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Air currents over the British Isles, 1863

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Air currents over the British Isles. 19th-century chart showing air currents over the British Isles. The chart shows how storms and cyclones develop on the border between warm tropical and cold polar air masses. The chart is from 'The Weather Book: a manual of practical meteorology' (1863) by British naval officer and meteorologist Robert Fitzroy (1805-1865).

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Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, illustration

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Illustration of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson from the July 1891 edition of The Strand Magazine.

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Journal des scavans, 1684 reprint

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Journal des scavans, 1684 reprint. Title page from a reprint of one of the early editions of the French publication 'Journal des scavans'. This journal, the first academic journal published in Europe, was founded in Paris, France, in 1665. Some of the early Paris editions were reprinted in Amsterdam by the publishing house established by Pierre le Grand (1634-1712). This reprint dates from 1684. At centre is the 'Sieur de Hedouville' pseudonym used by the journal's founder Denis de Sallo (1626-1669). At lower centre is a representation of an armillary sphere.

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Philosophical Transactions, volume 1 (1665-6)

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Philosophical Transactions, volume 1. Title page for volume 1 (1665-6) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. The first issue of this journal, one of the oldest and longest-running scientific journals, was published on 6 March 1665. It was edited by the society's first secretary Henry Oldenburg. The first volume covered the years 1665 and 1666.

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions, 1665

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions. Printed page of text from the first volume (1665-7) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. This is the opening page of issue number 2, dated 3 April 1665. The opening lines list the contents of the issue, followed by the start of the first entry. The first entry is titled: 'Extract of a letter, lately written from Rome, touching the late comet, and a new one.'

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions. Printed page of text from the second volume (1667-8) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. This is the opening page of issue number 26, dated 3 June 1667. The opening lines list the contents of the issue, followed by the start of the first entry. The first entry is titled: 'Experiments for improving the art of gunnery.'

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions. Printed page of text from the second volume (1667-8) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. This is the opening page of issue number 29, dated 11 November 1667. The opening lines list the contents of the issue, followed by the start of the first entry. The first entry is titled: 'A description of an instrument for dividing a foot into many thousand parts, and and thereby measuring the diameters of planets to great exactness...'

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions, 1666

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions. Printed page of text from the first volume (1665-7) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. This is the opening page of issue number 13, dated 4 June 1666. The opening lines list the contents of the issue, followed by the start of the first entry. The first entry is titled: 'Certain problems touching some points of navigation.'

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions, 1666

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions. Printed page of text from the first volume (1665-7) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. This is the opening page of issue number 14, dated 2 July 1666. The opening lines list the contents of the issue, followed by the start of the first entry. The first entry is titled: 'An account of a new kind of baroscope, which may be called statical; and of some advantages and conveniences it hath above the mercurial: Communicated, some while since, by the Honourable Robert Boyle.' Baroscopes were another name for barometers, used to measure atmospheric pressure.

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Contents page from Philosophical Transactions. Printed page of text from the first volume (1665-7) of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. This is the opening page of issue number 21, dated 21 January 1667 (the year was printed as 1666 in error). The opening lines list the contents of the issue, followed by the start of the first entry. The first entry is titled: 'An account of Monsieur Hevelius's calculation of the late solar eclipse's quantity, duration, etc.'

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1665

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1665 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 17 of volume 1, and accompany issue 2, dated 3 April 1665. The illustrations show the mines of mercury in Friuli, as described by Walter Pope. The mines are described on pages 21-26, with the detailed description of these diagrams appearing on pages 25 and 26.

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1665

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Double fold-out page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1665 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 79 of volume 1, and accompany issue 5, dated 3 July 1665. The first illustration (left) is on the subject of 'how adits and mines are wrought at liege without air-shafts', communicated by Sir Robert Moray. The second and third illustrations (centre) are of devices used to break rocks. The fourth illustration (right) is from 'observations upon a monstrous head' by Robert Boyle. The descriptions are on pages 81-2, 83-4 and 85-6.

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1666

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1666 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 215 of volume 1, and accompany issue 13, dated 4 June 1666. The first illustration relates to the article 'A new contrivance of wheel-barometer' (pages 218-219). The other three illustrations show an optical phenomenon observed and described as 'An account of four suns [...] and of two rainbows...' (pages 219-222).

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1666

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1666 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 231 of volume 1, and accompany issue 14, dated 2 July 1666. The illustrations show two sets of observations of Mars from London and Italy (across top and at right), of Jupiter (centre left) and of Saturn (lower left). The description of all four sets of observations are on pages 239 to 247. The observations of Mars from London and of Jupiter and Saturn were by Robert Hooke. The observations of Mars from Italy were by Giovanni Domenico Cassini.

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Fold-out page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1667 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 369 of volume 1, and accompany issue 21, dated 21 January 1667. The illustrations accompany an account of 'Monsieur Hevelius's calculation of the late solar eclipse's quantity, duration etc.' This communication was sent to the Royal Society by Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius. The illustration shows both a solar eclipse main diagram) and a lunar eclipse (upper right). The observations relating to the diagrams are on pages 370-371.

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1667 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 433 of volume 2, and accompany issue 24, dated 8 April 1667. They show navigational instruments, accompanying an article on 'directions for observations and experiments to be made by masters of ships, pilots, and other fit persons in their sea voyages.' The detailed descriptions are on pages 433-448, with the whole issue devoted to this topic.

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1667 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 473 of volume 2, and accompany issue 26, dated 3 June 1667. The illustrations are for a review of a book on China by German Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher. The upper illustration shows a large arch bridge, an example of the advanced engineering capabilities of China. The lower illustration shows part of the Great Wall of China.

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions, 1667

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Illustration page from Philosophical Transactions. Page with illustrations and diagrams from a 1667 issue of 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London'. These illustrations precede page 541 of volume 2, and accompany issue 29, dated 11 November 1667. The illustration shows 'An instrument for dividing a foot into many thousand parts, and thereby measuring the diameters of planets to great exactness etc.'. This device was invented by English astronomer Richard Towneley. The detailed description is on pages 541-544.

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Tyndall's ratio spectrophotometer, 1860

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Tyndall's ratio spectrophotometer. 19th-century diagram of the apparatus used in 1860 by British physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893) to measure the ability of gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, water vapour, carbon dioxide, ozone, and methane to absorb radiant heat. The gas being tested was in the long tube, with a thermopile (centre left) and galvanometer (lower centre) used to measure temperature difference. This was a key development in early climate science. Tyndall was a professor at the Royal Institution, London. Diagram published in Tyndall's 'Contributions to Molecular Physics in the Domain of Radiant Heat' (1872).

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Pygmalion, 14th century illustration

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14th century illustration of the Greek mythological figure Pygmalion in front of his statue. Pygmalion was a Cypriot sculptor who carved a statue of a woman and fell in love with it. After Pygmalion prayed to Aphrodite, the statue came to life and they married. Illustration from the continuation of Guillaume de Lorris's 'Roman de la Rose' by Jean de Meun, published in Paris, France, circa 1380.

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