Letters to Maskelyne and loose papers relating to the discovery of Juno.
1. Letter from Dr Gauss, Brunswick, 25 September 1804, regarding the discovery of the asteroid Juno (named here Hebe), with its elements.
2. Letter from Dr Gauss, Brunswick, 16 October 1804, on the comparison between Pallas, Ceres and Juno and the elements of Juno.
3. Letter from Dr Gauss, Brunswick, 7 December 1804, regarding corrected elements of Juno.
4. Letter from Dr Gauss, Brunswick, 2 April 1805, requesting Maskelyne's observations of Juno, with an ephemeris for Ceres, Pallas and Juno, 1805-1806, and their elements for 1806.
5. Details of the asteroid Juno received from Lilienthal, Germany, 11 September 1804.
6. 'Places of new planet Juno', 1804.
7. Rough calculations.
8. 'Observations and calculations of a new planet discovered by Mr Harding at Lilienthal in the Dutchy of Bremen' (i.e. the planet Juno), 1 September 1804.
9. Reduced right ascension of Juno, 1804.
10. Equations relating to Juno, 1 October 1804.