12_133 29/5/65
WILLIAM OGLE

34 South Street, West
29 May 1865
'Private' F.N.'s reply to his note of 27th May and its accompanying papers; she cannot enter into the ecclesiastical question; she has helped all denominations to obtain good nurses; an account of the Liverpool Organization will shortly be printed; the first thing required is a good Training Matron for the Infirmary and the next thing is to lay down regulations for training; she sends a paper prepared by her for the government of India; the proposed changes in the Derbyshire General Infirmary are part only of a reform which better nurses will entail; she will be glad to criticise plans for proposed alterations to the building and offers him an appointment.
8p LADY HOSUNS ABRAHALL
copy R.C.P., published
D. HUBBLE, 1William Ogle of Derby and
Florence Nightingale', qed.Hist., 1959, 3, 201-211 2p (first part missing) pencil draft B.M. Add.MSS.47758.f.112 not in F.N.'s hand

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