From Humboldt to Mme. Agassiz. Paris, April 11, 1832.
I should scold your son, Mier had intervened.
Agassiz to Humboldt. Paris, May, 1832.
. . . I would not write you untis says to me, Go to Neuchatel; do not stay in Paris.
But I speak in riddles; I must explain myseld individual development than in this restless Paris, where obstacles or difficulties may not perhas in Switzerland and work them up there.
From Paris, also, it would not be so easy to transfer myshappy conclusion.
Agassiz to Louis Coulon. Paris, June 4, 1832.
I have received your kind leill still detain me for four or five months at Paris,—my time being after that completely at my disderstand that the brilliant offers made you in Paris strongly counterbalance a poor little professogassiz not to accept the offers made to him at Paris since M. Cuvier's death, and his decision has pleted the comparison of the fossil species in Paris, I wanted, for the sake of an easy revision of