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A GENERAL CATALOGUE 



OF 



NEBULA AND CLTJSTEES OF STARS, 

ARRANGED IN ORDER OF RIGHT ASCENSION AND REDUCED 
TO THE COMMON EPOCH 1860-0 



(WITH PRECESSIONS COMPUTED FOR THE EPOCH 1880-0). 



BY 

SIR JOHN F. W. HERSCHEL, BART., K.H., F.R.S., 

M.A., D.C.L., F.R.S.E., 'nON. M.R.I.A., F.B.A.S., F.G.S., M.C.U.P.S.. 

Member oftlic Institute of France, 

and 

( 'orrespondent or Honorary Member of the Imperial, Royal, and National Academies of Sciences of Amsterdam. 

Berlin. Breslau, Brussels, Copenhagen, Gottingen. Haarlem, Massachusetts (U.S.), Modena, Moscow, 

Naples. Pesth, Petersburg, Stockholm, Turin, Vienna, and Washington (U.S.) ; 

The Italian and Helvetic Societies ; 
The Academies, Institutes. &c. of Albany (U.S.), Bologna, Catania, Dijon. Lausanne, 

Nantes, Padua. Palermo, Rome, Venice, Utrecht, and Wilna ; 

The Philomathic Society of Paris; the Asiatic Society of Bengal; South African Lit. and Phil. Society; Literarv and 

Historical Society of Quebec ; Historical Society of New York ; Batavian Society of Experimental 

Philosophy of Rotterdam ; Royal Med.-Chir. Soc., Instit. of Civil Engineers, 

and Soc. of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, London ; 

Leeds and Manchester Literary and Philosophical Societies ; Geographical Society of Berlin ; 
Astronomical and Meteorological Society of British Guiana ; &c. <tc. &c. 



From the PHILOSOPHICAL TP.ANSACTIONS. PART I. 1804. 




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LONDON: 

PRINTED BY TAYLOR AND FRANCIS, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET. 

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PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS. 



I. Catalogue of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars. 
By Sir JOHN FREDERICK WILLIAM HERSCHEL, Sort., F.R.S. 

Received October 16, Read November 19, 1863. 

Introduction. 

THE study of the Nebulae has, within the last quarter of a century, attracted much more 
of the attention of observers than heretofore as well on account of the singularity of 
the phenomena presented by many of these objects, as in consequence of the increased 
optical power of the telescopes which the skill and industry of modern inventors and artists 
have placed within their reach. The brighter nebulae cannot be viewed to any advantage, 
and the fainter cannot be seen at all, except by the aid of telescopes of large aperture ; 
and, thanks to the exertions of Lord ROSSE, Mr. LASSELL, Messrs. NASMYTH and DE LA 
RUE in England, and Messrs. STEINHEIL, FOUCAULT, and PORRO in Germany and France, 
as regards reflecting telescopes, and to those of FRAUNHOFER, MEHZ, CAUCHOIX, CLARKE, 
COOK, SECRETAN, Ross, and DALLMEYER as regards refractors ; instruments of abundantly 
sufficient optical capacity not only to repeat and verify the earlier observations, but to 
disclose new and more interesting features in many cases, have now come into the hands 
of many observers, both professional astronomers and amateurs, and may be had by any 
one who is willing to incur a cost which may be considered moderate when it is remembered 
that instruments of similar dimensions and goodness could not be obtained fifty years 
ago at any price. In consequence we find a continually increasing attention directed to 
this department of astronomy. Not to insist on the observations of the Earl of ROSSE 
and Mr. LASSELL with their transcendent reflectors, we find a systematic examination and 
review of them undertaken by M. D' ARREST in the year 1855, by the aid of a refractor 
of 6-feet focal length and 4 inches aperture in the Leipzig Observatory, whose results, 
consisting in the carefully determined places, by repeated observations, of about 230 
nebulae, were published in 1856, in a work entitled " Resultate aus Beobachtungen der 
Nebelflecken und Sternhaufen" (Erste Reihe, Leipzig). This review has since been 
carried on by the same excellent astronomer, with the great refractor by MERZ of 
11 inches in aperture and 1 6-feet focus, erected in the year 1861 at the Royal Observa- 

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tory of Copenhagen. Again, from the Observatory of the Collegio Romano, under the 
direction of Signer SECCHI, have emanated many valuable observations, and from that at 
Harvard College, Cambridge, U.S., under the late and present Professors BOND, some of 
the most striking pictorial representations of particular nebulae which we possess. 
Neither ought a short but very valuable memoir by the late E. MASON, printed in the 
7th volume of the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, to be passed 
in silence ; containing as it does a very elaborate and minute examination, and some 
excellent delineations of several highly interesting nebulae, particularly those in the 
great nebulous region of Cygnus. To M. AUWEBS also we owe many accurate and 
valuable observations, besides a Catalogue comprising the whole series of Sir WILLIAM 
HEBSCHEL'S nebulae arranged in order of right ascension and reduced to a common epoch, 
of which more hereafter. Should the efforts which are now making to procure for the 
University of Melbourne in Australia a reflector of the first magnitude prove, as is to be 
hoped, successful, it is understood that one of the principal uses to which it will be 
devoted will be the examination and exact delineation of the numerous and wonderful 
objects of this class which the southern hemisphere presents. 

These circumstances, but more especially the last-mentioned, render it extremely 
desirable to have presented in one work, without the necessity of turning over many 
volumes, a general catalogue of all the nebulae and clusters of stars actually known, both 
northern and southern, arranged in order of right ascension and reduced to a common 
and sufficiently advanced epoch which may serve as a general index to them, and enable 
an observer at once to turn his instrument on any one of them, as well as to put it in 
his power immediately to ascertain whether any object of this nature which he may 
encounter in his observations is new, or should be set down as one previously observed. 
For want of such a general catalogue, in fact, a great many nebulae have been, from 
time to time, in the 'Astronomische Nachrichten' and elsewhere, introduced to the world 
as new discoveries, which have since been identified with nebulae already described and 
well known. Many a supposed comet, too, would have been recognized at once as a 
nebula, had such a general catalogue been at hand, and much valuable time been thus 
saved to their observers in looking out for them again. 

Besides these there are other considerations which have weighed with me in under- 
taking the task of compiling such a general catalogue. Having, in the course of my 
own observations, received the greatest possible assistance from the possession of a Manu- 
script Catalogue of all the nebulae and clusters discovered by my Father, brought to the 
common epoch 1800-0, and arranged in zones of 1 in breadth in polar distance, by his 
sister the late Miss CABOLINA L. HEESCHEL, it seemed to me nothing less than a debt of 
gratitude, not merely to acknowledge that assistance, but to avail myself still further of 
it to complete the list of his nebulae by supplying from that catalogue the places of all 
those nebulae among them which had escaped my own observation (a very numerous 
list), and by inserting from it all those places of nebulae observed by myself which were 
deficient in either element (of K.A. or P.D.), or in which I had reason to apprehend 



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greater errors than those which probably affected her results. This I have accordingly 
done. But to do it effectually, and at the same time to effect a thoroughly correct 
identification of the objects in my catalogues with those of the older series, involved, 
as a necessary preliminary step, the reduction to 1830 - of the whole of her catalogue, 
an operation in which I received the assistance of my sons; the computations being 
executed for each nebula in duplicate and checked by myself, and which, takon 
leisurely, zone by zone, as time and circumstance permitted, proved less onerous and 
wearisome than might have been expected. The Catalogue thus reduced to the same 
epoch as my own, afforded the means of detecting and rectifying a great many errors of 
nomenclature in the latter. And it was in the course of this part of the inquiry, in 
which many cases of considerable intricacy and difficulty occurred (as will be evident on 
a perusal of the notes appended to this Catalogue), and in which it became necessary to 
recur both to the original sweeps and to a series of registered extracts from them (the 
nature of which will be more distinctly stated hereafter), that I learned fully to appre- 
tiate the skill, diligence, and accuracy which that indefatigable lady brought to bear on 
a task which only the most boundless devotion could have induced her to undertake or 
enabled her to accomplish. 

Arrived at this stage that is to say, the mean results of all the observations in my 
own Catalogues taken, and all the deficient or imperfectly observed nebulae in my 
Father's list supplied, as above stated, and the whole arranged, not in zones, but in 
general order of right ascension, it then became necessary, in order to produce a work 
available for future observation, to bring the whole up to a still more advanced epoch. 
The work required for this purpose, calling no longer for any discussion, or collation of 
the original observations or registers, but being one of simple arithmetical computation 
from a definite formula the Royal Society, at my application, very liberally undertook 
to supply, from the funds at their annual disposal, the amount necessary to procure its 
execution by an experienced computer (Mr. KEESCHNER, one of the occasional computists 
for the Royal Observatory of Greenwich). This work the Astronomer Royal most 
obligingly offered to superintend, affording at the same time his advice as to the general 
principle on which the computation should be conducted. The plan suggested by him 
and adopted in effect was this. Each object in the Catalogue was first roughly brought 
up to the year 1880 by the application of approximate precessions in R.A. and P.D. 
The places so obtained were then employed to compute the exact precessions in both by 
the usual formula?, with coefficients for the year 1880-0, viz. 

Precession in R.A. = 3 S -072 + l'-337 . sin R.A. cotan P.D. 

Precession in P.D. = 20"'06cosR.A. 

And the precessions, so calculated, were then used to bring up the places from 1830 to 
1860, the epoch of the Catalogue; so that, the places being given for 1860 and the pre- 
cessions for twenty years in advance, the application of those precessions to those places 
shall give dependable places for any year up to the year 1930, at which time the small 
error in excess or defect of the true precession consequent on using the fifty years' 

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antecedent place of the object will be exactly compensated by the further change of 
place in the same direction in the subsequent fifty. Two cases of excessive proximity to 
the poles, northern and southern, viz. those of the nebulae Nos. 2043 and 1652 of the 
present Catalogue, are excepted, the precessions changing so rapidly, and with so much 
deviation from uniformity, that a rigorous computation, at least in R.A., will always be 
necessary. In the case of No. 2043, the effect of precession in the thirty years from 
1830 to 1860 has been to change the R.A. from 2 1 ' 32 m to 10 h 8 m . 

This computation was completed, and a fair copy of the resulting places, arranged de 
now in their order of R.A. for 1860, forwarded to me on the 6th of February last (1863). 
The nomenclature of the objects having in the interim been settled satisfactorily by 
myself, and a description of each nebula, from a careful comparison of all the descriptions 
given, prepared, it remained only to fill in the columns left blank for these and the other 
necessary particulars, and to complete the Catalogue by the insertion in their proper 
places of the places and descriptions of all such other nebulae, non-observed by either my 
Father or myself, similarly reduced, of which I could gather any accounts. These will be 
found enumerated further on in the " Explanation and arrangement of the Catalogue." 

On the 23rd of February last, while engaged in this work, I received, by the kindness 
of the Astronomer Royal, a copy of the important work of M. AUWERS before alluded 
to, entitled " WILLIAM HERSCHEL'S Verzeichnissen von Nebelflecken und Sternhaufen, 
bearbeitet von ARTHUR AUWEES. Konigsberg, 1862," of whose existence this was my first 
notice. It contains a complete and most elaborate reduction to 1830, from the observed 
differences in R.A. and P.D. with known stars, recorded in the Philosophical Transac- 
tions, of all the nebulas and clusters in my Father's three Catalogues ; together with a 
separate catalogue of all those collected by MESSIER from his own observations, or those of 
MECHAIN and others (101 in number), similarly reduced ; another of LACAILLE'S southern 
nebulae, and one of 50 " new nebulae," comprising nearly all those observed by other astro- 
nomers (Lord ROSSE excepted) in this hemisphere all brought up to the same epoch. 

It may be readily supposed that I lost no time in comparing my own previous work 
with this of M. AUWERS ; the places of which having been obtained by the aid of far 
better and more dependable catalogues of stars, to give the true positions of the zero- 
points or determining stars in the differential observations, as well as of more exact pre- 
cessions, and doubtless, a much more systematic process of treatment, would be entitled, 
observation for observation, to be considered as representing the original sweeps more 
faithfully than could be expected from my own preparatory catalogue. On the other 
hand, however, the Zone Catalogue from which that was derived possessed the advantage 
of having been deduced, not from a single difference of R.A. and P.D. between each 
nebula and a single determining star, but from all the observations of each nebula ; 
often in many different sweeps, and in the same sweep often from more than one star ; 
thus eliminating, no doubt, a great deal of casual error. In that catalogue, too, as in 
my own catalogues of 1833 and that of the southern nebulae, the individual results of 
each observation, or, to speak more exactly, of each differential comparison, is separately 



OF NEBTJLJE AND CLTJSTEKS OF STAES. 5 

recorded, so that any suspiciously large deviation from the mean of all may be at once 
noticed and traced to its origin in the sweeping books. My reduction was of course 
based on the means of all these (rejecting such as were obviously and grossly faulty), 
and might therefore, pro tanto, be regarded as of superior authority. This consideration, 
joined to that before adduced, decided me to retain those places in the present Catalogue 
which had been derived from this source, except in a few instances (specified in the 
notes) when it proved, by careful examination of the causes of discordance, that actual 
mistakes had been committed. And I must not omit to add that the comparison so 
instituted with M. AUWERS'S results has led me to the detection of several grave errors 
in my own work which would certainly have otherwise escaped notice (and in some 
cases have caused the loss of future observations by missetting the telescope), and whose 
rectification has added materially to its value. On the other hand, as no human work 
is perfect, I have been led to notice some errors in M. AUWERS'S work itself, which are 
set down in a list of errata and corrigenda at the end of this Catalogue ; and besides, a 
good many cases in which, owing to mistakes in the printed catalogue in the volumes of 
the Philosophical Transactions (many of which stood corrected in MS. in the margin of 
the copy of those Transactions in my possession, and many more have been silently 
detected and rectified by Miss C. H. in her subsequent computations), his calculations 
have been founded on erroneous data, and have therefore led him to assign erroneous 
places to the objects so affected. Thus on every account the result has been what may 
be considered a complete expurgation of both our catalogues. 

It remains for me to say a few words on the way in which the reduction to 1860 and 
the calculation of the precessions have been performed by Mr. KERSCHNER, the com- 
putist employed by the Astronomer Royal for that purpose. The whole work has been 
executed on printed forms, which being preserved may at any time be referred to. 
Since error in computation, however practised the computer, and however checked, is 
always possible, and occasional error of copying, especially when the order of the entries 
has to be rearranged, is absolutely unavoidable, I considered it incumbent on me to 
recalculate, seriatim from my original MS. Catalogue for 1830, and taking for granted 
the precessions set down in the fair copy, for 1880, the places both in E.A. and P.D. of 
every object included in the Catalogue ; keeping an eye meanwhile to the precessions 
themselves, and their signs, to seize the least indication of error in that quarter. It 
would have been too laborious to recompute these. As for the precessions in P.D., 
their regular progression of itself ensures their correctness, as far at least as the integer 
seconds and the first decimal place. A pretty considerable number of errors (most of 
them of little moment) was thus detected and corrected not more, however, than might 
reasonably be expected in the work of the most expert computist in so extensive a work, 
consisting of between nine and ten thousand computed entries (taking both elements), 
and traceable moreover in many instances to obvious misreading, and in some to actual 
miscntry on my part, of figures in the original MS., which but for this further examina- 
tion would also have escaped notice altogether. 

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many instances, a change in the order of E.A., and a consequent erasure and interlinea- 
tion in the MS. The introduction, too, of the other nebulae (those of M. AUWERS'S cata- 
logue of " novae," those communicated to me for insertion by M. D'ARBEST, and those 
noticed by Lord ROSSE in his memoir of 1861, amounting altogether to 433 objects) 
necessitated many more interlineations, often occurring very inconveniently, two or three 
together, in a way to disfigure the MS. considerably. Unfortunately, too, in the MS. 
itself the column headed " No. in the Catalogue," which I had intended to have been 
left blank till all the rest of the work was completed, had been filled in by the trans- 
criber with a series of numbers in regular progression, from 1 to 4629, the actual num- 
ber of lines of which it then consisted. This made it necessary to renumber the whole 
ab initio in red ink, striking out the former numbers, and thus producing a still more 
unsightly appearance. Under these circumstances, I debated whether or not to recopy 
the whole. But, to say nothing of the sacrifice of time (since I could have entrusted it 
to no other hand), I believe it impossible to copy so voluminous a mass of figures and 
abbreviated writing without numerous errors. And being satisfied, from the repeated 
and careful revision it has undergone, of its present correctness, and equally so that with 
ordinary care on the part of the compositor (should the Council of the Royal Society 
decide on printing it) no mistake can arise from any of the alterations and interlineations 
it contains, I have decided in favour of presenting it as it stands, with the exception of 
two sheets which it was absolutely necessary to recopy owing to the extreme closeness 
of the interlineations, the smallness of the writing, and the transpositions needed. 
These have each been twice carefully read with the original. 

In presenting to the Royal Society this Catalogue, it - will be accompanied by the 
following series of records and documents which it may become desirable hereafter to 
refer to in elucidation of any point which may arise respecting the history or reduction 
of such of the objects as occur in my Father's classes and numbers printed in the Philo- 
sophical Transactions, viz. 

1st. A series of " register sheets" in which are entered up all the observations of each 
nebula or cluster copied verbatim from the sweeps, the nebulae, &c. being arranged in 
the order of their dates of discovery. These are the " register sheets " referred to in 
the notes on this Catalogue, and cited by their general (i. e. current) number, as H, 1 ; 
H, 2 ; . . . H, 2508. 

2nd. A similar set of register sheets of all the observations of each of MESSIER'S 
nebulae, arranged according to MESSIER'S numbers. 

3rd. A general index of the 2508 nebulas in classes and numbers, to find the " general 
number " of each to facilitate reference to the register sheets. (This index was drawn 
up by myself.) 

4th. An index list of the same nebulae, &c. arranged according to the " general 
number," to find the class and number of each. 

5th. A more complete ditto ditto, containing also the rough approximate R.A. and P.D. 
of each object for 1800, and the determining stars as in the Philosophical Transactions. 

6th. A catalogue in zones of P.D. of all the said nebulae and clusters arranged in each 



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zone in order of R.A., and reduced to the year 1800 by Miss C. L. HEESCHEL, exhibiting 
the reduced result of each separate observation of each nebula ; together with the deter- 
mining star or stars in each case, and the differences of R.A. and P.D. from such star, with 
references to the current number of the sweep in which the observation is contained. 

7th. The original sweeps with the 20-feet reflector at Slough in which the nebulae 
were observed, contained in three small quarto and four folio volumes of MS. 

All these manuscripts, with exception of the index No. 3, are in the original hand- 
writings of my Father and his Sister, in most cases easily distinguishable, in some others 
not so readily. The Zone Catalogue No. 6 is entirely the autograph of the latter. 

Explanation and arrangement of the Catalogue. 

The Catalogue is arranged in twelve columns, of which the first contains the general 
or current number in order from 1 up to 5063, the total number of objects comprised, 
including six supplementary ones, whose insertion in their proper order in R.A. would 
have involved altering all the numbering both of the catalogue and the annotations, &c., 
and would have proved a source of confusion and unavoidable error. Nevertheless, to 
prevent their being overlooked by any observer who may consult the catalogue for the 
purpose of a general review of the nebulae, or for the verification of a new one, their 
numbers are interpolated into the general series so as to catch the eye, and a reference 
made to the supplementary catalogue in each case in the column of descriptions. 

Column 2 contains the numbers of those nebulas of which observations are given in 
my two former catalogues, and those of the two nubeculae; the numbers from 1 to 2307 
inclusive being from that in Philosophical Transactions 1833, and from 2308 to 4021 from 
my Cape observations. Where a number in this column is enclosed in hooks thus [ ], it 
is taken from the Catalogue of Objects in the Nubecula minor in pp. 153 to 155 of that 
work. Where in parentheses thus ( ), from those in the Nubecula major, pp. 156 to 163. 

Column 3 contains the classes and numbers of nebulae as given by my Father in hia 
three Catalogues in the Philosophical Transactions for 1786, 1789, and 1802. One only 
is omitted, viz. V. 35. It is an immense diffused nebulosity, extending from 5 1 ' 27 m to 
5 h 42 m in R.A., and from 98 6' to 87 43' in P.D. A special list of these great diffusions 
of nebula is given by M. ArwEBS in p. 42 of the work above cited. 

Column 4 contains references to other authorities, and gives either the name of the 
first discoverer of the nebula, or a reference to the particular list or catalogue of nebulae 
which has been taken as the authority for the place set down. The principal of these are 
1st. The list of "new nebulae" (Verzeichniss neuer Nebelflecke), in pp. 73 to 76 of the 
work of M. AUWERS already cited. These are referred to in the following form : Auw. 
N. 1, Auw. N. 2, &c. 2ndly. Under the form D'Arr. 1, 2, &c., are given a series of objects 
contained in a MS. list of 125 nebulae, kindly communicated to me by their discoverer, 
M. D'ARREST, Director of the Royal Observatory of Copenhagen, and reduced by him to 
the epoch (1860-0) of this Catalogue, with their precessions for 1880. 3rdly. A great 
number of nebulae cited under the form " R. novae," whose places have been approxi- 




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mately obtained from the diagrams accompanied by micrometrical measures of position 
and distance, or from more loose and general indications contained in Lord ROSSE'S 
paper in the Philosophical Transactions for 1861, the comparisons being in all cases 
made with those nebulae in my Catalogue of 1833 whose numbers stand annexed to 
them in column 2, with an italic letter appended, thus : 

322, a R. nova ; 319, a R. 3 novae. 

In cases of which latter kind it is intended to express merely that nebulae to the num- 
ber indicated, not otherwise identifiable, will be found on due search in the immediate 
neighbourhood of the place approximately set down. Lastly. The names of Professor 
G. P. BOND, Mr. S. COOLIDQE, and Mr. J. T. SAFFOKD in this column of the supple- 
mentary list of nebulae refer to the places of nebulas and clusters in a list of objects of 
that description discovered at the Observatory of Harvard College, obligingly commu- 
nicated to me by Professor BOND, Director of that establishment, too late for their intro- 
duction into the body of the Catalogue. 

