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To William Thompson   18 February [1846?]

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Thanks for note on Atlantic dust.

Suggested in private to Edward Forbes that bird migration might follow lines of now sunken land.

Has admired WT’s work for years.

Will some day publish on variation.

Author:  Charles Robert Darwin
Addressee:  William Thompson
Date:  18 Feb [1846?]
Classmark:  Ulster Museum, Belfast
Letter no:  DCP-LETT-954
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Montevideo, Uruguay

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The Voyage of the Beagle

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Conrad Martens

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Conrad Martens was born in London, the son of an Austrian diplomat. He studied landscape painting under the watercolourist Copley Fielding (1789–1855), who also briefly taught Ruskin. In 1833 he was on board the Hyacinth, headed for India, but en route in…

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Robert FitzRoy

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