July 25 1874
My dear Hooker,
It is grand about Nepenthes. You are heartily welcome to notice in any way all or any of my published or unpublished results, though I cannot remember anything published. I will give an abstract, as for as memory time or rather strength lends of my chief results. But I do not know what you exactly want. I have a fair copy by copyist of my observations on Dionaea which I lent Burdon Sanderson: & which you could see, but I do not suppose you would want it. — I will give my results higglety – pigglety.