Besides these references, in which the places set down have been adopted from the 
catalogues above mentioned, column 4 also contains synonyms or identifications of 
objects observed by myself with those contained in MESSIEE'S lists communicated to the 
French Academy, or to the Connoissance des Temps for 1783 and 1784. These are 
cited by the number they bear in MESSIER'S own list, thus, M. 1, M. 2, &c. They have, 
with very few exceptions, been observed and described by myself or my Father, and their 
places here set down are given as results from our observations. In the few excepted 
cases they are taken from M. AUWERS'S catalogue already spoken of. The nebulae also 
whose identity has been (sometimes satisfactorily, but for the most part very doubtfully) 
made out with objects in Mr. DUNLOP'S Catalogue of Southern Nebulae, are indicated by 
the letter A, thus, A. 169, &c. In a few cases, chiefly those of nebulous stars, planetary 
nebulae, or very star-like objects, which have been set down as stars in catalogues of 
authority ; these are also referred to by name and number in column 4. 

Many of Mr. DUNLOP'S nebulae are contained in LACAILLE'S catalogue, as also some of 
MESSIER'S, but of that catalogue two objects only, not so identifiable, viz. Nos. 38 and 
40 of M. AUWERS'S catalogue of LACAILLE'S nebulae, have been considered as definitely 
enough described (nebuleuses sans etoiles) by that astronomer to be inlcuded in the 
present Catalogue. 

Column 5 contains the Right Ascension in time for 1860-0 of each object in the 
Catalogue. When this is given to decimals of seconds, it is to be understood as having 
been brought up from the mean of the observations given in my former Catalogues, or 
from the mean of those (where not observed by myself) in Miss C. HERSCHEL'S Zone 
Catalogue above mentioned *. When the R.A. is given only to the nearest minute or 
degree, it will of course be understood that the place is too loosely determined to render 

* In some cases a careful subsequent revision of the catalogued observations seriatim has necessitated altering 
these K. A.'s by a few decimals of a second (seldom more) after the process of reduction to 1860. In all such cases 
the alteration has been applied as a correction to Mr. KERSCHNEB'S figures, so as not to disturb the amounts of pre- 
cession allowed a procedure perfectly legitimate and productive of no error. The same remark applies to col. 8. 



OF NEBULJE AJfD CLUSTERS OF STAES. 9 

further precision of statement other than illusory. This is the case with the greater 
part of those set down as " E. novae." 

Column 6 contains the precession, in seconds and decimals, in R.A for ISSO'O. 

Column 7 contains the number of observations in R. A. which have been actually used 
in concluding the R.A. for 1830, from which that for 1860 has been computed. In all 
cases (unless where the contrary is especially indicated in a note, or otherwise as by the 
letters B. A.C. or A.S.C., Au., &c. inserted in place of a number in the column itself which 
indicate that the R.A. is that of a star in one of those catalogues, or rests upon that 
other authority), the observations used for all objects included in my former catalogues 
are brought up from the data there registered, to the exclusion of all others ; and in 
such cases (the vast majority) no parenthesis or other distinctive mark is applied. When, 
however, no satisfactory R.A. is there recorded, or when the R.A. is there expressly 
stated to have been set down from the " working list," the R.A. adopted is that brought 
up from the Zone Catalogue of C.H., and in such cases the number of observations 
used is enclosed in parentheses ( ). Dots attached (:) indicate some uncertainty in the 
R.A. ; (::) a very considerable doubt, extending, perhaps, to a whole minute ; 1 and I? 
express still wider limits of uncertainty. In those nebulae of my Father's catalogues 
which have no number corresponding in column 2 (indicating the absence of any obser- 
vations of my own), the places set down both in R.A. and Declination are those brought 
up from the Zone Catalogue of Miss C. H., and the numbers of observations on which 
they rely are set down in the appropriate column without any parenthesis or distinctive 
marks, the absence of any number in column 2 being a sufficient indication. In the 
case of M. D'AKKEST'S nebulae, the numbers in column 6 enclosed thus [ ] indicate the 
number of his observations of the nebula employed by himself to give the place. 

Columns 8, 9, and 10 contain, in like manner, the North Polar Distance for 1860, the 
precessions for 1880, and the numbers of observations used for P.D. in the case of each 
object ; and the same remarks apply to these as to columns 5, 6, and 7. 

In column II is given a short description of the nebula or cluster in abbreviated 
words, made out from an assemblage and comparison of all the descriptions of each 
object given in my Father's and my own observations. As regards the former, recourse 
was had, not to the printed account in the Philosophical Transactions (which gives only 
a single description), but to a series of manuscript sheets in the nature of a REGISTER 
(and as such cited in the notes which follow this Catalogue), into which have been trans- 
cribed, verbatim, from the original sweeps, all the descriptive parts of each and every 
observation of each cluster or nebula in the order of their dates, and the data for com- 
puting their places, derived from the sweeps by applying the index and clock correc- 
tions pertaining to each. In this Register the nebulae are entered, each with its class 
and number, and each on a separate sheet ; the whole series being arranged, however, 
not hi the order of their classes and numbers, but in the order of the dates of their 
discovery, from No. 1, corresponding to October 28, 1783, to No. 2508, corresponding to 
September 30, 1802. Of these, the first 2500 only are included in the catalogues com- 

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10 SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

municated to the Royal Society ; the other 8 are printed in the form of an Appendix to my 
Cape Catalogue, in p. 128 of the " Results of Observations," &c. A similar and separate 
Register in sheets has been kept for my Father's observations of MESSIEK'S nebulae, and 
these have in like manner been collated with my own observations of the same objects 
in framing the ultimate, or, as it may be termed, the average description of each. 

In making out these descriptions, it was found to a certain degree practicable, in the 
particulars of brightness, size, and extension, to make a kind of arithmetical approxima- 
tion to a mean conclusion, by arranging the degrees of brightness, &c. in a progressive 
upward scale from 1 to 10, and taking a mean of these numbers in each case, as indi- 
cating the designating words to be finally adopted. Thus, taking the extreme degree of 
faintness when a nebula was declared to be " excessively faint," or " barely visible," or 
" hardly more than suspected " for 1, and " extremely " or " excessively bright " for 10, 
the intermediate degrees, such as very faint, faint, considerably faint, pretty faint, 
pretty bright, considerably bright, Bright, very bright, were denoted by the intermediate 
numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ; and similarly for the scale of sizes, exchanging the words 
Small and Large for Faint and Bright. In the case of extension, the scale 1 to 10 was 
supposed arranged in the order, Round, very little extended, elliptic or oval, considerably 
extended, pretty much extended, much extended, very much extended, extremely extended, 
or a long ray. It is obvious that the qualifying words, such as " pretty" and " consider- 
ably," admit of a good deal of latitude of interpretation, and that, in reference to bright- 
ness or faintness, greatness or smallness, their meaning is rather relative than absolute ; 
and especially, that as between bright or faint, and " considerably bright" or "consider- 
ably faint," for instance, there is so little real distinction of an absolute kind, that it is 
impossible to say which is to be accepted as indicating the superior degree. In the case 
of extension there is the same indistinctness as to precedence between the qualifying 
phrases " considerably" and " pretty much." Nicety, however, in this respect would be 
misplaced, when it is considered that when several descriptions of the same nebula, 
observed at different times, come to be compared, they can hardly ever be reconciled 
except by allowing to each qualification a latitude of meaning extending over several 
degrees of our arbitrary scale. In many instances, indeed, the discordance, or rather 
contradiction is so great, as to authorize a strong suspicion of variability in the object 
itself. In a few cases where, from the low altitude of the object in England, coupled with 
corresponding discordances of description, it was evident that it must have been seen to 
much greater advantage from the Cape station (as, for example, in that of h. 3375 = H. 
III. 754), additional weight has been attributed to the Cape observations. 

In the descriptions, I have found it absolutely necessary to abstain from any specifi- 
cation of the estimated sizes of nebula? or clusters in angular measure. In comparing 
estimations of this kind I find the discordance so great, and (to speak only of my own 
practice) so little evidence of adherence to any definite standard of estimation, that 
nothing but confusion would have arisen from introducing such estimates. Never- 
theless, as in the use of such a catalogue as the present some guide is necessary for the 



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11 



observer, to advertise him of what sort of object he may expect to see, the following 
scale may be taken as conveying a general idea of the magnitudes intended by the con- 
ventional words used. Thus, a round nebula of 3" or 4" in diameter would be called 
extremely small ; 

one of 10" or 12", very small; 

20" or 30", small, or considerably small ; 

50" or 60", pretty small, or pretty large; 
3' or 4', considerably large, or large ; 
8' or 10', very large ; 

20' and upwards, extremely large. 

In estimating clusters of stars (that is to say, of well separated and scattered stars) a wider 
acceptation must be understood, so that, for instance, a cluster of only 1' in extent would 
be considered extremely or very small ; one of 15' or 20' large, and one of 30' or 40' very 
large. This amplification of scale, however, must not be held applicable to those 
resolved or resolvable clusters of a " globular " character marked in the descriptions 
as , which must be understood as belonging to " nebulae " and not to " clusters," so 
far as the conventional terms used in the descriptions are concerned. I should observe 
also, that when in making out the average appropriate phrase in size I have found any 
extravagant discordance between the estimate in words and that in figures, as, for 
instance, where a nebula has been described in words as. very large, and the diameter 
then set down as 2', a compromise has usually been made, and the word modified, as, for 
instance, to large or considerably large. 

The abbreviations employed in the column of descriptions and elsewhere, in the notes, 
&c., are as follows : 



ab. about. 

aim. almost. 

am. among. 

app. appended. 

att. attached. 

Auw. Auwers. 

A.S.C. Astronomical Society's Catalogue. 

b. brighter, 
bet. between. 
biN. binuclear. 

bn. brightest towards the north side. 

bs. brightest towards the south side. 

bp. brightest towards the preceding side. 

bf. brightest towards the following side. 

B. Bright. 

Br. Brisbane (Sir T.'s) Catalogue of Stars. 

Bo. Bode. 

B.A.C. British Association Catalogue. 

c. considerably. 
co. coarse, coarsely. 



ch. 

com. 

cont. 

C. 

Cl. 

C.G.H. 

C.H. 



d. 

'list. 

dif. 

difflc. 

D. 

D'Arr. 

A. 

def. 

e. 



chevelure. 

cometic. 

in contact. 

Compressed. 

cluster. 

" Results of observations, &c. at the Cape of 

Good Hope." 
Miss Carolina Herschel. When it occurs in 

column 4 it indicates that the object wag 

discovered by her. 
diameter, 
distance, 
distant, 
diffused, 
difficult, 
double. 
D'Arrest. 
Dunlop. 
defined, 
extremely. 



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ce. excessively. 

er. easily resolvable. 

exc. excentric. 

E. extended. 

f. following. 

F. faint. 

g. gradually. 
gr. group. 

H. Sir "William Herschel. 

h. Sir John Herschel. 

h.o.n. list of omitted nebulae in C.G.H. 

i. irregular. 

inv. involved. 

involving. 

iF. irregular figure. 

L little (adv.). 

long (adj.). 

L. Large. 

Lac. Lacaille. 

Lai. Lalande. 

Lass. Lassell. 

m. much, 

mm. mixed magnitudes, 

mn. milky nebulosity, 

mon. monograph. 

M. Middle, or in the middle. 

M. (in col. 3) Messier. 

Mess. Messier. 

n. north, 

neb. nebula, 

np. north preceding, 

nf. north following, 

nr. near. 

N. nucleus, or to a nucleus, 

o. omitted. 

ON. omitted nebula, 

p. preceding. 

p. pretty (before F, B, L, S, <fec.). 

pg. pretty gradually, 

pm. pretty much, 

ps. pretty suddenly. 

P. poor. 

Pi. Piazzi. 

P.T. Philosophical Transactions. 

quad. quadrilateral, 

quar. quartile. 

r. resolvable, barely (mottled as if with 



stars). 



rr. partially resolved some stars visible. 

rrr. well resolved clearly seen to consist of stars. 

R. round. 

KB. exactly round. 

R. nova. New nebula discovered by Lord Rosse. 

R. MS. Manuscript notes furnished by His Lordship. 

Ri. Rich. 

R. The Earl of Rosse. 

s. suddenly. 

s. south. 

sp. south preceding. 

sf. south following. 

sc. scattered. 

st. stars. 

sev. several 

susp. suspected. 

sh. shaped. 

stell. stellar. 

S. small. 

sm. smaller. 

aw. sweep. 

S. Strove. 

tri-N. tri-nuclear. 

trap. trapezium. 

v. very. 

w. an intensive of v. 

var. variable. 

W. H. Sir "W. Herschel. 

Besides these abbreviations of words, the following 
arbitrary signs are used. 

* a star ; *10 a star of the 10th magnitude. 

* a double star ; J a triple star. 

! a remarkable object ; ! ! very much so ; ! ! ! a magni- 
ficent or otherwise exceedingly interesting object. 

? doubtful ; ?? very doubtful, either as to accuracy of 
place or reality of existence, according to the column in 
which it occurs. 

: , : : , see explanations already given. 

A a triangle. Forms a triangle with. 

a globular cluster of stars. 

O a planetary nebula. 

an annular nebula. 

st. 9 Stars from the ninth (or other) magnitude 

downwards. 

st. 9 .... 13 Stars from the ninth down to the 13th 
magnitude. 



As examples of the interpretation and expansion of these abbreviations some examples 
are subjoined. 



OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 13 

Ex.1. pB; vL; vg, vsmbMN 15"; pmE162-3; " pretty Bright ; very Large ; at first 
very gradually, then very suddenly much brighter in the middle to a nucleus 15" in dia- 
meter ; pretty much extended the position of the longer dimension micrometrically 
measured 162-3 (i. e. reckoned from the north round to 162'3 in the direction nfsp)." 

The angles of position in all cases are to be understood as so reckoned. When deci- 
mals of degrees are annexed (or if integer, written decimally thus 151-0), they have been 
micrometrically measured. If thus, E or E 45, E 90, they mean only in or near the 
meridian, or parallel or oblique to the meridian from nf to sp, &c., as the case may be. 
If with a + annexed, the position is from a more or less careful estimation. 

Ex. 2. R; psbM ill def O; pB*10 125M, 70"; "Round, pretty suddenly brighter 
in the middle to an ill-defined planetary disc; has a pretty Bright star of the 10th 
magnitude, whose position measured from the centre of the nebula is 125*4, and 
whose distance also from the centre is 70" by estimation." 

The relative situations of neighbouring stars or nebula? are invariably to be understood 
as thus reckoned, i. e. taking the centre of the nebula or other object described as a 
starting-point or origin of angle or distance. Thus S*s will mean that a small star is 
south of the nebula, *np nr that a star is near the nebula in a north preceding direction 
from it ; %4 s f, 3'n, that a double star follows the centre of the nebula 4 seconds of time, 
and is 3' to the north of it. 

Ex. 3. Cl; pRi; pmC; L; st6, 10...15. "A cluster; pretty rich; pretty much 
compressed ; Large ; consisting of stars one of which is of the 6th, and the rest from the 
10th to the 15th magnitudes." 

Attached or vicinary stars or small nebula? are always placed at the ends of the descrip- 
tions. Thus sf means that the nebula described " has a globular cluster following 
and to the southward of it." When, however, the description of a cluster ends abruptly 
thus, %, it is to be understood that " the place taken is that of a conspicuous double 
star." 

The 12th column of the Catalogue contains the number of times that each nebula has 
been observed by both my Father and myself, whether its place were taken or not, com- 
prising all the cases in which the object has been seen, and whether described or not. 
Since attention has been drawn to the real or supposed variability of nebula?, and since 
it can hardly be doubted that comets have occasionally been observed as nebulae, this 
enumeration is not without its importance. In this column the abbreviation " mon " 
occasionally occurs. In such cases the nebula? have been so often and diligently observed 
for the purpose of exact delineation or " monographing," that a special enumeration of 
the observations would be impossible or useless. 

Finally, at the end of the line allotted to each nebula occur occasionally one or both 
of the marks * and f . The former refers to the notes appended to the Catalogue, the 
latter to the list of figured nebula? in which the publications wherein are contained 
figures of the nebulae are referred to by plate and figure those at least which seem 
entitled, in the present state of astronomical instrument-making and pictorial representa- 
tion, to be pointed out to the observer as conveying any idea of their appearance. 



14 SIB J. P. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

Notes on the Catalogue. 
No. 

12 h. 5. D'Arrest says, " h. II. positio certe erronea," but gives no indication of the 

correction required in R.A. or P.D. 

29 h. 13; II. 241=11. 243. In P.T. the determining * is omitted, and in the state- 
ment of the places of these nebulae, as well as of II. 239, 240, 242, and III. 199, 
there is much confusion, for the correction of which see the list of errata sub- 
joined. Auwers has threaded the intricacies of this maze with singular felicity, 
but has been misled in the case of II. 243 into assigning to it a totally erro- 
neous place (22 h 48 m R A., 73 37' P.D. 1830), and, in consequence, has not per- 
ceived its identity with II. 241. 

78 II. 3. Auwers makes the P.D. of this neb. (1830)= 99 32', from P.T., which 
places it 2 n of 17 Ceti. C.H. makes it 1 51' n of the same star, or for 1830, 
99 42'. In fact H. has two observations of it, neither of them more than eye- 
drafts with neighbouring stars, and the P.D. is concluded graphically by C.H. 
from these diagrams. 

88 III. 876. The P.D. of Auwers (81 16') is 1 wrong. The place given in P.T. is 
1 43' n of 51 Piscium ; so also in Register (H. 2296). 

119 Auw. N. 4=D'Arr. 6. The place given is that brought up from D' Arrest's obser- 
vations, the R.A. being set down only roughly in Auw. 

132 h. 57= V. 20. Once looked for by Lord Rosse and not seen. Having been 
observed both by H. and h., there can be no doubt of its existence. 

138 h. 61 =h. 2345= V. 1. In h.'s sweep 733 the position reading is set down as 
324 0- 5. This is in contradiction with a diagram made at the time, and is an 
obvious mistake for 234-5, which =180 + 54'5, agreeing well with the dia- 
gram and with 2 obs. of W.H., in both of which it is described as "nfto sp." 
There is also an erratum in the C.G.H. Catal, for 143-8 read 144-5, since 
324-5-180=144-5. 

145 h. 64=11. 621=11. 703. Auwers remarks that A Ceti, the determining star of 
W.H., does not exist ; but C.H. has perceived this, and by using another deter- 
mining star (13 Ceti, sw. 756, W.H.), has fixed the place of the nebula II. 703 
for 1800 at R.A. O h 37 m 47 s , P.D. 93 53' (=93 43', 1830), thereby identifying 
it with II. 621. Auwers, using a conjectural star, sets down the P.D. erro- 
neously as 92 52' (1830). 

165 h. 2356. This is the main body of the nubecula minor. 

169 h. 2359. A complex object with several nuclei. There is an erratum in the R.A. 
set down in C.G.H. as resulting from sw. 488, for 46 m 12 S -1 read 47 m 12 S -1. 

177 79, a, b. In Lord Rosse's diagram, a=h. 79, /3=h. 78, y=nova, accidentally 
omitted in the body of the Catalogue, but inserted as No. 5058 at the end. 
The whole Catalogue having been finally numbered before the omission was 
detected, it could not be inserted in its place. & is a star; s=h. 79, a. 



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15 



No. 

178 1 h. 4007, 4008, 4012. In the Catalogue of C.G.H. these nebula; are placed 

179 erroneously in the 23 h of R.A., owing to a mistake of a whole hour in 

196J reducing. 

202' 

203 These constitute the group laid down by Lord Rosse as seen in and about the 

205 places of h. 84, 85, 86, viz. his a, /3, y, /, &, e, , 6. Of these, a is No. 202 =h. 84 ; 

206 i3=No.203=h.85; y=No.206=h.86 ; y'=No.205=86,a; S=No.209=86,J; 

207 s=No.208=D'ArrestNo.lO; =No.207=D'Arr. 9, andtf=86,c. In the MS. 

208 notes furnished me by Lord R. it is stated that =h. 84, (3=h. 85, and 0=h. 86. 

209 The latter identification, however, is incorrect. 
210. 

214 h. 88=1. 54. This is not the I. 54 of the P.T., which proved to be one of 
Messier's nebulae, but another subsequently inserted by W.H., so as not to 
break the order of the numbers, as appears from a MS. correction in P.T., and 
from Register (H. 570). 

These constitute Lord Rosse's group seen in or near the place of h. 103, and 
marked in his diagram as A, j3, &, t, and another unlettered (which call y). 
These I identify as follows : A = No. 276 = h. 103; /3=No. 277 = 103, b; 
y=No. 275=103, a; S=No. 280=103, c; and s=No. 290=103, d. 



275 
276 
277 
280 
290 
297 
311 
317 
319 
325 



In reference to M. Auwers's remark on the nebulae 170, 171, as also 167, 168 
(H. class III.), after very careful examination of all the data, I can arrive at no 
other conclusion than that embodied in the present Catalogue under these Nos. : 
h. 118 is certainly not III. 171, neither is h. 120. Both places and descriptions 
disagree. 

313) h. 119 was taken for III. 556, but no R.A. was obtained, that set down being the 

314J R.A. brought up from C.H. The descriptions differ so materially, especially in 
the particular of extension, that they are most probably distinct nebuls. 

330 h. 124= VII. 48. Auwers remarks in his ' Verbesserungen zu A,' that this cluster, 
h. 124, is not nova, but VII. 48. This is correct. Re-examining sweep 216, I 
find an error of 1 committed in reducing the P.D. 

358 This is not in M. D' Arrest's final list, communicated to me in MS. ; but being set 
down by M. Auwers as No. 15 in his ' Verzeichniss neuer Nebelflecke,' I felt 
bound to retain it. 

418 h. 160=h. 2442=1. 62. This nebula, though set down by W.H. as of the 1st 
class (i. e. as a bright nebula), could not be seen by D'Arrest with the Leipzig 
Fraunhofer of 6-feet focus and 4^ inches aperture. It is marked in this Cata- 
logue, however, by a mean of 4 observations, only as " F." 

428 55 Andromedee. Although this star has been eight times examined by Lord Rosse 
without perceiving any nebulous atmosphere, yet as my observation is corrobo- 



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No. 

rative of Piazzi's designation of it as " Nebulosa," it is retained for occasional 

future examination. 

