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Issue: 010, 26/02/28 p. 152
Heading: Conductibility of Electricity
Category: Physics   
Topic: [Conductibility of electricity in a body dependent on quantity of electricity]
Institution: Academie des Sciences   
Issue: 019, 28/03/28 p. 299
Heading: Mr. Carpenter`s Microcosm, Regent Street
Category: Physics   Mechanics   Microscopy   
Topic: [Public exhibition using fourteen microscopes, in London]
Person: CARPENTER, Mr.   
Issue: 030, 14/05/28 p. 472, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Acoustics), Para 4
Category: Physics   Sound   
Topic: Motions of Sand on Metallic Plates and Agitated Membranes
Person: CHLADNI, (of Berlin)   SAVART, M.   SCHWEIGGER   
Source: Schweigger`s Jahrbuch, xx.176   

Issue: 030, 14/05/28 p. 472, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 6
Category: Physics   Light   
Topic: Coloured Shadows. [Violet tinge of Alps explained]

Issue: 030, 14/05/28 p. 472, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 6
Category: Physics   Microscopy   
Topic: Test of Microscopes. [A good test is a butterfly`s wing]
Person: GORING, Dr.   

Issue: 031, 28/05/28 p. 489, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Acoustics), Para 5
Category: Physics   Sound   
Topic: Medium of Sound

Issue: 031, 28/05/28 p. 489, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 7
Category: Physics   Light   
Topic: Inflection of Light. [If a luminous body is looked at through thin cloth, it is multiplied]

Issue: 032, 04/06/28 p. 505, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Optics, Para 6
Category: Physics   Light   
Topic: Colours of the Sea. [Description of the varied appearance of the sea]

Issue: 034, 18/06/28 p. 537, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 6
Category: Astronomy   Physics   Light   
Topic: Light of the Moon
Person: BONGUER, M.   DE LA HIRE, M.   

Issue: 040, 30/07/28 p. 636, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 6
Category: Astronomy   Physics   Light   
Topic: Rapidity of Light. [c=170,000 miles per second]
Person: HERSCHEL   

Issue: 044, 27/08/28 p. 701, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Meteorology), Para 5
Category: Meteorology   Physics   Light   
Topic: Sunset on the Alps. [Description of effects of light and mist]
Source: Saussure: Voyages dans les Alpes   

Issue: 048, 24/09/28 p. 766, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Acoustics), Para 6
Category: Physics   Sound   
Topic: Mountain Echo. [Repeated Alpine echoes described by Lord Byron as if animate]
Person: BYRON, Lord   
Source: Saussure: Voyages dans les Alpes   

Issue: 049, 01/10/28 p. 781, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Acoustics), Para 6
Category: Physics   Sound   
Topic: Concord and Discord
Source: Magazine of Natural History   

Issue: 051, 15/10/28 p. 811, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Conchology), Para 3
Category: Zoology   Mollusca   Physics   Light   
Topic: Beautiful Light of the Glow-shell. [The phosphorescence observed in shells of the genus Pholas may be extinguished in certain, especially dry, conditions. White, yellow, green, red and violet-coloured substances react in different ways to contact with the liquor which produces the phosphorescent effect]

Issue: 051, 15/10/28 p. 812, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Aromatology), Para 5
Category: Physics   Chemistry   Electricity   
Topic: Odours affected by Electricity. [An electric current causes camphor, or any "odoriferous substance", to lose its smell. This returns if the substance has contact with the ground]
Person: LIBRI, M. (of Florence)   

Issue: 054, 05/11/28 p. 861, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 9
Category: Physics   Light   
Topic: Light and Darkness. [Without darkness there would be no perceptible light]
Person: LE SAYA, M.   

Issue: 058, 03/12/28 p. 924, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Optics), Para 11
Category: Medicine   Opthalmology   Physics   Optics   
Topic: Reading Glasses known to the Ancients
Person: PLINY   SENECA   

Issue: 063, 07/01/29 p. 14, Section: Popular Literature
Heading: Biographical, Para 4
Category: Physics   Science   Professional Ethics   Literature   Biography   
Topic: Newton and Stillingfleet. [Whiston, who wrote the "Theory of the Earth" reports that he angered Newton by contradicting him, and was publicly silenced out of fear of angering Newton further, and even of killing him. There are other examples of professional rifts, such as that of Stillingfleet and Locke]
Source: Whiston: Theory of the Earth   

Issue: 067, 04/02/29 p. 78, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Botany), Para 7
Category: Botany   Physics   Optics   Light   
Topic: Alpine Flowers. [Do the brilliant alpine flowers, in some sense take their colours from the intense blue sky?]

