Carbon copy of letter. Written from Osgathorpe Hills, Sheffield.
With regard to her meetings up and down the country he pointed out in many cases the invitations to hold meetings came from branches of the 'British Women' who had often made things difficult for the ladies and he had often wondered whether it would not be better for them to let Miss Forsaith make the arrangements for the meetings. Then he turns to their work in India: the cool season is now half over which would only give them 4-6 weeks for their work, but the Society has always had it in mind to make renewed investigations as to the actual state of affairs, though personally he would like to postpone their visit for several months. On the question of money: the British Committee is already spending a good deal more than its income so that he could hardly press more spending on the Committee; but other members may feel differently.