Part 3/1-2 - Letter from Henry Sidgwick to A.J. Patterson

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Add. MS c/98/3/1-2


Letter from Henry Sidgwick to A.J. Patterson


  • 10 Jan 1885 (Creation)

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Refers to Patterson's letter to him, and agrees that it seems 'very unlikely that Eb[ ] got 10,000 florins from the Times for correspondence about Hungary. Believes that Bryce would be able to find out 'whether he got a salary that [Patterson] would regard as adequate'. Suggests that correspondence addressed to Alassio in Italy would be adequate to find Bryce. Announces that he returns to Cambridge at the end of the following week or beginning of the week after [17 or 19 January].

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