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Papers 1850 and 1851

 

1850

Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell,
(17 June 1850) Structure and undeveloped resources of the County of Cumberland.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 June 1850, p.2.

Thomas Livingstone Mitchell,
(2 Sept 1850) The natural fruits and grasses of the Colony.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 Sept 1850, p.3.

C. Lowe,
(2 Sept 1850) Argonauta or Paper Nautilus.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 Sept 1850, p.3.

Thomas Sutcliffe Mort,
(2 Sept 1850) The Alpaca or Peruvian Sheep.
The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, 28 Sept, p. 4.

Edwin Hickey
(2 Sept 1850) Observations on the scarcity of cedar in New South Wales.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 Oct 1850, p.2.

Thomas Livingstone Mitchell,
(30 Dec 1850) On the bomareng [boomerang] propeller.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 Jan 1851, p.2, and Appendix

Edwin Hickey,
(30 Dec 1850) The vine. Observations on the culture of the vine in New South Wales.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 Jan 1851, p.2.

1851

Thomas Livingstone Mitchell,
(21 May 1851) The importance of art, and the necessity for it in new colonies.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 27 May 1851, p.2.

C. H. Capper,
(21 May 1851) On the applicability of machinery as a means of saving hand labour.
Sydney Morning Herald, 23 May 1851, p.2

 

Philosophical Society of New South Wales
Papers 1856-1866

 

 1856

Sir William Thomas Denison,
Inaugural address: A brief outline of the development of the railway system in England, with suggestions as to its application to the colony of New South Wales, delivered on 9th May, 1856.
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 9-13, 1858.

Edward Deas Thomson,
(June 13, 1856) On auxiliary steam transit to Australia,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 36-37, 1858.

William George Pennington,
(July 11, 1856) Means of constructing railways, financially considered,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 75-76, 1858.

Morris Birkbeck Pell,
(July 11, 1856) On the application of certain principles of political economy to the question of railways,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 124-129, 1858.

John Smith,
(August 13, 1856) On the action of Sydney water upon lead,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 104-105, 1858.

James Henry Thomas,
(August 13, 1856) Iron-making resources of New South Wales,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 101-104, 1858.

John Thompson,
(Sept. 10, 1856) Electric telegraphs and railways between Sydney and London not impossible.
The Empire, Sydney, Sept. 28, 1852, p. 3.

Isaac Aaron,
(Sept. 10, 1856) Sanitary reform,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 193-199, 1858.

Edward Orpen Moriarty,
(Oct. 9, 1856) Parramatta water works,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 76-78, 1858.

William Thomas Denison,
(Nov. 12, 1856) On irrigation,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 140-146, 1858.

John Thompson,
(Dec. 10, 1856) The necessity for a further exploration of the interior of the Australian continent,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 232-234, 1858.

Christopher Rolleston,
(Dec. 10, 1856) The science of statistics,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 254-258, 1858.

Thomas Woore,
(Dec. 10, 1856) On a new description of a grate for burning wood,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 32-35, 59, 1859.

 1857

Philip Doyne Vigors,
(June 10, 1857) On pavements and street surfaces
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 11-15, 26-32, 1859.

Christopher Rolleston,
(June 10, 1857) The sanitary condition of Sydney,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 37-41, 1858.

William Thomas Denison,
(July 8, 1857) The Moon's rotation,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 43-44, 1858.

William Stanley Jevons, [and in the ADB]
(July 8, 1857) On a sun-gauge, or new actinometer,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 58-62, 1858.

William Bland,
(July 8, 1857) Sanitary reform of towns and cities,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 41-43, 55-58, 1858.

William Thomas Denison,
(Aug. 12, 1857) Railroads,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 62-68, 1858.

Frederick Septimus Peppercorne,
(Aug. 12, 1857) The horse-locomotive and power-engine,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 190-193, 1858.

Frank Haes,
(Sept. 9, 1857) On the waxed paper process of photography,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 99-101, 1858.

Alfred Roberts,
(Oct. 14, 1857) On the structure and functions of the venom apparatus in serpents,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 130-135, 1858.

