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GALLANTRIES OF DOLGELLEN, THE (Malldod Dôlgellen). Welsh, Air (whole time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England and Wales (1840, p. 90) gives:

Dolgelly or Dolgellen (Merioneth), situated in a fertile valley between the rivers Arran and Wnion, surrounded by mountains, and justly celebrated for the beauty of its scenery. It has a considerable trade in flannels, coarse cloths and kerseymeres, and is much frequented by persons making excursions for pleasure. The principal building is the County-hall, erected about 1825, but it also has a small Church and a Market-house. Outside the town is the County Gaol. Township. Pop. 2093. Inns: Golden Lion, Angel, Ship.

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Printed sources : - Edward Jones (Musical and Poetical Relicks of the Welsh Bards), 1784; p. 127.

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