Kater, Henry, 1777 - 1835 (geodesist and metrologist)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Vouchers of John Pond and Dr Thomas Young for payments to tradesmen and others.
Vouchers of Dr Thomas Young for payments to tradesmen and others. Also includes occasional correspondence.
Three letters from Hartley, with two related letters from John Barrow and [Henry Kater].
Concerning the cost of a transit instrument and a reflecting telescope.
Concerning a treatise and a book of navigational tables by Dr Inman.
Originally enclosing a letter from John George Hartley.
Concerning Kater's application to be Naval Hydrographer.
Letter, observations and a drawing.
Includes accounts of the rates of chronometers, reports on chronometer trials, and eleven related letters.
The receipts are principally for the transport of goods and coach hire.
Recommendations by members of the Board of Longitude on the nature and conditions of the reward to be offered for the finding of longitude at sea. The correspondents include Davies Gilbert, Professor Abram Robertson and Captain Henry Kater.
Sent to Captain Kater.
Requests for the use of instruments and letters concerning the return of borrowed instruments, 1783 - 1829
Papers regarding the loan and return of instruments belonging to the Board of Longitude and concerning persons entitled to receive Board publications.
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