Histamine plays a major role in the cardinal signs of inflammation. It helps mediate vasodilation and vascular permeability (via endothelial cell contraction). These two functions are already contrary to A, B, C, and D. By increasing fluid in the interstitial space, you can reason that there will be increased lymph flow.
There is "a direct action of histamine on the lymphatic smooth muscle via stimulation of H1 (and in some vessels H2) receptors. H1 receptors enhance and H2 receptors slow down lymphatic pumping, the dominant effect being an increased contractile activity."
Histamine increases microvascular permeability, i.e. Fluid + Proteins, this increases pressure in the interstitium > lymph flow increases