I take the liberty of profitting <sic> from your Kindness, sending You different parcels and letters, which I recommend to forward, and I pray allow-me <sic>, to give You my best thanks for the communication of seeds of Tectona and Thea, which are yet brought to the ground, and shall once celebrate Your illustrious love for Flora’s childern <sic>. Allow me to present You likewise a small book, in which I have experienced to order the families of plants after the number of carpellar-leafes <sic>. I hope the alpine seeds are come right to your hands. Perhaps some other things would proof <sic> acceptable from our list, which I join here, begging You, of letting know
ing me as soon as possible, the species, which You like to have.
I have the honour of being with high consideration and devouement
very thankful humble Servant
Dr v Martius
14 Febr. 1836.