References for Nevil Maskelyne

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Books:

  1. D Howse, Nevil Maskelyne: The seaman's astronomer (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1989).

Articles:

  1. W Appelbaum, Review: Nevil Maskelyne: The seaman's astronomer, by Derek Howse, American Scientist 79 (1) (1991), 88.
  2. A Apt, Review: Nevil Maskelyne: The seaman's astronomer, by Derek Howse, Isis 82 (2) (1991), 379-380.
  3. A Chapman, Review: Nevil Maskelyne: The seaman's astronomer, by Derek Howse, British J. Hist. Sci. 23 (3) (1990), 377-379.
  4. T D Cope, A mountain in Perthshire, Pennsylvania History 21 (3) (1954), 228-238.
  5. T D Cope, 'A Clock Sent Thither by the Royal Society', Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 94 (3) (1950), 260-268.
  6. M Croarken, Tabulating the heavens: computing the Nautical almanac in 18th-century England, IEEE Ann. Hist. Comput. 25 (3) (2003), 48-61.
  7. M Croarken, Astronomical Labourers: Maskelyne's Assistants at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 1765-1811, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 57 (3) (2003), 285-298.
  8. C J Cunningham, Discovery of the missing correspondence between Carl Friedrich Gauss and the Rev. Nevil Maskelyne (1802-5), Ann. of Sci. 61 (4) (2004), 469-481.
  9. D W Dewhirst, The Greenwich-Cambridge axis. The origins, achievement and influence of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich: 1675-1975, Vistas Astronom. 20 (1-2) (1976), 109-111.
  10. J D Fernie, The Harrison-Maskelyne Affair, American Scientist 91 (5) (2003), 403-405.
  11. E G Forbes, The correspondence between Carl Friedrich Gauss and the Rev Nevil Maskelyne (1802-5), Annals of Science 27 (1971), 213-237.
  12. E G Forbes, Schultz's proposal for finding longitude at sea, J. Hist. Astronom. 2 (1) (1971), 35-41.
  13. E G Forbes, Gauss and the discovery of Ceres, J. Hist. Astronom. 2 (3) (1971), 195-199.
  14. E G Forbes, The Bicentenary of the 'Nautical Almanac' (1767), The British Journal for the History of Science 3 (4) (1967), 393-394.
  15. O Gingerich, Review: Nevil Maskelyne: The seaman's astronomer, by Derek Howse, Technology and Culture 31 (4) (1990), 869-670.
  16. D B Herrmann, Some aspects of positional astronomy from Bradley to Bessel, The origins, achievement and influence of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich: 1675-1975, Vistas Astronom. 20 (1-2) (1976), 183-186.
  17. H C King, Instrumentation of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The origins, achievement and influence of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich: 1675-1975, Vistas Astronom. 20 (1-2) (1976), 157-163.
  18. A W Lane Hall, Nevil Maskelyne, J. British Astronomical Association 43 (1932), 67-77.
  19. G S Leadstone, Maskelyne's Schehallien experiment of 1774, Physics Education 9 (1974), 452-458.
  20. J R Levene, Nevil Maskelyne, F.R.S., and the Discovery of Night Myopia, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 20 (1) (1965), 100-108.
  21. W H McCrea, The Royal Observatory and the study of gravitation, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 30 (2) (1975/76), 133-140.
  22. W H McCrea, Review: Nevil Maskelyne: The seaman's astronomer, by Derek Howse, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 45 (1) (1991), 118-120.

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