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- Boundary problems for the generalised potential corresponding to the equation nabla*2U - k*2U=0.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 46 (1914), 66-82. - The mixed boundary problem for the generalised potential corresponding to the equation nabla*2U - k*2U=0.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 46 (1914), 83-94. - Singular parameter values in the boundary problems of the potential theory.
*Royal Society of Victoria. Proceedings.*, 27 (1914), 164-178. - Green's functions for the equation nabla*2U - k*2U=0, and the integration of some related equations.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure & Applied Mathematics*, 46 (1915), 198-215. - Note on my paper 'Green's functions for the equation nabla*2U - k*2U=0, &c.'
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 46 (1915), 384. - Problems in electrostatics and the steady flow of electricity under the exponential potential e*-kr/ r.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.6, 30 (1915), 568-581. - (Abstract) Green's dyadics in the theory of elasticity.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 15 (1916), xv-xvi. - On certain functions analogous to harmonic functions, and Green's functions of any order for the equation delta*2U - k*2U=0.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 47 (1916), 73-93. - Vector integral equations and Gibbs' dyadics.
*Cambridge Philosophical Society. Transactions*, 22 (1916), 133-158. - On two fundamental problems in the theory of elasticity.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.6, 32 (1916), 15-38. - On the equations of equilibrium for an elastic isotropic body, with or without heredity.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 46 (1916), 89-96. - A plea for a more general use of vector analysis in applied mathematics.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 9 (1917), 2-5. - On the hydrodynamics of relativity.
*Cambridge Philosophical Society. Proceedings.*, 19 (1917), 72-85. - Some theorems in four-dimensional analysis.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 48 (1917), 39-58. - Four-vector algebra and analysis.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 49 (1920), 155-176; 50 (1920), 49-61. - On general relativity and gravitation.
*Melbourne University Magazine*, (October 1920), 128-130. - The spectrum of learning.
*Secondary Teacher*, (November 1920), 4p. - Vector analysis in a university course.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 10 (1920), 170-172. - Vector algebra in general relativity.
*Tohoku Mathematical Journal*, 19 (1921), 89-104. - Green's dyadics in the theory of elasticity.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 52 (1923), 136-156. - On differential invariants in geometry of surfaces, with some applications to mathematical physics.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 50 (1925), 230-269. - On small deformation of surfaces and of thin elastic shells.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 50 (1925), 272-296. - Some new theorems in geometry of a surface.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 13 (1926), 1-6. - On triple systems and non-orthogonal curvilinear coordinates.
*Royal Society of Edinburgh. Proceedings.*, 46 (1926), 194-205. - On congruences of curves.
*Tohoku Mathematical Journal*, 28 (1927), 114-125. - On families of curves and surfaces.
*Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics*, 50 (1927), 350-361. - On the curvatures of a surface.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 56 (1927), 172-174. - On isometric systems of curves and surfaces.
*American Journal of Mathematics*, 49 (1927), 527-534. - Some properties of a family of curves on a surface.
*Edinburgh Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 1 (1927), 160-165. - On small deformations of curves.
*American Mathematical Society. Bulletin.*, 33 (1927), 58-62. - On Lamé families of surfaces.
*Annals of Mathematics*, S.2, 28 (1927), 301-308. - On families of surfaces.
*Mathematische Annalen*, 99 (1928), 473-478. - On small deformations of surfaces.
*Messenger of Mathematics*, 57 (1928), 106-112. - On Levi-Civita's theory of parallelism.
*American Mathematical Society. Bulletin.*, 34 (1928), 585-590. - On curvilinear congruences.
*American Mathematical Society. Transactions*, 31 (1929), 117-132. - On families of curves on a surface.
*Tohoku Mathematical Journal*, 30 (1929), 301-306. - On the divergence and circulation theorems for a surface.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 14 (1929), 461-462. - On Weingarten surfaces.
*Mathematische Zeitschrift*, 29 (1929), 292-299. - On oblique trajectories of a family of curves on a surface.
*Journal für reine und angewandte Mathematik*, 160 (1929), 61-66. - On the lines of equidistance of a family of surfaces.
*Journal de mathématiques pures et appliquées*, 9 (1930), 383-390. - The development of multidimensional differential geometry.
*Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of the Meeting.*, 21 (Sydney, 1932), 12-23. - Some theorems in Riemannian geometry.
*Tohoku Mathematical Journal*, 38 (1933), 422-430. - On certain quadric hypersurfaces in Riemannian space.
*Edinburgh Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, 4 (1934), 85-91. - On certain related curves.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 20 (1936), 320-321. - On the motion of an extensible membrane in a given curved surface.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 23 (1937), 573-580. - On the equations of Gauss and Codazzi for a surface.
*Tohoku Mathematical Journal*, 43 (1937), 30-32. - On certain useful vectors in differential geometry.
*Compositio mathematica*, 4 (1937), 342-345. - On the centre of spherical curvature of a curve.
*Mathematical Notes*, Nr. 36, (1937), xi-xii. - On transverse vibrations of curved membranes.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 28 (1939), 632-634. *Elementary vector analysis, with application to geometry and physics*. London: G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., 1921. xxvii + 184pp.*Advanced vector analysis, with application to mathematical physics*. London: G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., 1924. xvi + 222pp.*Differential geometry of three dimensions*. Cambridge: at the University Press, Vol. 1, 1927, xii + 268pp; Vol. 2, 1930, xii + 234pp.*An introduction to Riemannian geometry and the tensor calculus*. Cambridge: at the University Press, 1938. x + 191pp.