Now, a king or chief would hardly be likely to transfer to the church of llandaff a free trev and the gwestva paid therefrom.
llandaff was Catherine's confessor, a Spaniard who could not speak a word of English.
But he felt some of the moral difficulties surrounding theism, and these were indicated in his reply to the Bishop of llandaff.
The restoration of the ruined and desolate Cathedral at llandaff was an object especially dear to him.
llandaff is but three miles from Cardiff, and we reached it by a short detour.
In 1826 he was appointed dean of Chester, and in the next year he was consecrated bishop of llandaff.
It thus happens to contain (inter alia) two short records of grants to the church of St. Teilo (or llandaff).
All this was ground upon which the Bishop of llandaff trod with the infirm footing of a child.
No harvest had llandaff but flower of the broom, the gold-finch of the meadows.
It was brought from llandaff by Bishop Courtenay at the end of the fifteenth century, and weighs 12,500 tons.