31 Sackville St London
14th Janry 1826
Should your extensive Herbarium not be complete with respect to the plants of Hungary, I can if you desire it procure you any or all of the plants described by Waldstein & Kitaibel <1> from a botanist at Munich, in return for British specimens which you might send him. I beg my compliments to Lady Smith <2> and remain
Dear Sir Yours most truly
Henry F. Talbot
ansd Feb. 9
Laycock Abbey Nephew of Lansdown <3>
1. Count Franciscus de Paula Waldstein and Paulus Kitaibel, F. Comitis W. et. P. K. … Descriptiones et icones plantarum rariorum Hungarić, 3 vols. (Vienna: 1802–1812).
2. Lady Pleasance Smith (1773–1877).
3. Henry Petty Fitzmaurice, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne (1780–1863), MP, WHFT’s uncle.