Written on paper headed 'Civil Service Commission, Westminster'. To tell her of the arrest of Rebecca Jarrett. He had seen Branwell Booth who had said that Josephine Butler's presence in London would be of great help to them all [Josephine Butler had gone off to Switzerland with her husband for a rest after the strain of the summer months] George goes on to say that RJ is in a cell and BB has just received his summons. If she travels back alone he or Stanley will meet her at Calais.
George Butler (son) to Josephine Butler
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- ReferenceGB 106 3JBL/24/26
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- Dates of Creation3 Sep 1885
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George Butler, son.
Civil Service Commission, Westminster. 3 Sep  'Rebecca Jarrett is in a cell and can only be spoken to through bars.' For Note on Rebecca Jarrett see letter of 5 Jun 1885. Biog: Branwell Booth; Rebecca Jarrett; Mrs Booth.