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Bull-baiting in Cheshire, 321
Bury Walls, 151

C

Caergwrle Castle, 213, 228, 457
Cain, Reminiscences of the
Banks of the, 483
Caird, Dr., Address by, at
Aberystwyth College, 188
Caldecott, R., Memorial to, 136
Calendars of State Papers, 342
Cambrian Archæological As-
sociation at Aberyst-
wyth, 442; in Cornwall,
152
Cambrian Shakespeare, 456,
460

Cantlin Stone, 319
Cantre'r Gwaelod, tradition of,
127

Cardiff, Chair of Philosophy, 3;
Free Library, 411; Royal
Visit to, 394
Cardiganshire in the last Cen-
tury, 468
Carmarthen, First Books Prin-
ted at, 490, 493
Carmarthen Grammar School,
342
Carnarvon Castle and Edward
II., 44

Carnarvon, Old Town Houses
at, 224

Carnarvonshire, Old Forts in,

329

Carol Singing, 124, 195
Cat, An Oldish, at Nantglyn,
230

Catherine de Beran, 431
Ceil wart Stone, 110
Celtic Character, 258
Celtic Federation, 10
Chained Bible, 116

Chalice at Llanwnnws, 444
Chalice, Curious, 444
Cheshire, Murders and Man-

slaughters in, 479
Chess among the Welsh, 48, 89
Chester: Castle, historic table
in, 313; Curious case at,
353; Dee Mills burnt,
108; Dogs, 48, 159: Mad-
rigal Writers, 475; North
Wales Archæological So-
ciety in, 101, 475; Parish
Registers, A Hint for
Genealogists, 133; Roo-
dee, 83, 125
Chirck Castle, 257
Chirk

Castle Family and
Bloody Hand, 408, 417,
439

Chitral campaign honours, 275
Cholmondeley's (Lord) Pro-
perty Sold, 34
Chomley, R., committed to
Wigmore Castle, 139

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Cockpits in Wales, 424, 451, 489
Coins :
Aberystwyth, 470;
Penny of Offa, 108;
Shrewsbury, 475
Coleridge, his Love and his
Letters, 99
Combermere Abbey, 450; Es-

tate, sale of part of, 452
Commonwealth, The, and Llan-
yblodwel and Oswestry
Livings, 21

Condover, 169; Hall estate,136
Consistory Court of St. Asaph,
131

Corbet's (Mrs Elizabeth) Epi-
taph, 466

Conwy, M. W. G. Rowley,
Majority of, 66
Corfield, Rev W. Booth, 452
Corn, Inundation of, 436
Cornish Poet buried in Wales,
404, 415
Cornwall, Cambrian Archæo.
logical Association in, 152
Corwen, Rhyfel Owain at, 133
Cote of Woodcote, Re-grant to,
342

Country Dances, 411
Cox, D., Sale of Pictures by, 95;
Vale of Clwyd, 112
Crafnant Lake presented to
Llanrwst, 184
Craig-y-Ffynnon, 207
Crickhowell Volunteers, 165
Cromwellian Cannon Ball, 114
Cromwell, Oliver, Portrait of,
219, 246, 261
Culture of Nationalism, 209
Cunliffe, Foster, Majority of,

433
Cwm-Hir Abbey, 103, 280
Cycle, The, 209
CYMMRODORION SOCIETY:-
Abbey Cwm-Hir, 103
Annual Dinner, 24, 307, 501
Annual Meeting (1894), 7
(1895), 248

Arthur and Mongan, 307
Conversazione, 1895, 132,

1896, 357
Cymric Tribal System, 237

CYMMRODORION SOCIETY, con-
tinued.

Future of Welsh Education,
96

Gael and Brython, 378
The Story of Twrch Trwyth,
28

Welsh Calendar, 178

Literature, 501
Cynfran's Well, St., 293

D

Dalkeith, Lady, birth of son
to, 9
Darwin's (Charles) Modesty, 42
David's (St.) Day in London,

56

David, St., Mosaic of, in Houses
of Parliament, 326
David's, St., Pilgrimage to, 466,
474, 486

Davies, David, 213
Davies, Dr., of Mallwyd, 471
Davies, E., Dep. Lieut. of
Montgomeryshire, 54

