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The Origin of the Minstrel Jurisdiction in Cheshire, 112—113 Charter granted to the King of the Minstrels, - 112
The Charge to the Minstrels, . - - 109—Sec
Hints towards forming a correct Hist, of the MTnstreis, 108, to 113
Manuscripts of Btneddy Saint, and Acbau V Saint, ice.
Epigram upon Mead, - -
About the beginning of the nth century, Music and Poetry
were in the zenith of perfection in Wales, - - 38 Unlicensed, or inferior sort of Musicians, or Minstrels, The Ancient Mode of Measuring amo:ig the Britons, Dissertation on the Musical Instruments of the We'fli, Of the Music of the Hebrews in the time of David and
Solomon, — The Welsh Music,
In the reign of Henry the I Vth, the Welsh Muse revived,
to celebrate the Heroic exploits of O wen Glyndwr, 39—&c. The Seal of Owen Glyndxiir described. — - 42
Ode to Morvydd, tranflated from a Poem of Davydd ab Gtvilym, 44 . John Owen, the noted Epigrammatist, and Poet Laurent to Queen Elizabeth, - —
The Oak held in veneration - -
Description of a celebrated Onk-tice in Merionethshire* -
Account of St. Patrick, - —
, Past* Ode to the Sun, translated from a Poem of Davydd ab Giuilym, 43 Monody on Sim Ett, the celebrated Harper, — 44—&ci Alternate Singing with the Harp, —— 61—106
81 82 8i Si 84 84 84 84 87 95
Song on a Bird,
Siin Tudur'i Messages to his Sweetheart,
The three principles of Sohg,
The three primaries of Song;
The three intentions of Song, ■ ——
The three forts of Songsters, ■
The three branches of vocal Song,
The three edifying Songsters, 1
Musical Instruments of Scotland mentioned,
among the Saxons, as well as to play on the Harp, — 106 Stanzas and Songs on various subjects, 62—&c<
The Ancient Triads of the (stand of Britain, 9—10—11 —12—76 The Trees and Plant! mentioned in Druidkal verses, — 4 The five Royal Tribes of Wales, and 15 Special Tribes, 3 t—26
Taliefin, the celebrated Bard, 18—Uc.
Names of some Ancient Tunes, —— 26—27—29—35 The accession of a Tudor to the throne was the happy
aera destined to recal the exiled Ans of Wales — 46—130
English Stanzas in a similar style to the Pennillion,
John Parry, the Harper, - -
Prognostication upon the colour of the New Moon, Stc. —
The three Gradations, in poetical compositions, -
The Fibgorn, or Horn-pipe, - - 116
The Pibroch, - - - 117
The Pibau, or Pipes, used by the Welsli long prior to the
Irilh, and Scots, - - 95—114—116
Roderie the Great, revised the Welsh Laws, &c. - 26
Roderic, King of all Wales, divided his dominion into three
Principalities, — - - 31
Prince Rhys's entertainment consisted of Musical and Poetical
Contests, deeds of arms, and other (hows, *• 34
A Riddle on a Bee-hive, - ■» 76
Revenues of the Bards, - - - 33—86
Account of Dr. J. Davydd Rhys, -
Anecdote of Sir Roger Williams, and Marshal Biron, -
Maker, and his predecessors in that Art, -
Sciences originated with the Bards, Druids, and Ovadcs, 3-7-93 A Series of Bards, and whom they were Bards to, 13—88
Swowdon the Parnassus of Wales, — - j
Ttum Bach, the celebrated Harper,
Three Things proper for a man to have in his house,
The choice Things of man,
Tabwrdd, or Tablet, —— ■
Golden Torques a badge of Britifli nobility,
The Bards and Druids had an extraordinary veneration for the number Three,'
Urien ab Cyn-varch, King of Reged, The three Universalities of the World, Ulphus's Horn,
Unbeniaeth Prydain, the Monarchal Song of Britain,
The Hallelujah Victory gained by the Britons,
Anciently, the Weljb inhabited all this Island, - 69—122 Of the Music of the Welsh, *—-l» 38—54—55—12* The Wei sh language anciently common to all Britain, 69—122
The Beauties of the Welsli Language, 53—54
The three lawful Weapons, ——— 80
The three foundations of W'itdom, 81
The Hospitality and Liberality of the Welsli, as described by
Giraldus, —— ■' 95
Waits, or Serenaders; fee the 8th Note in page ■ 108
Wassail Cup of the Apostles, &c. 118
The Horn of the Bailiwick of Wtrral Forest,, — 121 The Welsh formerly had Six kinds of Musical Instruments, 12a The farourite style of Music of th» Welsh, — 121—&c.
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