Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:
Published resources for the Astronomiae.
The basic planning document for David Gregory's major work, composed probably in conference, at eleven thirty in the morning, 23 April, 1697, with the collaborators' initials at the top.
List of locations, apparently within the Astronomiae, where editorial changes are due.
Volume contains manuscript notes in English and Latin on various known astronomical phenomena.
A transcription of a 1667 article in the Transactions, in which Halley shows how to find a planet in its elliptical orbit.
Volume contains manuscript notes on hydraulics. Numerous diagrams append, including an enormous one of a fourteen-foot water wheel.
An index, in Gregory's hand, to the material he designated as Folio C.
Extract of Gregory's Edinburgh course in astronomy, with 10 drawn diagrams.