To: Lizzie Ann, David

From: Maurice Lewis (her father)

March 10th 1901

Dear Lizzie Ann & David

We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you hoping that you are much better and David and baby quite well. Dear Lizzie Ann, Mamma is pretty well and JM quite well and he ran across the kitchen before I came from the house, and he is very good tempered. Frances is rather tired today after been singing so much at Borth and Aberystwyth last week. The meeting that was held in the College on Friday night, it lasted from 6.30 till after 1o'clock in the morning and she did all her parts very successful, also much praise came from Borth. Dear Lizzie Ann do you hear from Johnny? We have not heard anything since the time of the photo. We should like to have a word from him.

Dear Lizzie Ann I hope you have much pleasure in thinking of some of the verses that you have learned. The word of God is very precious in times of affliction. I hope that you have a ray of light from Calvary now and again. Jesus Christ - the same yesterday, today and forever. Our minister is with us today. The text this morning was Hebrews, 5th chapter, 7th verse. Dear we have no more to say at present.

From your dear Father and Mother, son & sister. With very kind love to David, hoping that little baby is quite well.