Item 109 - Letter from Henry Sidgwick to his mother

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Letter from Henry Sidgwick to his mother


  • [Jun?] 1869 (Creation)

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Refers to an election in which Henry and others were 'triumphant'. Reports that he has received the marmalade from her and that it is very good. Claims to be 'very happy and comfortable'. Refers to his resignation of his fellowship and claims that he is certain that he has done right. Declares that he likes Miss [Alice] Horton's verses very much, and indicates that he would be happy to help her 'to imbibe fine literature and produce what she can.'

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