Among the letters is included an invoice from W.B. Oliver, Tailor and Draper, Ladies’ Habits and Jackets Made to Order, Trinity Buildings, Llandudno addressed to a Mr. S. Bevan for 1 Coat vest & trousers £3 5s. The bill was settled the same day.
Swansea 2 Augst 1879
You will be surprised to find your Father & I are payeing our long promised visit to Mr Roberts we came in on thusesday and are going home today I shall not send you a Post Office Ordar to day I think you better ask the Tailor what he will charge for your best suit & a strong trousers cloth is much cheaper than it was a little wile ago but if I buy it here W. Hirey may spoil it & the expense of sending it away you had better have them at Llandudno. M. Davies charged £2 16s for your last suit. Saunders passed his examination first division his Mother & Father are very please about it. Robert is in London.
With kind love from your affectionate Father & Mother
Frank is quite well & is coming home this eveing if Mr Jenkins Can spare him.