every where I could think of to obtain
the information I required but so far
unsuccessfully. I often thought of you
as the man who could supply or find
out what is required but did not know
where to address you. Overleaf I explain
what it is I desire to learn. My work is now
roughly in shape, and I am correcting
and [?reviewing?] my first draught. I hope that
it will prove satisfactory when finished;
at any rate I am putting my best
work into it and am not altogether
dissatisfied. Should you come to
Melbourne on the occasion of the
meeting of the Aust. Assoc. Adv. Science in
January next, we should then renew
out acquaintance which would be very
pleasing to me.
Yours faithfully
A W Howitt

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