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Davis, C. H.
Davis, Charles H.
Davis, Charles Henry
Davis, Chas. H.
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Bache, A. D. (1806-1867)
Bache, Alexander Dallas (1806-1867)
Gauss, Carl Friedrich (1777-1855)
Gauss, Karl Friedrich
Hall, Charles Francis (1821-1871)
Kerhallet, Charles Philippe de (1809-1863)
Robeson, G.M.
United States. Commission on Boston Harbor, 1859. [from old catalog]
United States. Navy Department
United States. Navy Dept
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Address to the graduating class of the United States Naval Academy
Coast Survey of the United States, 1849:, The
computation of an orbit from three complete observations. From the "Theoria motus corporum cœlestium" of Charles Frederick Gauss. With an appendix containing Prof. Encke's conclusions in his discussion of the values of Z, his table for determining the existence of the double orbit, and Professor Peirce's graphic delineations of the curves, showing geometrically the roots of the Gaussian equation IV., and the point of osculation in the doubtful case., The
General examination of the Pacific Ocean
Interoceanic communication at the American isthmus. Letter from the secretary of the navy in answer to a resolution of the House calling for the report of Rear-Admiral Davis ...
law of deposit of the flood tide its dynamical action and office, The
Memoir on Boston harbor
memoir upon the geological action of the tidal and other currents of the ocean, A
Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Narrative of the North Polar Expedition U.S. Ship Polaris, Captain Charles Francis Hall commanding
Remarks upon the establishment of an American prime meridian
Report on interoceanic canals and railroads between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
Report on the harbor of Charleston
scientific account of the inner harbor of Boston with a synopsis of the general principles to be observed in the improvement of tidal harbors, A
Tables of the moon; constructed from Plana's theory, with Airy's and Longstreth's corrections, Hansen's two inequalities of long period arising from the action of Venus, and Hansen's values of the secular variations of the mean motion and of the motion of the perigee. Arranged in a form designed by Professor Benjamin Peirce, consulting astronomer, for the use of the Nautical almanac. Under the superintendence of Charles Henry Davis, lieut. United States navy; and published under the authority of the Hon. John P. Kennedy, secretary of the navy.
Theoria motus corporum coelestium in sectionibus conicis solem ambientium.
Theory of the motion of the heavenly bodies moving about the sun in conic sections
Two memoranda on the objects and construction of the American ephemeris and Nautical Almanac
Verrier's letter of the intermercurial planets; and Faye's remarks upon its application to the case of the total eclipse of July 17 (Astron, time), 1860., Le