Photocopy of letter. Written from [Wooler, Northumberland]
Paints a picture of her own Father who could never tie his necktie or put on his cravat come out into the upstairs hall and call out for help and his six daughters would rush out of their rooms to his assistance; 'he was so tall some of us had to get onto a stool!' Some words in praise of Spanish Copies out for what Charlie [her youngest son, out in British Columbia] says in a letter to her about the Far East War.
A short while ago Mr Stead was bragging about his own influence over the Czar, and saying that universal peace was coming, Uncle Charles Grey (JB's brother) said 'the battle of Armageddon will cook Stead's goose for him'.