Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Includes information regarding salaries of members and imprest monies, financial reports and correspondence with the Admiralty.
Observations from Captain Cook's last voyage.
Captain Cook's journal of his voyage to the South Seas, including observations of variation of the compass and observations for chronometer rates.
Correspondence on observations.
A Royal Observatory letter book containing copies of outgoing correspondence concerning chronometers. Some of the letters are addressed to chronometer makers. Inverted at the back is a record of the letters received.
Correspondence regarding miscellaneous schemes and inventions.
Correspondence regarding methods and instruments used to establish longitude and the use of chronometers at sea, 1783 - 1828
Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by Jupiter's satellites, the planets and fixed stars, 1783 - 1828
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