Definition of Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane
1. Noun. Scottish writer and sister of Richard Haldane and John Haldane (1862-1937).
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Literary usage of Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane
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1. Noteworthy Families (modern Science): An Index to Kinships in Near Degrees by Francis Galton, Edgar Schuster (1906)
"si, Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane, authoress of " Life of Ferrier," translator of Hegel's " History of Philosophy"; promoter of education and of reforms in ..."
2. Civil Service of Great Britain by Robert Moses (1914)
"... Esquire, Fellow of the Royal Society; PHILIP SNOWDEN, Esquire; GRAHAM WALLAS, Esquire; Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane, Spinster; and Lucy ANNE ..."
3. The University Review (1906)
"Alexander Gordon Mitchell, minister of Killearn, the parish of Buchanan's birth. LL.D.: Miss Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane; Professor John Eyton Bickersteth, ..."