[Letter, John Burdon-Sanderson to Charles R. Darwin, April 30, [1875] Page 1]

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Description: J. Burdon-Sanderson, 49 Queen Anne Street [London] to Charles Darwin. Playfair has agreed to introduce the Bill and will try to get Cardwell to adopt it; Sanderson thinks there is hope of a compromise with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. A.L.S. 1 p.

Transcript: 49 Queen Anne Street Friday April 30 Dear Mr Darwin, The day before yesterday Dr L. Playfair called upon me. He entirely approves of the Bill & is quite prepared to introduce it, in case that should seem to be the best course. Yesterday he was to see Ld Cardwell and to show it to him.

Creator: Burdon-Sanderson, J. (John), Sir, 1828-1905

Date Created: [1875]-04-30

Source: Original Format: University of British Columbia Library. Woodward Biomedical Library. Charles Woodward Memorial Room. The Darwin-Burdon-Sanderson Letters.

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