To ? [15 or 22 October 1848]1
My dear Sir
I write a single line to say that your note & enclosure have forwarded to me, here. & that I have written to Mr Landsborough2 today to tell him the dried specimen was just what I wanted if he could procure me some more in spirits. I have been & am very unwell, so will write no more, except to thank you much for all your kindness.
Believe me | Yours very truly & obliged | C. Darwin
Thanks for note and enclosure. Has written to [David?] Landsborough to say dried specimen was just what he wanted. Would like some more in spirits.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 1204,” accessed on 27 July 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-1204