J. L. Brigstocke (1828 – 1830) – Bibliography

J. L. Brigstocke (1828 – 1830), printer of Carmarthen

Catalogue at the National Library of Wales, during the tenure of William Ellis Jones, from 1828 to 1830

1829
1] Author: Peter Williams (1723-1796)
Title: Y Bibl sanctaidd sef yr hen destament, a’r newydd, gyda nodau a sylwadau ar bob pennod gan y diweddar Barch. Peter Williams.  (The holy Bible’s old and new testament, with remarks on each chapter by the late Rev.. Peter Williams.)
Description: 1078 pages
Imprint: Argraffwyd, ac ar werth gan J. L. Brigstocke. 1829

2] Author:
Title: Nifer gau-grefyddwyr, creulondeb paganiaeth mewn llosgi gwragedd yn India (The Cruelty of Pagan Religions; Wife-burning in India)
Description: 12 pages
Imprint: J.L. Brigstocke, printer, 1829

3] Author: James, Thomas, ca. 1795-1844., Peter, David, 1765-1837.
Title: Trueni y byd paganaidd, a helaethrwydd gras Duw (Pity the pagan world. The abundance of God’s grace)
Description: 22 pages
Imprint: Argraffwyd gan J.L. Brigstocke, 1829

1830
1] Author: Maurice Evans, 1765-1831
Title: Marwnad Mrs. Lloyd (Elegy to Mrs. Lloyd)
Description: 4 pages
Imprint: J. L. Brigstocke, Argraffydd, 1830

2] Author: Dafydd Lewis
Title: Marwnad, neu alarus goffadwriaeth am farwolaeth y Parchedig David Lewis Jones, addysgwr yr Athrofa, yn Nghaerfyrddin, a gweinidog Efengyl Crist yn nghapel Sion, yn mhlwyf Llanddarog yr hwn a ymadawodd a’r bywyd hwn, Medi yr 8fed, 1830 yn 42 mlwydd  (An elegy, mourning or remembrance of the death of the Reverend David Lewis Jones)
Description: 8 pages
Imprint: J. L. Brigstocke, Argraffydd, 1830

3] Author: Davies, William, 1785-1851
Title: Pregeth ar farwolaeth Sior y pedwarydd, a dyfodiad William y pedwarydd i orsedd Brydain Fawr (Sermon on the death of George the Fourth, and the arrival of William the Fourth to the throne of Great Britain)
Description: 16 pages
Imprint: argraffwyd gan J.L. Brigstocke, 1830

4] Author: W. Lewis of Trelech.
Title: Drws gobaith i blant, yn cael ei agoryd yn nyffryn achor  (Door of hope will be opened to children, in the valley of Achor)
Description: 16 pages
Imprint: Arg. gan J.L. Brigstocke, 1830

5] Author: William Ellis Jones (1795 – 1848)
Title: Y bardd, neu, Y meudwy Cymreig (The Bard, or, The Welsh Hermit)
Description: 264 pages
Imprint: Argraffwyd gan J.L. Brigstocke, 1830

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