William Ellis Jones (1795 – 1848) Catalog of selected, surviving books

William Ellis Jones / “Cawrdaf” (1795 – 1848)

Catalog of selected, surviving books & publications at the National Library of Wales in which he receives author credit.

To view a biography of William Ellis Jones / “Cawrdaf” (1795 – 1848), follow this link.

After 1822
1] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848
Title: Gormod o heyrn yn y tân Nos Sadwrn y gweithiwr / Cawrdaf (Too many irons in the Saturday night workers fire, by Cawrdaf)
Description:
Imprint: Argraffwyd gan D. Jones (Not dated. After 1822. Probably during the period William Ellis Jones was with Josiah Tomas Jones, 1840 – 1848)
Imprint:  J.D. Lewis, Argraffydd Gomerian Press, Llandyssul, 1896
Annotation: Llinell gyntaf / First line: Un dydd yn ddiweddar amaethwr o’r fro… (One day recently, a farmer from the area…)
Photograph shows 1896 edition.

2] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848
Title: Ymadawiad â chariad : ton Bryniau Iwerddon (Departure with love: Wave goodbye to the  Irish Hills)
Description:
Imprint:Argraffwyd gan H. Humphreys, (Not dated. After 1822. Probably during the period William Ellis Jones was with Josiah Tomas Jones, 1840 – 1848)
Annotation: Tune Balled 1 : Bryniau Iwerddon (Irish Hills)
Ymadawiad â chariad : Llinell gyntaf / First line: Ymadael o siomedig ddrylliedig eiddig air (Quit this disappointed, broken world)
Tôn / Tune Baled 2 : The Wounded Hussar.
Hiraeth y bardd am ei gariad (The poets longing for his beloved.): Llinell gyntaf / First line: Pa orchwyl yw hyn? rwy’n dychryn cyn dechrau! (What mission is this? I shudder before starting!)

3] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848
Title: Darluniad o nos Sadwrn y gweithiwr (Picture of the Saturday Night Worker)
Description: 4 p.
Publisher: Not indicated, (Not dated. After 1822. Probably during the period William Ellis Jones was with Josiah Tomas Jones, 1840 – 1848)
Annotation: Llinell gyntaf / First line: Pa beth a welaf? Gweithiwr draw… (What do I see? A worker along…)

Darluniad o nos Sadwrn y gweithiwr / CawrdafCawrdaf3

1830
1] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848
Title: Y bardd, neu, y meudwy Cymreig (The Bard, or the Welsh Hermit)
Description: 208 pages., 1 leaf of plates : illustrated
Publisher: H. Humphreys, 1830

1838
1] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848
Title: Y gan fuddugol, ar arwyddeir yr odyddion, sef cyfeillgarwch, cariad a gwirionedd (Subject has to do with The Oddfellows, and friendship and devotion to them.)
Description: 8p.
Imprint: Argraffwyd gan Josiah Thomas Jones, 1838

Cawrdaf1 Gormod o heyrn yn y tân Nos Sadwrn y gweithiwr / Cawrdaf

2] Authors: Jones, William Ellis, Cawrdaf, 1795-1848, editor., Jones, Josiah Thomas, 1799-1873, editor.
Title: Y gwron Cymreig (The Welsh Hero)
Description: v. : ill. 60 cm. Periodical, newspaper, monthly
Imprint: Josiah Thomas Jones, 1838
Annotation: A monthly Welsh language politically radical newspaper circulating in South Wales. The newspaper’s main contents was Welsh, British and foreign news. Amongst the newspaper’s editors were the poet William Ellis Jones (Cawrdaf, 1795-1848) and its proprietor Josiah Thomas Jones (1799-1873). Associated titles: Y Gwron Cymreig (1852).

1839
1] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848, Jones, Josiah Thomas, 1799-1873
Title: Cân o goffadwriaeth am y Parch. John Williams, Cenadwr Cymdeithas Genadol Llundain, i Fôr y Deau, yr hwn a laddwyd yn Ynys Erromanga, Tachwedd 20fed, 1839 (Song of remembrance for the Rev. John Williams, Cenhadwr Genadol Society of London, the Sea Beau, who was killed in Erromanga Island, November 20, 1839)
Description: 8 pages
Imprint: Argraffwyd gan Josiah Thomas Jones, 1839

1861
1] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848., Glasynys, 1828-1870.
Title: Nos Sadwrn y Gweithiwr (The Saturday Night Worker)
Description:
Imprint: J. R. James, “Herald” Office, 1861
Annotation: Published postumaouly – or – reprint (probably the latter.)

1873
1] Authors: Jones, W. E. (William Ellis), 1795-1848
Title: Cerdd y nos sadwrn (Night Music)
Description: 4p.
Publisher: Jones, R., printer – Argraffwyd gan Jones a’i Mab (Rebecca Jones & son.), 1873
Annotation: Jones a’i mab = Rebecca Jones & son.
Llinell gyntaf / First line: Pa beth a welaf? Gweithiwr draw. (What do I see? A worker running…)
Published postumaouly – or – reprint (probably the latter.)

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