Sent by Thomas Spencer Baynes, Encyclopedia Britannica, 19 Queen Street, St Andrews to Alfred Russel Wallace, [Rose Hill, Dorking] on 8 March 1877.
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Transcriber: Benny, Ruth
Transcription date: November 7, 2014
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19 Queen Street
I am glad to hear you are willing to deal with Distribution on the animal side. A general [1 word illeg.] will be sufficient as most of the details will be given in other & more special articles. Mr Bentham will I think undertake the regrettable side & he is I suppose one of the highest authorities on the subject.
[] What space do you think would be required for your own section of the subject? If you could [1 word illeg.] prepare it I should be glad to have the article with two months from this date.
Very truly yours | Ths. S. Baynes [signature]
Alfred R. Wallace Esq.
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