Thanks WO for valuable letter. Feels he need not trouble any more about platysma. If WO ever sees someone suffering great fear, CD asks him to observe the neck.
Hopes to visit WO when next in London.
Down | Beckenham | Kent S.E.
My dear Dr. Ogle
Absence from home has prevented me from thanking you before for yourlast to me very valuable letter. I think I need not trouble myselfmuch more about the Platysma.f1 If you shd. ever see any one sufferinggreat fear & can remember the point do look at the neck.— I willenquire what muscle my informant named when he spoke about thelongitudinal furrows.f2 I think Duchenne always speaks of transversefurrows.—f3
I have just been in London for 6 days for some rest, & intended callingon you; but days so short, & not much strength for what I was forced to do, thatI failed. I shall be up again in some 6 weeks or 2 months, & much hope thento see you.—f4 If at any time you write again, please tell me whether I may callearly & how early—
With very sincere thanks | Yours truly | C. Darwin