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  • * British History Online *

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    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    lady was compelled to ride on horseback naked around Waun Treoda, as far as Waun Ddyfal, where both horse and rider were weary. In folk-etymology Waun Treoda means "the horse trots"; Waun Ddyfal, "the horse is weary." 22 About the

    Index, G

    of Powis ( d . 1466), mentioned, 155. Greyhound , The. See White Greyhound. Griffith , Griffith ap John, of Waun, co. Anglesea, 128 and n . Grimston (Grymston), Gabriel, of Edmonton, co. Middlesex, leases Prior's Grove to Burghley, 2.

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    Llanishen. It was divided into two portions, the Great Heath and the Little Heath, or in Welsh Mynydd Bach and Waun Ddyfal 17 respectively the latter lying towards Roath, east of the former. There is plenty of documentary evidence that

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    are entitled to free pasture on the commons there, called Mynydd Bychan, Y Waun Ddyfal and Treoda. Mynydd Bychan is called in English the Great Heath; Y Waun Ddyfal is the Little Heath, and Gwauntreoda is termed Whitchurch Common. Coed-y-gores

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    once uncultivated land lying to the north of Cardiff. The English name distinguishes it from the Little Heath, in Welsh Waun Ddyfal ("the waste mead,") which lies between the Great Heath and the town. The Great Heath was divided under

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    INCLOSU RES—co»/i««e</. 587 II. Petitions for Bills for Inclosures, &c—conned. 121. Rhayader (Radnor) ; lxxi. 40. Petition for leave to present the Bill, referred, 372. Leave given, 377. Bill presented, 396. JVof proceeded in.—-—Rhos. See supra, 57, (EgZan/sfacA.)——- Rhos-Hir-Waun Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Waterston, 117. Watford, 445. Wath, 56. Watling Street, Canterbury, 20, p. Watlington, 49.175. Wattis- field, 107. Wattisham, 454. Watton, 454. Waun, 445. Waven- don, 445. Waxholme and Tunstal, 444. Weathersfield, 56. Weaverham, 175. Weaverthorpe, 56. Wedmerpool and Wil- loughby on Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1767, 29 January 1767

    of York aforefaid, over Waun Ferry, through the Towns of Wann and Sutton, to the Ilolderneffe Turnpike, and fo on to the Towns of Iledon and Paitrington, in the faid Riding, and alfo the Roads from Waun aforefaid, to the Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1767, 3 March 1767

    High Road from Beverley over Waun Fern-, through the Towns of Waun and Sutton, to the Holder nefs Turnpike, and fo on to the Towns of Hedon and Pat- trington; and alfo the Roads from Waun aforefaid to the Turnpike Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 March 1768

    by the Lords, 27. Royal Affen-t, ibid. Thamts Street Road. Vide Oxford. Thearne Road to HeJon and Pattrington, and from Waun to Bridlington, P<tition fora Bill to repair; referred to a Com¬ mittee; 29 Reported; Bill to rep^r from Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1: lg? 11 ffdopbbian ,mrttg. ? - ? . __; ; I. UNDEB CEEDDOROL DIRWESTWYR ARDUDWY.- Cynbaliwyd pwyllgor yr Undeb uchod yn Penrhyndeu- draeth, Awst 14, 1873. Yr oedd yn bresenol L. H. Thoma~s, Ysw., liywydd, a chynrychiolwyr! dros Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cant o aelodan eydd wedi gadaelyr urdd Cafwyrd hefyd adrqddild .o'r Penrhyn, ,gan ,y ,Brawd ta Parch. Thomas. WiZliamns,. o Waun, y,.Bala igan un d o'r lBsrodr. Yna afwyd adroddi -d igan, Biwd ::E. aJonftharno w.eithrejiadauPwyllgor y TIyst-ysgrfu. Dywedodd fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owen , Llandrillo. Yr ail ddosbartb, beb olwynion,-1, John Jones, Cefnrowen, 30s. 2, David Thomas, Boethbog, 20s.; 3, Thomas Edwards, Waun, lSs.; 4, Griffith -Jones, Llwyniarth, 10s. Gwneuthurwyr yr erydr oeddynt, 1, 2, a'r 4, Mr. John. Owen, Llandrillo, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fyned i fyny i Faniedd am 10.30, asm, 3. Cafwyd hanes yr achos yn Dinas, Mallwyd, Aberangell, Nanthir, Cemaes, a'r Waun a dywedwyd fod yr achos yn dal ei dir ymhob uno 'r lleoedd hyn, ao fod ilawer o ifyddlondeb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i dressio. " Yr wyf fi yn cofio y yn dda," meddai Evan Emwnt, "am Richard, ceit- b mon y Waun wen. Yr oedd ganddo dri phen onr oeffylau goreu ye y Cwm. wrth bedrolfen y ihan i fynychaf, a Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report on Australian languages and traditions, 1872

    Miredul, Inar, Yambuli, Burian and Tun, Yuru, Kurra, Kurril, Guren, TJgan, Diril or Dttril, Wurrian, Karui, Nizil and Piririqul, Wozgun, Waun , and Warn, Quai, Bilar, Qurara, Yiirul, Bui'iar, Maieri, and Yaraga, Buli, Gaulan and Gunagulla, Yurumi and Mi, Tulumi, Subscribers-only content

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