Letter from Charles S. Peirce to Carlile P. Patterson
(London, 04.08.1876)



 
Spanish translation & annotations

 

London 1876 August 4

 

 

C. P. Patterson Esq.

Supt. U. S. Coast Survey

Washington D. C.

 

 

Dear Sir,

I sail for Boston on Aug 8 in the Cunard steamer Marathon. I shall have with me about 30 boxes containing instruments, books, and papers, the property of the Coast Survey. About an equal amount will follow in a later steamer. Will you have an order issued from the Secretary to admit all these things free of duty?

I regret very much that in consequence of returning in such haste some important though not absolutely indispensable matters remain unattended to.

My vouchers will I hope be finished before I sail; but I am delayed by having had to send to Berlin to have some signed.

Yours very truly & respectfully,

C. S. Peirce

 

Note 16 Aug: F-- usual letter to (…) to Sec. & Treas to admit free of duty. E. G.

 

 

 


Transcription by Max Fisch, revised by Sara Barrena (2014)
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Proyecto de investigación "Charles S. Peirce en Europa (1875-76): comunidad científica y correspondencia" (MCI: FFI2011-24340)

Fecha del documento: 19 de enero 2015
Última actualización: 10 de febrero 2015

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