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LYSONS, Daniel (1762-1834). Topographer.
Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent, 2 closely written pages 4to on black-edged paper, Rodmarton, 8 May 1833. A detailed letter entirely concerned with plant specimens, of which he is sending a parcel 'by Pickwick's coach today'.
'Having found a note by which I can ascertain the identical bulbs which my German acquaintance at Geneva whose name I do not recollect, received from Tenore(?) at Naples & which certainly are the true Cyclamen Neapolitanum. You will see therefore whether you can discover any difference ...'


£75 [No: 23385]
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