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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, February 1919.  The Campaign against Tuberculosis: The King Edward VII. Welsh National Memorial Association: Its Achievements and Objects., Thomas Jones (Editor)
1 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, February 1919. The Campaign against Tuberculosis: The King Edward VII. Welsh National Memorial Association: Its Achievements and Objects.
Welsh Outlook Press
1919 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Size: Quarto. 8 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224135 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, March 1919. Government of Wales. The text of The Bill to amend the provision of Government, by Mr. E.T. John, and others., Thomas Jones (Editor)
2 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, March 1919. Government of Wales. The text of The Bill to amend the provision of Government, by Mr. E.T. John, and others.
Welsh Outlook Press
1919 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Size: Quarto. 10 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224137 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, October 1918.  The League of Free Nations: Facing The Facts by Rev. Dr. John Clifford., Thomas Jones (Editor)
3 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, October 1918. The League of Free Nations: Facing The Facts by Rev. Dr. John Clifford.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Size: Quarto. 5 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224130 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, September 1918. Form The League of Peace Now by Sir Henry Jones., Thomas Jones (Editor)
4 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress, Supplement, September 1918. Form The League of Peace Now by Sir Henry Jones.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Size: Quarto. 7 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224128 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1917. Contains; The Oldest British Colony by Mr. A.E. Zimmern; The Health of a Nation; Dafydd Ap Gwilym by T. Gwynn Jones; The Ballad of The Welsh Buccaneers by Alfred Perceval Graves; labour Problems: Guild Socialism; The Spectators Advertisement Section by W. Dyfed Parry; Y Fendith by W.J. Gruffydd; The Germanic Obsession by Miss L. Winstanley; Wales and The Study of Church History by R.T. Jenkins; Classics and The British Citizen by Professor Gilbert Norwood; Industry and Education by Geraldine E. Hodgson., Thomas Jones (Editor)
5 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1917. Contains; The Oldest British Colony by Mr. A.E. Zimmern; The Health of a Nation; Dafydd Ap Gwilym by T. Gwynn Jones; The Ballad of The Welsh Buccaneers by Alfred Perceval Graves; labour Problems: Guild Socialism; The Spectators Advertisement Section by W. Dyfed Parry; Y Fendith by W.J. Gruffydd; The Germanic Obsession by Miss L. Winstanley; Wales and The Study of Church History by R.T. Jenkins; Classics and The British Citizen by Professor Gilbert Norwood; Industry and Education by Geraldine E. Hodgson.
Welsh Outlook Press
1917 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Oldest British Colony by Mr. A.E. Zimmern; The Health of a Nation; Dafydd Ap Gwilym by T. Gwynn Jones; The Ballad of The Welsh Buccaneers by Alfred Perceval Graves; labour Problems: Guild Socialism; The Spectators Advertisement Section by W. Dyfed Parry; Y Fendith by W.J. Gruffydd; The Germanic Obsession by Miss L. Winstanley; Wales and The Study of Church History by R.T. Jenkins; Classics and The British Citizen by Professor Gilbert Norwood; Industry and Education by Geraldine E. Hodgson. Size: Quarto. 38 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224110 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1918. Contains; The Political Future of Wales by David Thomas; Labour and Welsh Autonomy; Comments of Welsh Labour Men & others; Nationality and Home Rule by J. Arthur Price; Wales: Its Politics and Economics: Housing, Industrial and Rural by E.T. John; Trench-French by Fred Ambrose; The Church and Labour - A Symposium: The Criticisms Examined by Herbert Morgan; Some of The Royal Welsh by G.J.; Syndicalist Education by R.T. Jenkins., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1918. Contains; The Political Future of Wales by David Thomas; Labour and Welsh Autonomy; Comments of Welsh Labour Men & others; Nationality and Home Rule by J. Arthur Price; Wales: Its Politics and Economics: Housing, Industrial and Rural by E.T. John; Trench-French by Fred Ambrose; The Church and Labour - A Symposium: The Criticisms Examined by Herbert Morgan; Some of The Royal Welsh by G.J.; Syndicalist Education by R.T. Jenkins.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Political Future of Wales by David Thomas; Labour and Welsh Autonomy; Comments of Welsh Labour Men & others; Nationality and Home Rule by J. Arthur Price; Wales: Its Politics and Economics: Housing, Industrial and Rural by E.T. John; Trench-French by Fred Ambrose; The Church and Labour - A Symposium: The Criticisms Examined by Herbert Morgan; Some of The Royal Welsh by G.J.; Syndicalist Education by R.T. Jenkins. Size: Quarto. 32 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224122 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1923. Contains; The Passing of a Great Churchman by Emeritus Professor T. Witton Davies; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; The Place of Welsh in The Secondary School By Edmund D. Jones; A Menace to Learning by Mrs. Abel Jones; The Coming of Spring at The Netpool by F.L. Lowther; The Significance of 19th. Century Educationaal Progress by Professor Foster Watson; Wales at Work - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
7 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1923. Contains; The Passing of a Great Churchman by Emeritus Professor T. Witton Davies; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; The Place of Welsh in The Secondary School By Edmund D. Jones; A Menace to Learning by Mrs. Abel Jones; The Coming of Spring at The Netpool by F.L. Lowther; The Significance of 19th. Century Educationaal Progress by Professor Foster Watson; Wales at Work - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1923 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Passing of a Great Churchman by Emeritus Professor T. Witton Davies; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; The Place of Welsh in The Secondary School By Edmund D. Jones; A Menace to Learning by Mrs. Abel Jones; The Coming of Spring at The Netpool by F.L. Lowther; The Significance of 19th. Century Educationaal Progress by Professor Foster Watson; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224150 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1924. Contains; Sir Hugh Myddleton by Evan Jenkins; A Welsh Book on Astronomy by Ifor C. Jones; Welsh and French by Professor O.H. Fynes-Clinton; The Nature of Religious Truth by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; Wordsworth and Wales by Professor H. Wright; The Cup of Gold by Elfyn Williams David; The Danish Schools for Smallholders by Edgar Thomas; A French View of The League by A.O. Roberts; Wales at Work - A Diary of Things Said and Done., Thomas Jones (Editor)
8 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1924. Contains; Sir Hugh Myddleton by Evan Jenkins; A Welsh Book on Astronomy by Ifor C. Jones; Welsh and French by Professor O.H. Fynes-Clinton; The Nature of Religious Truth by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; Wordsworth and Wales by Professor H. Wright; The Cup of Gold by Elfyn Williams David; The Danish Schools for Smallholders by Edgar Thomas; A French View of The League by A.O. Roberts; Wales at Work - A Diary of Things Said and Done.
Welsh Outlook Press
1924 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Sir Hugh Myddleton by Evan Jenkins; A Welsh Book on Astronomy by Ifor C. Jones; Welsh and French by Professor O.H. Fynes-Clinton; The Nature of Religious Truth by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; Wordsworth and Wales by Professor H. Wright; The Cup of Gold by Elfyn Williams David; The Danish Schools for Smallholders by Edgar Thomas; A French View of The League by A.O. Roberts; Wales at Work - A Diary of Things Said and Done. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224162 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1925. Contains; The Nonconformist Conscience by H. Idris Bell; Census Revelations in Wales and Monmouth by J.E. Tomley; Thomas Love Peacock and Wales by Professor H. Wright; Cistercian Houses in Wales by herbert M. Vaughan; Render Unto Caesar by M. Watcyn-Williams; Old Carmarthen by R.M. Thomas; A Visit to Austria (Autumn, 1924) by Mrs. A.P. Graves; Definiteness in Religious Doctrine by Dr. E.E. Thomas., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1925. Contains; The Nonconformist Conscience by H. Idris Bell; Census Revelations in Wales and Monmouth by J.E. Tomley; Thomas Love Peacock and Wales by Professor H. Wright; Cistercian Houses in Wales by herbert M. Vaughan; Render Unto Caesar by M. Watcyn-Williams; Old Carmarthen by R.M. Thomas; A Visit to Austria (Autumn, 1924) by Mrs. A.P. Graves; Definiteness in Religious Doctrine by Dr. E.E. Thomas.
