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The Rhondda Council Presentation.

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The Rhondda Council Presenta- tion. Councillor Thomas, as chairman of the Rhondda. Council, then presented Prin- cess Louise with a handsome golden vase, standing about 14in. high, on the model of an antique salt cellar recently pre- sented to the King. The Clerk to the Council (Mr. Nicholas) read the following accompanying address: To Her Royal Highness Princess Louise, J Duchess of Argyll. May it please your Royal Highness. We, the chairman and members of the Rhondda Urban District Council, on behalf of the inhabitants of the Rhondda Vail ev. desire to offer to your Royal Highness our most cordial and loyal welcome to the district, and to tender to you our heartfelt thanks for your gracious presence amongst llS. We acknowledge with deep gratitude the great interest which your Royal High- ness has always evinced in tho welfare of the people, and of which your visit here to-day is only another instance. Your coming to the Rhondda is much appreciated, and the occasion will always be remembered by us with the keenest pleasure. We desire to assure your Royal High- ness of the loyalty of the inhabitants to his Gracious Majesty the King, and we earnestly pray that his Majesty's reign may be prolonged and attended with progress and prosperity to his Empire. Finally, we earnestly hope Providence may accord to your Royal Highness many, many years of health and happi- ness, and that the Divine protection may ever rest upon you. Given under the common seal of the Rhondda Urban District Council this 23rd day of July, in the year of our Lord, 1909. (Signed) THOS. THOMAS, Chairman. W. P. NICHOLAS, Clerk.

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