I am very glad to hear that you have set to work seriously about your paper <3> for the Royal Society & I trust it will be finished so that it can be read at the first meeting.
Dr Lehrman [sic] <4> has in addition to Damoiseau, Pont' coulant & Rosenberger <5> determined the perturbation of the comet & arrives at very different results. According to him the comet will traverse the little bear.
Yours very truly
1 Septr 1835
"August 30 ʘ at 3h. 8m. 20.5s Sidreal Time
Depending upon 132 Tauri of which the place was determined as before from the Constants in the Catalogue and the factors in the Nautical Almanac.
H F Talbot Esqr
1. Rev Thomas John Hussey (1792-1854), amateur astronomer, rector of Hayes, Kent.
3. WHFT, "Researches in the Integral Calculus, Part One", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, v. 126 part 1, 1836, pp.177-215.
4. Jacob Wilhelm Heinrich Lehmann (1800-1863), "Versuch, die Berechnungen zur Bestimmung der Wiederkehr des Halleyschen Kimeten aufs Reine zu bringen", Astronomische Nachrichten, v. 12 no. 287, 1835, pp. 369-400.
5. Theodore baron de Damoiseau (1768-1846), Philippe Gustave Doulcet de Pontecoulant (1795-1874) and Otto August Rosenburger (1800-1890).