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C °xFEKE\CK with welsh 5 MEMBEKS. f 1JNITED APPEAL TO LORD SALISBURY. j Cl i ri/ehef from At, e elshmen in Patagonia "bl1i a ConsideredgTtine opPression were on ^st ^nd Po5- ,y _a j°lnt meeting of an t le £ ates m t, Welsh members. The thP *an> attf.'n,-i„^ fJenbovv Phillips and Llwyd ssso^^ose anrf House of Commons for Aif^bly, n-y. i at 6°me length, addressed the Nomas' presided over by Mr. iji],°berts \r V- Grs Present -were Mr. Her- Jfp "tT" aug'han Davies, Sir Powlett ch ^el Thnrv, °y<i~Geoige, Mr. Tudor Howell, Mors,^a3'Mr- Charles Morley, Mr. Prit- Ali,^e- Mr vii'- Herbert Levds, General Ck 8Picer iSrGiiffiths- Mr- T- E- Ellis, Mr-. a and v., Brynmor Jones, Mr. Samuel ryce-Joneo. eQ, pr tement of the grievances of the PhiT to tie .Pafed ^y Mr- Phillips, was also f°1lS-^Pect oTlhS' ThiB gave the geo?rua" So™ of +i, case and a history of the Jt >,„■e, settlement in Pata- iJf0tlS?h. a, f mt*d cut that Sir John Nar- h fla? ar"-rPack as 1670- had hoisted the fat.1*6, and >i j San Julian and at Port tils 0llia in fiT taken formal possession of fQ* S5aQi,ji Xrae name of Charles II. In 1780 Hiiw colon .• \'ernment had attempted to iw then » ut had failed. The state- ce«j Ian,} j ?n to narrate how the Welsh- from t> in ^'ew Hay in 1865, and pro- f »ea J S1lfferin °rt ^Iadryn to the Chubat Valley. °f n>S privations, chiefly by of ti, water and the arid they Cn 8o^. by making irrigation s|0h arable nn^erted a considerable tract into iru? they Pasture land. On two occa- s«v»18^ VfarsnCeiVe'^ °ffGrs of assistance from 5yitre- The ^ut they determined to per- tly of twe] Und€d a Government, a com- 8ent IJeaCe. Je members. and some justices of SUh officers u1880 Argentine Republic C6[, jtuted put down the Government, s6ani°i^er' aad. Practically com- trov 0lH thft rs to receive certificates of 00, eraiaent o?presentatives of the Argentine Since that time, the report goes g>>g have v Sreat oppression and harsh- the y imna'6en committed, which have Progress of the Colony. arsJj^enta evances which have induced the Mth 'B CoQir)c!llPPeal to t^le Hritish Government tin" the Xa+- ng young Welshmen to serve hea7V10na^ ^Uard> to drill on Sundays ^Penalties, and the threat that <Uer D^blic ced to serve in other parts of B Wlt,h the ordinary Argentine BOI- the11?'?1' having read the etate- l'eQn x3JQin^Sates were submitted to some *ati to °.n' after which they were V v?s ^ch^116- a result of the delibe- ^7^. Albert^followed, a resolution, proposed "ijShap(j jj Spicer, and seconded by Mr. the ^gan> was unanimously pa-ssed: — f<jffcQw Phifratement presented to us by Mr. +„ 1?s an(l Mr. Llwyd ap Iwan be °hn g the Foreign Office, and that Mr. R Ù!Ck be asked to receive a small 0ov ^ir best may urge the Government to Soaf^^ent + i11 inducing the Argentine W1 Qaopg r the Welsh Colony in Pata- 'Tjj. der)!1+ nd'y and considerate treatment." lir8, ^tr ^°n wiH consist of Mr. Alfred o J rr ^dor Howell, Mr. Brynmor Jones, el¡n. b.ea.l'in erbert Lewis- I'hiii resolution read later on, Mr. >0^tiDe hps emphatically stated that the aot „°Vernment would promise, but they arry it out. The mildness of the <lirj ^efin» P^eared to surprise him, but, after o°t r'he Welshmen's case, the meeting ^R ^tttat; °W they could strengthen it. Had Stj0fi he^n J331 heen sent over in 1880 it would Di^jlin6 vS^le to have taken up a very th6 from that time until the ^ith ^niA ^Lmen appear to have accepted W >,of the Argentine Government iitw^lt, gj.p s^. and this pacific attitude, it th ^y handicapped any attempt to "ti tb.ev e¡r Present status. Every effort r' ^ade to bring about a more Cr0^ient w;3tate of afFairs. Copies of the forwarded to Ministers of the IJOM' has consented to place them tl:te 7*1 (h Rosebery and Kimberley and Sir t!\ (\, and- if necessary, the services of Roister will be asked for to pro- ———— liT SUGGESTION FROM to t, ^BGEirrirrA. to aPpoim fact that members of the depu- bef to wait upon Mr. Brodrick ^hejj -0,'e Mm the grievances of tho ]1if eDts Patagonia important en- 4t *i the country this week, tire meet- Jf Foreigrn OHlce will be postponed hjjjj ^Qnday or .Tuesday next, Mr, Benbow 18 and Mr. Llwyd ap Iw'an have received ^r°m the Argentine from which it that the colonists have been advised Wj^hdraw their representatives from Eng- rely upon the good offices of General the President, for the redressing of their ances. If General Boca were the only a. "ith whom they had to treat, the dele- have little doubt about accepting "!1o. Advice. Unfortunately, the Welshmen 11.1),(\, it he existence of a clique against them. p ^ant. :s this clique-influential and all-im- lD Buenos Ayres-which they have to

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