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Letter 3979

Fox, W. D. to Darwin, C. R.

[11 Feb 1863]

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    Plans to meet CD in town.

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Hillfield | Hampstead | NW

My dear Darwin

Many thanks for your note. I am truly sorry to hear you are so poorly.

I scarcely hoped to see you, and am very glad to be able to do so. I will certainly come on Friday about 1—and shall rejoice to see Er<as>mus at same time.

Many thanks for your <invite> to Down, but it is impossible for me to accept it—nor do I think it wd be anything but a teaze to you if I did.

Had I not been able to get a glimpse of you in Town, I might have tried to run down for a few hours.

Ever my dear Darwin | Yours W D Fox

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    f1 3979.f1
    The date is established by the relationship between this letter and the letter to W. D. Fox, [10 February 1863].
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    f2 3979.f2
    See letter to W. D. Fox, [10 February 1863].
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    f3 3979.f3
    CD stayed with his brother, Erasmus Alvey Darwin, at 6 Queen Anne Street, London, from 4 to 14 February 1863 (see `Journal' (Correspondence vol. 11, Appendix II)).
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