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In the Claws of the German Eagle

By: Albert Rhys Williams

...Table of Contents: In the Claws of the German Eagle, 1 -- Albert Rhys Williams, 1 -- Instead Of A Preface, 1 -- Part I. The Spy?Hunters Of Belgium, 4 -- Chapter I. A Little German Surprise Party, 4 -- Chapter II. Sweating Under The German Third Degree, 9 -- Chapter III. A Night On A Prison...

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Rhys Williams

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... Sportspeople R. H. Williams (rugby player) (1930–1993), Welsh rugby union player; full name Rh... .... Williams (rugby player) (1930–1993), Welsh rugby union player; full name Rhys Haydn Williams Rhys Williams (rugby player, b... ...(rugby player) (1930–1993), Welsh rugby union player; full name Rhys Haydn Williams Rhys Williams (rugby player, born 1980), ... ...ugby player, born 1980), Welsh rugby union player Rhys Williams (hurdler) (born 1984), Welsh athlete ... ...player, born 1980), Welsh rugby union player Rhys Williams (hurdler) (born 1984), Welsh athlete Reec... ...lliams (hurdler) (born 1984), Welsh athlete Reece Williams (born 1985), Australian rugby player Rhys... ...ece Williams (born 1985), Australian rugby player Rhys Williams (rugby player born 1988), Welsh rugby union player who plays ... ... player who plays at centre for Llanelli Scarlets Rhys Williams (footballer) (born 1988), England-based Australian profession... ...stralian professional association football player Rhys Williams (rugby league) (born 1989), Welsh rugby league player ...

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Short History of Wales

By: Owen M. Edwards

...tory of the Nations" series; and a still fuller one in The Welsh People of Rhys and Brynmor Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various periods ... ...or Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various periods I may mention Rhys' Celtic Britain, Owen Rhoscomyl's Flame Bearers of Welsh History, Henr... ... late David Lewis, T. F. Tout, J. E. Lloyd, D. Lleufer Thomas, W. Llywelyn Williams, J. Arthur Price, J. H. Davies, J. Ballinger, Edward Owen, Hubert ... .... Arthur Price, J. H. Davies, J. Ballinger, Edward Owen, Hubert Hall, Hugh Williams, R. A. Roberts, A. W. Wade-Evans, E. A. Lewis. These are only a fe... ... gentry in strong loyalty. The most famous Welshman of the period was John Williams, who became Archbishop of York and Lord Keeper. He was a wise man;... ...ets in the period of the people. In 1579 Rees Prichard was born; in 1717, Williams Pant y Celyn; in 1832, Islwyn. We have, in these three, writers ty... ...oks, but on the memory of the people. In the same valley, a century later, Williams Pant y Celyn wrote hymns, melodious and inspiring, of great poetic...

...Latin or Welsh. A fuller outline may be read in The Story of Wales, in the Story of the Nations series; and a still fuller one in The Welsh People of Rhys and Brynmor Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various periods I may mention Rhys' Celtic Britain, Owen Rhoscomyl's Flame Bearers of Welsh History, Henry Owen's Gerald the Welshman, Bradley's Owen Glendower, Newel...

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Juliet Rhys-Williams

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...Juliet Evangeline, Lady Rhys-Williams, DBE, DStJ née Glyn (1898 – 1964), was a British ... ...illan about political and economic issues. Following World War II, Lady Rhys-Williams became Honorary Secretary of the Economic Section, Congress o... ... about political and economic issues. Following World War II, Lady Rhys-Williams became Honorary Secretary of the Economic Section, Congress of Eur... ...economic and political issues relating to Europe and European Union. Lady Rhys-Williams was a governor of the BBC from 1952 to 1956. During this ti... ...mic and political issues relating to Europe and European Union. Lady Rhys-Williams was a governor of the BBC from 1952 to 1956. During this time sh... ...n's Hour . She was also interested in film. Together with her husband Sir Rhys Rhys-Williams she formed a company that filmed the books of her mother... .... She was also interested in film. Together with her husband Sir Rhys Rhys-Williams she formed a company that filmed the books of her mother Elinor G... ...or Glyn . She was also involved in the development of colour film. Juliet Rhys-Williams was also concerned with health issues. She was Honorary Treas... ...nal Birthday Trust Fund. As her husband's estates were in Wales, Juliet Rhys-Williams spent much time there, and became involved with Welsh issues....

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Short History of Wales

By: Owen M. Edwards

...ory of the Nations" series; and a still fuller one in The Welsh People of Rhys and Brynmor Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various peri... ...or Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various periods I may mention Rhys' Celtic Britain, Owen Rhoscomyl's Flame Bearers of Welsh History, H... ...e late David Lewis, T. F. Tout, J. E. Lloyd, D. Lleufer Thomas, W. Llywelyn Williams, J. Arthur Price, J. H. Davies, J. Ballinger, Edward Owen, Hube... .... Arthur Price, J. H. Davies, J. Ballinger, Edward Owen, Hubert Hall, Hugh Williams, R. A. Roberts, A. W. Wade−Evans, E. A. Lewis. These are only ... ... gentry in strong loyalty. The most famous Welshman of the period was John Williams, who became Archbishop of York and Lord Keeper. He was a wise ... ...poets in the period of the people. In 1579 Rees Prichard was born; in 1717, Williams Pant y Celyn; in 1832, Islwyn. We have, in these three, writer... ...oks, but on the memory of the people. In the same valley, a century later, Williams Pant y Celyn wrote hymns, melodious and inspiring, of great poe...

