Letters - 1905.11.22 - To Mr. Fox


C.M.S. Girls’ School
Nov. 22, 1905

Dear Mr. Fox,

May I ask your very kind attention to the proposition I read before our Ladies’ Conference re(garding) the proposed new regulations and which I now enclose. My proposition was not accepted as it stands because it was “too long” amongst other reasons; but it embodies the views of many of our number both men and women and I trust will have some weight with you. The proposition we did pass contains the gist of this but is abbreviated. I had the honour of seconding it and it was passed with only two against it, out of 32 present.

I am
Yours sincerely
Margaret E. Barber
Sec. of Women’s Conference
Fukien 1905

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