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A Letter from Wallace. (S611: 1904)

Editor Charles H. Smith's Note: A short note including brief quotes from Wallace printed on page 3 of the 15 January 1904 issue of The Sentinel (Wood Green, etc., England). To link directly to this page, connect with: http://people.wku.edu/charles.smith/wallace/S611.htm

    Re Mr. Tilney's allegation that Alfred Russel Wallace, since the publication of his manifesto on spiritualism in 1875, has written "much of opposite import," Mr. T. C. Dawson writes:

    I am in the habit of proving all things, so I have been in correspondence with Alfred Russel Wallace, and I sent him Mr. Tilney's assertion.

    He replies that the statement is "ABSOLUTELY and entirely FALSE," and he is about to republish the book, by Messrs. Nichols & Co. "I adhere to every statement in the book," are his closing words.

    Your readers may judge from this how much Mr. Tilney is to be relied upon.

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