I heard the following tale, I believe in carnarvonshire, but I have no notes of it, and write from memory.
He spent several years in carnarvonshire, and he had a brother, the Revd.
It is a long leap from carnarvonshire to Lapland, where this story is told with no great variation.
He wandered about Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and carnarvonshire.
He would have left carnarvonshire sooner, had he not been detained by want of money.
Over 80 is the percentage in carnarvonshire, as against over 90 for Anglesey.
An old woman, credited to be a witch, lived on the p. 231confines of the hills in a small hut in south carnarvonshire.
The second is Lloydia serotina,—a small bulbous plant with white flowers, which is found on the hills of carnarvonshire, in Wales.
Thereupon, sweetly reasonable, Mrs. Rolfe made known that it was time to fetch her baby and return to carnarvonshire.
It appears to have been first preached in a small dell among the mountains of carnarvonshire.