A.L.s., from Richard's Coffee House, Temple Bar

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Gives news of acquaintances who are in London, discusses his prospect of writing a mathematical paper or a political pamphlet but believes his 'energy has gone by', notes that Herschel and he 'are upon a 'Digest of Algebraic formula'' and asks what part JWW would like to undertake. Mentions that 'the opinion of the law in London [is] against Lord Sidmouth's circular'.

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