442)11. 169, II. 221. The places agree almost exactly, but the descriptions are irre- 
444) concileable. One makes the nebula round, the other much extended. They 

are therefore almost certainly distinct nebulas, and there is therefore probably 

some error in the R.A. of II. 221. The neighbourhood is rich in nebulae (see 

the next note, however). 
4421 



444 



In Lord Rosse's diagram of the group about h. 169, assuming a to be h. 169 



4451- =No. 444, the others will be /3 = No. 445 = 169, a; y=No. 446=169, b; 

446 S=No. 447 = 169, c; and s=II.221. 

447 

462 h. 179=50 Cassiopeise. Retained in the Catalogue for future occasional obser- 
vation. Nothing can be more difficult than to verify or disprove the nebulosity 
of a considerable star under ordinary atmospheric circumstances. 

472 h. 184=111. 583. Though Lord Rosse on one occasion did not find this nebula, 
its existence cannot be doubted, having been found by h. nearly in the place 
assigned by C.H. 

487 h. 193=1. 152. M. D' Arrest found this nebula too faint for observation with the 
Leipzig refractor, though placed by W.H. in Class I., and standing in this Cata- 
logue (from a mean of 3 observations) as a " bright " nebula. 

501 h. 204=111. 604. C.H. and Auwers make the R.A. l m less. Both H. and h. rely 
on single observations. Sweep 188 h. examined and reduction found correct. 

510 h. 206=111. 457. Not found by Lord Rosse; once looked for. See notes on 
Nos. 472 and 132. 

516 h. 210=11. 246. Singularly enough, h. and H. are at issue about the two adja- 
cent stars, h. makes the stars south of the nebula ; H., on the contrary, places 
the nebula south of the stars, and says expressly that both this nebula and 
III. 201, observed just previously, were similarly situated with regard to their 
attendant stars. Now in h.'s obs. of III. 201 (No. 513) the attendant star is 
stated to be sf the nebula, and in that of II. 246 the larger of the two stars is 
south and only a very few degrees preceding. I believe the error to lie on the 
side of the older observations, as I have a diagram of the small star nearer to 
II. 246, sf, which shows that I made no mistake of n and s. 

536 I. 153. Auwers makes the R.A. for 1830 l h 28 45 s , whereas C.H. makes it 
2 h 15 m 13 s . The cause of the discordance lies in an erratum in P.T. (see list 
of errata). In C.H.'s reductions the error is corrected, and I find the correc- 
tion verified on reference both to the Register (H. 1488) and the original sweep 
(sw. 596). The nebula fo Hows (not precedes) the determining star. 
549 h. 226 = 1. 154. Auwers makes the R.A. of this for 1830, 2 h 23 m 8 s ; C.H. 



OF NEBULJ2 AND CLUSTERS OP STABS. 17 

No. 

2 h 20 57 S '8, by the observations in different sweeps differing only 18 s in R.A. 

The latter is the more correct ; so that M. Auwers's remarks on this nebula 

are not confirmed. The cause of the disagreement lies in a misprint in P.T. 

(See List of Errata.) 
5571 



558 



In Lord Rosse's description of this group, a=No.557=h. 231; |3=No.563=h.234; 



559 

561. 

notice. 



y=No. 558=231, a; &=No. 559=231, 1. The other nebula, " about 12' south 
following," is probably No.563=h.234. No.561=h.233 seems to have escaped 

563j 

571 h. 240=11. 238=111. 198. C.H. has overlooked or omitted an obs. of W.H. of 

III. 198 in sw. 574, which, referred to, confirms Mr. Marth's surmise that the 

nebulae are identical. 

573 II. 6. This was probably really a comet, as indicated by its description, having 

been subsequently looked for and not found. 

574 h. 244=1. 102. M. D'Arrest found this nebula, when observed with the Leipzig 

refractor of 4^ inches aperture, inferior to a 1st class nebula. In this Cata- 
logue, from a mean of 5 observations, it ranks as " considerably bright." 

591 h. 258=1. 1. M. D'Arrest found this nebula, when examined with the Leipzig 
refractor, not entitled to rank above the 2nd class. With this our present 
Catalogue agrees, it being set down from a mean of 8 observations as " pretty 
faint." 

614 This nebula of Bessel was also looked for and not found by D'Arrest, who there- 
fore supposes it to have been a comet. 

636 h. 280 = 11. 502. II. 502 is described by H. as eS; F; stellar. Either then the 
identity is doubtful, or some change must be suspected. The place, however, 
agrees well. 

639 h. 281 =IV. 43. Once looked for by Lord Rosse, but not found. (See notes on 
134, 472, 510.) 

646 h. 284=111. 578. The same remark. Twice looked for unsuccessfully by Lord 
Rosse. On one occasion clouds were passing. 

654)In Lord Rosse's diagram of this pair and the neighbouring stars y and S, the figure 

655 j is in contradiction with the measures. The position ofay, instead of 2, should, 

I presume, have been stated thus, ya=178, or, which comes to the same thing, 
ay= 2. This has been assumed in deducing the place of No. 655=289, a 
from No. 654=h.289. 

656 h. 291 = 111. 591. H. makes this nebula to be the nf of two, but both those of 

h. the sf. 
674 h. 293=11. 603. H.'s description is pB; stellar; a pc* with eS, vF chevelure. 

The place, however, agrees well with that of h. 293. 
684 III. 195. Auwers makes the R.A. (1830)= 3 1 ' ll m 50 s and C.H. 3 U 10"> 13; but 

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18 SIR J. F. W. HEBSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

a misprint in P.T. (see List of Errata) accounts for the difference of the minute 
at least. 

708)111. 959; I. 60. The catalogued places contradict the described position sf and 

709J np ; but this is owing to the error in R.A. of I. 60, which D' Arrest makes less 
by 40 s , which would place I. 60 at 3 h 19 m 35 s (1860). 

710 Au. N. 17. The discovery of this nebula is attributed by Au. to Schonfeld in 
1858, but it seems to be identical with that described by Tuttle (Astronom. 
Notices, xix. p. 224). Auwers's place is preferred, Tuttle's being only approxi- 
mate. 

768 Au. N. 18. The celebrated variable nebula of Tempel, discovered Oct. 19, 1859. 

774 IL 594. Auwers considers this as identical with II. 548, with 1 mistaken in P.D. 

778 h. 309=1. 155. Auwers makes the E.A. of I. 155 for 1839 = 3 h 53' n 33', destroy- 
ing the identity of these two nebulae. But his place is deduced from an erro- 
neous entry in P.T. (see List of Errata). C.H., by 2 observations in sweeps 
608, 638 agreeing to 3 8 in R.A. and 2' in P.D., gives a place which, brought 
up to 1830, gives R.A. 3 h 37 m 58 s ; P.D. 94 29' 7". 

810. h. 311 =IV. 69. M. D' Arrest found the nebulous atmosphere around the central 
star of this nebula very conspicuous with the Leipzig 4^-inch refractor. 

826 h. 2618=IV. 26. D'Arrest's R.A. is preferred, that of h. 2618 being clearly 
shown to be erroneous. 

836 II. 464. The P.D. is given by W.H. as the same with that of 44 Eridani. 
C.H., using an erroneous place of this star, makes the P.D. 5' too small. 
This is here corrected, and the result agrees with Auwers. 

839 Auw. N. 20. This is the remarkable variable nebula discovered by Mr. Hind on 
Oct. 11, 1852. M. D' Arrest testifies to its complete disappearance on the 3rd 
and 4th of Oct. 1861, " Hujus nebulae ne umbram quidem detegere valeo." 
" Ccelo serenissimo regionem summa cura perlustravi adjuvante Dr. Schjel- 
lerup. Nebula reverd deest." (In 1855 and 1856 it was found by M. D' Arrest 
within 2' of Mr. Hind's original place.) On Dec. 29, 1861, it was seen by 
M. Otto Struve with the great Pulkowa refractor, but so excessively faint as to 
be barely within the power of that instrument. On March 22, 1862, with the 
same telescope, it was again seen, but considerably brighter, so as to bear a 
faint illumination of the wires. 

851 h. 314=111. 587. Not seen by Lord Rosse, once looked for, clouds passing. See 
notes on Nos. 639, 646, &c. 

880 h. 322. The bright star preceding is v Eridani. 

908 h. 333=11. 547. Not seen by Lord Rosse, once looked for. See notes 132, 
472, &c. 

926 h. 335. Erroneously identified in my Catalogue of 1833 with III. 453 (No. 981). 
See the note on that nebula. 



OF KEBULj; AND CLUSTERS Of STAES. 19 

No. 

953 h. 341 =D' Arrest 48. Observed by him as "nova," but since recognized as 
unquestionably =h. 341. 

970 VIII. 43. Auwers makes the P.D. of this cluster for 1830 =66 25', which is 
incorrect. The determining star is 109, n, Tauri, the cluster being 1 29' north 
of the star. This would give 66 39' for the P.D. for 1800, agreeing with 
C.H., and 66 36' for 1830. 

975 h. 343. A very large diffused nebulosity, distributed in zigzags. This has been 
looked for seven times by Lord Rosse and not found. Its existence is therefore 
very doubtful. 

979 h. 2709. The place graphically determined by measurement of a diagram, as 
compared with h. 2710. 

981 III. 453. This was erroneously identified with h. 335 in my Catalogue of 1833. 
By an unlucky coincidence, its place per working list, roughly brought up from 
C.H., agreed so well with the latter nebula as taken in sw. 322 (h.), that it was 
unhesitatingly assumed to be the same. It appears, however, that in C.H.'s 
reduction an error of 10 in R.A. has been committed, the star of comparison 
being 10 Orionis, and the nebula following the star by 5 m 7 s (as ascertained by 
reference both to the register sheet (H. 1160) and the original sweep(sw.462, H.)). 
M. Auwers, misled by my erroneous identification, has assumed that the nebula 
must have preceded the star, which would (nearly) account for the difference, 
and in consequence, his R.A. of this nebula is 10 m too small. C.H.'s error 
probably arose from misapplying in like manner the sign of the A . R.A. 

998 III. 268. Auwers's R.A. (4 h 57 m 23 s , 1830) is adopted in preference to 5 h O m 28% 
that brought up from C.H. to the same epoch. In the sweep 367 (H.) three 
stars of comparison are given, 58 Eridani, a Leporis, and 19 Leporis. The 
A. R.A. of a and 19 comes out correct, but that of 58 from each is wrong by 
3 m 5 s , so that the star must have been mistaken. C.H. has used 58 and a, and 
has rightly brought out the place of the nebula by the former (the wrong star), 
and wrongly by the right one ; and by an odd coincidence the two results agree 
well, though both wrong. 
1030 h. 349= VII. 4. Described by D' Arrest as " Ein Ausserordentlich reicher Hauf," 

an extraordinarily rich cluster. 

1133 h. 356. Looked for four times by Lord Rosse, in two of which the sky was 
fancied to have a milky appearance. 

1138) h. 2841. Double nebula. In my Cape Catalogue, sweep 538, for "first" and 

1139) "second" read "larger" and "smaller." The smaller is sp. The position 
260 is right. It is very remarkable that in sweeps 508, 522, 658, and 761 the. 
smaller of the two was not noticed. Is it variable ? 

1167 III. 747. Auwers makes the P.D. 8' 20" greater. It is difficult to identify the 
determining star used by C.H. 

D2 



20 SIE J. F. TV. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



h. 2866, 2867, 2868, 2869. 16 s -2 added to all the R.A.'s of these nebula; in the 
Cape Catalogue to compensate an error detected in sw. 538. The correction is 
deduced from a comparison of the diagram fig. 20, PL VI. C.G.H. with the 
place of No. 1171. 



No. 
11651 
1168 
1171 
1174 

1179 h. 360. 3 s -3 added to h.'s P.D. to bring it to the place in B.A.C. 

1180 V. 30. The place of V. 30 corrected by + 3<"2 in R.A. and +25' 45"-4 in P.D. 

to bring it to the place of d 42 Orionis in the B.A.C. 
1183 h. 361=V. 31. h.'s place corrected by + O s -4 in R.A. and -0' 27"-2 in P.D. to 

bring it to that of / 44 Orionis in B.A.C. 
1185 III. 1. n There are two observations by H. of III. 1, but they differ enormously. 

One agrees with M. 43. The place of M. 43 is corrected to agree with its 

place in the Catalogue of Stars, &c. in the great nebula in Orion, C.G.H. p. 28. 
1191 Chacomac's recently discovered nebula. Place from Moigno's "les Mondes," 

No. 9, p. 241. 
1196 III. 269. Auwers gives as the R.A. of this nebula for 1830 6 h 27 m 57 s , which is 

mistaken by l h . The Philosophical Transactions says that it precedes 19 Leporis 

by 32 m 23 s , and that this is no misprint appears from C.H.'s reductions. 
1226 IV. 24. Annular according to Lord Rosse. 
1287 III. 270. Auwers places this nebula in R.A. 6 h 40 20 s , or an hour too late. Its 

place is very distinctly settled by two determining stars, a Leporis and 19 Leporis, 

the former of which it followed by 15 4 s , and preceded the latter by 20 m s . 
1425 h. 393=IV. 3. Lord Rosse's account of this nebula is extremely remarkable. 

"This h. 393," he says, "is an enormous nebulosity which I have traced f and 

n of it to a great distance some degrees. It narrows at times to a band across 

the finding eyepiece about 6' or 8'." 
1440 h. 401 =V. 27= VIII. 5. Retained as a cluster, though but a poor one. Nine 

times examined by Lord Rosse for nebulosity, but none seen. 
1452 III. 271. Auwers places this nebula in R.A. 8 h 3 ra 35 s , P.D. 76 21' (1830). There 

has been some mistake. III. 271 is stated to follow 8 (v3) Canis, 8 m s , and to 

be 4' n of that star, which gives a place agreeing with C.H. and with the present 

Catalogue. 

1454 h. 441 =M. 41. This nebula was also observed by Flamsteed. 
1455) In LordRosse's diagram of this group, is No. 1457=h. 410 ; /3=No. 1455=410, a ; 
1456 1 y=No. 1456=410, b; S=No. 1458=h. 409; and =No. 1460=410, c. But 
1457 \ some suspicion seems to have arisen that the principal nebulas observed were 



1458 
1460 



not really h. 409, 410, but h. 406, 407. In that case the identification will 
stand as follows : 

=No. 1448=h. 406. 

/3=h. 406-5 s -2 in R.A., and -1' 25" in P.D. 

y=No. 1449=h. 407. 



OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 21 

No. 

* = h. 406+1-6 in R.A., and -5' 6" in P.D. 
i =h. 406+14 s -7 in R.A., and -5' 2" in P.D. 

1480 h. 423. This nebula is entered by C.H. as VIII. 1. B, with a remark " not in print." 
1508 h. 439= VI. 6. The 11. A. is nearly 2 m in excess of C.H. and of Auwers. 
Examined sweep (h.) 393 in which it was observed. Found all clear and 
correctly reduced. 

1527} 

Compared with Lord Rosse's two diagrams of the nebulae composing this group- 
None of them are "novas." a=h. 449; /3=h. 448 ; y=h. 447; &=|3; e=y; 
looU 

153l) ^ =h - 44C ' 

1533 VIII. 44. Auwers's P.D. is 84, instead of 82, owing to an erratum in P.T. (See 
List of Errata.) 

1578 h. 468=111. 479. No nebulosity seen by Lord Rosse in 5 observations. In H.'s 
single observation the nebula is " suspected," and in those of h. it is not posi- 
tively ascertained. The object seems therefore to be merely a small resolved 
cluster of vFst. 

1594. M. 47. Auwers assigns a R.A. greater by 4. The cluster has not since been 
observed. It is probably a very loose and poor one. 

1611 h. 480= VI. 37. h.'s P.D. corrected by 10' as the presumed error of reading 
in the single observation obtained. Harding in 1827 (it appears) observed its 
P.D.=100 10' (for 1830), and W.H.'s place for that epoch is 100 12', that of 
h. being 100 19' 4". 



1615 
1616 
1617 



In Lord Rosse's diagram, a=No. 1617=h. 483; /3=No. 1616=D'Arr. 51; 
y=No. 1615=483, a. D'Arrest's place for (3 is preferred to that which results 
from comparison with the diagram, h. 284 could not have been in the field, 



being almost a degree distant. 
1633 h. 493=11. 719. h.'s R.A. in P.T. diminished by l m for an error of l m detected 

in the reduction of the observation. This brings it nearer to Auwers. 
1652 h. 3176. Polarissima Australia. This nebula is so near the south pole that its 
precession in R.A. varies from year to year with great rapidity, so that its R.A. 
cannot be computed correctly by the ordinary approximate method. 
1666 ] The four nebula? h. 508, 510; 510, <z; 510, I evidently include among them that 
1667 \ third nebula referred to by Lord Rosse as the accompanying " nova " " forming 
1668] a triangle with h. 507, 508 of the last degree of faintness." h. 507, however, 
is 30 distant in P.D., so that in the observation of Feb. 9, 1850, the P.D. of 
h. 507 must doubtless have been read as 36 instead of 66, giving rise to a 
mistaken identity with one of the two really new nebula? at that time in view. 
1696 III. 50. I find a memorandum to the effect that this nebula is lost, and was pro- 
bably a comet; but I cannot recover my authority for the statement. It is 
described by H. as " of the last degree of faintness," and it is therefore no way 



22 SIB J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

surprising that it should not have been again perceived without some time and 
trouble bestowed, and in clear weather. 

1707 h. 52711. 48. M. Auwers, owing to an erratum in P.T. (see List of Errata), 
makes the TLA. of II. 48 two minutes too great, and is thus led to doubt its 
identity with h. 527. There still remains the rather considerable disagreement 
of 5' in P.D. D' Arrest found neither of these nebulse ; but there can be no 
doubt of the existence of one at least, in or near the place here given. This is 
not the nebula seen by Lord Rosse " nearly in contact with h. 526." This latter 
(described already by h. as " bi-nuclear ") was seen by R. as distinctly double. 

1712 h. 531 =M. 67. Discovered by Oriani. 

1720 h. 535=11. 823. W.H. describes this nebula as "Round;" h. as "much ex- 
tended," while Lord Rosse saw it as bi-nuclear, or a double nebula joined by 
faint nebulosity. Is it separating into two, like Biela's comet I 

1735)h. 542 and II. 557. The descriptions are irreconcileable, and they must be two 

1736) distinct nebulae. The R.A. of h. 542 was not observed, and its P.D. is set down 
as " hardly more than conjectural," having been looked for by working list as 
II. 557 and set down as such. 

1742 h. 545=11. 834. Misprinted II. 844 by Auwers in the Catalogue, but the num- 

ber is correct in his general list of the nebulse by numbers and classes. 

1743 h. 546. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation. Examined sweep 21 (h.) and 

found all right. 
1756 III. 291=D'Arr. 60. These are assuredly one and the same nebula. Auwers's 

declination of III. 291 (+27 7') should be +26 7'. 
1773 h. 565=111. 61. The P.D. according to H. is 70. 
1788 II. 708. Owing to an erratum in the determining star in Phil. Trans, (see List of 

Errata), Auwers has given the place of this nebula for 1830 R.A. 9 h 12 39 s ; 

P.D. 39 17', instead of 9 1 ' 6- 29 s ; 47 20'. 

1791) 

...rq , rh. 577; h. 578. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation. (See next note.) 

1792 D' Arrest 62. This nebula must surely be variable, as it is inconceivable else that 
it should not have been seen by h., when h. 578, to which it is almost close, 
was observed and its place taken. D'Arrest says, " Fugerat Herschelium nec- 
non me anno 1862." Neither of the three (Nos. 1791, 1792, 1794) were seen 
by Lord Rosse. Sweep 59 (h.) and the reductions re-examined. Found all clearly 
written and all correct. 

I8041h. 581, 582; 581, a, b, c, d, 582,a,b,c,d,e,f,g; D'Arr. 63. Of this very complex 
group of 15 nebulse or "knots" (as they are called by Lord Rosse), six have 



-{'017 

1818 

U321 



been determined from his diagram, and six more by the aid of notes subse- 

' q uen tly furnished me from the records of the observatory at Birr Castle, con- 

taining differences of R.A. and P.D. from one or other of .the former. These 



OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 23 

No. 

are indicated by the letters MS. attached in the column of descriptions. The 
others I identify as follows : 

a (in Lord R's diagram) is No. 1813=582, c. 
ft 1812=582, ft. 

y 1811=h. 582. 

& 1806=h. 581. 

e 1815=582, e. 

1821 =582, </. 

One of those for which no data are given must have been D'Arr. 63, and the 
two remaining ones are included under the entries Nos. 1817, 1818 as 582, /'. 
1832 h. 590. Not seen by Lord Rosse; once looked for. Re-examined the sweep and 

reductions. Found all correct. 

1868 h. 3171. In the omitted observations of nebulae in the last page of the C.G.H. 
observations, for h. 3170 read h. 3171; and this observation, combined with 
the two in the body of the work, gives the mean result for 1830 employed to 
deduce the place in the present Catalogue. 

1911 h. 3185=111. 289. In consequence of a misprint in P.T. (see List of Errata), the 
P.D. of Auwers is 5' too small. Corrected by this, his place agrees well with 
my observation. 

1953 M. 81 1 ? A nebula observed by W.H. as described, but differing most materially 
in place from M. 81. It would certainly be very extraordinary should three 
nebulae so extremely remarkable as M. 81 and 82 and this be found to lie so near 
together. 

19591h. 3198, 3202 are distinct nebulae, and were observed consecutively in one and 
1962J the same sweep sw. 561 (h.). 

1960 )h. 3199 and 3201 are also distinct nebulae, and were observed consecutively in 
1961 ) sweep 562 (h.). 

1974 III. 293. M. Auwers makes the place of this nebula 9 h 24 4 s ; 66 30' (1830), 
instead of 9 h 48 m 48 s ; 60 13'. The cause of the error is an erratum (see List) 
in P.T., where the determining star is set down as 23 Leonis instead of 23 Leonis 
Minoris, another of the instances of confusion arising from the use of this silly 
and barbarous nomenclature. 
2014 h. 669=111. 65. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation. It was found by 

h. in its place per working list. 
2019 h. 672. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation. Examined the sweep and 

reductions, and found all correct. 

2043 h. 250. This nebula is so very close to the North Pole, that its place cannot be 
calculated by a precession proportional to the time in the usual approximate 
mode, the R.A. changing from year to year with extreme rapidity. 



24 SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 

2054' 
2055 

2057 
2058 



In Lord Rosse's diagram, =No. 2058=h. 692=11. 44; /3=No. 2061=h. 693 
=11. 45; y=No. 2055=692, 1; &=No. 2054=D'Arr. 61; g=No. 2057=692, c, 
not lettered in the diagram. 

