[letterhead]10 Castle StreetEdinburgh May 11 1907My dear John MuirI was f[illegible]d through Mr R[illegible] on Monday last with a [illegible] [specimen?] of Peb[illegible] from [illegible] (numbered 1 to 12) which I sent to one professor of Botany at the Botanical Gardens. Mr [illegible]ley B[illegible] letter acknowledging their receipt is enclosed and I shall send you038702the promised Report when it comes to me.I have to thank you for bearing me personally to remembrance [in?] the beautifully [polished specimen?] which I am using as a letter weight and as often as I use it I shall be bought into touch with you and the Stone Forest of Adamana.I have also written to Mr Murdoch telling him that [his specimen is waiting for him, here the first day he is?]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25.5 cm.
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