Josephine Butler to her Dear Friend [Miss Priestman]

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Written from 49 High Street, Wimbledon

They now have four women speakers for the Ladies' National Association meeting to set against four men. Finds her friend's report very interesting.

'I feel rather inclined not to bring out a 'Dawn' just now but to have a double one to report our Berne Conference in Sep.'

Her book 'Reminiscences of a great Crusade' is now in the publisher's hands. Her friend Mr Bergner is waiting to translate it into French as they are impatient for it in Switzerland and other parts.

Administrative / Biographical History

Issues of the 'Dawn' published in 1896:

Number 30: Feb, 9pp.

Number 31: Apr, Special issue, Guernsey, 9pp.

Number 32: Oct, Annual Conference of the Abolitionist Federation, 22pp. This was the final issue of the 'Dawn'.

Biog: Mrs Fawcett, Mr Lynn, Miss Whitaker, Miss Forsaith, M. Minod, Mme de Morsier, Mme Renevier, Mr Bergner