Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Nathaniel Wallich. Colebrooke hopes that Wallich has returned from his Eastern excursion In good health. He writes that Wallich communication from Rangoon provided evidence of what may be found there. He discusses Richardson and whether to transfer Wallich's business to another bookseller. He thanks him for all his communications and adds that the copies of Wallich's Tentamen that Colebrooke received have been distributed as Wallich suggested. Handwritten, dated 15 March 1827, received 14 September 1827.