Musical and Poetical Relicks of the Welsh Bards: Preserved, by Tradition and Authentic Manuscripts, from Very Remote Antiquity; Never Before Published; to the Bardic Tunes are Added Variations for the Harp, Piano-forte, Violin, Or Flute, with a Select Collection of the Pennillion, and Englynion; Or, Poetical Blossoms, Epigramatic Stanzas and Pastoral Songs of Wales, with English Translations; Likewise, a General History of the Bards and Druids
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