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MECHANICS, HYDROSTATICS, DESCRIPTION OF'MACHINES,
Appleton, 12930, O. Appleton's dictionary of machines, mechanics, engine work and engineering. 2 vols. New York, 1851. Barnard, 2637, Q. 1. Theoretical investigation of the caloric engine. By J. G. Barnard. (In Appleton's Mechanics' Magazine.) New York, - 1853. Gift of the author. Beaufoy, 2285, Q. Nautical and hydraulic experiments, with numerous scientific miscellanies. By Colonel Mark Beaufoy, F. R. S. in 3 vols. Vol. I. London, 1834. Gift of Henry Beaufoy, Esq. Biot, 10044, O. Notions élémentaires de statique. Par J. B. Biot. Paris, 1829. Bossut, 10238, O. Cours de mathématique. Par Charles Bossut. Mécanique. A Paris, 1802. 10237, O. Traité théorique et expérimental d'hydronamique. Par Charles Bossut. 2 vols. A Paris, 1796. Bourne, 8775, D. 1, & 8954, D. A catechism of the steam engine. By John Bourne, C. E. London, 1847, New York, 1849. 2473, Q. A treatise on the steam engine, in its application to mines, mills, steam navigation, and railways. By the Artisan Club. Edited by John Bourne, C. E. London, 1846. Carpenter, 7573, D. See p. 1166. Coulombo, 2351, Q. Théorie des machines simples. Par C. A. Coulombo. Paris, 1821. Cressy, 11799, O. An encyclopaedia of civil engineering. By Edward Cressy. 2d edition. 2 vols. London, 1847. Croker, 10922, Q. History of the guillotine. By the Rt. Hon. John Wilson Croker. London, 1853. Dubuat, 10236, O. Principes d'hydraulique et de pyrodynamique. Par Dubuat. 3 vols. A Paris, 1816. Ewbank, 10606, O. A descriptive and historical account of hydraulic and other machines for raising water, ancient and modern ; including the progressive development of the steam engine. By Thomas Ewbank. New York, 1842. 12018, O. A descriptive and historical account of hydraulic and other machines for raising water. 2d edition, with a supplement. By Thomas Ewbank. New York, 1847. Genet, 13512, O. Memorial on the upward forces of fluids and their applicability to several arts, sciences, and public improvements. By Edmond C. Genet. Albany, 1825. Gift of R. D. Drake, Esq. Gouin, 2428, Q, Récherches expérimentales sur les machines locomotives. Par M. Gouin. Paris, 1845. Lanz, 2342, Q. Essai sur la composition des machines, par MM. Lanz et Bêtancourt. 2d edition. Paris, 1819. Lardner, 9866, D. Handbook of natural philosophy and astronomy. By Dionysius Lardner, D. C. L. First course, mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, pneumatics, sound, optics. London, 1851. Leonard, 8900, D. The mechanical principia; containing all the various calculations for water and steam power, and the different kinds of machinery used in manufacturing. With tables of cost. By C. E. Leonard. New York, 1848. Macfarlane, 9790, D. History of propellers and steam navigation; with biographical sketches. By Robert Macfarlane, C. E. New York, 1851. Mahan, 11650, O. An elementary course of civil engineering for the use of
the cadets of the United States Military Academy. By D. H. Mahan. New edition, mostly rewritten. New York, 1846. Mason, 9657, O. AEronautica; or sketches of the theory and practice of aerostation. By Monck Mason, Esq. London, 1838. Matthews, 9230, O. Hydraulia; an historical and descriptive account of the water-works of London, etc. By William Matthews. London, 1835. Moseley, 6678, D. A treatise on mechanics applied to the arts, including statics and hydrostatics. By the Rev. H. Moseley. 2d edition. London, 1839. Nystrom, 13183, O. A treatise on screw propellers and their steam engines, with practical rules and examples how to calculate and construct the same for any description of vessels, accompanied with a treatise on bodies in motion in fluid; also a full description of a calculating machine. By J. W. Nystrom. Philadelphia, 1852. Gift of the author. Pambour, 9.408, O. A practical treatise on locomotive engines upon railways. By F. de Pambour. London, 1836. Prony, 2329, Q. Mécanique philosophique, ou analyse raisonnée des diverses parties de la science de l'équilibre et du mouvement. Par R. Prony. A Paris, 1801. 