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The first God protect us from a general oversurging billow has rolled beyond the the heavenly May " sea beach. A greater tree than he, Taronwy, there has " not afford us a sanctuary, round the proud celesto been, f tial circle. '* W. * But the accuracy of lest puted, I poem, in Mr. Owen's own " Were " I to be dis- translation should version. " And such is the candid translation, with which our ingenious lexicographer gratified the cubefore he published his Llyvarch Hen, and announced the principles of the cHair of Gla- rious, only two years morgan.

35. Prydwen, wyr nod, 7. Tair p. 45. p. 48. blynedd dihedd, p. 49. 8. Tri dillyn diachor. * Wotton's Leg. Wall. L, IV. p. 298. p. 20, so 9. Tair llyngcs yn aches. 10. Tri 11. 12. diwedydd cad. Tri phriawd Gwlad, p. 64. Trydedd dovn doethur. 13. Tri chynweisad. 14. Tri chyvarwydd, p. 65, &c. &c. That Triads were perfectly familiar to the age of Aneurin Taliesin, is a fact which needs no farther proof: and I and know of no reason committed Some of Bards, are to surmise, had not been that they to writing before that period.

35 Trahaearn or the first brought forward as the founder of the chair, president ; and yet the members have neither is document nor certain tradition, by which they can identify the genuine composition qf this father of the society. * is 5. But most of all, the information which Mr. Owen communicates, from the authority of the chair vises some suspension of confidence itself, ad- in the acts *>f this society. " This faith, x surely a very compliant system, tql/aEy different from the idea which I had formed of the primitive Bards or -^c___; ^_^^ Druids, as sticklers for invetefa*^Q|>inion9J and superstitious rites.

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