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Humphry, Sir George Murray (1820-1896), knight, surgeon
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Letter from the Duke of Devonshire to G. M. Humphry


Trinity Lodge
June 17. 1874

Dear Professor Humphry

I enclose a copy which I have somewhat hastily drawn up of the speech I made in Trinity last evening. I have had very little time to look on it, & very possibly you may find grammatical & other errors in it.

Yrs very faithfully

Professor Humphry.


Black-edged paper.

Letter from Alfred Tennyson to G. M. Humphry


Farringford, Freshwater, Isle of Wight
April 4th 1873


I beg to enclose a cheque for 10£ if I may be allowed to offer this small contribution to the Sedgwick Memorial.

I have the honour to be
Your very obedient servant
A Tennyson

Letter from A. P. Humphry to Henry Coggin


Grove Lodge | Cambridge
7 Oct. 1896

Dear Sir,

I wish to thank you very sincerely for your kind and welcome letter of sympathy {1}.

I hope you are having fair health and enjoying your leisure.

Yours faithfully
A. P. Humphrey

Mr H. Coggin


Black-edged paper.

{1} The writer's father, Sir G. M. Humphry, had died at his home, Grove Lodge, on 24 September.

Letter from Earl Waldegrave to G. M. or A. P. Humphry


50 Wilton Crescent {1}
Saturday | April 26' {2}

My dear Humphry

Thanks for the lunch we will appear at Certainly enter me for scratch fours please. I am glad I have hit off something. I must come and look at the Parade also on Monday. If you have not yet entered for Middlesex Assoc' Meeting don't till I have seen you.

In Haste
Yrs very truly


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{1} Waldegrave's London residence.

{2} '1873' has been added in pencil.

Letter from B. F. Westcott to G. M. Humphry


Trinity College | Cambridge
March 22d {1} | '73

Dear Professor Humphry,

Let me thank you for the honour which you have done to my office in proposing to me to be a member of the Committee for preparing a memorial to Professor Sedgwick {2}. I shall be happy to render any assistance in my power to carrying out the object proposed.

Yrs vy truly {3}
B F Westcott


{1} The second figure is indistinct.

{2} Adam Sedgwick had died on 27 January.

{3} This line is indistinct.