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English: Possibly the earliest English version of the March of the Men of Harlech. It appears in "Welsh Melodies With Welsh and English Poetry" volume 2.

Original publication: Published in London, England in 1862

Immediate source: Thomas Oliphant wrote the English poetry, The book is called "Welsh Melodies With Welsh and English Poetry" (volume 2). The publisher is Addison, Hollier and Lucas of 210 Regent Street, London, England

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