Issue: 076, 08/04/29 p. 217-218
Heading: The Museum of Thoughts. IV.--Novalis
Category: Science   Philosophy   Logic   Metaphysics   Psychology   Chemistry   Physics   Mathematics   Poetry   Literature   
Topic: [A series of definitions of the nature of thought and thinking]

Issue: 083, 27/05/29 p. 332-333
Heading: Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Vibrations   Sound   
Topic: [An enthusiastic account of Faraday`s lecture on] the operation of vibration on the surfaces of elastic substances
Lecture, 22/05/29
Issue: 085, 10/06/29 p. 366, Section: Varieties
Heading: Influence of the Aurora Borealis on the Magnetic Needle, Para 2
Category: Physics   Magnetism   Electromagnetism   Astronomy   Geodesy   
Topic: [There is a puzzling correspondence between the movements of the magnetic needle in Paris and the occurrence of the Aurora Borealis, visible at Casan in Siberia. Since there seems to be so much evidence against a single magnetic pole, it is possible Siberia has a peculiar magnetic pole which influences other regions]
Person: ARAGO, M.   BREWSTER, Dr.   
Institution: Academie des Sciences   

Issue: 086, 17/06/29 p. 379
Heading: Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Optics   Microscopy   Glass   Natural History   Art   
Topic: [Farraday`s] experiments [in association with Dollond] to obtain a perfect material for the object-glasses of telescopes. [Account of the variable refracting properties of different densities of glass.] [At the same meeting, the exhibition of a specimen of New Forest Oak timber, to show its strength, by Mrs. Jones and Mr. Henning]
Institution: Royal Institution   Royal Society   Society of Objects in Natural History and the Fine Arts   
Lecture, June, 1829
Issue: 093, 05/08/29 p. 491, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Phenomena on Boring for Water, Para 5
Category: Geology   Physics   Magnetism   
Topic: [A water-boring instrument became magnetized by its passage through calcareous and siliceous earth]

Issue: 103, 14/10/29 p. 651, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Comparative Strength of Various Substances, Para 2
Category: Physics   Engineering   
Topic: [Emerson`s experiments on the weight which can safely be withstood by : iron, brass, certain woods, freestone. Also the length to which others can be stretched before breaking: cast steel, Swedish iron, English iron, cast iron, cast copper, yellow brass, cast tin, cast lead, hemp rope]
Person: EMERSON   

Issue: 107, 11/11/29 p. 714
Heading: London University
Category: Education   Science   Astronomy   Political Economy   Physics   Chemistry   
Topic: [Opening of the ordinary session of the London University. Introductory lecture by Lardner]
Person: LARDNER, Dr.   NEWTON, Sir Isaac   LAVOISIER   WATT, James   DAVY, Sir Humphrey   AMOS, Prof.   DALE   
Institution: University of London   
Paper, 02/11/29
Issue: 110, 02/12/29 p. 763, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Degree of Expansion by Heat in Different Substances, Para 9
Category: Chemistry   Physics   Heat   
Topic: [Table of information. Degrees of expansion in heat. Different substances in solid, liquid and gas forms]
Person: ARNOTT   
Source: Arnott: Physics   
Issue: 115, 09/01/30 p. 14, Section: Science
Heading: Freezing of Rivers, Para 2
Category: Meteorology   Physics   Heat   
Topic: [Various causes of the freezing of rivers. Role of the atmosphere. Analysis of statistical information on the freezing of the Seine]
Source: Annuaire of the Board of Longitude, Paris, 1828   
Institution: Board of Longitude   

Issue: 121, 20/02/30 p. 106-107, Section: Science
Heading: Paris Academy of Sciences. A Physical Phenomenon explanatory of the Circulation observed in the stem of certain Plants, Para 4
Category: Physics   Chemistry   Plant Physiology   
Topic: [Two-column extract from a report in "le Globe". Dutrochet`s experiments on the effects of heat and light upon water in a tube]
Source: Le Globe   
Institution: Academie des Sciences   

