Includes: 3 letters probably January 1892; 28 January [1892?] - 'How's Lilian? Love to her. I miss her faithful daily visit'; 9, 19, 26, 28 and 29 February and 1, 17 and 18 March 1892 to various London addresses, including 26 February - 'I was dreadfully frightened to hear of peritonitis - - I hope it may prove a mild attack & that dear Lilian may soon be easier', also 'K.L. Sunday' [1892?], referring to the possibility of Lilian's 'return to Coop', together with several other letters; 4 letters of April 1892 from Birkenhead variously to Bognor, Glasgow and Auchterarder, including 5 April - 'how does your prep. for Edinbro' get on', 8 April - G. speaks of you & yr. ways with her so very nicely - - I am glad you can be any - - comfort to her', also containing another letter [probably 6 or 7 April], and 18 April - 'Have you turned the Labour Question inside out? & fixed up the future of Democratic England? - - Yr. account of the 2 Howard girls is but poor. They are a caution as to overwork & strain.'; 24 April [found unopened] and 1, 8 and 10 May 1892 to Kirkby Lonsdale; 15 May 1892 to Manchester - 'Eva Muir came today - - They hope to have Meta next Wed. I suppose you know a little Hogg is hoped for in the Autumn'; 17 May 1892; 28 May 1892 to Gosling's Hotel, Manchester - 'you will break down - - if you are not decently careful. Do, do go on with yr. room at Gosling's; & be alone - - Consider - - how little I really interfere'; 6 June 1892 to Rochdale - 'What an interesting time you must be having - - You will be glad when yr. speech is over'.