# From Briton Riviere   22 November 1872

Nov 22/72

My dear Sir

You must have thought me very remiss for not writing to thank you for your kindness in sending me your book, but I have only just returned home after a nearly six months absence & from some mistake the book was never forwarded to me.1

Please accept my best thanks for it now & believe me Dear Sir | Yours very truly | Briton Riviere

Charles Darwin Esq

## Footnotes

Riviere’s name appears on CD’s presentation list for Expression (Appendix V); Riviere had made two of the illustrations (see Correspondence vol. 19, and this volume).

## Bibliography

Correspondence: The correspondence of Charles Darwin. Edited by Frederick Burkhardt et al. 27 vols to date. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1985–.

Expression: The expression of the emotions in man and animals. By Charles Darwin. London: John Murray. 1872.

## Summary

Thanks for Expression.

## Letter details

Letter no.
DCP-LETT-8641
From
Briton Riviere
To
Charles Robert Darwin
Sent from
Kensington
Source of text
DAR 176: 182
Physical description
3pp