MISS AMY TURTON
10 South Street, Park Lane W
17 May 1893
F.N.'s distress at having so long delayed answering Miss Tuxton's letter because of her illness; difficulty of obtaining admission to any Training School for less than a year; no Hospitals receive without payment Probationers not intending to embark on Nursing in this country after their year's training; F.N. is making enquiries at hospitals which really do train; sends her best wishes for highest success in Miss Turton's noble project; 'I always retain my tenderness for Italy.'
lp Typed copy B.M. Add.MSS.47759.f.182
B.M. Add.MSS.47759.f.190, Miss Turton's Life, by herself.
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