Welsh Outlook Press
1925 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Nonconformist Conscience by H. Idris Bell; Census Revelations in Wales and Monmouth by J.E. Tomley; Thomas Love Peacock and Wales by Professor H. Wright; Cistercian Houses in Wales by herbert M. Vaughan; Render Unto Caesar by M. Watcyn-Williams; Old Carmarthen by R.M. Thomas; A Visit to Austria (Autumn, 1924) by Mrs. A.P. Graves; Definiteness in Religious Doctrine by Dr. E.E. Thomas. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224174 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1926. Contains; David Williams, 1738-1816 by W. Philip Williams; The Statistical Study of Heredity and its Bearing on Social Reform by D. Caradog Jones; The Inspiration of The Scriptures by Dr. Cynddylan Jones; Jottings on English Writers and Wales - Henry Cary by Prof. H. Wright; Far from The Madding Crowd: An Unknown Country in Wales by R.E. Davies; Welsh Scenery in Shelley's Poetry by Rev. Z. Mather; The Future of Broadcasting in Wales by J.W. Powell; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1926. Contains; David Williams, 1738-1816 by W. Philip Williams; The Statistical Study of Heredity and its Bearing on Social Reform by D. Caradog Jones; The Inspiration of The Scriptures by Dr. Cynddylan Jones; Jottings on English Writers and Wales - Henry Cary by Prof. H. Wright; Far from The Madding Crowd: An Unknown Country in Wales by R.E. Davies; Welsh Scenery in Shelley's Poetry by Rev. Z. Mather; The Future of Broadcasting in Wales by J.W. Powell; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1926 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; David Williams, 1738-1816 by W. Philip Williams; The Statistical Study of Heredity and its Bearing on Social Reform by D. Caradog Jones; The Inspiration of The Scriptures by Dr. Cynddylan Jones; Jottings on English Writers and Wales - Henry Cary by Prof. H. Wright; Far from The Madding Crowd: An Unknown Country in Wales by R.E. Davies; Welsh Scenery in Shelley's Poetry by Rev. Z. Mather; The Future of Broadcasting in Wales by J.W. Powell; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224186 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1927. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; The Black Lord Herbert and his book of Autobiography by J. Kyrle Fletcher; The Welsh Bible: Its Influence on The National Character by D. Delta Evans; Scottish and Welsh Nationalism: Its Revival, Significance, and Historical Associations by T.R. Evans; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog; Electoral Reform by D. Rees Williams; Dai Dolcarreg by Gwyneth M. Mills; The Way of The World: An International Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1927. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; The Black Lord Herbert and his book of Autobiography by J. Kyrle Fletcher; The Welsh Bible: Its Influence on The National Character by D. Delta Evans; Scottish and Welsh Nationalism: Its Revival, Significance, and Historical Associations by T.R. Evans; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog; Electoral Reform by D. Rees Williams; Dai Dolcarreg by Gwyneth M. Mills; The Way of The World: An International Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1927 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; The Black Lord Herbert and his book of Autobiography by J. Kyrle Fletcher; The Welsh Bible: Its Influence on The National Character by D. Delta Evans; Scottish and Welsh Nationalism: Its Revival, Significance, and Historical Associations by T.R. Evans; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog; Electoral Reform by D. Rees Williams; Dai Dolcarreg by Gwyneth M. Mills; The Way of The World: An International Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224198 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1928. Contains; Prejudiced History: A Criticism of The Welsh Language Report by W. Garmon Jones; Tennyson and Wales by H.G. Wright; Vanished Lands by R. Alun Roberts; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Structure of Reality by D. Miall Edwards; Little Tales by T. Hughes Jones; The National Resources of Wales - III Limestone by F.J. North; Relativity and a Railway Ticket by Edward greenly; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales: Lost in The Forest by Eleanor Boniface; Real Revolution by George M. Ll. Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary; The Exile's Corner by Hugh Jones., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1928. Contains; Prejudiced History: A Criticism of The Welsh Language Report by W. Garmon Jones; Tennyson and Wales by H.G. Wright; Vanished Lands by R. Alun Roberts; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Structure of Reality by D. Miall Edwards; Little Tales by T. Hughes Jones; The National Resources of Wales - III Limestone by F.J. North; Relativity and a Railway Ticket by Edward greenly; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales: Lost in The Forest by Eleanor Boniface; Real Revolution by George M. Ll. Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary; The Exile's Corner by Hugh Jones.
Welsh Outlook Press
1928 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Prejudiced History: A Criticism of The Welsh Language Report by W. Garmon Jones; Tennyson and Wales by H.G. Wright; Vanished Lands by R. Alun Roberts; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Structure of Reality by D. Miall Edwards; Little Tales by T. Hughes Jones; The National Resources of Wales - III Limestone by F.J. North; Relativity and a Railway Ticket by Edward greenly; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales: Lost in The Forest by Eleanor Boniface; Real Revolution by George M. Ll. Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary; The Exile's Corner by Hugh Jones. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224210 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1929. Contains; Rhodd Cymru: The Presentation Address by Mr. David Davies; The People and Politics by J.B. Jones; Pope Pius XI and Signor Mussolini by J.E. Meredith; Studies of Rural Wales by R. Alun Roberts; A Welsh Bishop and an English College by Rev. David Crowley; Welsh Musings by T.P. Ellis; Sanctuary by George M. Ll. Davies; At The Sign of The Blue Lion by F.L. Lowther; Shelley's Haunts in Wales by Z. Mather; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
13 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1929. Contains; Rhodd Cymru: The Presentation Address by Mr. David Davies; The People and Politics by J.B. Jones; Pope Pius XI and Signor Mussolini by J.E. Meredith; Studies of Rural Wales by R. Alun Roberts; A Welsh Bishop and an English College by Rev. David Crowley; Welsh Musings by T.P. Ellis; Sanctuary by George M. Ll. Davies; At The Sign of The Blue Lion by F.L. Lowther; Shelley's Haunts in Wales by Z. Mather; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1929 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Rhodd Cymru: The Presentation Address by Mr. David Davies; The People and Politics by J.B. Jones; Pope Pius XI and Signor Mussolini by J.E. Meredith; Studies of Rural Wales by R. Alun Roberts; A Welsh Bishop and an English College by Rev. David Crowley; Welsh Musings by T.P. Ellis; Sanctuary by George M. Ll. Davies; At The Sign of The Blue Lion by F.L. Lowther; Shelley's Haunts in Wales by Z. Mather; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224221 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1930. Contains; The Welsh Roman Catholic Martyrs by J. Arthur Price; English Constitutional Conflicts of The 17th Century by Judge Ivor Bowen; Owen Tudor, his Life and Times by Grace Lloyd-Williams; Racial Prejudices of Welsh School Children by Sydney Herbert & George H. Green; Men, Machines and Maintenance by Brinley Thomas; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union., Thomas Jones (Editor)
14 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. April, 1930. Contains; The Welsh Roman Catholic Martyrs by J. Arthur Price; English Constitutional Conflicts of The 17th Century by Judge Ivor Bowen; Owen Tudor, his Life and Times by Grace Lloyd-Williams; Racial Prejudices of Welsh School Children by Sydney Herbert & George H. Green; Men, Machines and Maintenance by Brinley Thomas; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union.
Welsh Outlook Press
1930 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; The Welsh Roman Catholic Martyrs by J. Arthur Price; English Constitutional Conflicts of The 17th Century by Judge Ivor Bowen; Owen Tudor, his Life and Times by Grace Lloyd-Williams; Racial Prejudices of Welsh School Children by Sydney Herbert & George H. Green; Men, Machines and Maintenance by Brinley Thomas; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union. Size: Quarto. 31 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224231 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1917. Contains; Educational Ideals by Harry R. Reichel; Among The Dunes; A Study in Constructive Politics by E.H.D.; South Wales Railway Systems: A Significant Appointment by D.E.; Julien Lemordant by H.T.E.; Welsh Inn Lore by W.T. Jordan; Labour Problems: The Industrial Situation after The War; The Social Outlook; Mysticism by D.E.; Julia's Tune by P.E.F. Thomas; Songs from Flanders by A.G. Prys-Jones., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1917. Contains; Educational Ideals by Harry R. Reichel; Among The Dunes; A Study in Constructive Politics by E.H.D.; South Wales Railway Systems: A Significant Appointment by D.E.; Julien Lemordant by H.T.E.; Welsh Inn Lore by W.T. Jordan; Labour Problems: The Industrial Situation after The War; The Social Outlook; Mysticism by D.E.; Julia's Tune by P.E.F. Thomas; Songs from Flanders by A.G. Prys-Jones.
