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His wife predeceased him inand his last years were made harder to bear by failing eyesight. This needed no telling. Luis de Granada, Fr. There was always a sort of magic about him which could fill a lecture room at an international conference when the buzz reached the lobby that Postan was speaking, or in an animated circle at his home in Cambridge. His great-uncle was Thomas Babington Macaulay, by turns a poet, historian, colonial administrator, and British politician.

At about the same time that he returned to Cambridge, Trevelyan inherited from a distant relative a house and small estate at Hallington in Northumberland, where he spent his university vacations and did much of his writing. And all that the house- keeper of No. If anything, his intellectual vigour seemed to grow.

I did not hear them and I have not seen the MS. Her rooms were full of beautiful things, mostly Chinese. From the time of the Paycockes of Coggeshall and after the Nunneries were published the leisure time for research that she always managed to make was filling up with medieval wool. Por el contrario, la consideraremos como el entretejido de diversos factores que no deben ser condenados.

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She dressed for the triumph; enjoyed it immensely; and raised the level of talk and wit in that Combination Room. He was a great supporter of the Institute of Historical Research in London, and exceptionally generous in his encouragement of younger scholars. The lectures, like all her lectures, her talks and her after-dinner speeches, vere an immense success.

Eileen Power was very much more than a bit of a learned circle.

There was an interview with the Secretary of the Historical Board, a bachelor don who saw little of women and had no feminist sympathies. On his eightieth birthday an appeal was launched in The Times to found lectures in his honour at Cambridge University. But only in part. batwillon

By the mids Trevelyan had become a committed Baldwinite tory, and he was convinced that Macaulay would have taken the same view. It is not possible to think of economic history during the last fifty years either in Britain or the wider world without Munia Postan.

Lord Grey of the Reform Bill was his last piece of partisan whiggery, and Manin and the Venetian Revolution of was his final engagement with Italian history.

A funeral service, attended only by members of his family and a few personal friends, was held in Cambridge on 18 December. This first volume was to be, is to be, bataillon.

I have known her for twenty-seven years-not as an undergraduate; for during her early days at Girton I was not resident in Cambridge, and she never listened to me from a bench. Entrance to the University of St. And from the other side, as she was the first to allow, even proclaim, espwa had not that combina- tion of speculative and practical interest and sagacity which makes the ideal economist.


Her library was that of a woman of learning, a woman of letters and a collector of books, all combined. Studies in Government and Industrial Organization.

Erasmo y España, estudios sobre la historia espiritual del siglo XVI

Trevelyan returned in triumph errasmo his Trinity fellowship, and took up residence at Garden Corner, 23 West Road, where he lived for the rest of his life. I do know that for these two the loss can hardly be measured.

The first of these developments undermined his belief that Italy was a land of liberty, while the second vindicated his view that the treaty of Versailles had been unduly harsh.

She was seen more in Cambridge when she accepted a place on the governing body of Girton. He settled down in Cheyne Gardens in Chelsea, and threw himself into the literary and political life of the metropolis. Had not Keynes spoken some- where of a plunge into the rather dense waters of the Modern and a failure to bring up one single reference to the price revolution of the sixteenth century?