10 South Street
21 Oct. 1887
a F.N. is anxious to know haw the Elizabethan succession has been settled; sends notes on proposed meeting of hospital matrons, photograph of statuette; she would like to see Miss Pringle or Miss Crossland; she has been feeding the police at Grosvenor Gate.
5p In pencil GTER. LOND. REC. OFF.
1. Police were on duty for long hours controlling the crowds during the Jubilee celebrations. (Cook 11, 393)
Extract A.L.P.'s notebook GTER. LOND. REC. OFF.
b MISS PRINGLE [Enclosed also] 21 Oct. 1887
Notes on the proposed Hospitals Association Committee of Matrons; asks whether it is for social communication or discussing seriously points of administration; even merepsocial meetings may do good; the jealous rivalry between hospitals is shocking; is less sure of the value of such a Committee for serious purposes; has the Matron time to 'get up' serious questions.
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