We were glad to hear by Uncles letter which we received to day that you are all getting better and hope you will soon be able to resume your usual duties. We have nearly all bad colds at home. Sill has a swelled face with the toothache. The scarlet fever is very bad in Swansea. One of Margaret little boys has died in it. He was buried in Port Eynon today. Margaret was up here she inquired kindly after you and was sorry to hear you had been so ill.
We heard from Frank yesterday he seems to be getting on pretty well.
I suppose you have heard that Jane has left us. She is getting on very well but misses the noise and row at home. Mary Gibbs has run away from home again her son has been brought up to Overton to save expense and Mary did not like it and so she went away. Miss N. Beynon of hills has also started. She has got a situation in London. So we are two less in the village.
The weather has been very wet and stormy here. Sill went away to day with two cattle to Parkmill he got a thorough wetting. Hannah had a valentine on Saturday from Rowland. We havent seen or heard of him for a long time.
Mr Ellis is the Editor of a circuit Magazine of which I enclose you a copy. It may drive away a weary hour. I must now conclude with love from all.
I remain Your affecte. Sister E. Bevan.