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Letter 2682

Darwin, C. R. to Henslow, J. S.

3 Feb [1860]

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    Thanks for L. Jenyns' very sensible letter [missing].

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    Will be delighted to see JSH whenever he can come.

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Feb 3d

My dear Henslow

Many thanks for L. Jenyns very sensible letter.—

We shall be truly delighted to see you, whenever you can come, after the 11th or any other time.—

In Haste | Most truly yours | C. Darwin

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    Leonard Jenyns was Henslow's brother-in-law. He had probably written to Henslow about Origin. For Jenyns's views about CD's work, see letter to Leonard Jenyns, 7 January [1860].
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    Henslow visited the Darwins from 14 to 16 February 1860 (Emma Darwin's diary). See letter to J. S. Henslow, 9 February [1860].
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