John Ellis Jones (1807 – 1875) – Catalog / Bibliography

John Ellis Jones (1807 – 1875), Printer of Caernarvon

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Selected Catalog of surviving work contained at the National Library of Wales

John Ellis Jones (1807 – 1875), brother of William Ellis Jones (1795 – 1848.)  He took over Lewis Evan Jones’s (1786 – 1860) shop upon his retirement about 1840.

John Ellis Jones was considered a radical and therefore much of his work has not survived.

1846
Authors: Unaccredited
Title: Addysgydd yr ysgol Sabbothol (Sunday School Teacher)
Description: 16 p
Imprint:  Cyhoeddwyd ac ar werth gan John Jones, 1846

1849
Authors: Jones, John, of Llangollen and Rhyd-y-bont, 1801-1856.
Title: Testament yr athraw (The Testement Teacher)
Description: 393 pages, maps
Imprint:  Cyhoeddwyd, argraffwyd ac ar werth gan J. Jones, 1849

1850
Authors: Jones, John, Ioan Glan Cledr, 1812-1870
Title: Y blaguryn dirwestol (The Bloom of Temperence)
Description: 80 p.
Imprint: argraffwyd gan H. Humphreys, cyhoeddwyd ac ar werth gan John Jones, 1850

1851
Authors: Jones, John Ellis
Title: Gweithoedd Cawrdaf  (Biography of Cawrdaf)
Description: 2 v. in 1, 208 pages
Imprint: Argraffwyd gn H. Humphreys, cyhoeddedig gan Ellis Jones, 1851
Annotation: Two parts in one vol.

1856
Authors: Lewis, Titus, 1773-1811., Jones, John Emlyn, 1818-1873 (rev. & enl. by J. E. Jones. Caerfyrddin)
Title: Hanes Prydain Fawr (History of Great Britain)
Description: 15p
Imprint: Cyhoeddwyd ac ar werth gan Wm. M. Evans, 1856

1860
Authors: Jones, John, Ioan Glan Cledr, 1812-1870.
Title: Marwnad er coffadwriaeth am y Parch. John Jones, Runcorn, yr hwn a fu farw Gorphenaf 25ain yn y flwyddyn 1860, yn 73ain oed, a’r Parch. John Hughes, Liverpool, yr hwn a fu farw Awst 8ed yn yr un flwyddyn, yn 64ain oed (Elegy in memorial for the Rev. John Jones, Runcorn, who died on July 25th in 1860, at 73 years old, and an elegy in memorial of Rev. John Hughes, Liverpool, who died August 8t, 1860, at 64 years old)
Description: 8 p.
Imprint: Cyhoeddwyd gan John Jones,1860

1861
Authors: Jones, John, Ioan Glan Cledr, 1812-1870.
Title: Tuchan-gerdd i’r drwg-dalwr, gan Gelyn Twyll (Silent prayer to Evil Money, by Enemy Fraud)
Description: 8 p.
Imprint: Caernarfon, Cyhoeddwyd gan John Jones (I. Glan Cledr) 1861

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