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Miscellaneous correspondence, 1856 - 1863

 Sub-Series
Reference Code: GBR/0180/RGO 6/380

Scope and Contents

Airy's miscellaneous correspondence with, among others, J.C. Adams, W.C. Armstrong, J.B. Biot, G. Bishop, Mr Bloxam, A. Caswell, J. Challis, J. Cockle, A. d'Abbadie, W. Dension, A.A. De La Rive, W. De La Rue, A. de Morgan, R.L.J. Ellery, J.D. Everett, W. Fairbairn, J.D. Forbes, J.G. Forchhammer, A. Gautier, J.M. Gillis, B.A. Gould, R. Grant, J.F.W. Herschel, J.R. Hind, J. Lee, G.B.I.T. Libri, J.T. Littrow, E. Loomis, R. Main, W.H. Miller, O.M. Mitchel, F.N.M. Moigno, R. Murchison, G.E. Paget, H.E. Roscoe, Lord Rosse, K.L.C. Rümker, E.S.G. Santini, P.A. Secchi, A. Smith, C.P. Smyth, W.H. Smyth, F. Struve, W. Whewell and Mr Whitbread. The papers include a pamphlet, in French, containing scientific and literary documents of J.B. Biot; a circular describing the areas covered by two lectures on the history and instruments of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich; a newspaper cutting from 'The Sydney Morning Herald', 15 February 1861, describing a vase presented to Lady Denison by her friends on her leaving the colony; printed testimonials in favour of S.J. Mackie and J.D. Everett; and a petition addressed to the French Senate concerning G.B.I.T. Libri's affairs.

Dates

  • 1856 - 1863

Conditions Governing Access

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Extent

2 archive box(es) (2 boxes)

Language of Materials

English

French

Former / Other Reference

F4/13

Finding aid date

2006-01-06 11:42:12+00:00

Includes index.

Creator

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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