From T. H. Huxley 20 July 1868
July 20th | 1868
My dear Darwin
Kühne, Professor of Physiology,1 (and a monstrous clever fellow) has just been to see me, and he wants to know whether there is any possibility of his paying his devotions at the Shrine of Dr. Darwin.
I have told him that that great Saint though always kind to worshippers is not always in a condition to be worshipped— In fact that the best incense occasionally gives him a sick headache
However I promised to make inquiries & let Kühne know
Tell me what I shall say, if you do not care to see him— If you do his address is 37 Baker St,—unless you prefer to retain me as medium
T H Huxley
Prof. Kühne would like to visit CD.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 6283,” accessed on 27 August 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-6283