Found in 137 Collections and/or Records:
Transcripts of mathematical and astronomical letters and papers, apparently made for the use of Isaac Newton, in various hands. Included are copies of works by R.F. Slusius, Antonio Monforte, Jacques Ozanam, G.W. Leibnitz, E.W. von Tschirnhaus, Henry Oldenburg, T.F. de Lagny, G.D. Cassini, John Craig and S. Morland.
Correspondence on observations.
Correspondence, Articles of Agreement etc. about the Publication of Flamsteed's Observations, 1705-1716
Correspondence regarding various astronomical and nautical tables.
Correspondence regarding methods for establishing latitude.
Correspondence regarding miscellaneous schemes and inventions.
Correspondence regarding methods and instruments used to establish longitude and the use of chronometers at sea, 1783 - 1828
Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by Jupiter's satellites, the planets and fixed stars, 1783 - 1828
Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by Jupiter's satellites, the planets and fixed stars, 1803 - 1828
Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by lunar methods other than lunar distances, 1779 - 1825
Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by lunar methods other than lunar distances, 1782 - 1828
Seventeen letters from Captain Matthew Flinders, his brother Lieutenant Samuel Ward Flinders, the astronomer John Crosley, Captain Thomas Hurd and the Astronomer Royal, John Pond. Also included are copies of relevant minutes of the Board of Longitude, a proposal by Captain Flinders that the whole of the calculations for the voyage should be calculated, and a petition by Samuel Ward Flinders for remuneration for work he had done on the observations.
A diary of work performed on the 'Nautical Almanac' and arrangements for its compilation and publication.
A manuscript comprising Computus Ecclesiasticus, Introductio ad Geographiam, Tractatus de Sphoera, Epitome Astronomia, and Astrolabium sev. Plani-Sphaerium.