Item 133 - Letter from F. W. Farrar to Henry Sidgwick

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Letter from F. W. Farrar to Henry Sidgwick


  • 2 Sep [1867] (Creation)

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Thanks Sidgwick for his criticisms of his essay, and explains some of the references therein. Gives directions as to how Sidgwick may receive further proofs, and reminds him that corrections at the final stage are very expensive. With reference to his [Farrar's] Greek Syntax, which is in its second edition, states his intention of sending a copy of it to Sidgwick the following term, if he has not yet come across it, and asks for his criticisms.

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