Photocopy of a letter. Written from [Wooler, Northumberland]
Complains of the tempests they have had all round their coasts, and O! the shipwrecks. She compares the Torry-Alexander movement with the Welsh Revival. 'there is something more spontaneous about the latter.' Evans Roberts has no sandwich men to advertise his meetings; he says 'If we are filled with the Spirit, we shall be magnets... to draw others to the Spirit'. She speaks of Japan, of how a Japanese general said he could wish that the whole army were Christians; of the bravery of both sides at the defence and attack of Port Arthur.
In one of the papers she is slowly writing fro the Jubilee celebrations in Switzerland she has recorded an incident of her girlhood never before recorded; 'that preparation and all its travail of soul began with me when I was only 17!!' She felt so strongly about 'the inequalities and injustices and cruelties in the world' that she used to run away into the thick woods near the house where no one followed her; then ;kneeling on the ground for hours, I used to shriek to God to come and deliver!!...but God turned the madness to a purpose He had.