|Title||Letter from Francis Baily, 37 Tavistock Place, to Edward Cooper|
|Date||16 September 1835|
|Description||On letters from Sir William Hamilton relating to Cooper's and others observations of a comet (Baily notes: "...its appearance, true to its time and place, is a noble triumph for science and shows the power of mind over matter).|
The comet referred to is most likely Halley's Comet.
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA6486||Baily; Francis (1774 - 1844); Astronomer||1774 - 1844|
|NA5034||Cooper; Edward Joshua (1798 - 1863)||1798 - 1863|