2088 III. 28, 29. Both D'Arrest and Secchi agree in placing this double nebula more 

2089; to the south than W.H. by 15'+, and D'Arrest supposes the P.D. to have been 
misread to that extent. As so great a proper motion is most improbable, and 
the identity is indisputable, I have adopted this supposition and made the neces- 
sary correction. 

2094 h. 706. Not seen by Lord Rosse in 6 observations. Re-examined the record of 
the original obs. Sweep 115 (h.), No. 68, and the reductions. The entries are 
all clear and perfectly legible. Reduction in P.D. correct ; reduction in R.A. 
erroneous by O m 26 s -6. This, however, could not have caused its non-obser- 
vation by R. This then was a comet, or is a lost nebula. The error of reduction 
is corrected in the present Catalogue. 

2111 III. 316. C.H.'s reduction of this nebula being affected with a considerable error,, 
Auwers's R.A. is adopted, after verification. 

2144 h. 3276. Place approximate, by equatoreal zone review. 

2189 h. 745=V. 52. Not seen by Lord Rosse when once looked for (see note on 
No. 132, &c.). 

2192 h. 3294. The minute in R.A. doubtful. 

2197 h. 3295. The great nebula about ;j Argus. According to a letter from Mr. Eyre 
B. Powell of Madras, a most extraordinary change has taken place in this nebula 
since my figure of it was delineated. He states that the southern end of the 
curious oval vacuity close to the great star, which was decidedly closed when I 
depicted it, is now decidedly open. Should this be established, it will be the 
most extraordinary fact that has yet appeared in the history of a nebula. 

.2201 h. 754=11. 99. M. D'Arrest found this nebula in the Leipzig refractor, bright 
enough to be ranked in the first class. And it is marked as " very bright " in 
this Catalogue by a mean of 5 observations. It must have been ill seen in the 
earlier observation when classed as II. 

2231)IV. 6=11. 131 and h. 777=111. 88. I adopt, on due consideration, the opinion 

2234) of Auwers, that III. 88 and II. 131 are not the same. Their having been 
successively observed in the same sweep is decisive. Also, that IV. 6 is not 
III. 88, but in reality identical with II. 131. The descriptions are made out 
in conformity with this. 

2233VL 118 and h. 779. The degree of P.D. is probably mistaken in I. 118. Marth, 

2236) according to Auw., suggests that the determining star 46 Ursse (which though 



OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 25 

No. 

not so called in B.A.C., is doubtless No. 3741 of that catalogue) was mistaken, 
and should have been called 46 Leonis minoris. Consulting the original sweep 
(sw. 487, H.), I find this surmise not corroborated ; for the nebula, when reduced 
by the star next preceding it (37 Leonis minoris), gives the same Polar distance, 
and, within a few seconds, the same II. A. But there is some faint indication of 
the figure G in the reading of the Polar distance piece 5G 55' having been written 
over a 7, which would have thrown the nebula somewhat below the southern 
limit of the sweep, and might have caused a suspicion of error at the -time. I 
found no nebula in the catalogued place in my sweep No. 337 (h.), so that the 
probability of an erroneous degree is strengthened. At the same time, it is not 
impossible that this nebula may be identical with No. 223G=h. 779, the mis- 
take in the degree lying the other way. 

2238 h. 780=1. 172. h., in Ph.Tr., suggests that this nebula may have moved. There 
is, however, no ground for this supposition, as its place agrees quite remarkably 
with that brought up from C.H. But query if the double star have not moved, 
since one of the observations places it " in the middle," and a subsequent one 
makes the southern extremity of the nebula touch the large star of the double 
star. 

2276 h. 806=11. 101. Found to rank as a first-class nebula by M. D' Arrest with the 
4|-in. Leipzig refractor. In this Catalogue it stands described as " very Bright," 
by a mean of 4 observations. See remark in note 2201. 

2310 h. 823=111. 111. There is a strange amount of discordance between the observed 
and reduced places of this nebula. Auwers makes the P.D. for 1830=84 29'. 
C.H. has reduced the single observation of W.H. by two stars 84, r Leonis 
and 349 Bode Leonis, and her results differ by 10'; r, which gives the greater, 

being stated to be " too far distant in P.D." The several results stand thus: 

> 

P.D. 1830, by Auwers 8l 29 

by r Leonis (C.H.) ... 84 20 

by h. obs 84 15 

by 349 B. Leonis (C.H.) . . 84 9 

My observed P.D. is nearly a mean between those of C.H. 
2315 h. 828=11. 42. Not seen by Lord Rosse when once looked for (see notes on 

No. 132, &c.). 
2319 h. 829 = 111. 351. The observations of this nebula, which are numerous, disagree 

so very remarkably in the particular of brightness, that a considerable suspicion 

of variability exists. 
2373 h. 854=M. 65. There is a misprint, 45 for 75 np to sf, in the position of 

extension in my Catalogue of 1833. The diagram in the original sweep also 

corroborates this, as does also the figure (fig. 53) accompanying that Catalogue. 

1IDCCCLXIV. E 



26 S,Ut J. r. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

W.H. twice says mE in merid. (180) h.'s position 75 P np to sf=105; a mean 
of those of Winnecke and Auwers =172. 

2377 h. 857, h. 875; M. C6. No doubt these are the same. fig. 54 P.T. 1833 corro- 
borates their identity. The accompanying stars and their positions agree 
entirely. The R.A. of h. 875, however, requires to be corrected by 3 m , 
allowing the seconds and the P.D. observed in that observation their weight. 

2382 II. 30. Auwers deduces his RA. for 1830 (ll h 12 m 21 s ) from the statement in 
E.T. "following 68, Leonis, 6 m SO 9 ." C.H. from the same data concludes 
R.A. ll h ll m 31 s (also for 1830). The latter is (within 2 s ) the correct result. 

2388 h. 867=h. 861 1 These are very probably the same. But as, after all, the difference 
of the observed R.A.'s is sufficient to have allowed one to escape while observing 
the other, so that they may be different, and as moreover one is described as 
" Round," and the other as " extended," both are retained. 

2405 h. 882=1. 20. This nebula would seem to have decreased in brightness. The 
bright * is 1341. A.S.C. 

2411 h. 886 = 1. 131. Ranked by M. D'Arrest in the second class with the 4|-inch 
Leipzig telescope. In this Catalogue it stands as " pretty Bright " from a mean 
of three observations. 

2417 III. 112. Auwers has reduced this nebula by the star given in P.T. <p, 74 Leonis. 
But I find a MS. note that this star was not dependable, and that Mayer's 
No. 510 is the proper determining star. The nebula was subsequently looked 
for and found, not in the place given by <p, but 8' from the P.D. concluded 
from Mayer 510. A mean of these two determinations is therefore used in this 
Catalogue. 

2440 h. 907=111. 353. Auwers doubts the identity of these nebulae. But this is in 
consequence of a misprint in P.T. (see List of Errata), 53 m for 43 m . The error 
is found also in the Register Sheet (H. 937), but C.H. has avoided it and used 
43 m in her reduction so as to give a R. A. agreeing within 35 s with that of h. 907. 

2461 h. 918=11. 784. Lord Rosse, in his observation of this nebula, mentions 
" another brush-like, 20' np." This was no doubt II. 783=No. 2454. 

2501 h. 945=1. 94. W.H. makes this nebula by one observation extended, n to s, 
by another nf to sp, while h. has two observations agreeing in making it extended 
in the parallel. Surely it does not rotate 1 

2540 h. 967. l m added to the R.A. It is evidently the first of the group of 4. 

2577 III. 113. This nebula is reduced also in Auwers's catalogue by <p Leonis, the star 
set down in P.T. But C.H. remarks that <p was above the sweep, and otherwise 
observed under unfavourable circumstances, and Mayer's 510 zod. star. s. 31 
is preferred, which gives a result differing by +24' in P.D. and 48 s in R.A. 
The place adopted in the present Catalogue is in conformity with this remark. 
(See note on No. 2417.) 



OF JTEBULJE AND CLUSTERS OF STAiRS. 27 

No. 
25-91 h. 1000=111. 616. The star 6m, 5' n only noticed by W.H. The other 7m, f in 

the parallel only by h. Are there really two stars ? and are they both variable 1 
2597 h. 1002=1. 203. Auwers, in consequence of an erratum in P.T. (see List of Errata), 

makes the R.A. of this nebula 7 m too small. The error is corrected in the 

Register (H. 1889) and in C.H.'s reduction. 
2604 h. 1009=1. 202. The same misprint in P.T. mentioned in the last note on 

h. 2597 has also vitiated M. Auwers's R.A. of this nebula. It is corrected in 

the Register Sheet (H. 1886) and in C.H. 
2608 h. 1013=111. 381. I adopt Mr. Marth's identification of these nebulae. The 

place of III. 381 in the catalogue of C.H., from which my working lists were 

made out, is vitiated by some great mistake. The P.D. is supposed to be 

derived from 1 Comae, the neb. being 1 12' south of the star. This, however, 

would give 68 9' 29" for 1830 instead of 65 45' 0", that brought up from C.H. 
2650 h. 1039. This cannot be identical with h. 1036, and its brightness precludes its 

being accepted as III. 354. But there is extreme uncertainty as to its P.D. 

The degree may even be wrong. 

2652 h. 1041 = 11. 733. According to W.H. the position of extension is "near the 

meridian." If meridian be not a mistake for parallel it has changed, h. has a 
measure 62- 3, and an estimation 65 in another observation. 

2653 h. 1042. This cannot be III. 3, as C.H. has reduced two obs. of this latter well 

agreeing, and giving a R.A. 2 m exceeding that of h. 1042, which also rests on 

2 obs. of h. 
2668 h. 1050 = 1. 253. The difference of descriptions is extraordinary, so that they 

seem hardly to pertain to the same object ; but the places agree. 
2683' 
2684 
2685 
2686 
.-2689 
2690 
2693 
2694 
2697 
-2699 
2701 
2702, 
2730 II. 14. Owing to an erratum in P.T. (see List of Errata) Auwers gives quite an 

erroneous place for this nebula (ll h 39" 27 s R.A., 81 9' P.D. 1830). 
-2747 h. 1103==HL 814. A.uwers suspects some error of the press, since his P.D. for 

1830. coiaea -out .36. 58', while that of h. 1103 is 35 56'. There is, however, 

E2 



h. 1062, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 1070, 1, 3, 5, in. 391, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. The places set down 
for the nebulas of this extensive group are made out by a most careful consider- 
ation .of all the observations and records in the sweeping books which seem 
irreconcileable with a group of six nebula? only. The group, however, needs a 
thorough re-examination. 



28 SIR J. P. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

no error, either of printing, registry, or reduction in any part of the older work. 
The determining star is rightly set down as 5 Canum, whose P.D. for 1800 (the 
epoch of C.H.'s catalogue) is 37 19' 42", and III. 814 is declared to be 1 32' 
north of it, so that 35 48', the P.D. of C.H., is correct, and reduced to 1830 
(=35 58') agrees with my place within 2'. Neither is there any error of the 
press or of reduction, or any apparent mistake of a clerical nature in all the 
process of h. 1103, and the nebula observed is set down in the sweeping book 
(of course from the working list) as III. 814. I consider their identity there- 
fore as fully established. 

2771 jh. 1211=11. 372. II. says, the most northerly of the pair II. 372, III. 360 the 

2773J largest: h., "by diagram," makes the following nebula, III. 360=No. 2773, 
the larger of the two. 

2814 II. 109. The reductions of the sweep 187 (H.) in which this occurs are somewhat 
precarious, and in C.H.'s revision of the sweep the A. P.D. from 6 Comse is set 
down at 1 50', that in the P.T. at 1 54' (these changes are never made without 
good reason), and this accounts for 4' out of the 5' difference between her P.D. 
and that of M. Auwers. 

2846 III. 535. In a sweep two years subsequent to the obs. of this nebula by H. it 
was looked for again but not found. ? if a comet. 

2849 D'Arr. 89. M. D'Arrest makes mention in a letter which he has done me the 
honour to address to me, of a nebula having the same R.A. as this, but a P.D. 
(1860)= 83 46' 42". He does not include it in his final list. It should, how- 
ever, be looked for. 

2852^ h. 1183, 7, 9,1190, 4; II. 568, 9, 570, 1, 2, 3. There cannot be a doubt that 



2856 
2857 
2862 
2865 
2869 



II. 568, 569, 570, 571, are in 82 P.D., and II. 572, 3, in 83. It is equally 
certain that h. 1183, 1189, 1190, 1194 are in 83. They were observed in two 
distinct sweeps (sw. Ill and 238); I observed also II. 572 in sw. 238, and III. 
573 in sw. 250. There must be a set of nebulae, at least 8 in number, hereabouts. 



KB. W.H. makes II. 568, 569, 570, 571, 34' n. of 11 Virginis. If n. be a 
mistake for s, these agree with h. 1187, 1189, 1190, 1194. 

2855 h. 1186=1. 90=11. 322. Marth's conjecture is right (see Auwers's note on I. 90) 
as regards II. 322, but not so his conclusion that II. 322=11. 377. 

2878 h. 1202=1. 139=M. 61. Discovered by Oriani. N.B. The first discoverers of 
the nebulae in Messier's list, when not Messier himself, are mentioned by 
M. Auwers in his catalogue of those nebulas (pp. 66-71), except in the cases of 
Oriani's nebula:, M. 14], 181, 351, 61, 67. 

2884 1202, a. Under h. 1196 and 1202, two nebulae, unidentifiable, are described as 
companions, but there must be some great error in Lord Rosse's account of 
them, as the place of one is referred to a scarlet star " 10' south of a scarlet 
star R.A. 12 h 25'." Now h. 1202 is in R.A. 12 h 14 m . To afford a fair chance 



OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 29 

No. 

of reobserving them, the companion 10' nf h. 1202 is entered here as 1202, , 
and that south of the scarlet star, under No. 3060 as 1196, a. 

2892 D'Arr. 90. " Reperta a me Mart. 4, 1862. Eandem reperit Schonfeldus, April 1, 
1862. Vide Comptes Rendus, &c." 

2951 II. 87. This may be h. 1240, but 7' in P.D. is a large error. 

2961 h. 1253=M. 86. The nebula of Lord Rosse 14' sp this is no doubt IT. 168. 

2976 h. 1261=111. 492. III. 492 was looked for April 11, 1787, by W.H. in the 
place assigned to it, but was not seen. Auwers, however, makes it identical 
with h. 12G1. Yet the descriptions are radically different, and after all there 
may be another nebula, the real III. 492, in the neighbourhood. 

2992|R. novae. 1274, a; 1275, a. Of the eleven " knots " seen by Lord Rosse in this 

2995J place these two are the only really "novae." The other 9 were h. 1237, 1244, 
1250 (1 & 2), 1253, 1259, 1274, 1275, and Auw. N. 30, numbered in this 
Catalogue 2931, 2949, 2955, 2956, 2961, 2965, 2974, 2991, 2994. h. 1203, 
numbered by Lord Rosse as one of the group, seems too far remote in R.A. to 
have been seen on that occasion. 

2999 h. 1279 = 11. 156. H. says " F;" h. " vB." The latter preferred, since F might 
arise from fog or haze. 

3003 h. 1282. II. 56 and II. 90. Both II. 56 and II. 90 were seen in one sweep, 
March 1, 1784, at l m interval of time (by the same star, 25 Comae), II. 56 
being 1' more north, and II. 90 3' more south than the star. This is a case of 
positive disappearance, for in sweep 334 (h.) the neighbourhood was carefully 
examined and only one nebula found. 

3008 I. 23. By s Virginis, sw. 174 ; n. 1 31'; .-. P.D. (1830) 77 18' 29". By 34 Vir- 
ginis in sw. 199, s. 19', whence P.D. = 77 25' 33", mean 77 22'. Auwers 
makes it 77 16'. This nebula is placed in the 2nd class by M. D' Arrest as 
seen with the Leipzig refractor. In this Catalogue it is set down from a mean 
of two observations, as " pretty bright." 

3011 h. 1289=11. 212=11. 750. The two nebula? so designated were not observed 
by H. in one sweep, and are, no doubt, identical. 

3013 h. 1290 = 11. 122=11. 174. These two nebulas of the 2nd class were also not 
observed by H. in the same sweep, and are presumed to be identical, as the 
places agree. 

3021 h. 1294=M. 49. Discovered by Oriani in 1771. 

3026 h. 1295 = 11. 117=11. 629. The same remark applies as in the notes on Nos. 
3011, 3013. 

3029 II. 116. Not seen by D'Arrest. 

3043 h. 1307=1. 83. Not found by Lord Rosse when once looked for. There can be 
no doubt, however, of its existence in or near this place. 

8060 1196, a=R. nova. See note on No. 2884. 



$0 8IK J. T. W. HEESOHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

S075 h. 1329=1. 31=1. 38. H. describes I. 31 as "between two bright stars." The 
places differ 15' in P.D. ; h. describes I. 38 (the place well agreeing with that 

, f r of H,) in one observation as having a large star f, and in two others as having 

a star 9m, p ; that is, in effect, as lying between two bright stars. N.B. The 
star used for I. 31 is 31 d 1 Virginis, and for I. 38, 32 d 2 Virginis. The decli- 
nation of 31 d I is 30' wrong in A.S.C. (No. 1469). In B.A.C. it is right. The 
P.D.'s of the two nebulae of H. differ, as already remarked, by 15'. The R.A/S 
agree. They must be identical with a mistake of 15' in I. 31. D' Arrest says 
,he is sure there are not two nebulae here. 

3078 III. 26. Place as per C.H., 12 h 25 32 s , 68 32' for 1830 ; as per Auwers, 

12 h 25 m 40 s , 68 47' (see List of Errata). The correction of the place in P.T. 
is not, properly speaking, an erratum, but the substitution of a good observa- 
tion for a bad one. In the obs. sw. 177 (H.), where 20 Comas was used as 
the determining star, the place is given only by description. In a sweep long 
subsequent (sw. 944) it was compared with 26 Coma? in the regular form of 
observation, and this is of course to be preferred. Auwers's place is deduced 
from the earlier, and that of C.H. from the later observation, rejecting the 
other. 

3079 h. 1322 = 8 Canum. This very remarkable object occurs among the list of those 

observed by Lord Rosse in his paper in P.T. 1861, but without a word of 
remark or description ; and it does not occur among his list of nebulosities 
looked for but not perceived. Surely it might be inferred from this that the 
nebulosity surrounding the star was seen, or its absence would have been noticed, 
as in the instance of 55 Andromeda?. Yet Mr. Lassell saw no nebulosity about 
8 Canum. 

3097 h. 1348=M. 89. Lord Rosse has h. 1343 and 1348, and in his account of them 
says, "two others, about 20' s. of 1348 ;" one of these must have been h. 1343, 
and the other h. 1349. 

8103 h. 1353 = 1. 119. This nebula was barely perceptible, with straining the atten- 
tion, by M. D'Arrest with the 4^-inch Leipzig refractor. It is described in this 
.,.' Catalogue as "considerably bright" by two observations. 

3108)11. 1358, 1359, 1363=IV. 8, 9. The obs. of 1363 in my Catalogue of 1833, in 

3109 J which the R.A. is uncertain, undoubtedly refers to the same very remarkable 
double nebula, IV. 8, 9. D'Arrest is sure that there is no other double nebula 
in this neighbourhood. 

3111 M. 90. The place is from two observations by W.H., as also the description. 

3127 h. 1374=1. 273. The descriptions of H. differ: s~o much that it is not impossible 

j '. .. r : .there may be another bright nebula near this place. 

3138 h. 1379=11. 577: , Two diagrams by h. in sweeps 141, 143, agreeing, represent 
this nebula as making a considerably acute-angled, nearly isosceles, triangle with 



OF NBHULJL AND CLUSTERS OF STABS. 31 

So. 

two following stars. H. says, " Between two Bright stars, making a triangfe 
with them." No one now, looking at those diagrams, would call the situation 
of the nebula between the stars. A suspicion of proper motion arises in such 
a case. 

3148 h. 1384=11. 148. In my Catalogue of 1833 this nebula is identified with II. 20. 
and in the Register Sheets (H. 320), under the head of II. 148, there is a memo- 
randum, " Probably the same as II. 20 (H. 47)." But on examining all the 
observations of both nebula?, I arrive at the conclusion that they are different, 
II. 20 being nearly 2 m later in R.A. 

3170 h. 1401. Query if not =11. 38, with one degree mistaken in P.D. 

3174 See note on 3148, above. 

3177 h. 1406, 1407=11. 794 (1 & 2), III. 778; h. 1428, 1435=11. 795, 796. Auwers 

3179 remarks, and justly, on the great apparent discordance of the observations of h.' 
3206 and his places of II. 794, 5, 6, and those of W.H. The fact is that the places 
3216 of these in the P.T. all rest on comparisons with s Ursae in sweeps 921 and 
3224) 1001 (H.); and the observation of that star has been erroneous or mistaken in 

sw. 921 by about 11' in P.D., as appears from an obs. of 73 Ursa? in the same 
sweep. The nebula? affected by this error are those here enumerated, and it 
requires very careful consideration to disentangle all the observations of each 
nebula by both stars, and to decide on their identities. My final conclusions 
are, 1st, that in these sweeps two distinct nebula?, II. 794, 1 and II. 794, 2, 
were observed, and confounded together under one number ( = 11. 2079 register). 
These are my h. 1406, 1407. 2ndly, that h. 1407 and III. 778, II. 795, 796 
are correctly determined in sw. 1001 (H.). 3rdly, that in sw. 921 (H.) the 
nebula set down as II. 794 was not the same as that called II. 794 in the 
reduction of sw. 1001 ; i. e. that it was in fact h. 1406, and that in this obser- 
vation there is also an error of 6' in P.D., or that, if not, there must be still 
another nebula in P.D. 33 54' (1860). Finally, that the place of III. 778 
given in Phil. Tr., which is affected by the same general cause of error, requires 
a correction of -j-9' in P.D. 

3180 h. 1405=111. 44. This is .the companion of -M. 60, and is placed by M. D'Arrest 

in the first class, even with the 4^-inch Leipzig refractor. Perhaps the very 

superior light of M. 60 may have led both H. and h. to under-estimate that of 

its, anyhow, much fainter companion. 

