Sent by John Tyndall, [none given] to Alfred Russel Wallace, [9 St Mark's Crescent, Regent's Park, NW] on 9 February 1867.
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Reply to [note] 9th Feb 1867
My dear Wallace.
Could you & I work together at this question? Can the assessments & observations to which you refer be made by us two without the introduction of a third party?
Yours very truly | John Tyndall1 [signature]
1. John Tyndall (1820-1893). Physicist and mountaineer. He was Superintendent of the Royal Institution from the retirement of Michael Faraday in 1867 to his own retirement in 1887. He was also a member of Thomas Henry Huxley’s X Club founded in 1864.
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