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YOUNG WALES SCHOOL SERIES I LLYFR BACH I. (FOURTH ElJITION) 4. LLYFR BACH II. I SECOND EDITION 4d. BY I L. D. JONES, BANGOP NOW READY. SPECIMEN PAGES OF LLYFR BACH I. f Zffi* BAdf.' Y LLYFF SACH. 39 | ch dd ff 11 th I cat h cath ""t-" 1 d I 0 s dIos + mae mae e f I ffon ^Q11 o gath fach dlos, i ba le yr a hi ? jfr j\ dal yr hen gath ddu a dwg at hon. ly mae y ci ar ol y gath. o yr hen gi cas am ladd y gath fach. if 4" ° j dal y ci i mi, lie mae fy ffon? r gad y ffon yn ei lle/t-(- -r~ w&T~" pam na chaf fy ffon at yr hen gi ? 111 nid aeth y ci at dy gath. 1- H 0, wel, gad i'r hen gi. • Wk These books are now in use in most of the Elementary Schools as well as in some of the County Schools of Wales. PUBLISHED BY PUBTH>fWKLSH NATIONAL PHESS CO LTD CARNARVON. I PRICE THREEPENCE. j PUBLISHED MONTHLY. Young Wales N VflONATj PERIODICAL FOR WALES. DEALING WITH WELSH LITERATURE, WELSH EDUCA- TION, WELSH POLITICS, AND ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE NATIONAL LIFE OF WALES. EDITED BY J. HUGH EDWARDS. I T Throueh Welsh Spectacles Crisp com- ments on curre. t Topics. By W Llewelyn Williams, M.A. (Barristernat-Law). H. Beyond Otla's Dyke: Notes on matters of interest to We.shmen across the Borders. III. Welsh Literary Notes. By J. M. Da- ^1 lV^i>ar Welsh Intermediate Schools' Circle. Conducted by J. Trevor Owen, My Short Stories illustrative of Welsh Life and Character. By S. M. S.: Miss Winnie Parry Rev Hartwell Jones; Artemus Jones, and others. VI Translations from the Masters 01 Welsh Poetry. By J. Bodvan Anwyl. VIT. Portraits and Character Sketches of Leading Young Welshmen. VIII. Illustrated interviews with Promi- "Tx"wiles: Month by Month. By the Editor.. The Special Features include: I. The continuation of the series of Articles on: The Classics of Welsh Literature. By Professor Anwyl, M.A. H. A specially contributed series or Articles on Elementary Education in Wales. By Charles Morgan, M.A. (Principal cf Pupil Teacher Centre's, Cardiff), and by Walter Brockington, B.A. (Member of the Executive of the N.U.T.) I III. A powerful Serial Tale, based upon the Chartist Riots at Newport, entitled "Faithful unto Death." IV. The Continuation of the Brilliant Series, by S. M. S. of Welsh Rural Sketches. V. A series of stirring Welsh Idylls, en- titled "Tales from Babilon." VI. A series of Short Papers on The Land Question in Wales. By Michael Davitt, M.P. J. Lloyd Morgan, M.P. Henry Broadhurst, M.P.; Richard Jones (Perth- eirin). I VII. A series of Papers under the heading "Types among our Countrymen." The Welsh Peasant. By D. Lleufer Tho- mas. The Welsh Collier. By W. Abraham (Maoon), M.P. The Welsh Tinplate Worker. By D. Randell, M.P. The Welsh Quarryman. By D. R. Daniel VIII. Our Institutions: Where they need Reform? Under this heading there will be contributed a Special Article on: The Eisteddfod. By T. Marchant Wil- liams. The Welsh University. By W. Llewelyn Williams. The Welsh Press. By W. Davies (Acting Editor "Western Mail"). Theological Colleges in Wales. By Prof. Tyssil Evans, M.A. The Chu -ch in Wales. By A Leading Clera man. The Welsh Cymanfa. By Rev T. C. Wil- liams, B.A. (Gwalchmai). The Welsh Seiat. By A Prominent Minis- ter. IX. A series of Articles on the Welsh Par- liamentary Party from the standpoint of: (1) A Welsh Member. By D. A. Thomas, M.P. (2) A Scotch Member. By J. H. Dalziel, M.P. (3) An English Member. By J. Samuel M.P. (4) An Irish Member. By Timothy Healy, M.P. 01' (5) A Conservative Member. By J. M. Maclean, M.P. (6) A ParUmentary Pressman. By T. Artemus Jones. > X. "Voices from the Past. Under this heading there will be specially contributed, by various well-known writers, articles 3n the following subjects: —Llewelyn's Cam- paign,—Owen Glyndwr's Policy,—Vavasor Powell as a Statesman,- e Politics of Huw Morris,-Archbisho Laud's Welsh Policy,—The Dream of John Penrv,-David Morgan the Jacobite,—Sacheverell and the Welsh,—"S. R." and the Land Question,— Wales under Sir Henry Sidney ,.e Car- narvon Election, 1796,—Chartist Riots in Wales. Special contributions have also been pro- ¡ mised from the following: -1. Among our Men of Letters: Sir Lewis Morris, W. Ed- wards Tirebuck, Owen Rhoscomyl, Dean Howell, Alfred Thomas, Dr. Kuno Meyer, Allen Raine," E. Vincent Evans, R. Morris Lewis, Rhys J. Huws, T. H. Thomas, Ernest Rhys, Elvet Lewis, Prof. J. Morris Jones, M.A., J. Arthur Price, R. Williams, F.R.H.S., David Davies (Swansea), Gwilym Hughes (Cardiff), Charles Ashton, R. A. Griffith, J. O. Jones, W. Eilir Evans, Pr Morgan. Davies, J. E. Thomas.