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||Lord Lytton to Nora Sidgwick
||Bernard Mallett to [Arthur J.] Balfour.
||M.H. Mason to Nora Sidgwick
||J.B. Mayor to Nora Sidgwick
||Alexandrina Mayor to Nora Sidgwick
||Emma Miller to Nora Sidgwick
||J.R. Mozley to Nora Sidgwick
||[ ] Nakashima to Nora Sidgwick
||J.E. Nixon to Nora Sidgwick
||Alice McAnally (widow of Roden Noel) to Nora Sidgwick
||R.H. Inglis Palgrave to Nora Sidgwick
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||William J. Lewis.
||29 Aug 1900
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Writes to express his sympathy to NS on the death of HS. Reports that the latter's resignation was the first intimation he had that anything was wrong, and that since then he had hoped that 'favourable progress which seemed to be made in June would be maintained'. Claims that few men 'have lived so noble a life - based as it was on a sterling character and on a high sense of duty', and that he 'always had at heart the best interests of education; and always gave without stint to both College and University.' Quoting from George Eliot's The Choir Invisible states that HS 'lived so as to gain a place amongst "the choir invisible of those immortal dead who live again in minds made better by their presence." '
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