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Author: Perkins, William, 1558-1602.
Title: The foundation of Christian religion: gathered into six principles, by Mr. William Perkins. Translated into Welsh. Whereto also is added the Welsh alphabet, for the instruction of the unlearned in that language. By E.R. Sail crefydd gristnogawl wedi ei rhannu yn chewch o rannau new Wyddorion, o waith W.P. Wedi ei gyfiaethu. Ir iath gymráec at osod allan. Drwy ddymuniad E.R.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The foundation of Christian religion: gathered into six principles, by Mr. William Perkins. Translated into Welsh. Whereto also is added the Welsh alphabet, for the instruction of the unlearned in that language. By E.R. Sail crefydd gristnogawl wedi ei rhannu yn chewch o rannau new Wyddorion, o waith W.P. Wedi ei gyfiaethu. Ir iath gymráec at osod allan. Drwy ddymuniad E.R.
Perkins, William, 1558-1602., E. R.

London: Printed by Richard Constable, for George Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the sign of the Half-Moon in Waltings-street, 1649.
Subject terms:
Christianity -- Essence, genius, nature
Welsh language -- Pronunciation
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90506.0001.001

Contents
title page
part
part
part
To The Reader.
introduction to Welsh
The Letters, with their Sound and Pronunciation. Y llythyrennau Cymraéc.
The Sound of the Letters.
Sail crefydd Gristnogawl wedi ei rhannu yn chewch o Rannau neu wyddo∣rion.
1. Yr widdor gyntaf.
2. Yr ail wyddor.
3. Y dryddydd wyddor.
4. Y bedwered wyddor.
5. Y Bummed wyddor.
6. Y chweched wyddor.
Eglurhâd y gwyddorion
Yr wyddor gyntaf wediei heglurhau.
2. Yr ail wyddor wedi ei eglur∣hau.
3. Y drydydd wyddor wedi ei heglurhau.
4. Y bedwerydd wyddor wedi ei heglurhâu.
5. Y bummed wyddor wedi ei eglurhau.
6. Y Chweched wyddor wedi ei higlurhau.
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