J. B. Innes is greatly obliged for JSH's letter. JSH's observation of chalk flints strikes CD as "very curious".
My dear Henslow
Pray keep Hooker's letter as long as you like, & send it, if you
please, to Sir William.— Just look it over & see whether there is not
some expression about his Father being angry, which might not be proper to
send.— I remember in former letter his saying that he had not told his Father
how ill Falconer had behaved, as it w
In Haste | Yours most sincerely | C. Darwin
Your observation on Chalk flint strikes me as very curious.—
- f1 1284.f1See the second letter from J. D. Hooker, 3 February 1849.