Miscellaneous correspondence, 1898 - 1901
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Miscellaneous correspondence concerning lighting-up times in Belfast, magnetic elements, W. Powis of Canada on 'a contribution to the science of Astronomy', requests for information about books on astronomy, and the Sun's apparent diameter, 1898.
Miscellaneous correspondence concerning lighting-up times in Belfast, telegram codes, Greenwich publications, correspondence with Ralph Sadler and phases of the Moon, 1899.
Miscellaneous correspondence concerning sunrise at Lincoln, gravitation, star atlases, the rotation of the Moon, comets, Venus and the equinoxes, 1900.
Miscellaneous correspondence concerning Mars, the visibility of Polaris and the Southern Cross, questions on astronomical books and atlases, sunrise and sunset times, sunrise at Alexandria, the 'Nautical Almanac' and gravity, 1901.
- 1898 - 1901
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