Folk-Lore of West and Mid-Wales
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Folk-Lore of West and Mid-Wales

By Jonathan Ceredig Davies
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  • PREFACE
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • CONTENTS.
  • CHAPTER I.
  • LOVE CUSTOMS AND OMEN SEEKING.
    • THE CANDLE AND PIN DIVINATION.
    • GOING ROUND THE CHURCH.
    • WATER IN DISH DIVINATION.
    • THE BIBLE AND KEY DIVINATION.
    • DIVINATION BY THE TEA-CUP.
    • DIVINATION BY CARDS.
  • CHAPTER II.
  • WEDDING CUSTOMS.
    • THE WEDDING DAY.
    • THE HORSE WEDDING.
    • NEITHIOR.
  • CHAPTER III.
  • FUNERAL CUSTOMS.
  • “GWYLNOS.
  • “WAKE-NIGHT.
  • “OFFERTORIES AT FUNERALS IN WALES.”
  • CHAPTER IV.
  • VARIOUS OTHER CUSTOMS.
    • CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S DAY CUSTOMS.
    • NEW YEAR’S DAY.
    • ST. VALENTINE’S DAY.
    • ST. DAVID’S DAY.
    • SHROVE TUESDAY.
    • LENT.
    • PALM SUNDAY.
    • GOOD FRIDAY.
    • EASTER.
    • FIRST DAY OF APRIL.
    • MAY.
    • A PRESENT-DAY WELSH QUEEN OF MAY.
    • ALLHALLOW’S EVE (NOS CALAN GAEA.)
    • HARVEST CUSTOMS, Etc.
    • CYNNOS.
    • GLEANING.
    • CWRW BACH.
    • PERAMBULATION.
    • SHEEP SHEARING CUSTOMS.
    • TAI UNNOS (ONE NIGHT HOUSES).
    • THE CEFFYL PREN.
    • THE EMPLOYMENT OF DOGS TO TURN ROASTING-SPITS.
    • KNAPPAN.
    • THROWING THE BAR.
    • SCHOOL CUSTOMS.
    • THE WELSH “NOTE,” OR “NOT”.
  • CHAPTER V.
  • THE FAIRIES (TYLWYTH TEG).
    • ORIGIN OF FAIRIES.
    • FAIRY NAMES.
    • FAIRY DRESS, DWELLING, ETC.
    • FAIRIES MARRYING MORTALS.
    • LADY OF LLYN Y VAN VACH IN CARMARTHENSHIRE.
    • A STUDENT WHO HAD FAILED TO PASS HIS EXAMINATIONS TAUGHT BY THE FAIRIES.
    • THE SHEPHERD BOY AND THE FAIRIES OF FRENIFAWR.
    • FAIRY MUSIC AND DANCING.
    • MR. EDWARD JONES, PENCWM, LLANRHYSTID, AND THE FAIRIES.
    • A FARM SERVANT NEAR TREGARON, WHO SPENT A YEAR AND A DAY WITH THE FAIRIES.
    • THE SERVANT GIRL WHO WAS LOST IN THE FAIRY CIRCLE.
    • THE LITTLE SERVANT BOY AND THE BARM.
    • A CARMARTHENSHIRE MAIDEN WHO GOT INTO A FAIRY RING.
    • IAGO AP DEWI AMONG THE FAIRIES SEVEN YEARS.
    • A MAN WHO WAS FOUND AMONG THE FAIRIES AT CAE CEFN PANTYDWR.
    • SON OF LLECH Y DERWYDD AND THE FAIRIES.
    • TAFFY AP SION OF PENCADER AMONG THE FAIRIES.
    • SHON AP SHENKIN SEDUCED BY FAIRY MUSIC.
    • A LLANRHYSTYD MAID LOST AMONG THE FAIRIES.
    • SHUI RHYS AND THE FAIRIES.
    • FAIRIES COMING INTO THE BEDROOM OF A HOUSE NEAR ABERYSTWYTH.
    • A SERVANT OF PERTHRHYS, LLANDDEINIOL, AND THE WHITE FAIRIES.
    • NANCY TYNLLAIN AND HER SON SEEING FAIRIES ON HORSES.
    • ELIAS, FORCH Y CWM AND THE FAIRIES.
    • THE CARDIGANSHIRE PAINTER AND MUSICIAN, WHO PLAYED HIS FLUTE TO THE FAIRY LADIES AND NEARLY SECURED ONE OF THEM AS A WIFE.
