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 Ockham Park

Dear Mr De Morgan

It would give me
great pleasure to see you
again, & to have a chat
with you.  If therefore I
am in Town on Tuesday
week, (which is likely), do
you think you could call
on me at 11 o'clock.
I should propose going to
[154v] Gower St to see Mr De
Morgan, but on this
occasion I should not have
[something crossed out] time to go so far.

If therefore you
answer me affirmatively, I
shall not write again unless
I should be prevented from
I have been doing little
of late in Mathematics;
just amusing myself
with Murphy's Theory of
Equations (in the Useful
Knowledge); & looking into
one or two other little
matters, rather than
[155r] studying them.  So I have
no very diligent reckoning
to make you.
My kind remembrances
to Mr De Morgan.

 Yours very truly

 A. A. Lovelace

About this document

Date of authorship: 

14 Jan 1842

Holding institution: 

Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK


Dep. Lovelace Byron

Box 170