R. 19 of Instant
Hounslow August 13th 1815
Dear Father and Mother
Your letter Dated July the 7th I received on the13th and very sorry to heard of your Illness but in great hopes you are enjoy a better health at present
Uncle going to send a small Box in course of next week with some Books, and I mean to send some Tobacco and some other trifle for my Mother we shall send it with Gloucester Mail
I wish you let us know in the next how is the harvest come on this year with you and how Kilgarren fair come’s on and all the news of the nighbourhood who is well and who is not and who’s married and who’s Died
so no more at present from your most Obedient,
[Owen Williams, Daniel’s uncle, writes]
my good Brother this will Inform you that the pain I under my heel is increas so much that I cannot walke without a Stick and the Doctor cannot give it a Name but now it seeme to be Better. I have send you a good Book of Doctor Simson Plea for religion another the Confesiton of a methodist by a profechior another the Pedigree of Nepolion Bounapartes, also the Carater of the prince of Walles by Nathaniel Jeffries M:P for Stafordshire, allso gide to the city of Bath now you are Leame they will be an amusement to you
I have No Complaint on Daniel he is very well thougt of by Evry Body in the Neiborhood he is grone very Lusty almost as Stout as is cosin Stephen and I think the strongest Man in Hounslow he hath Latly been to see Winsor Castle wher ould king Georg Lays in state of insanity the ould man Injoice a good stat of health but stone bleind and Insane he nhows nobody: you will be so good as to Let us nhow when you Rec’d the Box and What the Carieg come to to and how you Like your colecttion of Books the harvest is all in about hear this week and they wants rain for the Turneps
they say about hear that Bonipartte hath set saile in the Nothumerland for his place of Exile on the Iland St Helena very much against his will the Box will be at Carmarthen about the 17th
I am with respect your Brother
Answer to this Dated 28th of August 1815.
The Box and the Books Carridge from Houndslow to Cardigan mentioned in this letter is 4s 6d.
Byddwch cystal a danfon u llog am aflwydd in a ddarfy ar u 10fed o Tachwedd 1821 ym llaw erbyn y 3edd neu 4ydd or Mis nesaf sef u Mis Medy, a gwneid felly an boddtra,
Penralltddu Awst 27 1822