Who Was Who. A. and C. Black.
Royal Astronomical Society
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|Friends, Associates||Mary Somerville||
In London the Somervilles enjoyed participating in a rich scientific community: Mary's time there was much happier than during her first marriage. She attended many lectures at the Royal Institution , and took lessons in...
|Publishing||Agnes Mary Clerke||
AMC also wrote several smaller works on astronomy, including Modern Cosmogonies (1906) as well as The Herschels and Modern Astronomy (1895), which was published in the Century Science Series.
From 1886 until her death...
|Reception||Agnes Mary Clerke|
On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences generated a particularly positive reception: it boasted an initial printing of two thousand copies; it ran to at least seven editions and many more re-printings, and was soon...
|Textual Production||Margaret Bryan||
MB 's surviving letters all have to do with her career in science. In the two about Lectures on Natural Philosophy mentioned above, she sought to increase the circulation of her writings. In one to...
By 10 June 1820: The Astronomical Society of London (later...
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By 10 June 1820
6 November 1919: Published observations of a solar eclipse,...
6 November 1919
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