The 1893 edition of Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes
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Tow law

Darlington

England

1892 Jan 6th.

My dear sir,

      I have received from time to time and read with great interest the accounts of the meetings of your Society.—

I am taking the liberty of sending you herewith a list of new comites to known double stars detected during the autumn while measuring stars for the new edition of "Celestial Objects."—I am not quite sure whether you allow outsiders to communicate papers, & I hope you will pardon me if I am unconsciously breaking your rules.—

The suggestions of the society in connection with the new edition of C.O. have been helpful, & I hope to be able to adopt most of them.—

Wishing your society continued prosperity

Believe me

Yours sincerely

T. E. Espin

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