Letter from wrth Leonard Owen, Joint Magistrates, Meerut, India to Ifor Williams

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Has just come through an Indian Summer. Work is done under the punkah - describes the different kinds of punka. India at its best is a poor exchange for Wales. Sees that the Steddfod at Corwen was a great success. The Welsh do not mix with the other nations and as a result is one of the least known countries in Europe. The men who leave their country develop a greater love for it than those who have never left. His brother is in Aber and his youngest is trying to get to Cambridge