Mr William Knox to [Mr Wilson]

Scope and Content

Written from Easton Rd, Bristol. In answer to Mr Wilson's letter she writes that he has been co-operating with the Bristol Branch of the LNA from its institution. Now as he is resigning his pastorate and has a few weeks free, he was willing to offer himself for that work at the rate of 10/6 a day and all expenses.

Administrative / Biographical History

'addressed public meetings on the subject as in Newport Mon' - See letter from JB to Miss Priestman late Oct 1872 in which she relates 'the hideous report from Newport (Mon) taken from the local newspaper, of the action of the Mayor on receiving a complaint from the CO of the regiment in the town, suggesting that the CD Acts might on application be brought to Newport

JB took action at once sending Agents Campbell, Fothergill and Knox to Newport

Biog: Mr William Knox