Written from [Ewart Park, Wooler, Northumberland].
To say again that she feels it to be very necessary to get up a large Women's Memorial re India and that the LNA should take the initiative in this and decide the wording and not the London Committee. If Miss Forsaith and her secretaries will help. She herself will not act alone, and will write a strong appeal to the North Country 'from myself independently of all committees'. Then let each local Committee concentrate on sending out petitions for memorials 'we want every limb now to be vivified'. A further point: she must try to show 'how these Indian Despatches... which Governments now offer us, all come under our Indictment'; and she must try to prepare such an Indictment popularly put. She would be grateful therefore for a legal book by Sheldon Amos to be sent her and for a few prominent names and addresses of sympathisers in cities of the North. She is writing to the Bishop of Southwell and Lord Reay, both old friends. Reference to Lady Henry Somerset and to Miss Balgarnie whom she hopes will come to their side.