These were put under the justice of west Wales, whose chancery and exchequer were established at Carmarthen.
Every tenant and every labourer about the place was there; as also were many of the people from Carmarthen.
Ten days later another victim was sacrificed at Carmarthen, whose fate was peculiarly unprovoked and cruel.
Some of the people at Carmarthen were taking a great deal of trouble about the matter.
Mr. Williams was to marry his daughter Mary to a smart young fellow from Carmarthen, and he was in great distress over it.
It will be understood that all this was much talked of in Carmarthen.
Doubtless the springs which arise in Carmarthen mountains may be said to constitute its source.
Mr Apjohn took her to Carmarthen, and hence on to Llanfeare.
“We are poor folk ourselves, and have nothing to give,” said Carmarthen jack, rather gruffly.
He even settled in Paris with his first wife, the Marchioness of Carmarthen.