Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 227
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if they will only stand the climate will be of the greatest value for this purpose, but they will be very [indecipherable] also to Hooker & others for as I think I told you they have lost the plant in England.
My many many thanks also for the further envoi of plants forwarded. You may depend upon my doing my best for you in return, more particularly in the matter of Orchids. I shall renew my negotiations with the Darjeeling Collector on my return to London.
You are very fortunate in the weather. We found the Country about Melbourne