Dee Mills, 78, 108
De Foe in the West, 19
Deifer's (St.) Well, 439
Deiniol's (St.) Library,213, 313,
475

Denbigh Eisteddfod, 1828, 9
Denbigh, Lordship of, 285
Denbigh, Opening of Smith-
field, 95

Denbighland, Complaint as to
Commons, 158
Dervel Gadarn and Forest the
Friar, 63
Deytheur, Grant at, 419
Diary, From an Old, 311
Dick Aberdaron, Letter by, 412
Dick y Ffidler, 88
Dinas Corddyn, 312
Dinas Mawddwy Corporation,
99; Fairs, 419
Diserth Castle, 309
Divining Rod, 188, 409, 457,
461, 477
Dogs, Chester, 48
Dogs in Church,
talhaiarn, 218
Dog Tongs, 356, 408, 421, 452
Dolgelley Geology of,357; Old
Hall, 460; When I was a
Boy, 167
Double Piscina, Llansant ffre id,
207

Llanfair-

Dovaston MSS., 425
Duel in Anglesey, 470
Dymock Family, 3, 342, 352,
370

E

Earthquake, 495
Easthope Church, 371
Eben Vardd's Diary, 249

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Brynford Church reopened,205
Caerwys Church restored,

168: reopened, 323
Dixon, Rev J., resigned, 165
Duke of Clarence Memorial
Church at Llandudno
opened, 129
Evans, Canon Silvan, insti-
tuted Chancellor of Ban-
gor, 147

Flint, New Church at, 413
Griffiths, Archdeacon,resigns
living, 481

Holbech, Rev H., resigns
Whittington, 348
Hook, Rev C., resigns Oswes-
try living, 377
Knight, Right Rev E., Bishop
of Shrewsbury, 23
Maentwrog Church reopened,
481

N.

Mostyn, Rev F., Vicar
Apostolic of Wales, 136,
174
Oswestry, Rev C. W.
Ogilvy, app., 508
Penrhos Chapel, Consecra-
tion of, 120
Percival, Dr., app. Bishop of
Hereford, 23

Wellington Church, Memo-
rial Windows in, 50
Welsh Clergy and Welsh
Language, 58

Welsh Congregationalism in
Liverpool, 168

Ysceifiog Church reopened
135

Ecclesall, Prebend of, 134
Edward I. and the Welsh Bards,

215; Demanding Alle-
giance for His Infant Son
(Picture), 78, 205
EISTEDDFODAU:-

Address on the, 23, 209
Archdruid's Robes, 165, 421
Davies, Mr. Ben, and the
Eisteddfod, 121
Denbigh, 1828, 9
Llandudno, 401, 415
Llanelly, 141, 147
Meredith's (G.), Prize, 119
Morris, William, and Rhys,
Ernest, on the Eistedd-
fod, 15
National Eisteddfod: Pro-
posed incorporation of,
160; Travelling Scholar-
ship, 4

pro-

EISTEDDFODAU, continued.
Newport Eisteddfod
claimed, 430
Oswestry and the Eistedd-
fod, 129

"Pagan" rites, Proposal to
abolish, 343
Pontyglyn, near, 348
Powis Provincial Eisteddfod,
116, 358

Powys Eisteddfod of 1824,
116

Salt Lake City, 225

Scott, Southey, &c., and the
Eisteddfod, 9

Election Bills, Old (Shropshire),
468, 480

Election Colours, 159, 165
Election, General, 137
Elections in the Olden Times,
21

Election Squibs, 132
Elizabeth, Insult to Queen, 94
Ellesmere, Complaints respect-

ing Tenants at, 145
Ellis, John (of Llandecwyn),
309

Ellis, Owen R., 293
Emlyn Lord, Lord-Lieutenant
of Pembrokeshire, 467
English College, Rome, 336,
348

Englynion in Latin, 4
Englynion on the Queen's Birth-
day, 101
Enigma, An, 76

Epic of the Rivers-Rheidol,
Severn, and Wye,360, 368

EPITAPHS:-

Aberedw, 245, 284
Afflictions Sore, 476
Baschurch, 487
Cheshire, 423
Chest, on, 327

Corbet's, Mrs E., 466
Llandrinio, at, 120
Llanfachreth, 207
Llanidloes, near, 131
Meredith Morgan, on, 327
My Sledge and Hammer, &c.,
120
Erddig Park, Inscription, 134
Errata, 40, 508

