Gives CD directions for sending him specimens from Beagle.
Writes of Cambridge politics.
My dear Darwin,
I have just received your letter about consignment with a statement of your attempt to
cheat my Brother of 1£. Do look at the bill I see sent, for it runs in my head
that you have read pounds for shillings & shillings for pounds & that
you ought to have p
Antipodes or England.
—the part underlined being optional.
I intend a great addition to my clinometer by giving it a sight for calculating
- f1 143.f1George Leonard Jenyns.
- f2 143.f2Charles Philip Yorke, Tory anti-Reform Bill candidate in the Cambridgeshire elections. He was defeated by Richard Greaves Townley of Fulbourn, Cambs. (Cambridge Chronicle, 4 November 1831).