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Home / Vaughan to Marshall, April 30, 1785, USDA History Collection

Vaughan to Marshall, April 30, 1785, USDA History Collection

Samuel Vaughan to Humphry Marshall, April 30, 1785. Vaughan says he presented Marshall's Botanical Catalogue before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture and the Philosophical Society, and describes his inquiries into the cost of getting the work published. The work was eventually published as Arbustum Americanum.

The transcription from Darlington's Memorials begins on page 555 and concludes on 556.

Letter page 1 |Letter page 2 | Darlington page 555 | Darlington page 556

April 30, 1785


Letter page 1 | Letter page 2 | Darlington page 555 | Darlington page 556

April 30, 1785


Letter page 1 | Letter page 2 | Darlington page 555 | Darlington page 556

Memorials page 555


Letter page 1 | Letter page 2 | Darlington page 555 | Darlington page 556

Memorials page 556

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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