3189 Yh. 1414, 1415=1. 176, 177. These two, according to Lord Rosse, are= connected 
3J90J by faint nebulosity. 
3206 III. 778. See note on 3174. 
3214 h. 1426=11. 181. Auwers points out a discordance of 19' in P.D. between my 

observation and that of II. 181. This is owing mainly, however, to. a-, misprint 

in. PhiL Tirana. (See List of Errata.) 

...... 



32 SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 

32161 

\TL. 795, 796. See note on 3174. 



32161 

3224J 1 



3228 I. 8=111. 6. The later of these nebulae is expressly stated in the register (H. 38) 
to be of the 1st class, though set down (it does not appear why) in the 3rd. 

3254 h. 1452=1. 41. The case of this nebula is a very odd one. H. has two obser- 
vations of it. One on April 5, 1784, where it is described as a " L; B ; r neb ; 
sbM; ill Fig; Class I." Another on March 3, 1789, calls it "pB; cL; iFig; 
er. Many of the st. visible." So that it may be called a cluster. Both the 
places of H. and that of h. agree so well, that the object in all must have been 
the same. Here seems evidence of change. 

3256 h. 1453=11. 73. Contradictory descriptions, and possibly two nebulae differing 
1 in R.A. 

3311 h. 1480=1. 141. Query if not changed, h.'s observations are positive as to the 
clearness of the sky. But query as to the state of the speculum. 

3319 h. 1485=11. 384. Not seen by Lord Rosse in two observations (hazy). 



3337) 

3338 

3358 

3420 

3483 



h. 1497=1. 68; II. 299; h. 1511=1. 69; h. 1536=11. 301; h. 1574=111. 382. 
Auwers finds 5' A.P.D. between H. I. 68 and h. 1497. His place is from P.T. 
53 Virginis n. 1 4', whereas C.H. in her reductions uses n. 1 11', and my 
observations of this and the other nebulae in this list justify the departure. I 
subjoin her note on this nebula (in zone 103 C.H.): 



" I. 68, I. 69, III. 282 are each 7' more north than they are given in the 
" printed Catalogue. The disagreement is the result of the recalculation, and 
" is probably owing to my attempting more accuracy in valuing the ' numbers 
" ' to a degree,' &c. &c." (i. e. in the index reductions of the Polar distance 
readings which were parts of an arbitrary scale). And in the next zone (104 
C.H.) occurs, 

" II. 299 and II. 301 require the same memorandum." In point of fact, com- 
paring my own observations with those reduced by M. Auwers, the differences, 
as stated by him, run thus : 

1.68 . . . A.P.D. H-h=+5' 

I. 69 -f 7' 

III. 282 +7' 

II. 299 

II. 301 +6' 

so that in each case, where I have observed the object, the alteration is justified. 
This is only one out of the innumerable instances of painstaking and laborious 
scrutiny bestowed by her upon these reductions which have occurred to me in 
the collation of her zone catalogue with the original observations and with my 
own results. 

3356 h. 1509=1. 143. Auwers places this nebula 1 13' too much to the south in con- 
sequence of an erratum in P.T. (see List of Errata). 



OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 33 

No. 

3358 See note on 3337. 
3363 V. 3. Auwers makes the R.A. of this neb. for 1830 13 h 2 m 31', which is 10 m too 

great. The P.T., which in this instance is correct, makes it follow 75 Leonis 

l h 44 m . 
3393 h. 1527. This is not impossibly III. 937, but as both E.A.'s and P.D.'s differ very 

much, they may be different, and arc therefore separately stated. 
3415 h. 1535. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation; clouds passing h. has two 

observations, both agreeing well. 

3420 See note on No. 3337. 

3421 II. 185. Auwers, misled by an error in P.T. (see List of Errata), makes the R.A. 

of this neb. too small by 10. 

342G Auw. N. 31. Not visible in the Konigsberg Heliometer. 
3483 See note on No. 3337. 
350G II. 22. T.D. extremely doubtful. 

3512 II. 82G. Place re-reduced by the star used by H. and A.S.C. 
3527 h. 159711. 314. Auwers makes A.R.A. II. h. = + 107 s , and remarks that 

there is perhaps some error in P.T. This is the case (see List of Errata), and 

with the correction there indicated the agreement is satisfactory. 
3550 D'Arr. 94. D'Arrcst says " not found again, Feb. 19, 1863. Sky perfectly clear. 

Perhaps a comet." 
3588 h. 1633=111. 926. II. says it is sp a considerable star. h. has " a *9m with a 

very dilute nebulous atmosphere." Has the star or the nebula moved I 
3650 III. 946. Auwers makes the declination +89 17', a misprint for -f 80 9 17'. 
3662 h. 1674=1. 255. Evidently ill seen by h. The description of II. preferred. 
36G4-)h. 1676, 1679=111. 422, 423. Auwers makes the P.D. 12' too great by reason 
36G8J of an erratum in P.T. (see List of Errata). 
3728 h. 1720=111. 666. Auwers finding A.R.A. II. h. = +52", supposes a mistake of 

l m . Examined sweep 146 (h.), and found all clearly written and right reduced. 
3750|h. 1734, 1735=11. 309, 310. H. says the second is the larger, h. the smaller of 
3751) the two. 
3760] 
3762 



3763 
3764 
3766 
3767 
3770 
3771 



h. 1744=M. 101, and its attendants in more or less intimate nebulous connexion. 
Of those in Lord Rosse's woodcut, P.T. 1861, p. 729, N, the principal nucleus, 
is No. 3770=h. 1774; n,=No. 3774=1744, i; n, No. 3773=1744, h. The 
others are not lettered, and are made out from the joint evidence of this dia- 
gram and the measures of position and distance of the stars compared with the 
copper plate, fig. 35. 1744, a is not improbably =111. 787. 



3773 
3774. 

MDCCCLXIV. 



84 81H J. P. W. HEBSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

3820 h. 1703=111. 804=111. 835. The identity of these nebula; rests on a memoran- 
dum in MS. in my copy of Ph. Tr., supported by the reductions of all the obs. 
by C.H. in 3 sweeps, each with two determining stars. Auwers makes them 
differ by 14' in P.D. 

3836 III. 551. Place concluded from h. 1772=111. 552 from H.'s description, viz. 
that it precedes that nebula by 3' or 4' (3' 30") =14' of time. 

3844 h. 1777=111. 347. Auwers makes A.P.D. = 59', but observes that there must 
be some misprint. Examining all, I find that such is the case (see List of Errata), 
which recognized, shows that 1 has been mistaken, and the identity is therefore 
proved. 

3846 h. 1779=1. 144. Auwers makes the P.D. (1830)=86 30', and H. h. = l 14'. 
The cause of the discordance is a misprint in P.T. (see List of Errata), in conse- 
quence of which the nebula is 1 13' north of its printed place. 



3858 
3859 
3860 



h. 1789, 1788, 1791=111. 416, 417. Lord Kosse says that of these three only 
two were found. The obs. in sw. 28 re-examined 1789 and 1791 were both 



observed. Moreover, in sw. 337, III. 417=h. 1791 and h. 1788 were both 
observed, and 1791 is expressly stated to have been the sf of two seen in moon- 
light. Now the np of these could not be h. 1789, which is eF and not north, 
but south preceding, whereas h. 1788 by its place in sw. 338 is np. All three, 
therefore, really existed at the date of these observations. It was h. 1789 (eF) 
which escaped Lord Rosse's notice, though looked for with greater instrumental 
power. Perhaps it may have changed. 

3863 III. 135. Auwers's P.D. for 1830 is 63 0'. C.H. reduced to 1830 gives 62 50' 20". 
Auwers has used (P.T.) 1 5' n. of d, 12 Bootis ; C.H. 1 16' n. of the same *. 
C.H. is to be preferred on every account to P.T. Her A.P.D.'s are grounded 
on a most complete and searching re-examination and recomputation (according 
to the then existing star catalogues) of all the data (in the earlier sweeps most 
obscure -foliis sibyllinis olscuriora) for determining the degrees and minutes of 
P.D. from the index numbers. In almost every case I find her corrections (or 
rather interpretations) to be justified ; and I have no doubt that in this parti- 
cular instance such will prove the case, though here I confess myself, after con- 
sulting the original sweep, unable to perceive the reason for the deviation. 

3888 III. 319. Auwers, following P.T., which places the nebula 2 26' north of /3 Ursa? 
min., makes the P.D. 1830 =12 46', and so it stands in the Register sheet 
(H. 864). But it should be 2 26' south. So C.H. has used it, and so it proves 
to be on reference to the original sweep, sw. 391 (H.), giving for the P.D. 
17 36' 12". 

3920 h. 1832=11. 695. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation. See note on 
No. 132. 

3922 h. 3573= A. 342. In Auwers's list of Lacaille's nebulae, he sets down for the 



OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 35 

No. 

declination of this 55 58'-8. For 58'-8 read 48'-8, if it be the same object, 
but of that some doubt remains. 

3967 VI. 8. Auwers, using % Virginis, the determining star in P.T., places this cluster 
in B.A. 14 h 53 m 37 s (1830), 99 55' P.D. This, however, is declared by a sub- 
sequent MS. note to be a mistake for Mayer's 577 zod. star, whence the place 
in this Catalogue is accordingly derived. But this star, too, must have been 
mistaken, and on consulting the original sweep (sw. 209, H.) I find no star in 
the sweep whose identity can be satisfactorily ascertained. All that can be 
certainly affirmed is that, within a degree one way or the other in P.D., and 
from 5 to 10 minutes of time in R.A. of the place set down, there exists a fine 
cluster of the 6th class which should be looked for. Fortunately it is the only 
nebula observed in the sweep, a very short one. 

3977 h. 1866 = 1. 184. Some suspicion of variability, inasmuch as one description calls 
it R, another E, and another mE, besides other indications in respect of bright- 
ness. 

3998 III. 373. C.H., by three distinct observations in three different sweeps (400, 

730, 917, H.) from the same determining star 11 libra (s. 13', s. 14', 
and s. 15'), deduces a P.D., which reduced to 1830=91 49' 39". Auwers, 
using the same star, s. 12' as per P.T., places it in P.D. 91 17', which, how- 
ever, is probably a misprint for 91 47'. Two of H.'s observations place the 
small star south, and one north of the nebula. 

3999 h. 1881=11. 576. The binuclear character verified by R, who says that it is a 

close double nebula. 
4016 h. 1892=111. 131. Query if not variable in brightness. H. in two observations 

calls it F and cB; h., in two others, vF and eF. 

4025|II. 756=h. 1898 ?. In the two observations by H. of II. 766 it is described as 
4029J cF; pL; iF; r; 

pB; s; E; 

and no mention is made of a double star near it, so that though the places agree 

within the possible limits of discordance, they are most probably two distinct 

nebulae. 

4043) 1901, a. Two of six seen by Lord Rosse. The others must have been h. 1901, 
4044J h. 1902, II. 541 and III. 511. 

4048)111. 886, 887. Auwers has made an error of 12' in the declination, or +12' in 
4049J the P.D. of this double nebula as determined from P.T. (20' n. of 7 Serpentis). 

The P.D. here set down is that correctly reduced, C.H. having on her part 

committed an error of +2' in P.D. 
4051 h. 1905=11. 751. In Auwers's declination, for +20 44' read +20 14', an 

evident misprint. 
4065 IL 818. Owing to an erroneous designation of the <tetermining star in P.T. (see 

F2 



36 SIE J. F. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 



4124) 

4127 

4128 

4131 

4133 



List of Errata), Auwers has given the place of this nebula (1830) as R.A. 
14 h 41 m 3 8 ; Decl. +60 5'. 

h. 1934, &c. In Lord Rosse's diagram of the group h. 1934, A, the most con- 
spicuous, would naturally be selected as identical with that nebula, but in that 
case II. 766 would not be included in the group. On the other hand, if B be 
taken for h. 1934, the identifications will stand as follows: A=No. 4131 



=11. 766; B=No. 4128=h. 1934; C=No. 4127 = 1934, I; D=No. 4124 
=1934, a. This, however, supposes an error of 45 s of R.A. in H.'s place of 

II. 766, which is not probable, while on the other hand it is difficult to account 
otherwise for its not having been noticed at all. All things considered, I have 
thought it best to enter A as a new nebula, No. 4133=1934, c, leaving 766 
untouched. 

4167 h. 1948=111. 74. Not seen by Lord Rosse, once looked for (see note on No. 132). 

4173 h. 3624=M. 80. This is Pogson's globular cluster, with a variable star in the 
centre, for whose most singular history see the Monthly Notices of the R. Ast. 
Soc. xxi. pp. 32, 33, by Mr. Pogson. Mr. P. in that statement says that Sir J. 
Herschel (among others mentioned) had described it as either " cometary " or 
" nebulous." This is incorrect. In both my observations of this object it 
stands described as a globular cluster, all completely resolved into stars. (See 
C.G.H. h. 3624.) 

4234 h. 1970 = 2. 5. D'Arrest calls this planetary nebula blue. The place used is a 
mean of his observations, that of h. (Catal. of 1833) being only Struve's roughly 
brought up. M. D'Arrest makes the diameter =14"'6. 

4247 III. 727. The comparison of the place here set down with that of Auwers is 
curious for the great number of perfectly accidental errors which have heaped 
themselves together. The place (C.H.) is rightly reduced by her from a Her- 
culis, f 16 m 11 s ; n 0' 14", which is that given in P.T., and which, reduced to 1830, 
gives for the R.A. 16 h 44 m 46 S '8 and for the P.D. 47 58' 16", differing +8 8 '8 
and +11" from the exact result. In M. Auwers's catalogue it is entered thus: 

III. 127; R.A. 16 U 14 m 47 s ; Decl. +43 1' (corresponding to P.D. 46 59'). 
That is to say, there is a misprint in each of the three particulars. This is not 
to be taken as a specimen of M. Auwers's work, which is an admirable example 
of painstaking devotion, and far beyond any eulogy in my power to offer. But 
it is a striking instance of the way in which, in the great run of chances, 
unlucky coincidences will happen. 

4259 h. 1974. Doubtful whether a nebula or a very faint double or triple star. 
4294 M. 92 (= also Lalande No. 31544). Not observed by h., but 8 times by H. 

Place from Wollaston's catalogue, which is almost identical with Auwers 

(A.R.A.=rO s -l, A.P.D. = 0' 3"). 
4302 h. 1981 =h. 3686=IV. 11. The annular form only perceived in the southern 



OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 37 

No. 

observations. Both H. and h., in their northern observations, describe it as of 
equable light throughout. It appears from Lord Rosse's observations that the 
annular form is much more common among these " planetary " nebulae than H. 
or h. had any idea of. 

4364 h. 3723=11. 200. On a ground astonishingly rich. 

4368 V. 1 3. P.D. by Auwers =113 36' (1830), owing to an error in P.T. (see List of 
Errata). 

4372 h. 3726 = A. 473. There is a singular statement respecting this cluster by Cac- 
ciatore in No. 113 of the Astronomische Nachrichten. He observed it as a 
nebula, he says, on the 19th of March, 1820 (of course, therefore, Dunlop has 
the priority in point of date). But where he saw it Lacaille, he says, noted 
his star 1483 (Coelum Australe). Also, Piazzi in 1794 and 1801 in the same 
place saw only a star. Cacciatore in 1809 and 1810 observed the same star, 
but saw no nebula, only a star 9m following it (P. xvii. 341, 346). In looking 
for the comet of 1826, however, " fui colpito," he says, " da questa bella nebu- 
losa." Unfortunately for this curious history, the place of Piazzi's star referred 
to (and which he identifies with 1483 C.A.) differs by no less than 18' in P.D. 
from that of the nebula in question, which was therefore out of the field of 
view, both of his own and of Piazzi's telescope, when observing the star. 

4390 h. 2000. 2. 6. Omitted by Auwers from his catalogue of new nebulas, which con- 
tains many far less remarkable. Diameter, according to D'Arrest, = 7"'05. 
Bessel's place =h.+0 s '8, -0' 22". 

4397 h. 2004 = M. 24. H.'s two observations hardly consist with this description, and 
their deviation in R.A. of nearly 4 m from Messier's place makes it very doubt- 
ful whether he really saw this object. 

4411 M. 69. Piazzi, in a note on xviii. 122 of his catalogue, says that both M. 69 and 
M. 70 are 1 more to the south. But he is wrong. 

4415 Auwers, N. 40. This is the nebula discovered by Tut tie on Sept. 1, 1859, and it 
would appear to be variable, for M. D'Arrest says (in a letter of May 8, 1863), 
" La nebuleuse de M. Tuttle (Astron. Nachr. No. 1337. p. 272) etait, le 24 Sept. 
1862, si brillante ct si remarquable dans le chercheur (grandis et prceclara, oualis, 
2' lonffa, 80" lata), que je suis persuade qu'elle n'a pas etc telle du temps de 
Messier ct de votre pere, et de vos propres observations. Voici la position que 
j'ai obtenue. 1861-0 R.A. 275 55'-6, N.P.D. = 15 30'-1." The place given in 
the present Catalogue is that of M. Auwers, and differs somewhat, though not 
considerably, from this determination. 

4428 M. 70. See the note on No. 4411. 

4462 III. 742. This agrees too well with M. D'Arrest's place of his No. 113 not to 
be the same. His description is F; S; R; *10p 12'-6, s 2' 30". 

4473 Auwers, N. 44. This is the nebula discovered by Mr. Hind on March 30, 1845. 



38 8IE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

It was observed in May 1852 as a nebula of the first class ; subsequently as 
" pretty faint and diluted." M. Auwers found it " surprisingly faint," and of 
the 2nd class at the highest. 

4487 h. 2037=111. 743. This was seen as a planetary nebula in the twilight by 
M. D' Arrest with the 4^-inch refractor, and can therefore hardly be ranked so 
low as Class III. 

4536 h. 2062=111. 144. Not seen by Lord Rosse; once looked for. (See note on 
No. 132, &c.) 

4570 h. 2073. Not seen by Lord Rosse; twice looked for. h. has three observations 
agreeing well. The object is an equivocal one. 

45851 h. 2081=:!. 103. According to an observation of Olbers, cited by Auwers, this 

4586J is identical with No. 4585 = 1. 103, the place of the latter nebula, as assigned 
by H., being 20' wrong in P.O. This had escaped my notice until the nebula 
in this Catalogue had been finally numbered and much other work accumulated 
on them ; and it was considered better to let No. 4585 stand, though erroneous, 
than to hazard confusion by striking it out and altering all the subsequent num- 
bering. 

4618 h. 2093. In conformity with Mr. Mason's remarks on my observations of this 
nebula, and with his elaborate and excellent monograph of the great nebulous 
system of which it forms a part, I have diminished the P.D. in my Catalogue of 
1833 by 1. It is evident that the index reading must have been mistaken, 1 
for 0. Sweep 8 examined ; the writing is clear and the reduction correct, but 
the conclusion from Mr. Mason's observations is irresistible. 

4628 h. 2098=IV. 1. According to Lassell this is annular, an elliptic ring with a star 
in the centre. 

4654 h. 2113. Not seen by Lord Rosse; twice looked for. Examined sw. 86 (h.), in 
which it was observed. All found apparently correct, the observation clearly 
written and right reduced: and it is added, " the double star" (h. 934 in my 
" 3rd series of observations, &c. &c.," Mem. Ast. Soc. vol. iii.) " is a good guide." 
A diagram accompanying the observations, by indicating lines points out the 
relative situation of the double star and nebula. 

4710 h. 2133. Not seen by Lord Rosse in four observations. 

4714 h. 3897. Not found by Mr. LasseU within 30' all round the place. 

4723 h. 2137=111. 920. Not seen by Lord Rosse in one observation. 

4756 h. 2148. Not seen by Lord Rosse in three observations. In one a cloud passing. 

4775 h. 2156=111.932. H. says, "just sf a S* to. which it seems almost to be attached, 
but is free from it." h. says, " has a * 13m at a distance from the edge = 1 dia- 
meter by diagram." Sw. 274 (h.). This sweep re-examined. The diagram makes 
the star north of the nebula. The description says, "Diagram certainly right." 

4816 2172, a. In this group Lord Rosse has given only measures of relative position, 



OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 39 

No. 

and none of distance ; so that it is impossible to assign specific places to the 
individuals of which it consists. He speaks of five near to h. 2172. The dia- 
gram exhibits only four. One may possibly be III. 166. 

4848 2184, a. In Lord Rosse's diagram of the group to which this belongs, a is h. 2183 
= No. 4845; /3 = D'Arr. 117 = No. 4844; y = h. 2184 = 111. 217=No. 4846; 
S=D'Arr. 118=No. 4847. That marked as 2184, a is not lettered in the dia- 
gram, and is " nova." 

4892 h. 2205=1. 55. Placed in the second class only by M. D' Arrest with the 4|-inch 
Leipzig retractor. In this Catalogue it is set down as only " pretty Bright," 
from a mean of seven observations. 

4894 h. 3971 =h. 3972. These are assuredly identical; but the minute of R.A. being 
doubtful, that of the earlier 3971 is preferred. The mean of the seconds and 
the Polar distances is taken, blending the two, and also the descriptions. 

4922 h. 2223=111. 222. Three times called by h. "pretty Bright," and three times 
by h. and H., eF; vF; eF. Is this a case of variability 1 

4933 h. 2228=h. 3982=1. 104. Placed in the second class by M. D' Arrest. With 
this the present Catalogue agrees ; making it " pretty Faint " by a mean of three 
observations. 

4941 D'Arr. Not included by M. D'Arrest in his final list ; but there are four obser- 
vations of it recorded in his " Resultate," all agreeing well. 

4964 h. 2241 =IV. 18. According to Mr. Lassell this superb "planetary nebula" is 
bi-annular, consisting of a nucleus and two oval rings. 

4966 h. 2242=111. 226. Called by h. in four observations, pB; pB; pB; pB, and in 
two by H. eF ; vF. 

4980 h. 2250=111. 213. Not seen by Lord Rosse in 4 observations. In my observa- 
tions of sweep 103, a very short sweep, using the quadrant instead of the index 
arc, and with no good zero star, both R.A. and P.D. may be a good deal 
wrong. My place, however, agrees pretty well with that of H. (A. R.A. = 5 s , 
A. P.D. =4'), and the existence of a nebula as described, hereabouts, is certain, 
but it should be looked for within somewhat wider limits. 

4998 h. 2261=1. 110. H. has two observations in which this nebula is called cB; 
h. has one where it is called eF ; adding " sky quite clear." 

