Essay Review: Volume 4A of The General History: Astrophysics and Twentieth-Century Astronomy to 1950

@article{Porter1985EssayRV,
  title={Essay Review: Volume 4A of The General History: Astrophysics and Twentieth-Century Astronomy to 1950},
  author={R. Porter and G. de Vaucouleurs},
  journal={Journal for the History of Astronomy},
  year={1985},
  volume={16},
  pages={224 - 231}
}
pay you at my return which will be this week, the day not determined. As to Thirston rent I have not yet wrote about it, being desirous that you and I should writejoyntly, in relation to the lease the young Mr Blincoe seems desirous of. We can easily gett the money remitted by Mr Bennets Treas. I have finished my paper of comets, but am forced to exceed the bounds of a sheet, finding it not possible to contract all I ought to say into that compass. I hope Madame Gregory and family are in good… Expand

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