36 Observatory 15th Dec 1890 Dear Mr Scott I am sending you an interviewers report of a talk with Wragge a few days since I thought you would like to see It as an instance of the way to work a reviewer.
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Observatory Sydney Dec 11th 1858 58/111 Madam I beg to suggest that in future letters from me to Miss Dalton, as they can contain nothing of a private nature, should be opened by the person in charge of the observations – the publication of the monthly summary has been delayed a month waiting for an answer to my last letter.
59/78 Sir With reference to the Memorandum accompanying the notification of Credit dated Decr 11th ??, I beg to be informed in what manner the meteorological observers within the Colony of Queensland obtain payment of their Salaries for the Month of December; also whether their engagements are to be terminated at the end of the present year.
1 Decr 0 My dear Sir I am preparing an abstract of all the meteorological observations I can obtain for the Colony up to the end of 1869. I should deem it a favour if you will allow me to publish your rainfall observations and for that purpose send me the total amount of rain for each year and the number of days on which rain fell for all the years you have.
521 Sydney Observatory November 30th 1871 Sir I have the honor herewith to enclose Meteorological Returns to end of 1870, for the Emigration Commissioners; as requested by your letter of the 22nd inst: I have the honor to be Sir Your most obedt servt H A Lenehan “Computer” The Principal Under Secretary
191 Sydney Observatory 29th November 1870 My dear Sir I am sorry that the late Astronomer did not do more for Astronomy than he did. But I think we are only doing him justice when we remember that he considered the Base Line one of the principal objects set before him to accomplish and the more so because Mr Airy laid so much stress upon it and however unfortunate he may have been in the management of the work especially in the time it occupied it was well done so far as it went and he devoted to it all the time he worked.
32 Observatory Sydney Nov 26 90 My Dear Todd May I have the pleasure of introducing to you Mr E Douglas Archibald. I have no doubt you know him well by his writings on the “Unusual Optical Phenomena of the Atmosphere” following the Krakatoa eruption, and other valuable contributions to Meteorology.
31 Observatory Nov 22nd 1890 James R Thompson Esqre Atlas Engineering Co Dear Sir I regret delay in sending you enclosed memo of high winds. It took longer to get out the information than I expected.
651 21 Nov 2 Dear Sir From the 1st to the 20th December I want you to make particular observations on the state of the sky at Mount Victoria. More especially in the afternoons. Let the observations shew the amount of cloud and what sort of cloud.
Page 27 Observatory Sydney Nov 18th 90 Dear Mr Archibald I regret giving you the trouble of writing for the letter to Mr Todd. I had not forgotten it. …………. the advertisements did not think ……… wanted it so soon.
26 Observatory Sydney Nov 18th 90 My Dear Todd May I have the pleasure of introducing to you Mr E. Douglas Archibald. whom I have no doubt you know well by his writings on “The Unusual Optical Phenomena of the Atmosphere” following the Krakatoa eruption, and other valuable contributions to meteorology.
Observatory November 12 1890 James C Leslie Esqre Corowa My Dear Sir I am much obliged to you for sending me the very interesting account of the parhelia observed on October 10th. It is a rare phenomena in these latitudes and therefore the more important when it is seen.
Novr 9 0 Dear Sir I am sorry you will not be able to take observations at Gosford for I know I shall have difficulty in getting them taken properly and you could help me by suggesting someone there who takes an interest in Meteorology.
264 Observatory October 31 1889 The Telegraph Station Master Hay Sir In working up your evaporation returns I find that there is no result to be obtained for eleven days in May. It will be necessary for you to explain why these observations were not properly taken.
61/49 Observatory Sydney Oct 23rd 1861 Sir In reply to your letter of 22nd Inst I beg to inform you that I know nothing of the Barometer and weather chart that you mention as having been sent to you.