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  1. Herschel, J. F. W. (John Frederick William), Sir, 1792-1871.
    [Letter] 1833 March 28 / J.F.W. Herschel.
    Herschel thanks the recipient for the "obliging transmission" of the papers from M. Arago which he received after a slight delay on the road which was of no inconvenience. Herschel closes by stating that "Any circumstance which places me in communication with yourself cannot fail to be very agreeable."
  2. Herschel, J. F. W. (John Frederick William), Sir, 1792-1871.
    [Letter] [18]61 October 26 [to] [Zacchonti?] / J.F.W. Herschel.
    Herschel explains that the eclipse will be visible between Sicily and the African coast; he has drawn an illustration to map the path of sight. He further states that there's a chance of viewing the eclipse, but even a slight clouding could defeat it.
  3. Herschel, J. F. W. (John Frederick William), Sir, 1792-1871.
    [Letter] [18]57 July 2 [to] / J.F.W. Herschel.
    Herschel states that he is glad to hear the recipient is preparing a biography of that "distinguished philosopher" and "more excellent man, Mr. Delton."
  4. Herschel, J. F. W. (John Frederick William). Sir, 1792-1871
    [Letter] [18]56 September 25 [to] W. White / JFW Herschel.
    Herschel writes to say that he is sending money and requests that the whole be sent by a specified delivery service to his address. The information is forwarded through Smith & Elder publishing company.
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