ETHEL SARGANT.1


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    Since Ethel Sargant's death, the fallowing notices of her life and work have appeared:—by Dr. D. H. Scott, Annals of Botany, Vol. 32, 1918, pp. i-v; see also letter by Dr. Scott in Times Literary Supplement, Thursday, Jan. 31, 1918, reprinted in Journal of Bot. Vol. 56, 1918, pp. 115-6; by Dr. E. N. Thomas. Proc. Linn. Soc. 130th Session, Oct. 1918. pp. 41–42; by the present writer in The Cambridge Magazine, Vol. 7, Jan. 26, 1918 p. 361, reprinted in The Common Cause, Vol. 9, 1918, p. 567; see also Nature, Vol. 101, 1918, pp. 428-9. Reference may also be made to a forthcoming article by the present writer, “Ethel Sargant, 1863–1918, A study of the mind of a morphologist,” in Studies in the History of Science, edited by Dr. C. Singer, Vol. III.

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