Dr. K. Keck
even acknowledge the receipt of the plants. You will highly oblige me, dear Sir, by giving notice in two lines whether Mr. McLean is dead or what may be the motive of his silence. If it is out of his power to fulfil his promise he should at least apologize himself. I hope you will not be angry with me that I trouble you for affairs which are nothing to you, but I have no acquaintance in your town to apply to, and the consul of my country, to whom I wrote about this matter has not answered, too. Believe me always [illegible] to do you every service in return. Very Truly Yours D K. Keck 00738
Aistershaim, Upper Austria
1876 May 18
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14.5 cm.
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