F.N. urges her correspondent to lose no passage that is offered if Miss Tebbutt does not wish to go; arrangements for Davey and Miss Ecuyer to go home; F.N. hopes Miss Tebbutt will be able to see Constantinople before she leaves; F.N. asks her correspondent to pay the rent on her house; Miss Tebbutt or Miss McLeod to consider herself in charge of the party from Scutari; F.N. has no catalogue of her books - she gave them entirely and they are now the responsibility of the chaplains to see them utilized in the military hospitals and libraries at home.
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST
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