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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 110 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 110
Kew Herbarium duplicates ad the set alluded to by Mr. Gray must be the one he sent to Mr. John Lowell of Boston. I intend very soon to look over my set and I shall then at all events lay you out all the duplicates possible. x x x x x You are so kind as to enquire particularly about my health.  Thank you for that interest ad am indeed happy to say that my health at present ad for the past year, never was better! I remain Your friend and servant Thos Nuttall. [Hooker Corr. vol. 63, p. 332] There are 30 letters in ths vol., all of very little interest to a Californian. :::::::::  May 20, 1906.  Nutgrove nr. Rainhill, June 11, 1854 Dear Sir:- I am pleased to hear of some more of the fine sps. of Ceanothus of California having arrived in this country as they are well worth cultivation. Your first sps. allied to dentation seems to me very like what I saw near Monterey in the month of April in flower; the thick branches used as firewood, were often almost one mass of flowers, this I called rigidus, for its stiff leaves and rigid branchlets. The only duplicate bit of divaricatus I possess I now send; with the only other fragment I have of oliaganthus. C. serpyllifolius and sanguineus I find I do not now
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