32 H.O. 52/35/512-4, Davies to Home Office, 11 May 1837; 523-4, H. Vaughan, Llangoedmore Place, near Cardigan to J. Phillips, 28 May 1837. "H.O. 52/35/521, Capt. C. H. Roberts, Cardigan to the Home Office, 16 May 1837. 34H.0.52/35/513-4, Davies to Home Office, 11 May 1837. 35H.0. 52/35/512, Davies to Home Office, 11 May 1837 36 Constabulary Force in England and Wales: First Report of the Commissioners, P.P., 1839 (169), Vol. XIX, p.44. "H.O. 52/35/512, Davies to Home Office, 11 May 1837; 521, Roberts to H.O., 16 May 1837. 38 Carmarthen Journal, 28 July and 4 August 1837. 39 Cambrian, 10 August 1839. 40H.O.45/Box 4085D/item 62, G. Butler, Office of Ordnance to H. Waddington, Whitehall, 30 January 1852; Box 5128, items 4-8, January 1853. 41 H.O.45/Box 3472S/items 3-6, George R. Trevor to the Home Office, 10 November 1851. 42H.O.45/4085D/items 64-7, Major General Love, District Headquarters, Carmarthen to H. Waddington, Whitehall, 6 September 1852. 43H.O.45/4085D/68-69, T. Edwards to Major General Love, 11 September 1852. 44 Welshman, 23 April 1847. "Carmarthen Journal, 23 and 30 March 1849. 46 The account which follows is based on reports published in the Welshman and the Carmarthen Journal, 2 and 30 June 1848. 47 The following account is based on reports in the Carmarthen Journal, 12 and 19 April 1850, and in the Welshman, 12, 19, 26 April and 5 July 1850. 48 Welshman, 26 April 1850. The incident is, however, of particular interest since it provides the only reference to the election of a female 'spokesperson'. 49 The surviving police records suggest that a great deal of police time was devoted to surveillance of the ceffyl pren; e.g. in the Cenarth area (c.1870) police constables spent several nights watching out for rumoured ceffyl pren processions (N.L.W.MS. 21727B, Adpar Police Book 1870-74, entries for 2 and 20 December 1870).