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  • Correspondence of Charles Darwin on James Torbitt's project to breed blight-resistant potatoes 

    DEARCE, MIGUEL (Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
    The most prolific of Darwin?s correspondents from Ireland was James Torbitt, an enterprising grocer and wine merchant of 58 North Street, Belfast. Between February 1876 and March 1882, 141 letters were exchanged on the ...
  • Darwin's Irish correspondence 

    DEARCE, MIGUEL (Royal Irish Academy, 2008)
    Searches of Darwin?s correspondence show that some 160 letters crossed between him and naturalists and others with an Irish address. While few in number, compared to Darwin?s 14,000 other known letters, some of this ...