...tin or Welsh. A fuller outline may be read in The Story of Wales, in the ?Story of the Nations? series; and a still fuller one in The Welsh People of Rhys and Brynmor Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various periods I may mention Rhys? Celtic Britain, Owen Rhoscomyl?s Flame Bearers of Welsh History, Henry Owen?s Gerald the Welshman, Bradley?s Owen Glendower, Newel...

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Rhys Williams (Welsh-American actor)

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...er to: Sportspeople R. H. Williams (rugby player) (1930–1993), Welsh rugby union player; full name Rh... .... Williams (rugby player) (1930–1993), Welsh rugby union player; full name Rhys Haydn Williams Rhys Williams (rugby player, b... ...(rugby player) (1930–1993), Welsh rugby union player; full name Rhys Haydn Williams Rhys Williams (rugby player, born 1980), ... ...ugby player, born 1980), Welsh rugby union player Rhys Williams (hurdler) (born 1984), Welsh athlete ... ...player, born 1980), Welsh rugby union player Rhys Williams (hurdler) (born 1984), Welsh athlete Reec... ...lliams (hurdler) (born 1984), Welsh athlete Reece Williams (born 1985), Australian rugby player Rhys... ...ece Williams (born 1985), Australian rugby player Rhys Williams (rugby player born 1988), Welsh rugby union player who plays ... ... player who plays at centre for Llanelli Scarlets Rhys Williams (footballer) (born 1988), England-based Australian profession... ...stralian professional association football player Rhys Williams (rugby league) (born 1989), Welsh rugby league player ...

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The Fairyfaith in Celtic Countries

By: W. Y. Evans Wentz

..., and all else that is noblest in the human soul.' The Right Hon. Sir John Rhys. 'There, neither turmoil nor silence · 'Though fair the sight of Er... ...ned in the essay presented to the Oxford examiners, the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys and Mr. Andrew Lang; and, therefore, I alone assume entire responsi... ...el (Scotland); Miss Sophia Morrison (Isle of Man); the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys (Wales); Mr. Henry Jenner (Cornwall); Professor Anatole Le Bras (B... ...xford University I have run up a long account with the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys, the Professor of Celtic, who has introduced me to the study of Mod... ...ngs Celtic under the direction of the Oxford Professor of Celtic, Sir John Rhys, I began to travel in Wales, Ireland, Scotland, and Brittany, and t... ...m no more than a night.' FAIRY TRIBES IN MONTGOMERYSHIRE From Mr. D. Davies−Williams, who outlined for me the Montgomeryshire belief in the Tylwyth ... ...place near Aberystwyth. (1) TESTIMONY FROM A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Mr. David Williams, J.P., who is a member of the Cymmrodorion Society of Carmarth... ...n Celtic Countries Taking Evidence (Section I, Chapter II, part 4) 110 Mr. Williams's testimony continues, and leads us directly to the Psychologi... ...n the chapter dealing with Re−birth (pp. 390 − 1) we shall record what Mr. Williams said about Druids, and here what he said about ghosts and appa...

...him the makings of a great race, with its highest notions of duty and right, and all else that is noblest in the human soul.? The Right Hon. Sir John Rhys. ?There, neither turmoil nor silence, ?Though fair the sight of Erin?s plains, hardly will they seem so after you have known the Great Plain... ?A wonder of a land the land of which I speak; no youth there grows to old a...

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Rhys Williams (rugby player born 1988)

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The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries

By: W. Y. Evans Wentz

... and all else that is noblest in the human soul.' The Right Hon. Sir John Rhys. 'There, neither turmoil nor silence · 'Though fair the sight of Erin... ...ed in the essay presented to the Oxford examiners, the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys and Mr. Andrew Lang; and, therefore, I alone assume entire responsibil... ...el (Scotland); Miss Sophia Morrison (Isle of Man); the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys (Wales); Mr. Henry Jenner (Cornwall); Professor Anatole Le Bras (Britt... ...xford University I have run up a long account with the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys, the Professor of Celtic, who has introduced me to the study of Modern... ...ngs Celtic under the direction of the Oxford Professor of Celtic, Sir John Rhys, I began to travel in Wales, Ireland, Scotland, and Brittany, and to c... ... no more than a night.' FAIRY TRIBES IN MONTGOMERYSHIRE From Mr. D. Davies-Williams, who outlined for me the Montgomeryshire belief in the Tylwyth Teg... ...lace near Aberystwyth. (1) TESTIMONY FROM A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Mr. David Williams, J.P., who is a member of the Cymmrodorion Society of Carmarthen, ... ...weather the Sheep of Gwenhidw.' (1) 'Tylwyth Teg' as Aerial Beings.÷ Mr. Williams's testimony continues, and leads us directly to the Psychological ... ...n the chapter dealing with Re-birth (pp. 390 - 1) we shall record what Mr. Williams said about Druids, and here what he said about ghosts and appariti...

