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18960316 Pickering

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Harvard College Observatory,

Cambridge, U. S. March 16th 1896.

Sir,

I have the honor to gratefully acknowledge the following work presented to the Library of the Harvard College Observatory:—

Transactions, for the year 1895, including sixth annual report.

Please accept my sincere thanks for this mark of your consideration, and believe me,

Very respectfully yours,

Edward C. Pickering, Director.

To the secretary of the
Astronomical & Physical Society of Toronto.

Year: 
1896
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18960123 Downing

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Nautical Almanac Office,

3, Verulam Buildings,

Gray's Inn, W.C.

23 January 1896

Dear Sir,

In reply to your letter of 13th inst. I beg to say that I am sending you Nautical Almanacs 1896-99 inclusive, and have put the Society on our Distribution List for future issues.

Year: 
1896
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2

18951217 Pickering

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HARVARD COLLEGE OBSERVATORY

CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

Dec. 17, 1895.

Dear Sir,

Year: 
1895
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18951014 ASW

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Astronomical Society of Wales.

EASTBROOK HOUSE,
DINAS POWIS,
NEAR CARDIFF.

14 Oct. 95

G. E. Lumsden Esq
Toronto

Dear Sir,

      I am directed by the President of this Society to forward you a complete list of our Journals to date and to say that they will be duly sent you month by month in exchange for your valued publication.

      Should you not receive any copy afer a reasonable time, kindly advise me.

Year: 
1895
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18950715 Espin

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WOLSINGHAM OBSERVATORY

Circular No.42

A Red III Type star, Mag. 8·4 not in Südl.

D.M. was detected here last night

at R.A.XIXh. 52·4m. Decl.—2.º 11' (1900)

Probably a new Var.

Es.1021 is also probably Var.

T. E. Espin

July 15 1895

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1895
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1893 Espin

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WOLSINGHAM OBSERVATORY

.Circular No. 33

Mr. H Corder having informed me that the Nova Aurigæ has increased, it was examined here Aug. 21 and found to be 9·2, spectrum monochromatic. One intense line (500?).

T. E. Espin


Visual spectrum of the NOVA Aurigæ with 17¼ in. Reflector

T. E. Espin

Year: 
1893
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2

18950406 USNO

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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
WASHINGTON, D. C.
BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT

Ap 6/95

Dear Mr. Lumsden,

      My return to the city after a protracted absence I find the bound volume of the Proceedings of your society. I need scarcely say how highly I prize the possession of this book and of what great interest it has been to see all that you have done for the sciences.

Please accept my cordial thanks.

Very truly

A.G. Winterhalter

Year: 
1895
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1

18950208 Hoskin

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The Dale,
Toronto

8th Feby 1895

Sir

      I beg to acknowledge your letter of 29th January enclosing a copy of a Resolution adopted by the Astronomical & Physical Society of Toronto respecting the death of my late brother-in-law, Mr. Charles Carpmael.

Year: 
1895
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2

18950403 Veeder

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Postal Card – One Cent.

United States of America.

THIS SIDE IS FOR THE ADDRESS ONLY.

G. E. Lumsden,
Corresponding Sec. Astron & Phys. Society,
Toronto,
Canada

Year: 
1895
Pages: 
2

18941018 Veeder

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Postal Card – One Cent

United States of America.

THIS SIDE IS FOR THE ADDRESS ONLY.

G. E. Lumsden,
Cor. Sec. Astron. & Phys. Society
Toronto,
Canada

Year: 
1894
Pages: 
2
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