- 14 Jun 1904 (Production)
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2 docs: 1 letter; 1 printed list with MS annotations.
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Henry Jackson was born in 1839, the son of an eminent Sheffield surgeon of the same name. He attended Sheffield Collegiate School and Cheltenham College before entering Trinity College Cambridge in 1858. He graduated BA in 1862 as third Classic. He was elected a Fellow of Trinity in 1864 and became Assistant Tutor in 1866, Praelector in Ancient Philosophy in 1875 and Vice-Master in 1914. In 1906 he succeeded R. C. Jebb as Regius Professor of Greek. Jackson was a great reformer, both within the college and the university. Together with Henry Sidgwick and others he essentially established the Cambridge supervisory system by introducing it in the classical side at Trinity. Other disciplines and other colleges soon followed suit.
Jackson's area of study was Greek philosophy, but he did not publish greatly - editing book 5 of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics and writing a series of pieces on Plato's later theory of ideas in the Journal of Philology. His greater achievement was in his lectures and his ability to train the next generation of classical scholars; his more eminent students included R. K. Gaye, Francis Cornford and R. G. Bury. He died in 1921.
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Returns to her with thanks her list of members of the Ad Eundem [included]; dates it 'not earlier than the spring of 1866, when W.H. Thompson became Master [of Trinity] and it is not later than the autumn of 1868' when he [Jackson] was elected. Thinks that the likely date is 1867. Gives a list of those he believes were the founders; includes the names of Henry Sidgwick, H. Fawcett, A. Sidgwick, W.C. Sidgwick, G.O. Trevelyan etc. Lists the names of some men who came later. States that from January 1872 he has a complete list. Refers to Arthur [Sidgwick's] resignation in December 1877, and his reelection in May 1879. He always regards the Ad Eundem 'as one of Henry's good works'; it has been very useful as a link between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Referring to the printed list, states that he believes that 'the written supplements are Munro's.'
Printed list entitled 'Ad Eundem Club/List of Members.' Lists members of the club, with their addresses. MS annotations.
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- Sidgwick, Eleanor Mildred (1845-1936) Principal of Newnham College Cambridge (Sujet)
- Ad Eundem Society (Sujet)
- Thompson, William Hepworth (1810–1886), college head (Sujet)
- Sidgwick, Henry (1838–1900), philosopher (Sujet)
- Fawcett, Henry (1833-1884) economist and politician (Sujet)
- Sidgwick, Arthur (1840–1920), educationist and classical scholar (Sujet)
- Sidgwick, William Carr (1834-1919), fellow and tutor at Merton College, Oxford (Sujet)
- Trevelyan, Sir George Otto (1838-1928) 2nd Baronet, statesman and historian (Sujet)
- Munro, Hugh Andrew Johnstone (1819–1885), classical scholar (Sujet)