RECORD: Wedgwood, K. G. S. 1889.07.14. [Recollections of Darwin.] CUL-DAR112.A115-A116 (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)
REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker 8.2008. RN1
NOTE: Letter on 1 leaf, 4 pages.
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[Archival number, upper right] 115
[in another handwriting] K G S Wedgwood
July 14th/ 89
My dear Frank
Bessy will like to have one or two of the originals of Uncle Charles' letters, & I said that you would kindly send us the copies instead. I am sending her
Nos. 3, 18, 20, 21, so may I have those copies? I hope she will like those we send.
I don't know whether you have any thoughts of ever publishing extracts from the letters in any future edition of the Life, but I hope I may
[Archival number, upper right] 116
feel sure that it would be nothing personal or private between Uncle Charles & my mother. I hope you will not feel my saying this, impertinent or interfering. Mt mother always felt so very strongly against publishing letters, that I do feel most responsible about
any of hers that have come, like these, under my care.
Bessy has been with us. I have heard from her from Down this morning. I am so sorry not to hear a better acct of Henrietta.
Please give my love to Ellen. It must be very amusing to have two cousins so near Frances' age, to compare progress.
K. C. S. Wedgwood
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