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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Maclear, Thomas
Dates: 
1794-1879
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Language material
Related names: 
Gill, David Sir, 1843-1914
Great Britain. Admiralty
Herschel, John (1792-1871)
Herschel, John F. W. (1792-1871)
Herschel, John Frederick William (1792-1871)
Maclear, George W. H.
Maury, Matthew Fontaine (1806-1873)
Morris, William George Sir, 1847- [from old catalog]
Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope
Stone, Edward James (1831-1897)
Warner, Brian
Warner, Nancy
Titles: 
Cape catalogue of stars, 1850
Cape catalogue of stars 1865-0
Catalogue of 1905 stars for the equinox 1865·0 from observations made at the Royal observatory, Cape of Good Hope, during the years 1861 to 1870
Catalogue of 1905 stars for the equinox 18650̇ from observations made at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, during the years 1861 to 1870 under the direction of Thomas Maclear
Catalogue of 4,810 stars for the epoch 1850; from observations made at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, during the years 1849 to 1852, under the direction of Thomas Maclear
Contributions to astronomy and geodesy, forming part of vol. xx of the Memoirs of the Royal astronomical society.
Contributions to astronomy and geodesy, forming part of vol. xxi of the Memoirs of the Royal astronomical society ...
Maclear & Herschel, 1984:
Maclear & Herschel Letters and diaries at the Cape of Good Hope, 1834-1838
Maclear & Herschel : letters & diaries at the Cape of Good Hope, 1834-1938
Observations at the Royal observatory, Cape of Good Hope . . . (Forming part of vol. XXXII of the Memoirs of the Royal astronomical society)
Observations to determine the solar parallax.
Report on the geodetic survey of South Africa executed by Lieutenant-Colonel Morris, R. E., C. M. G., in the years 1883-92
Results of meteorological observations made at the Royal observatory, Cape of Good Hope.
Right ascensions and north polar distances of comet I. 1865, derived from observations made with the 8 1/2-feet equatoreal.
Verification and extension of La Caille's arc of meridian at the Cape of Good Hope;
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