13 Oct. 1870
'Private'; F.N.'s sympathy for Mme. Schwabe's griefs and sorrows; 'they' should return to Mme. Schwabe such sums as she has collected herself for her to apply herself and in future she should collect only for her immediate objects; Col. Lindsay acknowledges this; but F.N., though far from satisfied with 'their' organization, collects and works for them in spite of their shortcomings; 'But I believe that, on the whole, to try to work up a great organization like this Aid Society for this awful war is the best plan for individual workers.' F.N. is sure Mme. Schwabe is too magnanimous to discredit the Society with her friends of Manchester and Liverpool; nobody of any authority has been sent out to the German side until Capt. Brackenbury went, but no woman could be sent on such a mission.
6p UNIV. OF ALABAMA MED. CTR. LIB.
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST.
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