May he who is lawful king of cymru, endued with princely qualities, have his share of happiness at the right hand of God.
This tale is taken from cymru Fu, p. 176, and is from the pen of Glasynys.
On many of his school books he wrote in bold lettering: "cymru am byth!"
Gallant little Wales has no name to rank alongside these; in this department the cymru have shown less vigour than the Gaedhel.
It appears in cymru Fu immediately after the one just related.
Thus the Welsh work, ‘cymru Fu,’ speaking as usual in the past tense; but the custom is a present-day one.