Written from 24 Grosvenor Road, Westminster Embankment, SW (Stuart's London house). No date but reference to forthcoming Annual Meeting of the Ladies' National Association which was held on 11 Jun 1896 (in Jul 1894 the Annual Meeting was held in London and in Sep 1895 it was held at Colmar)
'You shall have the resolutions and platform arrangements on Saturday morning.'
Referring to the Annual Meeting of the Ladies' National Association
She has acquired, through a medical missionary, the new 'circular memorandum' of the Quarter Master General of India showing that Regulations are really re-established.
'Mr Stuart asks a question about this official paper tomorrow in the House of Commons and our resolution may have to be altered somewhat in accordance with Lord G Hamilton's reply.'
'Showing that Regulations are really so established.' The abolition of all brothels within cantonments and of compulsory medical examination was made obligatory for the Government of India in 1895.