Katalog der Bibliothek der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Danzig: hft. A. Mathematik. B. Astronomie. 1904.-2. hft. C. Meteorologie. D. Physik. 1908.-3. hft. E. Zeitschriften und gesellschaftsschriften. 1914

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Seite 99 - The Secular Variations of the Elements of the Orbits of the Eight Principal Planets, Mercury, Venus, the Earth, Mars, Jupiter.
Seite 74 - On the remarkable appearances at the polar regions of the planet Mars, the inclination of its axis, the position of its poles, and its spheroidical figure; with a few hints relating to its real diameter and atmosphei'e.
Seite 2 - The Construction and Analysis of Geometrical Propositions, determining the positions assumed by homogeneal bodies, which float freely, and at rest, on a fluid surface ; also Determining the Stability of Ships, and of other Floating Bodies.
Seite 98 - Ueber die Periodicität der Sonnenflecken seit dem Jahre 1618, vornehmlich in Bezug auf die heliographische Breite derselben, und Nachweis einer erheblichen Störung dieser Periodicität während eines langen Zeitraumes. Halle 1889 in 4 (Vol. 43 der Nova Acta Soc. Nat. Curios.)
Seite 97 - Observations on the graduation of astronomical Instruments; with an explanation of the method invented by the late Mr. Henry Hindley, to divide circles into any given number of parts.
Seite 97 - Smeaton, with an equatorial micrometer of his own invention and workmanship, accompanied with an investigation of a method of allowing for refraction in such kind of observations ;
Seite 70 - A Catalogue of nearly all the principal fixed Stars between the Zenith of Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, and the South Pole, reduced to the 1st of January, 1824.
Seite 31 - Ueber einen neuen Ausdruck zur Bestimmung der Dichtigkeit einer unendlich dünnen Kugelschale, wenn der Werth des Potentials derselben in jedem Punkte ihrer Oberfläche gegeben ist.
Seite 64 - The Results of Observations made at the Observatory of Trinity College, Dublin, for determining the Obliquity of the Ecliptic, and the Maximum of the Aberration of Light.
Seite 93 - Account of the Trigonometrical Operation, whereby the distance between the Meridians of the observatories of Greenwich and Paris has been determined.

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