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MINING IN CARDIGANSHIRE.

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'"Blaensawdde, or the upper end of the river Sawdde-isi sit- uate about three-quarters of a mile S.E. from the villipe of Llanddeusant. It gives its name to onj of the hamlets of that parish. The Sawdde has its fource in Llyn-y-Van-Vach, which is nearly two miles distant from lilaen-tawdde house. j-'Myddvai parish was, in former times, celebrated for it* fair maidens, but whether they were descendants of the Lady of the Lake or otherwise cannot be determined. Anold peunill re- cords the fact of their beauty thus 'Mae eira gwyn Ar ben y bryn, A'r gtaogoed Jyn y Ferdre, Mae be4w niin Ynghoed Cwm-bran, A merched glan y JAyddfe.' Which may be translated, 'There is white linow ON the mountain's brow, And greenwood at the Verdre, Young birch so good In Cwm-bran wood, And lonely girls in Mjddve." [To be continued.]

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