Welsh newspapers: B

Baner Ac Amserau Cymru gw./see BANER CYMRU


Baner Cymru Dinbych/Denbigh
Founded in 1857 by Thomas Gee.  In 1859 Thomas Gee bought Yr Amseroedd and from 1859 to 1971 Baner ac Amserau Cymru was the most important weekly in the Welsh language.  It was relaunched as  Y Faner in 1971 but due to falling circulation and the failure of the owners to obtain funding the last edition was published on 17th April 1992.  A good precis of the history of Y Faner from the cradle to the grave by Lynn Owen-Rees can be found in Y Faner, April 10th, 1992.

Bangor & Anglesey Chronicle/  1988-1998, 1999-2004

Bangor Chronicle

Bangor & Anglesey Mail  1987 2007

Bangor & North Wales Weekly News 1973 -1986

Bangor Observer & Anglesea & Caernarvonshire News & Advertiser 1883-84

Bangor Observer & North Wales Advertiser 1884

Barmouth Advertiser and District  Weekly News 1920-1950

Barmouth & County Advertiser & District Weekly News 1911-1919

Y Bedyddiwr Cymreig
A denominational weekly which appeared for 10 months between July 1885 and April 1886.

Bristol Gazette 1801-1803, 1804-1806

British Chautanquan 1897

British Gazette 1926  issue/rhif 1-8 (strike issues)

British Worker May/Mai 1926 (strike issues)

Broc Môr 1982-1983

Brython 1906-07, 1908, 1909-11, 1912, 1913-15, 1916-20, 1922-4, 1925,  1927-37, 1938-9

Y Brython Tremadog
25 June - 1 October 1858 Continued as a magazine.

Y Brython (THE BRITTON) Lerpwl/Liverpool
No. 1 - 1723 (8 Feb. 1906 - 23 Feb. 1939)*

Y Brytwn Bala 1835-1870  issue/rhif: 7, 11, 26, 27, 36, 52

Byd Cymreig, Y 1862-1867

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