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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 116 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 116
Kew Herbarium xxx I am now more feeble and slow in my movements - my days of journeying are at an end - I have seen the last I must see of America - my walking and botanizing are almost over, and now I am content to be at rest.  Old age has overtaken me, and I must be content to submit to the laws of nature, wh. none can evade - Jun 4, 1857. Nutgrove near Rainhill. - July 25, 1857, he writes a very short note: " my principal herbarium is left at the Acad. Nat. Sciences of Philadelphia."  Nutgrove nr. Rainhill, Septr. 6, 1858 Dear Sir: x x x x x  I remain extremely :::::::::  May 20, 1906 feeble without any hope of amendment in this life but hope for another and better world, tho' I have had my enjoyment in this for which I ought to be truly thankful I remain, Yours tryly Thos. Nuttall. A year after this he died at St. Helen's Lancashire teste Britten's Index, where see list of references.  The above is the last letter in the Hooker Coll. The letters in this volume 64 refer chiefly to Indian plants.  See also list of papers in Roy. Soc. Cat.[Royal Socienty Catalog] Hook. Corr. vol. 44, p. 95, 96, 97; Nuttall visited England in spring 1828; letters from Cambridge, Mass & Prescott, England.  - vol. 38, 441, dated Nutgrove, May 20, 1858 " 62, 102, Philadelphia, Nov. 3, 1838
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