...ly granted. But the present work contains considerable material not contained in the essay presented to the Oxford examiners, the Right Hon. Sir John Rhys and Mr. Andrew Lang; and, therefore, I alone assume entire responsibility for all its possible shortcomings, and in particular for some of its more speculative theories, which to some minds may appear to be in conflict w...

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Rhys Williams (rugby player, born 1980)

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...al rugby union team as a full-back and winger. During the 2005-2006 season Williams was the captain of the Cardiff Blues. Educated... ...sh-medium primary school in Cowbridge) and Cowbridge Comprehensive School, Rhys Williams is a versatile back, who has played at wing, centre and full ... ...dium primary school in Cowbridge) and Cowbridge Comprehensive School, Rhys Williams is a versatile back, who has played at wing, centre and full back ... ... full-back. In the early part of the 2005 Six Nations, Williams was out of the Wales side with thumb ligament damage, but came on ...

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Welsh Fairy Tales

By: William Elliot Griffis

...Welsh, as did also those three great prophets of spiritual liberty, Roger Williams, William Penn, and Thomas Jefferson, is still further ground for ... ...rsonal names was William; which, when that of a father's son, was written Williams and was only the Latin for Gild Helm, or Golden Helmet. Long a... ...ut the Mabinogion into English, and Renan, and Arnold, and Rolleston, and Rhys, in prose, competed in praise of the heritages from the old time. Pop...

... matter of pride to your descendants. That you were born in Wales and spoke Welsh, as did also those three great prophets of spiritual liberty, Roger Williams, William Penn, and Thomas Jefferson, is still further ground for pride in one?s ancestry. Now, in the perspective of history we see that our Washington and his compeers and Wilkes, Barre, Burke and the friends of Ame...

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Dafydd Williams

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...pacewalks combined for a total duration of 17 hours and 47 minutes. In 1998, Williams became the first non-American to hold a senior management posi... ... in emergency medicine at the University of Toronto, in 1988. Medical career Williams received postgraduate training in advanced invertebrate physi... ...h, both as a Principal Investigator and as a Co-Investigator. In April 2008, Williams was recruited by McMaster University as physician scientist ... ... for Medical Robotics at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton . On May 18, 2011, Williams was announced as the new President and CEO of Southlake Region... ...y into becoming a full-fledged teaching and research centre. Astronaut career Williams was selected by the Canadian Space Agency in June 1992. He c...

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Welsh Fairy Tales

By: William Elliot Griffis

...Welsh, as did also those three great prophets of spiritual liberty, Roger Williams, William Penn, and Thomas Jefferson, is still further ground for ... ...rsonal names was William; which, when that of a father's son, was written Williams and was only the Latin for Gild Helm, or Golden Helmet. Long a... ...ut the Mabinogion into English, and Renan, and Arnold, and Rolleston, and Rhys, in prose, competed in praise of the heritages from the old time. Pop...

... matter of pride to your descendants. That you were born in Wales and spoke Welsh, as did also those three great prophets of spiritual liberty, Roger Williams, William Penn, and Thomas Jefferson, is still further ground for pride in one?s ancestry. Now, in the perspective of history we see that our Washington and his compeers and Wilkes, Barre, Burke and the friends of Ame...

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Rhys Palmer

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... Full name Rhys Palmer Date of birth ... ... Rhys Palmer (born 13 February 1989) is an Australian rules footballer who i... ... Early life Rhys Palmer Palmer played junior footb... ...ljfc.com.au. Retrieved 2008-09-17.  ^ "Rhys Palmer". SportingPulse. Retrieved 2008-09-17.  ... ... External links Rhys Palmer's profile on the official website of the Greater Western Sydney... ... 29 Williams ... ... 29 Williams ...

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The Humourous Poetry of the English Language

By: James Parton

.............65 FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS........67 The Humourous Poetry of the English Language i Table... ... FALSEHOOD. A TALE. MATTHEW PRIOR. • FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS. • THE PIG AND MAGPIE. PETER PINDAR. • ADVICE TO YOUNG WOMEN, OR... ...MATTHEW PRIOR. 66 FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS. Fanny, beware of flattery, Your sex's much−lov'd enemy; For o... ...English Language FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS. 67 The feather'd race must own Of all their tribe there's non... ...English Language FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS. 68 THE PIG AND MAGPIE. PETER PINDAR. Coc... ...tures and hints about breaking his bones, While Mr. Ap Morgan, and Mr. Ap Rhys Declared the deceased Had styled him a Beast, A...

...KNIGHT, OR LADY'S POLICY [A VERY FAVORITE ANCIENT BALLAD.] 1 TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD. A TALE. MATTHEW PRIOR, 65 -- FLATTERY. A FABLE. SIR CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS, 67 -- The Humourous Poetry of the English Language -- i...

