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(a) LETTER

From Albert Wood, Bodlondeb, Conway to Mr C. Lloyd Edwards, County Offices, Carnarvon stating that he did not believe the form related to him as he has no farm. (19 January 1918)

(b) CULTIVATION OF LAND ORDER

For Albert Wood of Bodlondeb, Conway signed by C.H. Lloyd Edwards requiring cultivation of not less than one and a quarter acres for corn, potatoes and roots before 31st March. (22 January 1918)

(c) CULTIVATION OF LAND ORDER

Issued to Albert Wood of Bodlondeb, Conway stating that he must cultivate not less than one and a quarter acres for corn, potatoes and roots before 31st March. (7 March 1918)

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DRAFT REPLY saying that he is surprised to receive this notice as he has already written explaining why he cannot comply but that he is doing all he can to do so with "my much depleted staff".]

(d) LETTER

From J. Jones Morris, Executive Officer of Carnarvonshire War Agricultural Executive Committee stating that the appeal against the cultivation order has been disallowed. (14 March 1918)

(e) DRAFT LETTER

To Mr Jones Morris complaining that his home is not a farm and that he has neither implements or horse to allow him to plough or plant his paddock.