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THE CAMBRIAN JOURNAL. ALBAN *fc * HEVIN. (summer solstice.) ESSAY ON THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF THE TRIAL BY JURY IN THE PRINCIPALITY OF WALES. By Prydain ap Aedd Mawr. No. II. ( Continued from page 36.J PRIVILEGED CONGRESSES. There are three principal sessions enumerated, in which the juridical principle was recognized and acted upon. They are thus spoken of:— " The three privileged congresses of the Isle of Britain, under the protection of the nation of the Cymry: the congress of the bards, which is the oldest in point of nobility; the congress of country and lord, that is, a court of law and judicature composed of judges and jurors; and the congress of confederate convention, which is a general assembly of country and adjoining country represented by the kings, elders, and sages of country and adjoining country, and convened for the purpose of enacting a law, and VOL. III. Q