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Wilson, Sir Henry Francis (1859–1937), knight, barrister and civil servant
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Printed address to E. W. Gosse accompanying a gift from his friends in Cambridge at the termination of the Clark Lectureship

From Arthur B. Cane, Austen Chamberlain, Ernest R. Debenham, Frank Gillson, L. N. Guillemard, Stanley M. Leathes, Theodore Morison, F. S. Oliver, Arthur Platt, W. A. Raleigh, R. Ll. B. Rathbone, A. H. Smith, H. Babington Smith, H. F. Stewart, Arthur H. Studd,. C. S. Whibley, H. F. Wilson.

Letters from H. F. Wilson to Henry Babington Smith

231: 19 Mar 1889, enclosing letter, A. Sidgwick to H. F. Wilson [mid-Mar 1889]
235: 21 Mar 1889, enclosing letter, A. Sidgwick to H. F. Wilson (Mar 1889), with letter from A. Sidgwick to Henry Babington Smith, 21 Mar 1889.
237: concerning In Partibus Club etc, enclosing poem, ''Carmen Cantabrigiense: In Partibus Infidelium (sive Paganorum) Canendum' [verses in English"

Letter from Sir Henry Francis Wilson to R. C. Trevelyan

Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London. - Asks for a copy of Trevelyan's "Pterodamozels" to add to his 'apostolic' collection [books published by members of the Cambridge Apostles]; gives the address as 43 Ovington Square; would be 'indebted' to him if he also wrote his name on the title page. Asks in a postscript whether Trevelyan has a printed list of his other publications.

Letter from Sir Henry Francis Wilson to R. C. Trevelyan

Lennox House, 43 Ovington Square. - Thanks Trevelyan for the 'two volumes ' [one the "Pterodamozels", see 19/63] and the particulars of Trevelyan's other books. Will be arranging his 'collection of Apostolica' [books by Cambridge Apostles] when he goes to Herefordshire next week, and then 'fill some more of its gaps'; meanwhile would like a copy of Trevelyan's "Polyphemus' and encloses payment.