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President-H. R. SANDBACH, Esq.

General Committee. The Presidents of present and past years; the President-Elect; the Vice-Presidents ; the Treasurer; the General and Local Secretaries, with the following:

C.C. Babington, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A., Chairman. Rev. Hugh Pricbard, M.A.

Rev. M, H. Lee, M.A. Artkur Gore, Esq.

Professor Rhys, M.A. Wm. Trevor Parkins, Esq., M.A.

J. Romilly Allen, Esq.
Ernest Hartland, Esq., M.A.

J. R. Cobb, Esq.
R. H. Wood, Esq., F.S.A., F.R.G.S. Rev. D. Silvan Evans, B.D.
H. W. Lloyd, Esq., M.A.

Ven. Archdeacon Edmondes.
J. Y. W. Lloyd, Esq., M. A.

Rev. Canon Thomas, F.S.A.
Morris C. Jones, Esq., F.S.A.

J. Askew Roberts, Esq.
Editor - Rev. R. Trevor Owen, M.A.

Editorial Sub-Committee.
C. C. Babington, Esq., M.A., F.R.S. Rev. D. Silvan Evans, B.D.
Rev. E. L. Barnwell, M.A., F.S.A.Scot. Rev. Canon Thomas, M.A., F.S.A.

Treasurer.
Rev. E. L. Barnwell, M.A., F.S.A.Scot.

Trustees.
The Very Rev, the Dean of St. David's.
C. Octavius S. Morgan, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A.
G. T. Clark, Esq., F.S.A.

General Secretaries.
Rev. R. Trevor Owen, M.A., Llangedwyn, Oswestry.
George E. Robinson, Esq., Cardiff.

Draughtsman.
Worthington G. Smith, Esq., F.L.S.

Corresponding Secretaries.
France-M. H. Gaidoz, 22, Rue Servandoni, Paris.
Scotland, Joseph Anderson, Esq., Edinburgh.
Ireland-Rev. J. Graves, M.A., Inisoag, Stonyford, Kilkenny.
CornwallC. Barham, M.D., Truro.

LOCAL SECRETARIES.
Anglesey-Rev. W. Wynn Williams, M.A., Menaifron, Dwyvan, Llanfair, Anglesey

Rev. R. Williams Mason, M.A., Llanerch y Medd, Anglesey.

J. Lloyd Griffith, Esq., M.A., Holyhead.
Carnarvonshire-T. Love D. Jones-Parry, Esq., M.A., M.P., Madryn Park.
Denbighshire-Rev. Elias Owen, M.A., Rathin.

Rev. D. Hughes, M.A., Ruthin.
Flintshire- Rev. E. Tudor Owen, M.A., Rhyl.
ilerionethshire-Evan Parry Jones, Esq., Blaenau, Festiniog.
Montgomeryshire-Rev. D. P. Lewis, M.A., Llandrinio, Oswestry.

Rev. Canon Williams, M.A., Llanfyllin.
Brecknockshire-Rev. Prebendary Garnons Williams, M.A., Abercamlais, Brecon.

J. R. Cobb, Esq., Brecon.
Carmarthenshire-Rev. Aaron Roberts, M.A., Llangadoc, R.S.O.

Rev. Benjamin Williams, Abergwenol, Llandovery.
Cardiganshire-R. D. Jenkins, Esq., Cardigan.
Glamorganshire-Rev.John Griffith, M.A., Merthyr Tydfil.

J. T. Dilwyn Llewelyn, Esq., Ynysgerwyn, Neath.
Pembrokeshire-F. Lloyd- Philipps, Esq., M.A., Perty Park, Havertordwest.

Rev. J. Tombs, B.A., Burton, Haverford west.
Radnorshire-R. W. Banks, Esq., Kington, Herefordshire.
Monmouthshire-T, D. Roberts, Esq., The Grove, Malpas, Newpor
Herefordshire--James Davies, Esq., Hereford.
Shropshire-R. K. Penson, Esq., F.S.A., Ludlow.
Cheshire-E. Williamson, Esq., Daisy Bank, Congleton.

CAMBRIAN ARCHÆOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION.

The Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held at Fishguard on Monday, 13th August, and four following days, under the presidency of C. E. G. Philipps, Esq. The Committee will meet on Monday evening at 8.30 p.m.; the Public Meeting at 9 p.m. ; Inaugural Address by the President.

PROGRAMME OF EXCURSIONS.

