Discusses JJ's proposed review of his volume [Coral reefs].
Down | Bromley | Kent
My dear Sir
I feel your intention of drawing up a short account of my volume, as a very great compliment, & from your knowledge of all kindred
subjects I shall have the greatest interest in seeing it.— As the subject of
coral-reefs is not of any immediate local interest, very few have been at the pains of
reading my volume;— I must, however, except
With many thanks Believe me | My dear Sir | Yours very sincerely
| C. Darwin
To Col. Jackson &c &c
- f1 650.f1Jackson 1842.