|St Levan Church (Llanlavan is probably Saint Levan - My poor knowledge of Cwmraeg (Welsh) would suggest so anyway, Llan in Welsh being roughly equivalent to a parish area) - image © Copyright Tim Heaton and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.|
[cont...] "...37 Then they came together out of Market-Joy (Marchnad-Joy Thursday market). And they said, come with us as far as Coed Carrn yr Wylfa (the Wood of the heap of stones of watching), in the parish of Burnian.
38 There two roads separated, and the merchants wished Ivan to go home Ofay with them ; but that tune he would not, but would go home to his wife.
39 Then when he had separated from the merchants, he foolishly spent his time to try his wife, whether she proved constant to him, whether she did or did not.
40 And when he came to the door, he heard some one else in the bed ; he placed his hand on his dagger to slay them both ; but he recollected that he ought to suffer twice before he struck once.
41 And he came out again, and then he knocked. Who is there, in the name of God ? said she...." [cont...]
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 1818