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The History of Wales

Caradoc Saint of Llancarfan.

The History of Wales

comprehending the lives and succession of the princes of Wales, from Cadwalader the last King, to Lhewelyn the last prince of British blood : with a short account of the affairs of Wales, under the kings of England

by Caradoc Saint of Llancarfan.

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Published by printed for John Sener, opposite to the South Portico of St. Clement"s Church in the Strand in London, UK .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwritten originally in British by Caradoc of Lhancarvan ; and formerly published in English by Dr. Powel ; now newly augmented and improved by W. Wynne.
ContributionsPowell, David, 1552?-, Wynne, W., Sener, John, publisher.
The Physical Object
Pagination398p. ;
Number of Pages398
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15510875M

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