Letter from Henry Vilmorin to William Robinson

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Written from Verrieres[-le-Buisson, Essonne, France]. Manuscript

Robinson guessed right, he has not sent anything yet to Mr Miller, having been in good health since returning home and therefore busy with work in field and office; luckily he was taken unwell again yesterday and being laid up he has set to work on the book; he means to persevere until he sends the whole batch over the angry seas; there are reports of fearful gales in the Irish Channel; he is sorry to hear Robinson was unwell on the night of his charming dinner; he would not have guessed as Robinson played so well the role of accomplished host