Written: Written about August 28, 1904, in Switzerland
Published: First published in 1930. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1974, Moscow, Volume 34, page 250.
Translated: Clemens Dutt
Transcription\Markup: D. Moros
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Dear Lydia Alexandrovna,
Please send the following letter to all our friends in Russia as soon as possible (desirably today):
“Please begin immediately collecting and dispatching all correspondence to our addresses with the inscription: ‘For Lenin’. Money, too, is badly needed. Events are taking a sharper turns The Minority is obviously preparing a coup through a deal with part of the Central Committee. The worst is to be expected. Details in a few days.”
Send this letter immediately
(1) toSt. Petersburg, to the address of Mouse, (2) to Tver, (3) to Odessa (to both addresses), (4) to Ekaterinoslav, (5) to Siberia, (6) to the Urals, (7) to Riga (to both addresses), (8) to Rosa, (9) to NizhniNovgorod (the address for letters: Library of the Vsesoslovny Club, in a brochure), (10) to Saratov (to Golubev’s address), and generally to all the addresses of friends on whom we can fully depend.
Leon  should not leave so soon, her document will be sent out, but not before a day or two. 
 The lines printed in small type are Krupskaya’s text.—Ed.