To J. D. Hooker [4 December 1844]
My dear Hooker
If I do not hear to the contrary my phaeton shall be at Sydenham, ready to return by the Train, which leaves both the Bricklayers Arms & London Bridge at 2o ’ 20’. Since I wrote there has been a change in the trains, & no train leaves the Bricklayers Arms at 3o ’ 20’.; so that if you chance to be too late for the 2o . 20’ at the B. Arms you must go to London Bridge for the 3o ’ 20’.
Ever yours | C. Darwin
Change in train times.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 797,” accessed on 23 October 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-797