    • TWO MEN WHO SAW THE FAIRIES IN CARMARTHENSHIRE DANCING IN BROAD DAYLIGHT.
    • THE FAIRIES OF CWM MABWS, SEEN DRIVING IN THEIR CARRIAGES.
    • FAIRIES AND FOOTBALLERS.
    • FAIRIES MARKETING.
    • FAIRY CHANGELINGS.
    • HOW TO DETECT CHANGELINGS.
    • FAIRY MONEY.
    • FAIRY MOTHERS AND HUMAN MIDWIVES.
    • FAIRIES PLAYING TRICKS WITH THE OVEN.
    • FAIRY GLOVES.
    • FAIRY KNOCKERS.
    • A STORY OF PONT EINION (EINION BRIDGE) TREGARON.
    • MERMAIDS.
    • THE MERMAID AND THE FISHERMEN.
    • THE FISHERMEN OF LLANDUDOCH AND THE MERMAID.
    • A MERMAID SEEN NEAR ABERYSTWYTH.
  • CHAPTER VI.
  • GHOST STORIES.
    • THE WEAVER OF LLANSADWRN TRANSPORTED THROUGH THE AIR BY A SPIRIT.
    • SPIRITS THROWING STONES.
    • CHWEDL AM YSPRYD.
    • A STORY OF A GHOST THROWING STONES AT LLANGELER.
    • SPIRITS AND HIDDEN TREASURE.
    • A CARPENTER WHO WAS HAUNTED BY A “WHITE LADY.”
    • THE “WHITE LADY” OF BROGININ, OR A GHOST REVEALING HIDDEN MONEY TO A YOUNG LOVER.
    • A GHOST REVEALING HIDDEN TREASURE TO A FARMER IN THE PARISH OF LLANAFAN.
    • THE GLANFREAD FAWR GHOST REVEALING HIDDEN MONEY TO THE HOUSEMAID.
    • A GHOST APPEARING TO POINT OUT HIDDEN TREASURE IN RADNORSHIRE.
    • THE POWIS CASTLE GHOST STORY.
    • THE SPIRIT OF A LIVING MAN.
    • THE SPIRIT OF A LIVING MAN APPEARING TO A LITTLE GIRL AT PONTSHAN.
    • SPIRIT OF A LIVING WOMAN SEEN ON A MOONLIGHT NIGHT, NEAR LLANYBRI IN CARMARTHENSHIRE.
    • SPIRIT OF A REJECTED LOVER APPEARING TO A YOUNG WOMAN.
    • TALE OF A DOCTOR.
    • SPIRIT OF A LIVING MAN IN A FIELD.
    • “YSFRYD DYN BYW.
    • SPIRIT OF A LIVING MAN THROWING STONES.
    • THE SPIRIT OF A DEAD MOTHER APPEARING TO HER BOY-SON AT LLANGYNOG, CARMARTHENSHIRE.
    • THE SPIRIT OF A DEAD DAUGHTER APPEARING TO THE MOTHER.
    • THE SPIRIT OF A DEAD MOTHER APPEARING TO HER CHILDREN.
    • ALLT Y CRIB GHOST, NEAR TALYBONT.
    • THE GHOST OF PONT-Y-GWENDRAETH, NEAR KIDWELY IN CARMARTHENSHIRE.
    • HAUNTED MANSIONS OF LLANELLY, CARMARTHENSHIRE.
    • A GHOST HAUNTING A YOUNG LOVER WHO WAS OUT LATE AT NIGHT, NEAR ALLTWALIS IN CARMARTHENSHIRE.
    • A PEMBROKESHIRE GHOST HAUNTING A SHIP.
    • A SPIRIT ON HORSEBACK.
    • A SPIRIT IN A CAVE.
    • A SPIRIT IN A RIVER.
    • APPARITIONS OF GOOD SPIRITS.
    • SPIRITS REMOVING CHURCHES.
    • LLANDDEUSANT (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • LLANBISTER CHURCH (RADNORSHIRE).
    • PENBRYN CHURCH.
    • LLANWINIO (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • LLANGAN (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • MAROS.
    • LLANGELER CHURCH.
    • LLANFIHANGEL GENEU’R GLYN.
    • LLANWENOG.
    • APPARITIONS OF THE DEVIL.
    • THE LEGEND OF THE DEVIL’S BRIDGE IN CARDIGANSHIRE.
    • PENTRE-CWRT FOLK AND THE DEVIL.
    • THE EVIL ONE APPEARING AT NAG’S HEAD IN THE FORM OF A DOG.
