Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 307
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The only things that strike me in your list as de [indecipherable] are Morea Robinsoni [Robinsoniana], which here sends up off sets without and a Eupomatia Laurina of which they have large blossoming plants at Kew. I will ask Hooker to send you a list of the Australian Plants they want. They appear to me to be almost out of the Australian Proteaceaes.
Thanks my dear friend for the mass of Dendrobium Bigibbum.
Touching on other things, I can afford very well to wait.
I am my dear Macarthur
Yr. very affectly,
My brother James and all his party are quite well. I have just returned from a visit there.