Reference numberCLP/3ii/36
TitlePaper, 'An account of some observations made in London by Mr George Graham and at Black River in Jamaica by Colin Campbell concerning the going of a clock in order to determine the difference between the lengths of isochronal pendulums in those places'
DescriptionObserves the differences in the swing of the pendulum of the same length at different latitudes, 60 years after the discovery of the phenomena by Mr. Richer.

Subject: Mechanics

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'An account of some observations made in London, by Mr. George Graham, F. R. S. and at Black-River in Jamaica, by Colin Campbell, Esq; F. R. S. concerning the going of a Clock; in order to determine the difference between the lengths of isochronal pendulums in those places. Communicated by J. Bradley, M. A. Astr. Prof. Savill. Oxon. F. R. S.'

Communicated by J [James] Bradley to the Royal Society on 6 December 1733
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Digital imagesView item on Science in the Making
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1733.0048
Related records in the catalogueRBO/18/54
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8376Bradley; James (1693 - 1762)1693 - 1762
NA8405Graham; George (1673 - 1751)1673 - 1751
NA5312Campbell; Colin (- 1752) - 1752
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