2347, Q. Leçons de mécanique analytique, données à l'école royale polytechnique. Par M. de Prony. 2 tomes. Paris, 1810, 1815. Ransome, 11035, O. The implements of agriculture. By J. Allen Ransome, London, 1843. Renwick, 6797, D. Applications of the science of mechanics to practical purposes. By James Renwick. New York, 1840. Smeaton, 2304, Q. Reports of the late John Smeaton, F. R. S. on civil engineering. Second edition. London, 1837. Stevenson, 9723, O. Sketch of the civil engineering of North America. By David Stevenson. London, 1838. Tredgold, 9574, O. Tracts on hydraulics. Edited by Thomas Tredgold. London, 1836. Webster, 9314, O. The principles of hydrostatics. By Thomas Webster. Cambridge, 1835. 9410, O. The theory of the equilibrium and motion of fluids. By Thomas Webster, M. A. Cambridge, 1836. Weale, 2410, Q. Quarterly papers on engineering. Edited and published by John Weale. 2 vols. London, 1844. Weisbach, 11929, & 12005, O. Principles of the mechanics of machinery and engineering. By Julius Weisbach. London, 1847. Edited by W. R. Johnson. Philadelphia, 1848. Wilkinson, 10444, O. Engines of war; or observations on ancient and modern warlike machines and implements. By H. F. Wilkinson. London, 1841. Willis, 10493, O. 1. Principles of mechanism, designed for the use of students in the universities, and for engineering students generally. By Robert Willis, M. A. London, 1841. 7554, D. The young mechanic. New York, 1843. 12003, O. 6. Aerial navigation. By Daedalus Britannicus. London, 1848. 2333, Q. Rapport sur une mémoire de M. le Baron de Moroques, intitulé de l'utilité des machines, &c. Paris, 1832. 10245, O. 4. Recueil des réglements concernant les machines à feu et les établissements qui présentent des dangeurs d'explosion. Paris, 1826. 1228, F. Report to the house of commons on steam-vessel accidents. London, 1839. 12700, O. 3. Report of the committee to inquire into the causes of the explosion of the Moselle, and to suggest preventive measures for the future. Cincinnati, 1838.
9757, 0. Reports to the House of Representatives of the United States, on commerce and navigation, on steam engines, and on salt. Twenty-fifth congress, second session, 1837.
See also INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTs, page 1110; and in the Index Wise's history of aeronautics.
ASTRONOMY, ASTRONOMICAL TABLES AND INSTRUMENTS: METEORS.
Airy, 2441, Q. Account of the Northumberland equatorial and dome, attached to the Cambridge University. By G. B. Airy, astronomer royal. Cambridge, 1844. Gift of the Duke of Northumberland. — 12631, O. Six lectures of astronomy delivered at the meetings of the friends of the Ipswich museum, at the Temperance Hall, Ipswich. By George Biddell Airy, astronomer royal. 2d edition. London, 1850. Bailly, 2449, Q. Histoire de l'astronomie ancienne depuis son origine, de l'école d’Alexandrie. Par M. Bailly. A Paris, 1775. 6883, D. Manuel d'astronomie, ou traité Élémentaire de cette science. Par M. Bailly. Paris, 1830. Biot, 2334, Q. Recueil d'observations géodesigues, astronomiques et physiques, pour déterminer la variation de la pesanteur, &c., rédige par MM. Biot et Arago. Paris, 1821. Breen, 11015, D. The planetary worlds; the topography and telescopic appearances of the sun, planets, moon and comets. By James Breen, of the Cambridge observatory. Illustrations. London, 1854. Brewster, 10774, D. More worlds than one the creed of the philosopher and the hope of the Christian. By Sir David Brewster. New York, 1854. o Browne, 12315, 0.13. An essay on solid meteors and ačrolites. By Peter A. Browne, LL.D. Philadelphia, 1844. Gift of the author. Carpenter, 7573, D. See p. 1166. Chalmers, 9567, D. See p. 1027. Delambre, 2346, Q. Astronomie théorique et pratique. Par M. Delambre. 