MATER

TUESDAY.--Puncheston Church, Castell Bythe-Church and Tumulus, Castell Hendre-St. Byrnach's Well and Oratory--Church, Moat, and Castell at New Moat-Roman Station (AD VICESSIMUM ?)— Ambleston Church Spittal Church, Inscribed Stone (EVALI FILI DENCUI CUNIOVENDE

EJUS ?) - Rath--Little Trefgarn, Inscribed Stone (HOG[OTIVIS FILI DEMETI Ogam NOGTENE?)-Gibbricks Ford, quere Cae bricks-Site of Roman Villas-Wolf's CastleSt. Dogwell's Church—Lettarston Church - Calvary (ʻross, Image of Letard.

WEDNESDAY.-Cromlech at Penrhyn---Llanwnda Church, Ancient Crosses--Landing-place of the French in 1797— Castell Llanmawr-Tref Asser Camp-Castell Poeth Llanferran---St. Nicholas Church and Inscribed Stone TUNC

HIC JACIT—Cromlech-Granston Church-Jordanston Church-Camp at Hendre Ganol - Manor-owenFishguard Church and Neighbourhood.

THURSDAY.— Through the Valley of the Gwaen--Llanllawer Church-Ruined Churches of Llanychllydog and

CETACE

DAARI

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EMERETO

Pontfien (see Archeologia Cambrensis, 1865)-Sculptured Crosses Saint's Well-Cilgwyn Church Cromlech at Pentre Evan Cwm Gloyn, Oyam Inscribed Stone, VITALINI

Nevern Church Cross Newport Church-Castle --Cromlech- Carreg-y-Cof-Dinas Entrenchment - Bwlch Mawr Camp.

NOTE. - A Sub-Section of the Society should return over Carn Englyn, to observe the many British remains. Friday.—Mathry Church—Cromlech

Llanrian Church -- Tre Prior-Wann-y-beddau-St. David's Cathedral and Palace, etc.--St. Nun's Chapel-St. Justinian's Chapel-Supposed Site of MERAPIA- Whitchurch, St. Edrin's Church-Cromlech - Llanstinan Church-- Fishguard.

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Members desiring to be present at this Meeting should give the earliest intimation of their intention to Rev. J. Lloyd Jones, Fishguard, one of the Local Secretaries, in order that lodging and carriage accommodation may be secured.

Members from a distance will "book" to Haverfordwest, where carriages will be retained to meet the afternoon and evening trains, and drive to Fishguard.

Archaeologia Cambrensis.

FOURTH SERIES - VOL. XIV, NO. LIV.

APRIL 1883.

THE CELTIC ELEMENT IN THE LANCA

SHIRE DIALECT.

WELSH OR IRISH.

(Continued from p. 13, vol. xir, 4th Series.)

LANC. CELTIC. Paup, to move about awkwardly W.palf, the palm of the hand; palfu, (F.)

to grope gently Paut, to potter, to do work in an W. pretio, to push, to poke : Corn.

idle, slovenly way! (P.); (cf. poot; Ir. Gael. put. to push, to paut, to push at anything. Clevel.); thrust

Prov. Sw. päta, to poke Pav, a ludicrous word for “hand"; W. pawen; Corn, pawo; Arm. pao, 0. Fr. poue, poe, foot of an animal

par, a paw, a hoof Pau-paw, an exclamation of nurses W. baw, dirty ; Arm. pouch, dirty,

in removing the dirty clothes of vile; Sans. panka, dirt

young children Parem, to rear up; used of horses W. palfu, for palmu, to paw; palf, a (Com.)

paw Pay, to beat, to punish

W. puyo pēo, to beat Peak, to pry; peedle, to look slily Manx, peeikear, a spy, a scout (perik,

about; peark, to peep, to pry in- to scout, to spy); Ir. Gael, faic quisitively; pee, to squint, to take (for paic), to look, to look at aim

closely, to watch; W. peithio, to look about, seach, scout (th for a prior k); Ir. beachtoir, a spy, an

observer; Sans. pas', for pak, to Peeart, Pert, brisk, cheerful, as a W. pert, pretty, smart, spruce, saucy

child recovering from sickness,

insolent Peddle, light easy employment ; v. W. pitw, very small or minute

to trifle, to be busy about small things or small details; piddle, id.;?

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Fr. petit

Paut or paut, means also to push, to kick (P.B., p. 10). 2 Cf. Arm. pitoul, friand, delicat ; pitoula, se nourrir de friandises, to live on tid-bits. 4TH SER., VOL. XIV.

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