Part 4 - Letter from James Martineau to E. Enfield

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Add. MS c/93/124/4


Letter from James Martineau to E. Enfield


  • 1868 (Creation)

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Sends Enfield for his 'critical judgment, an attempt which Gertrude has made to embody [his] idea of a Free [ ] [ ] Emblem' [not included]. Claims that Mr [John James?] Taylor approves of it. Suggests that Enfield consult Sidgwick or 'Mr Williams' about it. Declares that if it is not approved of, they can 'still fall back upon the monogram.' Refers to Mr Taylor's attitude to an aspect of the emblem.

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