Sent by Alfred Russel Wallace, Nutwood Cottage, Frith Hill, Godalming to Zimmerman [none given] on 13 October 1882.
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Transcriber: Catchpole, Caroline
Transcription date: March 27, 2013
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Frith Hill, Godalming
Oct[obe]r. 13th 1882
Dear Miss Zimmerman
The enclosed lecture I came upon yesterday and read it through again with intense interest. It seems to me to be far in advance of everything even English advanced liberals have aimed at and so full of profound wisdom and insight, as to make me feel that all the usual "reforms" advocated are mere peddling leaving all the real evils of our political organization[sic] untouched.
Keep it as long as you like but return it some day.
Yours very faithfully | Alfred R. Wallace [signature]
Almost everything I have read of Prof. Newmans shows me that he is one of the wisest if not the very wisest man politically now living.
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