Reference numberCB/1/1/188
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.105
TitleLetter from Sir Joseph Banks to Charles Blagden
DescriptionWritten on the foot of a prospectus about a new printing press, printed part torn away.
In a letter from China has received instructions for making glue using bullock's blood and quicklime. Will provide broccoli and cauliflower seeds in due course. Asks if Blagden can find out the cost of common Gentleman livery and servants' hats in Paris.
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
Related materialItem 316, The Banks Letters, A Calendar of the manuscript correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks preserved in the British Museum... London, 1958.
Enclosed with BLA.B.54
Related records in the catalogueCB/1/1/137
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8116Banks; Sir; Joseph (1744 - 1820); Naturalist1744 - 1820
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