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Newman sends H a letter of sympathetic encouragement. Liddon renews his appeal to H to keep from 'making a very serious mistake indeed'. 19 Liddon writes again, at Manley's behest, to urge H to take advice from English Church clergy, not just Newman; hopes H has not gone to Birmingham 'today'. 22 A Hopkins Chronology 20 Liddon writes again, urging further doubts about Newman's impartiality. Manley Hopkins writes to Liddon, conceding Tittle hopes of a successful intervention'; he adds 'His mother's heart is almost broken by this' and hints that H has broken a promise to wait.
Writes 'Notes on the History of Greek Philosophy etc'. The fragment 'AH words mean either things or relations of things' is written into the notebook at about this date. Writes to Baillie that Ruskin is 'full of follies'; 'an interest in philosophy is the only one I can feel myself quite free to indulge in still.... ' H goes on to complain of finding teaching 'burdensome . . I am always tired.... You know I once wanted to be a painter I want to write still and as a priest I very likely can do that too, not so freely as I shd.
Newman, whose advice I wanted about my immediate duty Please tell no one of my conversion tiU I am received'. , the silent conviction that I was to become a CathoUc has been present to me for a year perhaps'. 28 TeUs RB he has a bad cold and defends his decision not to mention his conversion to him: 'sUence is an excellent discipline'. ) October 4 (Sat) TeUs Urquhart (who, holidaying at Dinan, has met H's parents there): 'my conversion when it came was all in a minute', and has evident hopes that Urquhart will convert too.