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Add. MS b/71/17 · Item · 23-26 Jul 1901
Part of Additional Manuscripts b

Thanks her for her letter. Refers to the enclosed letter and copy of minute and tells her to keep them. Reminds her that [Henry Sidgwick's] article on 'The Philosophy of Common Sense' was published in Mind in 1895. Announces that she is having a children's party on the following Monday, but claims that 'it will seem very different from the times when [Nora has] been so kind as to come'.

Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance (1848-1922), philosopher and college head
Add. MS c/94/65 · Item · 30 May 1900
Part of Additional Manuscripts c

Expresses her extreme sadness at the news of Sidgwick's illness, and her appreciation of his having written to her. Claims that helping him 'is the greatest privilege [she] could possibly have', and that she owes him very much. Wishes him a return to good health.

Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance (1848-1922), philosopher and college head
Add. MS c/104/82 · Item · 26 June [1905]
Part of Additional Manuscripts c

Refers to an enclosed typescript poem, To an Ideal Teacher, [included: 82/2] written by her for Henry Sidgwick, which came out in the Cambridge Review 'at the time of the Letters to Lecturers' [6 Feb 1900]; thought that Nora had not perhaps seen it. Hopes that Nora was not tired 'after the river', and declares what a kindness and pleasure Nora's coming was.

Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance (1848-1922), philosopher and college head