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Balthazar Johan Buchwald to Carl Linnaeus,
July-December? 1751 n.s.Dated .
Sent from København (Denmark) to Uppsala (Sweden).
Written in Latin.
L1215. Balthazar Johan BuchwaldBalthazar Johan Buchwald (1697-1763).
Danish. Professor of medicine, Copenhagen.
Translator. Correspondent of Linnaeus.
to Carl LinnaeusCarl Linnaeus (1707-1778). Swedish. , July-December? 1751 n.s.
Balthazar Johan BuchwaldBuchwald, Balthazar Johan
(1697-1763). Danish. Professor of
medicine, Copenhagen. Translator.
Correspondent of Linnaeus. thanks Linnaeus very much for the way in which Linnaeus had received his student Jörgen Tyge HolmHolm, Jörgen Tyge
(1726-1759). Danish. Professor of
economy and natural history, Copenhagen.
Linnaeus’s student 1750-1751, 1754-1757.
Correspondent of Linnaeus. ] and had included him among his private pupils. Buchwald has just received a letter from Samuel Benjamin CnollCnoll, Samuel Benjamin (-1767).
Danish. Physician and surgeon at the
Danish missions at Tranquebar. in Tranquebar with a description of Borax, which Buchwald has not yet had time to read carefully and which he will forward to Linnaeus another time.
a. (LS, II, 305). 
1. “Af Linnés brevvexling” (1871), p. 339 p.339.2. Bref och skrifvelser (1943), vol. II:2, p. 12-13 p.12 p.13.