Item 158 - Copy letter from F. S. Carey to J. G. Frazer

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Add. MS b/35/158


Copy letter from F. S. Carey to J. G. Frazer


  • c 1947-c 1955 (Creation)

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22 Rock Park, Rock Ferry, Cheshire. Dated Dec. 8, 1916 - Thanks him for the Huxley memorial address; Chauncey Puzey and M. Bagin have died, Edgar Browne is much changed; is vexed with the pacifist strain at Trinity, does not understand Bertrand Russell and his friends; sad to hear that [J. P.] Postgate's son [Raymond] and Adam Sedgwick's son are in gaol for refusing to serve; both of his boys are in France: Dick's made a raid the other day and entered the German trench to find no one there; the University is limping along; W. Gasperi visited, has never doubted his sympathies; salutes the conservatives and labour government uniting under Lloyd George.

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