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A Corwen Lad at the Front.…

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A Corwen Lad at the Front. I The following is a letter received from Pte. Dick Bellis, second son of Mr. John Bellis, Corwen, by his sister Mrs. Jones, Gaer View, Corwen. Private Bellis is serving with the Cheshire Regiment which has been out at the front since hostilities commenced FRANCE, 22ND SEPT, 1914. DEAR JENNIE AND ALL Received your kind letter yesterday (Mon- day). Pleased to hear from you Thanks very much for cigarettes. I am still well hoping you are the same. I have been through a lot of fire but pleased to say I am not injured, hope to be spared to see you all again some day. I am not allowed to give you any news of our movements so you'll excuse short letter, hoping to hear from you soon again. Kindly remember me to father and all. I have been away nearly seven weeks now. With best love. I remain, Yours truly, Bro. DICK. J

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