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Link: • Carl Linnaeus to Nils Ericsson Dalberg, 25 October 1771 n.s.
Dated 1771 d, 25 Octob.. Sent from Uppsala (Sweden) to Stockholm (Sweden). Written in Swedish.


Linnaeus writes to thank Nils Ericsson DalbergDalberg, Nils Ericsson
(1736-1820). Swedish. Personal
physician of Gustav III since 1768.
Linnaeus’s student in 1755.
Correspondent of Linnaeus.
for his letter of introduction to Jean-Jacques RousseauRousseau, Jean-Jacques
(1712-1778). Swiss. Writer and
philosopher. Correspondent of Linnaeus.
and tells him that he has received the letter from him [Rousseau to Linnaeus, 21 September 1771Letter L4545] and Rousseau and he was very pleased and he will reply by return of post.

Linnaeus writes that he will send Dahlberg some of his books as requested in Dalberg’s letter.

Linnaeus also thanks Dalberg for the plants that were forwarded from the King of France [Louis XVLouis XV, (1710-1774).
French. Reigned 1715-1774.
] via Christopher ClewbergClewberg, Christopher
(1706-1776). Swedish. Professor of
Oriental languages in Uppsala, in
theology 1760. Vicar at the parish of
Denmark, outside Uppsala. Brother of
Carl Abraham Clewberg.
although the plants were dry.


a. original holograph (UUB, S. L. Gahms Biographiska samlingar, T. XII, Lärda Smolandi, vol. 3, L-R, X 217, 205-206).


1. Bref och skrifvelser (1911), vol. I:5, p. 322   p.322.