Letter from A.K. Bulley [Arthur Bulley] to William Robinson

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Written from Ness, Neston, Cheshire. Manuscript

He is both glad that Robinson has parted with his papers as he is too old for the worries of newspaper owning, and sorry because his successor is unlikely to make the reading matter as interesting; he would like to see the anemones in spring; ‘Tell nurse that if I don’t find Gentiana farreri in good form, she will have to die’