50031 h. 2263=11. 208. These can hardly be the same. The R.A.'s differ by nearly 

6004J 2 and the P.D.'s by 6'. The descriptions also disagree. 255, the position of 
the star 14m in h. 2263, is not np but sp, and the estimates of their magnitudes 
differ materially. 

5015 h. 2271 = 111. 854. A very problematic object, and in which there is great dif- 
ficulty in making out its nature. Stars and nebula oddly mixed. 

5020]h. 2274=11. 230; 2274, a; h. 2275=11. 231. In Lord Rosses diagram of this 

5021 1 group, =h, 2274; 0=h. 2275; y=nova=2274, a. h. sweep 91 makes II. 

5022J 230 the np of two, and II. 231 " to have II. 230, 45 sp." This is contradicted 



40 SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 

No. 

by the diagram. There is some confusion among the observations as to whether 
the two nebula; II. 230, 231 really lie np or sp from each other, and it might 
be suspected that the P.D.'s had been read crossways, the R.A.'s being rightly 
set down ; but Lord Rosse's diagram and measures decide the point in favour 
of the relative situation being here correctly given. 

5051 h. 2302. Not seen by Lord Rosse in two observations. Examined the original 
observation, all clear and apparently correct. The nebula certainly exists in or 
very near the place here set down. 

5061 2849, a. A nebula mentioned by M. D' Arrest, but not included in his MS. list of 
well-determined nebula;. Should, however, be looked for. 

References to Figures of Nebulas in various works. 

In the following list of figured nebulae, the first column contains the current number 
of the nebula or cluster in the present Catalogue ; the second the number attached to 
it in my Catalogues in P.T. 1833 and C.G.II. ; or if not found in either of these, the 
class and number in my Father's Catalogues or other sufficient designation. The third 
contains an abbreviated reference to the publication in which the figure will be found, 
viz. 

P.T. 33. The volume of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society for 

A.D. 1833. 

P.T. 44. Ditto, Ditto, for 1844^) 
P.T. 50. Ditto, Ditto, for 1850lLord Rosse's papers. 
P.T. 61. Ditto, Ditto, for 1861J 

C.G.IL Results of astronomical observations at the Cape of Good Hope by J.F.W.H. 
R. di. The woodcut diagrams in Lord Rosse's paper, Philosophical Transactions, 
1861 ; such only being referred to as express some distinct peculiarity not 
elsewhere figured. 

B.A.A. Professor Bond's Memoirs in vol. iii. N.S. of the Transactions of the Ame- 
rican Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

M.A.A. Mr. Mason's Memoirs in vol. vii. of the Transactions of the American Aca- 
demy. 
D'Arr. M. D'Arrest's Inaugural dissertation and description of the Copenhagen 

Equatoreal, 1861. 

Lam. Dr. Lament's " Oeffentliche Vorlesung iibcr die Nebelflccken." Mxinchen 1837. 
Lass. Mr. Lassell's Memoirs in vol. xxiii. of the Transactions of the Royal Astrono- 
mical Society. 

Column 4 contains the number of the Plate in the volume referred to where the figure 
will be found, and column 5 the number of the figure in that Plate. 

The figures annexed to Mr. Dunlop's catalogue are not included, as for the main part 
they offer no resemblance to the objects figured (when identifiable), and would serve only 



OF NEBULJE ASTD CLUSTEES OF STAES. 



41 



to mislead. The same remark applies to most of the older figures of nebulae scattered 
through the volumes of the Histoire de 1'Academie Francaise, and other collections. 
Of the older figures of the nebula in Orion, however, for curiosity's sake, a list is sub- 
joined. The figures accompanying my Father's memoir in Philosophical Transactions, 
1811, are also omitted. They do not profess to be resemblances, and are given rather 
as types of certain classes of objects into which he there considers the nebula3 to be dis- 
tributable. At least they are made from very rude diagrams. 

References to published figures of Nebulce. 



No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 


Work 
cited. 


No. of 
plate. 


No. of 
fig- 




No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 


Work 
cited. 


No. of 
plate. 


No. of 
% 
















1157 


357 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


81 




27 


2315 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


8 








P.T. 44 


xix. 


81 




31 


15 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


1 








B. di. 








52 


2:122 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


1 








D'Arr. 


ii. 


4 




67 


2327 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


19 








Lass. 


ii. 


1 




105 


44 


B.A.A. 


opp. p. 86 






1163 


2864 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


7 




106 


45 


B.A.A. 


Ditto. 






1164 


2865 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


7 




116 


50 


B.A.A. 


Ditto. 






1165 


2866 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


20 




117 


51 


B.A.A. 


Ditto. 






1168 


2867 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


20 




138 


61 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


52 




1171 


A. 136 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


20 




169 


2359 


C.G.H. 


V. 


10 




1171 


2868 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


20 




187 


2370 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


6 




1174 


2872 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


7 




298 


112 


P.T. 33 


V. 


38 




1175 


2869 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


20 




303 


116 


R. di. 








1176 


2875 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


7 




352 


131 


P.T. 50 


xxxvi. 


5 




1177 


2876 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


7 








P.T. 61 


xxvi. 


10 




1179 


360 


C.G.H. 


viii. 


I 




372 


142 


B. di. 












B.A.A. 


opp. p. 96 






400 


151 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


58 








Lass. 


i. 


1 




412 


156 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


2 








* 


see note 






527 


218 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


28 




1180 


V. 30 


C.G.H. 


ii. 


3 








B. di. 








1183 


361 


C.G.H. 


ii. 


3 




544 


223 


D'Arr. 


ii. 


7 








P.T. 50 


xxxviii. 


6 




560 


232 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


3 








Lass. 


ii. 


3 




567 


2487 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


14 




1185 


M. 43 


C.G.H. 


viii. 


1 




572 


241 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


4 








B.A.A. 


opp. p. 96 






575 


242 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


56 








Lass. 


i. 


1 








P.T. 61 


XXV. 


5 








* 


see note 






600 


262 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


6 




1225 


365 


D'Arr. 


ii. 


2 




70S 


2534 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


7 








Lass. 


ii. 


2 




731 


2552 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


1 




1226 


iv. 24 


D'Arr. 


ii. 


10 




810 


311 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


31 




1233 


2910 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


5 








P.T. 61 


XXV. 


17 




1235 


2913 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


5 




822 


2620 


C.G.H. 


V. 


11 




1238 


2916 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


5 




823 


2621 


C.G.H. 


V. 


11 




1243 


2918 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


5 




826 


2618 


D'Arr. 


ii. 


9 




1248 


2923 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 








I.uss. 


ii. 


4 




1249 


2925 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 




853 


315 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


8 




1258 


2935 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 




888 327 


P.T. 61 


XXV. 


9 




1259 


2933 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 




979 2709 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


3 




1260 


2936 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 




980 


2710 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


3 




1265 


2938 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 




981 


2711 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


3 




1266 


2939 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


9 




987 


2716 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


3 




1267 


368 


P.T. 33 


iv. 


36 




1057 


2775 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


1 








B. di. 








1082 


2802 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


6 




1269 


2941 


C.G.H. 


ii. 


4 




1084 


2803 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


6 




1276 


2948 


C.G.H. 


iii 


4 




1085 


istil 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


6 




1277 


2949 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


4 




1080 


2805 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


6 




1278 


2950 


C'.C.II. 


iii. 


4 




1089 


2808 


C.GH. 


iii. 


6 




1279 


2951 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


4 




1090 


2810 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


6 




1281 


2952 


(Mi. 11. 


iii. 


4 




1135 


2840 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


2 




1282 


2953 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


4 




1137 


355 


P.T. 33 


V. 


49 




1283 


2954 


e.c.H. 


iii. 


4 




1140 


2842 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


2 




1419 


390 


B. di. 








1141 


2843 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


2 




1425 


393 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


11 




1142 


2844 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


2 




1437 


399 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


64 




1143 


2845 


C.G.H. 


iii. 


2 








P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


10 




1156 


2859 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


7 








Lass. 


ii. 


8 





MDCCCLXIV. 



42 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



TABLE (continued). 



No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 


Work 
cited. 


No. of 
plate. 


No. of 
fig- 




No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 


Work 
cited. 


No. of 
plate. 


No. of 
fig- 




1467 


415 


P.T. 33 


yiii. 


91 




2841 


1175 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


55 




1477 


421 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


12 




2870 


1196 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


21 




1511 


3075 


C.G.H. 


IT. 


4 




2878 


1202 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


69 




1519 


444 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


72 




2884 


1196, a 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


21 








P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


6 




2910 


1225 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


57 




1520 
1521 


} 445 


Lass. 


ii. 


9 




2950 
2958 


1245 
1252 


P.T. 61 
P.T. 33 


xxvii. 
vii. 


22 

68 




1532 


450 


P.T. 50 


xxxviii. 


15 




2962 


1252 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


68 








Lass. 


ii. 


6 




2972 


1258 


R. di. 








1565 


f 464-1 
1 3093 / 


P.T. 50 


xxxviii. 


12 




3041 
3042 


1306 
1308 


P.T. 61 
P.T. 61 


xxvii. 

xxvii. 


23 
23 








Lass. 


ii. 


5 




3085 


1337 


P.T. 33 


iv. 


37 




1567 


3095 


Lass. 


ii. 


7 








P.T. 61 


xxvih. 


24 




1677 


3131 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


12 




3101 


1352 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


83 




1721 


536 


P.T. 33 


Vi. 


61 




3)06 


1357 


P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


9 




1728 


537 


Lam. 
P.T. 33 


i. 

VI. 


8 
65 




3108 


f 1358 
1 1363 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


78 




1745 
1801 


3145 

3154 


C.G.H. 
C.G.H. 


V. 
T. 


12 

8 




3109 


f 1359 
{ 1365 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


78 




1861 
1863 


1 604 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


70 




3113 
3132 


1362 
1376 


P.T. 33 
P.T. 33 


vi. 
vi. 


66 
50 




1911 


639 


P.T. 50 
P.T. 61 


xxx vi. 
xxvii. 


3 
13 




3151 
3152 


1385 


P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


25 




2003 


3221 


C.G.H. 


T. 


9 




3165 


1397 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


76 




2017 


3228 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


9 








P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


9 








Lass. 


ii. 


10 




3180 


1405 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


74 




2058 


692 


P.T. 61 


xxv ii. 


14 




3182 


1408 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


74 




2063 


3241 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


2 




3189 


1414 "1 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


75 




2067 


3239 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


3 




3190 


1415 f 


P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


26 




2102 


3248 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


5 




3240 


1441 


P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


27 








Lass, 


ii. 


11 




324!) 


1451 


R. di. 








2158 


731 


P.T. 33 


V. 


40 




3258 


1456 


P.T. 33 


V. 


41 




2107 


3295 


C.G.H. 


ix. 


1 


Argus. 


3275 


3435 


C.G.H. 


i. 


2 




2216 


765 


P.T. 61 


xxrii. 


15 




3278 


1466 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


84 




2217 


766 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


15 




3321 


1486 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


27 




2333 


3324 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


10 




3340 


149!) 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


62 




2336 


3325 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


10 




3356 


1509 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


67 




2337 


3326 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


10 




3511 


1589 


P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


28 




2338 


3327 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


10 




3525 


3501 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


2 




2340 


3329 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


10 




3531 


3504 


C.G.H. 


V. 


7 




2342 


3330 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


10 




3570 


3514 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


1 




2343 


838 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


32 




3572 


1622 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


25 








P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


11 








P.T. 50 


XXXV. 


1 




2373 


854 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


53 








K. di. 












P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


7 




3606 


3523 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


5 








Lam. 


i. 


6 




3614 


1649 


P.T. 33 


V. 


39 




2377 


f 857-1 
1 875 / 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


54 




3615 
3651 


1650 
3541 


P.T. 61 
C.G.H. 


xxviii. 
vi. 


29 
15 








T.T. 61 


xxvi. 


16 




3706 


3548 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


10 




2378 


859 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


51 




3717 


1713 


P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


30 




2379 


858 


R. di. 








3750 


1734 


R di. 








2445 


910 


E. di. 








3766 


III. 787 


P.T. 61 


xxix. 


35 




2486 


f 934-1 
1 3355 f 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


79 




3770 
3778 


1744 
in. 788 


P.T. 61 
P.T. 61 


xxix. 
xxix. 


35 
35 




2488 
2559 


f 936] 
1 3356 / 
982 


P.T. 33 
B. di. 


vii. 


79 




3779 
4051 \ 
4052 / 


III. 789 
1905 


P.T. 61 
P.T. 33 


xxix. 
vii. 


35 

77 




2597 


1002 


R. di. 












P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


31 




2606 


1011 


P.T. 61 


xxvi. 


17 




4058 


1909 


P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


8 




2652 


1041 


P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


7 




4066 


3594 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


8 




2670 


1052 


P.T. 61 


xxvi. 


16 




4083 


1916 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


87 




2671 


1053 


P.T. 61 


xxvi. 


16 




4087 


1917 


R. di. 








2680 


1061 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


19 




4118 


1929 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


89 




2733 


1092 


B. di. 








4125 


3610 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


7 




2756 


1111 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


20 




4160 


19J6 


P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


32 




2760 


1113 


P.T. 61 


xxvii. 


20 




4224 


3641 


C.G.H. 


V. 


4 




2804 


1146 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


71 




4229 


3644 


C.G.H. 


V. 


6 




2806 


1148 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


59 




4230 


1968 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


86 




2807 


1149 


P.T. 50 


xxxvii. 


8 








P.T. 61 


xxviii. 


33 




2838 


1173 


P.T. 50 


XXXV. 


2 




4234 


1970 


Lam. 


i. 


1 





OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



43 



TABLE (continued). 



No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. Ac. 


Work 
cited. 


No. of 
plate. 


No. of 
fig- 




No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 


Work 
cited. 


No. of 
plate. 


No. of 
fig- 




4261 


3I!61 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


13 




4572 


2075 


P.T. 33 


V. 


47 




4284 


3675 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


6 








P.T. 61 


\\viii. 


34 




4290 


3680 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


3 








Lam. 


i. 


5 






3680, 2 


C.G.H. 


V. 


3 


MilkyWay. 


4594 


2084 


P.T. 61 


m. 


36 




4302 


I 1891 1 
1 3686 / 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


4 




4600 
4616 


2088 
2092 


P.T. 33 
P.T. 33 


iii. 
iii. 


33 
34 




4305 


3688 


C.G.H. 


vi. 


18 








M.A.A. 


vii. 


1 






3702, 2 


C.G.H. 


T. 


1 


MilkyWay. 


4618 


2093 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


82 




4335 


3707 


C.G.H. 


V. 


5 








M.A.A. 


vii. 


1 




4342 


3713,2 


C.G.H. 


V. 


2 




4627 


2099 


P.T. 61 


XXX. 


37 




4343 


1989 


P.T. 33 


V. 


43 




4628 


2098 


P.T. 33 


V. 


44 




4355 


/ 19911 
13718/ 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


80 








P.T. 50 
D'Arr. 


xxxviii. 
ii. 


14 
1 








C.G.H. 


ii. 


2 








Lam. 


i. 


4 








M.A.A. 


iv. 


1 




4678 


2125 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


88 




4361 


3722 


C.G.H. 


i. 


1 








P.T. 44 


xviii. 


88 




4375 
4395 


3727 

2002 


C.G.H. 
P.T. 33 


vi. 
ii. 


16 
30 




4687 


/ 21281 
1 3878 / 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


90 




4403 


2008 


P.T. 33 


iv. 


35 




4729 


3908 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


11 








C.G.H. 


ii. 


1 




4730 


3909 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


11 








Lam. 


i. 


10 




4731 


3910 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


11 








M.A.A. 


vi. 


1 




4733 


3911 


C.G.H. 


iv. 


11 




4437 


2019 


Lam. 


j. 


9 




4731 


2139 


P.T. 61 


XXX. 


38 




4447 


2023 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


29 




4815 


2172 


P.T. 61 


XXX. 


39 








P.T. 44 


xix. 


29 


t 


4876 


2197 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


73 








D'Arr. 


ii. 


5 




4877 


2198 


P.T. 33 


vii. 


73 




4487 


2037 


Lam. 


i. 


7 




4892 


2205 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


63 




4510 


2047 


P.T. 33 


V. 


46 








P.T. 50 


xxrvi. 


4 








D'Arr. 


ii. 


3 








D'Arr. 


ii. 


6 








Lam. 


,i. 


2 




4950 


2236 


P.T. 33 


vi. 


60 




4514 


2050 


P.T. 33 


V. 


43 




4964 


2241 


P.T. 33 


V. 


45 




4532 


2060 


P.T. 33 


ii. 


26 








P.T. 60 


xxxviii. 


13 








P.T. 44 


xix. 


26 








P.T. 61 


XXX. 


40 








P.T. 50 


xxxviii. 


17 








Lam. 


i. 


3 








P.T. 61 


xxxi. 


43 




4971 


2245 


P.T. 33 


viii. 


85 








D'Arr. 


ii. 


8 








P.T. 61 


XXX. 


41 




4565 


2072 


P.T. 33 


V. 


48 




5046 


2297 


P.T. 61 


XXX. 


42 





* No. 1179=h. 360. Other figures of the great nehula in Orion will be found in Huyghens's Systema Satur- 
nium, 1659; ditto, copied by Le Gentil in Mem. Acad. Sci. Par. 1759, pi. 21. fig. 1 ; Le Gentil's own figure in 
do. do. fig. 2 ; by Picard, do. do. fig. 5 ; another by Le Gentil, do. do. fig. 6. See also : 

Mairan, " Sur la Lumiere Zodiacale," copied in Lalande's ' Astronomy.' These older representations, however, 
are mere curiosities, and present no points of exact resemblance. 

Messier, Hist, de 1'Acad. Sci. Par. 1771, p. 435.. .461. Plate 8 is a careful and (for the time) elaborate figure. 

J. F. W. Herschel, Mem. Astron. Soc. ii. 1826. 

De Vico, Memoria intorno ad alcune osservazioni fatte nel Collegio Romano nel corrente anno 1838, nebulosa 
d'Orione osservata al Telescopio di Cauchoix. 1839. 

Bond. A very fine engraving not yet published. 

t No. 4447. P.T. 44. xix. fig. 29. There is an erratum in this figure. For Decl. 32 49' n read 22 49' n. 



44 



SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



The following nebulae have been indicated by Lord Rosse as being either " of spiral 
structure (S), having in them dark spaces (D), as knotted (K), or as in the form of rays 
(i. e. much elongated forms) with splits or clefts (R). 



No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 




No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. Ac. 




No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 




No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


h. &c. 




202 


84 


K 


2158 


731 


D 


2717 


1085 


8 


3249 


1451 


S 


372 


142 


S 


2194 


749 


S 


2733 


1092 


8 


3258 


1456 


8 


594 


257 


K 


2248 


788 


D 


2749 


1107 


D 


3474 


1570 


8 


600 


262 


S 


2373 


854 


S 


2807 


1149 


B, 


3572 


1622 


S 


604 


264 


D 


2377 


857 


D 


2870 


1196 


S 


3750 


1734 


S 


888 


327 


S 


2379 


858 


3 


2878 


1202 


S 


3843 


1776 


S 


895 


329 


K 


2413 


887 


D 


2890 


1211 


8 


4045 


1901 


K 


1267 


368 


D 


2445 


910 


S 


2910 


1225 


D 


4058 


1!)09 


D 


1458 


409 


K 


2499 


943 


S 


2991 


1274 


K 


4087 


1917 


R 


1527 


446 


K 


2559 


982 


S 


3049 \ 


1 '' 1 -' 




4572 


2075 


8 


1676 


514 


D 


2597 


1002 


S 


, 3050 J 


1O1Z 




4815 


2172 


S 


1806 


581 


K 


2652 


1041 


B 


3106 


1357 


R 


4964 


2241 


D 


2058 


692 


D 


2670 


1052 


8 


1 3121 


1368 


S 


4971 


2245 


S 


2066 


695 


S 


2680 


1061 


S 















List of Errata and Corrigenda in Sir William HersclwVs Catalogue of 2500 Nebulce in 

the Philosophical Transactions. 







No. in 




Class. 


No. 


Cata- 


Error and Correction. 






logue. 




I. 


6 


3702 


for f. 3 56 read (. 33"> 56' 




54 


214 


for f. 12 m 44 ; s. 2 50' read f. 18 m 36 ; B. 1 26' 




87 


2274 


for {. 9 m 30" read f. 10 m 30" 




137 


1837 


for 42 Lyncis read 41 Lyncis 




143 


3356 


for s. 2 7' read s. 54' 




144 


3846 


for n. 24' read n. 2 7' 




153 


536 


for p. 23 m 16" read f. 23 m 16 




154 


549 


for f. l m 23" read p. 1 23 s 




155 


778 


for f. 7 m 49" read p. 7 49 




202 


2604 


for f. O m 47 read f. 7 m 47' 




203 


2597 


for t. 7 m 42" read f. 14" 42 


II. 


1 


4738 


for p. 15>::, s. 4:: read p. 11">45", n. 17' 




H 


2824 


for f. 1 24', n. 24' read f. l m 13", n. 30* 




14 


2730 


for 3 () Virginis f. 2 m 20", n. 1 22' read 59 e Virginia p. 69 m 0', n. 11' 




48 


1707 


for f. 56" 1 45' read f. 54 m 45 s 




181 


3214 


for s. 48' read s. 1 15' 




185 


3421 


for p. ll m 0" read p. l m 0* 




239 


634 


for 27 () Persei p. 8 20, n. 2' read 30 Persei p. 14> 41, n. 51' 




240 


5046 


for read 39 Pise. p. 2" 24', n. 1 0* 




241 


29 


for read 39 Pise. p. 14" 24', . 11' 




242 


4973 


for 48 (ft) Pegasi read 87 (u) Pegasi 




264 


1335 


for 47 (J) Cancri read 25 (S) Canis 




265 


1384 


for 1 x Can. read ! 1 Can. 




286 


654 


for p read 13 () Eridani p. 




314 


3528 


for f. 17" 57" read f. IS-" 57 




372 


2771 


for p. 74" 24" read p. 14 24 




658 


1718 


for 44 Lyncis read 43 Lyncis 




708 


1788 


for 37 Lyncis read 36 Lyncis 




794 


(31771 
13179J 


for a. 49' read s. 1 0' (see note on this No. in CataL) 




795 


3216 


for s. 1 13' read s. 1 24' (see note on this No. in Catal.) 




