|Title:||The Sunday schools of Wales : their origin, progress, peculiarities, & prospects; with introductory chapters on the religious and intellectual state of the country from the Reformation to the beginning of the nineteenth century, containing an account of the Welsh versions of the Holy Scriptures, a centenary tribute / by the Rev. David Evans, M.A. (Lond.), Gelligaer Endowed Grammar School, Cardiff.|
|Author:||Evans, David, of Gelligaer|
|Note:||London : Sunday School Union, 1883|
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|Subject:||Religious education -- Wales|
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