Pellizer, Joseph Emanuel De, fl1789 - 1804 (clergyman)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Joseph Emmanuel Pellizer, 1793 - 1804
Outlining his plan for finding longitude by the passage of the moon through the meridian.
Letter from Joseph Emmanuel Pellizer to Lord Melville, 1804-11-20
Submissions by Mr Pellizer of Spain; includes three letters and a memoir on his method of finding longitude, and a pamphlet outlining the particulars of a legal case involving Pellizer and the General Consul of Spain.
Letter from Joseph Emmanuel Pellizer to the Board of the Admiralty, 1801-09-20
Outlining his 'new and good method of finding the longitude'.
Letter from l'Abbé de Pellizer on finding the longitude by transits of the moon, 1789-09-12
Letters from J.E. Pellizer on a method of finding longitude, 1803 - 1804
One letter is illustrated [RGO 14/12: 400a r].
Memoir for the correction of time, showing a new system of the Universe, 1793
With an easy method of correcting the longitude at sea and land.
Printed pamphlet stating the facts of a legal case involving Pellizer, 1804-11
The pamphlet concerns the case of Pellizer versus Manuel de las Heras, for the retention of money.
Reports by the Astronomer Royal, 1783 - 1809
Reports from Nevil Maskelyne on the merits of petitions submitted to the Board of Longitude. Most of the petitions are concerned with various methods of discovering longitude at sea. Includes a report titled 'Remarks on Mr Earnshaw's Petition', and a list of Charles Mason's papers presented to the Board of Longitude.