Discusses his account. Mentions death of his father and his own inheritance.
Down Farnborough | Kent
My dear Sir
I beg to thank you for your note informing me that you have placed to my account at
Although you do not allude to the great loss we have experienced in the death of my Father, I am well assured, from what I have heard you say, that you will sympathise with us. A man with more entire kindness of heart could not, I am certain, exist. He always expressed much respect & interest for you.—
I believe M
Believe me | My dear Sir | Yours very faithfully |
C. R Darwin.
To | J. Higgins Esq
- f1 1211.f1Thomas Salt, of the Shrewsbury law firm of Dukes and Salt.
- f2 1211.f2See letter to John Higgins, 14 June , n. 1.