Correspondence: William Williams (Stanwardine, Westminster, Golden Grove and elsewhere) to his father, Sir William Williams (Llanforda)

Scope and Content

Asks for his support to get Mr Pulford's son appointed as the new Wrexham schoolmaster as he has helped him at election time, how busy he is involved in various legal and Parliamentary matters in town, sudden death of his sister Williams at Golden Grove, speeches in Parliament about threats from abroad incl. a very good one made by Sir Thomas Hammer, birth of an illegitimate child the King by 'an English Lady', has had young Mr Davies of Llanerch and his school-fellows to see him and thinks him a very sprightly boy who could do with firmer handling, is arranging to send him a hogshead of claret and some wines.