"On pp. 7-8 of Llais Awen we find Gwilym Morgannwg 's poem ‘Heddwch’ …, ‘ which was declaimed from the Logan Stone in the presence of the Gorsedd of Morgannwg, at the second Assemblage, at the Summer Solstice, in the year 1814.’ ‘ He and myself were initiated into the arcana of Druidism by my father,’ says Taliesin ab Iolo, who adds that he was ‘my only brother druid.’ In the other book, Gwilym Morgannwg tells us the story of the society's fourth eisteddfod at which he appears to have been one of the adjudicators. An interesting feature of his adjudication is his uncompromising opposition to the use of blank verse. On pp. 63-4 we have an account of the fifth eisteddfod held on the day of the ‘Feast of the Summer Solstice, 1825.’ At this eisteddfod Gwilym Morgannwg won a prize for his awdl on the destruction of Caerphilly castle. Taliesin also says that he won a prize at the Cardiff eisteddfod, 1834, for an epitaph to be carved on Iolo Morganwg's tombstone, and that among his effects was a silver medal which he had won singing to the accompaniment of a harp" (Morgan).