Hamilton, William Rowan, Sir, 1805 - 1865 (Knight, mathematician)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence on visitor admissions, 1835 - 1848
Correspondence on visitor admissions, 1849 - 1854
Correspondence on weights and measures, 1838 - 1848
Mathematical theories and calculations, 1835 - 1848
Mathematical theories and calculations, mainly pure but some applied, by A. de Morgan, J. Forbes, Sir W.R. Hamilton and others. There are papers on binomial theorem, conic sections, spherical trigonometry, mathematical tables and the quadrature of a circle.
Mathematical theories and calculations, 1857 - 1858
Mathematical theories and calculations, 1859 - 1860
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1848
Airy's miscellaneous personal correspondence for 1848, including requests for clocks and nautical almanacs and an extract from a book by J.F.W. Herschel called 'Outlines of Astronomy'. The correspondents include J.B. Biot, J.D. Forbes, W.R. Hamilton, J.F.W. Herschel, O.M. Mitchel, G.A.A. Plana, L.A. Quetelet, H.C. Schumacher, H. Lloyd, W.H. Smyth, F.G.W. Struve and J.R. Young.
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1857 - 1859
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1862 - 1869
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1873 - 1875
Official and scientific correspondence, 1823 - 1830
Airy's official and scientific correspondence, volume 1, including letters from Amici, Baily, Beaufort, Bouvard, Brewster, Carlini, Cerquene, Colby, Davy, Gambart, Garvey, Gilbert, Hamilton, Herschel, Hudson, Hussey, Jenkins, Lardner, Lax, Maclear, Pearson, Pond, Rigaud, Robinson, Rumker, Sabine, Sanchis, Schumacher, South, Stratford and Young, with an index to the correspondents at the end. There are a few letters in French and Italian.
Official and scientific correspondence, 1830 - 1832
Airy's official and scientific correspondence, volume 2, including letters from Arago, Auber, Baily, Barrow, Beaufort, Becker, Cooper, De Morgan, Encke, Forbes, Foster, Gambert, Gilbert, Gregory, Hamilton, Harcourt, Henderson, Herschel, Hudson, Hussey, Inman, Innes, Lax, Lubbock, Maclear, Princess Olive, Parrot, Pearson, Quetelet, Robinson, Schumacher, Sheepshanks, Stratford, Taylor, Tiarks and Tyson, with an index to the correspondents at the end. There are a few letters in French.
Papers on ancient eclipses, 1851 - 1852
Papers from a volume titled 'Chronology', concerned mainly with ancient eclipses. The correspondents include P.A. Hansen, J.R. Hind, J.W. Bosanquet, H. Malden, R.I. Murchison, W.R. Hamilton, J.C. Adams, W.H. Smyth, F. Beaufort and C. Hansteen. There are two maps of Asia Minor and of Tunis, and two Admiralty Charts of the coast of Tunis and the Gulf of Kabes.
Papers on determining galvanic longitudes, 1852 - 1854
Papers on Neptune and the minor planets, 1834 - 1884
Papers on optics, 1827 - 1848
Papers on the tides, 1839 - 1844
- Bristol 2
- Dublin 2
- Asia Minor 1
- Cambridge 1
- Deptford 1