Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 246
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specimens [indecipherable] known to us but the opinion of Mr. Ley, who [indecipherable] the condition of the plants before us. I do trust that they will reach you in good order. I have held out all kinds of promises to Ley of future dealings if you are satisfied with this envoi.
I have not seen or heard of Veitch since I last wrote to you. He has [indecipherable] as