3 tomes. Paris, 1814. Demonville, 9567, 0.3. Petit cours d'astronomie. Par Demonville. Paris, 1835. Gift of T. P. Barton. Dick, 6438, & 6545, D. Celestial scenery; or the wonders of the planetary system displayed; illustrating the perfections of Deity and a plurality of worlds. By Thomas Dick, LL.D. New York, 1838. — 6984, D. The sidereal heavens, and other subjects connected with astronomy, as illustrative of the Deity, and of an infinity of worlds. By Thomas Dick, LL. D. London, 1840. — 8179, & 8244, D. The practical astronomer; an account of Lord Ross's telescopes, &c. By Thomas Dick. New York, 1846, London, 1845. Downes, 2554, Q. 1. Smithsonian contributions to knowledge; occultations visible in the United States during the year 1849. By Jno. Downes. Washington, 1848. 2498, Q. Vol. 3,9. Occultations visible in the year 1852. Computed by John Downes. Washington, 1851. Galileo, 10264, O. Opere di Galiléo Galilei, nobile Fiorentino. 13 vols. Milano, 1808, 1811. Goodacre, 11050, D. 10. Outline of lectures on astronomy. By Mr. Goodacre. Philadelphia, 1823.
Grant, 12870, O. History of physical astronomy, from the earliest ages to the middle of the nineteenth century. Comprehending a detailed account of the establishment of the theory of gravitation, by Newton, &c. &c. By Robert Grant, F. R. A. S. London, 1852. Berschel, 2479, Q. Results of astronomical observations made 1834, '5, '6, ’7, '8, at the Cape of Good Hope; being the completion of a telescopic survey of the whole surface of the visible heavens, commenced in 1825. By Sir John F. W. Herschel. London, 1847. — 12309, O. Outlines of astronomy. By Sir J. F. W. Herschel. London, 1849. * Hind, 10417, D. 1. The comets; a descriptive treatise on those bodies. With a condensed account of the numerous modern discoveries respecting them; and a table of all the calculated comets. By J. Russell Hind. London, 1852. Hitchcock, 10726, D. The plurality of worlds. (By Rev. W. Whewell.) With an introduction by Edward Hitchcock, D. D. Boston, 1854. Keill, 1673, O. An introduction to the true astronomy; or astronomical lectures read in Oxford. By John Keill, M.D. 2d edition. London, 1730. La Place, 10082, O. Précis de l'histoire de l'astronomie. Par M. le Marquis de La Place. Paris, 1821. Lardner, 9866, D. Handbook of natural philosophy and astronomy. By Dionysius Lardner, D. C. L. London, 1851. 11187, D. Vol. 1. The planets: are they inhabited worlds? By D. Lardner. London, 1854. Loomis, 9569, D. The recent progress of astronomy; especially in the United States. By Elias Loomis. New York, 1850. Milner, 11670, O. The gallery of nature; a pictorial and descriptive tour " throughout creation; illustrative of the wonders of astronomy, physical geography and geology. By the Rev. Thomas Milner, M. A. London, 1846. Mitchell, 8805, D. The planetary and stellar world. By O. M. Mitchell, of the Cincinnati Observatory. New York, 1848. Nichol, 7840, & 8328, D. Views of the architecture of the heavens. By J. P. Nichol. 4th and 5th editions. London, 1843. 8731, D. The phenomena and order of the solar system. By J. P. Nichol. New York. 8452, & 8777, D. Thoughts on some important points relating to the system of the world. By J. P. Nichol, LL.D. Edinburgh, 1846, and Boston, 1848. — 8730, D. Contemplations on the solar system. By J. P. Nichol. 3d edition. Edinburgh, 1847. — 8718, D. The stellar universe; views of its arrangements, motions and evolutions. By J. P. Nichol, L.L. D. Edinburgh, 1848. 8746, D. The planet Neptune; an exposition and history. By J. P. Nichol. Edinburgh, 1848. Norton, 11464, O.. An elementary treatise on astronomy. In four parts. By William Norton. New York, 1845. Peircero, 9197, D. Elementa doctrinae de circulis coelestibus et primo motore; auctore Casparo Pewcero. Wittebergae, 1551. Poe, 8818, D. Eureka. A prose poem. By Edgar A. Poe. New York, 1848. Smyth, 12045, O. A cycle of celestial objects, for the use of naval, military, and private astronomers. By Captain W. H. Smyth. 2 vols. London, 1844. Walker, 2498, Q. Vol. 2, 1. Researches relative to the planet Neptune. • By Sears C. Walker. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, 1851.
