Letters, 1890-1921, England and United States.


Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922. Letters, 1890-1921, England and United States.

Letters, 1890-1921, England and United States.

[1] 1890, August 30, Northeast Harbor, Me., to Samson [3 p.]. Thanks him for letter. He and his American wife are enjoying their stay on the Mt. Desert coast. [2] 1898, January 12, London, to Richard Watson Gilder [4 p.]. Will send article on equality as soon as possible. Is anxious about maintenance of the Citizen's Organization in New York. Hopes annexation of Hawaii will be averted because it would be "a deplorable new departure for the U.S.A." Expresses anxiety over the Herald's position on the Armenian question. [3] 1898, October 11, Forest Row, England, to Richard Watson Gilder [4 p.]. Referring to an "article regarding Colonies." He has postponed writing an article on Bismarck. [4] 1898, December 6, Forest Row, England, to Richard Watson Gilder [4 p.]. Asks him to modify Bryce's "article on Colonies"; "the USA ought ... not to burden itself with tropical dependencies ... We are here in a paroxysm of Jingoism and general glorification of material success." [5] 1899, February 10, to Richard Watson Gilder [3 p.]. Wishes to have date of writing noted when Gilder publishes his article. Suggests acquisition of Philippines by U.S. is beginning of imperialist policy. [6] 1904, November 11, Cambridge, Mass., to Richard Watson Gilder [4 p.]. Suggests remodelling his lectures for publication in the Century. [7] 1910, April 9, Washington, D.C., to Mrs. Perkins [3 p.]. Approves Dr. Franklin Jameson's suggested scholar to work on her husband's book. Encourages her to publish the book. [8] 1921, February 27, London, to Lord Blyth [1 l.]. Declines a lunch invitation.

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