Welsh Outlook Press
1917 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Educational Ideals by Harry R. Reichel; Among The Dunes; A Study in Constructive Politics by E.H.D.; South Wales Railway Systems: A Significant Appointment by D.E.; Julien Lemordant by H.T.E.; Welsh Inn Lore by W.T. Jordan; Labour Problems: The Industrial Situation after The War; The Social Outlook; Mysticism by D.E.; Julia's Tune by P.E.F. Thomas; Songs from Flanders by A.G. Prys-Jones. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224114 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1918. Contains; Why not Form The League Now? by David Davies; Dangers of The Political Situation by a Welsh Nationalist; Wales: Its Politics and Economics: The Finance of Federalism by Edward T. John; A Bible-Lover's Lament by Frederick J. Mathias; The National Eisteddfod Cymanfa Ganu by L.J. Roberts; The Governments Housing Policy by D. Lleufer Thomas; Luc Sais by H.M.V., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1918. Contains; Why not Form The League Now? by David Davies; Dangers of The Political Situation by a Welsh Nationalist; Wales: Its Politics and Economics: The Finance of Federalism by Edward T. John; A Bible-Lover's Lament by Frederick J. Mathias; The National Eisteddfod Cymanfa Ganu by L.J. Roberts; The Governments Housing Policy by D. Lleufer Thomas; Luc Sais by H.M.V.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Why not Form The League Now? by David Davies; Dangers of The Political Situation by a Welsh Nationalist; Wales: Its Politics and Economics: The Finance of Federalism by Edward T. John; A Bible-Lover's Lament by Frederick J. Mathias; The National Eisteddfod Cymanfa Ganu by L.J. Roberts; The Governments Housing Policy by D. Lleufer Thomas; Luc Sais by H.M.V. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224126 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1919. Contains; An Irish View of Welsh Nationalism by Stephen Gwynn; Local Government Areas: The Need of Reform by Mr. W. Harris; Eisteddfod Symposium: The Need of Reform by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; The Cymanfa Ganu Programme by L. J. Roberts; Daniel Owen by Rev. Llew. G. Williams; Life and Letters: A Modern Prophet bt T. Durston; A Son of Wales by M. Wateyn Williams., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1919. Contains; An Irish View of Welsh Nationalism by Stephen Gwynn; Local Government Areas: The Need of Reform by Mr. W. Harris; Eisteddfod Symposium: The Need of Reform by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; The Cymanfa Ganu Programme by L. J. Roberts; Daniel Owen by Rev. Llew. G. Williams; Life and Letters: A Modern Prophet bt T. Durston; A Son of Wales by M. Wateyn Williams.
Welsh Outlook Press
1919 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; An Irish View of Welsh Nationalism by Stephen Gwynn; Local Government Areas: The Need of Reform by Mr. W. Harris; Eisteddfod Symposium: The Need of Reform by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; The Cymanfa Ganu Programme by L. J. Roberts; Daniel Owen by Rev. Llew. G. Williams; Life and Letters: A Modern Prophet bt T. Durston; A Son of Wales by M. Wateyn Williams. Size: Quarto. 32 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224142 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1923. Contains; The Ideals of a Gorsedd Reformer by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; The Book of Archdeacon Edmund Prys by The Archdeacon of Bangor; Liberty as a Political Ideal by Sir Harry R. Reichel; A Dead God by Anlach Williams; Is Welsh Home Rule Doomed? by E. Lloyd Owen; Two Kinsmen by T. Huws Davies; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; Wales at Work - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1923. Contains; The Ideals of a Gorsedd Reformer by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; The Book of Archdeacon Edmund Prys by The Archdeacon of Bangor; Liberty as a Political Ideal by Sir Harry R. Reichel; A Dead God by Anlach Williams; Is Welsh Home Rule Doomed? by E. Lloyd Owen; Two Kinsmen by T. Huws Davies; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; Wales at Work - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1923 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Ideals of a Gorsedd Reformer by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; The Book of Archdeacon Edmund Prys by The Archdeacon of Bangor; Liberty as a Political Ideal by Sir Harry R. Reichel; A Dead God by Anlach Williams; Is Welsh Home Rule Doomed? by E. Lloyd Owen; Two Kinsmen by T. Huws Davies; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224154 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1924. Contains; Robert Recorde by Evelyn Lewes; Wales and The Classics; Industrial Training by William King; The Bible in The Classroom by Arthur G. Lucas; Trefeli by E. Roland Williams; Thicker Than Water by Morgan Watcyn-Williams; The Call of The River by Ellen A.C. Lloyd-Williams; Wales at Work - A Diary of Things Said and Done., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1924. Contains; Robert Recorde by Evelyn Lewes; Wales and The Classics; Industrial Training by William King; The Bible in The Classroom by Arthur G. Lucas; Trefeli by E. Roland Williams; Thicker Than Water by Morgan Watcyn-Williams; The Call of The River by Ellen A.C. Lloyd-Williams; Wales at Work - A Diary of Things Said and Done.
Welsh Outlook Press
1924 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Robert Recorde by Evelyn Lewes; Wales and The Classics; Industrial Training by William King; The Bible in The Classroom by Arthur G. Lucas; Trefeli by E. Roland Williams; Thicker Than Water by Morgan Watcyn-Williams; The Call of The River by Ellen A.C. Lloyd-Williams; Wales at Work - A Diary of Things Said and Done. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224166 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Late Mr. John Owens, J.P. by R.R. Williams; Wales for The Welsh: What Then? by E. Ebrard Rees; Federation of League of Nations Societies at Aberystwyth by Professor Webster; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionyn by R. Lloyd Hughes; Beau Nash: King of Bath by Idris Williams; A Conversation: Between Mr. Love-The-Lord and Mr. Moralman, of Chalfont St. Giles by Elined Kotschnig-Prys; The Papacy and The Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Could Wales Control Her Own Coalfields: A Nationalist Viewpoint by W. Tudor Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Late Mr. John Owens, J.P. by R.R. Williams; Wales for The Welsh: What Then? by E. Ebrard Rees; Federation of League of Nations Societies at Aberystwyth by Professor Webster; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionyn by R. Lloyd Hughes; Beau Nash: King of Bath by Idris Williams; A Conversation: Between Mr. Love-The-Lord and Mr. Moralman, of Chalfont St. Giles by Elined Kotschnig-Prys; The Papacy and The Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Could Wales Control Her Own Coalfields: A Nationalist Viewpoint by W. Tudor Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1926 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Late Mr. John Owens, J.P. by R.R. Williams; Wales for The Welsh: What Then? by E. Ebrard Rees; Federation of League of Nations Societies at Aberystwyth by Professor Webster; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionyn by R. Lloyd Hughes; Beau Nash: King of Bath by Idris Williams; A Conversation: Between Mr. Love-The-Lord and Mr. Moralman, of Chalfont St. Giles by Elined Kotschnig-Prys; The Papacy and The Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Could Wales Control Her Own Coalfields: A Nationalist Viewpoint by W. Tudor Davies. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224190 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1927. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; A Holiday in Snowdonia Stern and Wild by Uwchaled; The Wynn Papers by Prof. J.F. Rees; The Centenary of notable Welshmen by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; David Williams, 1877-1927: An Appreciation by Rev. G.A. Edwards; Welsh Pageants and Pageants by Alfred Perceval Graves; Wales at Work: A Social Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1927. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; A Holiday in Snowdonia Stern and Wild by Uwchaled; The Wynn Papers by Prof. J.F. Rees; The Centenary of notable Welshmen by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; David Williams, 1877-1927: An Appreciation by Rev. G.A. Edwards; Welsh Pageants and Pageants by Alfred Perceval Graves; Wales at Work: A Social Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1927 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; A Holiday in Snowdonia Stern and Wild by Uwchaled; The Wynn Papers by Prof. J.F. Rees; The Centenary of notable Welshmen by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; David Williams, 1877-1927: An Appreciation by Rev. G.A. Edwards; Welsh Pageants and Pageants by Alfred Perceval Graves; Wales at Work: A Social Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224202 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1928. Contains; The National Eisteddfod by Elizabeth Louis Jones; The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Sir E. Vincent Evans; The Drama in Wales by R.G. Berry; Art in Wales by Sir W. Goscombe John; The Welsh Folk-Song Society by J. Lloyd Williams; Music in Wales by Sir H. Walford Davies; The Cambrian Archaeological Association by Rev. Chancellor Fisher; The University of Wales by D. Brynmor Anthony; The National Library of Wales by John Ballinger; The National Museum of Wales by Cyril Fox; The Influence of The Welsh in America by Sir Alfred T. Davies; More about Welsh Tract, Delaware by Prof. David Owen Evans; America in The Fifties by Evan Jones; Wales and The British Empire by W.A. Bebb; Patagonia: Wales Oppurtunity by J.L. Cecil Williams & J. Alun Pugh; Wales and The League by Rev. Gwilym Davies; Wales and The Teaching of World Citizenship by Prof. C.K. Webster; The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society by C. Bryner Jones; Breed Societies, and their Value to Wales by T.A. Howson; The Welsh Schoolboys Camp Movement by P.H. Burton; The Gregynog Press by Thomas Jones; Adult Education in Wales by Jenkin James; Coleg Harlech by B.B. Thomas; Welsh Links with The West by T. Huws Davies; The Welsh School of Social Service by William King; Welsh National School of Medicine by Prof. S.L. Cummins; The King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial By D.A. Powell., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1928. Contains; The National Eisteddfod by Elizabeth Louis Jones; The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Sir E. Vincent Evans; The Drama in Wales by R.G. Berry; Art in Wales by Sir W. Goscombe John; The Welsh Folk-Song Society by J. Lloyd Williams; Music in Wales by Sir H. Walford Davies; The Cambrian Archaeological Association by Rev. Chancellor Fisher; The University of Wales by D. Brynmor Anthony; The National Library of Wales by John Ballinger; The National Museum of Wales by Cyril Fox; The Influence of The Welsh in America by Sir Alfred T. Davies; More about Welsh Tract, Delaware by Prof. David Owen Evans; America in The Fifties by Evan Jones; Wales and The British Empire by W.A. Bebb; Patagonia: Wales Oppurtunity by J.L. Cecil Williams & J. Alun Pugh; Wales and The League by Rev. Gwilym Davies; Wales and The Teaching of World Citizenship by Prof. C.K. Webster; The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society by C. Bryner Jones; Breed Societies, and their Value to Wales by T.A. Howson; The Welsh Schoolboys Camp Movement by P.H. Burton; The Gregynog Press by Thomas Jones; Adult Education in Wales by Jenkin James; Coleg Harlech by B.B. Thomas; Welsh Links with The West by T. Huws Davies; The Welsh School of Social Service by William King; Welsh National School of Medicine by Prof. S.L. Cummins; The King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial By D.A. Powell.
