LETTER: Comm. Sir .R. H. Willliams-Bulkeley Bart., K.C.B. to Walter Jones [Clerk to the Lieutenancy] confirming their telephone conversation of that morning and arranging a meeting on 17 June 1926.
The writer has requested Sir F. Dent and Captain Rayner to supply further details and to state whether they were eye witnesses, or whether they were reporting from another party. He agrees no public enquiry should be held until the evidence is closely examined, for fear of weakening the authority of the Chief Constable [ this probably refers to the activities of the Trades Union Magistrates in Holyhead during General Strike].