    • “THE OLD GENTLEMAN” APPEARING IN PEMBROKESHIRE, AS A BLACK CALF.
    • A GHOST SEEN IN THE FORM OF A CALF IN CARDIGANSHIRE.
    • A DEMON ASSUMING THE FORM OF A HORSE.
    • THE GWYLLGI, OR DOG OF DARKNESS.
    • “A DEMON STEWARD.”
    • A DEMON TEMPTING A YOUNG MAIDEN IN GOWER.
    • SATAN AND SABBATH BREAKERS; OR THE “OLD GENTLEMAN” APPEARING IN MANY FORMS TO A MAN WHO TRAVELLED ON SUNDAY.
    • THE DEVIL AND LLANARTH CHURCH.
    • HOW TO GET RID OF GHOSTS, SPIRITS, GOBLINS, AND DEVILS, ETC.
    • YSPRYD PENPOMPREN PLAS OR A SPIRIT “LAID” IN A BOTTLE.
    • THE “LAYING” OF THE HAVOD UCHTRYD GOBLIN.
    • THE MONACHDY GHOST DOOMED TO CUT THE ROCK NEAR LLANRHYSTYD.
    • THE “LAYING” OF THE STACKPOLE GHOST.
    • SHAN AND THE GHOST.
    • TWO YOUNG WOMEN AND THE GOBLIN.
  • CHAPTER VII.
  • DEATH PORTENTS.
    • THE “TOILI” OR PHANTOM FUNERAL.
    • A PRESENT DAY PHANTOM FUNERAL.
    • A PHANTOM FUNERAL.
    • THE NEUADDLWYD “TOILI.”
    • A HORSE SEEING A “TOILI” OR PHANTOM FUNERAL.
    • SPIRIT FUNERALS CARRYING PEOPLE TO CHURCHYARDS.
    • AN OLD WOMAN WHO SAW THE APPARITION OF HER OWN FUNERAL.
    • A PHANTOM TRAIN.
    • A “TOILI” SEEN IN THE DAY-TIME.
    • SINGING HEARD TWELVE MONTHS BEFORE DEATH.
    • A DAY-DREAM.
    • THE CORPSE CANDLE.
    • A CORPSE CANDLE SEEN AT SILIAN.
    • A CORPSE CANDLE SEEN TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS AGO.
    • A CORPSE CANDLE SEEN NEAR CONWIL.
    • A PEMBROKESHIRE TALE OF A CORPSE CANDLE.
    • A LLANGATHEN TALE.
    • THE CORPSE BIRD.
    • A BIRD COMING INTO A HOUSE BEFORE A DEATH.
    • BIRD SINGING HEARD BEFORE DEATH.
    • MUSIC OF ANGELS HEARD BEFORE DEATH.
    • CYHYRAETH: OR DEATH SOUND.
    • THE TOLAETH.
    • THE TOLLING OF BLAENPORTH CHURCH BELL BEFORE A DEATH.
    • A REMARKABLE ACCOUNT OF KNOCKING AND WAILING BEFORE DEATH.
    • LLEDRITH—WRAITH.
    • TANWEDD.
    • GWRACH Y RHIBYN.
    • CWN ANNWN—HELL HOUNDS.
    • OTHER DEATH OMENS.
    • MISSING A BUTT.
  • CHAPTER VIII.
  • MISCELLANEOUS BELIEFS, WEATHER SIGNS, BIRDS, LORE, Etc.
    • THE MOON.
    • WEATHER SIGNS, SEASONS.
    • “A NUTTY YEAR.”
    • A MILD WINTER.
    • BIRDS AND BEASTS LORE.
      • THE CUCKOO.
      • THE SWALLOW—Y WENNOL.
      • ROBIN REDBREAST.
      • THE WREN—Y DRYW.
      • THE OWL.
      • THE RAVEN.
      • THE MAGPIE.
      • THE MAGPIE AND THE WOOD-PIGEON.
      • THE PIGEON.
      • THE BEES.
      • THE BEES AND ST. DAVID.
      • THE COCK.
      • THE CAT.
      • FLYING SERPENTS—GWIBEROD.
      • A FLYING SERPENT AT NEWCASTLE EMLYN.
    • THE CUCKOO.
    • THE SWALLOW—Y WENNOL.
    • ROBIN REDBREAST.
    • THE WREN—Y DRYW.
    • THE OWL.
    • THE RAVEN.
    • THE MAGPIE.
    • THE MAGPIE AND THE WOOD-PIGEON.