William Scott,
(Oct. 14, 1857) On the meteorology of New South Wales,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 128-130, 1858.

Julius Berncastle,
(Nov. 11, 1857) On the use and abuse of tobacco.
The Empire, Sydney, November 12, 1857, p. 2.

William Stanley Jevons,
(Dec. 9, 1857) On clouds -- their various forms and producing causes,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 163-176, 1858.

 1858

Edward Wolstenholme Ward,
(May 12, 1858) Strength of colonial timber,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 258-260, 1858.

Edward Wolstenholme Ward,
(May 12, 1858) Strength of New Zealand timber,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 1: 261-263, 1858.

Richard Greenup,
(June 9, 1858) Abridgement of a book of papers related to the history and practice of vaccination.

Alfred Roberts,
(July 14, 1858) On the structure and formation of the poison apparatus in venomous serpents, with a description of some of the species found in Australia
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 50-59, 1859.

William Scott,
(Aug. 11, 1858) On the meteorology of New South Wales, No. 2,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 118-121, 1859.

Henry Alderson Thompson,
(Aug. 11, 1858) Description of the Clunes Gold Mine, Victoria
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 79-80, 1859.

Christopher Rolleston,
(Aug. 11, 1858) On the mortality of Sydney from the 1st March 1857 to 28th February 1858,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 81, 1859.

Henry Alderson Thompson,
(Aug. 11, 1858) Outline for a plan for the formation and working of a mining company to open out the quartz-fields of New South Wales.
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 77-79, 1859.

William Branwhite Clarke,
(Sept. 8, 1858) On the ores of mercury,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 157-161, 170-173, 1859.

William Thomas Denison,
(Sept. 8, 1858) On the filtration of water through sand,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 73-74, 1859.

Morris Birkbeck Pell,
(Oct. 13, 1858) On the construction of dams,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 94-96, 1859.

Edward Robert Drury,
(Oct. 13, 1858) On banking and currency in New South Wales,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 96-104, 1859.

William Scott,
(Nov. 10, 1858) On the plurality of worlds,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 131-136, 1859.

James Freeman,
(Dec. 8, 1858) On the progress of photography, and its application to the arts and sciences,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 136-141, 1859.

William Stanley Jevons,
Meteorological observations in Australia,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 161-167, 173-181, 1859.

William Stanley Jevons,
Remarks on the geological origin of Australia,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 89-93, 1859.

William Stanley Jevons,
Earthquakes in New South Wales,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 93-94, 1859.

 1859

Henry Augustus Severn,
(June 8, 1859) On the construction of specula for reflecting telescopes.
The Empire, Oct. 25, 1859, p. 2.

William Bland,
(June 8, 1859) On atmotic navigation.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Sept. 22, 1859, p. 5.

Christopher Rolleston,
(July 13, 1859) On the means of deodorizing and utilizing the sewage of towns,
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art 2: 235-240, 1859.

Alfred Roberts,
(July 13, 1859) On a new mode of using Canada balsam and other adhesive fluids in mounting microscopic objects.

William Scott,
(Aug. 10, 1859) On the observatories of the Southern Hemisphere.
The Empire, Aug. 17, 1859, p. 3.

Edward Wolstenholme Ward,
(Aug. 10, 1859) Analysis of certain colonial coals.
The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser Aug. 25, 1859, p. 3.

The Microscopical Committee,
(Aug. 10, 1859) On the adulteration of milk in Sydney.
The Empire, Aug. 15, 1859, p. 5.

Francis Gisborne,
(Sept. 21, 1859) On telegraphical communication with England.
The Empire, Sept. 23, 1859, p. 3.

William Scott,
(Oct. 19, 1859) On the Sydney Observatory.
The Empire, Oct. 21, 1859, p. 2.

John Smith,
(Nov. 16, 1859) On the separation of gold from mundic quartz.
The Empire, Nov. 18, 1859, p. 5.

John Smith,
(Nov. 16, 1859) The singular effect of lightning on gas-pipe,
The Sydney Morning Herald, Dec. 13, 1859, p. 11.

