Item 72 - Letter from J.R. Seeley to Henry Sidgwick

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Letter from J.R. Seeley to Henry Sidgwick


  • 25 Sep [1873/4?] (Creation)

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Asks Sidgwick what he wants him to lecture about that term. Expresses his determination to complete his Life [and Times] of Stein. Claims to have been hard at work during the summer, and to be looking forward to 'an easy course of lectures.' Suggests the history of Prussia and Germany in the Napoleonic age. Adds that '[i]f the ladies want some quite different subject' he had better hand it over again to Hammond or P[aschew?].

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