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" ... there are thousands, and tens of thousands in the wilds of Wales, who have learned the language of their parents, and of their country, as naturally and as innocently as they sucked their mother's breasts, or breathed the common air ; these have neither... "
A short account of Caernarvon, and Bedd-kill-hart, or, Beddgelart - Page 61
1806
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Annual Register, Volume 47

Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...riveted, cordial anti•' pathy against the English tongue, " caused by the cruelties of Edward '• I. and of the Lancastrian family, '• dwells as commander...in chief, '• storm this garrison, and over-turn " Snowdon from its base !"* Some Transactions of the Civil Wars. From an original A/6'. On Saturday...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1807
..." breathed '' breathed the common air : these " have neither opportunity nor in" clination to learn any other " tongue. This is the impregnable " fortress of the Welsh language, " where a riveted, cordial anti. •' pathy against tlie Knglish tongue, " caused by the cruel I ios of Edward...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 47

History - 1807
..." breathed *' breathed the common air : these " have neither opportunity nor in" clination to learn any other " tongue. This is the impregnable " fortress of the Welsh . language, " where a riveted, cordial anti•' pathy agaiVist the Knglish tongue, " caused by the cruelties of Edward 41...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 17

Architecture - 1812
...mother's breasts, or breathed the common air ; these have neither opportunity, nor inclination to learn any other tongue. This is the impregnable fortress...commander in chief. Storm this garrison, and overturn Snowdon from its base."* But this is far from an accurate and impartial statement, for the Welsh is...
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The beauties of England and Wales: or, Delineations ..., Volume 24

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley, James Norris Brewer, Joseph Nightingale, John Evans, Frederic Shoberl, John Hodgson, Francis Charles Laird, John Bigland, Thomas Rees - Architecture - 1812
...moiher's breasts, or breathed the common air ; these have neither opportunity, nor inclination to learn any other tongue. This is the impregnable fortress...English tongue, caused by the cruelties of Edward thu First, and of the Lancastrian family, dwells as commander in chief. Storm this garrison, and overturn...
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Gwaith, dan olygiad D.S. Evans

Walter Davies - 1868
...mother's breasts, or breathed the common air: they have neither opportunity nor inclination to learn any other tongue." This is the impregnable fortress of the Welsh language, where a riveted, cordial antipathy against the English tongue, caused by the cruelties of Edward I. and of...
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English works of the Rev. Walter Davies (Gwallter Mechain)

Walter Davies - 1868
...mother's breasts, or breathed the common air: they have neither opportunity nor inclination to learn any other tongue." This is the impregnable fortress of the Welsh language, where a riveted, cordial antipathy against the English tongue, caused by the cruelties of Edward I. and of...
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