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- n. Plural form of Cambro-Briton.
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A dozen were added to them from the pure well of Welsh undefiled, and mark the districts settled by Cambro-Britons.
Agincourt_, "To the brave Cambro-Britons and their Harp," not to be confounded with the narrative "Battle of Agincourt," which is of a less rare merit.
His poem "To the Cambro-Britons on their Harp" is full of vigor; it runs, it leaps, clashing its verses like swords upon bucklers, and moves the pulse to a charge.
Cambro-Britons, and other primitive nations, it was couched in poetry, and ran as follows: -
Cambro-Britons, when was Wales last in the race of honour? '