|<-- See earlier|
||Printed review of HS' The Development of European Polity, extracted from the Dublin Figaro of 14 May 1904.
||Printed review of HS' The Development of European Polity, extracted from the Athenaeum of 18 June 1904.
||Proof of [letter] by J.R. Seeley, [sent] to Henry Sidgwick
||H. Montagu Butler to Henry Sidgwick
||George Butler to Henry Sidgwick
||[G.]Z. M[ ] to Henry Sidgwick
||F.W. Farrar to Henry Sidgwick
||[ ] to Henry Sidgwick
||Arthur Faber to Henry Sidgwick
||H.W. Moss to Marshall.
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Additional Manuscripts c
||C. Evans to Henry Sidgwick
||25 May 1872
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States that he approves of the proposal 'contained in Part II of the Report of Scheme for modifying the Previous Examination.' Declares that the substitution of modern languages for Latin or Greek 'will enable many deserving students of great mathematical or scientific ability to proceed to the University who are now deterred by the necessity of learning Greek, which perhaps they have not commenced at 17 or 18 years of age.'
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