Darwin, Charles

Charles Darwin an Ernst Haeckel, Down, 21. November [1864]

DOWN. | BROMLEY. | KENT. S. E. | Nov. 21st

Dear Sir

I write merely two or three lines to say how pleased I am that you would like to have my Book on the Balanidæ , which I despatched about a fortnight since by Messrs Williams & Norgate. I thank you for your most kind letter of Oct. 26th, with || its most interesting news on the opinions of Leuckart, Schultze, Braun & on the expected work of Gegenbaur. I am glad to hear that you are making progress with your own general work. –

Fritz Müller sent me his book, but he writes such difficult Germana that I can hardly read a word of it; but I have employed a person to translate it for me.

I thank you very sincerely for your paper on Medusae & your Speech on the modification of Species; I have not yet had time & strength to read either, but assuredly I will before very long. –

With cordial good wishes

My dear Sir

Yours sincerely

Ch. Darwin

a eingef.: German

 

Briefdaten

Verfasser
Empfänger
Datierung
21.11.1864
Entstehungsort
Entstehungsland
Besitzende Institution
EHA Jena
Signatur
EHA Jena, A 9859
ID
9859