To James Crichton-Browne 31 January 1
My dear Sir
I am very sorry to trouble you again, but I should be very much obliged if you could soon return to me Duchenne, with, I hope, some notes, as your former notes were of such extreme interest to me.2 Please address parcel “Ch. Darwin, Esq., Orpington Station, Kent, Per S.E. Railway”.
Yours very faithfully | Ch. Darwin
P.S. If not asking too much trouble, will you let me have a line that I may know when parcel is sent off.
Asks JC-B to return copy of Duchenne [Mécanisme de la physionomie humaine (1862)] and sends some notes "as your former notes were of such extreme interest to me".