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From John Tyndall   10 April 1873

Royal Institution of Great Britain

10th April 1873

My dear Darwin.

I have got £100 with a sweet good letter from Armstrong—1 He desires me to call upon him again if more be needed.

We shall, however, have quite sufficient for our purpose. I was also sure of Farrer,2 and he has justified my confidence in him.

Ever heartily yours | John Tyndall


See letter from John Tyndall, 9 April [1873]. The reference is to William George Armstrong. The money was for Thomas Henry Huxley (see letter to J. D. Hooker, [6 April 1873] and n. 2).
Thomas Henry Farrer.


W. G. Armstrong and T. H. Farrer have both contributed [to the Huxley fund].

Letter details

Letter no.
John Tyndall
Charles Robert Darwin
Sent from
Royal Institution
Source of text
DAR 106: C12
Physical description

Please cite as

Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 8855,” accessed on 19 September 2021,

Also published in The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, vol. 21