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Beth yw'r ddisglair wawr sy'n torri?

Author (stanza 1): W. Ambrose

See also Emrys. Ambrose, William (Emrys), was born at Bangor, Aug. 10, 1813, and died at Portmadoc, where he held a pastoral charge, Oct. 31, 1873. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)  Go to person page >

Author (stanza 2): Benjamin Francis

Francis, Benjamin , M.A., was born in Wales in 1734. He was baptized at the age of 15, and began to preach at 19. He studied at the Bristol Baptist College, and commenced his ministry at Sodbury. In 1757 he removed to Horsley (afterwards called Shortwood), in Gloucestershire. There he remained, through a happy and very successful ministry of 42 years, until his death in 1799. He was the author of many poetical compositions :— (1) Conflagration, a Poem in Four Parts, (1770); (2) Elegies on the Deaths of the Revs. George Whitefield , Caleb Evans, Robert Day, and Joshua Thomas; (3) The Association, a Poem (1790); (4) a Poetical Address to the Stockbridge Indians (5) two satirical pieces on the Baptismal controversy; The Salopian Zealo… Go to person page >

Author (stanza 3): David Owen

Dates from the Dictionary of Welsh Biography. Go to person page >

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First Line: Beth yw'r ddisglair wawr sy'n torri?
Author (stanza 1): W. Ambrose
Author (stanza 2): Benjamin Francis
Author (stanza 3): David Owen
Language: Welsh

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Mawl a chân = praise and song #265a

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