To R. F. Cooke 23 [February 1869]1
6. Queen Anne St
Tuesday 23d. night.
My dear Sir
After much hesitation I will fix for 1000 copies, though I fear that it is foolish.—2
With respect to price I will leave it your kind decision what is best: I have paid for woodcuts & translation 20£.— Nevertheless I shd think that 6s ought to be the utmost price.—3
I enclose list of (7) copies for Reviews, & (12) for presentation to friends, most of which I will forward as they have to go abroad.— Kindly inform me by letter when the 8 copies are sent to Down.—
Dear Sir | Yours very faithfully | Ch. Darwin
Fritz Muller for Reviews.
(1) Scientific Opinion
(3) Quarterly Journal of Science
(4) Popular Science Review
(5) Annals & Mag. of Natural History
(6) Intellectual observer
(7) Geological Magazine
8 copies to be sent to C. Darwin care of Down Postman, Bromley, Kent Per. Rail (Kindly inform me when sent by Rail.)
3 copies to W. D. Dallas Esq.4 Geological Soc. Somerset House
1 Copy to “C. Spence Bate Esqre.5 8, Mulgrave Terrace Plymouth.” marking “From Author.— ” (Making 12 copies)
Agrees to printing 1000 copies of Fritz Müller’s Facts and arguments for Darwin though he fears it is foolish. Lists seven publications for review copies.
- Letter no.
- Darwin, C. R.
- Cooke, R. F.
- Sent from
- London, Queen Anne St, 6
- Source of text
- National Library of Scotland (John Murray archive) (Ms. 42152 ff. 194–197)
- Physical description
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 6628,” accessed on 5 December 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-6628