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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 162 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 162
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Kew Herbarium the liberality he professes. - So far as I know of Mr. N. [Nuttall] personally he appears the reverse and we should not credit all we hear. - l.c. litt, 107. dated "River Columbia, Oct. 24, 1832. Letter 108, unpublished I think.  The end p. is a letter to his brother William.  I did not exhaust the Douglas COrr. [correspondence]. W.L.J. :::::::::  June 21, 1906. - Mr. Massee, one of the first assistants, is a man who delights in uttering unheard of or supposedly novel heresies of all sorts, something away from the usually accepted canons of taste, customs, or morals.  e.g. the poor and others are spendthrifts; this is fine, otherwise you and I could not live.  Or again Botany is of no use  To which I suprised him by agreeing that it had no more monetary value than astronomy; etc, etc, all of which gives him opportunity for ingenuity in argument.  It is only with Clarke that he seems to agree.
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