To: Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona
From: Maurice Lewis (her father)
Sunday March 6 1904
Dear Lizzie Ann, David, JM & Lona
We now take the pleasure of writing these few lines you hoping that they will find you all pretty well as we are at present. It's very cold here today.
We have a very nice Sunday commemorating the Centenary of the Bible Society. Church and Chapels all combined but we hold ours in our new schoolroom and we have had a very nice meeting. The preacher spoke and then Jack Jenkins read a paper and then Mr. Maeyler and then Mr. Jenkins the Bank a solo and then Mr. Rowlands and the meeting terminated. The text this morning was the first chapter of Acts 9 10 11 verses. He said about ...ing [?] not a very profitable thing but better to go and do. He also said that it was very profitable to be waiting also for His coming again.
Dear Lizzie Ann, whatever may be, trust in the Lord, let your lamp be burning. May God grant you these blessings.
Mamma and Frances send their very best love to you all. Tell the children to be very good. Best love to David. So no more at present, with very best love.
Frances went through her task in Talybont, very pleasing to all.
So no more Dear at present.