File Clenennau letters and papers 869. - (Owen Wynne) to Sir R(obert) O(wen),

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Clenennau letters and papers 869.


(Owen Wynne) to Sir R(obert) O(wen),


  • 1688, 12th June. (Creation)

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Owen will find in the enclosed the occasion of their present joy. God continue and preserve it! It is a lusty boy, well gifted and like to live. Owen's bard, Hu(gh) Morris, may exercise his muse upon his own prince. Not an honest man went to bed sober these two nights. Bells and bonfires never ceased. Nothing but this happy incident could have 'justled out of our thoughts what you find in the cloze of the gazette'. How it will go with them God knows!.

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Preferred citation: Clenennau letters and papers 869.

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  • Text: Clenennau letters and papers 869.