Written from Liverpool. Deals with details of the administration and certain staff difficulties. Discussed the problem of Mrs Campbell (paid agent) whom two of the Committee want dismissed. Thinks she should be warned on the grounds that the Committee have decided to dispense altogether with paid agency. The other paid agent, Miss Craigen could be asked to go on with the Women's Suffrage work for the present. Thinks the next annual meeting in a subjected town, Portsmouth, Plymouth or Greenwich. Suggests various publications including a digest of her Evidence given to the Select Committee of the House of Commons in May 1882. Report appeared Aug 1882. She herself would prepare it from the Blue Book.
Dated: 9 Oct (still at Liverpool so 1882; they moved to Winchester early in Nov)