Regulation Third File - File V Part 2, Letter Numbers 482-542

Scope and Content

Correspondence and papers relating to reintroduction of a form of regulation in the Indian Army and activity to combat this, particularly by mobilising the Clergy. including material relating to Lady Henry Somerset's controversy with the British Women's Temperance Association.

Includes:

* `Philaletheus' (Blanche Leppington), The Church and the Indian Army Question, (1897, 8pp)

* Reply of Dr Katherine Bushnell and Mrs Elizabeth Andrew to certain Statements in a Published Letter addressed by Lady Henry Somerset to a Correspondent on the Regulation of Vice in India (Ladies National Association, 1897, 8pp) The Situation that has to be faced by Opponents of State-Regulated Vice (Friends' Association for Abolishing State Regulated Vice, 1897, 4pp)

* Twenty-fifth Annual Report 1896, Ladies National Association, Sep 1897 manuscript account of `Investigations in India, Winter 1896-97'.