Includes: 27 January 1891 to 34 Craven Terrace, London, together with 29 January 1891; 1 February 1891 - 'The wedding does not sound ideal, but I hope all seemed to you happy'; 2 February 1891, also containing 3 February; 21 April 1891 c/o Sir Horace Davey QCMP, 86 Brook Street, London - speaks glowingly of Lilian [Harris?]; 27 May 1891 c/o E Crompton, Birkenhead, also containing other letters and fragments; 29 September 1891 to 48 Albert Hall Mansions, London - discusses at length a matter which is causing 'continued strain' to R[osalind Shore Smith? - the possibility of RSS's marriage?] - 'As to your own plans - - what you see so clearly is good to do - - ought to be done - - I am proud of all you do, & of all you will do - - It wd. be a great compensation to me if you were more with our Charley - - ', together with 16, 17 and 20 September 1891, all from Kirkby Lonsdale; 6 November 1891 - 'P & I have just been reading the Coop News - How funny Miss Spooner is! I think the Leeds report is very good - - What are you chiefly doing now? Is the Coop - T. Union amalgamation proceeding? Are you flying off at all hours of day & night to the Wholesale or to the Camberwell Beauties? (alack poor G. Hub!)', together with 'K.L. Wed' - 'So you are going after all to L'pool - - I hope - - you will make them a good speech - - it's a long way to go for one day' - 'I have sent off your packet of Coop paper'; 20 and 22 November and 9 December 1891 to 34 Craven Terrace London W - 20 November - 'We are amused at the advert.t in the Trades Unionist. Whose drawing up? I shall be much interested to hear how the first united meeting goes off.', 22 November - 'I - - appreciated the kindness of [yr. letter] in the midst of all yr. work & writings', and 9 December (also contains 3 other fragments) - 'You never tell me how you are. Are you out every night in the East End or Camberwell - - It is well I don't know, or how I shd. worret.'.