Ethnographical Survey, 232
233
Evance, Master, 145

Evan of Wales, 146, 205, 231,
323

Evans, Herber, app. Magis-
trate, 27
Eyton, Canon, 494

F

Fairy Pipes, 225
Fat Men, 416
Fazackerley, 332, 432

Ffynnon Darogan, 230, 279, 302

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Bird Omens, 224
Birds' Nests, 175
Bird Superstitions (Singing
early in hard weather),
53; Cuckoo, 85, 376;
Yellow Hammer, 84
Black Hog, 266

Black Lambs and Satan, 121
Black Pins, 200

Bran, Voyage of, 385
Bull-baiting in Cheshire, 321
Buried Iron, 183

Buried Treasure (Arian Dae-
ar), 62

Bushes, Hanging up, 176
Cae yr Arglwydd, 416
Carol Singing. 124

Carrog, 312, 340, 370, 487
Caseg Fedel, 228, 247, 336
Charms, 72, 404, 454

Cheshire Customs and Super-
stitions, 176

Chirk Castle Family and the
Bloody Hand, 408, 417,
439

Christening Custom, 328,

419

Christmas Carols, 195
Church Sites, Miraculous
Removal of, 232
Churchyard Games, 424
Chipping Ancient Stones, 92
Clipping the Church, 207,
228, 326

Cockfighting, Charms, 424;
Game Cocks. 369; at
Llanfyllin, 489; at Wrex-
ham, 451

Corpse, Drawing a, up a
Chimney, 444

Cottage Floors, Staining, 398,
437, 457
Cowlick, The, 415

FOLK-LORE, CUSTOMS, &c., con- | FOLK-LORE, CUSTOMS, &C., con.

tinued.

Cross, Sign of the, in Wales,

416

Crying the Sow, 460

Curo Tudur, 348

Customs of the Ancient
Welsh, 450
Customs, Old, 25
Cutting Notches, 200
Cutting the Finger Nails,
207, 413, 493

Cwn Bendith y Mammau, 444
Derfel Gadarn, 63

Devil, Struggle with the, 423
Divining Rod (see under D)
Dogs of Hell, 454

Dog Tongs (see under D)
Dragon, 351

Dragon's Blood, 176
Easter Carols, 125

Easter Custom - Collecting
eggs, &c., 125, 151, 164;
Hempand Flax, 187; Pour-
ing Water, 459
Easter Sunday, 219, 231
Epiphany Carols, 125
Exchanging Hair, 312, 332,

434

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tinued.

Llansantffraid Folk-lore, 184
Llanyblodwel Vestry, drink-
ing ale, 25
Llanymynech Hill, Ogo, 266,
280, 300

Looking for the Sun, 127
Losing Sight on Seeing Coin,
436

Ludlow, Curious Custom at,
8, 14, 17, 22
March am Mheirchion, 356,
469

Mari Lwyd and the White
Horse, 57, 86, 141, 258
Marling, 176
Martin's Day, St., in Wales,
419, 450

May-day at Llandudno, 86
Medical Recipes, 438, 454
Modern Superstitions, 134,
139, 149

Montgomeryshire Folk-lore,
121, 280

Monmouthshire Funeral
Customs, 203
Mounters, 50

Nursery Bell Rhymes, 231,
266, 279, 336

Nursery Rhyme (1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7), 339

Nuts

and Children,
Wheat, 450, 457

and

Old Customs, 25, 398, 437,
457

Old Oswestry, 363

Owl Superstition, 331, 374
Palm-leaves, Carrying, 313
Parish Folk-lore, 163, 184
Pastry Pigs, 171, 208
Ploughboy's Song, 42
Plygain, 8, 17, 26, 125, 151, 167
Pontesbury Wakes, 85, 111,

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Sword Stone, 455

Sympathetic Cures, 94, 225
Tantrabobus, 212, 435, 455
Teeth Superstitions, 200
Tommy on the Tub's Grave,
40, 45

Tree Hated by the Devil, 184,

197, 212, 405
Twrch Trwyth, 28, 280
Twelfth Night in Wales, 124
Walking the Bounds, 301
Water Spirits, 449, 457
Weather-lore, 21, 128, 296,
302, 368, 398

