From Hermann Kindt 24 November 1865
24. Nov. 1865.
I am obliged for your so kindly sending the three letters of Dr. Darwin, two of which I have already returned to Miss Meteyard.1 I have kept the one relating to the French gentleman, which seemed to me the most interesting of the three.2 A long and interesting letter of Mr. Wedgwood (Josiah) appeared in the II. volume of our publication, and I beg, therefore, to thank you for your kind intention.3 I am glad you like the reproduction of your own handwriting and only regret the two misprints.4 I do not correct the proofs on account of the great distance, etc.5
With best wishes for your health, believe me to remain, | ever your’s faithfully | Hermann Kindt
Charles Darwin, M.A. Esq.
Thanks for the three Erasmus Darwin letters. Two have been returned to Eliza Meteyard. HK has kept the one about the French gentleman for publication [Autographic Mirror 4 (1866) no. 70].
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 4941,” accessed on 17 January 2017, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-4941