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John Rhys

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...May 26, 1841 died April 29, 1911. (Holywell Cemetery, Oxford.)]] Sir John Rhys (also spelled Rhŷs;http://books.google.com/books?id=C00O1ZYs0pAC&print... ...terwyd in Ceredigion, to a lead miner and farmer, Hugh Rees, and his wife. Rhys was educated at schools in Pantyffynnon and Ponterwyd before moving to... ...e British School, a recently opened institution at Penllwyn, in 1855. Here Rhys was enrolled as a pupil and teacher, and after leaving studied at Bang... ...ngor Normal College from 1860 to 1861. Upon leaving Bangor Normal College, Rhys gained employment as headmaster at Rhos-y-bol, Anglesey. It was here t... ... gained employment as headmaster at Rhos-y-bol, Anglesey. It was here that Rhys was introduced to Dr Charles Williams, then the Principal of Jesus Col... ...t Rhos-y-bol, Anglesey. It was here that Rhys was introduced to Dr Charles Williams, then the Principal of Jesus College, Oxford University, in 1865. ... ... was elected to a fellowship at Merton College.John Fraser, , rev. Mari A. Williams, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press,...

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Headlong Hall

By: Thomas Love Peacock

...Cambrian, like those of the Rices, and Prices, and Morgans, and Owens, and Williamses, and Evanses, and Parrys, and Joneses; but, nevertheless, the H... ...ught to pe truly—for my father was Owen Ap-Llwyd Ap-Gryffydd Ap-Shenkin Ap-Williams Ap-Thomas Ap-Morgan Ap-Parry Ap-Evan Ap-Rhys, a coot preacher and ... ...Ap-Gryffydd Ap-Shenkin Ap-Williams Ap-Thomas Ap-Morgan Ap-Parry Ap-Evan Ap-Rhys, a coot preacher and a lover of cwrw*—I should have thought just now p... ... do," said Squire Headlong. "What say you, then," said the lady, "to Miss Williams of Pontyglasrhydyrallt, the descendant of the ancient family of—-?...

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Jean Rhys

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...ean Rhys , CBE (24 August 1890 – 14 May 1979), born Ella Gwendolen Rees Williams, was a mid-20th-century novelist from Dominica . Educated fro...

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Headlong Hall

By: Thomas Love Peacock

...Cambrian, like those of the Rices, and Prices, and Morgans, and Owens, and Williamses, and Evanses, and Parrys, and Joneses; but, nevertheless, the... ...ought to pe truly for my father was Owen Ap−Llwyd Ap−Gryffydd Ap−Shenkin Ap−Williams Ap−Thomas Ap−Morgan Ap−Parry Ap−Evan Ap−Rhys, a coot preacher a... ... Ap−Gryffydd Ap−Shenkin Ap−Williams Ap−Thomas Ap−Morgan Ap−Parry Ap−Evan Ap−Rhys, a coot preacher and a lover of cwrw* I should have thought just no... ...'t do," said Squire Headlong. "What say you, then," said the lady, "to Miss Williams of Pontyglasrhydyrallt, the descendant of the ancient Headlon...

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Rhys ap Gruffydd

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... 14th-century effigy of Rhys ap Gruffydd at St. Davids Cathedral[1] ... ... Successor Gruffydd ap Rhys II ... ... Issue Gruffydd ap Rhys II Maelgwn ap Rhys Rhys Gryg Hywel ap... ...hys II Maelgwn ap Rhys Rhys Gryg Hywel ap Rhys Gwenllian ferch Rhys Angharad ferch Rhys ... ... Father Gruffydd ap Rhys Mother ... ... 1973 Henry II. Eyre Methuen. ISBN 0-413-25580-8. Williams, J. E. C. 1976. "Aberteifi, 1176". Taliesin 32, pp. 30–35. ... ... ^ Lloyd p. 548. ^ Williams pp. 30–35. ^ Davies p. 221. ... ...he best poem and the other for the best musical performance. J. E. Caerwyn Williams suggests that this event may be an adaptation of the similar Frenc...

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Itinerary of Archibishop Baldwin through Wales

By: Giraldus Cambrensis

...ife, the famous Princess Nesta, the "Helen of Wales," and the daughter of Rhys ap Tewdwr Mawr, the last independent Prince of South Wales. Gerald... ...s of the House of Dinevor. He heard the brilliant and pitiful stories of Rhys ap Tewdwr, who, after having lost and won South Wales, died on the st... ...mans, an old man of over fourscore years; and of his gallant son, Prince Rhys, who, after wrenching his patrimony from the invaders, died of a brok... ...hem almost instantly to tears. He records also that John Spang, the Lord Rhys's fool, said to his master at Cardigan, after Gerald had been preachi... ...an, after Gerald had been preaching the Crusade, "You owe a great debt, O Rhys, to your kinsman, the archdeacon, who has taken a hundred or so of yo... ... two by Mr. Dimmock; and the seventh by Professor Freeman. W. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS. January 1908. The following is a list of the more important... ...se, A.D. 1159; and Philip. {81} The Coychurch Manuscript quoted by Mr. Williams, in his History of Monmouthshire, asserts that Morgan, surnamed M... ...one called Maen Rodi (the Stone or Rock of Roderic), the property of Owen Williams, Esq.; and the other Carreg Iago, belonging to Lord Uxbridge. Th...

