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Dreijer & Zelling to Carl Linnaeus,
30 July 1772 n.s.Dated d: 30 Julij 1772 ./..
Sent from Stockholm (Sweden) to Uppsala (Sweden).
Written in Swedish.
L4696. Dreijer & Zelling Dreijer & Zelling Swedish. Trading
house in Stockholm directed by Johan Dreijer and
his brother-in-law Carl Magnus Zelling,
specialized in shipowning business. Correspondent
to Carl LinnaeusCarl Linnaeus (1707-1778). Swedish. , 30 July 1772 n.s.
The company Dreijer & ZellingDreijer & Zelling,
Swedish. Trading house in Stockholm
directed by Johan Dreijer and his
brother-in-law Carl Magnus Zelling,
specialized in shipowning business.
Correspondent of Linnaeus. writes to Linnaeus to thank him for the confirmation of having received a parcel sent July 28th [this letter of confirmation has not come down to us]. Now they have received the enclosed letter from Carl ModéeModée, Carl Wilhelm
(1735-1798). Swedish. Navy officer,
later rear admiral and 1792-1795
governor of Stockholm. with the information that some boxes have not been delivered. Dreijer & Zelling hope to be excused for what has happened. The company is now waiting for a confirmation letter from the custom officers in Uppsala to let them know that the parcel has arrived, the parcels are addressed to the customs collector Elias BeckBeck, Elias Swedish. Custom
officer, Uppsala. .
a. original holograph (LS, III, 310-311).