South, James, 1785-1867
VIAF ID: 52468442
|Charges against the president and councils of the Royal society
|Observations of the apparent distances and positions of 380 double and triple stars, made in the years 1821, 1822 and 1823 and compared with those of other astronomers, together with an account of such changes as appear to have taken place in them since their first discovery, also a description of a five-feet equatorial instrument employed in the observations, by J. F. W. Herschel,... and James South,...
|On the Discordances between the Sun's Observed and Computed Right Ascensions, as Determined at the Blackman-Street Observatory, during the years 1821 and 1822 ; with Experiments to Show that They Did Not Originate in Instrumental Derangement also a Description of the Seven-feet Transit with Which the Observations were Procured, and upon which, the Experiments Were Made. By James South, ESQ. F. R. S. Lond. & Edin. F. L. S. M [...] From the Philosophical Transactions.
|On the Occultation of [Delta] Piscium by the Moon, Observed in Black-Street, in Latitude 51° 30' 2'', 97 N., Longitude 21,76 seconds of Time West of Greenwich, in the month of February... . By James South, Esq. Vice-President of the Astronomical Society From the Memoirs of the Astronomical Society of London.
|Refutation of the numerous mistatements and fallacies contained in a paper presented to the Admiralty by Dr. Thomas Young,... and printed by order of the House of commons, dated 19th March, 1829, by James South,...
|Reply to a letter in the "Morning chronicle" relative to the interest which the British government evinces in the promotion of astronomical science, by James South,...
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