Health is improved, but would do anything to get strong again. Is consulting his father; will return to London soon to see B. W. Hawkins.
Will send MS [of Fish, no. 2] to the printer, and be there when LJ comes.
Your note has just been forwarded to me.— I shall return to London by the end
of next week, when I will send the M.S. to the Printer, & see whether
it can be ready for you.— I will consult with M
My health during the last two weeks has been better & I have come down here to consult my Father & see whether change of air, would set me up.—
I am wearied of losing time & would do anything to get strong again.
I shall certainly be in Town by the end of next week, (ie 10
Believe me | Dear Jenyns | Yours most truly | Chas. Darwin