyd ÇYMRU 1895 yn gyfaill i'r penteulu, i'rathraw, i bawb sydd yn cael bias ar ddarllen neu'n awyddus am weled rhai ereill yn diwyllio eu meddwl ac yn cael pleser pur. Dywed y Golygydd na fu ganddo erioed gymaint o gynorthwywyr, ac y mae erthyyglau dyddorol ac adeiladol yn ei gyrhaedd bron bob dydd at y gyfrol newydd oddiwrth rai o ysgrif- < enwyr mwyaf dysgedig a medrus Cymru. Pris—Chwecheiniog y Mis. 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