Item 53 - Letter from Arthur Sidgwick to Nora Sidgwick.

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Letter from Arthur Sidgwick to Nora Sidgwick.


  • 12 Apr 1904 (Creation)

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Has been away to see the Robertsons; is now 'in a rush of politics.' Is coming to Cambridge the following day, but will probably be unable to do much. Has written to H. G. D[akyns] about Frank Vivian, and undertakes to send Nora his reply when it comes. Encloses 'the "Scope and Method" ' [not included]. In relation to the date of the establishment of the Ad Eundem [Society], states that his records go back only as far as 1868 when Jackson was elected, but that his diary shows that he attended an Ad Eundem dinner on 9 June 1866.

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