Item 79 - Letter from F. W. Cornish to Henry Sidgwick

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Add. MS c/93/79


Letter from F. W. Cornish to Henry Sidgwick


  • 20 May 1879 (Creation)

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Thanks Sidgwick for lending him the 'Abstracts'. Allusion to Dante's Commedia. Expresses inability to understand 'how a reasonable man believes in Relics', and refers to Cardinal John Henry Newman, who' has the art of [ ] absurdities without being absurd.

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