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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ellis Pugh; John Hugh
|Notes:||The first book printed in the Welsh language in America.
Translated into English as: A salutation to the Britains, to call them from the many things, to the one thing needful, for the saving of their souls ... Philadelphia, 1727 (Evans 2950).
An account of the author, p. iii-v, signed: Bydd Wych.
The testimony of the Monthly Meeting at Gwynedd, in the county of Philadelphia, concerning Pugh, p. vi-x, signed: John Hugh [and fifteen others].
Two states noted. In the first, gathering a is incorrectly imposed; pages are in the order iii, viii, ix, vi, vii, iv, v, x. In the second, gathering a is imposed correctly.
Page  has three printer's ornaments, but is otherwise blank.
|Description:||1 online resource (, iii-x, 3-111,  pages)|
|Responsibility:||O waith Ellis Pugh. ; [Two lines in Welsh from Jeremiah].|