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Morgan John Rhys

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...ernal links 4 Life Rhys was born in Llanbradach, near Caerphilly, and became a pastor of a Bap... ... Further reading J. Evans, Morgan John Rhys a'i Amserau (1935) Gwyn Alf Williams, The Sea... ...ans, Morgan John Rhys a'i Amserau (1935) Gwyn Alf Williams, The Search for Beulah Land (1980) E. Wyn... ... E. Wyn James,‘ “Seren Wib Olau”: Gweledigaeth a Chenhadaeth Morgan John Rhys (1760-1804)’, Trafodion Cymdeithas Hanes y Bedyddwyr (2007), pp. ... ...p;5–37. ISSN 1462-9429 E. Wyn James, 'Morgan John Rhys a Chaethwasiaeth Americanaidd', in Canu Caeth: Y Cymry a’r Affro-Ameri... ...mericanaidd', in Canu Caeth: Y Cymry a’r Affro-Americaniaid, ed. Daniel G. Williams (Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, 2010), 2-25. ISBN 978-1-84851-206-1. ... ... External links Morgan John Rhys Society http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/insrv/librar...

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British Goblins : Welsh Folk-Lore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions

By: Wirt Sikes

...icler testifies; but on these occasions they were taking a holiday. Egbert Williams, 'a pious young gentleman of Denbighshire, then at school,' was on... ...er the stile. Barbara Jones got over first, then her sister, and as Egbert Williams was helping his sister over they saw the coblyn close upon them, a... ...n a slightly different form, in the 'Iola MSS.,' as translated by Taliesin Williams, of Merthyr : [Llandovery, published for the Welsh MSS. Society, 1... ... was Rhiwallon. Rhiwallon and his sons, named as above, were physicians to Rhys Gryg, Lord of Dynevor, and son of the last native prince of Wales. The... ... face. She has also been seen in the Black Mountain in Breconshire. Robert Williams, of Langattock, Crickhowel, 'a substantial man and of undoubted ve... ...in spirit, although differing widely in detail, is the modern story of Shu Rhys, told to me by a peasant in Cardiganshire. Shu was a beautiful girl of... ...ver came home till bed-time, leaving the cows to care for themselves, dame Rhys took the girl to task as she never had done before. ' Ysgwaetheroedd, ... ...d. Once indeed there came back to the neighbourhood a wild rumour that Shu Rhys had been seen in a great city in a foreign land-Paris, perhaps, or Lon... ..., or they dared not, talk about their experiences. Two farm servants named Rhys and Llewellyn were one evening at twilight returning home from their w...

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T. Rhys Thomas

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.... Rhys Thomas Full name Thomas Rhys Thomas ... ... 27 (5) Thomas Rhys Thomas (born 23 April 1982 in Abercynon, Wales... ... Thomas, R. Williams, M. ... ... Thomas, G. (c) Williams, S. ... ... Wardle Williams ...

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British Goblins : Welsh Folklore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions

By: Wirt Sikes

...nicler testifies; but on these occasions they were taking a holiday. Egbert Williams, 'a pious young gentleman of Denbighshire, then at school,' was... ...ver the stile. Barbara Jones got over first, then her sister, and as Egbert Williams was helping his sister over they saw the coblyn close upon them... ...n a slightly different form, in the 'Iola MSS.,' as translated by Taliesin Williams, of Merthyr : [Llandovery, published for the Welsh MSS. Society... ...e was Rhiwallon. Rhiwallon and his sons, named as above, were physicians to Rhys Gryg, Lord of Dynevor, and son of the last native prince of Wales.... ...r face. She has also been seen in the Black Mountain in Breconshire. Robert Williams, of Langattock, Crickhowel, 'a substantial man and of undoubte... ...in spirit, although differing widely in detail, is the modern story of Shu• Rhys, told to me by a peasant in Cardiganshire. Shu• was a beautiful gir... ...ever came home till bed−time, leaving the cows to care for themselves, dame Rhys took the girl to task as she never had done before. ' Ysgwaetheroed... ...itions Living with the Tylwyth Teg 25 neighbourhood a wild rumour that Shu• Rhys had been seen in a great city in a foreign land−Paris, perhaps, or ... ...o, or they dared not, talk about their experiences. Two farm servants named Rhys and Llewellyn were one evening at twilight returning home from thei...

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Rhys Lloyd, Baron Lloyd of Kilgerran

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... Preceded by David Rees-Williams President of the Welsh Liberal Part... ... Queen's Counsel 1901–2000 Rhys Gerran Lloyd, Baron Lloyd of Kilgerran CBE, QC, JP (12 August 1907–30 ... ... Preceded by David Rees-Williams President of the Welsh Liberal Part...