Issue: 123, 06/03/30 p. 138
Heading: Royal Institution. Foundering of Ships Prevented
Category: Inventions   Public Health   Safety   Accidents   Engineering   Physics   Microscopy   Mechanical Measuring Instruments   Manufactures   Labour   
Topic: [Two-column account of Watson`s lecture, explaining his scheme to prevent damaged ships sinking. Other paragraphs mention that, at the same meeting Dr. Wollaston`s Doublet microscope was on show, a mountain barometer, and specimens of cheap cutlery produced by division of labour]
Institution: Royal Institution   London Institution   United States American Government   
Lecture, Feb., 1830
Issue: 123, 06/03/30 p. 139
Heading: Royal Society
Category: Physics   Light   Zoology   Reptiles   Steam Power   
Topic: [Three papers: on polarized light; the skin of the crocodile; the steam-engine and its history]
Person: BREWSTER, Dr.   BELL, Charles   GILBERT, Davies   
Institution: Royal Society   
Paper[s], Feb., 1830
Issue: 124, 13/03/30 p. 154
Heading: Transmission of Sound. Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Sound   Music   
Topic: At the conversazione on Friday the 5th inst., Mr Faraday gave a most able lecture on the transmission of sound through solid conductors, and the power of such substances to render audible the sound they conduct [...] to a great distance. [Four column report]
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 5/03/1830
Issue: 126, 27/03/30 p. 186-187
Heading: Photometry. Conversazione at the Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Light   Heat   Geography   Alps   History Of Science   
Topic: [Ritchie`s lecture on] the comparison of the relative intensity of light
Source: Watson: Chemical Essays   Encyclopaedia Britannica   
Institution: Royal Institution   Royal Society   
Lecture, 19/03/1830
Issue: 126, 27/03/30 p. 187
Heading: Royal Society
Category: Physics   Light   
Topic: [Roget`s paper on the "Reflection of light from Specula" was ill attended. Many Fellows preferred coffee in the "Antiquaries room"]
Person: ROGET, Dr.   
Institution: Royal Society   
Paper, March, 1830
Issue: 127, 03/04/30 p. 206
Heading: Experiments on the Magnetic Needle
Category: Physics   Magnetism   Astronomy   Geodesy   
Topic: [The delayed progress of Humboldt`s project to observe magnetic phenomena, at equinoxes and solstices. Simultaneous observations were intended to be made at Berlin, Frisberg, Paris, St. Petersburg, the Crimea and Siberia]

Issue: 127, 03/04/30 p. 207
Heading: Mechanical Collision exemplified in Pugilism
Category: Physics   Mechanics   
Topic: [When a large and small body collide, the shock they sustain is the same]
Source: Cabinet Cyclopaedia   

Issue: 128, 10/04/30 p. 220
Heading: Radiation of Heat. Conversazione at the Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Heat   
Topic: [...]difficulties attending experiments on heat, which have led to a supposition that cold exists as a positive principle, and that it is in certain cases actually radiated from a cold body
Person: AINGER   
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 02/04/1830
Issue: 129, 17/04/30 p. 238
Heading: Equestrian Feat explained
Category: Physics   Mechanics   
Topic: The properties of compounded motions
Source: Cabinet Cyclopaedia   

Issue: 130, 24/04/30 p. 251
Heading: Royal Academy of Sciences and Belles Lettres, Brussels
Category: Mathematics   Historical Sciences   Libraries   Archaeology   Physics   Magnetism   
Topic: [...] de Chastes, on newly-discovered properties in cones of the second degree [...] Dumortier [...] on two MSS. found in the library of Tournay [...] Roman buildings [...] by M. Reuvens [...] Quetelet [...] on magnetic intensity
Institution: Royal Academy of Sciences and Belles Lettres, Brussels   
Paper[s], 03/04/1830
Issue: 131, 01/05/30 p. 266-267
Heading: On the Flowing of Sand. Conversazione at the Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Mechanics   Mechanical Properties Of Solids   Engineering   Mining   
Topic: [Sand flows out of a tube with a hole near the bottom at the same rate, whether the tube was filled up with it or nearly empty to begin with. Some of the weight must be borne by the sides of the tube. The resistance offered by sand in an open pipe makes it a useful material in mining, to confine the gunpowder when blasting rocks]
Person: FARADAY   
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 23/04/30
Issue: 132, 08/05/30 p. 283, Section: Foreign Correspondence
Heading: Munich, April, 1830, Para 2
Category: Social Sciences   Statistics   Education   Political Economy   Physics   Law   Christian Religion   
Topic: [One hundred and seventy lectures scheduled for the forthcoming summer session. The information given shows what subjects are emphasized ]
Institution: University of Munich   
Signed: "T. T."

