To John Tyndall 24 July 1
2. Hesketh Crescent | Torquay
My dear Tyndall
I write a single line to say that it was not of the least consequence your retaining the letter for as long as you liked.— I shall be most happy at any time to send you the letters again, if you like to publish any passages.—2
We are all here idling for health-sake & enjoying the beautiful scenery & sea air—
By the way the other day at dinner we were all sticking bits of ice together by their points, marvelling at the phenomenon & talking of you—3
Yours most sincerely | Ch. Darwin
Has been idling and enjoying the scenery.
"At dinner we were all sticking bits of ice together by their points, marvelling at the phenomenon and talking of you."
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 3217,” accessed on 28 October 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-3217