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Disgrifiad

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Mae D. S. Davies yn ysgrifennu oddi ar fwrdd llong y Galileo i oleuo Thomas B. Phillips am y sefyllfa hyd yn hyn. Bu'n daith anodd i lawr arfordir Brazil ond llwyddwyd i gyrraedd Buenos Aires. Rydw i'n un o 31 person arall ar y Galileo ac mewn hwyliau da. Ar 15 Mai, hwyliodd 70 person dan arweiniad y Parchedigion D. Ll. Jones ac A. Mathews, Patagonia. Gallwch gysylltu gyda mi ym Muenos Aires dan ofal y Gweinidog Americanaidd. Mae Capten y llong Electric Spaark yma yn gweithio'n ddiwyd er lles y teithwyr. Bwriada ddod i'ch gweld yn fuan os yn bosibl. Gobeithiwn eich gweld ym Muenos Aires.

Trawsgrifiad:

Aboard of Steamer Galileo
Rio de Janero June 13th. 1874
Mr Thomas B Phillips

Anwyl Gydwladwr

We have seen hard times on the coasts of Brazil – but we have succeeded very well indeed. We have found our way clear to Buenos Ayres. We are booked to-day on the English Steamer Galileo. We number 31 souls all in good cheer. The colony from Wales under the lead of Rev. D. Ll. Jones and Rev. A. Mathews of Patagonia left this port on 15th May. They numbered about 70 souls. We should like to hear from you at B Ayres. Address me care of the American Minister at Buenos Ayres. The Capt of the Schooner Electric Spark is here with us working faithfully in the interest of the passengers. He intends to come and see you before long if possible. We should be very pleased to see you at Buenos Ayres.

Yours truly
D.S. Davies
New York


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