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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Britain

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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Britain

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Celtic Folklore : Welsh and Manx

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Celtic Britain

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Celtic Britain

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Celtic Britain : With Two Maps, And Woodcuts of Coins

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The Celtic Inscriptions of Cisalpine Gaul

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...THE CELTIC INSCRIPTIONS by JOHN RHYS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org O... ... VI Title: THE CELTIC INSCRIPTIONS OF CISALPINE GAUL, VOL. VI Author: JOHN RHYS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World... ...net THE BRITISH ACADEMY The Celtic Inscriptions of Cisalpine Gaul By Sir John Rhys Fellow of the Academy \^From the Proceedings of the British Acade... ...rrections Price 10/6 net THE CELTIC INSCRIPTIONS OF CISALPINE GAUL By sir JOHN RHYS FELLOW OF THE ACADEMY Read Jan. 29, 1913. Thts paper is a belated...

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Celtic Folklore, Welsh and Manx : Vol. 2

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...CELTIC FOLKLORE by JOHN RHYS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org W... ... MANX, VOL. II Title: CELTIC FOLKLORE WELSH AND MANX, VOL. II Author: JOHN RHYS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World... ...NBURGH, AND NEW YORK CELTIC FOLKLORE WELSH:- A-NJO>:,' : .MANX ' , ' ' BY JOHN RHYS; M.A.;,E)/LiTT. HON. LL.D. OF THE UNIVERSlfY OF EDINBURGH PROFESS... ...l is preserved in verses printed among the compositions of the local poet, John F. M. Dovaston, who published his works in 1825. The first stanza runs... ...to Mr. J. P. Owen, of 72 Comeragh Road, Kensington, and partly to the Rev. John Fisher, already quoted at p. 379. This is the parish where somewould l... ...he corresponding Sanskrit nidha. There is one very interesting compound of rhys, namely the saint's name Rhwydrys, as it were RSdo-rostus to be compar... ...d, 365. Gwynwy, 361. Gybi, 365. Gywer, 376,401,419, 691. Marcros, 356. Pen Rhys, 356. ffynnon reibio, 357. Ffynnon Saethon, 364. y Saint, 364. yr Yche... ..., 14. Rhyd y Gloch, 265. Rhyd--Bu, 107. Rhyderch, 188-91. Rhygyfarch, 219. Rhys, 530. -Bwm's children, 151, 158-60, 231. Bwfn's country, 159. Goch Ery... ...Canon, 130. , Evan, 230. , Jane, 221. , Owen, 207. , Sir Robert, 478. , S. Rhys, 89. ofTrefriw,Thos.,28o, , William, 193. Williams-Ellis,J.C., 368, 37...

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Celtic Folklore, Welsh and Manx : Vol. 1

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...CELTIC FOLKLORE WELSH by JOHN RHYS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org A... ...ND MANX, VOL. I Title: CELTIC FOLKLORE WELSH AND MANX, VOL. I Author: JOHN RHYS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World... ... OXFORD LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND NEW YORK CELTIC FOLKLORE WELSH AND MANX BY JOHN RHtS, M.A., D.Lnr. HON. LL.D. OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH PROFESSOR... ...y with confidence, that in the multi- tude of counsellors there is safety. JOHN RHtS. JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD, Christmas, 1900. CONTENTS PAGE GOEGRAPHI... ...ns, 245. ,, : D. Silvan Evans, in his Ysten Stoned, 271-3. PONTERWYD: John Rhys, 294, 338, 378, 391, 392. : Mary Lewis (Modryb Mari), 601,602. SWYB FF... ...7-9. ILANBERIS ILANDEGAI Mrs. Rhys and her relatives, 31-6, 604. M. and O. Rhys, 229. A correspondent in the Liverpool Mercury, 366, 367. Howell Thoma... ...the Brython for 1860, 164. PENMACHNO : Gethin Jones, 204-6. RHYD Du : Mrs. Rhys, 604. TREFRIW : Morris Hughes and J. D. Maclaren, 198-201. : Pierce Wi... ...TSHIRE. Nil. GLAMORGANSHIRE. BRIDGEND : J. H. Davies, D. Brynmor-Jones, J. Rhys, 354, 355. CRYMLYN : Cadrawd, in the South Wales Daily News, 405, 406.... ...89), 476, 562. : Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur, with a preface by John Rhys, published by J. M. Dent & Co. (London, 1893), 543, 565- MAPES : Gualt...

