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Letter by H C Russell, 4 February 1871

Letter by H C Russell, 4 February 1871

Letter by H C Russell, 4 February 1871
Letter by H C Russell, 4 February 1871

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Sydney Observatory
4 Feby [1871]

My dear Sir

I am very sorry to hear of your illness and hope that ere this you have recovered health again.

I hope you have not misunderstood my not of Jan 31st. I merely wanted to know if you had the obs for January: and thought that perhaps as I had only been publishing the rainfall; you thought it was not necessary to send anything else.

I am not at all anxious to put the instruments in other hands, for having got a good observer I would be very sorry to lose him. And I can assure you my daily experience with Telegraph Station Masters as observers is anything but satisfactory.

I must however leave the matter in your hands. If you would like to keep the instruments for use I shall be glad to take such obs as you can send.

Believe me
Dear Sir
Yours very truly
H C Russell

Revd A. H. Wyate
Moss Vale

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