1794 · Trefecca
First edition in Welsh of The Catholic doctrine of a Trinity proved by above an hundred short and clear arguments. The true first edition appeared at Oxford in 1756; the author (William Jones, M.A., F.R.S.) was "Rector of Paston, in Northamptonshire, and Minister of Nayland, in Suffolk." The work is divided into four main sections: 1. The Divinity of Christ. 2. The Divinity of the Holy Ghost. 3. The Plurality of Persons. 4. The Trinity in Unity.
¬†¬†¬†¬†Jones also here delivers "a few Reflections, occasionally interspersed, upon some of the Arian Writers, particularly Dr. S. Clarke: To which is added, A letter to the common people, in Answer to some Popular Arguments against The Trinity" (from the English-language title).
¬†¬†¬†¬†NUC, WorldCat, and ESTC find => only one U.S. library reporting ownership (Harvard).
¬†¬†¬†¬†ESTC T116044. 20th-century quarter tan calf with gray paper sides. Title-page with brown stains and a bit of chipping; the occasional stain or bit of foxing elsewhere and top corners bumped at the end; two leaves holed, one with a small piercing that takes a letter or two and the other with a paper flaw that affects several words. Else a good to very good copy. (Inventory #: 37040)