Issue: 135, 29/05/30 p. 330-331
Heading: Production of Musical Sounds. Royal Institution. Conversazione, Friday, May 21
Category: Physics   Sound   Music   Inventions   Manufactures   History Of Civilization   General Coincident Historical Considerations   
Topic: [...]the invention and subsequent improvements of the method of arranging metallic springs, as a new principle for producing a continued musical sound. [The Athenaeum links this two-column report with that in Athenaeum 124, called "Transmission of Sound"]
Person: FARADAY   DOWLER, Dr.   DAY   MANBY, Capt.   
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 21/05/1830
Issue: 136, 05/06/30 p. 350
Heading: Aurora Borealis, Para 15
Category: Physics   Magnetism   Electromagnetism   Meteorology   Climatology   
Topic: [A description of the aurora borealis seen at St. Petersburg on the 5th May, 1830]

Issue: 137, 12/06/30 p. 362-363
Heading: Theory of Colour. Royal Institution. Conversazione, Friday, June 4
Category: Physics   Optics   Light   Psychology   Philosophy   Medicine   Nervous System   Sense Organs   The Eye   Sight   Vision   Art   
Topic: [Brockedon on colour. Its pleasure and interest. The spectrum. Primary or "primitive" colours. Complementary or "antagonist" colours. White and black. Black letters on printed posters "much modified by the complementary hue of the surrounding ground". "The radiated membrane" recently discovered in the human eye. An invention by Mr. Field to help artists gauge the effects of different colour combinations]
Source: Ferguson: Lectures - Optics   
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 04/06/1830 Ed`s Mark: PARKE

Issue: 137, 12/06/30 p. 363
Heading: Royal Society. Thursday, June 10th
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   Physics   Electricity   Engineering   
Topic: [1. Thompson of Glasgow on minerals. 2. Fox on the electric current. 3. Members, including Brunel, elected Fellows]
Person: ROGET, Dr.   THOMPSON, Dr.   FOX   BRUNEL   
Institution: Royal Society   
, 10/06/1830
Issue: 138, 19/06/30 p. 378-379
Heading: Royal Institution. Conversazione, Friday, June 11
Category: Physics   Sound   Music   Inventions   Time   Time Measurement   
Topic: The lecture of this evening was one of several delivered this and the last season, in which the ingenious researches of Mr. Wheatstone have [...]contributed to the interest among the members [...] by the [...]developement, and [...] discoveries of the principles of sound
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 11/06/1830 Ed`s Mark: PARKES

Issue: 138, 19/06/30 p. 378
Heading: Northern Asia. [Extracts from the Correspondence of Dr. Erman]
Category: Geography   Social Anthropology   Asia   Tibet   Russian Empire   Physics   Magnetism   Electromagnetism   Philosophy Of Science   Religion   
Topic: A Visit to the Lamas of Siberia. [Extracts from an originally private correspondence between Dr. Erman in Tibet and his father, Professor Erman in Berlin. They are introduced by an editorial note: "To the scientific observer, they will afford novel and attractive matter, whether his pursuits be directed to the spacious field of nature, or the less sublime, though scarcely less interesting, study of man"]
Person: HANSTEEN, Prof. (of Christiana)   DUE, Lieut. (of Christiana)   ERMAN, Dr.   ERMAN, Prof.   CHAMBA-LAMA   DALAI-LAMA of THIBET   GENTIMUR, Prince (Officer of the Cossacks)   
Letter, Spring, 1829 Ed`s Mark: SMITH

Issue: 138, 19/06/30 p. 382
Category: Astronomy   The Sun   Physics   Optics   Light   
Topic: [At Lyons, a circle of primary colours has been observed round the sun]

Issue: 139, 26/06/30 p. 398
Category: Exploration   Geography   North Atlantic Ocean   Iceland   Botany   Physics   Magnetism   Electromagnetism   
Topic: [The Russian government will send Capt. Lutke on a North Atlantic expedition to observe the variations of the magnetic needle]
Person: LUTKE, Capt.   MERTENS, Mr.   
Institution: Imperial Academy of Sciences   

