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Y Gwladgarwr ("The Patriot") (established in 1858) was a liberal Welsh language newspaper, published weekly and distributed around the districts of South Wales. [1]

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Aberdare

Aberdare (Aberdâr) is a town in the Cynon Valley area of Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, at the confluence of the Rivers Dare (Dâr) and Cynon.

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David Williams (coal owner)

David Williams (1809–1863), known by his bardic name Alaw Goch was a prominent coal-owner in the Aberdare valley and also a keen supporter of Welsh culture and the eisteddfod.

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Ieuan Gwyllt

Ieuan Gwyllt was the bardic name of Welsh musician and minister John Roberts (22 December 1822 - 14 May 1877).

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William Williams (Caledfryn)

William Williams (pen name "Caledfryn" or "Gwilym Caledfryn") (6 February 1801 – 23 March 1869) was a Welsh Congregational minister, poet and literary critic born at Bryn y Ffynnon, Denbigh.

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William Williams (Carw Coch)

William Williams (6 March 1808 – 26 September 1872), known by his bardic name, Carw Coch (literally Red Stag), was a prominent literary figure in Aberdare, and south Wales generally, during the mid-nineteenth century, and an important figure in the development of the eisteddfod movement.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Y_Gwladgarwr

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