Welsh Outlook Press
1928 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, worn. Staples are rusted. Contains; The National Eisteddfod by Elizabeth Louis Jones; The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion by Sir E. Vincent Evans; The Drama in Wales by R.G. Berry; Art in Wales by Sir W. Goscombe John; The Welsh Folk-Song Society by J. Lloyd Williams; Music in Wales by Sir H. Walford Davies; The Cambrian Archaeological Association by Rev. Chancellor Fisher; The University of Wales by D. Brynmor Anthony; The National Library of Wales by John Ballinger; The National Museum of Wales by Cyril Fox; The Influence of The Welsh in America by Sir Alfred T. Davies; More about Welsh Tract, Delaware by Prof. David Owen Evans; America in The Fifties by Evan Jones; Wales and The British Empire by W.A. Bebb; Patagonia: Wales Oppurtunity by J.L. Cecil Williams & J. Alun Pugh; Wales and The League by Rev. Gwilym Davies; Wales and The Teaching of World Citizenship by Prof. C.K. Webster; The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society by C. Bryner Jones; Breed Societies, and their Value to Wales by T.A. Howson; The Welsh Schoolboys Camp Movement by P.H. Burton; The Gregynog Press by Thomas Jones; Adult Education in Wales by Jenkin James; Coleg Harlech by B.B. Thomas; Welsh Links with The West by T. Huws Davies; The Welsh School of Social Service by William King; Welsh National School of Medicine by Prof. S.L. Cummins; The King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial By D.A. Powell. Size: Quarto. 69 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224213 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1929. Contains; Wales and The British Broadcasting Corporation by Prof. E. Ernest Hughes; Studies of Rural Wales by R, Alun Roberts; The Case for Parliamentary Non-Cooperation by E. Lloyd Owen; Dr. Paul Dengler's Community Class System; The Mental Deficiency Report and After by James Oliver; Cricket in Wales by Rev. W. Edwyn Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Deserted Village - New Style by Frederic Evans; The Story of The Friars by Herbert M. Vaughan; How The Daisy got its Name by Katrin Bodfan., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1929. Contains; Wales and The British Broadcasting Corporation by Prof. E. Ernest Hughes; Studies of Rural Wales by R, Alun Roberts; The Case for Parliamentary Non-Cooperation by E. Lloyd Owen; Dr. Paul Dengler's Community Class System; The Mental Deficiency Report and After by James Oliver; Cricket in Wales by Rev. W. Edwyn Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Deserted Village - New Style by Frederic Evans; The Story of The Friars by Herbert M. Vaughan; How The Daisy got its Name by Katrin Bodfan.
Welsh Outlook Press
1929 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Wales and The British Broadcasting Corporation by Prof. E. Ernest Hughes; Studies of Rural Wales by R, Alun Roberts; The Case for Parliamentary Non-Cooperation by E. Lloyd Owen; Dr. Paul Dengler's Community Class System; The Mental Deficiency Report and After by James Oliver; Cricket in Wales by Rev. W. Edwyn Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Deserted Village - New Style by Frederic Evans; The Story of The Friars by Herbert M. Vaughan; How The Daisy got its Name by Katrin Bodfan. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224225 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1930. Contains; The Schools and Religious Education by Philip J. Jones; Unemployment and The Level of Prices by J. Morgan Rees; The Welsh in The United States: Their Contribution by David Williams; A Parliament or a Paper - Which? by Gwerinwr o Ben Llyn; The Chip Cart by D. Rees Williams; Froude and Wales by Herbert G. Wright; Madam Bevan: A Letter to The Countess of Huntingdon by Rev. E.W. Price Evans; Secondary Education for all: The Meaning of Re-Organisation by Frederic Evans; Amateurs and The Film by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher; Welsh Nationalism and The Drama by Evan Davies; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union. Dendera by E.K. Prosser; The Sands of Egypt by Lilian E. Jones; Ruin or Reform - Which? by Tom Nefyn Williams; Fresh Light on The Johnson Circle by P.G. Thomas; The Folk-Lore of North Cardigan by A. Watkin-Jones; The Last Sortie of The House of Kaw by A. Li. Owen; Trelawney at Usk by Constance A. Kyrle Fletcher; The New London Welsh by J. Mervyn Williams; Arthur Hugh Clough and Wales by Herbert G. Wright; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. August, 1930. Contains; The Schools and Religious Education by Philip J. Jones; Unemployment and The Level of Prices by J. Morgan Rees; The Welsh in The United States: Their Contribution by David Williams; A Parliament or a Paper - Which? by Gwerinwr o Ben Llyn; The Chip Cart by D. Rees Williams; Froude and Wales by Herbert G. Wright; Madam Bevan: A Letter to The Countess of Huntingdon by Rev. E.W. Price Evans; Secondary Education for all: The Meaning of Re-Organisation by Frederic Evans; Amateurs and The Film by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher; Welsh Nationalism and The Drama by Evan Davies; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union. Dendera by E.K. Prosser; The Sands of Egypt by Lilian E. Jones; Ruin or Reform - Which? by Tom Nefyn Williams; Fresh Light on The Johnson Circle by P.G. Thomas; The Folk-Lore of North Cardigan by A. Watkin-Jones; The Last Sortie of The House of Kaw by A. Li. Owen; Trelawney at Usk by Constance A. Kyrle Fletcher; The New London Welsh by J. Mervyn Williams; Arthur Hugh Clough and Wales by Herbert G. Wright; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union.
Welsh Outlook Press
1930 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; The Schools and Religious Education by Philip J. Jones; Unemployment and The Level of Prices by J. Morgan Rees; The Welsh in The United States: Their Contribution by David Williams; A Parliament or a Paper - Which? by Gwerinwr o Ben Llyn; The Chip Cart by D. Rees Williams; Froude and Wales by Herbert G. Wright; Madam Bevan: A Letter to The Countess of Huntingdon by Rev. E.W. Price Evans; Secondary Education for all: The Meaning of Re-Organisation by Frederic Evans; Amateurs and The Film by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher; Welsh Nationalism and The Drama by Evan Davies; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union. Dendera by E.K. Prosser; The Sands of Egypt by Lilian E. Jones; Ruin or Reform - Which? by Tom Nefyn Williams; Fresh Light on The Johnson Circle by P.G. Thomas; The Folk-Lore of North Cardigan by A. Watkin-Jones; The Last Sortie of The House of Kaw by A. Li. Owen; Trelawney at Usk by Constance A. Kyrle Fletcher; The New London Welsh by J. Mervyn Williams; Arthur Hugh Clough and Wales by Herbert G. Wright; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union. Size: Quarto. 31 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224235 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1917. Contains; Labour and The Church - A Symposium by D. Emrys Evans; Sinn Fein: The Recent Growth of The Movement; The New Co-Operative Outlook by T.W. Allen; Sir John Prichard-Jones by Vincent Evans; Industrial Unrest report: Criticism by a Cardiff Employer by T.E. Watson; The Prime Minister's Temperance Proposals by Lewis Williams; The Church and The Drink Traffic by J.T. Rhys; Banker, Financier, and Profiteer by Victor Branford; The Welsh President by R.G.B.; Welsh Disendowment: The Effect of The War by J. St. Davids; Labour Problems: Conclusion; The Army and Religion by John David Jones; Shakespearean Drama: Revival in Wales by H.M.V., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1917. Contains; Labour and The Church - A Symposium by D. Emrys Evans; Sinn Fein: The Recent Growth of The Movement; The New Co-Operative Outlook by T.W. Allen; Sir John Prichard-Jones by Vincent Evans; Industrial Unrest report: Criticism by a Cardiff Employer by T.E. Watson; The Prime Minister's Temperance Proposals by Lewis Williams; The Church and The Drink Traffic by J.T. Rhys; Banker, Financier, and Profiteer by Victor Branford; The Welsh President by R.G.B.; Welsh Disendowment: The Effect of The War by J. St. Davids; Labour Problems: Conclusion; The Army and Religion by John David Jones; Shakespearean Drama: Revival in Wales by H.M.V.
Welsh Outlook Press
1917 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Labour and The Church - A Symposium by D. Emrys Evans; Sinn Fein: The Recent Growth of The Movement; The New Co-Operative Outlook by T.W. Allen; Sir John Prichard-Jones by Vincent Evans; Industrial Unrest report: Criticism by a Cardiff Employer by T.E. Watson; The Prime Minister's Temperance Proposals by Lewis Williams; The Church and The Drink Traffic by J.T. Rhys; Banker, Financier, and Profiteer by Victor Branford; The Welsh President by R.G.B.; Welsh Disendowment: The Effect of The War by J. St. Davids; Labour Problems: Conclusion; The Army and Religion by John David Jones; Shakespearean Drama: Revival in Wales by H.M.V. Size: Quarto. 40 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224118 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1918. Contains; Welsh Politics - A Survey by a Welsh Nationalist; Democracy or Dictator? by Frederick J. Mathais; The Development of Rural Industries by O.T. Jones; Martha Lewis by H.M.V., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1918. Contains; Welsh Politics - A Survey by a Welsh Nationalist; Democracy or Dictator? by Frederick J. Mathais; The Development of Rural Industries by O.T. Jones; Martha Lewis by H.M.V.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Welsh Politics - A Survey by a Welsh Nationalist; Democracy or Dictator? by Frederick J. Mathais; The Development of Rural Industries by O.T. Jones; Martha Lewis by H.M.V. Size: Quarto. 22 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224132 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1919. Contains; The Outlook: The Spirit of Reaction by T. Gwynn Jones; Welsh Nationality and The Tudors by E. Ernest Hughes; The Future of Liberalism in Wales by J.M. Howell; The Present State of Welsh Drama by J.S. Lewis; A Vagrant by The Dee by J.O. Francis; Eisteddfod Reform by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; Physical Culture in Wales by E. Colston Williams; The Gospel of Bigotry by J.Tywi Jones., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1919. Contains; The Outlook: The Spirit of Reaction by T. Gwynn Jones; Welsh Nationality and The Tudors by E. Ernest Hughes; The Future of Liberalism in Wales by J.M. Howell; The Present State of Welsh Drama by J.S. Lewis; A Vagrant by The Dee by J.O. Francis; Eisteddfod Reform by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; Physical Culture in Wales by E. Colston Williams; The Gospel of Bigotry by J.Tywi Jones.
Welsh Outlook Press
1919 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Outlook: The Spirit of Reaction by T. Gwynn Jones; Welsh Nationality and The Tudors by E. Ernest Hughes; The Future of Liberalism in Wales by J.M. Howell; The Present State of Welsh Drama by J.S. Lewis; A Vagrant by The Dee by J.O. Francis; Eisteddfod Reform by Beriah Gwynfe Evans; Physical Culture in Wales by E. Colston Williams; The Gospel of Bigotry by J.Tywi Jones. Size: Quarto. 22 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224146 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1923. Contains; Robert Owen by Right Hon. G.N. Barnes; The Youth Movement in Europe by Henri Johannot; Rural Reconstruction by Montague Fordham; Village Drama by Miss Mary Kelly; The Welsh School of Social Service - August, 1923 by B. Bowen Thomas; The Adolescent in Rural Wales by William King; Bilingualism and Mental Tests - A Criticism by A. Donald Amos; Wales at Work - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1923. Contains; Robert Owen by Right Hon. G.N. Barnes; The Youth Movement in Europe by Henri Johannot; Rural Reconstruction by Montague Fordham; Village Drama by Miss Mary Kelly; The Welsh School of Social Service - August, 1923 by B. Bowen Thomas; The Adolescent in Rural Wales by William King; Bilingualism and Mental Tests - A Criticism by A. Donald Amos; Wales at Work - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1923 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Robert Owen by Right Hon. G.N. Barnes; The Youth Movement in Europe by Henri Johannot; Rural Reconstruction by Montague Fordham; Village Drama by Miss Mary Kelly; The Welsh School of Social Service - August, 1923 by B. Bowen Thomas; The Adolescent in Rural Wales by William King; Bilingualism and Mental Tests - A Criticism by A. Donald Amos; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224158 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1924. Contains; Ireland and World Politics by G.M.Ll. Davies; The Control of Education in Wales by J.C. Davies; The Pan-Celtic Congress by A.O. Roberts; Louie Goes Out to Tea by Vaughan Thomas; Welsh Fiction and Little Calvary by Idwal Jones; The Night Express to Kosice (Kaschau) by J. Emlyn Williams; The League of Nations in The Schools of The World by Gwilym Davies; A Welsh Educational Development by G.J. Griffith., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1924. Contains; Ireland and World Politics by G.M.Ll. Davies; The Control of Education in Wales by J.C. Davies; The Pan-Celtic Congress by A.O. Roberts; Louie Goes Out to Tea by Vaughan Thomas; Welsh Fiction and Little Calvary by Idwal Jones; The Night Express to Kosice (Kaschau) by J. Emlyn Williams; The League of Nations in The Schools of The World by Gwilym Davies; A Welsh Educational Development by G.J. Griffith.
Welsh Outlook Press
1924 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Ireland and World Politics by G.M.Ll. Davies; The Control of Education in Wales by J.C. Davies; The Pan-Celtic Congress by A.O. Roberts; Louie Goes Out to Tea by Vaughan Thomas; Welsh Fiction and Little Calvary by Idwal Jones; The Night Express to Kosice (Kaschau) by J. Emlyn Williams; The League of Nations in The Schools of The World by Gwilym Davies; A Welsh Educational Development by G.J. Griffith. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224170 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1925. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir H. Walford Davies; The Cultural Value of Welsh by Professor D. Miall Edwards; Geneva and Locarno by Professor Charles K. Webster; The Geiriadur Beiblaidd - Jesus Christ by Rev. J. Williams Hughes; Watkin White Lion: A Tale of a Summer Flood by Evelyn Lewes; When Thou Shalt be Old by Ellen A.C. Lloyd-Williams; Poetry by A.G. Prys-Jones; Ewenny Priory by D. Rees Williams; The Financial & Economic Outlook by W. Tudor Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1925. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir H. Walford Davies; The Cultural Value of Welsh by Professor D. Miall Edwards; Geneva and Locarno by Professor Charles K. Webster; The Geiriadur Beiblaidd - Jesus Christ by Rev. J. Williams Hughes; Watkin White Lion: A Tale of a Summer Flood by Evelyn Lewes; When Thou Shalt be Old by Ellen A.C. Lloyd-Williams; Poetry by A.G. Prys-Jones; Ewenny Priory by D. Rees Williams; The Financial & Economic Outlook by W. Tudor Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1925 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir H. Walford Davies; The Cultural Value of Welsh by Professor D. Miall Edwards; Geneva and Locarno by Professor Charles K. Webster; The Geiriadur Beiblaidd - Jesus Christ by Rev. J. Williams Hughes; Watkin White Lion: A Tale of a Summer Flood by Evelyn Lewes; When Thou Shalt be Old by Ellen A.C. Lloyd-Williams; Poetry by A.G. Prys-Jones; Ewenny Priory by D. Rees Williams; The Financial & Economic Outlook by W. Tudor Davies. Size: Quarto. 27 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224182 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Bishop of St. David's: Appreciations by Frank Morgan; Wales and The Church of Rome by Rev. A.W. Wade-Evans; Arthur Jones, D.D: A Pioneer of Education in Wales by Rev. Z. Mather; Some Reflections on Art in Wales by Hywel Davies; Iolo Morganwg by Rev. D. Delta Evans; Poetry from Ireland by Arthur G. Lucas; Ancient Wales: Her Charters and Guilds by Tudor A. Morgan; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionym by J.R. Lloyd Hughes; On Ugliness by W.S. Purchon., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Bishop of St. David's: Appreciations by Frank Morgan; Wales and The Church of Rome by Rev. A.W. Wade-Evans; Arthur Jones, D.D: A Pioneer of Education in Wales by Rev. Z. Mather; Some Reflections on Art in Wales by Hywel Davies; Iolo Morganwg by Rev. D. Delta Evans; Poetry from Ireland by Arthur G. Lucas; Ancient Wales: Her Charters and Guilds by Tudor A. Morgan; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionym by J.R. Lloyd Hughes; On Ugliness by W.S. Purchon.
Welsh Outlook Press
1926 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Bishop of St. David's: Appreciations by Frank Morgan; Wales and The Church of Rome by Rev. A.W. Wade-Evans; Arthur Jones, D.D: A Pioneer of Education in Wales by Rev. Z. Mather; Some Reflections on Art in Wales by Hywel Davies; Iolo Morganwg by Rev. D. Delta Evans; Poetry from Ireland by Arthur G. Lucas; Ancient Wales: Her Charters and Guilds by Tudor A. Morgan; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionym by J.R. Lloyd Hughes; On Ugliness by W.S. Purchon. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224194 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1927. Contains; Thomas Charles Williams, D.D. by Rev. John Roberts; Science and Adult Education by C.A. Edwards; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; The Natural Resources of Wales by F.J. North; The Exile's Corner: Hugh Jones - Prisoner and Pioneer; Books Children like best: An Enquiry by E.T. Owen & J. Lloyd Jones; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales: The Old Conjurer by Eleanor Boniface; Wales at Work - A Social Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1927. Contains; Thomas Charles Williams, D.D. by Rev. John Roberts; Science and Adult Education by C.A. Edwards; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; The Natural Resources of Wales by F.J. North; The Exile's Corner: Hugh Jones - Prisoner and Pioneer; Books Children like best: An Enquiry by E.T. Owen & J. Lloyd Jones; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales: The Old Conjurer by Eleanor Boniface; Wales at Work - A Social Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1927 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Thomas Charles Williams, D.D. by Rev. John Roberts; Science and Adult Education by C.A. Edwards; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; The Natural Resources of Wales by F.J. North; The Exile's Corner: Hugh Jones - Prisoner and Pioneer; Books Children like best: An Enquiry by E.T. Owen & J. Lloyd Jones; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales: The Old Conjurer by Eleanor Boniface; Wales at Work - A Social Diary by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224206 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1928. Contains; Medical Work among The Demon Worshippers by Dr. H. Gordon Roberts; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; Children in The Distressed Areas; A Welsh Industry by D. Griffiths; Madyn The Hill Fox by R. Alun Roberts; Books Children like best by E.T. Owen & J. Lloyd Jones; Welsh Rugby Prospects by Dr. E. Morgan; Sheep on The Hills by Morris Marples; Little Tales by T. Hughes Jones; Charles M. Doughty and Wales by Geraint V. Jones; A South Wales Miner in Western Canada., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1928. Contains; Medical Work among The Demon Worshippers by Dr. H. Gordon Roberts; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; Children in The Distressed Areas; A Welsh Industry by D. Griffiths; Madyn The Hill Fox by R. Alun Roberts; Books Children like best by E.T. Owen & J. Lloyd Jones; Welsh Rugby Prospects by Dr. E. Morgan; Sheep on The Hills by Morris Marples; Little Tales by T. Hughes Jones; Charles M. Doughty and Wales by Geraint V. Jones; A South Wales Miner in Western Canada.
Welsh Outlook Press
1928 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Medical Work among The Demon Worshippers by Dr. H. Gordon Roberts; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; Children in The Distressed Areas; A Welsh Industry by D. Griffiths; Madyn The Hill Fox by R. Alun Roberts; Books Children like best by E.T. Owen & J. Lloyd Jones; Welsh Rugby Prospects by Dr. E. Morgan; Sheep on The Hills by Morris Marples; Little Tales by T. Hughes Jones; Charles M. Doughty and Wales by Geraint V. Jones; A South Wales Miner in Western Canada. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224217 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1929. Contains; Cambrians in Oxford History by Judge Ivor Bowen; A High Wind in Jamaica by T. Huws Davies; Organisation of Religion in Wales by Brinley Thomas; Studies of Rural Wales by R. Alun Roberts; Aaron Jenkins: The Man who Saved The Welsh Colony, Patagonia by E.F. Hunt; Welsh Secondary Schools and The League of Nations; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. December, 1929. Contains; Cambrians in Oxford History by Judge Ivor Bowen; A High Wind in Jamaica by T. Huws Davies; Organisation of Religion in Wales by Brinley Thomas; Studies of Rural Wales by R. Alun Roberts; Aaron Jenkins: The Man who Saved The Welsh Colony, Patagonia by E.F. Hunt; Welsh Secondary Schools and The League of Nations; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1929 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Cambrians in Oxford History by Judge Ivor Bowen; A High Wind in Jamaica by T. Huws Davies; Organisation of Religion in Wales by Brinley Thomas; Studies of Rural Wales by R. Alun Roberts; Aaron Jenkins: The Man who Saved The Welsh Colony, Patagonia by E.F. Hunt; Welsh Secondary Schools and The League of Nations; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224228 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1918. Contains; Distinguished Welshmen: Honoured by King and Country; The Church and Labour - A Symposium by Herbert Morgan; The Political Future of Wales by a Welsh Nationalist; Views of Representative Welshmen; Drifting - The Next Step by David Davies; Wales: its Politics and Economics by E.T. John; The Temperance Problem: Some Lessons of The Past by Thos. P. Whittaker; Messages to mars by Martian; Forestry Possibilities in Wales by Wm. Craven Llewelyn., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1918. Contains; Distinguished Welshmen: Honoured by King and Country; The Church and Labour - A Symposium by Herbert Morgan; The Political Future of Wales by a Welsh Nationalist; Views of Representative Welshmen; Drifting - The Next Step by David Davies; Wales: its Politics and Economics by E.T. John; The Temperance Problem: Some Lessons of The Past by Thos. P. Whittaker; Messages to mars by Martian; Forestry Possibilities in Wales by Wm. Craven Llewelyn.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Distinguished Welshmen: Honoured by King and Country; The Church and Labour - A Symposium by Herbert Morgan; The Political Future of Wales by a Welsh Nationalist; Views of Representative Welshmen; Drifting - The Next Step by David Davies; Wales: its Politics and Economics by E.T. John; The Temperance Problem: Some Lessons of The Past by Thos. P. Whittaker; Messages to mars by Martian; Forestry Possibilities in Wales by Wm. Craven Llewelyn. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224120 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1919. Contains; The Outlook: To Win Home Rule: Honor and Honours by Watkin Leyshon; A Working Alliance by Rev. J.H. Howard; A New Britain by Dr. Hugh Walker; A Rebel Poet by J. Arthur Price; Christian Re-Union by Rev. W.F. Phillips; A Campaign of Youth by Rev. Herbert Morgan; Bangor Changes by Principal Sir Harry Reichel; At The Colleges by A.O.R.; Pro Bono Publico., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1919. Contains; The Outlook: To Win Home Rule: Honor and Honours by Watkin Leyshon; A Working Alliance by Rev. J.H. Howard; A New Britain by Dr. Hugh Walker; A Rebel Poet by J. Arthur Price; Christian Re-Union by Rev. W.F. Phillips; A Campaign of Youth by Rev. Herbert Morgan; Bangor Changes by Principal Sir Harry Reichel; At The Colleges by A.O.R.; Pro Bono Publico.
Welsh Outlook Press
1919 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Outlook: To Win Home Rule: Honor and Honours by Watkin Leyshon; A Working Alliance by Rev. J.H. Howard; A New Britain by Dr. Hugh Walker; A Rebel Poet by J. Arthur Price; Christian Re-Union by Rev. W.F. Phillips; A Campaign of Youth by Rev. Herbert Morgan; Bangor Changes by Principal Sir Harry Reichel; At The Colleges by A.O.R.; Pro Bono Publico. Size: Quarto. 22 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224134 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1923. Contains; Carnhuanawc, and Others by Professor T. Gwynn Jones; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; The House of Heart's Desire by Hon. R. Erkskine; The Student Christian Movement by Rev. Dr. Owen Prys; The Labour Party in Wales by Emrys Hughes; Eclipse by Trefor Llwyd; The Lure of The Bird by Rev. J.T. Lewis; Wales at Work - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1923. Contains; Carnhuanawc, and Others by Professor T. Gwynn Jones; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; The House of Heart's Desire by Hon. R. Erkskine; The Student Christian Movement by Rev. Dr. Owen Prys; The Labour Party in Wales by Emrys Hughes; Eclipse by Trefor Llwyd; The Lure of The Bird by Rev. J.T. Lewis; Wales at Work - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1923 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Carnhuanawc, and Others by Professor T. Gwynn Jones; Borrow's Wild Wales by Professor H. Wright; The House of Heart's Desire by Hon. R. Erkskine; The Student Christian Movement by Rev. Dr. Owen Prys; The Labour Party in Wales by Emrys Hughes; Eclipse by Trefor Llwyd; The Lure of The Bird by Rev. J.T. Lewis; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224148 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1924. Contains; Inigo Jones: Master of Architecture and Stage-Craft by Isaac J. Williams; The Borrow Manuscripts by Professor H.Wright; An Experiment in Religious Toleration by F. Morgan; The Modern Teacher by E.R. Thomas; The Fiddler by Ellen A.C. Lloyd; A New Life of John Penry by T.H. Lewis; Dr. Joseph Parry by D. Griffiths; The World's Student Christian Federation by Elined Prys; Seiat by Mary J. James; Poetry by Elined Prys; Wales at Work - A Diary of things Said and Done., Thomas Jones (Editor)
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1924. Contains; Inigo Jones: Master of Architecture and Stage-Craft by Isaac J. Williams; The Borrow Manuscripts by Professor H.Wright; An Experiment in Religious Toleration by F. Morgan; The Modern Teacher by E.R. Thomas; The Fiddler by Ellen A.C. Lloyd; A New Life of John Penry by T.H. Lewis; Dr. Joseph Parry by D. Griffiths; The World's Student Christian Federation by Elined Prys; Seiat by Mary J. James; Poetry by Elined Prys; Wales at Work - A Diary of things Said and Done.
