By W. A. Ayton, Ellic Howe, F. Leigh Gardner
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Circulation, got up this case which was really against W[illiam] E[wart] G[ladstone] and Sir Wm. Harcourt, who were notorious as frequenting a house of very ill fame in Stjohn's Wood. B. M. G. G. and Stead has been coquetting with the Pope ever since. B. and Burrows to have been introduced by Stead. As a rule, a man is known by the company he keeps, but, of course, this may be an exception and the introduction only a matter of accident, meaning nothing but a piece of formality. You will think me very suspicious, but I had so much trouble and annoyance from Dr A[rchibald] K[eightly], an avowed Papist being made President, and her also openly avowed intention to destroy the T[heosophical] S[ociety] if she could, that I cannot help being suspicious.
I know well all the Philosophy of the thing, and that it is Nature's Law and as she herself said, when her brother died a short time ago "~e have arrived at that time of life, when we must expect such things", and afterwards applied it equally to herself. For all that, there is no escaping the physical strain and mental depression which such a wrench causes. You have seen something of her at Chacombe and must have seen she was everything to me. I have been exc~edingly ill. n, and on my way back a stupid fellow kept the windward wmdow open, and gave me a great chill.
P. Blavatsky's The Secret Doctrine was published in March 1889 Stead gave it to Annie Besant to review. He knew about her recent interest in Spiritualism and potentially occultism, although at this time she cannot have known much about the latter. Stead had met Madame Blavatsky but did not know her well. 's vast compendium of occult lore, Mrs Besant asked Stead for an introduction to her. When she first visited 17 Lansdowne Road in March 1889 she was accompanied by her younger friend Herbert Burrows.
Alchemist of the Golden Dawn: The Letters of the Revd W.A. Ayton to F.L. Gardner and Others, 1886-1905 (Roots of the Golden Dawn Series) by W. A. Ayton, Ellic Howe, F. Leigh Gardner