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Wales and the French Revolution Series

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Dafydd Risiart / David Richard (fl. 1794–8), Some verses of thanks to God for maintaining and defending the king and the kingdom
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David Davis, Castellhywel (Dafis Castellhywel / Dafydd Dafis; 1745–1827), France’s Revolution (selection)
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David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri; 1759–1822), The song of Tom Paine (selection)
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David Thomas (Dafydd Ddu Eryri; 1759–1822), An awdl on liberty (selection)
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Dienw / Anonymous, A song of praise to the militia of the twelve counties of Wales
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Dienw / Anonymous (fl. 1796), A verse ... that shows the wonderful deliverance ...brought to our kingdom when the French sailed near Ireland
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Edward Charles (Siamas Wynedd; 1757–1828), Englynion to the democrats... (selection)
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Edward Evan (Iorwerth ab Ioan; 1716–98), A cywydd composed in the time of war between us and France (selection)
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Edward Lewis (1719–1803), On the great rebellion in France when King Louis XVI and his queen were beheaded (selection)
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Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg; 1747–1829), A cywydd invoking peace (selection)
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Ioan Siencyn / John Jenkins(s) (1716–96), Englynion on the present war in France 1794 (selection)
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John Roberts (Siôn Lleyn; 1749–1817), Britannia’s salutation to the English on the death of Lord Nelson
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John Thomas, Pentrefoelas (Eos Gwynedd; 1742–1818), An address to the Welsh in the time of war 1803 (selection)
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Thomas Evans (Tomos Glyn Cothi; 1764–1833), Fast-day
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