Found in 165 Collections and/or Records:
Daily Irish tide observations taken at Cashla Bay, Galway, Old Head and Mulloughmore between 23 June and 23 August 1842.
Daily Irish tide observations taken at Lough Swilly, Portrush, Carrowkeel and Ballycastle between 23 June and 23 August 1842. The volume also includes a scale, the purpose of which is unknown.
Daily Irish tide observations taken at Glenarm, Donagadee, Ardglass and Clougher Head between 23 June and 23 August 1842.
Daily Irish tide observations taken at Kingstown, Courtown Harbour, Dunmore East and New Ross between 23 June and 24 August 1842.
Daily Irish tide observations taken at Passage West and Castletownsend between 23 June and 24 August 1842.
Includes: letters from Oliver Cromwell; papers on Dorset, including Monmouth's Rebellion and the Glorious Revolution; papers on Ireland, including Lord Justices' papers, proceedings of courts martial and papers on Irish Papists; papers on the fortifications of Portsmouth [Hampshire]; Ordnance Office papers; personal and regimental and accounts, lists and bonds.
General papers and calculations relating to Irish tides, including orders to assistants, accounts, schemes for reductions of results, and theories of tides. There are also tracings and maps of stations and levellings, and a memoir by Airy for the 'Philosophical Transactions'.
Includes correspondence with Liam Cosgrave (Taoiseach), John ("Jack") Lynch (Taoiseach before and after Cosgrave) and Gordon Reece
Also includes briefing notes for MT from "“NF" [Nigel Forman] and John Houston (Conservative Research Department) for her meeting with Dr Garret FitzGerald (Irish Foreign Minister), and Ambassador O'Sullivan, March 1975
Cuttings reporting on WSC's speeches in the House of Commons, on subjects including: army spending; the Budget; trade; Ireland; the Empire; the Colonial Office; Free Trade; South Africa.
From "The Times".
Press cuttings relating to Sandys visits to India and Ceylon [later Sri Lanka], December 1962-3, 1962 - 1963
And cuttings relating to his visits to British Guiana [later Guyana], 1962-63, and Dublin, May 1963
Report of a conference between Henry Leslie, Bishop of Down, and certain Presbyterian ministers at Belfast, 10 and 12 August 1636. There is some additional matter at the end, and scribblings on fos 1r and 16v.
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin