# To W. R. Grove   [26 April 1866]1

[6 Queen Anne Street, London]

Dear Grove

I am sorry to say that I am so tired this evening that I could talk to no one, though I am sure I am very much obliged to you for offering to come.

I have a half-sort of engagement to go, if able, to Kew on Sunday afternoon.2 Would you excuse me proposing to call on you for half an hour on Sunday morning at 10 or 10$\frac{1}{2}$ or 11.—

To save you trouble, of writing I will say, if I do not hear to contrary that I will call about 10; but of course if you are tired or have other engagement put me off without least scruple3

Yours very sincerely | Ch. Darwin

## Footnotes

The date is established by the relationship between this letter and the letter from W. R. Grove, 26 April 1866.
See letter to J. D. Hooker, [28 April 1866].
CD called on Grove on 29 April 1866 (letter from Emma Darwin to H. E. Darwin, 30 April [1866] (DAR 219.9: 42)).

## Summary

Makes arrangements to call.

## Letter details

Letter no.
DCP-LETT-5069
From
Charles Robert Darwin
To
William Robert Grove
Sent from
unstated
Source of text
Royal Institution of Great Britain (RI MS GR/1a/99)
Physical description
3pp