By Henry Oldenburg, Rupert A. Hall, Marie B. Hall
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W h ich is sufficiently confirm ed b y the O bservations made his lenses o f sixteen, tw enty, and thirty feet, w h ich I have fou nd to be absolutely at Lim e-house near L o n d o n , b y those three fam ous E n glish m en [first b y B o ro u g h 7 outstanding. N e x t autum n, G o d w illin g, I shall disclose to yo u the results furnished in 1580, then b y G u n te r8 in 1622 and lastly b y G ellib ran d 9 in 1634. F o r the first b y each telescope. I had hoped that the maker o f the lenses sent me w o u ld have fo u n d the declination to be 1 1° 16', the second 50 36' 30", and the third 4 0 3' 30".