Photocopy of a copy of a letter.
She has received all Josephine Butler's letters. What she hears from JB about Polish refugees flocking to England corroborates what she hears direct from her Polish friends of the despair of the whole population on account of the recent recruitment for the War [Russo-Japanese War, Feb 1904-Aug 1905]. The other two communications dealt with her expressed wish that no biography of her should be published nor any publication of her intimate letters be permitted. 'This we pledge ourselves to do' .
The paper she has sent is an extra number of 'a magazine published by the most violent anarchists. Having been one of the Reflectors of the Christ light dear Friend, hearts have been won and allegations conquered; and now a great power is wielded by the words you send us... May God enable us to transmit to others this solemn teaching we have received from you'. She will be seeing M. de Meuron shortly and will discuss with him 'what shall be done with your letters.'