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Edward Williams

(1747—1826) Welsh-language poet and literary forger


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(1747–1826),

poet and antiquary: b. Pen‐onn; educ., lives, and d. at Flemingston; visits Gwern‐y‐Clepa (Newport, South Wales); keeps bookshop at Cowbridge. Dagrau yr Awen 1772, Poems Lyric and Pastoral 1794, Salmau yr Eglwys yn yr Anialwch .

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