Josephine Butler to Miss Forsaith

Scope and Content

Incomplete photocopy of a letter. Written from [Cheltenham].

Asks for (1) the name and address of the working man 'who wrote so kindly of me' (2) a copy of Dr Fournier's address which is printed as a pamphlet, she wants to send one to Agnes McLaren. She would like her to send copies of some of the letters she receives from Roman Catholic prelates to Dr Fournier to show him that his assertion that all Abolitionists are Protestants is wrong: (3) and second edition of her little work on St Agnes is now published by the Editor of the 'Christian Commonwealth'

[See letter of 3 Jul 1902 JB to Miss Forsaith] so will she speak of it.

Administrative / Biographical History

[about Dr Fournier] 'Yet he seems to me a man not hopelessly wrong and who might be won' See Article in the 'Shield' of Mar 1900 p 18 in which it stated that Prof Fournier (the medical head of the regulation system in Paris) fully acknowledged the breakdown of the statistical argument in favour of regulation in the various countries where it has been fully tried during a long series of years

'My little 2nd ed of St Agnes is now published by the Ed of the 'Christian Commonwealth' This was Mr Morgan, an old friend of JB's (See letter of 3 Jul 1902)

Biog: Dr Fournier, Dr Agnes McLaren, Cardinal Archbishop of Paris, Archbishop Logue, Mr Morgan