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Mikael Harmensen to Carl Linnaeus,
2 September 1758 n.s.Dated le 2me Septembre 1758.
Sent from Bordeaux (France) to Uppsala (Sweden).
Written in French.
L2421. Mikael HarmensenMikael Harmensen (1771-1793). Swedish.
Swedish general consul in Bordeaux, 1751. Ennobled
in Sweden 1773. Married to Sofie Dorolee von
Robais. Son of Jean Christoffer Harmensen.
Correspondent of Linnaeus.
to Carl LinnaeusCarl Linnaeus (1707-1778). Swedish. , 2 September 1758 n.s.
Mikael HarmensenHarmensen, Mikael (1771-1793).
Swedish. Swedish general consul in
Bordeaux, 1751. Ennobled in Sweden 1773.
Married to Sofie Dorolee von Robais.
Son of Jean Christoffer Harmensen.
Correspondent of Linnaeus. will be happy beyond all expectation if his investigations will be worthy of a place in the Queenís [Lovisa UlrikaLovisa Ulrika, (1720-1782).
Swedish. Queen of Sweden 1751-1771.
Married to Adolf Fredrik. Mother of
Gustav III. Sister of Fredric II of
Prussia. Correspondent of Linnaeus. ] very famous cabinet. He is grateful to Linnaeus and his pupil Daniel Zacharias HallmanHallman, Daniel Zacharias
(1722-1782). Swedish. Clergyman. Pastor
at the Swedish legation in Madrid, dean
at Strängnäs. Linnaeusís
student in 1744-1746. Correspondent of
Linnaeus. having called attention to it. Under Linnaeusís auspices, he will take the liberty of sending finds from his country, the American islands and India. There is no ship available now, but he hopes to be able to send something this spring.
a. original holograph (LS, VI, 284-285).