From Alfred Russel Wallace 14 January 1
5, Westbourne Grove Terrace, W.
My dear Mr. Darwin
I am very sorry indeed to hear you are still in weak health.2 Have you ever tried mountain air. A residence at 2000 or 3000 ft. elevation is very invigorating.
I trust your family are now all in good health, & that you may be spared any anxiety on that score for some time—3 If you come to Town I shall hope to have the pleasure of seeing you—
I am now in much better health but find sudden changes of weather affect me very much bringing on ague & fever fits—4 I am now working a little but having fresh collections still arriving from Correspondents in the E. it is principally the drudgery of cleaning packing & arrangement.5
On the opposite page I give all the information I can about the Timor fossils so that you can send it entire to Dr. Falconer.6
With best wishes for the speedy recovery of your health | I remain | My dear Mr. Darwin | Yours very faithfully | Alfred R. Wallace
Charles Darwin Esq.
Is sending information about Timor fossils to be forwarded to Hugh Falconer.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 3915,” accessed on 26 October 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-3915