Photocopy letter. Written from Limner's Lease near Guildford (Watts' house)
Explains to him the terms of Aunt Fanny's Will (see letter of 4 Oct 1895).
'She [Aunt Emmy] and Anne Shield have had everything to do'
This was after Aunt Fanny's (Mrs Smyttan) death (Sep 1895)
She thinks that Charles [Josephine Butler's brother] might have explained things more and not been so strict with poor Aunt Emmie.
She finds it difficult sitting three hours at a stretch for her picture. Gives a detailed portrait of Watts. 'It is wonderful to see that small worn old hand doing so much bold drawing'. In a conversation with him he said that he had never awakened to try to do good things until he was 70. When finished she goes from there to Tooting Bec Road to see removal of her furniture.