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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich (Ferdinand) von Mueller
Date:
8 Dec [1857]
Source of text:
DAR 92: A31–2
Summary:

Asks whether British or north European perennial plants can, under cultivation, withstand the climate of S. Australia.

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From:
Charles Robert Darwin
To:
Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich (Ferdinand) von Mueller
Date:
28 Feb [1867]
Source of text:
DAR 92: A33–5
Summary:

Sends his [MS] questionnaire on expression and asks FvM’s help in obtaining answers based on observations of aborigines living in the interior of Australia.

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From:
Friedrich August Hagenauer
To:
Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich (Ferdinand) von Mueller
Date:
[12 Sept 1867]
Source of text:
DAR 166: 80
Summary:

Replies to CD’s queries about expression.

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From:
Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich (Ferdinand) von Mueller
To:
Charles Robert Darwin
Date:
8 Oct 1867
Source of text:
DAR 181: 11
Summary:

Forwards answers from Charles Walter to some of CD’s queries about expression.

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From:
Samuel Wilson
To:
Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich (Ferdinand) von Mueller
Date:
12 Nov 1867
Source of text:
DAR 181: 129
Summary:

Sends some answers [missing] to CD’s queries on expression.

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From:
Ferdinand Jakob Heinrich (Ferdinand) von Mueller
To:
Charles Robert Darwin
Date:
16 June 1874
Source of text:
DAR 171: 283
Summary:

Wants information from CD for a revision of the supplement of his work on timber trees and other industrial plants [Proc. Zool. & Acclim. Soc. Victoria 3 (1874): 47–95].

Reports the ruin of his department thanks to two papers by Edward Wilson, McKinnon, and Sparrow.

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