Photocopy of a letter. Written from Wooler, Northumberland
She is not pleased with the 'Life of Faith' [monthly paper started by the Rev Evan Hopkins. See note] though it does acknowledge a 'revised Keswick'. However 'the two great instruments of the revival there are carefully kept back...I mean Mr Allan and old Mr Seth Joshua'. These two and some others held two all nights of prayer at Keswick, followed by several incidents. To Webb-Peploe and his set it all seemed 'Most irregular' and these special incidents were not mentioned in the 'Life of Faith'.
A second account is given of Colonel Younghusband's mission to Tibet very similar to that in letter of Aug 17 1905, JB to Stanley.