No address. Monday. No date but refers to preparations for Congress starting 12 Jul 1898.
She is anxious that 'place should be given among their speakers to some of the very distinguished foreign ladies who are here and are willing to speak' Cites especially Mlle Pappritz, President of the Abolitionist Women's branch founded in Berlin which is only four months old; there is also the President of that world wide Society 'Les amies de la jeune fille' Mlle. Vidart. She would like a copy of the Resolutions and speakers written large as her sight is bad. Dr Agnes McLaren who is in London should tell them of 'the encouraging message which Cardinal Rampolla has written from the Pope to the Belgian branch of the Abolitionists.