Photocopy of letter. Written from 'care of' address, Mrs Thomas, 419 Wandsworth Road.
Says she has come home rather a wreck, but it does her more good than she can say to hear of the revival of 'our holy war'. She hopes that the present movement will not only affect the Indian Empire but that the sound of the approaching victory will be heard in all other countries similarly afflicted. She mentions speakers who may be competent speakers on the subject. She is doubtful of Mrs Chant also Lady Henry Somerset and Miss Willard, who 'do not realise the aggressive character of our work'. Before she went abroad in the Autumn Mr and Mrs Bramwell Booth offered their services to the Cause which she felt to be a great gain as 'they are both of them intelligently and earnestly interested in the question, and have rather a special interest in India'.