Photocopy of letter. Written from 10 Gilmore Road, Lewisham, London.
First asks for and gives a little family news. Thinks the riots in Italy are very serious and she begs them not to believe what some of the English press are sure to say about them. 'It is largely a hunger rising. The people are chronically famishing'. She encloses Aunt Hatty's letter which says that the rising is worst in Milan, Florence and Naples. It is a great comfort to her to have Burfoot [Secretary and Agent] working for her three or four hours every day [The International conference of the Federation was held in London in Jul that year which involved JB in a lot of extra secretarial work].