Item 173 - Letter from Mary Sidgwick to Henry Sidgwick

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Add. MS c/101/173


Letter from Mary Sidgwick to Henry Sidgwick


  • 17 Dec 1866 (Creation)

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States that she will be delighted to see him on 29 December. Hopes that Minnie will come as early as possible in January, if not before. Announces that Arthur goes to London on the following Wednesday, and then to Clifton and to Cheltenham on his way home. Claims that it is six weeks since she has had a card from William. States that her letter [172/1] will tell him all about Miss Clough, and undertakes to write to him at once if she hears from her again that week about Manchester. Does not think that Edward will change his mind [about coming to Rugby]. Regrets that Henry has had 'disappointment in College matters....' Reports that she said good bye that day to Mr [Edward Ashley?] Scott, who is to be married.

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