Letter signed : Down, Bromley, Kent, to Charles Kingsley, [1867] Dec. 13.

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Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882. Letter signed : Down, Bromley, Kent, to Charles Kingsley, [1867] Dec. 13.

Letter signed : Down, Bromley, Kent, to Charles Kingsley, [1867] Dec. 13.

Concerning the reception of his ideas at Cambridge, predicting that "views closely akin to those which I have advocated will ultimately be universally admitted," dismissing a recently published critique "The Darwinian theory of the transmutation of species examined by a graduate of the University of Cambridge," mentioning Lyell, and saying the forthcoming publication of his work "Variation of animals and plants under domestication" is being delayed by the preparation of an index.

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