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Abhandl account Alexandre Guy PINGRE Andreas Johannes LEXELL Aout Berlin Berolinensia CAILLE CASSINI de Thury Cesar François CASSINI Charles LE MONNIER Charles MESSIER comete Commentarii Bononienses concerning Deel determiner difference eclipse eclipseos Eclipsis lunae Edmund HALLEY etoiles fixes Eustachius habitae Handl Hauteur du pole hauteurs meridiennes HIRE Hist Ibid Ibidem Jacques CASSINI Jacques Philippe MARALDI James SHORT Janv Jean Dominique CASSINI Jean PICARD Jerome le François Johann Elert BODE John Joseph Jerome jovis Juill June jupiter's l'Ac l'Acad l'eclipse de lune l'eclipse du soleil l'eclipse totale L'ISLE l'observatoire royal LANDE latitude LEXELL longitude lunar Mathem Memoire method Miscell moon Nevil MASKELYNE Nicolas Louis Nova Acta Acad Novi Commentar observata Observation de l'eclipse Observation du passage Observationes Observations astronomiques observed parallaxe passage de Venus Petropolitanae Philos Phys Pierre Charles planetarum planetes satellites de jupiter saturne solar stars Transact transit of Venus Upsaliensis Veneris Vetensk
Page 5 - An improved solution of a problem in physical astronomy : by which, swiftly converging series are obtained, which are useful in computing the perturbations of the motions of the Earth, Mars and Venus, by their mutual attraction.
Page 491 - The treaty with Spain required, that the commissioners for running the boundary line between the territory of the United States and his Catholic Majesty's provinces of East and West Florida should meet at the Natchez, before the expiration of six months after the exchange of the ratifications, which was effected at Aranjuez on the 25th day of April; and the troops of his Catholic Majesty, occupying any posts within the limits of the United States, were, within the same period, to be withdrawn.
Page 69 - Second mémoire, sur la détermination de la parallaxe de la lune et de la courbure du méridien, contenant les observations faites depuis la fin d'Avril jusqu'au commencement de Septembre, 1752.
Page 101 - Observations for determining the Length of a Degree of Latitude in the Provinces of Maryland and Pennsylvania, by Messieurs Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon.
Page 41 - Astronomical observations on the planets Venus and Mars, made with a .view to determine the heliocentric longitude of their nodes and the greatest inclination of their orbits.
Page 316 - A Deduction of the Quantity of the Sun's Parallax from the Comparison of the several Observations of the late Transit of Venus, made in Europe, with those made in George Island in the South Sea: Communicated by Mr.
Page 284 - ... Marivaux, P. de. — The Agreeable Surprise. A Comedy etc. In : Poetical Blossoms, etc., London, 12mo. / BM, 238. g. 9. (419) Marmontel, J.-F.— Moral Tales. Vol. III. London : T. Becket & PA De Hondt. 12mo. Pr. 3s. / SM, XXVIII, Mar., 145. / BM, 12514. c. 29. / See No. 324 supra. (420) Messier, C. — "A Memoir, containing the History of the Return of the famous Comet of 1682, with Observations on the same...
Page 138 - Of an Appearance of Light, like a Star, seen in the Dark Part of the Moon, on Friday the 7th of March, 1794, by Wm.
Page 47 - The Observations of the Internal Contact of Venus With the Sun's Limb, in the Late Transit, Made in Different Places of Europe. Compared With the Time of the Same Contact Observed at the Cape of Good Hope, and the Parallax of the Sun From Thence Determined,