    • THE PIGEON.
    • THE BEES.
    • THE BEES AND ST. DAVID.
    • THE COCK.
    • THE CAT.
    • FLYING SERPENTS—GWIBEROD.
    • A FLYING SERPENT AT NEWCASTLE EMLYN.
    • CATTLE.
      • THE MILK-WHITE MILCH COW.
      • THE ASS.
    • THE MILK-WHITE MILCH COW.
    • THE ASS.
  • CHAPTER IX.
  • WITCHES, WIZARDS, PROPHECIES, DIVINATION, DREAMS.
    • WITCHES.
    • A SERVANT MAID WITCHED IN A CHAPEL.
    • A GIRL WHO WAS BEWITCHED BY THE GYPSIES, NEAR CARMARTHEN.
    • A CARDIGANSHIRE GIRL WHO HAD BEEN WITCHED.
    • ANOTHER CARDIGANSHIRE WOMAN WITCHED.
    • A FARMER’S DAUGHTER AT WALTON EAST, IN PEMBROKESHIRE BEWITCHED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS FOR REFUSING ALMS TO AN OLD HAG.
    • MEN WITCHED BY AN OLD LLEDROD HAG.
    • A HORSE WITCHED.
    • CATTLE WITCHED.
    • HORSES KILLED BY WITCHCRAFT IN RADNORSHIRE.
    • SHEEP KILLED BY AN OLD WITCH.
    • A SHIP WITCHED.
    • MILK THAT WOULD NOT CHURN AND THE WITCH.
    • ANOTHER CARDIGANSHIRE STORY OF MILK THAT WOULD NOT TURN TO BUTTER.
    • BURYING THE CHARM.
    • PROTECTIVES AGAINST WITCHCRAFT.
    • A FISHGUARD WITCH DISCOMFITED.
    • A CILCWM STORY.
    • WITCHES AND THE MOUNTAIN ASH.
    • DRAWING BLOOD FROM A WITCH.
    • THE TRANSFORMATION OF WITCHES.
    • A WITCH WHO APPEARED IN THE FORM OF AN HARE EVERY MORNING TO A SERVANT MAID AT MILKING TIME.
    • A WITCH IN THE FORM OF AN HARE SHOT BY A FARM SERVANT.
    • A WITCH IN THE FORM OF A HARE HUNTED BY A PEMBROKESHIRE SQUIRE’S HOUNDS.
    • A WITCH IN THE FORM OF A HARE HUNTED IN CARDIGANSHIRE.
    • THE FAMILIAR SPIRIT OF A WITCH SHOT IN THE FORM OF A HARE.
    • MEN CHANGED INTO ANIMALS.
    • WIZARDS.
    • THE PRIESTS AND THE HORNETS.
    • SIR DAFYDD LLWYD, YSPYTTY YSTWYTH.
    • SIR DAFYDD DEFEATING A RIVAL WIZARD.
    • WIZARDS RIDING DEMONS THROUGH THE AIR.
    • THE HARRIESES OF CWRTYCADNO, THE POPULAR MODERN WIZARDS.
    • CWRTYCADNO CONJURER AND SPIRIT RAISING.
    • HOW TO OBTAIN THE FAMILIAR OF THE GENIUS OR GOOD SPIRIT AND CAUSE HIM TO APPEAR.
    • THE FARMER WHO CONSULTED THE CONJUROR; OR THE FAMILIAR SPIRITS AND THE LOST COWS.
    • A FAMILIAR SPIRIT IN THE SHAPE OF A DOG AND THE LONELY NIGHT TRAVELLER.
    • CONJURERS AND LUNATICS.
    • WIZARDS REVEALING THE FUTURE.
    • “NATIVITY CALCULATED.”
    • A CONJURER SHOWING A YOUNG MAN HIS FUTURE WIFE.
    • ANOTHER SIMILAR TALE.
    • THE WIZARD OF CWRTYCADNO FORETELLING THE FUTURE DESTINY OF A NEW BORN CHILD.
    • PREDICTION CONCERNING THE DEATH OF HIS LATE MAJESTY KING EDWARD.
    • SIR RHYS AP THOMAS CONSULTING A WIZARD CONCERNING KING HENRY VII.
    • THE CONJURER AND THE LOST OX.
    • THE CONJURER AND THE LOST HORSE.
    • A LLANFAIR CLYDOGAU WIZARD.
    • THE WIZARD OF LLANPUMPSAINT AND THE DUCKS OF ALLTYFERIN.
