Written from Liverpool. About the formation of the Working Men's Association; she had nothing to do with its formation and had no contact with it till Edmund Jones called a few days ago to ask her to write a letter of introduction for him to other towns, which she did. 'I should be grieved to see anything done to check the rising interest of the working people in the question'. Then discusses the finances both personal and means of raising money for their Society.
Includes 3 printed copies of a circular letter from William Burgess, Apr 1875 'Working Men's Agitation Against the Contagious Diseases Act', with annotations for suggested wording.
Also includes 1 printed circular letter with petition from Edmund Jones 'to the Working Men of Great Britain' re Contagious Diseases Act.