Photocopy of letter. Written from [Galewood, Wooler, Northumberland]
Tells how Mr Stuart consulted her on his last two visits about his inaugural address at Dresden [Conference 21-24 Sep] and how he wrote her afterwards 'my address...which was really yours...was much approved'. The rest of the letter is devoted to M. Minod [Sec. Gen. Fed. Intern. Geneva]. She has known about his sad family life and his long-standing overwork which have led him to the verge of a breakdown. Mr Stuart had noticed nothing and was most surprised when told that Minod must have immediate rest. She has known Minod for 30 years and her judgement of his character is based on that knowledge. She considers him 'one of the just men' whom God is 'making perfect' through discipline and labours and sorrow.