796 


3224 


for s. 1 25' read s. 1 36' (see note on this No. in Catal.) 




818 


4056 


for 12 Draconis read 12 Draconis Hevelii 




853 


14 


for p. 25 m 38' read p. 25 m 48" 


II . 


6 
26 


3228 
3078 


for 59 (e) Virginis p. 28 m 1 1" read d Virginis f. 2 42", u. 57'. The obs. belongs to 1. 8 
for 20 Comas f. 4 m 30, s. 37' read 26 Comae p. 5 m 5', s. 32' 




112 


2417 


for 74 f Leouis f. 10 m 6", s. 1 52' read Mayer 510. z. p. 61 m 48". s. 1 W 




113 


2577 


for if Leonis f. 34 m 18", s. 1 3' read Mayer 510. z. p. 37 m 36', s. 31' 




178 


631 


for 17 (y) Persei f. 9 m 6 s read 17 (r) Persei f. 10" s 




192 


419 


for 72 Ceti read 62 Ceti 



OF NEBULJE AND CLUSTEES OF STAES. 



45 



TABLE (continued). 



Class. 


No. 


No. in 
Cata- 
logue. 


Error and Correction. 


III. 


is;. 

199 
256 
289 
2113 
319 
347 
353 
369 
422 
423 
511 
607 
627 
739 
751 
778 


G84 
628 
1641 
1911 
1974 
3888 
3844 
2440 
3618 
3664 1 
3668 / 
4042 
1645 
1820 
4149 
1897 
3206 


for {. 42" 42- read t. 41- 6- 
for 27 (t) Persei p. 8 27", n. 2' read 30 Persei p. 14" 44', n. 55' 
for s. 0" 48' read s. 0' 58' 
for s. 25' read s. 31' 
for 23 Leonis read 23 Looms minoris 
for n. 2 26' read s. 2 26' 
for s. 1 17' read s. 17' 
for {. S3 1 " 4 read (. 43 4 


for n. 44' read n. 36' 

for f. 3 m 5 read f. 3 m 11' 
for p. 12 33" read p. 12 23" 
for 43 Lvncis read 42 Lyncis 
for p. 32" 30" read p. 32'" 47' 
fur 39 Lyncis read 38 Lyncis 
for s. 1 4' read B. 1 15' (see note on this No. in Catal.) 


IV. 


29 
31 


2255 

4802 


far f. 3 36" read f. 3 46" 
for 0" 37' read s. 37' 


V. 


13 


43(58 


for n. 39' read s. 38' : : 


VI. 


8 


3967 


for 26 x Virginis f. 23 44", s. 6' read Mayer 577. z. f. l m 48-, n. 1 26' 


VII. 


6 


1509 


for 50 Geminorum read 51 Geminorum 


VIII. 


11 

28 
44 


1534 
1229 
1533 


for 50 Geminorum read 51 Geminorum 
for (1 \) Orionis read (1st x) Orionis 
for 5 (11) Can. min. read 4 (y) Can. min. 



The following nebulae are declared in MS. notes to be identical. 

H. 6=1. 1; 11.119=11.94; n. 148=11. 20; II. 176=11. 70; 11.243=11.241; II. 703=11. 621; 
m. 6 = I. 8 ; IH. 1 98 = II. 238 ; III. 835 = HI. 804. 

Errata and Corrigenda in M. Auwers s Catalogue. 



Page. 




For 


Bead 


Page. 




For 


Bead 


19 




II 844 


II 834 


37 


III 946 in Decl 


89 


80 


20 


HI. 291 in Decl. .. 


27 


26 


39 


III 347 in Decl 


24 


25 


24 


II. 30inR.A 


ll h 12 m 21" 


ll h 11 33" 


40 


II 751 in Decl. 


20 44' 


20 14' 


25 


IV. 59 under A* 


5 


31 


40 




I 282 


I. 182 


26 


HI. 385inR.A 


16 1 ' 


ll h 


42 


m 127 


III. 127 


III. 727 


26 


III. 388 in R A. 


10 h 


|}k 


42 


Do in R A 


14 


44 m 


26 


II. 342 in R.A. . 


10 11 


11" 


42 


Do in Decl 


43 


42 


28 


m. 814 in Decl 


53 


54 


72 


No 27 Decl 


58'-8 


48'-8 


32 




III 858 


III 850 


77 


List of Errata, II 34 1 


16 & 11 


16" & 11 


33 


HI. 778 in R.A. . . 


13 h 37 


12' 1 37 


77 


Ditto III 680 


26 m & 16 


26 & 16 



















M. Auwers has given a list of errata and corrigenda required in my two previous Catalogues. They are very 
numerous, but relate almost exclusively to errors of identification with my Father's classes and numbers. They 
had been, with hardly an exception, detected and rectified during the process of preparing and arranging the 
present Catalogue, which being therefore expurgated of them, it is unnecessary to annex a list of them here. 

One very important erratum, however, must be noticed, not having been set down by M. Auwers. In 
p. 494, explanation of plates, Phil. Trans. 1833, figs. 13... 18, for pmbM; vbM; vmbM read psbM; sbM; 
vsbM. 



46 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan.O. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
'Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


SirW. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 

25 
26 
27 
28 

29 

30 
31 
32 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 

52 

53 

54 

55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 


1). 


H. 


D' Arrest, 1 


h in s 
005 
1 13-8 
1 28-3 
1 34-2 
1 35-7 
1 
1 37-0 
1 52-1 
2 33-4 
2 47-2 
2 57-1 
3 14-6 
3 25-2 
3 31-8 
3 39-0 
3 41-7 
4 22-0 
5 7-5 
5 11-3 
5 31-4 

5 45-3 
5 59-4 
6 47-8 
6 59-2 

7 47-8 
7 53-1 
8 0-4 
8 8-9 

8 18-0 

9 14-6 
11 6-2 
11 
13 54-8 
14 5-3 

14 + 

14 18-5 
14 28-2 
14 30-0 
14 36-9 
15 9-8 
15 10-5 
15 55-7 
16 56-0 
17 38-2 

17 47-4 

18 39-6 
18 49 

19 18-9 
19 51-3 
20 17-3 
20 25-1 
21 41-4 
22 0-7 


+ 3-07 
3-065 
3-062 
3-073 
3-084 

3-076 
3-083 
3-081 
3-061 
3-053 
3-085 
3-033 
3-089 
3-020 
3-078 
3-023 
3-093 
3-0/6 
3-188 

3-095 
3-096 
3-052 
3-074 

3-089 
2-978 
3-028 
3-083 

3-088 

3-065 
3-112 

3-106 
3-107 

2-968 
2-967 
2-967 
2-966 
3-088 
3-124 
2-970 
3-004 
3-266 

2-721 

3-134 

3-117 

3-411 

2-989 
2-877 
2-685 
3-123 
+ 3-123 


[4] 
3 

2 
2 
2 

3 
1 

1 
1 
2 

0) 
1 

2 
2 

1 

2 
1 
3 

1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
3 

1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

4 

2 

[1] 

1 

2 
2 
1 

2 


63 4 
120 41 11-5 
124 38 54-5 
86 7 38-5 
57 20 43-5 
57 20 
74 57 52-5 
63 3 27-5 
64 49 57-5 
115 44 58-5 
147 48 14-5 
63 4 58-5 
147 46 24-5 
57 25 28-5 
147 46 21-5 
71 59 0-7 
147 43 45-5 
59 44 3-5 
84 21 57-5 
18 15 26-5 

59 51 46-5 
59 29 20-5 
113 57 14-8 
84 47 28-8 

72 14 19-8 
151 6 13-8 
129 59 33-8 
78 19 58-8 

73 26 48-8 

97 5 46-8 
60 42 9-1 
60 42 
68 24 45-7 
68 19 15-7 

68 19 + 

139 24 41-7 
139 25 137 
139 26 36-7 
139 24 21-7 
80 17 48-7 
61 1 29-7 
136 3 13-0 
123 19 22-3 
29 26 39-3 

162 51 33-3 

61 33 49-6 
68 58 20 

19 23 2-6 
124 27 21-9 
147 45 22-9 
162 18 23-9 
87 56 3-2 
87 57 38-5 


- 20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 


[4] 
3 

2 
2 
2 


F;S;R;bet*lland*14 ... 
eF; cL; mE; vgvlbM 



3 

2 
3 
3 

4 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2* 
1 
3 
2 

1 
4 
1 
4 

1 
1 

1 


2 
1 
3f 
1 

4* 

3 

2f 

1 
1 



2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 

4t 

3 



1 

2 
2 
1 
3 



4014 
4015 
1 
2 
2, a 
3 
4 








F; cL; vlE; glbM 


III. 868 
III. 866 




eF; plL; vglbM 




vF; vS; Sst+neb 


R. nova 




11.591 


20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 

20-05 
20-05 
20-04 
20-04 

20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 

20-04 

20-04 
20-03 


3 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 

1 
3 
1 
3 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
3 

1 


vF;pS; R;glbM . 




pB; S; R;bM 


III. 147 
III. 461 




3Sst + neh 


2308 
2309 
5 
23)0 
6 
2311 




vF; cL; mE; gbM 




vF; S; R 


IV. 15 




vF;vS;stell 




eF; pof2 


II. 853 




pB; pL; E0+ 




eeF; S; R; fof2 




Auw. N. 1 


F(Schmidt 1861, Oct. 10) ... 
eF; S; R 


2312 

7 




III. 861 
III. 456 
IV. 58 




vF;pS;R 




vF;pS;iF 


8 

9 
10 
2313 




vF; vS; R; vsrabM#10; *12 
241'4; 25 s . 
eF; *12,45",325 








eF;vS 






eF; L; vgvlbM; L#cont, f ... 
A nebula ( Markree Cat. 1 852, 
Oct. 22). 
vF;S;E 




Auw. N. 2 


11 
2314 
2315 
12 

"{ 

14 
15 
15,o 
16 
17 

> 17,o 

2316 
2317 
2318 
2319 
19 
18 
2320 
2321 
20 

2322 
21 


III. 183 




eF; S; R;bM 




A. 507 


vB; vL; vmiE; tri-N 




eL; eF;diff 


11.241 

II. 243 
III. 248 
V. 16 


1 


1 

1 
1 


F; S;R;sbM 


vF; S; iR; psvlbM 




eF; L; 3or4st + neb 


R. 6 novae 


Nos. 32. ..37 incl 




20-01 
20-01 

20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-00 
19-99 
19-99 

19-99 

19-98 
19-98 

19-98 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-96 
-19-96 


1 

1 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

4 

2 

[1] 

1 

2 
2 
1 

2 


F;S; R;psbM 






E; bi-N; 3Bst near 




R. 3? novae 


f Several F, S (3 novas at "1 
\ least presumed). J 

eF; S;R;gbM; Istof4 
eF; vS; R; 2ndof4 












vF; S; R;gbM; 3rd of 4 ... 
F; S; R;gbM; 4th of 4 ... 






II. 257 




F;pL; R; gbM 




F; vS; R;gbM 






vF;pS;R;bM;r 






pB;pL;lE; *14,f 






Cl; pS; pC; stll..,18 


III. 148 


A. 18- \ 
47 Toucan! J 


;!I;vB; vL; vmCM 


pF; pL; R; pslbM 


D'Arrest, 2 


vF ; S ; 3 st near, making 
quadr. 
Cl; pR;lC;*t9...12 


22 
2323 
2324 
2325 
23 
23,o 








vF;pL;lE;D*2',np 






pB; S; R; mbM 






P B;pS;lE;vgbM 


III.869 




vF; S;bM;D*vnr;pof2... 
Nodescr(MS) 


R. nova 





OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



47 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 

Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 

Right 

Asccnsioi 

fur ISSI). 


No. 
of 
Obs 
used 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
I'reiTssimi 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, 4c. 


Total 

No. of 
times 
of Obs. 

by h. 
i.id H. 


Sir J. Il.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulir 


S,r\V. H.-, 
:iml Xos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 

68 
69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

78 

76 

77 
78 

79 
80 
81 
83 
83 
84 

85 
B6 

87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 

93 

94 

95 
96 
97 

98 

99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
5058 
115 


h. 
23, 1 
25 
24 
23, c 
2326 
26 
2327 


ir. 



H. nova 


ll 111 8 

22 0-7 
22 4-7 
22 6-2 
22 8-7 
22 42-6 
23 0-2 
23 27-6 

23 48-3 
24 3-5 

24 38-0 

25 12-7 
25 30-6 
26 22-3 

26 57-8 

27 3-7 
27 14-0 
28 2-9 
28 32-5 
'28 43-0 
,'s 
29 20-1 
29 33 
29 41-2 
30 1-5 

30 2-4 
(1 30 20-6 
30 21-5 
30 46-6 
31 0-5 
31 11-4 
31 15 
31 40-6 

31 40-7 
31 49-4 
31 53-4 
o :;> 2-3 
32 4-5 
32 5-6 
32 
32 6-8 
o ::.' 14-4 
32 21-4 
32 22 
32 22-5 
32 4.5-4 
32 47-8 
33 3-2-4 
33 32 
33 48-8 ! 
33 49-9 
34 5-4 
34 25-7 
34 28-9 
34 30-2 
35 1-0 
35 2-1 


8 

+ 3-123 
3-077 
3-302 
3-123 

-'!I7'.I 
3-076 
2-976 

3-332 
3-096 

3-057 

3-367 
3-243 
2-971 
3-042 

2-513 
3-033 
2-818 
3-044 
3-147 

3-039 
3-15 
3-008 
3-076 

2-968 
3-004 
2-446 
3-098 
3-079 
3-278 
3-08 
5-151 

3-407 
3-081 
3-039 
3-072 
3-079 
3-080 

3-072 
3-081 
3-072 
3-08 
3-079 
3-243 
3-237 
3-020 

3-129 
2-763 
3-166 
2-757 
2-990 
3-033 

+ 2-344 


2 
1 

2 
3 

2 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

1 

[1] 
1 

2 

3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

[2] 
1 

1 

t . 

i : 

i 

5 

1 
1 

1 
1:: 

2 

[1] 
1 
1 
1 
3 

2 

2 
1 

2 
1 

1 

3 


87 54 8-5 
87 54 38-5 
30 33 4-5 
87 54 8-5 
124 2 2-5 
88 41 12-5 
124 1 45-8 

29 16 1-8 
80 34 1-8 

95 55 33-1 

27 29 19-4 
42 16 32-4 
122 33 57-7 

100 28 30-7 

163 53 11-0 
103 25 59-0 
146 33 23-3 
99 32 4-3 
66 48 49-3 
66 48 
100 51 4-6 
66 46 18 
109 44 5-6 
88 48 44-9 

120 14 30-9 
110 42 9-9 
163 56 28-9 
82 6 6-2 
88 1 7-2 
42 26 0-2 
87 36 6 
5 26 27-6 

29 42 31-5 
87 25 4-5 
99 46 25-5 
89 54 28-5 
87 57 7-5 
87 42 54-8 
87 42 
89 51 23-8 
87 27 4-8 
89 55 7-8 
87 37 24 
87 52 7-8 
49 4 49-8 
50 1 34-8 
104 38 20-1 
104 38 
74 17 8-4 
146 56 14-4 
65 16 6-4 
146 58 27-7 
111 48 59-7 
100 47 1-7 
89 50 6-6 
64 9 52-7 


-19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-94 

19-94 
19-94 

19-93 

19-92 
19-92 
19-91 

19-91 

19-90 
19-90 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 

19-88 
19-87 
19-88 
19-87 

19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-86 
19-86 
19-86 
19-85 
19-84 

19-85 
19-85 
19-85 
19-85 
19-85 
19-84 

19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-83 

19-82 
19-82 
19-82 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 

- 19-81 


2 
1 

2 
3 

2 

1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
2 
2 

1 

1 

[1] 
1 

2 

3 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
[2] 

1 

1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 

1 
1:: 

2 

: i ] 

1 
1 
3 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1 i 
1 

3 


No descr (MS) . 



3 

2 

2 
6 

2f 

1 

1 

2 

1 
1 
2 

4 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

1 


1 

3 

3 
1 

2 
1* 

1 
2 

1 

1 
1 
3 
6 
1 
2 

2 
5 
3 

1 
6t 
4ft 

4 



2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
3 

3 


II. 854 
VIII. 79 


pB; vS; IE, 0+- bM- f of 2 




Cl;vL;pR;IC;st9...13 .. 
No descr (MS) ... 


R. nova 




F; pL; pmE; vgbm; pof'2.. 
pF; cL* R- vglbm- r 


II. 855 






vB; L; vmE, 47 0< 5; psbM 
f of 2; #10 327-9 45". 
; vF; S; eC 


VI. 35 

11.4/1 








F- iF; IbM 


(27= 1 
\2328J 
28 
29 
2329 
f30=l 
\2330J 
2331 
31 
2332 




fF; pL; vlE; vgbM;l 
1 #8-9, 75+; 5'. 
Ul; pL; IC;s!ll...l2; D*.. 
vF; vL; ill; g, smbM*ll .. 
vB; S;1E 90;smbM#ll .. 

P F;pL; IE 90; vglbM 
vF- L- R- vglbM 














II. 478 






III. 467 




eF;vS;R 




vF; pS; R;glbM; 3stf 
F; L- mE- bet 2cBt 


II. 3 
III. 476 




32 
32,a 




vF; vS; stellar; #7, 15, 5'.. 
Makes Dneb with h. 32 
eeF;S 


11. nova 


III. 954 




D'Arrest, 3 


F;pL; R; *6, Sadist 
vF- pL- IE- 2pBst sf 




iii.22.r-:- 

III. 871 


33 

2333 
2334 
2335 




vF; S; R; vgbM; #11 
225+; 80'. 
eF- S- vlE- am list 




III. 223 




pB; pL- E- gbM- r 




eF; S; vlE; r; #8 near 
vF- pL - iR - #tio inv 


III. 876 
III. 870 
11.70- 




35 




vF- S- ill- vgbM 




jB; vL; iR; vgmbM; r 
F; S; H; IbM 


D' Arrest, 4 


34 

36 
37 
38 
39 


Cl; vL; R; 150...200st 10 .. 
18. 
Cl;pL; R; st 11. ..15 










vF; L; p of 2; st 15 close .. 
|)B; pL; iE 0+ ... 


H. 479 
III. 872 
11. 857 
II. 856 






F; pS; pmE- bM 1st of 3 




F;S;vgbM 


40 
40,a 
41 
42 
43 




pB; S- R; vgbM 


R. nova 


(? h. 37 or II. 857) 


III. 595 
11.860 
III. 873 


F; pS; R;psmbM; f of 2 ... 
pB;pS; R; vgbM; 2nd of 3 
vF;cL; E; vglbM;fof3 ... 
F- vS- #8, p 27"-7, 1< 






D'Arrest, 5 




11.858 
V. 18 
V. 36 
11.452 


pB; S; vgbM 


44 
45 
46 
46, a 


C.H. 


vB; vL; mE 165; vgvmbM 
vF; vL; mE 




B; pS; R; psbM; r; #90' + 
E 0+ 


R. nova 


III. 200 


F- S- bet 2Sst 


2236 
47 
2337 
49 
48 




vF- S- R- p of 2 


11.209 




oF- pS- gvlbM- r 




F- S- R- amst- f of 2 


III. 244 
II. 480 




;F; vS; IE 0...90 
F; S;lE90+;glbM 
See No. 5058. 
7 ; iR; vgbM; 1st of several 






2338 











48 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGS 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


116 

117 
118 

119 

120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 

138 

139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 

145 

146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 

162 

163 
164 
165 
166 
167 


h. 
50 

51 
2339 


H. 


M.31 
M. 32 


h m s 
35 3-9 

35 5-3 
35 5-4 

35 6 

35 19-2 
35 24-0 
35 33-8 
35 50-6 
36 5-2 
36 10-9 
36 53-3 
38 13-4 
38 18-6 
38 45-1 
39 3-7 
40 1-4 
40 4-2 
40 13-4 
40 17-9 
40 22-9 
40 32-9 
40 

40 37-6 

40 39-3 
40 40-7 
40 43-5 
40 44-3 
40 47-1 
40 55-7 

40 56-1 

41 23-8 
41 41-6 
42 3-8 
42 13-6 
42 49-8 
43 1-3 
43 20-8 
43 28-7 
43 34-3 
43 47-0 
43 56-8 
43 59-1 
44 10-2 
44 59-5 
45 0-3 
45 52-1 

45 52-1 

45 57-6 
46 16-9 
46 33-5 
47 14-8 
47 51-9 


8 

+ 3-252 

3-250 
2-338 

3-07 

3-457 
3-204 
3-064 
2-329 
3-196 
3-124 
2-803 
2-278 
2-275 
3-005 
3-063 
3-019 
2-979 
2-240 
2-255 
3-154 
3-195 

2-954 

3-195 
2-920 
3-020 
2-223 
3-105 
3-057 

3-058 

2-233 
2-872 
2-198 
3-226 
2-195 
3-046 
2-169 
3-030 
3-061 
3-038 
3-037 
3-037 
3-352 
3-059 
3-189 
3-241 

2-932 

2-903 
2-135 
2-115 
2-102 
+ 3-242 


1 

1 
1 

[3] 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 

(2) 
5 

3 

1 
3 
1 
4 
1 
1 

1 

3 

1 
4 
4 
1 

2 

(j) 

1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 

3 

1 
2 
1 
1 


O / // 

49 29 45-7 

49 54 12-7 
164 14 1-7 

89 55 

28 58 43-0 
58 10 55-0 
92 18 11-0 
164 7 16-6 
60 10 58-3 
76 27 54-3 
140 56 42-6 
164 11 39-2 
164 12 17-2 
106 20 58-5 
92 29 13-5 
102 38 24- 
111 30 57- 
164 8 36- 
163 51 1- 
71 9 48- 
63 8 35- 
63 8 

116 3 40-4 

63 8 14-4 
122 11 28-4 
102 14 39-4 
164 16 44-4 
82 27 14-4 
93 37 22-4 

93 32 40-4 

163 52 6-7 
129 20-7 
164 15 4-0 
58 29 23-0 
164 2 37-3 
95 57 59-3 
164 18 1-6 
99 25 39-6 
92 39 59-6 
97 39 17-9 
97 49 22-9 
97 49 2-9 
43 12 15-9 
92 59 10-5 
66 25 23-5 
58 16 59-8 

117 20 41-8 

121 57 53-1 
163 54 48-1 
164 6 33-1 
164 8 28-7 
59 11 21-0 


-19-81 

19-81 
19-81 

19-81 

19-80 
19-80 
19-80 
19-78 
19-79 
19-79 
19-78 
19-76 
19-76 
19-75 
1975 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 

19-72 

19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 

19-72 

19-71 
19-71 
19-70 
19-70 
19-69 
19-69 
19-68 
19-68 
19-68 
19-67 
19-67 
19-67 
19-67 
19-65 
19-65 
19-64 

19-64 

19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-61 
-19-60 


1 

1 

1 

[3] 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
4 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
5 

3 

1 
3 
1 
4 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 
4 
4 

1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 

3 
1 

2 
1 
1 


ni!eeB;eL; vmE; (An-~\ 
J drom. Gt. Neb.) Bifid > 
L (Bond) J 


13t 

8t 

1 

0* 

3 
1 
1 

1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 
3 
2* 
2 
3 
3 
6 


9*t 

l 
3 

2 
4 
1 

1 

3* 

3 
1 
4 
5 
1 
4 
1 
3 
3 
1 
3 
2 
4 
4 
3 
1 

3 

4 
1 

2* 
2 
1 




! vvB; L- R- psrabMN 




vF R 2nd of several 




fD' Arrest,! 

