Photocopy of letter. Written from Cornhill [on Tweed].
Has had a letter from Mr Stuart who seems a little disappointed about the small gathering at Warwick. Mentions the various people who did or did not attend. She feels sorry for Mr Bergner but knows her friend will speak kindly to him. Thanks her friend for sending her 'Wings' [See note and letters of Nov 1900 and 28 Nov 1903]. She expands on the theme: 'our Cause has been born so late in the ages', and quotes what Mr Birrell said about her: 'You have sounded a note for which the ages have been waiting.' More instructions about typed copies of the Diary [See letters of 5 and 9 Apr].