Photocopy. Written from 5 Rue de Musee, Neuchatel.
Refers to family affairs and other activities; she could spare the last money she sent as she has not needed to send Charlie any lately; criticism of 'this disgusting Government' and of 'such a Premier as Lord Salisbury'. Recounts the horrors of Geneva where there is a reign of devilry [see letter of 25 Jan]. She emphasises that she was involved in the public work in Geneva against her will, and that she does not want to come forward in England again 'only to watch the others'. Says she never hears from Stuart now. She is very concerned about Burfoot [the agent who manages the business side of her publications] who is lying helpless after a bad accident; she has sent him all the money she can spare. She complains a little of her treatment by the Federation who have left her to pay all her expenses although 'I am old, a widow, and have served 21 years'