Electronic scientific, technical, and medical journal publishing and its implications : report of a symposium / Committee on Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing, Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, Policy and Global Affairs Division, the National Academies.
- National Academies (U.S.). Committee on Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing.
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A summary view of the spontaneous electricity of the earth and atmosphere; wherein the causes of lightning and thunder, As well as the Constant Electrification of the Clouds and Vapours, Suspended in the Air, are explained. With some new Experiments and Observations, Tending to Illustrate The Subject of Atmospherical Electricity; To which is subjoined the atmospherico-electrical journal, Kept during two Years, As Presented to and Published by The Royal Society of London. By John Read, of Knightsbridge, London.
- Read, John (Mathematical instrument maker)
Miscellaneous material: untitled 3pp typescript draft beginning 'There is apparently no question that Electric Automatic Computing machines can be made to play a legally correct game of chess', nd; typed extract from journal; colour photograph of unidentified laboratory
- Part of
- Bates, John A.V., and the Ratio Club
- Archives and manuscripts
An account of some new experiments in electricity: containing I. An enquiry whether vapour be a conductor of electricity. II. Some experiments, to ascertain the direction of the electric matter, in the discharge of the Leyden bottle: with a new analysis of the Leyden bottle. III. Experiments on the lateral explosion, in the discharge of the Leyden bottle. IV. The description and use of a new prime-conductor. V. miscellaneous experiments, made principally in the years 1771 and 1772. VI. Experiments and observations on the electricity of fogs, &c. in pursuance of those made by Thomas Ronayne, Esq; with a plan of an electrical Journal, &c. By William Henly, F. R. S. Read at the Royal Society, May 5, 1774.
- Henley, William, -1779.
- M.DCC.LXXIV. 
The election magazine; or The Oxfordshire register. Being a compleat collection of all the pieces in prose and verse lately published, in favour of the old and new interest; and not inserted in any other collection. Together with several very curious and interesting originals never before printed. Containing, I. Six Original Letters, between J. L. Esq; and the Rev. Mr H. II. News Boys, News! or the Electioneering Journal, No. I. III. More and more News, or the Electioneering Journal, No. II. IV. The Rump Worthies: Or the New Interest Supporters in their true Colours. V. The Deddington Blues; or the Rump Rumped. VI. The Chipping-Norton Procession. A Fragment. Vii. The Kidlington Canvass; or the Members in the Mud. Viii. A Tale of Chaucer's moderniz'd. Adapted to Pimp L-. IX. A Song for the Freeholders in the New Interest. X. The Bear at Oxford to the Lion at Henley. XI. The truest Blue that never Stains. XII. A Poetical Address to the Freeholders of Oxfordshire. XIII. Journal of a True Blue Parson for a Week. XIV. Epigram. XV. The Round-Head reviv'd. XVI. A Health for the True Blues. XVII. The Jolly Knight's Declaration to his Constituents. XVIII. Litchfield Blues invited to the Oxford Races. A new Song. XIX. Answer to the Invitation: Another new Song. XX. To the Honest Electors of Oxfordshire. A new Christian Ballad, &c. &c. &c. Appendix. XXI. A Hue and Cry after the Greens.
- MDCCLIII.