Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Miscellaneous petitions and memorials making requests of the Board of Longitude.
Letter and proposal.
Letter to Lieutenant Samuel Ward Flinders from Robert Brown, botanist on HMS Investigator.
Enclosing two copies of a pamphlet on longitude; [RGO 14/53: 55-65] and [RGO 14/53: 66-77].
Announcing Fyot's discovery of the system of true celestial motion. Fyot was formerly a professor of mathematics at the Royal Academy at Lyon.
Concerning Antonio Maria Jaci.
Concerning the inclusion of observations taken by Mr Inman among the recalculated observations of HMS Investigator.
Includes a proposal and three letters from Weston to Sir Harry Parker.
Concerning a method of screening time-keepers from the effects of heat and cold.
Printed paper by Arnold with annotations by Nicholson. The paper is preceded by a letter to Nicholson from Sir Joseph Banks [RGO 14/26: 151]. Nicholson's comments on the paper are outlined in the letter at [RGO 14/26: 163].
Printed paper by Earnshaw with annotations by Nicholson. The paper is preceded by a letter to Nicholson from Sir Joseph Banks.