Wells, 230, 261, 279 (2), 289,
290, 293, 302, 304, 318, 342,
398, 439

Welsh and Irish Folk Tales,
379

Welsh Drovers and the Roll-
right Stones, 92

Welsh Gold Watch Folk-lore,
473

Welsh legend of the Dec,
57, 83

Welsh story-telling, 308
White Horse, 57, 86, 141, 187,
225, 258

Witchcraft in Wales, 260
Witchcraft on

Border, 124

the Welsh

Wye Fishing Proverb, 455
Yellow Hammer, 84, 304
Yew, 340, 417, 469
French Invasion of Pembroke
shire, Incidents of, 407,
454

French Protestants, Aid from
Mallwyd, 128
Frosts, Great, 26, 41
Fruit Nomenclature, 247

G

Gael and the Brython, 378
Game Cocks, 369
Gastayne, St., 295
Gawen, Syr, 246, 267

GENEALOGY;-

Botfield Family of Shrop-
shire, 17, 107, 129
De la Poles, 266, 272
Dymocks, 3, 342, 352, 370
Edwards of Carreghova Hall,
261, 272, 293, 319
Evances, 140, 145, 224
Houlston, 208

Hughes of Llanarmon, 452
Hughes of Ystrad, 437
Jarman, 208, 415
Jones, the Regicide, 2, 8
Owen Owen of Llwyn du, 455
Owens, Rev. O., Rector of

Trawsfynydd, 135, 195, 267
Powell, Thos., 171
Prys, Árch., Descendants of,
270

Symond of Dyffryn Clwyd,

295

Thomas, 469, 474
Traherne, 493

Trahernes of Castellan, 500
Watts, 80

Wynne [Thomas of Caerwys].
304, 320, 413
Gild Merchant, 258
Gipsy Funeral, 109
Gladstone, W. E., and Presby.
terianism, 488
Gladstone, W. E., Journey to
Aberystwyth, 394
Gladstone's (W. E) Books, 502
W. H., Memorial
"to, 320
Glan Geirionydd Bardic Con-
gress, 421

Glyndwr's (Owen) Armour, 50,
58; Badge, 272

Glyn Slate Quarry, 203
Goidelic Words in Brythonic,

226

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Hafrenydd, 217

H

Halkyn Mining Dividend, 296
Hanes Boreuol y Brython, 209
Hanmer of Flintshire, 175
Hanmer's Shakspeare, 399
Harcourt, Sir Simon, M.P. for
Cardigan Boroughs, 165
Harlech, 94
Harp, The, 26, 329
Harris, Howel, Love Affairs,285
Harrison, Col., Dep. Lieut. of
Montgomeryshire, 54
Harrison, Hugh R.E., Majority
of, 344

Haverfordwest in 1572, 411
Haverfordwest, Plague at, 82
Hawkstone Sale, 185, 482
Heber-Percy's book on Bashan,
213

Hemp and Flax in Shropshire,

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ILLUSTRATIONS, continued.
Ty Mawr Conventicle, 212
Weyman, Portrait of, 122
Weyman's House, &c., 123
Weyman's MS., 122
Wynn, C. W. W., 333
Inscriptions on Houses, &c.,
Erddig Park, 134
Ippikin the Robber, 371
Irishe Raskells and Pembroke-
shire, 452, 457

Irvine, F., app. Hon. Sec. of
Lancashire and Cheshire
Record Society, 146

J

Jacobites in Wales (see Wales)
James, Rev H. A., app. to
Rugby, 58

Jebb, A. T., Memorial to, 228
Jenkins, C.E., Majority of, 432
Jenkins, Sir J. Jones, Freedom

of Swansea presented to,
135

Johnson, Dr, at Gwaenynog,
299
Jones, Henry, Canon of St.
Asaph, 11

Jones, John, LL.D., 284, 296
Jones, Principal Viriamu, 309
Jones, R. E., Deputy Lieut, of
Montgomeryshire, 54
Jones the Regicide and his
Descendants, 2, 8
Jones, Thomas, of Oswestree,
348, 455

Jones, William, of Llangadfan,
195

Jubilee Week at Wynnstay,
31

Judges' Lost Perquisites, 334

K

Ieuan_ab Iwan ab Madoc of Kelsale's Diary, John, 92

Bettws, 257

ILLUSTRATIONS :-
Aberystwyth,

Alexandra
Hall, 392; Key of, 393
Aberystwyth College, 388
Edwards, O. M., Portrait of,
388
Humphreys Owen, A.

