From W. D. Fox [before 26 October 1865]1
〈two pages missing〉 with you then.
I took my 2d Boy Charles to Oxford last week. I sho〈uld〉 much h〈a〉ve preferred Cambridge—but a〈s〉 he was fortunate enough to g〈a〉in a Studentship at Ch〈rist〉 〈Chur〉ch2 I had no 〈 〉 〈half a page missing〉 〈 〉 think of you, my p〈 〉 〈 〉, with your sad health, while I 〈ha〉ve a perfectly enjoyabl〈e〉 life— tho my lungs are rather 〈r〉otten
I met a splen〈di〉d man for a couple of d〈ay〉s l〈ast〉 week
His second son [C. W. Fox] has a studentship at Christ Church, Oxford.
[Isolated fragments only.]
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 4903,” accessed on 3 December 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-4903