MISS HELEN TAYLOR 1
35 South Street, Park Lane
23 April 1868
F.N. does 'these things' as Mr. Stuart Mill bids her do; if he bids her sign after Mrs. Somerville she does so, even though she fears so candid a confession will deprive her of his esteem and perhaps her 'title' to vote; her reason for sending her 'adhesion' to the Woman's Suffrage toois Mrs. Taylor; when the busy Session is over, and if she is still alive she may trouble him [Mr. Mill] with an answer; if she is not then alive, it does not very much matter.
COLUMBIA UNIV. PRESB. HOSP.
1. Miss Helen Taylor (1818-1885) advocate of women's rights.
Miss Taylor was the step-daughter of John Stuart Mill and edited his Autciiographg in 1873.
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