Found in 164 Collections and/or Records:
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
Offprint from the National Review; and photographs (27).
Accounts of travelling expenses on various journeys in England and Ireland, and between the two countries, 77 folios. Fos 1-4 and 13v-77 are blank.
Acts relating to the formation of the Board of Longitude and the proposal of a reward for the discovery of an accurate method of finding longitude at sea, 1713 - 1821
There are Supplementary Acts regarding navigation and surveying the chief ports and headlands of Great Britain and Ireland; John Harrison and his chronometer; and discovering a northern passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and for making a journey to the North Pole.
Analysis of Irish tide observations at Old Head, Mullaghmore, Buncrana, Port Rush, Carrowkeel and Ballycastle.
Analysis of Irish tide observations at Glenarm, Donaghadee, Ardglass, Clougher Head, Kingstown and Courtown.
Analysis of Irish tide observations at Dunmore East, New Ross, Passage West and Castletownsend. The volume also includes the epitome of the analysis of the individual stations; a list of the Moon's declinations; the diurnal and tertio-diurnal tide at Dunmore East and Courtown; and calculations titled 'Irregularities in the values of A as given by Analysis at the different stations collected'.
Copy of "Home Rule" by Harold Spender.
Articles, books and pamphlets, many by LSA or with contributions and annotations by him, 1912 - 1914
"Against Home Rule, the case for the Union" and an issue of the Covenanter with an article by Leo Amery on keeping the Union.
Authentische Geschichte des Klosters der unbeschuhten Franziskaner aus Irland und Schottland oder sogenannte Hiberner bei St Ambrosius in Prag 1629-1786
Contents: (p. 1) text in German, beginning 'Durch die zu Ende des xvi Jahrunderts unter der Köningin Elisabeth', and ending 'so werden dieselben hier unterdrückt'; (p. 7) 'Nachrichten über einige merkwürdigen Persönlichkeiten irländischer und schottischer Abkunft'; (p. 9) copy of a Latin foundation charter, the original being in the University Library, Prague; (p. 11) 'Erlaüterung des beiliegerenden bildlichen Prospektes'.
Fos 1, 61-4: mutilated. Inside front cover: 'No. 253', and bookplate of E. Knight. On fly-leaf: 'Dr Routh's sale of MSS at Sotheby's 1855.'
Correspondence between Sir Thomas Troubridge and others on a proposed link between a ferry and Irish railways at Blacksod Bay [County Mayo, Ireland] for the fishing trade, with plan of the bay showing the proposed new rail route.
"The Common Market, the case against" by [John] Enoch Powell.
Cutting and texts of articles, letters and memoranda by LSA for the British Covenant against Irish Home Rule, with a petition form against the Home Rule Bill and issue of the Covenanter.
Rough notes, papers and correspondence, mainly with Stuart Bell, secretary of the body’s steering committee, on the body’s draft constitution and membership, with a briefing for a follow-up meeting with Sir Geoffrey Howe [Foreign Secretary].
Calculations for Irish tides, including tables of diurnal tides in conjunction with the Moon's transit and high and low water levels; computation of equations for diurnal tides and attempts to find their solution; and a model of the instrument used for the tidal observations.
Calculations for Irish tides, including tables of corrections for diurnal tides and the rise of the tide. There are computations and analysis of the tides at Kilbaha, Kilrush, Foynes Island, Limerick, Cashel Bay and Galway.
Contains cuttings referring to the biography of WSC, ‘Battle’, with a minority of photographs and cuttings concerning other topics, 1932-08-30 - 1940-11-09
Foreign Policy: Riots in Ireland; Soviet Union begins the second of its five year plans.
Career: Release of Hugh Martin’s biography of WSC, aptly entitled ‘Battle’, results in the press re-examining almost every episode of any interest in WSC’s early life. ‘Battle’ is given a variety of complementary reviews from a comprehensive selection of newspapers.
Comprising: Home, Clevedon, Eton; Sandhurst and Examinations; The Grenadier Guards; Racing: a Story of the Inevitable; Ireland; Canada; South African War 1900-1902; Tennis, Hunting, Stalking, Golf, Fishing and Shooting; The First German War: France and Belgium; Italy; Some Notes on the Battle of Vittorio Veneto and After; From Aldershot to Washington; and War Office 1922-26.
With correspondence with Field Marshal Sir William Robertson, 1925 (2).
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.