Photocopy of letter. Written from [Cheltenham]
Says she has been sitting all day to Emily Ford for a drawing of her face, which she has done life size, in chalk, and 'I can only say it is much better than what Watts did'. Tells him the chief things that prompted her 'to write and print the thoughts which come to me in the last fifteen or twenty years'. She has had encouragement from her family and also from Stuart and George Johnson (permanent secretary at the Colonial Office), and they have all expressed interest in what she calls her 'humble Bible Studies'.
Agrees with Stanley about the work Chamberlain has done, and recalls the frustration suffered by Sir Bartle Frere. Thinks the entry of aliens into England should be stopped.