From Leonard Jenyns 22 January 1
Darlington Place | Bath
Jan. 22. 1861.
My dear Darwin,
With this I send the proof-sheet containing the notice you were kind enough to contribute to my memoir of Henslow.1 You expressed a wish to see it.— I have not sent your MS, as I myself have compared it with that, & found it correct;—but if you wish to make any alteration or addition you can now do so.—2 Perhaps you will be good enough to return the sheet the same day you receive it, if possible,—either to myself or the printers;—to myself if much altered,—but otherwise to the printers direct, whose address I have given on the other side.—
Very sincerely your’s | L. Jenyns.
P.S. Your contribution begins at p. 51.—
“Messrs Woodfall & Kinder
Sends proof-sheets of CD’s contribution to LJ’s Memoir of Henslow.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 3406,” accessed on 12 February 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-3406