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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[13 or 20] Nov 1843
Source of text:
DAR 114: 1
Summary:

Congratulations on JDH’s safe return.

Henslow has sent CD’s S. American plants to JDH for examination.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
22 November 1843
Source of text:
Cambridge University Library MS Add. 9537/2/1
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
1 December 1843
Source of text:
Harvard University, Gray Herbarium Jane Loring Gray Correspondence
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
10 December 1843
Source of text:
Cambridge University Library MS Add. 9537/2/2
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[12 Dec 1843]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 2
Summary:

Thanks JDH for short sketch of botanical geography of Southern Hemisphere. Comments on his own S. American collections and observations; notes other Galapagos collections.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[11 Jan 1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 3
Summary:

Queries on ratios of species to genera on southern islands. CD’s observations on distribution of Galapagos organisms, and on S. American fossils, and facts he has gathered since, lead him to conclusion that species are not immutable; "it is like confessing a murder".

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
22 [Jan 1844 - Mar 1882]
Source of text:
Sotheby’s (dealers) (14 & 28 May 1983)
Summary:

Discusses books returned

and invites him to Down for a few days.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[27 Jan 1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 4
Summary:

C. G. Ehrenberg would like some earth from Galapagos, Tierra del Fuego, and the Falklands; wishes to hunt for Infusoria.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[3–17 Feb 1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 5
Summary:

Thanks for information for Ehrenberg.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
23 Feb [1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 6
Summary:

Has just completed Volcanic islands.

Sends queries on Galapagos flora in particular and island floras in general; also on relationship of wide-ranging species to wide-ranging genera.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[6 Mar 1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 7
Summary:

Affinity of Galapagos with nearest Pacific islands. Relationship between ranges of species in time and space. Comparison of Malden Island and Galapagos plants. Affinities of Oceania plants with continental floras.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
11 Mar [1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 8
Summary:

Advice to JDH on problems of printing and publishing.

Remarks on differences of species between islets of Galapagos group.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
16 Mar [1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 9
Summary:

Asks JDH to forward publishing information to J. E. Gray.

Has received JDH’s infusorial specimens for Ehrenberg.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
31 Mar [1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 10
Summary:

Thanks for JDH’s interesting details about the Galapagos.

Clarification of CD’s query about the relationship between the range of a genus and the ranges of its constituent species.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
[17 Apr 1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 18
Summary:

Thanks for information on printing charges

and for clarifying "typical forms".

In a few days CD will go away for six weeks.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
18 April 1844
Source of text:
Cambridge University Library MS Add. 9537/2/3
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
22 April 1844
Source of text:
Cambridge University Library MS Add. 9537/2/4
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
27 April 1844
Source of text:
Cambridge University Library MS Add. 9537/2/5
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
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From:
J. S. Henslow
To:
J. D. Hooker
Date:
28 April 1844
Source of text:
Cambridge University Library MS Add. 9537/2/6
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
Henslow Correspondence Project
From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Joseph Dalton Hooker
Date:
1 June [1844]
Source of text:
DAR 114: 11
Summary:

Asks if J. E. Gray has returned [printing] estimates for Zoology.

Henslow has some Galapagos plants which he forgot to forward to JDH.

Contributor:
Darwin Correspondence Project
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