244. Robert Southey to William Owen [Pughe], 9 August 1797
244. Robert Southey to William Owen [Pughe], 9 August 1797 *
I am very much obliged to you for the information you have so kindly afforded me. you will, I hope, excuse the liberty I take in still soliciting more.
I am taking Madoc to the Court of Owen Cyveiliōc.  will you be kind enough to tell me where that Court was, whether at Mathraval? & to give me some little sketch of Cyveiliocs history. I shall make Madoc present at a Gorsedd in Powys, & must not omit to thank you for the knowledge I have gaind upon this & other branches of Welsh antiquities from your Llywarc Hen. 
will you favour me with a letter? my direction is Burton. near Ringwood. Hampshire. I must likewise beg you to give me the pronunciation. am I right in calling him Cūvaīlïöc?
I am Sir
yr much obliged
August 9. 1797.