Photocopy of a letter (dictated). Written from [Wooler, Northumberland]
The Commission have accepted her as 'Mrs Butler's representative' and have invited her 'to introduce herself to us by a brief paper or address.' For the subject of this paper she would suggest an incident which has not been included in any book of Reminiscences, namely an 'account of that terrible time in Geneva when we took refuge in the Hugenot's tower, and the Devil raged in Geneva [this was in 1896. See note]...I remember...the banner carried through the city of Geneva by the mad mob, bearing the inscription 'Down with God and de Meuron'.