    • WIZARD MARKING THE CULPRITS.
    • A WIZARD AND THE YOUNG MAN WHO HAD BEEN CURSED.
    • MERLIN.
    • MERLIN’S FATE.
    • PEMBROKESHIRE WOMAN’S PROPHECY FULFILLED.
    • THE CRIMEAN WAR SEEN IN THE SKIES.
    • A REMARKABLE FULFILMENT OF A CONDEMNED MAN’S PREDICTION.
    • SHOULDER-BLADE DIVINATION.
    • DREAMS.
    • CONVERSING WITH THE DEPARTED IN A DREAM.
  • CHAPTER X.
  • THE HEALING ART; OR HOW TO CHARM AWAY DISEASES, Etc.
    • CHARMS FOR WARTS.
    • ROSEMARY CHARM FOR TOOTHACHE.
    • “SLIME” OF TROUT AS MEDICINE.
    • CHARMS FOR FITS AND FOR QUINSY.
    • ABRACADABRA.
    • THE PENTACLE.
    • CHARMS FOR CATTLE AND PIGS.
    • THE CURE OF RICKETS.
    • HOW TO CURE A DOG THAT HAS BEEN BITTEN BY A MAD DOG.
    • HEALING STONES.
    • LLAETHFAEN.
    • THE PHYSICIANS OF MYDDFAI.
    • TO EXTRACT A TOOTH WITHOUT PAIN.
    • FOR THE BITE OF A MAD DOG.
    • FOR PAIN IN THE EYE.
    • HOLY BREAD AS A REMEDY.
    • HOW TO CURE A “FOUL FOOT.”
    • PILLS OF DEAD MEN’S BONES.
    • GWELLA CLEFYD Y GALON, OR HEART DISEASE, A LOVE SICKNESS.
    • THE MEDICINE.
    • TOUCHING; OR THE CURE OF THE DISEASE KNOWN AS “THE KING’S EVIL.”
    • HOLY RELICS.
      • THE NANTEOS CUP.
      • THE HEALING CUP.
      • THE STAFF OF ST. CURIG.
      • PENGLOG TEILO (TEILO’S SKULL.)
    • THE NANTEOS CUP.
    • THE HEALING CUP.
    • THE STAFF OF ST. CURIG.
    • PENGLOG TEILO (TEILO’S SKULL.)
  • CHAPTER XI.
  • FOLK-LORE OF FOUNTAINS, LAKES, AND CAVES.
    • HOLY WELLS.
      • ST. TEILO’S WELL.
      • THE PRIEST’S WELL.
      • ST. LEONARD’S WELL.
      • WELLS OF THE FIVE SAINTS.
      • THE HOLY WELL OF LLANFIHANGEL GENEU’R GLYN.
      • THE LLANCYNVELYN WELL.
      • CANNA’S WELL (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
      • ST. ANTHONY’S WELL.
      • THE “WISHING WELL” OF CAREG CENEN CASTLE.
      • ST. MARY’S WELL, RHAYADER.
      • PILLETH CHURCHYARD WELL (RADNORSHIRE).
      • LLANNON (CARMARTHENSHIRE.)
      • LLANELLY.
      • HOLY WELL AT LLANGYBI.
      • THE HOLY WELL OF ST. GWENOG.
      • THE LLANLLWNI WELL.
      • THE PWLLFFEIN WELL.
      • THE LLANDYSSILIO WELL.
      • FFYNON Y GROES (WELL OF THE CROSS).
      • FFYNON Y PISTYLL.
      • THE WELL OF FFOSANNA.
      • FFYNON BECCA.
      • ST. NON’S WELL, NEAR ST. DAVID’S.
      • ST. EDREN’S WELL.
      • THE LETTERSTON WELL.
      • THE LLANLLAWER WELL.
      • RHOSCROWTHER.
      • ST. KEYNAN’S WELL (LLANGURIG.)
    • ST. TEILO’S WELL.
    • THE PRIEST’S WELL.
    • ST. LEONARD’S WELL.
    • WELLS OF THE FIVE SAINTS.
    • THE HOLY WELL OF LLANFIHANGEL GENEU’R GLYN.
    • THE LLANCYNVELYN WELL.
    • CANNA’S WELL (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • ST. ANTHONY’S WELL.
    • THE “WISHING WELL” OF CAREG CENEN CASTLE.
    • ST. MARY’S WELL, RHAYADER.
    • PILLETH CHURCHYARD WELL (RADNORSHIRE).
