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John Harworth's Recitations


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LLEWELYN MEMORIAL A distinguished gathering of London Welsh- men met at the Westminster Palace Hotel, on Wednesday last, March 18th, to form a Lon don Committee of the Llewelyn Memorial fund. Lord Kenyon presided, and was supported by the Bishop of Bangor and Mr. T. E. Ellis, M.P. (chief Liberal Whip), among the gathering were Mr. D. Lloyd George, M.P., Mr. Herbert Lewis, M.P., Mr. W. Llewelyn Williams, Mr. D.Lleufer Thomas, Mr. T. E. Morris, Rev. G. Hartwell Jones, M.A., Mr. Cadwaladr Davies and others. A letter of regret was read from Sir George Osborn Morgan who expressed his entire sympathy with the movement and promising a contribu- tion. In his speech Lord Kenyon remarked that the movement for the erection of a worthy monument to Wales' last prince deserved the co-operation of all London Welshmen, and urged that a strong Committee be formed in London, thoroughly national in its character that would obtain subscriptions from all classes of Welsh people. Mr. T. E. Ellis, in supporting the proposition, remarked that the feeling displayed at the meeting held in London last spring, fully indi- cated the interest that London Welshmen took in the movement, and that a strong Committee had already been formed at Ffestiniog and Aberystwyth as well as prospects of another iri Liverpool,and that it would be a sore discredit if London would not unite in forming a large fund. The Lord Bishop of Bangor then proposed that the following ladies and gentlemen should form the Committee, and was seconded by Herbert Lewis, M.P.: Revs. G. Hartwell Jones, M.A., Abraham Roberts, Owen Evans, D.D. Messrs. J. Arthur Price, W. LI. Williams, D. LI. Thomas, Cadwaladr Davies; Dr. Isambard Owen; Mr. Vincent Evans Miss Dora Jones, Mrs. Mary Davies, Miss Edwards. The meeting then terminated with a vote of thanks to Lord Kenyon, moved by Mr. Lloyd George, M.P.


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