27 Dec. 1870
F.N. believes the Society has sent another £30 to [?Miss Rumpff]; 'But she seems to have the most irrepressible spirit of intrigue and meddling'; 'How miserable it is that, in these overwhelming crushing calamities, which, one would think, would at least crush out all jealousies, all conceit, all meanness, we should not be able to work all as one.' F.N.'s desire to be with the sufferers; requests more of the War Victims' Fund Society papers; F.N. continues to have the most horrible letters from both sides in France; she is sorry Mme. Schwabe has not heard from Sir Harry Verney, he has been very busy in the country, and he was in the dreadful Harrow accident to the Express Mail train.
8p UNIV. OF ALABAMA MED. CTR. LIB
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST.
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