Correspondence from Rawdon Reilly to his sister Emma Pinckney nee Reilly, 29 July 1897
The Government has done the right thing at last and arrested a number of leading Brahmins for sedition. It is likely they will get transportation for life. But they have not got that renegade Sir William Wedderburn who is drawing £1200 a year pension and is at the bottom of all the mischief. He doesn't think Emma will see Lewis on his visit home as he plans to spend it with his family and then go to see Clarai in Bruges.