Myra Sadd Brown to her husband

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Unexpected opportunity to write as Mr H (Hankinson) is coming that afternoon. Hopes he will bring some advice from Mr M (Mr Marshall Women's Social & Political Union Solicitor) to help her if she is called as witness in Mrs Pankhurst's trial. Practising cross-questioning in prison; 'but somehow I feel the enemy will fall into his own net over this business - because if these are condemned nearly all political agitation must cease.' Only 2 weeks before she is released 'but I think we are all glad to have this experience' Glad he sent stiff letter to Home Secretary; doubts if visit will be allowed 'but what a triumph if they did (allow it)'. Undated, 15 Apr 1912, 2 weeks before release.