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s of Women, in London, in the summer of 1872, in which undertaking the cooperation of all persons is earnestly invited.
Before continuing the story of this peace crusade, we return to the Journal.
The volume for 1871 is fragmentary, the entries mostly brief and far apart.
Written and blank pages are alike significant of the movement going on in her mind, the steadily growing desire and resolve to dedicate her life, as her husband had dedicated his, to the highest needs of humanity.
January 20. Have been ill all these days.
Had a divine glimpse this day, between daylight and dusk, of something like this — a beautiful person splendidly dressed entering a theatre as I have often done with entire delight and forgetfulness of everything else, and the restraining hand of Christ holding me back in the outer darkness — the want and woe of the world, and saying, The true drama of life is here.
Oh! that restraining hand had in it the true touch, communicating knowledge of human sorrow