Bibliography/Sources

Appleton, J.M., ‘Stars and storms : the life and work of John Isaac Plummer, Victorian astronomer and meteorologist’ (Ipswich, England, 2012)

Armitage, J., ‘Lord John, 2nd Baron Wrottesley and the Wrottesley Hall Observatory’, AntAs, Issue 3 [2006], 5-10

Barley, Charles,’Joseph Gurney Barclay and the 1860 10-inch Cooke Refractor’, AntAs, Issue 3 (December 2006), 11-18

Beesley, D. E.,’Isaac Ward and S Andromedae’, IrAJ, 17 [2] (1985), 94-102

Bennett, J. A., Church, State and Astronomy in Ireland (The Armagh Observatory, Belfast, 1990)

Birks, John L., ‘The Penllergare Observatory’, AntAs, Issue 2 [2005], 3-8

Bruck, M. T., ‘Alice Everett and Annie Russell Maunder torch bearing women astronomers’, IrAJ, 21 [3/4] (1994 ), 280-90

Capp, Bernard, Astrology and the Popular Press: English Almanacs 1500 – 1800 (Faber and Faber, 1979)

Chapman, Allan, ‘An occupation for an independent gentleman: astronomy in the life of John Herschel’, Vistas in Astronomy, 36 [1] (1993), 71-116

Chapman, Allan, ‘The admiral and the magistrate’, Astronomy Now, May 1997, 45-48

Chapman, Allan, The Victorian Amateur Astronomer (Praxis Pub., Chichester, 1998)

Clark, Stuart, The Sun Kings: The Unexpected Tragedy of Richard Carrington and the Tale of How Modern Astronomy Began (Princeton, 2007)

Cox, Madeline, ‘Some Nottingham Astronomers’, AntAs, Issue 4 [2008], 23-34

Davidson, M., ‘Honour for Revd. T.E.R. Phillips, The Observatory, 64 (1942), 228-30

Dewhirst, David ‘Gerald Merton (1893-1983)’, QJRAS, 37 (1996), 847-49

English, Neil, ‘Eagle Eyed Dawes’, Astronomy Now, (Nov. 2009), 38-39

Evans, J.S., Seryddiaeth a Seryddwyr, (William Lewis [Printers] Ltd., Cardiff, 1923)

Feast,Michael, ‘Andrew David Thackeray’, QJRAS, 20 (1979), 216-22

Forbes, E.G., Greenwich Observatory: vol.1 (London: Talyor & Francis, 1975)

Fisher, Rev. Geo., ‘Observations of the Solar Eclipse of July 18, 1860’, MNRAS, 21, 19-20

Gooch, H., ‘F. J. Acfield…’ , JBAA, 89 (1979), 504-5

Fitzgerald, A. P., ‘ John Ellard Gore (1845-1910)’, IrAJ, 17 (1966), 213-9

Frost, Mike, ‘The Pearson Papers’, BAA Historical Section Newsletter, 1 (2010), 3-4

Hall, John James, ‘Driving clocks’, English Mechanic and the World of Science, No 1989, May 8, 1903, p278 (370)

Hingley, Peter, ‘An unrecorded Shropshire model1er of the Moon’, A&G, 41
(2000), p.6.

Hockey, Thomas, Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers (Springer 2007)

Howse, Derek, ‘The Greenwich List of observatories’ JHA, 17 [4] (Nov.1986), 1-100

Hunt, J.L., ‘James Glaisher FRS (1809-1903), Astronomer, Meteorologist and Pioneer of Weather Forecasting: ‘A Venturesome Victorian”, QJRAS, 37 (1996), 37, 315-47

Hutchins, Roger, British University Observatories 1872-1939 (Ashgate, 2008)

Jones, Bryn, ‘Despite the clouds: A History of Wales and Astronomy’, AntAs, Issue 8 [2014], 66-96

King, Henry  C., The History of the Telescope (Charles Griffin & Co., London, 1955)

Krisciunas, Kevin, Paris and Greenwich: Astronomical centers of the world (CUP, 1988)

Langdon, Ellen and Langdon, Roger, The Life of Roger Langdon (1909)

Lynden-Bell, D., ‘Professor Sir Richard Woolley’, QJRAS, 28 (1987), 546-51

Lawson, Henry, On the Arrangement of an Observatory for Practical Astronomy and Meteorology… (1844)

Leatherbarrow, Bill, ‘The Amateur’s Moon’, JBAA, 123 [3] (June 2013), p. 143-50

Lynn, W. T., ‘Alexander Aubert’ Obs, 23 (1900), 346-7

Marriot, R. A., ‘The 8 1/4-inch Clarke Refractor at the Temple Observatory, Rugby’, JBAA, 101 [6] (Dec. 1991), 343-50

Marriott, R.A., ‘The life and legacy of G. H. With, 1827-1904’, JBAA, 106 [5] (1996), 257-264

