I take the liberty of writing to you to ascertain from whom I could procure seeds of the various sorts of pines you write about By answering this you will lay me under an obligation which I will willingly endeavour to repay on my side.I remain Dear Sir Yours faithfully Mr. AdamsNot knowing your address I have asked the Editor of the Century to direct this to you
Adamshurst, Maritzburg, Natal, S. Africa
1882 Nov 18
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