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||Edward Lyttelton to Nora Sidgwick
||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
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||Frank Podmore to Nora Sidgwick
||31 Aug 1900
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Wishes that he could more adequately have expressed in his last letter 'something of the affection and reverence [he has] always felt' for HS. Refers to the keen interest he took in all things, and his wonderful humour. Remarks that his writings 'had comparatively little of that charm [of] humour and felicitous phrasing which made his conversation so fascinating.' Refers to his 'clear, unbiased vision'. Declares that his memory will not soon pass away, and that apart from the work he has done, HS will live as a noble memory with all who knew him, among whom he numbers himself and his wife. Encloses a letter [included], which he wrote to the Daily Chronicle. States that there was no time to contact [F.W.H.] Myers, and that he was reluctant to disturb NS, so he has written it on his own responsibility. Refers to a reference she made to an article on telepathy.
|Podmore, Frank (1856-1910) psychical researcher|
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