Gwaith, dan olygiad D.S. Evans

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1868
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Page 316 - ... promises, kindly stepped in, and carried him away, to where the wicked cease from troubling, and where the weary are at rest ! It is during the time that we lived on this farm, that my little story is most eventful.
Page 267 - Welsh, might have informed him that they had two such mounds, one on the north and the other on the south of the Dee.
Page 248 - Establishment, and the means of exciting among its members a spirit of devotion, to which the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and Church Union, in the diocese of St David's, adjudged a premium of 50 in December 1820 ; by Rev.
Page 115 - She took a thin, forked, hazel twig, about ten inches long, and held it by the end, the joint pointing downwards. When she came to a place where water was under the ground, the twig immediately bent, and the motion was more or less rapid as she approached or withdrew from the spring. When just over it, the twig turned so quick as to snap, breaking near...
Page 201 - ... and Jenkin, from the latter of whom sprang a long succession of knightly descendants. Two of these were created baronets.
Page 198 - He was governor of Denbigh Castle in the reigns of Edward VI., Mary, and Elizabeth.
Page 210 - Reasons for rejecting the Welsh Orthography that is proposed and attempted to be introduced with a view of superseding the system that has been established since the publication of Dr. Davies's Grammar and Dictionary, and Bishop Parry's edition of the Welsh Bible, and that of 1630.
Page 190 - Oak, pendent to a ribbon, about their necks ; but it was thought proper to lay it aside, lest it might create heats and animosities, and open those wounds afresh, which at that time were thought prudent should be healed...
Page 289 - ... around the globe, yet the universal law of gravitation would have been sufficient to maintain the equilibrium of the mighty oceans. They are, in fact, but one ocean, though diversified by various names in different parts, for the convenience of geographers and navigators. They obey the same law, prescribed by the great Creative Power, who set limits to each division, by saying, "Hitherto shalt thou come, and no further: and here shall thy proud waves be stayed." It is therefore contrary to the...
Page 76 - A Gothic bishop perhaps thought it proper to repeat such a form in such particular shoes or slippers ; another fancied it would be very decent if such a part of public devotions were performed with a mitre on his head and a crosier in his hand.

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