To Redmond Barry   14 May 1855

Melbourne, bot. Gardens

14. May 1855.


I do myself the honor to inform you in reply to your request1 of being furnished with plants for the library-garden, that Mr Dallachi thinks to have a sufficient number to spare for the whole areal.2 On account of pressure on our time a list of what might be supplied has not yet been drawn up, but if the ground to be laid under cultivation were in the meanwhile prepared, it will be in due time attended to your further demands, and Mr Dallachi will then inspect the ground to see what may be requisite for selection.

I have the honor to be


your most obed.

Ferd. Mueller.


His Honor Judge Barry

&c &c &c

Letter not found.

Please cite as “FVM-55-05-14,” in Ɛpsilon: The Ferdinand von Mueller Collection accessed on 21 September 2021,