Letter : Paris, to [Philip Miller], 1729 Aug. 26.


Jussieu, Bernard de, 1699-1777. Letter : Paris, to [Philip Miller], 1729 Aug. 26.

Letter : Paris, to [Philip Miller], 1729 Aug. 26.

Autograph letter signed. Jussieu writes that he would be very happy to have in his garden plants Miller might find in America. He also writes that he and his colleagues, in addition to studying botany, are studying insects.

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