To Edward La Trobe Bateman   June 1855

[June 1855]1

My dear Mr Bateman

It is a source of regret to me to be deprived of the pleasure of seeing you on my humble place,2 as I am urged by business to get to town. I have to thank you for the trouble which you have given you, in order to promote my views, and I am also deeply obliged both to Mrs Cobham and Mrs M'Crae. I shall write from Sydney and state about my proceedings, and I assure you, that I never shall forget the kindness of my friends

yours very truly

Ferd Mueller.

 

Mr Bateman.

editorial addition. M went to Sydney at the beginning of July 1855 before the North Australian Exploring Expedition, visiting Melbourne again briefly in January 1857 before returning to Sydney to pack up specimens to send to Kew.
See M to E. Bateman, June 1855 (first letter).

Please cite as “FVM-55-06-00a,” in Ɛpsilon: The Ferdinand von Mueller Collection accessed on 20 September 2021, https://epsilon.ac.uk/view/vonmueller/letters/55-06-00a