|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...] "...42 I am here, replied Ivan. In the name of Mary, whom do I hear said she ; if you are Ivan, come in. Bring you also a light, said Ivan. Then she brought a light.
43 And when Ivan was come in, as I was advancing to the door, said he, I heard some one else in the bed.
44 Oh ! Ivan, replied she, when you determined to go away, I was three months gone with child ; and now we have a beautiful infant in the bed, gracious in the sight of God may he be !
45 Reph'ed Ivan, I will tell thee, my master and my mistress gave me a cake, and told me, when I and my wife should be most joyful together, that we should break the cake and not sooner. And now we have cause to be joyful.
46 Then they broke the cake, and there were nine pounds in the cake; and the money they had, and the bread they eat ; and there never was an idle word nor strife between them afterwards. And so it ends."
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 1818
Maps with help from here - http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Celtic_Fairy_Tales/Addenda_and_Corrigenda
Map - Llanlavan / St Levans.
Ty Hwrdh / Chyannor [Unknown]
Map - Wayn Her / St Hilary's Moor. [Saint Hillary?]
Map - Kaer Esk fair (Exeter)
Map - Tre Rhyn / Trereen [Treen?]
Map - Market Jew / Marazion.
Coed Carn y Wylfa / Cûz Carn na huila [Unknown]
Map - Burman / Buryan.
[The place-name corrections in this tale are due to Mr. Phillimore, who points out that Llwyd, in his Welsh translation of the original Cornish, gave the Welsh equivalents of the Cornish place-names.]