Written from Chateau Gingins, Trelex. No year but established by mention of telegram sent from Australia for Congress of 1898.
Mr Wilson has lately sorted and arranged the literature in the Office including much foreign material which she had sent there when her home at Winchester was broken up. She would be grateful to have a list of all the printed material in foreign languages and write her name on each one. Lists six which she specially remembers. Secondly would she send her a copy of 'The Constitution Violated'. She is much better for her stay in Switzerland but her eyes not well yet. Has been able to prepare a number of the 'Storm Bell' for Oct. Mr Burfoot tells her some of her humbler readers are alarmed at its cessation for two months. Great concern in Switzerland over the poor Empress of Austria whose 'body passed through Lausanne and Berne yesterday on the way to Vienna'