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- The small deformation of curves and surfaces with application to the vibrations of a helix and circular ring.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 19 (1889-90), 68-82. - On the exhaustion of Neumann's mode of solution for the motion of solids of revolution in liquids, and similar problems.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 19 (1889-90), 83-86. - Vibrations of a string stretched on a surface.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 19 (1889-90), 87-88. - On the stability of a bent and twisted wire.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 19 (1889-90), 181-184. - On the theory of free stream lines.
*Royal Society of London. Philosophical Transactions.*, A, 181 (1890), 389-431. - (Abstract) On a property of algebraic curves.
*Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of Meeting.*, 4 (Hobart, 1892), 257. - (Abstract) On the bulging of flat plates.
*Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of Meeting.*, 4 (Hobart, 1892), 258. - The highest waves in water.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.5, 36 (1893), 430-437. - A map of the complex
*Z*-function: a condenser problem.*Messenger of Mathematics*, 23 (1893-94), 72-78. - The wave-resistance of a ship.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.5, 45 (1898), 106-123. - On the direct determination of stress in an elastic solid, with application to the theory of plates.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 31 (1899), 100-124. - The stress in a rotating lamina.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 31 (1899), 124-130. - The uniform torsion and flexure of incomplete tores, with application to helical springs.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 31 (1899), 130-146. - The transmission of stress across a plane of discontinuity in an isotropic elastic solid, and the potential solutions for a plane boundary.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 31 (1899), 183-192. - Some elementary distributions of stress in three dimensions.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 32 (1900), 23-35. - Elementary distributions of plane stress.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 32 (1900), 35-61. - The stress in an aeolotropic elastic solid with an infinite plane boundary.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 32 (1900), 247-258. - The inversion of plane stress.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 34 (1901-02), 134-142. - The flexure of a circular plate.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 34 (1901-02), 223-238. - The stress in the web of a plate girder.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 31 (1900), 377-382. - The theory of uniformly loaded beams.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 32 (1901), 28-42. - The determination of the stress in an isotropic elastic sphere by means of intrinsic equations.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 30 (1900-01), 16-25. - The uniplanar stability of a rigid body.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 30 (1900-01), 35-40. - (With M.H. Belz)
*The elements of mathematical analysis*. London: Macmillan and Co. Ltd., 1937. 2 vols. 1087p.