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[ ] Swancot. Has to write as three minutes on the telephone would not be sufficient to thank the new ...,

[ ] Swancot. Has to write as three minutes on the telephone would not be sufficient to thank the new Owain Glyndr of Wales. Huw T. Edwards's resignation is the most sensational, most hopeful event which has occurred in twentieth century Wales. Huw T. Edwards has become the hero of the whole of Wales. Pleads with Huw T. Edwards to retain all his correspondence for the writer to read. Much regrets his decision to go to the Continent the very time the dawn was breaking for Wales. Hopes to meet Huw T. Edwards during the first week of September. The writer is one of many who are prepared to smooth the way for Huw T. Edwards. Welsh.

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... He is very sorry for her father's illness and hopes he is recovered. She upbraids him for travelling so much the last day of their journey hither, but necessity has no law. His brother's illness on the road, with the expense of a physician at Bath, had greatly drained them of money, and they had occasions to preserve a little for their use after coming to Critchel. He will take better care of himself in coming home. Mention of her lock of hair and letter.

[ ] To cousin Thomas Williams,

If 'you' go for Bath before Easter Monday (at which time the above money is promised to be paid 'you') leave this with David Davis and desire 'him' to receive it and send 'me' word by post to Carmarthen. If 'you' go into Builth before, 'I' desire 'you' would leave a letter safely to be delivered to Mr. Wm. Wms., signifying ',your' going to Bath and telling 'him' that 'he' may call at David Davis's to pay the money. If 'you' receive the money, let 'me' hear of it by post. Write to John Awbrey to inquire of the Clerk of the House of :Lords to know if such an appeal be entered For Mr. John Awbrey at Mr. Bull's house in Colledge Street near Westminster Abby, London. Incomplete.

[ ] To Mr. Williams, Llanidan,

The proposed trust deed for the benefit of Sir George Warren, expressing the writer's willingness to act as trustee only on condition that he receives no money from the execution of the trust, Discusses expenses already incurred in the execution of the deed, and whether 'Sir H. Wms' means to act as trustee.

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