Earnshaw, Thomas, 1749 - 1829 (maker of watches and chronometers)
Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
A journal of the situation of HMS Providence at noon during her late voyage on discoveries, 1795-10-11 - 1797-05-16
Account of comparisons of the timekeepers Nos. 82, 176, 520 and 1736 with the standard, No. 543, 1801-10-31 - 1803-04-11
Account of the going of Mr Earnshaw's box timekeeper No.1 at the Royal Observatory, 1798-01-01 - 1799-01-01
Account of the going of Mr Earnshaw's box timekeeper No.2 at the Royal Observatory, 1798-01-01 - 1799-01-01
'An Account of the going of Dr Maskelyne's new Chronometer N.309 made by Mr T. Earnshaw', 1799 - 1811
Astronomical observations for determining the latitude of the ship, and her longitude, 1794-10-11 - 1797-05-16
Also included is a list of French phases compiled by Captain Flinders while imprisoned on the island of Mauritius [RGO 14/66/3: 56].
Comparisons of the timekeepers E520 and A1736 with the standard timekeeper, No. 543, 1803-04-21 - 1803-05-27
Folios 214r-222v are inverted in the volume.
Copy of a letter to Captain Beaufort concerning the order to issue a chronometer by Earnshaw to HMS Hermes, 1831-08-29
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