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Dwi'n cael rhyw banic, wrth feddwl bod yr obsesiwn sydd wedi fy nghynnal i ers bron i ugain mlynedd yn pylu.
Chi oxi Ah [c] a xel humay ru camic Tukuchee ru banic yuhuh.
Quere [c] a ru banic vinak rij, quere navipe rubanic chay abah ri [c,] apal
Leinftcr: it receive* into it two or three fmart rivulets, but having no outlet, the waters accumulate and gradually averflow the adjacent grounds; * iill the peafan -: fry once in three or four years let theni off, by making a cut thro* the high fand-banic that parts the fake from the fea, which very footx fills up again.
Topographia hibernica : or The topography ofIreland, antient and modern. Giving a complete view of the civil and ecclesiastical state of that kingdom; with its antiquities, natural curiosities, trade, manufactures, extent and population
* The whole ride, Mr P. fays, from Stirling to QuecnVferry (near Hopeton houfe) is not to be parallelc. l for the elegance and variety of itsprofpedls: the whole is a compofition of all that h great and heau - lifd: towns, viibges, feats, and ancitr. t towers, decorate each banic pf that fine cxpanfe of water the Fir: h; while the bufy fcenes of cwnmercc and rural ccconomy are no fm. -iil addition to the dVA Vvfc,