Arranges to return a collection of cirripedes which belongs to her husband [Samuel Stutchbury].
Down | Farnborough | Kent
I have at last finished with the valuable collection of Cirripedes, which Mr.
Stutchbury so generously placed at my disposal, & I wish to return
them.— I sh
- f1 1579a.f1Samuel Stutchbury, curator of the Bristol Philosophical and Literary Institution, had formed a large collection of Cirripedia, which he lent to CD for use in the preparation of his cirripede monographs (Living Cirripedia (1851): vi). Stutchbury was at the time in Australia, where he was employed by the Australian Geological Survey (Matthews 1982, p. 264).
- f2 1579a.f2Living Cirripedia (1854) was distributed in September 1854 (see Correspondence vol. 5, letter to T. H. Huxley, 2 September ). CD sent Stutchbury presentation copies of both volumes (see Matthews 1982, p. 261).