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[[3 columned table]]
|1892|   |   |
|Aug. 18|H.P 3747|4|
|Aug. 22|Measurements to determine position of new V Type stars in Carina|5✓|
|Aug. 22|New V Type stars in Argo.|5✓|
|Aug. 22|New variable in Libra.|6✓, 38,^[[˄]]|
|Aug. 27|New variable in [[strikethrough]]Boötis[[/strikethrough]]Virgo.|B2,52✓: 15, 39^[[˄]]|
|Aug. 29|New variable in Horologium.|21, 40^[[˄]],43✓|
|Aug. 29|New variable in Tucanum.|B2, 40✓ 25, 41^[[˄]]|
|Aug. 29|New variable in No. [[strikethrough]2[[/strikethrough]3 in Sagittarius|B2, 39✓ 30, 42^[[˄]]|
|   |[[strikethrough]]Meas to determine of pos. of new var. in Horologium|43|[[/strikethrough]]|
|Aug. 31|New var. in Octans No.1|B2 p. 51✓; 44, 79^[[˄]]|
|Aug. 31|New var. in Octans No.2|B2 p. 50✓; 64, 83˄|
|Sept. 8|Prof. Schaberlae's new var in R.A 3^[[h]] 5.5^[[m]] Dec. +14° 24' (1900)|87✓, 90^[[˄]]|
|Sept. 10|Meas. for position of Br. Lines in Nova Aurigae|91|
|Sept. 30|Meas to determine centre of region photographed as meas. on frame by T Square.|93|
|Oct. 22|Mr Douglas' List of Objects of Interest sent from Peru. IV & V Types|94|
|Oct. 26|Exam. of Photographic Chart for var. star referred to in J.G. Hagen's letter Oct 22, '92|98|
|1893|   |   |
|Jan. 4|Meas. for positions of new V type  Stars. approx (1900) 15^[[h]] 54.7^[[m]] -62° 22'; approx (1900) 11^[[h]] 55.5^[[m]] -54° 35'; -54° 35'; (1900) approx. 13^[[h]] 24.4^[[m]] -61° 38'|99| 
Jan. 4|Meas. for positions of New Var. Star in Scorpius, approx. (1900) V type Star 10^[[h]] 12.5^[[m]] -57° 18'. V type Star ^[[approx (1900)]] 10^[[h]] 46.4^[[m]] -61° 35'|100✓ 105 112^[[˄]]|
|Jan. 10|Meas. for position of Comp. Stars for L.D. Wells' Var. |101|
|   |List of D.C. Stars looked up at request of|114|
|   |Monck's list of D.C. Stars|114-119|
|Mar 20, '93|Measurements to determine scale of photographs|120|
|Mar 20, '93|Measurements of region of omicron Centauri|121|
|May 5, '93|Note on BD -14° 1126|122|

John G. Wolbach Library, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data Systems

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