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Honourable Society of Cymmrodoriont.
Professor JOHN RHYS, M.A.
Professor · T. W. Rhys-Davids, ELLIS GRIFFITH, M.A., LL.B.
LL.D. J. MILO GRIFFITH.
Professor FREDERICK T. ROBERTS, R. HENRY JENKINS.
RICHARD ROBERTS, B.A.
D). LLEUTER, THOMAS, B.A.
W. Cave THOMAS, F.S.S.
Professor JOHN WILLIAMS, M.D. HENRY OWIN, B.C.L.(Oxon.), T. HOWELL WILLIAMS IDRIS, F.C.S. F.S.A.
T. MARCHANT WILLIAMS, B.A., J.P. ISAMBARD OWEN, M.D., M.A. J. W. WILLIS.BUND, F.S.A.
E. VINCENT EVANS.
CORRESPONDING MEMBERS. For North Wales.—The Rev. Canon SILVAN EVANS, B.D., Llanwrin Rectory, Machynlleth ; The Ven. Archdeacon HOWELL, B.D., The Vicarage, Gresford; RICHARD WILLIAMS, F.R.Hist.s., Newtown; W. E. Davies, Beaumaris; John OWENS, Llandinam, Montgomeryshire; Alfred N. Pulmer, Wrexham. For South Wales.-W. DOWNING EVANS (Leon), Newport, Mon. ; JOHN E. LLOYD, M.A., Bangor; Prof. POWEL, M.A., Cardiff; The Ven. Archdeacon GRIFFITAS, B.D., Rector of Neath ; LLYWARCH REYNOLDS, B.A., Merthyr Tydfil; JOSEPH ALFRED BRADNEY, Tal y Coed, Monmouth. For Oxford.-Professor Rhys, M.A.; J. GW ENOGVRYN EVANS, .A. For Birmingham.-D. LLOYD-OWEN, F.R.C.S. For Edin. burgh.- ALFRED DANIELL, M.A., D.Sc. For Brittany.- Professor JOSEPH LOTH, Rennes. Fcr France. - Professor HENRI GAIDOZ, Paris, For Germany. Professor ERNST WINDISCH, Leipzig. For the United States.-J. C. ROBERTS, Ution, N.Y. For New York. -HENRY BLACKWELL,
V Cymmrodor. Vol. I.--Contents: An Elegiąc Poem in Memory of Goronwy Over, by Lewis Morris ; Welsh Particles, by Professor Peter; Natural History Museums, by F. W. Rudler, F.G.S.; The Harp, by Brinley Richards; William Salesbury and his Dictionary, by the Rev. Robert Jones, B.A.; The Prospects of Education in Wales, by the Rev. Mark Pattison; The Potter's Art, by the Right Hon. W E. Gladstone, M.P.; Letters from Lewis Morris (Llewelyn Ddu o Fón) to Edward Richard of Ystrad-Meurig; Reviews, Notices of Books, Reports, &c.
Vol. II.--Contents: The National Music of Wales, by John Thontas (Pencerdd Gwalia); Private Devotions of the Welsh, in days gone by, by the Rev. Elias Owen; Archeological Notes, by Professor Rhys; The Eisteddfod of the Future, by Mrs. A. W. Thomas; Dialogue between the Bard and the Cuckoo (from the Welsh of Owain Gruffydd), by the Right Hon. Lord Aberdare ; Dafyde ab Gwilym, by Professor E. B. Cowell, Eisteddfod Addresses, Reviews of Books, l&c.