To William Thiselton-Dyer   4 August 1890

4/8/901

 

Within the last days, dear Mr Dyer, I received a large number of spare-specimens of Austr. Algs from Mr Bracebr. Wilson, which I have sorted into sets. The largest set I have this day despatched by post to Kew. As it is a valuable sending, containing many kinds, not found by Harvey, I like to have a record in my Office that this contribution has duely arrived in Kew.

Regardfully your

Ferd. von Mueller

 

Mr Wilson left it entirely at my option how to dispose of this valuable algologic material. I hope soon to send you several of the Decades of Salsolaceae.2

 

Salsolaceae

Date stamped Royal Gardens Kew 10. Sep. 90. Annotated in red ink: Ackd 11.9.80 (error for '90'? letter not found) and in pencil WBH (i.e. William Botting Hemsley).
B90.13.14.

Please cite as “FVM-90-08-04a,” in Ɛpsilon: The Ferdinand von Mueller Collection accessed on 20 September 2021, https://epsilon.ac.uk/view/vonmueller/letters/90-08-04a