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[? ] Van Mildert in London to [Adam Ottley]. Enclosed the recipient has the draft of a lease [missing] which ...,

[? ] Van Mildert in London to [Adam Ottley]. Enclosed the recipient has the draft of a lease [missing] which will be drawn up if the recipient approves and returns it. The South Sea company took in the lottery annuities. He cannot advise the recipient whetherto sell out or not. Endorsed: name of writer, date.

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Thanks for the letter about the Welsh Games. Regrets his error in confusing Maindy Stadium with the Barracks. Hopes that it is now quite clear that it is the Barracks which the Welsh Games Council would like to secure as their National Sports Centre. Gives the background to the establishment of the Games Council and details of its current membership and activities. Gives this information following a question in the House of Commons by Donald Box, MP, which the writer assumes he will be pursuing further. Anything which the recipient can do to further the intentions of the Council is to be warmly welcomed. Mr Tom Davies will forward to the recipient an invitation to the Welsh Games and the Programme of Events.

[ ], 145C Windsor Road, Neath. Has previously invited Huw T. Edwards to a private viewing of his mural paintings ...,

[ ], 145C Windsor Road, Neath. Has previously invited Huw T. Edwards to a private viewing of his mural paintings 'The Children of Tirmorfa' which are kept at Port Talbot. But Huw T. Edwards could not then accept the invitation. Now wishes to extend to Huw T. Edwards an invitation to view his murals privately. Incomplete.

[ ], 19 Easterly Crescent, Leeds 8. Would like to congratulate Huw T. Edwards on the 'blunt forthrightness' with which ...,

[ ], 19 Easterly Crescent, Leeds 8. Would like to congratulate Huw T. Edwards on the 'blunt forthrightness' with which he made his statement on home rule on the television. Although it is daily becoming more apparent that honest and democratic argument will bring nothing to Wales in this connection, it is a courageous act for Huw T. Edwards to speak out. Abysmal ignorance prevails in England on the subject; the English have an absolute monopoly of the House of Commons and are in a position to out-vote the Welsh, the Scots and the Irish if need be. There is a critical need for Welsh opinions to be formed and guided on these matters. The weakness of the press all too often poisons Welsh opinions. A truly national daily newspaper - in ownership and distribution - would be a great asset to Wales. At the moment Wales has to rely on her prominent public figures, and often they prove defective. Only the efforts of the Welsh people can bring real prosperity to Wales in the future. The most auspicious beginning for Wales is 'independence and a proper control of our own resources and destiny'. Hopes that the Tryweryn Conference will prove a success. Much depends on the ability of its Chairman and the contribution of the individual speakers. Discusses the effects of Tryweryn upon the rateable values of English and Welsh counties. Incomplete.

[ ], Colwyn Bay and WD Hospital, Colwyn Bay. Is resigning from her post as the matron of the hospital ...,

[ ], Colwyn Bay and WD Hospital, Colwyn Bay. Is resigning from her post as the matron of the hospital. Has been very happy in this post, and will miss her work and her friends very much. But, as she reaches retirement age at the end of May, she wishes to leave the hospital at the end of June 1962 to make way for a younger person. Is most grateful to Huw T. Edwards for all the help, kindness and consideration which he has always given her.

[ ], Drofa Dulog, c/o Sarmiento 340, Trelew, Chubut, Argentina. Has read much about Huw T. Edwards in the pages ...,

[ ], Drofa Dulog, c/o Sarmiento 340, Trelew, Chubut, Argentina. Has read much about Huw T. Edwards in the pages of Y Cymro from time to time, about his work for the cause of Wales within different societies. They wish to congratulate Huw T. Edwards on his great work following the report in a recent number of Y Cymro that he had resigned his position with the Welsh Tourist Board. They hope that he will enjoy his retirement. Has many times hoped to meet Huw T. Edwards, and his dream came true with his visit to Patagonia recently. Possibly Huw T. Edwards may remember the writer addressing the meeting at Drofa Dulog chapel welcoming the pilgrims. Huw T. Edwards has by now seen Patagonia for himself; what impression did he gain and what is his opinion on the place? Huw T. Edwards is sure to have noticed the lack of resources available to hold ceremonies. Welsh Incomplete.

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