CONTENTS Page MEDIEVAL 'OVERKINGSHIP' IN WALES: THE EARLIEST EVIDENCE. By N. J. Higham 145 THE RISE OF PLAS NEWYDD: SIR NICHOLAS BAYLY AND COUNTY ELECTIONS IN ANGLESEY, 1734-84. By Peter D. G. Thomas 160 'A FAIR AND JUST DEMAND'?: TITHE UNREST IN CARDIGANSHIRE, 1796-1823. By Jill Barber 177 THE PARLIAMENT FOR WALES CAMPAIGN, 1950-56. By J. Graham Jones 207 REVIEWS Bromwich, Jarman and Roberts (eds.), The Arthur of the Welsh: by Glanmor Williams Loyn, Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Conquest: by John S. Moore Thomas, Brecon, 1093-1660: by David Walker Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales: Glamorgan Inventory, III: by K. W. B. Lightfoot Frame, The Political Development of the British Isles, 1100-1400, and Davies, Domination and Conquest: by J. R. S. Phillips Carr, Owen of Wales: by P. S. Lewis Doe, Fundamental Authority in late Medieval English Law: by Hector L. MacQueen Griffiths, King and Country: by G. L. Harriss Jones (gol.), Gwaith Llywarch ap Llywelyn Pryddyd y Moch: gan A. D. Carr D. Loades, The Reign of Mary Tudor: by S. J. Gunn Peck (ed.), The Mental World of the Jacobean Court: by Ronald Hutton Mitchison (ed.), Why Scottish History Matters: by Glanmor Williams Ellis, The Story of the Harp in Wales: by David Evans Lloyd, The Port of Caernarfon, 1793-1900, and Pwllheli, the Port and Mart of Llyn: by Moelwyn I. Williams Hughes, The Brecon Forest Tramroads: by R. V. Barnes Continued on inside back cover