winter- however he is now as well as a man of 84 years can expect to be. I handed over the fossil specimens you gave me for him, & no doubt by this time they are in the hands of a man who can make gooduse of them. No doubt that same man will let you have his opinion on them.I got home in time for a second spring. I was over at Loch Lomond today- & under the influence of a fine mild sunny day, all my affection for Scotland took a new lease of life. I hope it won't be
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