 1860

William Scott,
(June 20, 1860) On the Sydney Observatory.
The Empire, June 25, 1860, p. 2.

Edward Orpen Moriarty,
(July 18, 1860) Memoranda referring to the destruction of the dam at Liverpool.

Francis Bowyer Miller,
(July 18, 1860) On the detection of spurious gold.
The Sydney Morning Herald, July 19, 1860, p. 4.

John Smith,
(July 18, 1860) Spurious gold.
The Empire, July 26, 1860, p. 5.

John Smith,
(Aug. 15, 1860) On the quartz reefs of upper Adelong.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Aug. 20, 1860, p. 5.

William Thomas Denison,
(Sept. 19, 1860) Principles of bridge-building.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Sept. 20, 1860, p. 8.

Charles James Clowes Perry,
(Sept. 19, 1860) On a dial to prevent collisions at sea.

William Scott,
(Oct. 17, 1860) On compass-deviation in iron ships.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Nov. 5, 1860, p. 2.

Frederick Proeschel,
(Oct. 17, 1860) On ozone.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Nov. 23, 1860, p. 8.

Carl Adolph Leibius,
(Nov. 21, 1860) On the mundic quartz of Adelong.

 1861

Christopher Rolleston,
(June 19, 1861) On the census of 1861. and The results
The Empire, June 20, 1861, p. 4. and The Empire, June 21, 1861, p. 5. and The Sydney Morning Herald, June 20, 1861, p. 5.

William Scott,
(July 17, 1861) On the Sydney Observatory, etc.
The Empire, July 18, 1861, p. 5.

Alfred Roberts,
(Aug. 14, 1861) On a new species of foraminiferous shell from Ovalau, Fiji.

Edward Orpen Moriarty,
(Aug. 14, 1861) On the improvements in the navigation of the Hunter River.
The Empire, Aug. 19, 1861, p. 2.

Charles Moore,
(Sept. 11, 1861) A brief note on the little known scrub timbers of the colony.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Sept. 13, 1861, p. 2.

Thomas Woore,
(Sept. 11, 1861) On a new mode of constructing timber bridges.
The Empire, Sept. 13, 1861, p. 8.

Thomas Woore,
(Sept. 11, 1861) On a new method of giving support to railway bars.

Edward Orpen Moriarty,
(Oct. 9, 1861) A short description of the new works now being carried out for the improvement of Wollongong Harbour.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Oct. 10, 1861, p. 8.

William Branwhite Clarke,
(Nov. 20, 1861) On some recent geological discoveries in Australasia, and the correlation of the Australian formations with those of Europe.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Dec. 2, 1861, p. 2.

 1862

Julius Berncastle,
(June 11, 1862) On the cave temples of India,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 178-191

Martin Gardiner,
(July 9, 1862) Geometrical researches in four papers, comprising numerous new theorems and prisms, and complete solutions to celebrated problems, 1. Researches concerning figures particularly derived from other figures, 2. Researches concerning n'gons inscribed in other n'gons, 3. Researches concerning n'gons inscribed in curves of the second degree, 4. Researches concerning n'gons inscribed in surfaces of the second degree.
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 61-126

James Charles Cox,
(July 9, 1862) On the Wambeyan caves,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 197-204

John Tebbutt, Jr.,
(Aug. 13, 1862) On the desirability of a systematic search for, and observation of variable stars in the Southern Hemisphere
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 126-139

Frederick Beauchamp Paget Seymour,
(Aug. 13, 1862) On the performance of the steamer Diamantina between Sydney and Brisbane.

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(Sept. 10, 1862) On the vertebrated animals of the lower Murray and Darling, their habits, economy, and geographical distribution,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 1-33

John Tebbutt, Jr.,
(Oct. 8, 1862) On the comet of September 1862. No. 1
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 140-146

John Tebbutt, Jr.,
(Nov. 12, 1862) On the comet of September 1862. No. 2
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 146-152

R. J. Swanson,
(Nov. 12, 1862) On the climate and capabilities of the Fiji Islands.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Nov. 14, 1862, p. 2.

