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Letter to John Stevens Henslow, 1832, October 20.

Author: Edward Bannerman Ramsay; J S Henslow
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In this four-page letter, written by Edward Bannerman Ramsay in Edinburgh to John Stevens Henslow, Ramsay talks about his collection of plant specimens and requests that Henslow send him some that he does not already have. Ramsay also talks about other scientists including Charles Lyell, William Jackson Hooker, John Lindley, Robert Graham and George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie (Ramsay had just spent a week at  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Named Person: George Ramsay Dalhousie, Earl of; Robert Graham; William Jackson Hooker, Sir; John Lindley; Charles Lyell, Sir; Edward Bannerman Ramsay
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Bannerman Ramsay; J S Henslow
OCLC Number: 281307593
Notes: All inquiries about this manuscript should be directed to the Dibner Senior Curator, History of Science and Technology.
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In this four-page letter, written by Edward Bannerman Ramsay in Edinburgh to John Stevens Henslow, Ramsay talks about his collection of plant specimens and requests that Henslow send him some that he does not already have. Ramsay also talks about other scientists including Charles Lyell, William Jackson Hooker, John Lindley, Robert Graham and George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie (Ramsay had just spent a week at Dalhousie Castle). The letter is in fragile condition.

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