|Letter from Horace Darwin, The Orchard, Huntington Road, Cambridge, to Charles Vernon Boys
|8 May 1890
|The circuit is unlike anything they have seen before and Darwin invites Boys to visit to in order to haggle over terms for supply. Darwin claims that Boys will find him 'a feebler kind of idiot than usual'.
With calculations and sketches verso.
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|Darwin; Sir; Horace (1851 - 1928)
|1851 - 1928