Issue: 140, 03/07/30 p. 414
Heading: Preservation of Wine, Para 11
Category: Food   Wine-making   Physics   Engineering   Inventions   
Topic: [...]M. Collardeau contrived a machine which he presented to the Academie des Sciences, for trying the strength of bottles by an arrangement similar to Bramah`s hydraulic press..
Person: COLLARDEAU, M.   
Institution: Academie des Sciences   

Issue: 140, 03/07/30 p. 414
Heading: Substitute for Fire, Para 12
Category: Physics   Heat   Engineering   Inventions   
Topic: [A new machine which produces heat]

Issue: 142, 17/07/30 p. 443-444
Heading: Steam-Carriages
Category: Steam Power   Physics   Mechanics   Engineering   Philosophy Of Science   Theory And Practice   
Topic: [The limitations of steam power. Steam engines could not be made to go up hills without making them wastefully large. As yet this only makes them suitable for level railways. It is impossible to predict what future changes may be made. In the case of steam navigation it took from 1736 (when the idea of steam-boats was first patented) to 1805, to put a boat to sea]
Ed`s Mark: PARKE

Issue: 142, 17/07/30 p. 444
Heading: Sheathing of Ships
Category: Engineering   Materials Testing   Ships   Physics   Chemistry   Philosophy Of Science   Theory And Practice   
Topic: [Copper bottoms for ships are effective at stopping shells and seaweeds attaching themselves but the copper soon wears out. If the copper is in contact with zinc or iron, this does not happen. (Davy made some unsuccessful experiments on "sheathing" ships and another unnamed "scientific man" is working on the same thing now). Even if this research into electric action on metals may not be applied to the cladding of ships, it may be applied to other structures or in building]
Person: DAVY, Sir Humphrey   
Ed`s Mark: PARKE

Issue: 142, 17/07/30 p. 445-446
Heading: Chronoglobion, Para 1
Category: Astronomy   Physics   Inventions   Mechanical Measuring Instruments   Time   
Topic: This most ingenious contrivance exhibits [the time, the time of day all over the globe, day of the month, motion of the earth, motion of the sun, position of earth and sun, the position of the moon in relation to the earth and sun, the turning of the moon and its eclipses]
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

Issue: 143, 24/07/30 p. 460
Heading: Velocity of Bodies. To the Editor of the Athenaeum
Category: Ornithology   Animal Physiology   Flight   Physics   Mechanics   Fluid Mechanics   Aeromechanics   Steam Power   
Topic: [Letter responding to a short item in Athenaeum, Issue 142, p. 446, on the estimated speeds of different birds in the air. The letter says the paragraph in question makes a common mistake. It does not take into account the movements of the wind. It is the same mistake as overestimating the speed at which a steam boat travels by discounting the speed of the wind]
Letter Signed: "H."; Ed`s Mark: PARKE

Issue: 143, 24/07/30 p. 462
Heading: A Literary Radical, Para 13
Category: Philosophy   Natural Philosophy   Natural History   Physics   Astronomy   
Topic: [The Athenaeum has seen the prospectus of a book by Sieber. It "will embrace medicine, physics, poetry, philosophy, and politics" and will surely be "among the aberrations of literary radicalism or radical hallucination"]
Person: SIEBER, Francis William   NEWTON, Sir Isaac   ARISTOTLE   BACON, Lord   LOCKE   
Source: Sieber: Systeme de la Nature Physique et Spirituelle   
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

Issue: 150, 11/09/30 p. 575
Heading: Height of the Caucasus, Para 11
Category: Geography   Geodesy   Mountains   Caucasus   Alps   Physics   Magnetism   
Topic: [The highest mountains in the Caucasus are higher than Mont Blanc. The force of magnetism is affected by altitude]

Issue: 155, 16/10/30 p. 649
Heading: The Moon`s Rays
Category: Astronomy   The Moon   Physics   Light   Heat   Chemistry   Meteorology   
Topic: [Moonlight and sunlight compared]
Signed: P. C.; Ed`s Mark: Philip Cunningham

