Dolgellau

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Dolgellau

(dôlgĕth`lī, –gĕl`ī), town (1981 pop. 2,321), Gwynedd, W Wales, on the Whion River at the northern foot of Cadair Idris. It is a market town and tourist center.

Dolgellau

a market town and tourist centre in NW Wales, in Gwynedd. Pop.: 2407 (2001)
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At the bottom of the page was the name of a house, Dolgelley (the old Anglised spelling of Dolgellau) North Wales.
Llanfrothen parish was in Deudraeth Rural District which included the town of Harlech and several adjacent parishes and was in the county of Merioneth the county town being Dolgelley, now Dolgellau.
The Victorian envelope - simply addressed to John Jones Esq, Solicitor, Dolgelley North Wales - was sent from Tredegar in August 1840, just weeks after the official launch on May 6,1840, of Britain's first adhesive postage stamp, the Penny Black.