The Prossers were the younger branch of a Brecknockshire family who had become sadlers and mercers in brecon.
In 1266 he inflicted a crushing defeat on Mortimer at brecon.
The Duke of brecon was a gentleman easily offended, but not one of those who ever confined their sense of injury to mere words.
I had stolen that pair of oxen, and I dared not drive them through brecon.
The farmer at Newton, just one mile beyond the bridge at brecon, had one very fine bull, but with a very short tail.
The Duke of brecon would not have dined ill, had he honored this household.
"Well, I rather believe in the Duke of brecon," she replied.
"I suppose the wedding of the season—the wedding of weddings—will be the Duke of brecon's," she said.
His son occupied a farm a few miles from brecon, about thirty years ago; and two of his sisters resided in the town.
In 1846 a college for this purpose was established at brecon, and then removed to Swansea.