Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
A draft of Chapter 5 entitled 'The Localisation of Properties'
Booklet on mechanics, 1767
A booklet on mechanics, with diagrams and equations of falling bodies and projectiles, autographed 'I L' (Israel Lyons).
Booklet on mechanics and falling bodies
An undated booklet by Israel Lyons on mechanics and mechanical problems and on the mathematics of falling bodies.
George Frederick Charles Searle: Notebooks and Class Experiments
John Whiteside: Philosophical Lectures
'Mechanism in Nerve Centers', 1930
This is framed as a rebuttal of Professor Alexander Forbes. Forbes wrote a letter which appeared in 'Nature' for 14th December 1929 refuting the arguments MacCurdy made in criticism of the mechanistic interpretation of reflex functions. MacCurdy here therefore justifies his own position and gives further detail to support his view about 'vicarious functions' and the central nervous system. This hinges on the definition of the term 'automatic'.
Nicholas Saunderson: Lectures
Notes on Sanderson's lectures in the hand of William Haswell. Includes: lectures on hydrostatics, sounds, optics (with others), mechanics, astronomy, tides, technical chronology, and the doctrine of heat and cold. With (fo. 128) copy of letter from James Bate to Hans Deveille, 3 Jan. 1726
Papers on engineering, 1865 - 1869
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1837 - 1848
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1848 - 1852
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1853 - 1854
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1855 - 1858
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1859 - 1862
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1862 - 1865
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1869 - 1872
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1873 - 1875
Papers on engineering and inventions, 1867 - 1877
Scheme of Observations Recommended to a Traveller, c 1665-c 1727
Under the subject headings: astronomy, geography, navigation, mechanics and minerology.
The Elements of Mechanicks, c 1665-c 1727
Papers either in Newton's hand or concerning his life and work. Subjects covered include the Royal Society, education, cosmography, mechanics, mathematics, astronomy and shipbuilding.
Treatises and other papers, 1604 - 1772
Copies and some original treatises on astronomy, longitude, optics and other subjects, dated 1607-1704, with additional notes, letters, drafts of letters and a catalogue of manuscripts, 325 folios (foliated continuously). The writing is in the hands of Flamsteed and others.