Photocopy of a letter. Written from [Wooler, Northumberland]
1 Sends them a line written to her brother Charles Grey by Archbishop Alexander, the Protestant Primate of all Ireland. She had sent her brother Dr Adler's Hebrew prayer which he had shown to the Archbishop
2 Asks if there is any chance of her letter on the Rescript of Pope Pius X appearing in the Dec 'Shield' (see Note)
3 She was very upset about the article 'Prostitution in Japan' being published in the 'Shield' without comment. (It was an article in Mr Levy's monthly organ of the 'Personal Rights Association' which quotes from an article in the Lancet on the examinations of prostitutes in Japan) But she had a friendly correspondence with Mr Levy about it [see note]
4 She is expecting a flying visit from Mr Stuart in the midst of his Election activities at Sunderland [see letter of 8 Dec and note]. He is coming to discuss points in her Will and the settlement of a small sum on her grand daughter Josephine.
5 Tells of a moving letter she has had from Mr Allan and what a struggle the last four or five months have been. She has written him what she hopes will be a straightening letter. 'He is passing through a painful crisis, but Peace will be the end.'