There is a depth of tender feeling in the hearts of Welshmen, such as cannot anywhere else be discovered by a Welshman.
For that matter, an Irishman or a Welshman is more romantic than an Englishman to-day.
A Welshman was fined fifteen pounds last week for fishing for salmon with a lamp.
The judges signalled; and the Welshman called off his dog and withdrew.
The Duke could scarcely keep back a smile, so diverting he found this affair of the Welshman, the waitress, and the cook.
"It iss not fit," retorted the Welshman, turning on his heel.
The tone clearly indicated how alien to the Welshman's feelings were those I was expressing, though but those of common humanity.
I found that he was a Church of England clergyman by profession, and a Welshman by birth.
An intelligent Welshman once told me that he could not talk religion in English nor politics in Welsh.
Yet he was as hopelessly un-French as a Welshman of the hills is to this day un-English.