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Sent by:
Charles Cardale Babington
Sent to:
Alfred Russel Wallace
On:
8 October 1867

Sent by Charles Cardale Babington, Cambridge to Alfred Russel Wallace [none given] on 8 October 1867.

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30 November 2011 by Mayer, Anna

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LETTER (WCP2095.1985)

A typical letter handwritten by author in English and signed by author.

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British Library, The
Finding number:
BL Add. 46435 ff. 52-53
Copyright owner:
Copyright of the Charles Cardale Babington Literary Estate.

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[[1]]1

Cambridge

8 Oct[ober]. 1867

Dear Sir,

I have now looked again at your Euphrasia and think that it may be the Jaubertiana. I hope that you have succeeded in finding more of it, as a single specimen, and such a small one, is not quite enough to determine the plant, and far from [[2]]2 enough to authorise its record ever as a naturalized plant.

I shall be glad to hear if you have again found it and am truly yours | Charles C. Babington [signature]

I am no longer at St Johns Coll[ege] so please to omit that and say Cambridge.

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1. "52" is written in the upper right hand corner.

2. "53" is written in the upper right hand corner.

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