The 'Sentinel' (Jun 1895 p 74) gives an analysis of this pamphlet written by Josephine Butler and describes it as full of 'fire and force'.
'It is called a 'letter of earnest appeal and warning' and is addressed to the members of the British and Continental Federation for the abolition of State-regulated Vice'
'The terrible conflict I have had with Norway, Germany, Colmar etc.'
See under heading of 'Projets de Loi' - letters dated 19 Sep 1891, 25 Sep 1891 and 13 Jan 1893.
and Dr Getz - Manifesto of Ladies' National Association Jan 1893 and 13 Jan 1894: 20 Apr; 26 Apr (AN Krier); 25 Jun, 27 Dec.
'The Purity Society of Calcutta has asked and obtained a new Police Bill for the Bengal Presidency giving the police complete power over women so as to bring in a real Contagious Diseases Act there. Mr Madge of Calcutta is indignant beyond words'
Mr WC Madge, the author of an able pamphlet entitled, 'The Contagious Diseases in India: their complete failure proved from Authentic Returns', tells us that his figures are all taken from authenticated official sources. To every impartial ready they show clearly enough that the system of 'Regulation' in India, where it has been in operation, openly or secretly for 25 years, has been an entire failure.
(The 'Sentinel' Jun 1895 p 73)
Also given in RR 712 Spring 1895
'Mr WC Madge published important pamphlet'
Biog: Lady Henry Somerset, Mr Thomasson, Mr WC Madge of Calcutta