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Cartrefi Cymru (Welsh Homes)

By: Owen M. Edwards

... Y mae'n awr yn adfeiliedig iawn. Ynddo y goleuwyd Canwyll y Cymry gan Rhys Prichard, "yr Hen Ficer," a anwyd yn 1579, ac a fu farw yn 1644. X... ...wgus dan goed. Ychydig y mae Ann Griffiths wedi ganu am droion yr yrfa,--Williams Pant y Celyn a'u darlunia hwy o'u canol, a David Charles Caerfyrd... ...a ni at yr afon eto, a dacw'r "Hen Gapel" yr ochr draw,--hen gapel Lewis Rhys ac Abraham Tibbott, Dr Lewis a Michael Jones. O'n blaenau y mae crai... ... rhyw ddau hyd cae o'r ffordd, y mae'r Wern Ddu, cartref yr hen Gadwaladr Williams garedig fu'n ceisio darbwyllo Ap Vychan pan yn hogyn nad ai plant... ...rbyn cael ymgom, trwy wr y ty, nid oeddynt hwy wedi clywed gair erioed am Williams Pant y Celyn. Yr oeddynt wedi clywed llawer o son am Dwm Sion Ca... ...brif ystryd. Gadawsom gapel prydferth ar y chwith, capel coffadwriaethol Williams Pant y Celyn,--capel Saesneg ysywaeth. Ymhen tipyn, wrth fynd o'... ...ngwrt Ucha; a thraw ar fin y mynydd, uwch ei ben, dacw'r Blaenau, cartref Rhys Jones, cynhullydd "Gorchestion Beirdd Cymru." Ymhellach fyth y mae'r... ...mynwent Llandingad, welwn dros gornel y bryn, yn lle byw. Bu Gruffydd ab Rhys yn gwarchae arno, yn adeg amddiffyn Cymru. Cymerodd Rhys ei fab ef y... ...yn Cymru. Cymerodd Rhys ei fab ef yn 1202; ac wedi hynny bu Gwenwynwyn, Rhys Ieuanc, a Rhys Grug yn ymladd yn ei wydd. Llawer un fu farw yn y ffo...

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Williams baronets

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...t Baronet, of Kars There have been twenty baronetcies created for persons with the surname Williams, eight in the... ...e of Great Britain and nine in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. Only six of the creations are extant as of 2007. (See also Williams-Bulkeley baro... ...e creations are extant as of 2007. (See also Williams-Bulkeley baronets, Williams-Drummond baronets, Williams-Wynn baronets and Rhys-Williams baronets... ...ations are extant as of 2007. (See also Williams-Bulkeley baronets, Williams-Drummond baronets, Williams-Wynn baronets and Rhys-Williams baronets). ... ... Williams Baronetcy, of Vaynol in the County of Carnarvon, was created in the Baronetage of England on 15 June 1622 for William Williams. The sixth Ba... ... represented Caernarvonshire in the House of Commons. On his death in 1696 the title became extinct.[1] The Williams Baronetcy, of...

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Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

By: Fahien

... and "Manual of Buddhism" (M.B.) have been constantly in hand, as well as Rhys Davids' Buddhism, published by the Society for Promoting Christian... ...hese and other points, as the result of prolonged and careful research. Dr. Rhys Davids has kindly read the proofs of the Translation and Notes, and... ...g,' vol. ii. p. 374.)" iii. Both these estimates are exceeded by Dr. T. W. Rhys Davids (intimating also the uncertainty of the statements, and that... ...ng {.}, leuh {.}, and lun {.}, or texts, laws or rules, and discussions. Dr. Rhys Davids objects to the designation of "metaphysics" as used of the a... ...rahmanism, and still more that between it and Confucianism. [15] Giles and Williams call this "the oratory of Buddha." But "oratory" gives the idea... ...that the two great "Masters" of the east were really contemporaries. But if Rhys Davids be correct, as I think he is, in fixing the date of Buddha's... ...Chinese acceptation, as meaning "commoners," "men who have no rank." See in Williams' Dictionary under {.}. [9] I do not wonder that Remusat should ... ...text, "proved the impermanence and uncertainty," namely, of human life. See Williams' Dictionary under {.}. The phraseology is wholly Buddhistic. C... ...ound, four inches." Hsuan− chwang says it was twelve inches round. [5] In Williams' Dictionary, under {.}, the characters, used here, are employe...

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Williams-Wynn baronets

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... 1 Creation 2 Williams baronets of Gray's Inn (1688) ... ... 3 Williams-Wynn baronets of Gray's Inn 3.1 Williams-Wynn of Grays Inn and of Bodelwyddan ... ...eferences Creation Initially the Williams baronetcy of Greys Inn in Middlesex was created on 6... ... the Williams baronetcy of Greys Inn in Middlesex was created on 6 July 1688 for William Williams, a prominent Welsh politician and lawyer from Angles... ...f his wife's princely heritage and claims as prince of Wales.[1] By the 18th century the Williams-Wynn family had become the largest landowners in nor... ... Towards Welsh Freedom in 1958 ^ D.J. Davies wrote of the Rhys/Rice family of Dinefwr, perhaps unaware of the Williams-...

