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The Bardic Letters

The Cambro-Briton
Vol. 1, No. 7 (Mar., 1820), pp. 241-246
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[Footnotes]
  • *
    Moude Primitif, tom. iii; p. 379
  • Harris's Hermes, p. 331
  • *
    P. 18.
  • "Divine Legation of Moses," p. 97
  • *
    Mr. Davies's " Celtic Researches," p. 332 et seq.
  • *
    Mr. Astle's " Treatise on the Radical Letters of the Pelasgians."
  • Bell. Gall. lib. vi. c. 14
  • Mr. Davies has well observed on this passage, that " Casar's probable " reasons for a maiked prohibition of letters in a certain case forcibly argue, " that our Druid was a master of their import: and this prohibition, being " an institute or fundamental part of his law, evinces that such knowlrge "was npt recent." Celt, Res. p. 239.
  • *
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ch 27, v. 16 and 17
    • Fry's Pantographia, p. 306
  • CAMBRO-BRITON, No. 1, p. 15, and the Ist volume of the Cambrian Register, p. 5365.