C.,

House,

M.P., Portrait of, 388
James, Ivor, Portrait of, 388
Jones, V., Portrait of, 390
Machynlleth, 394
Old Parliament
Machynlleth, 378
Oven, Dr Isambard, 390
Plas Machynlleth, House and
Family, 386, 388
Reichel, Principal, 390
Roberts, Principal, 390
Rodney's Pillar, 162

Ruabon County School, 357
Salop County Arms, 501

Kenyon, Hon. E., Memorial to,

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Llansilin, 169

Llanthony Abbey restored, 205
Llanwddyn A Hundred Years
Ago, 93

Llanyblodwel: Briefs at, 18, 40;
Church, Ancient Tomb
in, 421; Living, 21

Llanymynech Hill Ogo, 266
(See Folk-lore)

Llewelyn (Prince) Memorial,91,
112, 402

Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph, 230
Lloyd, E., of Llanforda,
Correspondence of, 140,
149, 170, 183, 196, 265, 324
Lloyds of Dolobran, 79, 118
Llwyd, Edward, 363
Llwyn Bryn Dinas, 198
Llywelyn, Mrs Pendrell, 474
Long, Lieut.-Col. Wigram, 18
Long Mountain-Beacon Ring,
&c., 163

Ludlow: Cromwell's Portrait,
86; Curious Custom at
(see Folk-lore); Friars'
House, 485; Loyal
Society, 183; M.P.'s for,

45
Luther, W., pensioned, 165

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Mam Cymru (Catherine de Merioneth, Clerks of Petty

Beran), 431

Manning, Salop, 26
Marches, Complaints against
the Lord President of the
Council of the, 459
Market Drayton: the Civil
War, 322

Marriage, A Complicated, 338
Marriage in Meeting House,
Imprisonment for, 433
Martin, Lady, 198
Martin, Sir T., made
K.C.R.V.O., 440

MARRIAGES-

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:

Sessions of, 454
Merionethshire Arms, 466;
County Hall, 465; ln-
scription, A, 50, 54;
Scraps, 465, 490
Meyricks, Singular Marriage
of, 324

Millbank, Powlett, Lord-lieu-
tenant of Radnor, 165
Millichope Park sold, 296
Mince Pie, An Ancient, 17
Montford Bridge: History of
Methodism there, 269;
How the Gospel came to,
269, 312; Sixty Years Ago,
311
Montgomery Castle, Re-edifi-
cation of, 485
Montgomery, Rev J. K., re-
tires, 357

Montgomeryshire, 471: Elec-

tion of 1774 (names of
electors), 499; Records,
280; Timber, 289; Yeo-
manry, 425

Monumental Effigy at Llanar-
mon-in-Yale, 44

Morgan, Bishop, 92

Morgan's (Bishop) Bible, 101
Morgan, David, the Welsh

Jacobite, 209

Gough- Lloyd-Edwards, 160 Morgan, Major J. B., 490

Joynson-Weaver, 141
Kenyon-Hunt, 303
Kenyon-Slaney-Whitmore,

90

Kingsford-Burton, 352
Leverson-Meredyth, 81
Lovett-Connell, 432
Nugent-Meyrick, 160
O'Brien-Foster, 272
Oldham-Corbett, 432
Ormond-Pugh, 276
Owen-Bankes, 81
Philips-Cooke, 290
Platt-Perry, 12
Plowden-Fitzherbert, 136
Pratt-Galliard, 296
Read-Pryce-Jones, 490
Taaffe-Boscawen, 134
Thruston Lawson, 336

Mortimers and their Fortresses
in Powysland, 121

Mostyn MSS., catalogued, 217
Mostyn, Sir P., birth of heir to,
151

Municipal Election Address,
Curious, 454

Myddelton Deeds, 280
Myddle, Canon Egerton on, 36
Mytton, Capt. D. H., Dep.-
Lieut of Montgomery-
shire, 54

Mytton, G. H., Majority of, 10
Mytton (Jack), 351, 438;
Chaplain, 302; Sale, 282

N

Nant Eos Cup, 226

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