Issue: 155, 16/10/30 p. 654
Heading: Colour of the Red Sea, Para 12
Category: Physics   Optics   Light   Biology   
Topic: [Ehrenberg says the colour of the Red Sea comes from an Oscillatoria, "one of those Lilliputian products, which holds a place between the animal and vegetable kingdoms"
Person: EHRENBERG   
Source: Ehrenberg: Travels in Egypt   
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

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Issue: 001, 02/01/28 p. 8-10
Heading: The Sciences
Category: Physics   
Title: Elements of Physics; or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical
Author: ARNOTT, Neil   

Issue: 042, 13/08/28 p. 660-661
Heading: Watkins on Electro-Magnetism
Category: Physics   Electromagnetism   
Title: A Popular Sketch of Electro-Magnetism, or Electro-Dynamics; with Plates of the most approved Apparatus for Illustrating the principal Phenomena of the Science, and Outlines of the Parent Sciences Electricity and Magnetism
Author: WATKINS, Francis   

Issue: 087, 24/06/29 p. 389
Heading: Natural Philosophy
Category: Physics   Chemistry   
Title: Principles of Natural Philosophy; or, a New Theory of Physics, founded on Gravitation, and applied in Explaining the General Properties of Matter, the Phenomena of Chemistry, Electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism, and Electro-Magnetism
Author: EXLEY, Thomas   
Attribution: Associate of the Bristol Philosophical and Literary Society
Institution: Bristol Philosophical and Literary Society   

Issue: 094, 12/08/29 p. 497-498
Heading: The Pursuit of Knowledge
Category: Physics   Mechanics   Barometers   Philosophy Of Science   
Title: The Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Vol. III. Part I. The Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties; illustrated by Anecdotes

Issue: 101, 30/09/29 p. 609
Heading: Mechanics
Category: Mechanics   Physics   Engineering   Mathematics   
Title: A concise System of Mechanics in Theory and Practice, with Original and Practical Remarks, Rules, Experiments, Tables, and Calculations, for the Use of Practical Men
Author: HAY, James   
Attribution: Land Surveyor

Issue: 110, 02/12/29 p. 749-750
Heading: Elements of Physics, Etc
Category: Physics   Natural Philosophy   Philosophy Of Science   Heat   
Title: Elements of Physics, or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, explained independently of Technical Mathematics. In two volumes. Volume II. Part I comprehending the subjects of Heat and Light
Author: ARNOTT, Neil   
Attribution: M. D.; Of the Royal College of Physicians
Institution: Royal College of Physicians   

Issue: 111, 09/12/29 p. 768-770
Heading: Elements of Physics, Etc. (Concluded from p. 749)
Category: Physics   Light   Optics   Medicine   Sense Organs   
Title: Elements of Physics, or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, explained independently of Technical Mathematics. In two volumes. Volume II. Part I. comprehending the subjects of Heat and Light
Author: ARNOTT, Neil   
Attribution: M.D.; Of the Royal College of Physicians
Institution: Royal College of Physicians   

Issue: 120, 13/02/30 p. 82-83
Heading: Sir H. Davy`s Posthumous Work
Category: Philosophy Of Science   History Of Science   Christian Religion   Geology   Astronomy   Physics   Chemistry   
Title: Consolations in Travel; or, The Last Days of a Philosopher
Author: DAVY, Sir Humphrey   
Attribution: Late President of the Royal Society
Institution: Royal Society   

Issue: 123, 06/03/30 p. 135
Category: Physics   Time   Education   Children   Popularization Of Science   
Title: Conversations on Comparative Chronology
Author: ANON   

Issue: 127, 03/04/30 p. 201
Category: Science   Encyclopaedias   Political Economy   Social Sciences   Geography   Geodesy   Philosophy   Mathematics   Physics   
Title: Encyclopaedia Britannica: Seventh Edition; with the Supplement to the former Editions incorporated. Vol. I. Part I.

Issue: 132, 08/05/30 p. 276-278
Heading: Lardner`s Cabinet Cyclopaedia
Category: Encyclopaedias   Physics   Mechanics   Popularization Of Science   Philosophy Of Science   History Of Science   Philosophy   Natural Philosophy   Manufactures   Labour   Inventions   Creativity   
Title: A Treatise on Mechanics
Author: KATER, Capt. Henry   LARDNER, Rev. Dionysius   
Attribution: R. S.; LL. D.; F. R. S.

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