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Vol. I. 1892. May <z June. THK ^flFFraflp!|pns|iPF * JJBisrpliang 3£nb |Mps %* <^uprips for j8ouf|-Hpsf Wak, (INCORPORATING "CAERMARTHENSHIRE NOTES"). EDITED IB"^ ARTHUR MEE, IF. !R,-.A.. S, « CONTENTS * • Antiquarian, Topographical, &C— Hunting the Wren in Pembrokeshire—Extraor¬ dinary Phenomenon at Caermarthen, 1681—Llaneliy Church Registers : Baptisms—M.P.'s for Pembroke, Caermarthen, and Cardigan, 1640-60 (W. D. Pink)—Notes about North Wales (Mrs. Watncy)—Recollections of Old Caermarthen—A Walk through Old Caermarthen —The Last Man in Caermarthen Pillory—The Two Moridunums—A Plood at Llangadock— The Cup of Nanteos (the late J. Rowland)—Arthur's Stone, Grower—Curious Discovery at Kidwelly Castle (J. H. Truscott—with Illustration)—Welsh Apathy in Matters Antiquarian and Historical (The Editor)—Ann of Swansea—Kcsemblance between Welsh and Negro Superstitions (Mrs. Watney)—What Methodism Owes to South-West Wales—Langum and its People—Ruined Chapels in Caermarthenshire— A Methodist Plan, 1797—A Caermarthenshire Election Address 35 Years Ago—The Welsh People and S. David's Cathedral, 1798—A Batch of Queries. General/Contributions, Poetry, &C—Eastertide (A. M.)—Reminiscences of New¬ foundland (It. Callard)—The Wooded Glen (A Macintosh)—A Little Sunbeam (Miss Palmer, Llaneliy)—Mr. R. C. Jenkins, R.A.M. {with Portrait)—Craig-y-Nos (A. M.)—The Evening Star (A. M.)—Editorial Notes. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION (payable in advance J, 3s.; Postage, 6d. o- + /y CAERMARTHEN: Offices of "The Welshman." LLANELLY: The Emtob, New Road. LONDON : Elliot Stock, Paternoster Row. dyblyg;on \ DUPLICATES *d