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l.I-A.'WJL.irE'ra ATWASANAETHATHRAWON YR YSGOL SUL, Sef Qofyniadau ar Lyfrem Hanesyddol yr Hen Destament. Gtta y Parch. EVAN JONES, B.D., Rheithor Trefdraeth, Penfro. PRIS 6D. GYDA'R POST, 7D. Merthyr Tydfil: FARRANT a FKOST, Swyddfa "Y Llan a'r Dywysogaeth." HANESYDDIAETH BOBLOGAIDD o BGJJWYS ILOIECxnl (YN SAESNEG) in dangos ei Tharddiad-Bi Ohynydd-A'i Gwaith, dm8 y Bobl. BRASDDARLUN MEWN TAIR PENOD. i.-oaaiar y dyddiau boreuafhyd amseroedd y Diwygiad. II.—Hanes y Diwygiad. III.-Oddiar y Diwygiad hyd ein dyddiau ni. Gan G. H. T. NYE, Ysgrifenydd Trysorfa Sefydliad Amddifynol yr Eglwys (Financial Secretary to the Church Defence Institution). The Palace, Llandaff, March 13th, 1890. MY DEAR SIR,—I am much obliged to you for a copy of your Popular Story of the Church in Wales." I have just read it, and think it a valuable and very seasonable addi- tion, to Church Defence Literature, and that it would help to strengthen our hands very much if the clergy (especially in Wales) would make an effort to get it widely circulated in their parishes.—Believe me, very faithfully yours, R. LLANDAFF. E F. Nye, Esq., 'I" Palace Chambers, Westminster. —- J — YS^DAAION AR Egwyddorion Eglwysig," Cyfieithedig gan cy PARCH. E. P. HOWELL, M.A., Prif-athraw Ysgol Ramadegol Bottwnog, ger Pwllheli. Chwaethus a dyadorol. Wedi eu Cym- reigio yn drwyadL Bydd pwy byaag a'u dar- lleno yn gwybod llawer mwy am yr Eglwys fel un corfE ysprydol nag ydoedd cyn byny.-Haul. Dyma lyfr rhagorol. Y mae y Parch. E. P. Howell wedi gwheyd gwasanaeth gw.erthfawx i'r Eglwys a'r genedl trwy gyfieithu mewn dull mor ardderchog lyfryn cynwysfawr Mr. West. Dylasai pgb Eglwyswrl Cymreig brynu, darllen, a chwilio y gyfrol fechan hon.-Llan. 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