Anglo-Dane Quotes (1 quote)
The Anglo-Dane appears to possess an aptitude for mathematics which is not shared by the native of any other English district as a whole, and it is in the exact sciences that the Anglo-Dane triumphs.
In A Study of British Genius (1904), 69. As quoted and cited in Robert Ιdouard Moritz, Memorabilia Mathematica; Or, The Philomaths Quotation-Book (1914), 131. Moritz adds an editorial footnote: The mathematical tendencies of Cambridge are due to the fact that Cambridge drains the ability of nearly the whole Anglo-Danish district.