|<-- See earlier|
||J.D. Duff to Henry Sidgwick
||AS Hoyle to Arthur Sidgwick.
||E. Kitchener to Henry Sidgwick
||John E. Marr to Henry Sidgwick
||James Hope Moulton to Henry Sidgwick
||Printed letter from HS to the editor of the Times, extracted from the latter.
||Printed single sheet/circular: 'On Degrees in Science', by HS
||Printed leaflet/fly-sheet/circular, entitled 'The Two Graces' by HS
||Printed leaflet/fly-sheet etc., entitled 'Compulsory Classics' by HS.
||Henry Sidgwick to Sir Louis Mallet.
|See later -->||
Additional Manuscripts c
||William Bateson to Henry Sidgwick
||29 Oct 1891
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|Content and context|
States that he has just seen HS' letter issued that morning. Admits regretting having put his name to the statement, referred to as 'number "Two" ', which, he claims he did 'in haste, without verification....' Declares that it is some time since he read [Welldon's] speech. In relation to 'Dr. Jackson's point', referred to as 'number "One" ', asserts that the question is one of interpretation. Emphasises that he speaks only for himself, having consulted no one.
|Bateson, William Henry (1812-1881) Master of St John's College Cambridge|
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