Reference numberCB/1/1/202
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.113
TitleLetter from Daines Barrington, Foxley, near Hereford to Charles Blagden, Grays Inn, London
Date19 September 1774
DescriptionDiscusses plants he is being sent from Virginia and thanks Blagden for his trouble. Agrees that the Spanish archbishop is very ignorant. The procuring of specimens from the Empress of Russia must take its natural course, does not want to get involved if it is to come before the Council of the Royal Society.
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6141Barrington; Daines (1727 - 1800)1727 - 1800
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