Welsh Outlook Press
1924 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Inigo Jones: Master of Architecture and Stage-Craft by Isaac J. Williams; The Borrow Manuscripts by Professor H.Wright; An Experiment in Religious Toleration by F. Morgan; The Modern Teacher by E.R. Thomas; The Fiddler by Ellen A.C. Lloyd; A New Life of John Penry by T.H. Lewis; Dr. Joseph Parry by D. Griffiths; The World's Student Christian Federation by Elined Prys; Seiat by Mary J. James; Poetry by Elined Prys; Wales at Work - A Diary of things Said and Done. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224160 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1925. Contains; Thomas Love Peacock and Wales by Professor H. Wright; A Municipal Retrospect by Cecil G. Brown; Quaker Ironmasters in Monmouthshire (1796-1842) by A. Gray Jones; The Political and Moral Effects of an Indefinite Creed: A Reply to Dr. E.E. Thomas by J. Arthur Price; The Philosophy of Religion by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; Manchester - 1925: Students of The World in Conference by Owen Griffith., Thomas Jones (Editor)
39 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1925. Contains; Thomas Love Peacock and Wales by Professor H. Wright; A Municipal Retrospect by Cecil G. Brown; Quaker Ironmasters in Monmouthshire (1796-1842) by A. Gray Jones; The Political and Moral Effects of an Indefinite Creed: A Reply to Dr. E.E. Thomas by J. Arthur Price; The Philosophy of Religion by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; Manchester - 1925: Students of The World in Conference by Owen Griffith.
Welsh Outlook Press
1925 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Thomas Love Peacock and Wales by Professor H. Wright; A Municipal Retrospect by Cecil G. Brown; Quaker Ironmasters in Monmouthshire (1796-1842) by A. Gray Jones; The Political and Moral Effects of an Indefinite Creed: A Reply to Dr. E.E. Thomas by J. Arthur Price; The Philosophy of Religion by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; Manchester - 1925: Students of The World in Conference by Owen Griffith. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224172 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; Howell Howells: An Appreciation by D. James; Welshmen of Note: Archbishop Williams, 1582-1650 by A. Grace Roberts; Wales and The Future by D. Rees Williams; A Commission: Its Omissions and its Mission by J. Lloyd Thomas; Wales and Catholicism by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Modern Poetry and a Welsh Poet by E.A. Reid; Plays and Playhouses by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher; Orate Pro Nobis by Rev. Herbert Morgan; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies; Poetry by J. Ellis Williams., Thomas Jones (Editor)
40 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; Howell Howells: An Appreciation by D. James; Welshmen of Note: Archbishop Williams, 1582-1650 by A. Grace Roberts; Wales and The Future by D. Rees Williams; A Commission: Its Omissions and its Mission by J. Lloyd Thomas; Wales and Catholicism by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Modern Poetry and a Welsh Poet by E.A. Reid; Plays and Playhouses by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher; Orate Pro Nobis by Rev. Herbert Morgan; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies; Poetry by J. Ellis Williams.
Welsh Outlook Press
1926 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; Howell Howells: An Appreciation by D. James; Welshmen of Note: Archbishop Williams, 1582-1650 by A. Grace Roberts; Wales and The Future by D. Rees Williams; A Commission: Its Omissions and its Mission by J. Lloyd Thomas; Wales and Catholicism by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Modern Poetry and a Welsh Poet by E.A. Reid; Plays and Playhouses by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher; Orate Pro Nobis by Rev. Herbert Morgan; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies; Poetry by J. Ellis Williams. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224184 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1927. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Sounds and Sweet Airs by Lynn Doyle; The Background to Welsh Political Thought in The 19th Century by T. Evans; Industrial Disputes and Compulsory Arbitration by D. Henry Rees; Wales and her Colleges by J.M.J.; The Child and World Contacts by rev. Watcyn M. Price; Ecclesiastical Relations between Ireland and Wales: In The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; Wales and The Rating and Valuation Act, 1925 by Rusticus; Y Llyn by Eluned Temple; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog Treherbert; Welsh Gipsies by R.E. Davies; Ifan by Gwyneth M. Mills., Thomas Jones (Editor)
41 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1927. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Sounds and Sweet Airs by Lynn Doyle; The Background to Welsh Political Thought in The 19th Century by T. Evans; Industrial Disputes and Compulsory Arbitration by D. Henry Rees; Wales and her Colleges by J.M.J.; The Child and World Contacts by rev. Watcyn M. Price; Ecclesiastical Relations between Ireland and Wales: In The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; Wales and The Rating and Valuation Act, 1925 by Rusticus; Y Llyn by Eluned Temple; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog Treherbert; Welsh Gipsies by R.E. Davies; Ifan by Gwyneth M. Mills.
Welsh Outlook Press
1927 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Sounds and Sweet Airs by Lynn Doyle; The Background to Welsh Political Thought in The 19th Century by T. Evans; Industrial Disputes and Compulsory Arbitration by D. Henry Rees; Wales and her Colleges by J.M.J.; The Child and World Contacts by rev. Watcyn M. Price; Ecclesiastical Relations between Ireland and Wales: In The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries by Rev. T. Mardy Rees; Wales and The Rating and Valuation Act, 1925 by Rusticus; Y Llyn by Eluned Temple; Schoolmasters I have Known: Mr. William Griffith Howell, Rhondda by Defynnog Treherbert; Welsh Gipsies by R.E. Davies; Ifan by Gwyneth M. Mills. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224196 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1928. Contains; In Memoriam: Lord Kenyon by Sir Harry R. Reichel; A North Wales Housing Experiment by Rev. G.A. Edwards; An Adventure in Drama by Dorothi M. Griffith; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Memories of The Archbishop of Wales: A Review by T.P.E.; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales by Eleanor Boniface; The Student Christian Movement by T. Kenneth Rees; Welsh Quarries and their Products by F.J. North; Wales at  WOrk - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
42 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1928. Contains; In Memoriam: Lord Kenyon by Sir Harry R. Reichel; A North Wales Housing Experiment by Rev. G.A. Edwards; An Adventure in Drama by Dorothi M. Griffith; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Memories of The Archbishop of Wales: A Review by T.P.E.; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales by Eleanor Boniface; The Student Christian Movement by T. Kenneth Rees; Welsh Quarries and their Products by F.J. North; Wales at WOrk - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1928 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; In Memoriam: Lord Kenyon by Sir Harry R. Reichel; A North Wales Housing Experiment by Rev. G.A. Edwards; An Adventure in Drama by Dorothi M. Griffith; A Constructive Policy for Wales by T.P. Ellis; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Memories of The Archbishop of Wales: A Review by T.P.E.; S'Nellie's Welsh Fairy Tales by Eleanor Boniface; The Student Christian Movement by T. Kenneth Rees; Welsh Quarries and their Products by F.J. North; Wales at WOrk - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 33 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224208 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1929. Contains; The Coal Position in South Wales by David Davies; The South Wales Miner by W. Haydn Davies; Aberystwyth Students and The Rhondda by Lewis Ifor Lewis; Discipline and Discipleship by George M. Ll. Davies; A Celtic Apostle by Donald Attwater; A New Borrow by T. Huws Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Natural Resources of Wales VIII - Slate and Materials of Minor Importance by F.J. North., Thomas Jones (Editor)
43 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1929. Contains; The Coal Position in South Wales by David Davies; The South Wales Miner by W. Haydn Davies; Aberystwyth Students and The Rhondda by Lewis Ifor Lewis; Discipline and Discipleship by George M. Ll. Davies; A Celtic Apostle by Donald Attwater; A New Borrow by T. Huws Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Natural Resources of Wales VIII - Slate and Materials of Minor Importance by F.J. North.
