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GEORGE III MUSEUM COLLECTION, THE KING [1768-1970]

K/MUS 2: Printed pamphlets on the transit of Venus, dynamics and the construction of arches, 1769-1804

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K/MUS 2/1

1780

Pamphlet by J H de Magellan, Correspondent of the L'Academie Royale des Sciences de Paris, entitled Description d'une machine nouvelle de dynamique inventée par Mr G Atwood, Membre de la Société Royale de Londres. Describing a machine designed by George Atwood, to demonstrate aspects of rotational movement, resistance in fluids and the movement of elastic and non-elastic bodies. French. 1 pamphlet

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K/MUS 2/2

1804

Pamphlet by George Atwood, Fellow of the Royal Society, entitled A Supplement to a tract entitled 'A treatise on the construction and properties of arches' published in the year 1801 (London, 1804), with diagrams and tables of data relating to the forces operating within arches, 1804. 1 pamphlet

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K/MUS 2/3

[1804]

Printed dedication to King George III of A treatise on the construction and properties of arches (London, 1801) and its Supplement (London, 1804),by George Atwood, Fellow of the Royal Society. [1804]. 3 pp.

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K/MUS 2/4

[1804]

Manuscript draft of dedication to King George III of A treatise on the construction and properties of arches (London, 1801) and its Supplement (London, 1804), with covering letter by George Atwood, Fellow of the Royal Society, [1804]. 4 pp.

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K/MUS 2/5

[1805]

Correspondence from Stephen Demainbray, astronomer, to Isaac Hawkins Browne, Member of Parliament for Bridgnorth, Shropshire, concerning the dedication to King George III of A treatise on the construction and properties of arches (London, 1801) and its Supplement (London, 1804), by George Atwood, Fellow of the Royal Society. [1805]. 1 letter

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K/MUS 2/6

1805

Correspondence between Isaac Hawkins Browne, Member of Parliament for Bridgnorth, Shropshire, and Stephen Demainbray, astronomer, concerning the gift of engineering models to King George III by George Atwood, Fellow of the Royal Society, including observations upon the involvement of William Pitt, Prime Minister, and upon the illness of King George III, 1805. 4 letters

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