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The above beautiful' actress to conjugal love is a translation from the Welsh; and I believe, was first printed in a
Volume of Miscellaneous Poems, published by D. David Lewis. 1726. und now set to the old Tune called, Hén sihyl".

hijd

Er bod rhai yn

taer.-u 'n gal_ed, o
Fain would fome with vows persuade me, Ar hyd y

nôs.

Ddar-fod i - mi goll - i 'nghariad;
That

my

faithful swain has fled me;

Ar liģd y

nós.

Min-n'au fydd heb fed-ru coel-io, I mi goll_i 'nghar-iad etto, l-mi goll_i'nghar..iad et-to.
But my beat-ing heart will fal-ter, Ere it thinks his heart can alter, Ere it thinks his heart can al-ter.

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EDNYFED FYCHAN,LORD of BRYN FFFNIGL,
held great power st authority in Wales in the former part of the Xinh century.

He was chief Counsellor & Minister to LLEWELYN the GREAT, & leader of his Armies against the SAXONS, He usually fought with great succefs,& bringing back from one of his battles the heads of three Saxon Generals whom he had flain with his own hands,was rewarded hy that Prince with a new coat of arms, GUES, CHEVRON between three SAXONS HF ADS, proper,coupéd. Of hi'n descended OWEN TUDOR,of Perimynyrid,in the ile of Anglesey, who married OFFN CATHARINE, Wit't € HENKY V

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It is a geiieral tradition in CAERNARVONSHIRE, that a Bard of this name lying on his death Hed, called for his Harp, and performed
this plaintive Tine,
which he desired should be repeated

at his Funeral. ever since it has been called by his name and that of CARREG-
- WEN,the house where he lived in that county, which still remainswhether it was of highet antiquity, or was originally conceived
by the 'dying Bard, is uncertain.

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