To: Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona
From: Maurice Lewis (her father)
November 2nd 1902
Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM and Lona
We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines to you, hoping that they will find you all very well as we are today. Frances arrived in good time and a very pleasant journey, and she looks very well and full of life. They were all very glad to see her in the Chapel. Hoping dear Lizzie Ann that you are able to get on pretty well. Frances's friends are coming to see her one after the other. Mamma is pretty well. Thank you dear very much for the nice cakes you sent us, being just enjoying some of them for tea now. It is a very fine day here. Our school was 86 in number. I enjoyed in my class very much. We are studying the 6th chapter Romans for our school meeting in the late end of this month. There is plenty of scope for thoughts here.
Our preacher Mr Williams (Pastor). The text was Matthew, 14th chapter, 19 verse about feeding the five thousand and we think that it was about the best sermon that he preached to us at all. We hope that dear little Lona's heel is getting better and tell John Morris about us, dear little boy. Give our very best love to David and may the blessing of God be with you. Frances will write you very soon. We thank David and yourself for being so kind to her.
X X X children