Claims that he opened 'the enclosed [not included] after much hesitation', as he thought that it might contain something that he ought to know at once. Refers to Myers' brother's letter, which conveyed the news that [Myers] had been conferred with an 'H.M.[E.]S.' Claims that he would have congratulated Myers if it had been at any other time. Reports that everything goes on well. Thinks that Petty will accept the offer, limiting them to five nights a week. Reports that Mrs Petty was the medium the previous night, the [test] 'being a thread through his ear sealed close to the ear and sealed to the ground.' Reports that the ghosts of two women appeared - 'Emma', and 'Minnie', the latter being the sister of Frank Hare. States that the Hares said that the face of 'Minnie' was 'sufficiently like', but states that he 'could not affirm that it was not like the medium.' Reports that the seals were perfect, and no knot in the thread. Reports that before she went in 'there had been a [tentative] with William, through whom "Chico" wrote the enclosed [not included]', and that the writing 'was said to be direct', but that they believe him to have used the medium's hand. States that he is grateful to Myers' brother for his letter, and asks if he shall come as Myers' substitute in London.