My Dear Sir,
Having been from Home for some time I write in the Greatest haste to say that I shall be most happy to present any paper of yours to the Association; <1> and I earnestly hope that the delay which has taken place in answering this letter will not have prevented you from preparing it.
I am My Dear Sir Ever Most truly yrs
Belleville by Kingussie
Augt 21st 1834
TurnP.S. I shall leave this about the 4th Septr, & if you do not send your MSS here before that time be so good as to address it to me at the Royal Society Apartments Edinr. <2>
1. The British Association for the Advancement of Science, which met in Edinburgh in 1834. No paper by WHFT is recorded in their Report.
2. Royal Society of Edinburgh.