Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 016

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least the flower is also common to Illawarra & Norfolk Island, so it ought not to cause much surprise.  The other plant we could not decide upon, but in my opinion it is not [indecipherable] at all but a Guarea.  Now to official matters.  I was in the Chair at the Special Meeting on Thursday were present, Smith, King, Want, March Barker & one or two of them whose names I do recollect.  Arranged that we should apply at once to the Gr. of Museum for possession (which has never been given

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