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The Names of some of the early Bards, Poets, &c. which were omitted in pp. 13, 14, 15, and 16. A.D.
A.D. Câw, a Bard who flourished about the year 450. Evan Drwch y Daran, a Poet,
1570. mentioned by Cynddelw; Cathlau clau Cerddau Rhộs Cain, a Herald-Bard,
1587 Caw: (probably, this was the father of Aneurin;
Davydd Benwyn, Prydydd o Vorganwg.
1586. see a note in page 17.)
Captain Wiliam Middleton, a Poet,
159": Gwyddelyn, Gwyddyl Gòr, or Eiddilig Gòrg William Salisbury, of Cae Dů, in Llana noted Bard, and magician to Rhuddlwm sannan, was very learned; he translated the Gawr, about the year
460. New Testament into Welsh; published an Teilo, or Teilaw, a Bard, and bishop of English and Welsh Dictionary, in the year Landaff, (Teilaw ab Enfych, or Enllaig, máb 1547 ; and a Grammatical Introduction to the Hudwn dwn,) about the year
British or Welsh Tongue, in the year 1567. Ugnach ab Mydno, of Caer Söon, near Con
Arthur Kelton, Historian,
15,48. way, a celebrated Bard, about
Dr. David Powel, of Rhiwabon, Historian, 1550. Yscolan, a Bard, about
570. Humfrey Llwyd, of Denbighshire, D. M. Gwinerth, a Bard, about 610. and Welsh Historian,
1550. Affer, a famous writer, and bishop of St.
Dr. John Dû, or Dee, of Nant-y-Groes, David's, in the year 905. Radnorshire, a famous Astrologer,
1570. Melkin, or Maelgyn, wrote a book, “ De Sir Jn. Price, of Llanvyllin, British Historian, 1573. Arthurii Mensa Rotunda.”
John Owen, of Plâs Da, in Caernarvonshire,
1605, Gruffydd ab Gwrgeneu, a Bard,
Robin Jachwr, a Herald Bard,
1610. Einion ab Madawg ab Rahawd
James Howel, of Bryn-Llangamınarch, near
16203 Elidyr Sais, a Poet,
1290. I ord Herbert, of Cherbury, in Montgonie. Hywel Voel ab Griffri ab Pwyll gwyddel, 1300. ryshire, the famous knight-errant, and Historian, 1624. Casnodyn Vardd,
Hugh Llwyd, of Cynvael, a Poet, of MeiIorwerth Beli, a Bard
1380. rionethshire, about 1620. See p. 78. Llywelyn Ddû ab y Pastard, a Poet, 1370.
Robert Vaughan, Esq. of Hengwrt, in MeiGruffydd Grýg, a Poet,
1380. rionethshire, Antiquarian, and Historian, 1660 Dr. Siôn y Cent, a Bard,
1390. Nicolas Lloyd, of Flintshire, wrote DiElionaLlywelyn Llogell, a Poet, 1400. rium Historicum,
16605 Robert Leia, a Herald Bard,
1460. John Gwilym, of Herefordshire, a Herald, Davydd ab Edmund, a Poet,
1460. and Rouge Croix pursuivant; he published his Rhậs Nanmor, a Poet, near St. David's, 1460. celebrated work, entitled, “ The Display of Davydd Nan’mor, a Poet, of Nanhwynan, Heraldry,” in folio, about
1610. in Meirionydd,
1460. Myles Davies, of Tre 'r abbat, in Flintshire, Lewis Dwn,' a Poet,
1460. wrote Athena Britannica, or Critical History Tudur Penllyn, a Poet,
1460. of the Oxford and Cambridge Writers. Ieuan ab Tudyr Penllyn, a Poet,
1480. Dr. John Davies, Canon of St. Asaph, (was Tudur Aled, a Poet, who lived at Garth the son of a weaver at Llanverres, in DenbighGeri, in Chwiban, near Llansannan,
1490. fhire ;) he was a famous linguist, and author of Llywelyn ab Gyttyn, a Poet, and Crytbeur Antique Lingua Britannica, a Welsh and Latin, Davydd Llwyd ab Llywelyn ab Gruffydd. 1480. and Latin and Welsh, Dictionary; which he Inco Brydydd, a Poet,
1480. published in the year 1632. He affisted also Meredydd ab Davydd Vychan, a Poet,
in tranflating the Bible into Welsh, which was Davydd Gorlech, a Poet, 1500. correctly published in the year
1620. Evan Dyvi, a Meirionyddshire Poet, 1500.
Edmund Prøs, of Trawsvynydd, or Tyddyn Rhộs Brychan, a Poet,
1500. Du, Rector of Ffestiniog and Maentwrog, and Rhộs Gele, y Prydydd Brîth.
Archdeacon of Meirionydd; was interred under Richa. Davis, Bard, and Bishop of St. Asaph, 1560. the Communion-table at Maentwrog, in the T'. ab Gr. ab H'. y Gadair, of An-glesey, 1580. year 1623. He was the most celebrated Bard Bedw Havesp, a Poet, about
1590. of his time, and one of the translators of the Rhŷs Gôch, o Lyn Dyvrdwy, a Poet, 1540. Bible into Welsh, and versifier of the Psalms. For the list of succeeding Bards, I refer my readers to the end of Dr. Davies's Dictionary; and to Mr. Ed. Lloyd's Aicha zlogia, p.255.
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