Review of Reviews,  17 (1898), 209–19.

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    Observes that the 'almost simultaneous' deaths of James Stansfeld and the American Frances E C Willard 'deprives the cause of moral reform in both sections of the English-speaking world of its most conspicuous champion', although it will at least be 'a source of genuine satisfaction to Lady Henry [Somerset] that her last admirable letter on the subject of the regulation of vice in India had appeared before Miss Willard passed away' (219).

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