Papers relating to the solar eclipse seen in India on 22 January 1898:
Photographs of the Sahdol camp, various instruments and the solar eclipse, 1898.
Six copies of a map of central India showing the path and direction of totality, 1898. One map is annotated with the positions of manned stations.
Two copies of a plan of the camp at Sahdol, a plan of the Astronomer Royal's observing hut, and a world map showing the eclipse parameter worldwide, 1898.
Letter from H.L. Crosthwaite sending photographs, 1898.
Letter from Mr Butler sending photographs, 1898.
Letter from H. Kelsall-Slater sending photographs, 1898.
Letter from Major Burrard of the Survey of India, 1898, giving results of the triangulation at Sahdol and giving a statement of the times of contact, and photographs deduced from corongraph records.
Paper showing the extreme ranges of magnetic declination at Greenwich for January 1898.
Memoranda on the eclipse, 1898, including packing lists, adjustments of the instruments and clock errors.
Meteorological observations before, during and after the eclipse, and a series of daily temperature curves for days preceding and succeeding the eclipse, 1898.
'Brief Description of Magnetic Movements recorded at Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 1898 January.'
Four copies of the 'Nautical Almanac Circular', No. 16, 1898.
Proof copy of a lecture given to the Royal Astronomical Society by the Astronomer Royal, 1898.
Circular from the British Astronomical Association giving details of the eclipse expedition, 1897.
Two copies of a report by W.H.M. Christie and H.H. Turner from the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society', Vol. LXIV, concerning the eclipse expedition, 1898.