177 April 11 1 Sir I desire to bring under your notice the great number of official returns that are lost in the post offices and to ask that the matter may receive the consideration which it deserves.
Sydney Observatory 26 Sept 1889 The Consul for France Sydney Dear Sir I venture to send herewith three parcels of weather maps published by me. And should be very much obliged if you would cause these to be transmitted to their destination in Paris as you have so frequently done for me before: they are sent in exchange for valuable works sent to me from Paris.
109 Govt Observatory Sept 1st 1870 Dear Sir Amongst other letters left by the late astronomer and which I fear failing health prevented him from answering is yours of Janry 14 kindly forwarding meteorological information for which I take this opportunity of thanking you: more especially as you have furnished some information in reference to the wind which may help me in tracing our local winds.
Observatory Sydney August 28th 90 Mr Edward Hooper Birmingham Before long I shall have to send through the Agent General for another Gross of Raingauges and the last lot were too long for the instruments there is in fact a considerable piece of waste glass in them; which is moreover very inconvenient for me and I am therefore sending to you by parcels post a sample of what I want which please keep as a guide for any that you may make for me in future.