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Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

By: Fa Hien

...) and "Manual of Buddhism" (M.B.) have been constantly in hand, as well as Rhys Davids' Buddhism, published by the Society for Promoting Christian Kno... ...se and other points, as the result of prolonged and careful research. Dr. Rhys Davids has kindly read the proofs of the Translation and Notes, and I ... ...,' vol. ii. p. 374.)" iii. Both these estimates are exceeded by Dr. T. W. Rhys Davids (intimating also the uncertainty of the statements, and that nu... ... {.}, leuh {.}, and lun {.}, or texts, laws or rules, and discussions. Dr. Rhys Davids objects to the designation of "metaphysics" as used of the abhi... ...ahmanism, and still more that between it and Confucianism. [15] Giles and Williams call this "the oratory of Buddha." But "oratory" gives the idea of... ...hat the two great "Masters" of the east were really contemporaries. But if Rhys Davids be correct, as I think he is, in fixing the date of Buddha's de... ...hinese acceptation, as meaning "commoners," "men who have no rank." See in Williams' Dictionary under {.}. 22 [9] I do not wonder that Remusat shoul... ...ext, "proved the impermanence and uncertainty," namely, of human life. See Williams' Dictionary under {.}. The phraseology is wholly Buddhistic. CHAP... ...ound, four inches." Hsuan- chwang says it was twelve inches round. [5] In Williams' Dictionary, under {.}, the characters, used here, are employed in...

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David Williams

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... Musicians David Williams (Australian indigenous musician) (born 1983), Aboriginal musician ... ...(born 1983), Aboriginal musician and artist David Williams (bassist) (born 1986), Welsh bassist with The Dear & Departed ... ... Welsh bassist with The Dear & Departed David Williams (born 1986), Welsh guitarist and bassist in Son of Dork ... ..., Welsh guitarist and bassist in Son of Dork Dave Williams (musician) (1972–2002), American rock singer ... ...musician) (1972–2002), American rock singer David Williams (guitarist) (1950–2009), American session guitarist, most notable ... ... (1877–1927), Welsh theologian and minister David Rhys Williams (1890–1970), American Unitarian minister ...

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Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

By: Fa Hien

... and "Manual of Buddhism" (M.B.) have been constantly in hand, as well as Rhys Davids' Buddhism, published by the Society for Promoting Christian Kn... ... and other points, as the result of prolonged and careful research. Dr. Rhys Davids has kindly read the proofs of the Translation and Notes, and I... ...vol. ii. p. 374.)" iii. Both these estimates are exceeded by Dr. T. W. Rhys Davids (intimating also the uncertainty of the statements, and that n... ...{.}, leuh {.}, and lun {.}, or texts, laws or rules, and discussions. Dr. Rhys Davids objects to the designation of "metaphysics" as used of the abh... ...nism, and still more that between it and Confucianism. [15] Giles and Williams call this "the oratory of Buddha." But "oratory" gives the idea o... ...at the two great "Masters" of the east were really contemporaries. But if Rhys Davids be correct, as I think he is, in fixing the date of Buddha's d... ...inese acceptation, as meaning "commoners," "men who have no rank." See in Williams' Dictionary under {.}. [9] I do not wonder that Remusat should ... ...xt, "proved the impermanence and uncertainty," namely, of human life. See Williams' Dictionary under {.}. The phraseology is wholly Buddhistic. ... ...d, four inches." Hsuan- chwang says it was twelve inches round. [5] In Williams' Dictionary, under {.}, the characters, used here, are employed i...

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J.J. Williams

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...s MBE (born 1 April 1948 in Nantyffyllon ), known universally as J.J. Williams, is a former Welsh rugby union player who gained thirty caps for... ...thirty caps for Wales as a winger. Educated at Maesteg Grammar School, Williams was an talented track athlete, representing Wales in the Commonwe... ... of the second and third tests and earning the title "The Welsh Whippet". Williams now runs J.J. Williams Painting Services Ltd, a commercial and ind... ...of his children have represented Wales at Track and Field events. His son Rhys was the Welsh track record holder in the 400 metres hurdles (49.09) i...

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The Middle Parts of Fortune : Somme and Ancre, 1916

By: Frederic Manning

...wn to f___in' bits as soon as we got out of the trench, poor bugger. Young Williams was 'it same time, 'ad most of an arm blown off, but 'e got back i... ..."Thank 'ee," said Abbot, "but I ain't very partial to sweet stuff. There's Williams there. 'E's always hungry for toffees. 'E don't drink, an' 'e don'... ...er the women I don't know what 'e does do. You might give 'im a few. 'Ere, Williams, 'ere's some toffee for you." Williams was a little Welshman, Hea... ...nding out a tin. I shall bring you out some." "I'd be glad of them," said Williams simply; he was a man of few words, a rare quality in a Welshman. ... ...ed him. The corporal will be all right in a couple of days, you'll see. Mr Rhys is a pretty difficult proposition, I believe; a nice chap, but liable ... ...ther; and when I was in the orderly-room I used to notice that whenever Mr Rhys was ratty with the signallers, Mr Pardew was ratty with the snipers. I... ...left, but I'm running out of gaspers. Try one of these, sergeant-major. Mr Rhys forgot his cigarette case yester day, we were about a mile and a half ... ...t acts, descended on them. They were the last to fall in on parade, and Mr Rhys had a fat head. They were not really late, and other sections were sti... ...e quiet, reflective, even serene, but without ceasing to be pessimism. Mr Rhys paid them a visit, and said that, taking into account the interruption...

