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Darwin Correspondence Project

DCP-LETT-5126

From George Henslow   19 June 1866

10 South Crescent | Bedford Sq: | W.C.

June 19/66

My dear Mr. Darwin,

Very many thanks for yr kind letter; I have altered my paper accordingly somewhat materially.—1

Again, thanks for the books so kindly lent.2 I have taken them to yr Brothers, 6. Queen Anne St—with your address upon them.3 & moreover told the footman they were for you.—

Hoping yr health is improving, believe me | Dr. Mr Darwin | Yrs very truly | Geo. Henslow

Footnotes

1
In his letter to Henslow of 15 [June 1866], CD had replied to Henslow’s questions on reversion. Henslow also refers to Henslow 1866b, the proof-sheets of which he had sent to CD for comment (see letter from George Henslow, 11 June [1866]).
2
CD had lent Henslow books on hybridism (see letter from George Henslow, 18 May 1866 and n. 2).
3
CD requested that Henslow return his books to his brother, Erasmus Alvey Darwin, who lived at 6 Queen Anne Street, London (see letter to George Henslow, 12 June [1866]).

Summary

Has altered paper according to CD’s comments.

Returns books.

Letter details

Letter no.
DCP-LETT-5126
From
Henslow, George
To
Darwin, C. R.
Sent from
London, South Crescent, 10
Source of text
DAR 166: 162
Physical description
2pp

Please cite as

Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 5126,” accessed on 29 September 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-5126

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