Illustrated Milkman

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Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 63.6 ± 19.2 254.1 ± 61.8 415.1 ± 27.1 163.0 ± 61.4 keywords meteor (6) astronomy (2) Meteors (1) disappearing and reappearing (1) 1850 (3) 1855. (1) reappearing meteor (2) Shardlow (2) Nottingham (2) 1855 (2) Astronomy:meteors (1) meteor (2) Mr. W. H. Leeson (1) August 15th (1) 9h. 35. p.m. (1) Mr. F. E. Swann (1) 14th October (1) 8h. 27m. p.m. (1) Fig. 10 (1) Fig. 11 (1) Arcturus (1)
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 71.4 ± 20.0 837.5 ± 6.1 407.5 ± 27.5 247.9 ± 6.4 keywords meteor (9) astronomy (1) diagram of lights in sky (1) 5/12/1849 (1) persistent trail (1) Highfield House (2) 1849 (2) line (1) wavy (1) Astronomy:meteors (1) Meteor (1) November 5th (1) 6h. 20m. p.m. (1) red light (1) 50º in lenght (1) straight line (1) wavy line (1) Mr. Glaisher (1) Montgomery (1) 80 miles from earth (1) Fig. 12 (1) pencil of light (1)
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 569.9 ± 42.2 242.6 ± 4.4 306.2 ± 79.9 121.0 ± 8.0 keywords meteor (11) astronomy (1) 4/7/1851 (1) diagram. (1) Saturn (1) Aurora borealis (1) balls (1) Highfield House (2) 1851 (2) Astronomy:meteors (1) July 4th (1) 11h. 16m. p.m. (1) Jupiter (1) twice the size of Jupiter (1) red (1) circular (1) blue balls (2) Fig. 13 (1)
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 531.0 ± 19.7 611.1 ± 5.5 391.1 ± 37.7 137.1 ± 6.2 keywords meteor (9) astronomy (1) 1/12/1851 (1) Beeston Observatory (2) sparks (1) Beeston (1) 1851 (2) Astronomy:meteors (1) December 1st (1) 8h. 23m. 45s. p.m. (1) Saturn (1) spark (1) Fig. 14 (1)
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 511.2 ± 10.9 999.0 ± 7.8 193.4 ± 14.0 232.0 ± 17.6 keywords meteor (4) Aurora borealis (1) astronomy (1) Aurora Borealis (1) 20/4/1852 (1) Oxford (1) aurora (1) Rose Hill (1) 1855 (1)
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 719.8 ± 10.3 999.5 ± 12.2 227.6 ± 14.1 235.6 ± 12.4 keywords meteor (2) astronomy (1) meteor breaking up (1) multiple meteor (1) Beeston (1) 1853 (1)
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 512.7 ± 3.5 996.1 ± 5.1 442.8 ± 16.2 241.4 ± 6.1 keywords Aurora borealis (3) meteor (6) Astronomy:meteors (1) aurora borealis (1) Rev. J. Slatter (1) Rose Hill (1) Oxford (1) 20th April (1) 1852 (2) 20/04/1852 (1) assemblage (1) Beeston Observatory (1) 23/08/1853 (1) 1853 (1) Fig. 15 (1) Fig. 16 (1)
Inscription 266.1 ± 13.6 354.2 ± 65.3 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text fig 10 (1) fig 11 (1) FIG. 10. (1) FIG. 11. (1) Fig. 10. (1) Fig. 11. (1) Shardlow,August 15th 1850 (9h 35m p.m.); Nottingham, 14th October 1855 (8h 27m p.m.) (1)
Inscription 310.6 ± 60.7 1013.4 ± 68.8 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text fig 12 (1) FIG. 12. (1) Fig. 12. (1) Meteor, Highfield House, Novemver 5th 1849 (6h 20m p.m.) (1) Meteor;Highfield House;1849;thin pencil of red light in sky (1)
Inscription 724.2 ± 92.4 335.1 ± 13.5 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text fig 13 (1) FIG. 13. (1) Fig. 13. (1) Meteor;1851;Highfield House;twice the size of Jupiter;red in colour (1) Meteor, Highfield House, July 4th 1851 (11h 16m p.m.) (1)
Inscription 745.5 ± 49.8 714.6 ± 24.5 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text fig 14 (1) FIG. 14. (1) Fig. 14. (1) Meteor;1851;Beeston Observatory;twice the size of Saturn;spark then a small number of sparks (1) Meteor, Beeston Observatory, 1st Decembet 1851 (8h 23m 45s p.m.) (1)
Inscription 593.3 ± 3.9 1174.1 ± 66.8 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text fig 15 (1) FIG. 15. (1) Fig. 15. (1)
Inscription 857.6 ± 12.4 1180.3 ± 36.8 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text fig 16 (1) FIG. 16. (1) Fig. 16. (1) An instance of Aurora Borealis changing the direction of a meteor;Rose Hill;Oxford;1852 (1)

