When we last parted with him after his visit to Coed he had not seen the beginning of these attacks.
"Coes" appears to have been a form of the early British "coed," for woodland.
There was a fair at Coed that day, and many people of the peasant class got in here.
She was quite close to Coed now, and the water lay calm as a pond.
The train, which did not stop at Bryngelly, ...