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Early Experiments

This journal by James Dinwiddie written in 1777 lists a number of experiments related to electricity and electrical phenomena. This file consists of one journal.

Electricity, No. 1,3

These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 focus on electricity including electric machines, electrometers, lightning, and conductors.

Five letters to James Dinwiddie from W. Hart Stevenson

INDICES:::W. Hart Stevenson ; 1789 ; 1787 ; drawing frame ; John ; engine ; spinning frame ; spindles ; machinery ; Doctor Stewarts ; Devil ; cylinder ; brass ; iron ; Blair ; Spanish Ambassador ; Mrs. Miller ; Dictionary ; electrical ; steam ; Sm...

Galvanic Experiments

In this scientific journal by James Dinwiddie, he describes a number of galvanic experiments. This file consists of one journal.

Dinwiddie, James, 1765-1815

Introduction; Mechanics

These notes written by James Dinwiddie focus on topics in mechanics such as gravity, momentum, compound engines, and Ferguson's machine as well as matter, magnetism, electric shock, and capillary action in the introductory section.

Journal of Galvanism

In this scientific journal written in December, 1801 in Calcutta, James Dinwiddie records his observations and experiments in galvanism and other electrical phenomena. This file consists of one journal.

Journal of Lectures

These are a series of notes taken by James Dinwiddie between March 23, 1809 and December 21, 1809 from lectures given at the Royal Institution. The topics range from the electro-chemistry to astronomical systems to botanical taxonomies. This file ...

Lecture 7

These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie in 1783 (?) deal with electricity and electrical machines.

Lecture 8

These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie in 1783 (?) discuss electricity and lightning.

Lecture Notes

These notes written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 lists a series of topics in physics including heat, sight, electricity, magnetism, and fluids.

Lecture Notes

These notes written by James Dinwiddie contain sections of notes on various topics including the history of medicine, chemistry, electricity, proof of repulsions, and mathematics.

Lightning and other Phenomena: Lectures on Electricity

These notes written by James Dinwiddie focus on lightning and electricity. Dinwiddie mentions Benjamin Franklin, historical dates for important experiments, circuits, conductors and other phenomena including water spouts and earthquakes.

Magnetism and Electricity

In this scientific journal written begun April 1, 1776, James Dinwiddie discusses magnetism and electricity. He includes several diagrams related to magnets and magnetic fields and queries at the end of the section. This file consists of one journal.

Royal Institution Notes

This notebook kept by James Dinwiddie between December 29, 1810 and January 26, 1811 contains notes on Mr. Davy's lectures at the Royal Institution. The lectures focus on a range of topics in chemistry including electro-chemistry. This file c...

Royal Institution Notes

This notebook kept by James Dinwiddie between February 9, 1811 and April 3, 1811 contains notes on lectures at the Royal Institution. The lectures focus on a range of topics in chemistry including voltaic electricity, uses of potassium and sodium,...

Scientific Institution Invitation

This notice sent to James Dinwiddie on February 10, 1813 invites him to attend a lecture on electro-chemistry and voltaic electricity given by Mr. Singer at the Scientific Institution on February 23, 1813.

Scientific Institution Notes

This notebook kept by James Dinwiddie between April 25, 1811 and August 13, 1811 contains notes on lectures that focus on a range of topics in chemistry including experiments in electricity, chemical apparatus, and electrochemistry. This file cons...

Scientific Institution Notes

This notebook kept by James Dinwiddie between June 5 and June 29, 1809 contains notes on lectures that focus on a range of topics in chemistry including voltaic electricity, decomposition of salt and potash, and electrochemistry. This file consist...

Scientific Institution Notes

This notebook kept by James Dinwiddie between January 12, 1810 and June 18, 1810 contains notes on lectures that focus on a range of topics in chemistry including experiments, chemical properties of air, and electricity. This file consists of one ...

Scientific Institution Notes

This notebook kept by James Dinwiddie between June 21, 1810 and April 22, 1811 contains notes on lectures that focus on a range of topics in chemistry including metals and electrochemistry. This file consists of one notebook.

Seventeen letters to James Dinwiddie from Logan Henderson

INDICES:::John ; Dr. Gray ; arrest ; England ; paper ; phosperhous ; Liverpool ; Hamilton ; Playfair ; Germany ; government ; kingdom ; telescopes ; apparatus ; Maggy ; Slade ; Dublin ; Boulton ; experiments ; Lynch ; flight ; Ireland ; balloon ; ...