Photocopy letter. Written from Lausanne
She is staying with a Mr and Mrs Renevier, whose house is in the countryside outside Lausanne. She had the beginnings of a bad cold when she arrived and developed a high fever. She is thankful to be there rather than in a hotel. Mr Renevier is 'a nice looking old scientific man, President of the Swiss Geological Society.' She hopes to see the Bishop of Fribourg who has a great reputation for learning, holiness and willingness to help Protestants as well as his own flock 'this Bishop should be a help to us'. She thinks learned girls and women are often lacking in 'graces'. Refers again to Oscar Wilde and how much greater the punishment is for him than a common thief.