Bibliography of William Ellis Jones of Bryntirion

Old BooksWilliam Ellis Jones of Bryntirion, (c.1734 – 1830) printer of Delogellau, Gweddyn, Wales

William Ellis Jones of Bryntirion was the first Printer in the Jones family. These three surviving works associated with him are listed in the catalog at the National Library of Wales

Authors: Lewis, Titus, 1773-1811.
Title: A Welsh-English Dictionary
Description: 311 pages
Printed and sold by J. Evans, Market-Street, sold also by Messrs. Gale, Curtis, and Fenner, Paternoster-Row, London, Rev. J. Harries, and Mr. D. Jenkin, Swansea, Mr. Rice Rees, Landovery, Mr. North, Brecon, Mr. Thomas, bookseller, Haverfordwest, Mr. C. Lewis, bookseller, Cardigan, Mr. S. Williams, printer, Aberystwith, Mr. Jones, printer, and the Rev. J. Richards, Dolgelley, and by Mr. Saunderson, printer, Bala, 1815
Annotation: Yn cynnwys rhestr tanysgrifwyr (Includes list of subscribers.)
Yn yr argraffiad hwn mae llyfrnodau A-B mewn gosodiad gwahanol ac mae rhai gwahaniaethau yn y testun, e.e. dilynir “Adgywair” ar A3 gan “a putting in order again” ( In this issue sig. A-B are in a different setting, with some textual variations, e.g. “Adgywair” on sig. A3 is followed by “a putting in order again”.)

Authors: Jones, William, Pererin Pen Nebo (William Jones, Pilgrim Author of Nebo)
Title: Bywyd rhyfedd Joanna Southcott, prophwydes Exeter (The Weird life of Joanna Southcott, Prophetess of Exeter)
Description: 30p.
Publisher: Argraphwyd gan L. E. Jones, 1816

Authors: Jones of Bryntirion, William
Title: Rhyfeddodau y byd mawr, a hynodrwydd yr oesoedd ym mhell ac agos, hen a newydd, mewn rhagluniaeth a natur… (Wonders of the world, and the distinctiveness of the ages near and far, old and new, providence and nature…)
Description: 32 pages
Publisher: R. Jones, 1827
Annotation: Cover title: Rhan gyntaf o ryfeddodau y byd mawr a hynodrwydd yr oesoedd. (The first part of the wonders of the world and distinctiveness of the ages.)


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