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Lectures on Welsh Philology

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...LECTURES ON WELSH by JOHN RHYS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org P... ...lic Library.org PHILOLOGY Title: LECTURES ON WELSH PHILOLOGY Author: JOHN RHYS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World... ...BALLANTVNE, HANSON AND CO. EDINBURGH AND LONDON LECTURES WELSH PHILOLOGY. JOHN EHYS, M.A., LATE FELLOW OF MERTON COLL., OXFORD, PERPETUAL MEMBER OF T... ...mac's Glossary ; Res patres, for the genitives Ris patris, ' of his father Rhys,' and speretus on a stone at Llantwit Major. With Res patres compare w... ...op Morgan's Bible in 1588, and of the Welsh Homilies in 1606 : so when Dr. John Davies of Mallwyd came to publish his Welsh Grammar,which was printed ... ...enaid to be expected, probably under the influence of the 0. Welsh Jouan ' John,' with which it may have been popularly associated. The other has surv... ...uwch, Welsh, 103 BTiwd, Welsh, 97 Rhwyd, Welsh, 79 Rhydeym, Welsh, 30, 250 Rhys, Welsh, 246, 247 Rhys ah Tewdwr, 187 ElALOBBANl, 381, 413 EiOATl, 177,...

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The Englyn. The Origin of the Welsh Englyn and Kindred Metres

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...dited and Translated by the Rev. A. W. Wade-Evans Correspondence between Dr. John Davies of Mallwyd and Sir Sirnonds D'Ewes. Transcribed by Edward Owe... ...h the owner of the Grail. 1 None of these 1 Compare, as to this supposition, Rhys, The Arthurian Legend. The true original of Brons, who catches a fis... ...l, himself a member of an old Carmarthenshire family, and whose kinsman, Sir John Aubrey, was imprisoned for adherence to the King, to the King's appe... ...e Jeffreys ; Sir William Glynne, Baronet, M.P. for county Carnarvon 1659-60; John Pugh, of Mathafarn, Montgomeryshire, who was M.P. for county Cardiga... ...ardigan 1705-8, and for county of Mont- gomery in five Parliaments, 1708-27; John Wynne, of Melai, Denbighshire, M.P. for Denbigh 1713; William Price,... ...ncy of a woman of bush and brake, until she shall have given birth 1 1 Prof. Rhys, in reply to my request as to this and anotherpassage ( see next not... ... LANE. 1905. Cbe englpm THE ORIGIN THE WELSH ENGLYN KINDRED METRES. BY JOHN RHYS, M.A., D.Litt., Professor of Celtic and Principal of Jesus College, ... ...lion." 1905. Z$t Qxi%in of t$t TX>dB§ fen%fyn ani (Kinbrefc (WldxtB. By JOHN RHYS, M.A., D. Litt. Part I. Inscriptional Data. Some twelve or thirteen ... ...Howel or Hywel, which led him to identify Houelt with a certain Howel son of Rhys, belonging to the ninth century. Nevertheless, I have no objection t...

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The Celtic Inscriptions of Gaul, Additions and Corrections

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...THE CELTIC INSCRIPTIONS by JOHN RHYS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org O... ...F GAUL, VOL. V Title: THE CELTIC INSCRIPTIONS OF GAUL, VOL. V Author: JOHN RHYS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World... ...H ACADEMY The Celtic Inscriptions of Gaul Additions and Corrections By Sir John Rhys Fellow of the Academy [From the Proceedings of the British Academ... ...10/6 net THE CELTIC INSCRIPTIONS OF GAUL ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS By SIR JOHN^RHYS FELLOW OF THE ACADEMY Read Nov. 22, 1911. This paper is miscellan... ...le Ab Ein(i)on yields Beinon or Beynon. One is tempted to ask, whence came John Bunyan's surname ? The next word to require notice is OB IIRT II, whic... ...ky month, is marked lucky ; and this vocable, as has been noted by SirJohn Rhys, though occurring upwards of 200 times, is never affixed to an even-nu...

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Celtic Britain

By: Rhys, John, Sir 1840-1915

...... ...& J. B. YOUNG & CO. 1882. ^ OF TH "' EARLY BRITAIN. CELTIC BRITAIN. BY J. RHYS, M.A., PROFESSOR OF CELTIC IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD ; FELLOW OF JES... ...generated into very curious and fantastic forms. It has been calculated by John Evans, the greatest authority on the subject, that the inhabitants of ... ...ve been regarded ' There is one, we believe, m the British Museum, and Mr. John Evans possesses another, which he has kindly allowed the author to ins... ..., though they had begun to adopt Goidelic names, just as, in Wales, many a John Jones has that English name, though he cannot speak English or pronoun... ...e weather ; but a few years before it was care- fully examined by the Rev. John Wordsworth, who has kindly communicated the following reading to me : ... ...ormerly called Di?io?-dd7cn'g, the fortress of the Ordovices: see Duppa's "Johnson's Tour in N. Wales," p. 198, where it is spelt Dinon-ddivi^. But st...

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The Englyn. The Origin of the Welsh Englyn and Kindred Metres : Volume 17-18

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