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PREFACE TO VOL. XIV.
There will be found in this volume several papers
of considerable interest, though not immediately connected with each other ; more particularly on the early camps and earthworks of " Ancient Arwystli in Montgomeryshire,” on “ Berw and the Hollands of Anglesey,” the "Index of Llyfr Coch Asaph,” and on the “ Original MS. of the Liber Landavensis.'
The series of papers on the “ Domestic Architecture of South Pembrokeshire” is concluded in it; but it is earnestly hoped that the author will undertake similar researches in the other counties of Wales, and will record them in the pages of the Journal.
The very valuable “Contribution towards a Cartulary of Margam” is also brought in it to a completion, serving as a model of the manner in which such researches should be carried on, and throwing great light on the history of Glamorganshire.
Particular attention is called to papers by the Hon. W.0. Stanley and Mr. Albert Way, on “ Ancient Inter