Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 306
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to the plan you suggest, in shallow boxes, well ventilated. Green tells me that by this post he sends you further lists with numbers attached of the two lots already forwarded by him. I have desired him to make known at once his terms to you, so that there may be no misunderstanding. He is a very modest & honest man, so I dare say or I should say I put some trust you will not think him exorbitant.
Thank you for the duplicate of the list of plants sent to Kew. I have not seen him for a long time or yet Henry Veitch. I have been to Jedburd [Jedburgh ?] & on various visits.