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A BOOK NO LIBRARY SHOULD BE WITHOUT. "THE LAND OF MORGAN," BBIXG A OOMTSDUTION TOWASDS THE HISTORY ov to LORDSHIP OF GLAMOBQJUX, n GEORGE T. CLARK, ESQ., F.S.A. CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION. THE LAND OF MORGAN AND ITS CONQUERORS. THE CHIEF LORDS: EARLS ROBERT AND WILLIAM OF GLOUCESTER. THE CO-HEIRS OF THE HONOUR AND LORDSHIP, AND THE COMING IN OF THE HOUSE OF CLARE. THE EARLS OF GLOUCESTER AND HERTFORD, kc. Meson. DANIEL OWEN & CO. (Limited) have great pleasure in announcing that they have acquired the entire remainder stack of the above valuable and interesting work of Welsh history, on terms which enable them to offer it to the public at a greatly reduced price. Mr. Clark, who is one of the best-known antiquarians in the country, relates in these pages the history of the Lords of Glamorgan, from the conquest of the county and the settlement by Robert Fitzhamon down to the txtinction, in the male line, of the House of Clare, FiU- aamon's descondanta and successors. As the number of copies on sale is strictly limited, mmediate application should be made to the publishers. The work will not be re-printed, and ii, therefore, cer- tain very speedily to become scarce. Those acquainted with the extravagantly high prices orhich boohs on Welsh subjects are always able to command in the market will lose no time in securing sopies of The Land of Morgan at the present greatly reduced rate.