THESE tales were collected by me whilst living in Anglesea during the winter 1891-2.
With the exception of the French story, they were told me and I took them down at the time.
Particulars respecting the narratives will be found in the Notes.
In most cases I have done but little “editing”, preferring to give the stories as told.
The old book referred to in the Notes I bought from a country bookseller, who knew neither its author, title, or date, but I have since been informed the book is Williams’ Observations on the Snowdon Mountains, published in 1802, a book well known to students of Celtic literature.
P. H. E.
CLARINGBOLD, BROADSTAIRS. April 1894.