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From W. R. Browne| 21 December 1880

38 Belgrave Road | SW

Dec 21 80

Dear Sir,

I regret to learn that your health will in any case prevent your attending the proposed Conference at Lambeth: but to prevent your having any misconception as to its objects, I venture to enclose a proof of the Proceeding as at present sketched out. I know the Abp is anxious to obtain expressions of opinion, even from those who do not see the desirability of holding such a meeting; & that he wd particularly value such an expression from you. I am sure therefore he wd be obliged if, in returning the paper, you could kindly make any remarks either on particular points, or on the subject in general.

Yours truly | Walter R Browne

Chas Darwin Esq FRS


Regrets CD is unable to attend proposed conference [see 12918]. Would like his opinion on why it is not desirable.

Letter details

Letter no.
Browne, W. R.
Darwin, C. R.
Sent from
London, Belgrave Rd, 38
Source of text
DAR 202: 12
Physical description

Please cite as

Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 12930,” accessed on 27 October 2016,