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Martyn Williams

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...union player. A flanker, he is Wales' most-capped forward. Club career Williams played club rugby for Pontypridd, with whom he won the 1996-97 We... ...to Cardiff RFC in 1999. He captained Cardiff from 2002 until 2005, when Rhys Williams took over the role. In the Heineken Cup semi final agains... ...ardiff RFC in 1999. He captained Cardiff from 2002 until 2005, when Rhys Williams took over the role. In the Heineken Cup semi final against Le... ...In the Heineken Cup semi final against Leicester Tigers on 3 May 2009, Williams missed a crucial kick in the penalty shootout after the game had f... ...ime that a rugby union match had been decided in a shootout. March 2012 Williams announced that he will retire at the end of the 2011/12 season I... ...r defeat. He was named RBS Six Nations player of the Championship (2005). Williams announced his retirement from international rugby on 1 October 200...

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Copyright Renewals 1954

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...George Vaply. EYRE AND SPOTTISWOODE LTD. 28 humorous stories. SEE Rhys, Ernest, ed. FABIAN, WARNER, PSEUD. SEE Adams, Samuel ... ...072.htm---------------------------- HUMPHREY, GRACE. The story of the Williams; illustrated by Hattie Longstreet Price. © 10Oct26; A9... ...EE Indritz, Morris. INSLEY, FRANCIS H. Hours In Arcady. SEE Williams, Charles Richard. ITALIAN BOOK COMPANY. Piedigrotta... ... RHODES, MAY D. Paso por aqui. SEE Rhodes, Eugene Manlove. RHYS, ERNEST, ed. 28 humorous stories, old and new; edited by Ern... ..., ERNEST, ed. 28 humorous stories, old and new; edited by Ernest Rhys and C. A. Dawson- Scott. © 12Nov26; A950996. Eyre & Spotti... ... Chinese coin, by Seckatary Hawkins, pseud. Illus. by Carll B. Williams. © 15Nov26; A967571. Robert P. Schulkers (A); 26Mar54; ... ...20. Ching Toy, by Seckatary Hawkins, pseud. Illus. by Carll B. Williams © 15Nov26; A967570. Robert F. Schulkers (A); 26Mar54; ... ... The gray ghost, by Seckatary Hawkins, pseud. Illus. by Carll B. Williams © 15Nov26; A967568. Robert P. Schulkers (A); 26Mar54; ... ...ank T. SCOTT, CATHARINE AMY (DAWSON) ed. 28 humorous stories. SEE Rhys, Ernest, ed. SCOTT, ETHEL F. Composition for college st...

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Geraint Williams

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...David Geraint Williams, known as Geraint Williams (born 5 January 1962 in Cwmparc ) is a Welsh football manager... ...lchester United . He also played for Wales where he was capped 13 times. Williams is currently manager of the Wales national under-21 football team... ...2 goals (including a 9–0 demolition by Manchester United in March 1995). Williams remained with them for three more reasons after relegation, finall... ...son and remaining at the club as a coach. International playing career Williams was capped 13 times by Wales . Coaching & managerial career Wh... ... leave his post on 22 September 2008 after discussions with the Chairman. Williams was appointed manager of Leyton Orient in February 2009. He star... ...St David's Church, Ton Pentre . They had their first child together David Rhys Williams on 5 November 1988, shortly followed by their daughter Bethan...

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A Short History of Wales

By: Owen M. Edwards

...y of the Nations" series; and a still fuller one in The Welsh People of Rhys and Brynmor Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various period... ... Jones. Of fairly small and cheap books in various periods I may mention Rhys' Celtic Britain, Owen Rhoscomyl's Flame Bearers of Welsh History, Hen... ...late David Lewis, T. F. Tout, J. E. Lloyd, D. Lleufer Thomas, W. Llywelyn Williams, J. Arthur Price, J. H. Davies, J. Ballinger, Edward Owen, Hubert... ... Arthur Price, J. H. Davies, J. Ballinger, Edward Owen, Hubert Hall, Hugh Williams, R. A. Roberts, A. W. Wade-Evans, E. A. Lewis. These are only a ... ...entry in strong loyalty. The most famous Welshman of the period was John Williams, who became Archbishop of York and Lord Keeper. He was a wise ma... ...s in the period of the people. In 1579 Rees Prichard was born; in 1717, Williams Pant y Celyn; in 1832, Islwyn. We have, in these three, writers ... ...s, but on the memory of the people. In the same valley, a century later, Williams Pant y Celyn wrote hymns, melodious and inspiring, of great poeti...

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Brandon Williams

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