Josephine Butler to Mrs Tanner

Scope and Content

Written from Winchester. Miss Bewicke agrees for London Branch to help in publicity work for the meeting on the 19th and 20th and the LNA will supply the funds. Her friend is not to be surprised if Miss B. Says that 'I have done all sorts of bad, irregular things..' Thinks it would be unsuitable to have handbills of posters to advertise their day of prayer. Encloses some suggestions for prayer to be sent to each \President/ (See note for letter of 7 Jan)

Administrative / Biographical History

16 Jan [1885]. Dated: this letter follows on from letter of 7 Jan with Miss Bewicke and the London Branch and the 2 days 19th and 20th for the meeting. So year 1885. 'I think it would be most unsuitable to have handbills or posters in connection with our day of prayer.' See Note letter of 7 Jan. '... Working Men's League to distribute handbills for us.' Working Men's League for Repeal founded 1875. For different views on separate working men's associations see letters of 3 Aug 1877; 15 Aug 1875, 6 Aug 1875. 'The London branch' See Note letter of 7 Jan. Biog: Miss Bewicke; Mrs Dyer.