The Mabinogion: From the Llyfr Coch O Hergest, and Other Ancient Welsh Manuscripts, with an English Translation and Notes, Volume 2

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Longmans, 1849
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Page 439 - This preservation photocopy was made and hand bound at BookLab, Inc. in compliance with copyright law. The paper, Weyerhaeuser Cougar Opaque Natural, meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (Permanence of Paper). (po) Austin 1994
Page 247 - And there was precious gold of the value of three hundred kine upon his shoes, and upon his stirrups, from his knee to the tip of his toe. And the blade of grass bent not beneath him; so light was his courser's tread as he journeyed towards the
Page 284 - is a mighty man, and he will not come for thee, neither wilt thou be able to compel him." " It will be easy for me to compass this, although thou mayest think that it will not bo easy." "Though thou get this, there is yet that which thou wilt not get.
Page 284 - unseemly for him to leave his kingdom for thy sake, and he will never come hither." "It will be easy for me to compass this, although thou mayest think that it will not be easy." "Though thou get this, there is yet that which thou wilt not get. The Twrch Trwyth
Page 280 - It will be easy for me to compass this, although thou mayest think that it will not be easy." "Though thou get this, there is yet that which thou wilt not get. Throughout the world there is not a comb
Page 257 - the son of Llwyddeu, (Gwenabwy the daughter of [Kaw] was his mother, Hueil his uncle stabbed him, and hatred was between Hueil and Arthur because of the wound.) Drem the son of Dremidyd, (when the gnat arose in the morning with the sun, he could see it from Gelli Wie in Cornwall, as far off as Pen
Page 275 - easy for me to compass this." "Though thou get this, there is yet that which thou wilt not get. Seest thou yonder red tilled ground ?" " I see it." " When first I met the mother of this maiden, nine bushels of flax were sown therein, and none has yet sprung up, neither
Page 269 - Does she ever come hither, so that she may be seen ?" " She comes here every Saturday to wash her head, and in the vessel where she washes, she leaves all her rings, and she never either comes herself or sends any messengers to fetch them.
Page 284 - to compass this, although thou mayest think that it will not be easy." "Though thou get this, there is yet that which thou wilt not get. The Twrch Trwyth can never be hunted without the son of Alun Dyved ; he is well skilled in letting loose the dogs.
Page 285 - It will be easy for me to compass this, although thou mayest think that it will not be easy." "Though thou get this, there is yet that which thou wilt not get. The sword of Gwrnach the Giant; he will never be

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