From Edward Wilson 14 October 1868
Hayes | Bromley, Kent.
14 oct 1868
My dear Mr Darwin
By the last Australian mail I received another budget of black fellows “emotions”, which I now enclose to you.1 The purport of them seems to be that the manifestations of emotions are usually spontaneous & to a great extent uniform in spite of the vigorous shrugs of our friend the Frenchman
I am glad you were pleased with those last sent. My relatives address is Dyson Lacy Esq
〈 〉 writes that he has read your last book with the greatest pleasure & profit.3 Let your labours be cheered therefore with the reflection that your teaching soon reaches, & influences, even distant Aramac
I still hope for further observations on your queries from South Australia to which they were sent under good auspices but there seems to have been a little delay
With kind regards to Mrs Darwin & yr family I am Dear Sir | Yours very truly | Edw Wilson
Encloses further replies from Australia to CD’s queries on expression. Wilson’s letter to CD enclosed the letter from Smyth with its enclosures (see S6314).
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 6419,” accessed on 24 January 2017, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-6419