Those who are familiar with the existing publications in the field of Welsh history may possibly be surprised that it has been thought necessary to establish a new historical journal devoted to the subject.
The late Mr. O'Donnell, whose generosity and forethought made this lecture posssible, expressed the wish that attention should be called, amongst other things, to the nature and importance of the Celtic contribution to the population of England.
A Welsh chronicler in Tudor England, by Thomas Jones.
Y mae hanes cyflawn dyneiddiaeth Gymreig yn aros i'w adrodd, ond yn y cyfamser gosodwyd cyfraniad cychwynnol Gruffudd Hiraethog ar seiliau sicr.
Review by Hugh Bevan of Gruffudd Hiraethog a'i oes by D. J. Bowen.