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||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.
||G.C. Bell to Henry Sidgwick
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||M.F. Latham to Nora Sidgwick
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Refers to HS' suggestion that they 'should set up Tableau vivants during his visit to Keswick', and that he proposed 'Sleeping Beauty' for [her], and said that Miss Tawney - his sister-in-law - 'would do excellently for the beauty.' Relates another incident during the same visit in which she went to the drawing room to help her mother receive some caller 'and saw at the other end of the room Mr. Sidgwick asleep in an easy chair, dresed in an Afghan costume of white felt belonging to her father, and wearing the fur cap belonging to it', with a sleeping kitten asleep on top. Adds that this occurred during HS' undergraduate days, and declares that he was such a charming visitor, 'always amusing and always making himself at home with [them].'
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