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Home / Banks to Marshall, August 28, 1793, USDA History Collection

Banks to Marshall, August 28, 1793, USDA History Collection

Sir Joseph Banks to [Moses] Marshall, August 28, 1793, introducing a German friend, the Baron Itzenplitz, saying that "he may have it in his Power to recommend you to much business in Germany." The letter is addressed on the outer leaf simply to "Mr. Marshall," probably intended for Humphry's nephew, Moses, who was handling much of his uncle's business at this time. The transcription is at the bottom of page 565 of Darlington's Memorials.

Letter |Darlington page 564

August 28, 1793

Letter | Darlington page 565

Memorials page 565

Series X, Manuscripts, Box 10/4, file "Humphry Marshall Papers" USDA History Collection, Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.

Darlington's Memorials is part of the National Agricultural Library's Rare Book Collection within Special Collections. Call number: 120 B28M 1849.

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