    • LLANNON (CARMARTHENSHIRE.)
    • LLANELLY.
    • HOLY WELL AT LLANGYBI.
    • THE HOLY WELL OF ST. GWENOG.
    • THE LLANLLWNI WELL.
    • THE PWLLFFEIN WELL.
    • THE LLANDYSSILIO WELL.
    • FFYNON Y GROES (WELL OF THE CROSS).
    • FFYNON Y PISTYLL.
    • THE WELL OF FFOSANNA.
    • FFYNON BECCA.
    • ST. NON’S WELL, NEAR ST. DAVID’S.
    • ST. EDREN’S WELL.
    • THE LETTERSTON WELL.
    • THE LLANLLAWER WELL.
    • RHOSCROWTHER.
    • ST. KEYNAN’S WELL (LLANGURIG.)
    • LAKES.
      • LLYN MOEL LLYN.
      • TREGARON LAKE.
      • PENCARREG LAKE.
      • TALLEY LAKES.
      • LLYN LLECHWEN.
      • LLYN Y FAN FACH.
      • LLYN EIDDWEN, LLYN FANOD, AND LLYN FARCH.
      • SAVADDAN LAKE (BRECONSHIRE).
    • LLYN MOEL LLYN.
    • TREGARON LAKE.
    • PENCARREG LAKE.
    • TALLEY LAKES.
    • LLYN LLECHWEN.
    • LLYN Y FAN FACH.
    • LLYN EIDDWEN, LLYN FANOD, AND LLYN FARCH.
    • SAVADDAN LAKE (BRECONSHIRE).
    • RIVER LEGENDS.
    • CAVES.
      • OGOF MORRIS (MORRIS’S CAVE).
      • BLOODY CAVE.
      • PLANT MAT’S CAVE.
      • TWM SHION CATTI’S CAVE.
      • OWEN LAWGOCH’S CAVE.
    • OGOF MORRIS (MORRIS’S CAVE).
    • BLOODY CAVE.
    • PLANT MAT’S CAVE.
    • TWM SHION CATTI’S CAVE.
    • OWEN LAWGOCH’S CAVE.
  • CHAPTER XII.
  • LOCAL TRADITIONS, Etc.
    • LLANDDEWI BREFI.
    • CAIO (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • ST. GOVAN’S.
    • TREGARON.
    • CRUG MAWR.
    • CANTREF Y GWAELOD; OR THE LOST LOWLAND.
    • LLANFIHANGEL YSTRAD.
    • A STRANGE CARMARTHENSHIRE TREE LEGEND.
    • MAESYFELIN.
    • TENBY (PEMBROKESHIRE).
    • CWM KERWYN (PEMBROKESHIRE).
    • LLANSTEPHAN CASTLE (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • CWMYREGLWYS (PEMBROKESHIRE).
    • MESUR Y DORTH (MEASURE OF THE LOAF).
    • ABERGWILI.
    • CAE POETH (HOT FIELD).
    • CRAIG GWRTHEYRN (VORTIGERN’S ROCK).
    • BRYNBERIAN (PEMBROKESHIRE).
    • LLANON (CARDIGANSHIRE).
    • TYNYCASTELL (DEVIL’S BRIDGE).
    • BEDD TALIESIN (TALIESIN’S GRAVE).
    • CRUGIAU’R LADIS (CARMARTHENSHIRE).
    • EURGLAWDD.
    • TRAETH SAITH (CARDIGANSHIRE).
    • LLANILAR.
    • LLANGADOCK.
    • ABERMARLAIS.
    • OYSTERMOUTH CASTLE (GOWER).
    • OXWITCH (GOWER).
    • CAE HALOG (NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE).
    • MOUNT AND VERWICK (CARDIGAN).
    • MAENCLOCHOG (PEMBROKESHIRE).
    • HIGHMEAD (CARDIGANSHIRE).
    • GOGERDDAN (NEAR ABERYSTWYTH).
    • LLANGYNLLO (CARDIGANSHIRE).
    • LLANGWYRYFON (CHURCH OF THE VIRGINS).
    • PENBRYN (CARDIGANSHIRE).
    • CILGERRAN (PEMBROKESHIRE).
    • GORSYGEDOL (MERIONETHSHIRE).
    • NICK-NAMES, OLD AND POPULAR SAYINGS.
    • “CYNGHOR GWRAIG HEB EI OFYN.”
    • CHALKING THE DOOR-STEP.
    • WAKES IN RADNORSHIRE.
  • ERRATA.
  • INDEX.
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