Gilder In The Critic, 23, P. 322; "Goldwin Smith As A Critic," By H.
Gilder, Lincoln, the Leader, and Lincoln's Genius for Expression (New York, 1909); M.
(2) Pneumonic plague was observed and described in many of the old epidemics, and particularly by two medical men, Dr Gilder and Dr Whyte, in the outbreak in Kathiawar in 1816; but its precise significance was first recognized by Childe in Bombay.
I also met Mr. Richard Watson Gilder and Mr. Edmund Clarence Stedman.
Mr. Gilder told me about his moonlight journeys across the vast desert to the Pyramids, and in a letter he wrote me he made his mark under his signature deep in the paper so that I could feel it.