Item 128 - Letter from Henry Sidgwick to his mother

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Letter from Henry Sidgwick to his mother


  • 2 Sep [1869?] (Creation)

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Reports that he arrived safe [in Cambridge] the previous night. States that the Windermere Hotel was very good. Refers to his journey to Bowness and Rugby. Reports that many people are still up in Cambridge, and that he has begun work. Thanks her for sending him a book and letters. Reports that the previous day was 'splendid', and hopes that William and his uncle 'are having it fine' that day.

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