How I should have liked to see Egypt and India in your company! The immemorial East has always been a dream of mine but I fear it will remain a shadow for me. Also California - another dream. I have not the courage now to undertake a long journey nor indeed the means necessary. So I diligently peruse travels in various lands of which I possess quite an interesting series in my library.Yours very sincerelyGeo. Nicholson.37, LARKFIELD, RICHMOND.3. 2. 04Dear Mr MuirI have tried hard to procure Hooker's Journal in the Himalayas but so far have failed. The first edition is out of print (2 vols) but a cheaper one I felt sure could be had. The other day however my order of a copy came back endorsed out of print. I am sorry but I shall03345
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