Photocopy of a letter. Written from [Wooler, Northumberland]
'The family sorrows and suspense continue on several sides' but the fact that there are so many signs of the 'revival fibre' in the world makes her better able to bear her personal worries.
She would mention three such signs:
1.In Spain the revival fire has started through the instrumentality of an old friend of hers, Fliedner, who, she thinks translated her 'Voice in the Desert' [published first in 1875 in French]
2.'In a great mining district of France there is a true 'Welsh Revival'. The fire there was last kindled by Prof. Paul Passy of Paris, son of an old friend of theirs [See also letter of 29 Jul 1902]
3. Her old cousin Mr Cornelius Lundie of Cardiff has written to her of Evan Roberts and the Revival ' in the spirit that you and I believe and feel' He is 90 and though a man of good life 'he has all his life been unawakened.'
Reports that her brother Charles [b.1825] has been at death's door but is now a little better.