'Thank you especially for the copy of the article from 'Personal Rights' This was the organ of the Personal Rights Association edited by JH Levy.
He was an active Abolitionist and in 1896 he was invited to read a paper at the International Federation Conference held that year at Berne. The title was 'Freedom the fundamental condition of morality' characterised by the 'Shield' as a 'remarkable paper'.
Later, in 1905, she wrote an article for his paper, about Japan about which she had some correspondence with him.
An excerpt dated Nov 1905 no 270 is enclosed in a later letter. From this no it can be calculated that the Periodical (11 months in the year) had been going for over 24 years.
'Canon Wilberforce' This was a son of Samuel Wilberforce (1805-73) bishop of Oxford and grandson of the reformer William Wilberforce.
'They have taken Mrs A's name off the programme at Birmingham and say that they fully concur with our views' See letter of 21 Feb from Dr Bushnell to Miss Forsaith. The meetings at Birmingham were arranged for 4 and 5 Mar.
Biog: JH Levy, Canon Wilberforce, Miss Willard