Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Nathaniel Wallich concerning how the terms for distribution of plants and seeds is nearly agreed and that Colebrooke reports Wallich's friends are eager to receive their share. Colebrooke is petitioning for Wallich to have an assistant. Colebrooke is pleased that Wallich is pursuing introducing plantations of Sipos timber. In a postscript Colebrooke promises to send an account with Richardson's bill but meantime could Wallich return the first account as Colebrooke has mislaid his copy. Handwritten, dated 10 January 1824, received 19 May, 1824.