PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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SMALLEY, George Robarts
Born Banbury, Oxfordshire, England (baptised 18 April 1822); died Sydney 11 July 1870. Education, St. John's College, Cambridge (B.A. 1845). Assistant, Cape Observatory, South Africa, 1846-51. Professor of mathematics, South African College, 1851-54. Lecturer in mathematics, King's College London, 1854-62. N.S.W. Government Astronomer, 1863-70.
- The theory of Encke's Cometeorological Philosophical Society of New South Wales. Transactions., (1862-65), 330-338. Read 2 August 1865.
- On certain possible relations between geological changes and astronomical observations. Philosophical Society of New South Wales. Transactions., (1862-65), 338-346. Read 11 October 1865.
- The present state of astronomical, magnetical, and meteorological science; and the practical bearings of those subjects. Philosophical Society of New South Wales. Transactions., (1862-65), 347-356. Read 6 December 1865.
- On the mutual influence of clock pendulums. Royal Society of New South Wales. Transactions., 1 (1867), 78-83.
- On the value of earth temperatures. Royal Society of New South Wales. Transactions., 2 (1868), 12-15.
- A compendium of facts and formulae in pure mathematics and natural philosophy. London: Bell and Daldy, 1862. xiv + 128 pp.
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