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meteor (47) astronomy (7) Aurora borealis (5) Meteors (1) disappearing and reappearing (1) 1850 (3) 1855. (1) diagram of lights in sky (1) 5/12/1849 (1) 4/7/1851 (1) diagram. (1) 1/12/1851 (1) Beeston Observatory (3) Aurora Borealis (1) 20/4/1852 (1) Oxford (2) meteor breaking up (1) Saturn (2) reappearing meteor (2) Shardlow (2) Nottingham (2) 1855 (3) persistent trail (1) Highfield House (4) 1849 (2) balls (1) 1851 (4) sparks (1) Beeston (2) aurora (1) Rose Hill (2) multiple meteor (1) 1853 (2) line (1) wavy (1) blue balls (2) Astronomy:meteors (5) Meteor (1) aurora borealis (1) meteor (2) Mr. W. H. Leeson (1) August 15th (1) 9h. 35. p.m. (1) Mr. F. E. Swann (1) 14th October (1) 8h. 27m. p.m. (1) July 4th (1) 11h. 16m. p.m. (1) Jupiter (1) twice the size of Jupiter (1) red (1) circular (1) December 1st (1) 8h. 23m. 45s. p.m. (1) spark (1) November 5th (1) 6h. 20m. p.m. (1) red light (1) 50º in lenght (1) straight line (1) wavy line (1) Mr. Glaisher (1) Montgomery (1) 80 miles from earth (1) Rev. J. Slatter (1) 20th April (1) 1852 (2) 20/04/1852 (1) assemblage (1) 23/08/1853 (1) Fig. 10 (1) Fig. 11 (1) Fig. 12 (1) Fig. 13 (1) Fig. 14 (1) Fig. 15 (1) Fig. 16 (1) Arcturus (1) pencil of light (1)

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Keywords: meteor; Aurora borealis; astronomy

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Keywords: Meteors, disappearing and reappearing, 1850, 1855.

Keywords: diagram of lights in sky, meteor, 5/12/1849

Keywords: meteor, 4/7/1851, diagram.

Keywords: meteor, 1/12/1851, Beeston Observatory

Keywords: Aurora Borealis, meteor, 20/4/1852, Oxford

Keywords: meteor breaking up

Contributor: W H Leeson other

Contributor: F E Swann other

Contributor: Mr Glaisher other

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Keywords: meteor; Saturn; Aurora borealis

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Inscription: {"text"=>"FIG. 10."}

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Keywords: reappearing meteor;Shardlow;1850

Keywords: reappearing meteor;Nottingham;1855

Keywords: meteor;persistent trail;Highfield House;1849

Keywords: meteor;balls;Highfield House;1851

Keywords: meteor;sparks;Beeston;1851

Keywords: meteor;aurora;Rose Hill; 1855

Keywords: multiple meteor;Beeston;1853

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Inscription: {"text"=>"Fig. 10."}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Fig. 11."}

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Keywords: meteor; line; wavy

Keywords: meteor; blue balls

Keywords: Aurora borealis; meteor

Keywords: Astronomy:meteors

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Inscription: {"text"=>"Instances of disappearing and reappearing meteor.\n"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Meteor;Highfield House;1849;thin pencil of red light in sky"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Meteor;1851;Highfield House;twice the size of Jupiter;red in colour"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Meteor;1851;Beeston Observatory;twice the size of Saturn;spark then a small number of sparks"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"An instance of Aurora Borealis changing the direction of a meteor;Rose Hill;Oxford;1852"}

Keywords: Meteor

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Keywords: meteor; aurora borealis

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Inscription: {"text"=>"Shardlow,August 15th 1850 (9h 35m p.m.); Nottingham, 14th October 1855 (8h 27m p.m.)"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Meteor, Highfield House, Novemver 5th 1849 (6h 20m p.m.)"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Meteor, Highfield House, July 4th 1851 (11h 16m p.m.)"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Meteor, Beeston Observatory, 1st Decembet 1851 (8h 23m 45s p.m.)"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"15: Aurora Borealis changing direction of a meteor, Oxford 29th April 1852 (11h 25m p.m.);\n16: Accumulation of separate bodies becoming larger and brighter then disappearing"}

Contributor: Mr W. H. Leeson (Fig 10) and Mr F. E. Swann (Fig 11) other

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Contributor: Rev. J. Slatter (Fig 15), Fig 16 unknown other

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Keywords: Shardlow; Mr. W. H. Leeson; August 15th, 1850; 9h. 35. p.m.; Nottingham; Mr. F. E. Swann; 14th October, 1855; 8h. 27m. p.m.; meteor

Keywords: meteor; 1851, July 4th; 11h. 16m. p.m.; Highfield House; Jupiter; twice the size of Jupiter; red; circular; blue balls;

Keywords: meteor; 1851, December 1st; 8h. 23m. 45s. p.m.; Beeston Observatory; Saturn; spark;

Keywords: meteor; Highfield House; November 5th, 1849; 6h. 20m. p.m.; red light; 50º in lenght; straight line; wavy line; Mr. Glaisher; Montgomery; 80 miles from earth;

Keywords: Aurora borealis; meteor; Rev. J. Slatter; Rose Hill; Oxford; 20th April, 1852; 20/04/1852; 1852; assemblage; Beeston Observatory; 23/08/1853; 1853;

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Keywords: meteor; Arcturus

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