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It will be good exercise during the winter, especially as W. is to have a practising ground on Lord Granville's farm near Hendon. If my mother does not get well enough for me to leave her on the road, I hope to see you on Monday or Tuesday week. Ever your's sincerely J D Acton 207 ACTON TO SIMPSON • 1 NOVEMBER 1859 Herrnsheim Worms Hesse Darmstadt November the 1st 1859 My dear Simpson, My mother fell so ill on the road to England that we were obliged to bring her here, where she became rapidly worse.
Probably on an army subject. Not published. 2 33 ACL have no materials whatever. He quotes from Jardin that Garnet approved of the plot1—"I told them it was lawful," Garnet is represented to have said to Hall. Then he says that before the plot Catholics were much better off than under Elizabeth. Can any play be made with these passages? _r , r to Your s ever JDA. I have had a talk with old Longman. He stated some objections, but ended by asking me to write on paper a statement of our proposal, saying also that he was going out of town, and could not attend to business for a week.
122-3, with major omissions. 3 Not published. For the first article, also not published, see Letters 166, 167 and 169. 4 Simpson, 'Reform', Rambler, in (May 1860), 10-26. 5 Eckstein, 'The Church and Science', ibid. 68-83, which had to be translated. 6 In addition to the above, these are, respectively, 'The Political System of the Popes'; 'The Catholic University of Ireland'; the second part of 'The Church in the Ancient Symbols', ibid. 106-13; 'Sir Walter Scott'; and 'The Limits of our Thought'.