Do you know, sir, whether the force that went to llanfair was to effect a junction with the king?
I am most happy to have met you,” said I; “but tell me how am I to get to llanfair?
Well,” said Mr. Pritchard; “did you find your way to llanfair?
Of course,” said the man in pepper-and-salt; “who but a pig-jobber could have business at llanfair?
I know you did, sir,” said the clerk bowing, “for I saw you at the service at llanfair—his name is Hughes.
Moreover, the above-named Owen Edwards was the rector of llanfair until his death which took place in 1711.
I think you will be both tired and thirsty before you get to llanfair, supposing you go there on foot.
The bell—called the bangu—was still preserved in the parish of llanfair Duffryn Clwyd half-a-dozen years ago.
Well,” said Mr Pritchard; “did you find your way to llanfair?
The bell, called the bangu, was still preserved in the parish of llanfair Duffryn Clwyd half a dozen years ago.'