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[ROYAL SOCIETY]. The record of the Royal Society of London. London. Printed for the Royal Society at the Oxford University Press, 1912. Third edition. Quarto. viii, 483pp, [2]. With 20 monochrome photographic plates. Original publisher's tan cloth, contrasting black morocco lettering-piece. Minor wear to extremities, slight rubbing to lettering-piece. Internally clean and crisp, overall a fine copy. More > £ 50.00 Antiquates Ref. 14394
JAMES, Colonel Sir Henry. Instructions for taking meteorological observations; with tables for their correction, and notes on meteorological phenomena. London. Printed by George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1861. First edition. 52pp. With an engraved frontispiece and 21 hand-coloured plates (three folding).

[Bound with:] Table for the reduction of the meteorological observations taken at the stations of the royal engineers. London, Printed by George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1861. 34pp. With two folding tables, one of which hand-coloured.

8vo. Original publisher's green cloth recently rebacked, lettered in gilt. Some rubbing to boards, corners bumped. Foxed ... More >
£ 100.00 Antiquates Ref. 12101
BAILLY, [Jean Sylvian]. Lettres sur l'origine des sciences, et sur celle des peuples de l'asie, Adressees a M. de Voltaire par M. Bailly, & precedes de quelques Lettres de M. de Voltaire a l'Auteur. A Londres et A Paris. Chez M. Elmesly, Chez De Bure, 1777. 8vo. [4], 348pp. Contemporary sheep, morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, with some surface loss, small worm-holes and slight loss to foot of spine. Ink-stamp to FEP of Ben Damph Forest, the family library of the Earls of Lovelace, alongside ink inscription of 'King', marginal worming to latter half of text-block. More > £ 200.00 Antiquates Ref. 13606
WOLLASTON, William Hyde. On a Differential Barometer. [s.i.]. [s.n.], [1829]. Quarto. Two copies of the work bound together. 133-136; 133-136pp. Contemporary plain tan paper wraps. Title in manuscript to upper wrap, light soiling and wear, ink-stamps of the Royal Meteorological Society to upper wrap and head of drop-title. More > £ 50.00 Antiquates Ref. 13427
SYKES, W. H., Lieut.-Colonel. Discussion of meteorological observations taken in India, at various heights, embracing those at Dodabetta on the Neelgherry Mountains, at 8640 feet above the level of the sea. From the Philosophical Transactions. - Part II. for 1850. London. Printed by R. and J. E. Taylor, 1850. First offprint edition. Quarto. [3], 298-378pp. With three folding tables and four folding plates as called for. Disbound. Plates detached from text-block, one plates trimmed with slight loss to text, no loss of sense, occasional spots of light foxing and dust-soiling. Presentation copy, inscribed in ink to head of title; 'The Meteorological Society from the author.' More > £ 75.00 Antiquates Ref. 13428
STEWART, Thomas. The rainfall on Table Mountain (Read June 19, 1912). From the Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa. Vo. III., Part 1, 1913. [s.i.]. [s.n.], 1913. First offprint edition. Quarto. 41-46pp. Original publisher's green printed paper wraps. Light dust-soiling to extremities, ink-stamp of the Royal Meteorological Society and pen and coloured pencil annotations to upper wrap. Occasional spot of foxing to margins, ink annotations to text of rainfall tables. Presentation copy, inscribed to head of upper wrap; 'The Royal Meteorological Society, with the authors compliments.' More > £ 50.00 Antiquates Ref. 13423
SHAW, W. N. COHEN R. Waley. On the seasonal variation of atmospheric temperatures in the British Isles, and its relation to wind-direction, with a note on the effect of sea temperature on the seasonal variation of air temperature. From the Proceedings of the Royal Society, Vol. 69. London. Harrison and Sons, [1901]. First offprint edition. 8vo. 85pp, [1]. Original publisher's printed paper wraps. Very light soiling to extremities, ink-stamp of the Royal Meteorological Society to upper wrap. Presentation copy, inscribed in ink to head of upper wrap; 'With the authors complts.' More > £ 50.00 Antiquates Ref. 13414
MULDER, Claas. Over eenen zoogenaamden zwavelregen in Mei 1826 in Vriesland Gevallen. Te Amsterdam. Lodewijk van Es, 1827. First edition. 8vo. [2], 38pp. Uncut in original publisher's plain green paper wraps. Author and publication date in manuscript to upper wrap, slight wear and soiling. Occasional spots of foxing, ink -stamps of the Royal Meteorological Society to upper wrap and title. Ink inscription to head of title (Presentation?) More > £ 75.00 Antiquates Ref. 13430
KLEIN, F. H.. The foretelling of the weather in connexion with meteorological observations...Together with a description of the telegraphic warning system introduced in the Netherlands, June, 1860, as proposed by the director of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, Professor Dr. Buys-Ballot. London. Benjamin Pardon, 1863. First English edition. 8vo. 31pp, [1]. Original publisher's printed paper wraps. Browning and dust-soiling to extremities. Ink-stamps of the Meteorological Society to upper cover and title. More > £ 50.00 Antiquates Ref. 13415
HUDSON, James. Hourly observations and experimental investigations on the barometer. From the Philosophical Transactions. London. Printed by Richard Taylor, 1832. Quarto. [2], 20pp. With four plates of barometrical readings. Stitched as issued. Some slight marginal chipping, occasional spots of light foxing, ink stamp of the Meteorological Society to title. Presentation copy, inscribed in ink to head of title; 'E. W. Brayley, Junior, Esq. With the author's kind regards', being Edward William Brayley (1801/02-1870), lecturer on science and Fellow of the Royal Society. More > £ 100.00 Antiquates Ref. 13330
GRAHAM, Thomas. On the influence of the air in determining the crystallization of saline solutions. From the transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Edinburgh. Printed by P. Neill, 1828. First offprint edition. Quarto. [2], 5pp, [1]. Stitched as issued. Occasional light browning, some slight chipping to leaf margins, ink stamps to title and final blank page of the Plinian Society Edinburgh, a University institution for students with an interest in natural history, of which Charles Darwin was once a member. More > £ 75.00 Antiquates Ref. 13326