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th EDNYVED VYCHAN,LORD of BRYN FFENIGL held great power and authority in Wales, in the former part of the XIII, century. He was chief Counsellor and Minister to LLEWELYŃ the GREAT, and leader of his Armies against the SAXONS, He usually fought with great success,and bringing back from one of his battles the heads of three Saxon Generals whom he had slain with his own hands,was rewarded by that Prince with a new coat of Arms,GULES a CHEVRON between three Saxons heads, proper, couped. Of him descended Owen Tudor,of Penmynydd, in the Isle of Anglesey,who, married Queen Catharine Wife of H\v.

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The verfts, formerly sung to this frazirent of Hwhy Dyrif, were of the Lampoon cast, and often peformed with great humour, alternate; tomewhat in the manner of the Swains, in Virg Ts Eclogues. It is now but little known in Wales , but I hope to be able to give it more fully in my second volume

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