Russel Wallace : Alfred Russell Wallace (sic)
"During the present condition of political stress and strain it is useless to trouble M. P.'s, or voters, or candidates. But as soon as we return to normal political quiescence, I suggest that a circular be [[p. 6]] sent to all our members urging them, as a duty, to vote, at all by-elections, against every member who will not promise to support the abolition of all Vaccination Laws whatever. I would also urge, as soon as the political atmosphere becomes more serene, that Mr. McCormick's admirable pamphlet be sent to all M. P.'s or unsuccessful candidates--with a short letter, begging them to read it, both as a duty and a pleasure. A united and vigorous effort should be made at by-elections. We are then more likely to succeed; we shall attract more attention; and Mr. McCormick's tract will supply admirable and effective powder and shot for the public heckling of candidates."