A Topographical Dictionary of Wales. Originally published by S Lewis, London, 1849.
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CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS.
Page 125, vol. i.—Brecknockshire. Respecting Pistyll-Mawr, see the article on Llanelly.
127.—Bride's (St.) Minor. The seat Sarn Vawr, the property of G. Hamilton Verity, Esq., is situated here.
234, 235.—Cathedine. The lake called twice in this article Llynvi Lake, should be read as Ll#x1EF2;n Savaddan, or Llangorse Mere, it being the same as that noticed at the foot of the second column of page 234.
310, 311.—Dogmael's, St. The net income of the living, £143, includes that derived from the annexed benefices of Llantyd and Monington.
399.—Harlech. The last line of the first column. For "Collwyn ab Tango, a chieftain of one of the fifteen tribes of North Wales," read "Collwyn ab Tango, founder of one," &c.
414.—Hay. Poor-law union. Grwyne Vawr and Grwyne Vechan, townships in the parish of Talgarth, are in the union of Crickhowel.
458. Kitploith. For Portseyborvawr, read Portscyborvawr: and the population of Kitploith is 263 exclusively of Portscyborvawr, which contains 271 inhabitants, as stated in the article on Portscyborvawr.
492. Llanbedr-Goch. The Anglesey Railway does not appear to have been ever executed.