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Letter to Lord Morton [manuscript]: Rio de Janerio, to Sir Joseph Banks 1768 Dec. 1
Bib ID 1801766
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Banks, Joseph, Sir, 1743-1820
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1768 Dec. 1 
8 p. 
Summary

Letter to Lord Morton from Sir Joseph Banks, Rio de Janiero describing his voyage and the hostility of the Portuguese.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: NLA MS 4021.

Source of Acquisition Nan Kivell Collection NK983. 
Subjects Banks, Joseph, - Sir, - 1743-1820 - Correspondence.  |  Morton, James Douglas, - Earl of, - 1702-1768.  |  Botanists - England - Correspondence.  |  Voyages and travels.
Time Coverage 1768 

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