"ABERAMMON, near Adare, in the hundred of Mirkin, in the county of Glamorgan, 2 miles S.E. of Aberdare. Here stood the old mansion of the Matthewes, who have left considerable charities to Adare."
"CAERPHILLY HUNDRED, one of the ten hundreds or subdivisions of the county of Glamorgan, South Wales, situated in the eastern part of the county, and bounded on the E. by Monmouthshire, on the S. by the hundred of Kibbor, and on the W. by the hundred of Miskin. It contains the parishes of Eglwys-Ilan, Gelligaer, Llanfabon, and Merthyr-Tydfil, with parts of Bedwas, Machen, and Michaelston-y-Vedw."
"COWBRIDGE, a hundred in the county of Glamorgan, South Wales, contains the parishes of Cowbridge, Llanbleddian, Eglwys-Brewis, Flemingston, Gileston, Major Llantwit, Llan-dough, Llan-haran, Llanharry, Llan-ilid, Llan-maes, Lhan-mitrangle, Llan-sannor, Llysworney-Nash, Pendoylan, St. Athan, St. Donat's Welsh, St. Mary-church, Stembridge, and Ystrad-Owen."
"DAW, (or Dhaw), a river, rising above Cowbridge, in the county of Glamorgan and after a course of 10 miles, falling into the Bristol Channel at Aberthaw.
"DINAS-POWIS, a hundred in the county of Glamorgan, contains the parishes of St. Andrew, Bonvilston, Barry, St. Bride, Cogan, Cadoxton juxta-Barry, St. George, St. Faggan, Lavernock, Highlight, Llancarfan, Leckwith, Llan-dough juxta-Penarth, Llantrithyd, Llanillterne, St. Lythan's, Llanvithian, Michaelston-le-Pit, Merthyr-Dyfan, St. Nicholas, Michaelston-super-Ely, Penmark, Penarth, Porth-Kerry, Sully, Peterston-super-Ely, and Wenvoe."
"GOWER, a peninsula in the county Glamorgan, lying between Swansea Bay and Burry river. It is chiefly composed of limestone rock, and is rich in lead, manganese, and iron ore. The coast is extremely rocky and full of caves. On Cefn Bryn is a famous cromlech called King Arthur's Stone, a chief seat of the Druids. There are also remains of numerous Norman castles and churches. The poet Gower and Bishop Gower were born here."
"KIBBOR, a hundred in county Glamorgan, contains the parishes of Caerau, Llandaff, Llanedeyrn, Llanishen, Lisvane, and Routh."
"LLANGYFELACH, a hundred, one of the subdivisions of the county Glamorgan. It is situated in the western part of the county, and includes the parishes of Llangyfelach, Llangiwg, and Llansamlet."
"LLANILLTERNE, (or Llanillitern), a parochial chapelry in the hundred of Dinas Powis, county Glamorgan, 6 miles N.W. of Cardiff its post town, and 5 from Caerphilly. A tributary of the river Ely flows through this parish. There is no village, only a few farmhouses and cottages. The living is a curacy annexed to the rectory* of St. Fagan's, in the diocese of Llandaff. The church is dedicated to St. Fagan. It is situated near the remains of the former one now converted into a barn.
"MISKIN, a hundred in county Glamorgan, contains the parishes of Aberdare, Llantrisaint, Llantwitvairdre, Llanwonno, Pentyrch, Radyr, and Ystrad-dyfodwg."
"MORLAIS, a stream of county Glamorgan. It rises under the Brecknockshire Beacons, and passing by Morlais Castle, built by Gilbert Earl of Gloucester, joins the Lesser Taff."
"NEATH, a hundred in the county of Glamorgan, contains the parishes of Aberavon, Baglan, Briton Ferry, Cadoxton juxta Neath, Glyncorrwg, Cilybebyll, Lower-Llantwit, Michaelston-super-Avon, and Neath."
"NEWCASTLE, a hundred in county Glamorgan, contains the parishes of Bettws, St. Bride's Minor, Coychurch, Coity, Lower Kenfig, Laleston, Llangynwyd, Margam, Newcastle, Newton-Nottage, Pyle, and Tythegston."
"OGMORE, a salmon and trout stream of the county of Glamorgan, rises in the mountains of Llandyfodwg, and falls into the Bristol Channel."
"OGMORE, a hundred in the county of Glamorgan, contains the parishes of St. Andrew's Minor, St. Bride Major, Colwinston, St. Donat's, Ewenny, Llandyfodwg, Llandow, Llangan, Llangeinor, Marcross, St. Mary Hill, Merthyr-Mawr, Monknash, Penllyn, and Wick."
"RHONDDU, a river of the county of Glamorgan, rises under Craig y Llyn, and joins the Taff at Pontyprydd."
"SKARWEATHER, a sandbank outside Swansea Bay, on the coast of county Glamorgan, 3 miles W. of Porthcawl."
"SWANSEA, a hundred in county Glamorgan, contains the parishes of Bishopston, Cheriton, Ilston, St. John, Knelston, Llandewy, Llandeilo-Talybont, Llangennith, Llanmadogk, Llanrhidian, Loughor, Nicholaston, Oxwich, Oystermouth, Penmaen, Pennard, Penrice, Port Eynon, Reynoldston, Rhossili, and Swansea."
"SYCHRYD, a stream of counties Brecon and Glamorgan, joins the river Hepste near Pont-nydd-fechan."