Various observations of the major stars.
1. Catalogue of right ascensions of stars compared with Alpha Aquilae, 1765-1766.
2. Problem to find the small differences of the interval of time of two stars passing two given wires in the transit telescope, including methodology and examples.
3. James Bradley's solstices, 1753-1760.
4. Corrections to the line of collimation in the quadrant, 1765-1808, tested by observations of Gamma Draconis and other stars.
5. Observations of stars in Gemini, 1753-1786.
6. Solstices, 1750-1820.
7. Observations of the stars in respect to the line of collimation, 1754-1787.
8. Detailed calculations of solstices, 1765-1791.
9. Stars observed in Gemini, 1768-1795.
10. Detailed calculations of solstices, 1789-1800.
11. Stars observed in Gemini, 1796-1805.
12. Detailed calculations of solstices, 1801-1809.
13. Observations of Gamma Draconis with the zenith sector and quadrant, 1800-1811, compared with Bradley's reductions for the solstices between 1750 and 1760. There is an 1805 observation of Gemini to check the line of collimation.
From this point the pages are inverted in the binding.
14. Observations of circumpolar stars and intervals of wires within the transit telescope, 1785.
15. Transits and computations of right ascensions for stars compared to comets, 1769-1779.
16. Observations on the intervals of transit telescope wires, 1765-1767.