SIR HARRY VERNEY AND PARTHENOPE
28 Aug. 1877
Fj. is very glad to see the National Aid Society is granting aid to the Montenegrins; Col. Loyd Lindsay's answer to the deputation not straightforward and not satisfactory; she bids God speed to the Volunteer sick bearers, and wishes she could help; the importance of presiding mad training nurses in time of peace for war; but there would be the danger of lowering the standard of trained nursing; Miss Stephen, Sir James Stephen*s daughter devised some sort of scheme, but received no applications in answer to her advertisement; her failing health; the weariness of looking after her motherts household; Madras requires her help and time; Capt. Verney has written twice; she hopes to see him, but thought he had put off his trip north in consequence of Margaret; Miss Irby comes next week.
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST.
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