Written from Galewood, near Wooler, Northumberland. Dated 24 Jul, no year, but reference to the accident of her son, George, which was in 1894.
'When I look back to the Conference'. Conference of the Federation met in London on 12-13 Jul 1894
'All our foreign friends whom I hear from have been so pleased with their reception'. She relates an interesting visit she had from a distinguished Russian lady at the insistence of her son who has the desire to devote himself to the work of the Federation in Russia.
'The next 'Dawn', a double one, will be expensive'. This was published in Aug 1894 and gave a full account of the Conference held in Jul.
'I am sorry about my dear George ... it was a cruel accident'. (See letters of 1 May 1894). Josephine Butler's son George was still able to do very little either physically or mentally as a result of his accident
£20. Presented to M.Minod (Geneva) as a mark of appreciation for his work for the Federation.