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[ ] In London to [Adam Ottley]. Mr Cremer had hopes, and, the writer believes, a promise from Lord Wilmington ...,

[ ] In London to [Adam Ottley]. Mr Cremer had hopes, and, the writer believes, a promise from Lord Wilmington to excuse the recipient from being sheriff, but the Duke of Newcastle told Lord Wilmington that the recipient was the person particularly fixed upon. Mutilated, signature missing.

[ ]. Is addressing this letter to the leaders of the various political parties within Flintshire as a result of ...,

[ ]. Is addressing this letter to the leaders of the various political parties within Flintshire as a result of the interference on the matter of the question of the Director of Education. The Director did make a mistake in tendering his resignation and then overseeing the drawing up of a short list of candidates for the vacant post. He subsequently offered to remain in the employ of Flintshire County Council, and it was agreed to cancel the interviews for the post. There is considerable pressure on the County Council not to re-engage Dr Williams. Outlines some of Dr Williams's many achievements which have been of great benefit to the county of Flintshire. Hopes that these services will not be forgotten at a time of crisis.

[ ] Many thanks for Tros y Tresi which he found fascinating and stimulating to read. The writer in now ...,

[ ] Many thanks for Tros y Tresi which he found fascinating and stimulating to read. The writer in now in his nineties, and can recall the struggles for religious and political freedom which extend back over the last seventy years. All his friends agree that the foremost characteristics of the book are its sincerity and its incentive and encouragement to work on behalf of Wales. He is one of the few still alive who can recall thinking that the world was sure to come to an end at the death of Gladstone in 1898!.

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