Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Copy of a letter clarifying the maker of a chronometer delivered by Mr Jones of Charing Cross, 1826-12-10
Copies of outgoing correspondence from Astronomer Royal, John Pond, and his assistant, Thomas Taylor, at the Royal Observatory. Some of the letters are addressed to chronometer makers. Note that correspondence to more than one person often appears on the same page.
Correspondence on chronometers, 1876 - 1878
Correspondence on longitudes and latitudes, 1873 - 1903
Correspondence on time balls and signals, 1866 - 1870
From P.J. Chester J. Laidlaw, Colaba War Hospital, Bombay, 13 Jan. 1917
Is feeling much better, although the doctor tells him his heart is 'a little flabby'; a young lady who plays Debussy and Scriabin on Malabar Hill; has 'got the whole of Casanova for 6 shillings'
From P.J. Chester J. Laidlaw, Colaba War Hospital, Bombay, 29 Jan. 1917
Long delay in receiving mail; has not received The Cambridge Magazine lately; has been reading Mendel; effects of war on Bombay; soon to leave for Agra
Letter from Captain Huddart, 1780-03-25
Letter regarding eclipses of Jupiter's satellites observed at Bombay.
Letter from G E Sutcliffe to Sir George Howard Darwin; written at Bombay, 1900-12-05
Letter from G E Sutcliffe to Sir George Howard Darwin; written at Bombay
Letter from James Horsburgh, Bombay, 1804-05-31
The letter contains observations of the first and second satellites of Jupiter in 1803.
Letter from William Erskine to Mrs Ashburner; written at Bombay envelope provided and annotated by Darwin I in, 1817-05-21
Letter from William Erskine to Mrs Ashburner; written at Bombay envelope provided and annotated by Darwin I in
Letters from observatories, 1864 - 1869
Letters from observatories, 1869 - 1872
Observations and calculations of longitude, 1854 - 1860
Papers on determining galvanic longitudes, 1878 - 1888
Papers on magnetism, 1836 - 1848
Papers on the tides, 1878 - 1927
[table of tide measurements]; secondary type: note, 1884-01-01 - 1884-01-31
Letter from [unidentified] to Sir George Howard Darwin; written at Bombay in enclosed with See next item?