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, left Coed at ten, and Coed was an hour and a half's walk.
Ah, she had it; she would take her canoe and paddle across the bay to the little town of Coed and write her letter there.
Then she took her ticket, not to Bryngelly or to Coed, but to the station on this side of Bryngelly, and three miles from it.
"We understand them all," said John Griffith, of Coed, who was supposed to be the tenant of most importance on the property.
Two or three times he has been down with old Griffith at Coed, and twice young Cantor found him lying on the sea cliff.
At the gate of Coed farmyard the carriage stopped, and the old farmer came out to say a few words to her.