Written from [39 Clarence Sq] Cheltenham.
Sympathy over her accident, which has immobilised her in plaster of Paris. She is enclosing 'a notice of my dear daughter Mia written by a leading magistrate of Northumberland and an old friend'. Recounts a frightening accident to George's gardener, which George coped with great competence. Has had a visit from Mr Stuart; they were able to discuss Federation business and she urged him strongly to go to the next Brussels Congress. [Sep 1902]