Letter received by Banks from Alexander Anderson, 23 January 1793 (Series 56.03) - No. 0002

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He is very anxious of returning to England & every exertion will be used for that purpose -

I did not expect him for 2 months and from the long run of dry weather here a number of plants have died in the pots.  I can muster about 300.

I have the honor to be with all possible respect
your ever dutifull
most Humble and most obedient 
Alexander Anderson

Sir Joseph Banks Bart
&c &c &c

The attachment of poor Bligh to his King and Country has sustained a great shock from the last intelligence here from England. 

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