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R. J. DERFEL
PAPYR A DDARLLENWYD I
Gymdeithas Genedlaethol Cymry Manchester,
Nos Wener, Rhagfyr 16eg, 1888.
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(One out of many favourable Press Notices)
"This is a very remarkable little volume. The writer, who conceals himself under the nom de plume "Munullog," is a man of extraordinary natural intelligence, elevation of spirit, and nobility of character; . . . . . .
It is impossible to read through the prose essay on "Creeds," which opens the volume, and the other prose essay on "Religious Reform," with which it closes, without experiencing a very lively feeling of delight at being brought into contact with the brave and wise man who penned them. Did the Brochure contain nothing but these two papers, it would be a great bargain at the shilling that is charged for it; but we feel that there is something singularly incongruous in attempting to assign any monetary value whatever to these compositions, which are obviously the frank and unconsciously courageous utterances of a soul that stands "four-square to every wind that blows."