Thanks for letter . Finds observation at Stonehenge of depth of mould at different parts of slope “most valuable”.
My dear William
Your letter & facts are quite splendid.—f2 I cannot conceive howyou could have observed so much without aid.—
The depth of mould at different parts of slope & base is a mostvaluable observation.—The little step or slope round the great fallen stones verycurious;— I suppose the worms work under the stones, & come up atnearest point, viz close outside.— There are many points which Iwant to discuss & get explained. Shall you be coming to Down within a month or so? We cannot reconcilethe large & capital diagram with the 2d page of your letter: I imaginethey refer to different parts.f3 Again I am curious to know whether in the middlepart of slope in diagram, whether the inclination is greater, for the furrowsfor a space are decidedly deeper than above or below.— I havemade pencil notes on your letter,f4 so that I shall not forget what to