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Y Brython =

1906-1939 A weekly bilingual newspaper, established in 1906 by Hugh Evans (1854-1934), as a paper for the Welsh of Liverpool, until the circulation expanded thr

Y Cymro

1890-1909 A weekly Welsh language liberal newspaper, that was established by Isaac Foulkes (Llyfrbryf, 1836-1904), who also owned and edited the paper. It circu

Y Drafod

A Welsh language newspaper published in Patagonia (Argentina). Established by Lewis Jones, who as also its editor until 1893 when he was succeeded by

Yr adsain

1902-1945 A weekly Welsh language newspaper, which circulated in Corwen, Bala and Llangollen. The newspaper's main content included local and general news, toge

Y clorianydd

1891-1921 A weekly Welsh language conservative newspaper, which circulated in Anglesey, Liverpool and Manchester. The newspaper's main content included local an

Y darian

1914-1934 Y Darian was a radical Welsh language newspaper that circulated in the South Wales valleys and Monmouthshire. It included poems by local people and is

Y dinesydd Cymreig

1912-1929 A weekly Welsh language newspaper that included news relating to Wales, articles on religious matters, Welsh literature, politics, local advertisement

Y drych

1860-1877 A weekly Welsh language newspaper that was circulated amongst the Welsh speakers of the United States. It was founded in 1851 in New York as 'Y Drych

Y dydd

1868-1870, 1872-1954 A weekly Welsh language newspaper, which was established by Samuel Roberts and circulated among the Independents of North Wales. The newspaper's main

Y genedl Gymreig

1877-1914 A weekly Welsh language newspaper and supporter of Radical principles. From 1892 onwards it supported the Liberal Party. The newspaper was established