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1 See in particular The Red Dragon 1884, Vol. VI, (pp.97 forward and 193 fwd.), upon which much of the material for this article (particularly the quotations) is based.
2 General Napier was a first cousin of Foley's wife and, no doubt through his acquaintance with Foley, married Frances Dyer of Aberglasney, Foley's own great-neice. His statue may be seen in Trafalgar Square.
3 See The Red Dragon 1884, Vol. VI p.480.
4 Lewis (Topographical Dictionary: Llansadwrn) says "near the site and from the ruins of the old house".
5 See alo "Welsh Interiors 2: Abermarlais" by Major F. Jones, Arch. Comb., 1967. There never, however, appears to have been a balcony on the house.
6 See Western Mail, 17 February 1937. Brownhill was later the home of Llewelyn Williams, the Liberal M.P., for whom see The Carmarthenshire Historian, Vol. XVIII, p.81.
7 Tours in Wales by Richard Fenton, published 1917, p.72.

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