The Welsh Revival Welsh Revival The Welsh Revival 1904
Welsh Revival 1904

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& Other Special Correspondents of the "Western Mail"

Published by Western Mail, Limited, Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Merthyr, Brecon & etc

About this Pamhlet

The "Western Mail," a popular newspaper during the Welsh Revival, assigned various reporters to chronicle it's progress each day. The principle reporter was Mr. T. Davies, commonly known by his pen-name ‘Awstin.’ The reporters were eye witnesses and were generally very sympathetic to the movement. Their articles were collected into six 32-page pamphlets of which this is the first. These pamphlets make very fascinating reading as they follow the ministry and travels of Evan Roberts. They are essential reading for all those studying the grass-roots activities of those glorious days.

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This pamphlet is NOT in the public domain. To reproduce any of its contents, in whole or in part, permission must be secured from the Western Mail, Cardiff, Wales. It is used here with their kind permission.

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