To John Tyndall 20 October 1868
Down. | Bromley. | Kent. S.E.
Oct. 20 1868
My dear Tyndall
The Asa Grays & Hookers are coming here on Saturday next, & it would give us all very great pleasure if you cd spare the time to come to us on that day & stay the Sunday with us.1
We dine at 7.30—& your best route will be by S.E. Railway from Charing Cross to Orpington Station, which is 4 miles from this house. Very many thanks for your note about Hinrichs whose papers I sent to you.2
I am sure you will excuse me in taking the privileges of an invalid & often leaving my guests.
My dear Tyndall | yours very sincerely. | Charles Darwin
P.S. You wd find 4.18. or 5.8. from Charing Cross convenient trains & if you will let me know which I will send a fly from here—
If you come to Bromley (6 miles off) flys are plentiful
Invites JT to come to Down with the Asa Grays and Hookers.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 6424,” accessed on 27 October 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-6424