||Description: The volume is largely dedicated to scientific matters, mostly botany, also touching upon scientific equipment, European intellectual life, political developments, and the lives of indigenous peoples. The volume also includes material relating to the life of Matthew Flinders, and correspondence between then-Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel and Sir Robert Harry Inglis, MP.
|General note||Date span of material: n.d.; 13 Jan 1826 - 12 Mar 1858.|
|General note||AMDigital Reference: Add MS 32441.|
|Original version||Reproduction of: Correspondence and papers of Robert Brown, Secretary to the Linnæan Society, and Keeper of the Botanical Department in the British Museum Date unknown.|
|Location of original||British Library|
|Copyright note||British Library|
|Language||Text in English, French, Latin, Italian, German.|
|Source of description||Description based on online resource (viewed on May 28, 2018).|