10 South Street, Park Lane W
13 June 1894
'Private'; she is so very sorry he is going to leave them; The work that you have ever done & always will do for the Nurses is incalculable in its usefulness'; F.N. is glad he does not feel inclined to approve this wonderful 'Editorial Committee% she had heard the opinions of some physicians that there is a great deterioration in Nurses of the last two or three years; all attributable to the fuss that is now made of them.
3p B.M. Add.MSS.47755.f.304
1. Rathbone retired from Parliament in 1895, but continued to work as Chairman of the Nightingale Fund Council until 1898.
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