Walker, 2498, Q. Vol. 3,8. Ephemeris of the planet Neptune for 1852. By Sears C. Walker. Washington, 1852. Whewell, 10726, D. See Hitchcock, supra. Wilson, 10289, D. 1. See p. 1125. 10945, D. The universe no desert, the earth no monopoly; preceded by a scientific exposition of the unity of plan in creation. Boston, 1855. Note.—For works on meteorology, see ELECTRICITY, &c., p. 1122.
ALMANACS, EPHEMERIDES, REGISTERS.
Carey, 11080, D. Carey's Franklin almanacs for the years 1801 to 1811 inclusive. Philadelphia, 1801, &c. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. De Morgan, 12642, O. The book of almanacs, with an index of reference by which the almanac may be found for every year, whether in the old style or new, from any epoch, ancient or modern, up to A. D. 2000. With means of finding the day of any new or full moon from B. C. 2000, to A. D. 2000. Compiled by Augustus De Morgan. London, 1851. Desilver, 13342, O. Desilver's U. S. register and almanacs, with lists of the officers of the United States, &c. &c., for the years 1825 to 1831, inclusive. Philadelphia, 1825, &c. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. Downes, 7401, D. The United States almanac, or complete ephemeris for 1843. By John Downes. Philadelphia. Greswell, 12809, O. Fasti temporis catholici and origines calendariae. By Edward Greswell, B. D. 5 vols. and a vol. of tables in quarto. Oxford, 1852. Hopton, 9198, D. A concordancy of yeares, containing a new, easie and most exact computation of time according to the English account. By Andrew Hopton, gentleman, 1616. Lathrop, 11171, D. The gentleman's pocket register and freemason's annual authology for 1813. By John Lathrop, Jr. Boston. Leeds, An almanac for the year of Christian account 1687; particularly respecting the meridian and latitude of Burlington, but may indifferently serve all places adjacent. By Daniel Leeds, student in agriculture. Printed and sold by William Bradford, near Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania, pro anno 1687. (Framed and hanging up under the clock in the East Room.) Longworth, 10842, O. Longworth's American almanac, New York register and city directory for the 26th year of American Independence. New York, 1801, 1822, and 1828. Gift of Jno. Jay Smith. 9052, D. Das Jahr 1848. Die Groszen Greignesse desselben dem Deutschen Volke. Hanover, 1849. 2543, Q. Illustrirter Kalendar fur 1849, &c. (bis auf die gegenwärtige Zeit). Jahrbuch der Eregnisse. 7 Band. Leipzig, 1849. 12700, O. 5. Humoristisch satyrischer Volks Kalender für die Vereinigten Staaten auf des Jahr 1851. Mit Illustrationen. Philadelphia, 1851. 10218, D. Deutscher Volks Kalender 1852, 1853. Herausgegeben von F. W. Gabitz. Leipzig, 1852, 1853. 13446, O. Almanach impérial. Paris, 1810. 10000, O. Connaissance des tems, a l'usage des astronomes, &c. Pour l'an 1833, 1834. 2 tom. Paris, 1830, 1831. 6898, D. Annuaires pour l'années 1831, 1832. Paris. 2 vols. 7383, D. Almanach populaire de la France, 1842. Paris, 1842. 11195, D. Almanach de Gotha, 1855, &c.