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Tag: Russell (H. C.)

Letter by H C Russell, 25 January 1876

January 25, 2009

668 25 Jany Mr ?? S King Esq Goulburn Owing to some new regulations for spending Government Money in this Colony I am obliged in future to get all books through a Sydney firm whose agents in London are L Symans?

Letter by H C Russell, 25 January 1873

January 25, 2009

666 Copy Sydney Observatory 25 Janry 1873 Sir The Government of New South Wales have granted a sum of money for the Transit of Venus. From their Agent General in London you have, or will in a few days receive, a general order for an object glass eyepiece &c the focal length is there given 12ft but that was written before the receipt of your letter to Mr Kopsch.

Letter by H C Russell, 24 January 1871

January 24, 2009

251 Govt Observatory 24th Janry 1871 Sir I was very much surprised to hear this morning from my assistant that you had not sent in the monthly meteorological Returns for 1870. I have been myself too busy to attend to it and took it for granted that when I restored the pay you would send in the Returns.

Letter by H C Russell, 23 January 1873

January 23, 2009

665 Copy Sydney Observatory 23 Janry 1873 Sir I have the honor to request that the agent general for New South Wales may be Instructed by the outgoing mail to order from Mr Hugo Schroeder of the Optical Institute Hamburg an object glass of the finest possible quality 11 inches clear aperture?

Letter by H C Russell, 15 January 1891

January 15, 2009

85 Janry 15 1 W. Sautter Esqre Brisbane Dear Sir I had no idea you were so sensitive to criticism or I should not have referred so plainly to the crudeness of you plan (if I may assume it to be yours) of photographing the eclipse, or to the failure in carrying it out.

Letter by H C Russell, 24 January 1871

January 24, 2008

251 Govt Observatory 24th Janry 1871 Sir I was very much surprised to hear this morning from my assistant that you had not sent in the monthly meteorological Returns for 1870. I have been myself too busy to attend to it and took it for granted that when I restored the pay you would send in the Returns.