|<-- See earlier|
||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.
||Henry Sidgwick to Messrs. A. and C. Black.
||Henry Sidgwick to Baron Friedrich von Hügel.
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Additional Manuscripts c
||G.F. Browne to Henry Sidgwick
||6 Nov 1891
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Writes in relation to a statement, for which he claims he was individually responsible, relating to the question of the removal of the obligation to study Greek in order to enter Cambridge University. States that he had thought of sending round 'a quiet fly sheet after the vote, explaining that [the] statement about "no evidence" was not a contradiction of the expression of opinion which Jackson quoted', but he felt that HS' statement 'that it was a misrepresentation which Jackson had exploded, a complete stop to any public action.' Claims that the statement, which he and others signed 'has been for long a mere common-place on [their] side' and that Dr. Westcott made it in his speech in October 1880. Claims that neither Westcott nor he could find any evidence at able students were excluded because of the requirement of Greek. Assures that the large sheet of paper on which he writes the letter is not an indication of formality. Claims that he is not copying it, and sends it to HS 'in all friendliness.'
|Browne, George Forrest (1833-1930) Bishop of Bristol|
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