Reference numberMS/787/1/43
TitleLetter from H[enry] B[rougham] Guppy, 17 Woodlane, Falmouth, to [Henry Bowman Brady]
Date25 February 1887
DescriptionThanks Brady for information he had given Guppy, which was just what he required to finish his notes. Confirms that he will be careful to remark that 'the "depths" are provisional determinations.' Asks Brady to consider the Solomon Island specimens independently from him, and hopes that at some future time he will be able to read an account of Brady's on them. Believes this will be of the highest interest to geologists. Would be more than pleased to think that his collections yielded such rich results. Asks Brady not to interrupt his work for him, as he is already much indebted to Brady.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8323Guppy; Henry Brougham (1854 - 1926)1854 - 1926
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