materially to get that rare Pine only known in a few hundred specimens in his neighborhood [Tinus Torreyana?]. He admired the grapes, and especially the small seedless purple currant grape so much that he begged for a few cuttings, if possible. Would you have the kindness to send him a few of this and one or two other choice grapes cuttings? [Yurra?] [illegible] grows in his neighborhood and I told him, to send you a few plants of this species. I will try when home, to procure some other [Yurra?] seeds for you. The name and address of my Scotch friend is Mr McKellar San [Dieguito?], San Diego Co. Calif. I hope Mr Muir will make it possible to come to town before I leave. I should much like to see him Remember me to the Ladies, which I hope enjoy good healthYours very truly George Engelmann
1880 Nov 15
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