Marriott, R.A., ‘British Astronomical Association Instrument No.93’,  JBAA, 116 [6] (Dec. 2006), 299-305

McConnell, Anita, Instrument makers to the World: A History of Cooke Troughton and Simms (William Sessions Ltd., York, 1992)

McConnell, Anita and Brecht, Alison, ‘Nathaniel and Edward Pigott, Itinerant Astronomers’, NotesRecR.SocLond, 53 [3] (1999), 305-18)

McKim, Richard, ‘Barker’s Circle: a 1930s BAA lunar observing group’, JBAA, 123 [1] (2013), 20-32

Millar, David (Ed.), The Cambridge Dictionary of Scientists, (Cambridge University Press, 1996)

Mobberley, M. P. & Goward, K. J., ‘Will Hay (1888-1949) and his telescopes’, JBAA, 119 (2009), 67-81

Mobberley, M. P., It Came From Outer Space Wearing an RAF Blazer!: A Fan’s Biography of Sir Patrick Moore by Martin Mobberley (Springer 2013)

Mohr, P., ‘A Star in the Western Sky: John Birmingham, Astronomer and Poet’, AntAs, Issue 1 (2004), 23-33

Moore, Patrick, Caroline Herschel: Reflected Glory (William Herschel Society, 1988)

Moore, Patrick, William Herschel: Astronomer and Musician of 19 King Street, Bath (The William Herschel Society, 1991)

Moore, Patrick, Sir John Herschel: Explorer of the Southern Sky (The William Herschel Society, 1992)

Moore, Patrick, Alexander Herschel: The “Meteor Man”  (The William Herschel Society, 1993)

Morrison-Lowe, A. D., ‘The Soldier-Astronomer in Scotland: Thomas Makdougall Brisbane’s scientific work in the Northern Hemisphere’, Historical Records of Australian Science, 15 (2004), 151-176

Mullay, A. J & Mullay, Marilyn, The Book of British Birthplaces (Breedon Books Publishing Co Ltd, 2002)

Noble, W. ‘Obit.: Richard A. Proctor’, Obs., 11 (Oct. 1888), 366-680

ODNB: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press, 2004)

Pasachoff, J. M., Olson, R. J. M., & Hazen, M. L., JHA, 27 (1996), 129-45

Ranyard, A.C., Obituary… Proctor, R. A., MNRAS, 49 (Feb. 1889), 164-7

Reade, J B, ‘On the Observatory of Stone Vicarage, near Aylesbury’, MNRAS, 14 (1854), p.196

Robinson, Janet & Mark (Ed.), The Stargazer of Hardwicke: The Life and Works of Thomas William Webb (Gracewing 2006)

Reid, J.S.,‘The Castle Hill Observatory Aberdeen’, JHA, 13 (1982), 84-96

Scoffield, Joyce, Bidston Observatory: The Place and the People (Countryvise Ltd., Birkenhead, 2006)

Sellers, David, In Search of William Gascoigne: Seventeenth Century Astronomer (Springer, 2012)

Sharp, Steve, ‘Hopefield House, Station Rd and the Reverend Dr W R Dawes’, The Haddenham Chronicles, No 2 (Autumn 2006), pp40 – 42

Sheehan, William, The Planet Mars A History of Observation and Discovery (University of Arizona Press, 1996)

Shears, Jeremy, ‘Ernest Elliott Markwick: Variable stars and military campaigns’,JBAA, 122[6] (2012), 335-348.

Slater, Barbara, The Astronomer of Rousdon: Charles Grover 1842-1921 (Courseware Publications/Steam Mill Publishing, 2005)

Stroobant, Paul, Observatoire Astronomiques et les Astronomes (Bruxelles, Hayez, 1907)

Tanford, Charles and Reynolds, Jacqueline, A Travel Guide to Scientific Sites of the British Isles (John Wiley, 1995)

Turner, H.D.T., The Cradle of the Navy : The Story of the Royal Hospital School at Greenwich and at Holbrook 1694-1988 (William Sessions Ltd, York, 1990)

Turner, H.H. , ‘Baxendell’s Observations etc’, MNRAS, 67[5] (March 1907), 316-329

Turner, H.H., ‘Samuel Arthur Saunder’, MNRAS, 73 [4] (Feb. 1913), 214-17

Udias, Agustin, Searching the Heavens and the Earth: The History of Jesuit Observatories (Kluwer Academic Publications, 2003)

Weale, John, Observatories of London and Vicinity (London, 1851)

Whiting, Paul, The Work of John Isaac Plummer at Orwell Park Observatory in the years 1874 – 1890′, AntAs, Issue 3 (Dec. 2006), 95-100

Worthington J. H. ‘Invitation to Four Marks Observatory’, JBAA, 25 (1914) 49-50

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s