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Is concerned about Steuart Wilson; Wilson's father would like details of his son's Cambridge musical career: 'It may be wanted [for an obituary].'
Steuart Wilson is apparently a little better; 'This house is full of memories of your friend Lady Alwyne Compton'; Atkins has established a separate music library in the cathedral; an advance copy of The Ages of Man has reached him
Is not enjoying her stay, her host is 'motor-mad'; Dent's Italian walks have refreshed her, and conjured memories; recommends a visit to Dinkelsbuhl
Steuart is 'well and cheerful'; Hugh does not know when he will go abroad
A dinner party on Monday, Eddie Marsh and the Heseltines will be there, postcard
Hugh [his brother?] has been killed
Gravel about Southampton of an odd mixture of sub-angular flints & well rounded pebbles from some tert[iary] form[ation] / [with geological section diagram], 1874-08-20
Note; by Emma Darwin née Wedgwood pp-and Charles Robert Darwin; written at Southampton
On a new method of observing the sun's altitude at sea.
Letter from (Lea & Perrins) to Sir Horace Darwin; written at Worcester
Letter from R G Whiteman to Sir Francis Darwin; written at Worcester
Letter from Robert Hugh Blair to Charles Robert Darwin; written at Worcester
168 folios. The papers were made in preparation for Robert Willis's Architectural history of the cathedral and monastery at Worcester and his Crypt and chapter house of Worcester cathedral (both 1863).
Printed; by (Phillips & Probert); written at Worcester
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