Welsh Outlook Press
1929 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, worn. Staples are rusted. Contains; The Coal Position in South Wales by David Davies; The South Wales Miner by W. Haydn Davies; Aberystwyth Students and The Rhondda by Lewis Ifor Lewis; Discipline and Discipleship by George M. Ll. Davies; A Celtic Apostle by Donald Attwater; A New Borrow by T. Huws Davies; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies; The Natural Resources of Wales VIII - Slate and Materials of Minor Importance by F.J. North. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224219 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1930. Contains; Morituri Te Salutant by George M. Ll. Davies; How far are we Providing an Education for Life by Rhys T. Davies; A Folk School for Wales by Frederic Evans; The Religious Leadership of The Future in Wales by Prof. G.A. Edwards; The Organisation of Religion in Wales by Rev. T.F. Jones; Thomas Gouge, Pioneer of Popular Education by Idris Williams; Individualism and Literature by Geraint V. Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
44 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. February, 1930. Contains; Morituri Te Salutant by George M. Ll. Davies; How far are we Providing an Education for Life by Rhys T. Davies; A Folk School for Wales by Frederic Evans; The Religious Leadership of The Future in Wales by Prof. G.A. Edwards; The Organisation of Religion in Wales by Rev. T.F. Jones; Thomas Gouge, Pioneer of Popular Education by Idris Williams; Individualism and Literature by Geraint V. Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1930 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, worn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Morituri Te Salutant by George M. Ll. Davies; How far are we Providing an Education for Life by Rhys T. Davies; A Folk School for Wales by Frederic Evans; The Religious Leadership of The Future in Wales by Prof. G.A. Edwards; The Organisation of Religion in Wales by Rev. T.F. Jones; Thomas Gouge, Pioneer of Popular Education by Idris Williams; Individualism and Literature by Geraint V. Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224229 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1918. Contains; War aims and a League of Nations by David Davies; Wales: its Politics and Economics by E.T. John; The Salient by Fred Ambrose; The Outlook in Russia by Paul Vinogradoff; Messages to Mars by Martian; Nationality and Home Rule by William Watkin Davies; Regional Planning by Harold Peake; Public Health in Wales: Yesterday, To-day and Tomorrow  by H. Meredith Richards; Two English Statesmen: Dilke and Morley by D. Lleufer Thomas., Thomas Jones (Editor)
45 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1918. Contains; War aims and a League of Nations by David Davies; Wales: its Politics and Economics by E.T. John; The Salient by Fred Ambrose; The Outlook in Russia by Paul Vinogradoff; Messages to Mars by Martian; Nationality and Home Rule by William Watkin Davies; Regional Planning by Harold Peake; Public Health in Wales: Yesterday, To-day and Tomorrow by H. Meredith Richards; Two English Statesmen: Dilke and Morley by D. Lleufer Thomas.
Welsh Outlook Press
1918 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; War aims and a League of Nations by David Davies; Wales: its Politics and Economics by E.T. John; The Salient by Fred Ambrose; The Outlook in Russia by Paul Vinogradoff; Messages to Mars by Martian; Nationality and Home Rule by William Watkin Davies; Regional Planning by Harold Peake; Public Health in Wales: Yesterday, To-day and Tomorrow by H. Meredith Richards; Two English Statesmen: Dilke and Morley by D. Lleufer Thomas. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224119 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1919. Contains; The Outlook: Wales and The General Election; Inshore Fishery by C.L. Walton; The Farmers Outlook by W.J. Percy Player; Christian Re-Union by Rev. J. Roland Pryce; Local Newspapers by J.O. Francis; A National Academy of Music by L.J. Roberts; Poems by Edward Thomas by P.H.T.; Anglo-Celt or Anglo-Saxon by Lilian Winstanley; The Y.M.C.A. and The Future by Gwilym Davies., Thomas Jones (Editor)
46 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1919. Contains; The Outlook: Wales and The General Election; Inshore Fishery by C.L. Walton; The Farmers Outlook by W.J. Percy Player; Christian Re-Union by Rev. J. Roland Pryce; Local Newspapers by J.O. Francis; A National Academy of Music by L.J. Roberts; Poems by Edward Thomas by P.H.T.; Anglo-Celt or Anglo-Saxon by Lilian Winstanley; The Y.M.C.A. and The Future by Gwilym Davies.
Welsh Outlook Press
1919 First Edition Disbound Fair Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Outlook: Wales and The General Election; Inshore Fishery by C.L. Walton; The Farmers Outlook by W.J. Percy Player; Christian Re-Union by Rev. J. Roland Pryce; Local Newspapers by J.O. Francis; A National Academy of Music by L.J. Roberts; Poems by Edward Thomas by P.H.T.; Anglo-Celt or Anglo-Saxon by Lilian Winstanley; The Y.M.C.A. and The Future by Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 24 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224133 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1923. Contains; The Welsh School of Social Service by G.A. Edwards; The Primary School and The Adolescent by Evan T. Davis; Anglesey Union of Village Halls and Societies by Emily Matthews; The Adolescent and The Churches by Jenkin James; Women's Institutes in Wales by Lily Lumley; Wales and The Cause of Peace by T. Huws Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
47 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1923. Contains; The Welsh School of Social Service by G.A. Edwards; The Primary School and The Adolescent by Evan T. Davis; Anglesey Union of Village Halls and Societies by Emily Matthews; The Adolescent and The Churches by Jenkin James; Women's Institutes in Wales by Lily Lumley; Wales and The Cause of Peace by T. Huws Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1923 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Welsh School of Social Service by G.A. Edwards; The Primary School and The Adolescent by Evan T. Davis; Anglesey Union of Village Halls and Societies by Emily Matthews; The Adolescent and The Churches by Jenkin James; Women's Institutes in Wales by Lily Lumley; Wales and The Cause of Peace by T. Huws Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224147 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1924. Contains; Richard Price by Roland Thomas; The Education of The Adolescent by Olive A. Wheeler; labour and The University by J.M. Williams; A Welsh Border Writer by Geoffrey H. Wells; The Borrow Manuscripts by Llewelyn C. Lloyd; Apres La Guerre; A Study in Mediaevalism: Social and Economic Affairs of The Lordship of Glamorgan by W. Tudor Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary., Thomas Jones (Editor)
48 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1924. Contains; Richard Price by Roland Thomas; The Education of The Adolescent by Olive A. Wheeler; labour and The University by J.M. Williams; A Welsh Border Writer by Geoffrey H. Wells; The Borrow Manuscripts by Llewelyn C. Lloyd; Apres La Guerre; A Study in Mediaevalism: Social and Economic Affairs of The Lordship of Glamorgan by W. Tudor Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary.
Welsh Outlook Press
1924 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Richard Price by Roland Thomas; The Education of The Adolescent by Olive A. Wheeler; labour and The University by J.M. Williams; A Welsh Border Writer by Geoffrey H. Wells; The Borrow Manuscripts by Llewelyn C. Lloyd; Apres La Guerre; A Study in Mediaevalism: Social and Economic Affairs of The Lordship of Glamorgan by W. Tudor Davies; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224159 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1925. Contains; Ireland and World Politics by G.M.Ll. Davies; Definiteness in Religious Doctrine by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; William Hopkyn Rees: A Great Welsh Missionary by R.K. Evans; The Geneva Protocol by A.O. Roberts; A Little Lower than The Angels by D.J. Davies; The Raven by Rev. J.T. Lewis., Thomas Jones (Editor)
49 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1925. Contains; Ireland and World Politics by G.M.Ll. Davies; Definiteness in Religious Doctrine by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; William Hopkyn Rees: A Great Welsh Missionary by R.K. Evans; The Geneva Protocol by A.O. Roberts; A Little Lower than The Angels by D.J. Davies; The Raven by Rev. J.T. Lewis.
Welsh Outlook Press
1925 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Ireland and World Politics by G.M.Ll. Davies; Definiteness in Religious Doctrine by Rev. Dr. E.E. Thomas; William Hopkyn Rees: A Great Welsh Missionary by R.K. Evans; The Geneva Protocol by A.O. Roberts; A Little Lower than The Angels by D.J. Davies; The Raven by Rev. J.T. Lewis. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224171 1.00 
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The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Anti-Roman Gesture at St. Davids by Rev. A.W. Wade-Evans; Transcendental Religion by Professor D. Miall Edwards; The League's Record by A.O. Roberts; The Father by Ap Tango; John Jones of Maesygarness by Vyrnwy Lewis; The Anglo-Cymric School of Poets by Lewis Davies; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies; The Exile's Corner: The Welshman in Rome by D. Crowley., Thomas Jones (Editor)
50 Thomas Jones (Editor)
The Welsh Outlook. A Monthly Journal of National Social Progress. January, 1926. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Anti-Roman Gesture at St. Davids by Rev. A.W. Wade-Evans; Transcendental Religion by Professor D. Miall Edwards; The League's Record by A.O. Roberts; The Father by Ap Tango; John Jones of Maesygarness by Vyrnwy Lewis; The Anglo-Cymric School of Poets by Lewis Davies; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies; The Exile's Corner: The Welshman in Rome by D. Crowley.
Welsh Outlook Press
1926 First Edition Disbound Good Condition Quarto 
Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Anti-Roman Gesture at St. Davids by Rev. A.W. Wade-Evans; Transcendental Religion by Professor D. Miall Edwards; The League's Record by A.O. Roberts; The Father by Ap Tango; John Jones of Maesygarness by Vyrnwy Lewis; The Anglo-Cymric School of Poets by Lewis Davies; The Economic & Industrial Outlook by W. Tudor Davies; The Exile's Corner: The Welshman in Rome by D. Crowley. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Paperback 224183 1.00 
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