Photocopy of a letter. Written from La Gordanne.
She fears that 'the close of the century will be war'. She has just had a letter from Yves Guyot and even he sees things rather black just now. She finds the discussions in the Courde Cassation [Court of Appeal] about the Dreyfus revision of absorbing interest; it is obvious that they have been convinced for long of the innocence of Dreyfus and the guilt of Esterhazy and his supporters. But the Generals will have none of it and in their rage they are capable of a coup d'etat. De Morsier begged her to come to Paris to see a few of the good men; Guyot would so like to see her and Mme Dreyfus.