8Y Cyfaill, 1839, p. 334.
9E. Davies: Robert Everett, pp. 183 ff.
10See page 96.
11Cenhadwr, 1842, p. 62.
12Cenhadwr, 1842, p. 125.
13Id., 1844, p. 84.
14The Friend of Man, Nov. 9, 1841.
15Cenhadwr, 1844, p. 213.
16Cenhadwr, 1844, p. 216.
17Cenhadwr, 1844, p. 280.
18Cenhadwr, 1844, p. 216.
19Davies: Everett, pp. 184 and 185.
20For its later history see pp. 105-6.
21Cenhadwr, 1845, p. 167. In 1837 before Y Cenhadwr was established, Everett had received a long letter which he had published in the Friend of Man in Welsh and English, from the Welsh people convened in county assemblies in Merionethshire, Carnarvonshire and Montgomeryshire, urging the Welsh in America "to use all suitable and lawful means in cooperation with your fellow citizens to remove this curse from your fair land". See The Philanthropist, Nov. 7, 1837. In 1857 we find Rev. D. Price of Dynbych lecturing in Birkenhead against slavery. The chairman then expressed the desire that the lecture might be given all through Wales as a means to prepare the minds of those Welsh emigrating to America to turn their influence against slavery. Cenhadwr, 1857, p. 39.
22Cenhadwr, 1846, p. 299.
23Cenhadwr, 1848, p. 306.
24Cenhadwr, 1849, p. 310.
25The Cambro-American(The English section of Y Cymro Americanaidd), Aug. 23, 1856.
26One issue of a Democratic newspaper, Y Gwron Americanaidd (The American Hero) was sent out from New York supporting the Democrats, but only the keenest opposition met it. See The Cambro-American, Nov. 1, 1856.
27Id., Aug. 23rd, 1856.
28The Cambro-American, Oct. 11, 1856. An article taken from The Oneida Herald.
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