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He served the school for over forty years, and made its name great in spheres of learning. The building has nave, chancel, transept, porch with western tower and spire with clock and two bells. Llandyssul, Llandyvriog, Henllan, Llanvair-orllwyn, Bangor Teivi, Dyffryn-Clettwr, Castle Hywel - 207-222. Daniel Ddu, Llanwenog, Llanwnen, Cribin - - 223-227. The nucleus of a library was formed from Richard's own collection, and soon after his death there were about 700 volumes. After serving the churches of Nantmel (Radn.), Verwick, and Ross (Herefordshire), he came to Ystrad on the death of Richard, and beside occupying the headship of the school, held various curacies in the neighbourhood. Concerning this stage- coach or mail-car it is said that the fares were formerly combined * "Fel pregethwr ac areithiwr, yr oedd ym mlaenaf o holl enwogion Cymru yn ei oes." Gwynionydd. 99 with privileges or duties : First Class To ride all the way. "We naturally turn to the graceful church which retains some relics of the ancient structure, and ex- amine the old sundial and gargoyles and the porch sentinelled by crown and mitre. C.2 Wal R$ and IN COUNTY CARDIGAN BEING A DESCRIPTIVE SKETCH OF ITS PICTURESQUE, HISTORIC, ANTIQUARIAN, ROMANTIC AND TRADITIONAL FEATURES. Blotted and dark are thy history's pages, The lamp of their splendour obscurity veils ; But thy fame shall endure through the long flight of ages, Eternally shrined in the Music of Wales ! The Sheriffs long ago met with their recorder, and the Enwoyion (worthies) were honoured in the biographies of Gwynionydd and Glan Menai. Having got thus far he wanted a rest and sat upon the stone leaving another impression. As plaintively singing the woes of her nation, Her eyes fill with tears, and her quivering voice fails, And bosoms, absorbed with a kindred sensation, In unison throb to the Music of Wales ! even I, a lone stranger, Eejoice in thy triumphs, and mourn o'er thy wrongs ; The past, with its glory, its woe, and its danger, Lives still in thy thrillingly beautiful songs. Eyre Evans' recent labours, and the great Abbey's exploration was chronicled by the explorer. During the building of the Devil's Bridge, we are told, his Satanic Majesty wished to employ this monolith and carried it away his finger marks may still be seen from the mountain of Trichrug overlooking the Aeron. She sings me the songs of the land of her fathers, And I, though a Saxon, can feel my heart swell ; As round me the rich flowing melody gathers, That holds me enthralled in its magical spell. Those interested in Aberystwyth will find ample suggestion in Mr. It is fourteen feet high from top to base "and nine feet in diameter at the base, conical in shape, with a slope of some thirty degrees.
There are specimens of hard sandstone from the mill- stone grit, a yellow sandstone and a purple mud-sandstone from the Devonian, and a considerable amount of oolitic Bath stone. Stephen Williams, of Bhayader, who excavated the abbey in 1886, * calculated the following measurements Ft. One of the captains of the hold in the time of Coeur de Lion was Sir John Rudd, Knight of the Sep ilchre, whose wife was Tanglust daughter of Lord Rhys. Conan of Brittany offering advantages to colonists induced a body of ancient Britons to sail for the sister country. My obligations are due to the Countess of Lisburne for permission to reproduce the portrait of the present Earl ; to Mrs. Various names have been given to the stone ; Carreg Llechgron refers to a cottage which stood near by, Carreg y Big or Y Carreg a'r Big to its shape. Literature on the Mines has been somewhat extensive. He sat so long and thought so deeply, that at the crowing of a cock he was startled and vanished so rapidly that the stone was completely forgotten. PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, BY THOMAS HARRISON AND SONS, BINGLEY, YORKS. mighty in story, Dear to my soul is thy time-honoured name ; Bright and unclouded, the star of thy glory For ever shall shine in the temple of fame. Thus has it fared with nonconformity, though an appendix yields a basis for further work. As level England has been formed geologically by the deposition of mere waste material from the surface of the Welsh mountains, so my book may appear to the Cymro mere alluvia from the inexhaustible hills ; but I may surely reply that the English meadows bear fruit more readily than the untilled mountain land, and through its imper- fections, of which I am but too keenly sensible, my volume may usher in a nobler attempt to delineate this isolated and almost inaccessible country. Should ever this Cardigan coast become more accessible to the tourist and health-seeker, the records of the churches would yield profitable data for the health statistics. Herbert, the vicar's wife, in her hundredth year, and two years later the respected William Herbert himself at the venerable age of 98. My original intention was to intro- duce chapters upon unique features of Cardiganshire life the farm, the mine, the superstitions, folk-lore and ancient customs ; but these have assumed proportions vast enough for another volume, and I re- luctantly leave them in script. Thomas of Barrow-on-Soar, for assistance in the matter of views ; to my father, without whose ready advice the volume would not have been written, and other relatives, in addition to those referred to continually in the text and foot-notes. Davidis, or no, I cannot telle." Leland's Itinerary. Ffraid, Bride or Bridget appears to have been a favourite in Wales if we may judge from the large number of village churches dedicated to her.
82 WALKS AND WANDERINGS Scanty 'fragments of masonry still lie in the hollows between the ridges which mark the overgrown walls, and the commanding position of this key of Central Wales is well realised from the circular hill which the massive keep once crowned. The son of a tailor-farmer of the district, Richard was born in 1714, and was educated at Carmarthen Grammar School, and under Pugh of Pont-y-gido at Llanarth. Llangwyryvon is little more than vicarage, store and farms, but our sense of homeliness was charmed with the view in a cottage window of sweets' bottles glowing red and golden behind cross churchwarden pipes. An old gravestone carved with an ornamental cross was used as a gate-post in Meyrick's day. Among his close friends were numbered Chief Baron Pollock and, we believe, Newman.