Item 152 - Letter from Rt. Hon. John Morley to Henry Sidgwick

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Add. MS c/94/152


Letter from Rt. Hon. John Morley to Henry Sidgwick


  • 29 Oct 1886 (Creation)

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Reports that he has written to Sidgwick's brother [Arthur?], and expresses the hope that he 'may be able to meet his wishes.' Claims to be ashamed of himself for not writing to Sidgwick as he promised to do, 'about Baudeau, Letr[ .], [ ].' Explains that his failure to do so 'was due to absolute incapacity.' Claims that '[his Life of Richard Cobden?] a narrative and a biography...and not a treatise.' Expresses the wish that Sidgwick would write an article on George Eliot for the Fortnightly Review.

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