Josephine Butler to 'dear friend' [Mrs Tanner]

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Written from [Cleve Hill, Cheltenham]

Continuing the subject of the Report mentioned in letter of 18 Jun. She is greatly distressed to learn that morning that her friend sent her notes of her own on the local work of the LNA and she had received nothing. But anything may have happened to her correspondence while she was staying at that house in Clarence Square [Cheltenham]; the landlady was going insane while she herself was too ill at the time to read letters. 'I could only weep for the loss of your notes'

Administrative / Biographical History

19 Jun [1903]

Biog: Amelie Humbert