Philosophical essays on the following subjects : I. On the ascent of vapours, the formation of clouds, rain and dew, and on several other phoenomena of air and water, II. Observations and conjectures on the nature of the aurora Borealis, and the tails of comets, III. On the principles of mechanics
- Hamilton, Hugh, 1729-1805.
Weather, health, and forests : a report on the inequalities of the mortality from malarial fever and other diseases, in Mauritius, considered in relation to the inequalities of temperature, humidity, and rainfall ; on a possible periodicity of mortality related to the eleven-year periodicity of solar activity ; and on the climatic and other effects of forests
- Meldrum, Charles, 1821-1901.
A form of prayer, to be used upon the twelfth of June, in all churches and chappels within the Cities of London and Westminster ... And upon the nineteenth of the said moneth, in all other churches and chappels within ... His Majesties Dominions ... Being the several days appointed for a general fast ... for the averting those sicknesses and diseases, that death and scarcity which justly may be feared from the late immoderate rain and waters.
- Church of England.