There is a depth of tender feeling in the hearts of Welshmen, such as cannot anywhere else be discovered by a Welshman.
The judges signalled; and the Welshman called off his dog and withdrew.
A Welshman was fined fifteen pounds last week for fishing for salmon with a lamp.
"It iss not fit," retorted the Welshman, turning on his heel.
The Duke could scarcely keep back a smile, so diverting he found this affair of the Welshman, the waitress, and the cook.
I found that he was a Church of England clergyman by profession, and a Welshman by birth.
The tone clearly indicated how alien to the Welshman's feelings were those I was expressing, though but those of common humanity.
For that matter, an Irishman or a Welshman is more romantic than an Englishman to-day.
An intelligent Welshman once told me that he could not talk religion in English nor politics in Welsh.
Yet he was as hopelessly un-French as a Welshman of the hills is to this day un-English.