excerpt from 'A Tour in South Wales, 1787' pp. 278 (26 words)

excerpt from 'A Tour in South Wales, 1787' pp. 278 (26 words)

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A Tour in South Wales, 1787

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We now hear as much Welsh spoken as English: there is no harper here; but an eternal fiddling, from the fondness of the Welsh to dancing.

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