Written from Edensor, Derbyshire. Has come there for a fortnight to complete the holiday which she was enabled to have through the kindness of friends [see letter of 7 Jul from JB to Mr Wilson]; had a nice time in Rothbury and felt better for it; then a fortnight at home doing what work she was able to write which was still a difficulty though she can dictate. They are a party of three with Arthur Butler and Stuart. Arthur had put his pony carriage at her disposal.
Josephine Butler to Mr Wilson
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See postcard from Edensor addressed to Mr Wilson with the same date.
'I have come here for a fortnight to complete the holyday [sic] which I have been able to have thro the kindness of friends'
See note on letter of 7 Jul 1875 from JB to Mr HJ Wilson
'Arthur Butler (an old bachelor)'
In 1877 he married Harriet, daughter of Michael Pakenham Edgeworth. He was a younger brother of Rev George
Biog: Arthur Butler; James Stuart; M et Mrs Humbert; James Stansfeld; Sir Harcourt Johnstone; Mr Albright; Giuseppi Nathan; Mr Edmondson