Cambro-Briton

Cam´bro-Brit´on

    (kăm´brô`brĭt´ŭn)
n.1.A Welshman.
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One of these introduced me to The Cambro-Briton, the journal in which Prichard published his first known poem under the nom de plume 'Jeffery Llewelyn'.
Radcliffe's Romance of the Forest (1791), and Boaden's Cambro-Britons (1798).
Boaden adapted Benedicte Naubert's Herman of Unna (1794) into his play The Secret Tribunal (1795) which established the Gothic convention of a tribunal form of the Inquisition and in 1798 he penned an original semi-historical play entitled Cambro-Britons in which he redeems the villain with the emergence of a ghost (Cohan xvi).
He had experienced considerable success with the inclusion of ghosts in his previous dramas Fontainville Forest and Cambro-Britons.