Llewelyn (or Llywelyn), Thomas, Lld
Llewelyn (or Llywelyn), Thomas, LL.D.
a Welsh dissenting minister, was born at Penalltan-isaf, Glamorganshire, about 1724, and having secured a liberal education, became the principal of an academical institution in London. He died in 1783. Although never the pastor of any church, he preached frequently, and was recognized as a minister of the gospel. He was a ripe scholar and a judicious writer. His works are, Historical Account of the British or Welsh Versions and Editions of the Bible (Lond. 1768, 8vo): — Historical and Critical Remarks on the British Tongue, etc. (1769, 8vo). See The (Lond.) Theological and Biblical Magazine, November 1806, page 467; Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.