 1863

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(May 27, 1863) On frogs and snakes observed in the neighbourhood of Sydney,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 34-60

Julius Berncastle,
(June 17, 1863) On snake-bites and their antidotes,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 191-196

Martin Gardiner,
(June 17, 1863) A complete solution of a celebrated problem.

Martin Gardiner,
(Aug. 12, 1863) On the correct scientific method of forming railway curves, etc.

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(Sept. 17, 1863) On the vertebrated animals of the lower Murray and Darling, their habits, economy, and geographical distribution, (Second paper.)
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 1-33

John Smith,
(Nov. 11, 1863) On ancient flint implements found near Abbeville.
The Empire, Nov. 12, 1863, p. 5.
and The Sydney Morning Herald, Nov. 12, 1893, p. 5

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(Nov. 11, 1863) Description of a new fish from the Hawkesbury (Therapon pittii).
The Sydney Morning Herald, Nov. 12, 1863, p. 8.

 1864

Martin Gardiner,
(Aug. 17, 1864) On improved analytical geometry.

John Smith,
(Aug. 17, 1864) On the probable reasons that led Fahrenheit to the adoption of his peculiar thermometric scale.

John Tebbutt, Jr.,
(Sept. 7, 1864) On Australian storms,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 153-164

William Branwhite Clarke,
(Sept. 7, 1864) Remarks on the preceding paper [On Australian storms, by Tebbutt],
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 165-177

Charles Moore,
(Oct. 5, 1864) On the fibre plants of New South Wales,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 204-209

Carl Adolph Leibius,
(Nov. 2, 1864) On osmium and iridium, obtained from New South Wales gold,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 210-215

R D Ward,
(Dec. 7, 1864) On the prospects of the Civil Service under the Superannuation Act of 1864,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 215-222

Morris Birkbeck Pell,
(Dec. 7, 1864) On the distribution of profits in mutual insurance societies,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 223-236

 1865

William Branwhite Clarke,
(May 10, 1865) On the transmutation of rocks in Australia,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 267-308

Edward Pierson Ramsay,
(July 5, 1865) On the oology of Australia,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 309-329

George Robarts Smalley,
(Aug. 2, 1865) The theory of Encke's Comet,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 330-338

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(Aug. 2, 1865) On the manners and customs of the Aborigines of the lower Murray and Darling,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 357-374

Gustavus Alphonse Morell,
(Sept. 6, 1865) On the defences of Port Jackson,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 245-266

William Keene,
(Sept. 6, 1865) On the geological position of the petroleum coal.
The Empire, Sept. 8, 1865, p. 3.

George Robarts Smalley,
(Oct. 11, 1865) On certain possible relations between geological changes and astronomical observations,
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 338-346

Alexander Rattray,
(Nov. 8, 1865) On the geology and capabilities of the Cape York peninsula.

George Robarts Smalley,
(Dec. 6, 1865) The present state of astronomical, magnetical, and meteorological science; and the practical bearings of those subjects
Transactions of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales, 1862-1865 1: 347-356

 1866

Edward Pierson Ramsay,
(July 4, 1866) On the ornithology of Lake George.
The Sydney Morning Herald, July 24, 1866, p. 3.

George Robarts Smalley,
(Aug. 1, 1866) Preliminary remarks on the magnetical survey of New South Wales.

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(Aug. 1, 1866) On the dentation of Thylacoleo carnifex.
The Empire, Aug. 2, 1866, p. 4.

Edward Samuel Bedford,
(Sept. 12, 1866) Remarks on the support of the young of marsupial animals in the pouch.

James Charles Cox,
(Oct. 3, 1866) On the genus Trigonia.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Oct. 4, 1866, p. 5.

Charles Moore,
(Nov. 7, 1866) Remarks concerning a new species of Fagus.
The Sydney Mail, Nov. 10, 1866, p. 2.

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
(Nov. 7, 1866) On the classification of the small marsupial Insectivora.

Christopher Rolleston,
(Dec. 12, 1866) On the condition and resources of the colony.
The Empire, Dec. 17, 1866, p. 2.

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