To Francis Wedgwood 27 November 
Down Farnborough Kent
Would you be so good (in accordance with enclosed instructions from Jos.) as to send to “Mssrs. Hine & Robinson Charter House Sqr. London”, the bundle of parchments which you hold for our Trust.1 Please to see that they are securely tied up & may I beg you, to send them by secure means to Whitmore Station & have them booked; please rather wait than send them insecurely.—
Will you enclose Jos’ letter to Mrss Hine & Robinson.
Will you post mine to Mrs Hine & Robinson on same day that the parcel is despatched by Railway.
And lastly be so kind as to send 〈 〉 on same day 〈 〉.—
I am really sorry to give you so much trouble, but the deeds are important & this is the only means to ascertain that they arrive safely at Mrs. Hine & Co.—
Believe me, dear Frank, with kind remembrances to Fanny2 〈 〉3
Instructs FW to send off a bundle of deeds which he holds for their trust.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 1034,” accessed on 8 December 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-1034