Letter from John Gould to R. Denny

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Letter from John Gould to R. Denny  (1851) 
by John Gould
Letter from John Gould to R. Denny Esq. Dated 15 April 1851 and addressed from Gould’s residence at 20 Broad St. Golden Square, London.

Double sided and attached to the front page of Gould’s Birds of Australia vol 1. It is held at John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, RBF 597.2994 GOU V1.

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Many thanks, my dear Sir? for your kind note: the australian plants are all from nature and their names are given wherever they could be ascertained with certainty.

Mr. McGillioray is I believe in town and residing at 07 Gloucester Street Queen Square, Bloomsbury.

Ever my

Yours truly & obliged

 ??

?? 15/4/57

Mr Gould
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In my birds of asia the plants are better named because they are better known; some day or other ?? must all this work as it is a continuation of those he has and is. Perhaps more valuable than any of them


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.