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1 This man, named Marks, was the grandson of Joseph Marks, cooper of Llandyfaelog, and uncle to the painter Henry Stacey Marks, R.A. He went to Poland, married a Polish lady and is said to have witnessed the fall of Warsaw to the Russians before fleeing the country. He kept a school at the Quaker Meeting House in Lammas Street, Carmarthen before it was taken over by Evan Donard Evans, father of Alcwyn Evans.
2 The work was printed by J. D. Davies, 56, King Street, Carmarthen in 1834.
3 There appears to be no copy of this collection, but surviving is a notice printed by William Jenkins, Carmarthen in 1836 announcing that it was "to be handsomely printed on fine paper, in One Volume, Post Octavo, neatly Bound in Cloth" at a price of seven shillings to subscribers.

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