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Folios 140-141: AAL to ADM

[140r] My Dear Mr De Morgan.

I am to be in Town
(for as certain as any human
affairs can be), next week.
May I hope to see you on
Tuesday; any hour you like
['to fix' inserted] between 12 & 4 o'clock?

Thanks for yesterday's
packet.  I shall probably
send you a Budget in a
day or two again; as it
will save time when I see
[140v] you.  For I have so many
Memoranda down to ask
about, that it will be
best all the principal
things should just be
noted to you first.
Then we shall know at once
where & what to begin
I am in the middle of
Operation; indeed nearly
thro' it; & find no
difficulties scarcely; at
least none of any moment.

I see I have made a
bother of \(u=C\varepsilon^x+C'\varepsilon^{-x}+\)

[141r] ; not from any mis-comprehension
of it; but from too much
haste in writing out.  As
I will explain in my
promised packet.

 Yours always

 Most truly

 A. A. L


About this document

Date of authorship: 

Nov 1841

Holding institution: 

Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK


Dep. Lovelace Byron

Box 170