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Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 122 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 13 page 122
Bot. Roy. Bot. Gard. [Royal Botanical Garden] [Edinburgh, Sept. 6, 1905]  Re. Robert Brown, cont. [continued] at Sutlers at Fort Klamath trip over Cascade Mts..._2.75 Aug. 18.  Moccasins  1.25 Aug. 25.  Washing-to Chinamen  0.875 Aug. 23.  Paci-Boots  5.50 From May 15 to Aug 26 he spent _347.00. The journal is quite in contrast with that of Douglas who had no hotels to put up at. Statement D Sept 2. Paid Madame DeRoboum for Board and Lodging in Jacksonville _19.00 "Board" for Horse at Drum's Stable 12.00 Ferry over Applegate Creek 0.25 Bill at Slate Creek 3.50 Rough gloves for gathering cones 1.00 Socks and boots 6.00 Sept. 12 Bill at Kirbyville 10.00  ::::::::: [Edinburgh Royal Botanical Garden] Sept. 6, 1905  Sept 15. Shirt at Crescent City 2.50 Sept 27 Hotel Bill 21.50 Sept 27 Recv'd [received] for Horse 30.00 Thence to San Francisco Oct. 2 and then to Victoria, Oct. 3.  On the 25th of July the Com. [Committee] considered the last letter (June 7) received from Brown and were unanimously of the opinion that it was a most unsatisfactory communication; affairs were then turned over to Dr. Tolmie, Surgeon of the Hudson Bay Co. at Victoria.  Two years before, July 8, 64, the Secretary (Isaac Anderson Henry) put into a printed circular the note of no communications from Brown, "the painful circumstances" etc and the determination to employ Dr.
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