Church, state, and astronomy in Ireland : 200 years of Armagh Observatory / J.A. Bennett.

Church, state, and astronomy in Ireland : 200 years of Armagh Observatory / J.A. Bennett.

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Bennett, J. A. (James A.)
Armagh, Northern Ireland : Armagh Observatory in association with the Institute of Irish Studies, the Queen's University of Belfast, 1990.
277 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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Range 16, Bay 3, Shelf 6, Mark Pendergrast research collection
This item is part of the Mark Pendergrast research collection.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-267) and index.
Mark Pendergrast research collection
Includes information on various telescopes and observatories.
Foundation of Armagh Observatory --
Instruments for the new observatory --
The observatory under Hamilton and Davenport --
The Robinson reformation --
The Robinson era (1) --
The Robinson era (2) --
The Robinson era (3) --
Disestablishment and decline --
Dreyer: the director as scholar --
Ellison: the director as amateur --
The Lindsay revival --
Lindsay's programme realised --
The observatory today.
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