—II. Among Welsh Educationalists: Right Hon. Lord Rendel, Principal Rhys, M A, Ll.D., Principal T. C. Edwards, D.D., Principal J. Viriamu Jones, F.R.S., Principal H. R. Reichel, M.A., Principal T. F. Roberts, M.A., Principal Owen Pry?, M.A., Principal W. Edwards, D.D. (Car- diff), Professor W. Lewis Jones, M.A., Prc- fessor J. E. Lloyd, M.A., Professor D. Mor- gan Lewis, M.A., Professor Edward Ed- wards, M.A., Professor Ellis Edwards, M.A., Professor Brough, Ll.D., Dr Isambard Owen, A. C. Humphreys-Owen, M.P., T. Darling- ton, M.A., if.M.I., W. Cadwaladr Davies, Miss E. P. Hughes, Miss Anna Rowlands, B.A., Ivor James, W. Jenkyn Thomas, M.A., D. Thomas, B.A., H.M.I., J. Austin Jenkins, B.A., D. Samuel, M.A., T. Mor timer Green, L. D. Jones, Tom John, Rhys, Morgan, M.A., J. E. Powell (Wrexham), H. Holman, M.A., H.M.I., Thomas Owen (Aberystwyth), E. D. Jones, M.A., Owen Owen, M.A., W. Edwards M.A., H.M.I. -111. Among Welsh Politicians Thomas E. Ellis, M.P., D. Lloyd George, M.P., J. Herbert Lewis, M.P.. Alfred Thomas, M.P., Ellis Jones Griffith M.P., J. Herbert Ro- berts, M.P., William Jones, M.P., Samuel Moss, M.P., Brynmor Jcnes, Q.C., M.P., J. Bryn Roberts. M.P., S. Smith, M.P.. Alfred Bryn Roberts. M.P., S. Smith, M.P.. Alfred Spicer, M.P., R. McKenna, M.P., W. Bo- wen Rowlands, Q.C., Major E. R. Jones, Dr Emrys Jones.—IV. Among Leading Ministers Revs Hugh Price Hughes, M.A., J. Ossian Davies, John Thomas, M.A. .(Liverpool), Ptedr Williams, Thomas Stephens, M.A., H. Elwyn Thomas, Dr. Cynddvlan Jones, John Hughes, M.A., J. Puleston Jones, M.A., Richard Hughes, B.A., W. J. Nicl^lson, J. E. Hughes, M.A. EXTRACTS FROM PRESS f REVIEIVS: "It only remains fcr us new to congratulate the Editor of "Young Wales" upon having produced the very best magazine that has been issued in Wales in recent years.—"The*! 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CiESAR'S VISITS. 1 ]|[ Gwnaethant eu lit. they did their they tiaye their tatt, u p Croesi yr afon a lit. crossing the river the river was crossed- wnaed was done 'ft TrgA Ar eu hunion lit. on their straight straight on /p, if Gadael ar ej oj lit. leaving on his track leaving behind him ( j jj n \i!S> fav Extending stretching out estyn II I VlK (I Authority government, power, awdurdod con trol « -y 11 I Exploit performance go r chest ^Cl a|jf Subdua conquer, bring under darostwn- authority ^7-^ Penetrate to enter into, to pierce treidiio Hesitate to be in doubt petruso —CaYaJry horse-soldiers gwyr meirch Infantry foot-soldiers gwyr traed c Hindrance opposition rkuystr Fortress place strengthened for amddiffyn/a Llong Rufeinig. defence Wrought worked (wright—a gwneud 'tJ V. YMWELIADAU CESAR. H»0<1 DCSMCAT' II/R* Shattered broken up in pieces torri yn deilchion Acth yn drech lit. it went mightier it grew mightier Tribute a fixed payment, tax teyrnged Ltiiyn ar ei ol lit. follow on his track followtd him Haras3 to trouble, to torment, klino, toad Aeih a hi yn ol lit. went with her back took it back to annoy Aeth yn frwydr lit. it went a battle a battle ensued | i. Er cymamt gogoniant Carthage a Marseilles a r. Great as was the glory of Carthage and Mar- <1 threfydd masnachol eraill ar lan y Mor Canol, bu raid seilles and other trading cities on the shores of the. iddynt blygu o flaen milwyr Rliufain.. Nid oedd hon Mediterranean, they were forced to bow before the .7 ond dinas fechan ar y dechreu ar lan y Tiber yn y soldiers of Roiiie. 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