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||R.H. Inglis Palgrave to Nora Sidgwick
||John Peile to Nora Sidgwick
||Annette Peile to Nora Sidgwick
||George Phear to Nora Sidgwick
||Frank Podmore to Nora Sidgwick
||Letter from Frank Podmore to the editor of the Daily Chronicle, extracted from the latter.
||Bernard Mallett (on behalf of the Political Economy Club) to Nora Sidgwick
||L.L. Price to Nora Sidgwick
||Sir G.W. Prothero to Nora Sidgwick
||James Robertson to Nora Sidgwick
||[Alys] Russell to Nora Sidgwick
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||Emma Miller to Nora Sidgwick
||1 Sep 1900
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Writes on the death of HS to express her sympathy and that of her mother with NS on her loss. Speculates as to great a loss it must be to her, considering how keenly it is felt by themselves, who had met him so rarely. Claims that there is no one whom she reverenced so much or whose words had so much influence upon her. Considers it a privilege to have been associated with him, however remotely, 'and in however humble a work as the C.O.S.' Claims that there is no one left who approaches him in social charm, and that their last light from Cambridge society is gone.
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