28 Mar 
'The White Slave Trade' Conference in London in Jun - see letter of 9 Mar 1899 (Russian ambassador to British Committee)
'The International Congress of Jurists in Budapest in Jun'
See notice of this in the 'Shield' May 1899 p 25
'The International Congress of Brussels (Regulationist) in Sep'
This was a medical Conference held 4-8 Sep. Great argument beforehand in the British Committee as to whether the Federation should take part because the general object was said in the programme to be: 'How Regulation can best be carried out'. The final compromise: the Federation would take no part officially, but no objection to the individual Abolitionists attending to maintain their views. So in the end, Henry J Wilson, Dr Nevins, Miss Leppington, Dr Drydale and Mr Bunting went.
(See 'Shield' Oct 1899 pp 58-60) (Letter of 15 Feb 1899 JB to Miss Forsaith. Note.)
'I hope your soul is deeply moved about Finland'
Other letters on this subject:
18 and 28 Mar 1898 JB to Mr Gregory
30 Mar 1898 JB to Rhoda Butler
Biog: Mr M Greogry, M. Augagneur, Senator Santo Liquido, Mr Capper