Photocopy of fragment of letter with signature. Her closing words show her as a supporter of the 'Crusade'. 'with warm sympathy for your own personal efforts.' In a PS she asks whether JB has written to her friend Mr Panderung of Bombay and 'put him au courant with your movement'.
Mary Carpenter to [Josephine Butler]
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- Dates of Creation[Apr 1875]
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No address, No date [? Apr 1875]
'PS to letter: 'I presume that you have yourself written to my friend Mr Panderung of Bombay, and put him au courant of your movement'
For details about Mr Panderung see letter of 18 Apr 1875, JB to HJ Wilson, in which she suggests that Panderung's name be put forward among foreign names for the Council [of the Federation]. He is a Fellow of the Bombay University and Justice of the Peace for town and island of Bombay. For details about Mary Carpenter see Biog Index
Date: This letter may be dated to around Apr 1875 when Mr Panderung was being mentioned in letters (see above)
Biog: Mary Carpenter (1807-1877); Dadoba Panderung