From George Henslow 12 March 1866
10 South Crescent | Bedford Sq | W.C.
My dear Sir,
I beg to thank you very much for your kind offer of a bed, which I shall be very thankful to accept, that I may not be compelled to run away so soon: & I am, indeed, rejoiced to hear you are so much better. I must thank you also for your valuable suggestions & references as to papers on Hybridism.—1
I am busy just now with a course of lectures (4) at Royal Institution, I enclose a Syllabus.—2
If Easter Monday would be convenient to you; (April 2) I shall be very happy to come & see you on that day.—3
Yours very truly | G Henslow.
Very many thanks for the copy of the tendril paper.—4
Thanks for references for his Naudin–hybridism paper [see 5029].
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 5033,” accessed on 29 July 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-5033