RECORD: Richter, Carolus (Karl). 1882.04.23. Telegram to the Darwin family. CUL-DAR215.10s. Edited by John van Wyhe (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)

REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Christine Chua and edited by John van Wyhe 11.2021. RN1

NOTE: Reproduced with permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library and William Huxley Darwin.

Karl Richter (1855-1891). Austrian botanist.

Darwin cited Richter in Movement in plants, p. 552, footnote: "Dr. Karl Richter, who has especially attended to this subject ('K. Akad. der Wissenschaften in Wien,' 1879, p. 149), states that apheliotropism does not aid radicles in penetrating the ground."


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POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS

Handed in at the Hohenmauth 22-6.45pm 8.5pm

Received here at 8.54 a.m.

Dated Stamp of Delivering Office 23-4-82

From Carolus Richter Faber Civic [Amanuensis]

To Familia Darwin Orpington

Clarissima sil geneo Darvino Pietas mea aeterna mortuus esl sed non adortuus generations future

[Francis Darwin:] Answered

[RBL (Richard Buckley Litchfield]

Hohenmauth is a small place in Bohemia close to its Eastern border of Altemauth, I don't see on the map


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