\ 6= t 

1 Auw.N.4j 

C.H. 


vF; pL; R (Bond, Jan. 1853) 
Cl; L; 1C; st 9. ..10 


52 
53 


VIII. 78 


eF;S;R;*13, 20" 180 ... 
F;pL;lbM... . 


11.444 




2340 
54 


A.2?? 


i train of st and neb 


III. 149 
11.245 


F; vS; R; IbM 




F; pS; ilE- bM 


2341 
2342 
2343 
55 




eF- pi- R- gvlbM 






vF; R 






vF; S- bi-N 


111.485 
II. 445 
V. 25 
V. 20 




vF; S;iR;r;*10, 5' s 
F* pS iF er 




56 

57 
2344 
2346 
58 
59 
59, a 

rei=i 

\2345J 
60 
2347 
62 
2348 




vF- L- 4st in diff n 




F; vL; vmE 172 




F- S- E or bi-N- vglbM 




A. 19? 21? 


F;pL;vlE;r 


III. 204? 
II. 609 


vF; S; R; IbM; 2vSstf; *inv 
pB; S; R;pmbM;r; * p ... 
One of R.'s novae; the other 
= h. 60. 
/!!; vvB; vvL; vmE 1 
I 54-5 gbM;4st. / 
pF- R- bM 




R. nova 
C.H. 


V. 1 






vB;pS;lE;smbM; #8, 5'nf 
F; pS; R; gbM 


II. 472 






F; S; R;gbM; #9, 40"nf ... 
pL- IE- gbM- r 


II. 863 




63 
64J 

2349 
2350 
2351 
65 
2352 
66 
2353 
68 
67 




vF- A 2st & neb 


11.703 
II. 621 


\ 


F;S; E 135+; IbM 


J 

A. 3, 4,21? 


F- pL- R- gbM*13 




F; S; R; vsvmbM*13 .... 






F- pS- R 


III. 153 




pB; pS; IE; psbM; r; *8sf'4', 
Cl- F- pL; stvS 




III. 463 




vF; pS: ilE; r 




vF; S; R 


I II. 955 
11.446 
III. 430 
III. 429 




pF; vS; iR; pgbM 




pF; S; IE; psbM; *8 f5 s -5... 
vF; vS 




69 
70 
71 
73 
72 
75 
(74=0 
\2354J 
2355 
2357 
2356 
2358 




pB; pS; smbM; sp of Dneb . 
vF; S; R; nf of Dneb 




I. 159 
III. 439 

III. 477 




cB; pL; R; SstlOnr 




vF; S; iR; bM; stellar 




eF; S; R- *15, f30" 




eF; S; R 


VI. 20 




; B;L;lE;stl2...l6 

vB;L;pmE;glbM; *llnp 
eF 












Cl; F;eeL; R;stl2...18 ... 
vF- pL; R; vglbM; r 


11.214 


A. 5, 6? 


F; E; aB*f, vnr 







OF NKiirL.K AXI) CU'STKRS OF STARS. 



49 



No. 




Reference 


8 tO 


Right 


Annual 
Precession 


So 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 
of 


11:07 Description from a 


Total 


Cata- 
logue. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 

uf Nelmhe. 


Sir W. H.'B 

Classes 
and Xos. 


Other 
Authorities 


for 

ism. .I;,,,, o. 


Rigfal 

Ascension 
for 1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


tat 

I Silo. Jan.0. 


,YIM>. 

for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


.fObi. 

by h. 
and H. 


168 


h. 
2360 


H. 




i m B 
48 23-0 


1 
+ 2-151 


4 


162 57' 22-3 


19-59 


4 


pB; vS; R;gvlbM;r 


4 


169 


2359 






48 24-5 


1-8 1 1 


3 


1 .'s -,'7 8-3 


19-59 


4 


pB; vL; vraiE; vgpmli.M ... 


5t 


170 


76 






48 59'6 


3-131 


1 


78 40 51-6 


19-. r i8 


1 


Cl; S;scst 


1 


171 


2361 






49 15-8 


J -I.'!,' 


1 


163 0-9 


19-57 


1 


F; vS 


1 


172 


77 






49 25-0 


3-060 


1 


92 31 27-9 


19-57 


1 


pF; S;E 


1 




78 







49 55-7 


3-240 


2 


60 28 21-2 


19-56 


9, 


|)F; vS; R;gbM 


2 


174 


2363 






50 3-5 


8-67/S 


a 


143 32 6-2 


19-56 


2 


F; S; R; #12 f 90 


2 


175 


2362 






50 10-7 


2-883 


2 


122 43 13-2 


19-56 


9, 


eF; vS; H ; pB* 12' 


2 


176 


79 


11.210 




50 11-5 


3-241 


8 


60 24 25-2 


19-56 


3 


pB;pL;R;gb.M;*9, 3' 135 


4 


177 


> 79, ", /' 




R. 2 novae 


50 22-3 


3-241 




60 21 31-2 


19-56 




JF; S; R (or Lord R.).\ 


0* 


5059 
178 


4007 






50 29-3 


2-780 


1 


134 35 56-5 


1 9-55 


1 


eF; vS; R; IbM 


1* 




4008 






50 36-2 


2-780 


1 


134 30 1-5 


19-55 


1 


vF; vS; R;lbM;3stp 


1* 


180 


2365 






50 36-7 


2-668 


2 


143 43 58-5 


19-55 


I 


|)F; S; R; bM;p of 2 


2 


181 


2364 






50 40-4 


2-810 


1 


131 12 36-5 


19-55 


1 


(?)F; S; stellar 


1 


182 


2366 






50 51-5 


2-667 


1 


143 39 58-8 


19-54 


1 


vF; IE; vgb.M; f of 2 


1 


183 


2367 




A. 23 


51 27-2 


2-078 


5 


163 13 35-1 


19-53 


5 


; vB; S; IE; st 13. ..15 ... 


5 


184 


2368 






52 10-5 


2-850 


2 


125 53 21-4 


19-52 


2 


vF;S; R;glbM;'2stlls 


2 


185 


80 


II. 433 




52 46-1 


3-027 




98 19 51-0 


19-50 




pF;L;EO+; glbM; #10, 


2 


186 


0369 






53 133 


1-902 


1 


165 12 27-0 


19-50 


1 


f 20'-5. 
F;L; R; vgbM 


1 


IWT 


2370 




A. 25 


54 19-9 


2-043 


5 


162 56 9-3 


19-49 


5 


B;L; viF; inbMD*; r 


5t 


18-> 


2371 






54 45-4 


2-632 


2 


143 59 49-6 


19-48 


2 


eF; S; R 


2 


189 


81 


III 191 




55 5'2 


3-044 


2 


94 59 49-5 


19-45 


9. 


pF;S; iE; *8('97 S 


4 


190 


82 


II. 434 




56 16-4 


3-032 


1 


97 5 49-1 


19-43 


a 


F; S; iR; sb.M ; *14 nl 20"... 


4 


191 


2372 






, r >7 26-8 


2-308 


1 


156 21 30-0 


19-40 


i 


eF; vmE145-4; vlhM 


1 


192 


2374 




A 55 ''' 


57 28-7 


2-022 


2 


162 22 33-0 


19-40 


2 


vvF; pL; vIE; vgbM 


2 


193 


2375 




A. 62 


57 28-8 


2-069 


3 


16 1 35 59-0 


19-40 


a 


; vB; vL; vC; vmbM; st 


4 


194 


2373 






57 44-3 


2-328 


2 


125 53 46-0 


19-40 


9, 


13.. .14. 
F;S; 11; glbM 


2 


105 


83 






57 45-8 


3700 


1 


28 34 5-0 


19-40 


1 


C1;S 


1 


196 


4012 






57 57-6 


2-745 


1 


134 1 50-3 


19-39 


I 


eF; vS; *7'8sp3' 


1* 


197 






D'Arrest, 7 


58 53 


3-28 


m 


58 20 18 


19-37 


[]] 


vF; *13,sl5"; mdiff 





198 


2376 




A. 31 ?? 


58 56-4 


1-969 


5 


162 48 27-9 


19-37 


5 


CI;F;L; R; pC; st 14.. .16. 


5 


199 






D'Arrest 8 


59 21 


3-29 


r 1 1 


57 57 18 


19-36 




F; S; bet 2 st 15 





200 


2378 




A 36?' 


59 27-3 


1-904 


. * j 
2 


163 34 23-2 


19-36 


2 


;B; S;R 


2 


201 


2377 






59 31-7 


2-864 


1 


120 55 53-2 


19-36 


1 


vF; S; R;gbM 


1 


202 


84 


II. 215 




59 32-3 


3-289 


3 


58 14 9-2 


19-36 


a 


pF;S;R; bM; lstof'3 


4* 


203 


85 


If. 216 




59 34-3 


3-289 


3 


58 16 41-2 


19-36 


a 


pF; S; R;sbM; 2nd of 3 ... 


4* 


04 




VIII 64 


C H 


59 37'4 


3-703 


] 


29 9 36-2 


19-36 


i 


C); pC.. 


1 


05 


86, a 




R. nova 


59 39-6 


3-289 




58 20 48-2 


19-36 




y in Lord R.'s diagram 





206 


86 


11.217 




59 40-5 


3-289 


3 


58 20 16-2 


19-36 


a 


pF; pL; R;gb\I;3rdol'3... 


4* 


207 






D' Arrest, 9 


59 42 


3-29 


m 


58 26 


19-36 


[3] 


pol Dneb; vF; pS; 
























fA.R.A.=0 1 


0* 


208 






D'Arrest, 10 


59 42 


3-29 


rsi 


58 25 18 


19-36 


[3] 


\A.P.D.=93" J 
vF; R; pS: f of Dneb 


0* 


209 


86, b 






59 46-3 


3-288 




58 23 20-2 


1 9-35 




S in Lord R.'s diagram 





210 


Stj, r 






2-3 


3-288 




58 27 16-2 


19-34 




9 in Lord R.'s diagram 


0* 


211 






Auw. N. 9 


15-1 


3-071 




89 48 55-8 


19-34 




F nebula (Bond, Jan. 1853) . 


0" 


212 


87 


11.218 




o 39-6 


3-299 


i 


57 37 10-1 


19-33 


1 


F; vS; R; mbM; bet 2 st ... 


2 


213 


87,a 




R. nova 









59 37 






makes a D neb with h. 87 ... 





214 


88 


1.54 




43-4 


3-361 


2 


51 5 25-1 


19-33 


9. 


F; vS; vlE;gbM;4Sstnr ... 


4* 


215 






D'Arrest, 11 


45 


3-30 


rn 


57 36 18 


19-33 


[1] 


F; S; pos from h. 87 = 40; 





216 


2379 






1 45-8 


1-940 


i 


162 44 38-1 


19-33 


1 


dist47". 
vF; pL; R; glbM 


1 


217 






D'Arrest, 12 


1 1 29 


3-30 


m 


57 59 48 


19-31 


[1] 


vF; S; R; *10f 1 8 '8, S 80" ... 





218 


89 


II. 224 




1 1 39-0 


3-326 


2 


55 2 13-7 


19-31 


9, 


pB;cL;R;gbM;/3y4w/ro/.nr 


3 


219 


2380 






1 2 5-5 


2 679 


1 


137 25 34-0 


19-30 


1 




1 


220 


2381 






1 2 39-6 


2-041 


1 


160 37 28-3 


19-29 


1 


F; vL; R; vglbM 


1 


221 




II. 219 




1 2 44-2 


3-306 


CO 


57 34 0-3 


19-29 


CO 


eS- F- p of D neb 


1 


222 




II. 220 




1 2 44-2 


+ 3-306 


v 1 / 
(] ) 


57 34 0-3 


19-29 


0) 


pL ; f of D neb 


1 




. 










\'/ 













MDCCCLXIV. 



50 



SIB J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue., 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
time* 
f Obs. 
byh. 
ndH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


SirW. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 

256 

257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 


h. 
2382 
2384 
2383 
2386 
2385 
2387 
90 


H. 




h ni 8 
1 3 9-2 
1 3 27-6 
1 3 37-2 
1 3 39-2 
1 3 57-5 
1 4 42 
1 4 25-7 
1 4 26-1 
1 4 28-3 
1 4 41-6 
4 57-6 
5 41-2 
5 
5 43-8 
5 46-4 
5 49-2 
5 51-7 
1 6 16-1 
1 6 16-3 
1 6 27-6 
1 6 36-9 
1 6 53-4 
1 7 7-0 
1 7 12-4 
1 7 13-1 
1 7 16-6 
1 7 21 
1 7 51 
1 8 
1 8 29-3 
1 8 35-1 
1 8 48-8 
1 9 50-6 

1 10 24-8 
1 10 40-8 
1 10 41-4 
1 10 48-6 
1 10 54-4 
1 11 42-3 
1 11 43-3 
1 11 56-6 
1 12 1-0 
1 12 2-9 
1 12 41 
1 12 41-2 
1 13 19-9 
1 13 21-4 
1 13 47-2 
1 14 3-5 
1 14 6-0 
1 14 7-3 
1 14 29 
1 14 29 
1 14 31-2 
1 14 46-4 
1 14 51-3 
1 14 53-5 
1 14 57-1 
1 14 59-5 
1 15 4-4 


8 

+ 2-800 
1-908 
2-801 
1-861 
2-849 
1-814 
3-303 
3-303 
1-890 
2-855 
2-768 
3-066 

2-826 
3-065 
3-074 
3-066 
3-324 
2-340 
3-732 
2-430 
3-703 
2-761 
2-823 
2-423 
2-823 
3-32 
3-32 

3-306 
2-480 
3-061 
1-668 

3-722 
1-799 
3-198 
1-650 
2-794 
1-629 
2-365 
3-091 
3-091 
3-335 
3-33 
3-192 
3-428 
3092 
3-119 
2-691 
3-350 
2-353 
3-14 
3-107 
3-107 
3-107 
3-351 
2-772 
3-107 
3-075 
+ 3-352 


1 

1 


4 
3 
1 
1 
It: 
l 
2 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

i 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

[1] 

[2] 

1 

1 
3 

1 

2 
1 
4 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

;[2] 
1 
1 

3: 
i 1:: 

1 
1 

2 
[1] 

2 

2 
2 

, 1 
1 


126 31 25-9 
162 30 42-9 
126 14 35-2 
163 6 23-2 
120 57 48-5 
163 37 59-5 
58 37 12-8 
58 36 22-8 
162-30 54-8 
119 58 44-8 
128 49 39-1 
91 3 7-7 
91 3 
Iii2 49 44-7 
91 4 22-7 
89 45 44-0 
90 59 22-7 
57 1 50-0 
152 20 39-0 
30 36 52-3 
148 59 52-3 
31 56 6-6 
128 38 59'9 
122 29 25-9 
149 1 44-9 
122 32 55-9 
57 31 18 
57 40 42 
59 43 
59 42 41-8 
146 8 37-8 
91 35 19-1 
164 2 15-0 

32 24 35-3 
162 17 13-6 
73 4 51-6 
164 2 41-6 
124 6 11-6 
164 4 36-5 
149 38 46-5 
87 25 16-5 
87 30 53-5 
58 1 55-5 
58 2 
74 14 55-1 
50 14 18-7 
87 22 9-7 
83 43 2 
131 42 52-3 
57 17 30-3 
149 15 33-3 
81 31 48 
85 24 26-6 
85 28 25-6 
85 21 47-6 
57 15 28-9 
124 48 15-9 
85 18 37-6 
89 47 7-2 
57 33 18-2 


- 19-27 
19-27 
19-26 
19-26 
19-25 
19-25 
19-24 
19-24 
19-24 
19-24 
19-23 
19-21 

19-21 
19-21 
19-20 
19-21 
19-20 
19-20 
19-19 
19-19 
19-18 
19-17 
19-17 
19-17 
19-17 
19-16 
19-15 

19-14 
19--14 
19-13 
19-10 

19-09 
19-08 
19-08 
19-08 
19-08 
19-05 
19-05 
19-05 
19-05 
19-05 
19-03 
19-03 
19-01 
19-01 
19-00 
18-99 
18-99 
18-99 
18-97 
18-98 
18-98 
18-98 
18-97 
18-97 
18-97 
18-96 
18-96 


1 
1 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

J 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

[1] 
[2] 

1 

1 

1 
4 

1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
[2] 
1 
i 1 
3: 
1 
1 
1:: 
i 2 
[1] 

8 

2 
2 

1 

1 


2F;S;R;vS*nr 


1 

2 
2 
4 
3 
4 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 




1 
1 

1 

3 

3 

2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 

1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
3 
2 


3 


O 

2 

2 
1 






-F;pL; R;gvlbM 






vF; S;R;glbM 






F; pS; R; gbM ... 






F;pL; R; vglbM; p of 2 ... 




A. 36 ? 


III. 15 
III. 15 4 


F; pS; R;bM... 




eF; vS 
vF 


[162] 
2388 
2389 
91 
91, a 
2390 
92 








eF; S; E;glbM; f of 2 






vF; S; R; glbM 


III. 592 




vF; vS; R 


R. nova 


Forms a A with h. 91 & 92... 
2vSst+Fneb 




III. 593 
11.622 
11.447 




eF;eS 




F; L; R; bM; er 


93 
95 
2391 
94 
2392 




F; vS; R; vsbM* 




F; S; vsbM 






F; S; R;gbM; *12f 






Cl; S; 1C 






B; S; R; psbM 


VII. 45 




Cl;S;iF;pC 


2393 
2394 
2396 
2395 




pF; S; R; glbM 






pB; S; R;gbM 






F; vS; R 






pF; S; R;gbM 




D' Arrest, 13 
D' Arrest, 14 
II. nova 


F; S; R; *15p, 8 s -3, 270... 
F; pL; bM; *11 nr 






96, a 
96 

2397 




vF; mE 135+ ; IbiM; nph.96 
vF; E; *9"p; S*nf, vnr . . 








vF; S; R;bM 


III. 440 




vF; vL 


2399 

97 
2401 


A. 7, 10 ? 


pF; pL; iR; r; 1st of sev, 
neb and st. 
Cl; B; L;pR;st 7, 8, 10 ... 
pF;L;R;vgbM 


VII. 42 


A. 60? 


III. 205 


eF 


2402 
2400 
2404 
2403 
99 


A. 8, 10 ? 


F; pL; iR; gbM; r; 2ndofsev. 
pB; R;glbM;? 1 in P.D.... 
pB ; pL; iF; 3rd of'sev 






A. 9? 




vF;R;gbM;30 


III. 250 
1.108 




pB; pL; R;gmbM; p of 2... 
cB; vL; iR; pB*f 




98 




vF; eS; stellar 




D'Arrest, 15 


eF; vS; *9pl4 a ; v diffic 
eF; S 




III.206 
III. 577 
III. 251 


100 




vF;pS; vIE; vglbM 




pB; S; smbM; f of 2 


101 
2405 
102 
2406 




cF;pL; R; red* 7-8, 225... 
eF; IE 






III. 156 




vF; eS; 1st of 3 




vB; S;lE;psmbM 




D'Arrest, 16 
R. nova 


pB; S; E... 


103,6 
103 
103, 1 

2407 
103, i 
105 
104 




Y in Lord R.'s diagram 


III. 252 


pB; L; R;svmbM;*7fl m ... 
/J in Lord R.'s diagram 


It. nova 


III1 57 


vF; S; 2nd of 3 




B; S; vIE; bM; vS*nr 
S in Lord R.'s diagram 
vF;L;mE60+;lbM 
vF;E; |s 


1II.'594 


R. nova 











OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



51 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 

Ascension 
for 
isc,o. .Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 

Hifjht 
Ascension 

for 1SSO. 


Wo, 

of 
Oba 

used. 


North Polar 

IHslalHV 

ftn 

18(50, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
1'nvcssion 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 

issn. 


No. 
of 

( )l,s. 
used. 


Summary 1 >r-rri]it ion from a 
Companion <>( all ilic 
Observations, Ik-marks, ,\r. 


Total 
No. of 

! imr~ 
of Obs. 
l.y h. 
mil II. 


Sir J. If.'* 
Catelognee 


sii-W.H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 




h. 
104, a 
106, a 
106 
103, d 


H. 


R. 5 novae 
1!. nova 


h in s 
1 15 
15 
15 19-6 
15 23-2 
15 35 

15 36-6 
15 38 
15 48-0 
15 49-0 
16 7-8 
1 16 34-4 
1 16 35-8 
1 16 45-3 
1 16 48 
1 16 48-8 
1 16 
1 17 19-4 
1 17 19-8 
1 17 22 
1 17 25 
1 17 26-8 
1 17 31 
1 17 35-1 
1 17 37-5 
1 17 44-5 
1 17 
1 17 51-6 
1 17 51-6 
1 18 19-5 
1 18 22-9 
1 18 24-6 
1 18 
1 18 26-6 
1 18 51-2 
1 18 52-4 
1 18 55-2 
1 18 55-2 
1 19 6-8 
1 19 27-2 
1 19 33-1 
1 19 42-9 
1 19 56-5 
1 19 56-5 
1 20 10-3 
1 20 21 
1 20 34-8 
1 20 39-9 
1 21 10-0 
1 21 37-4 
1 22 20-5 
1 22 43-5 
1 23 15-2 
23 43-9 
23 47-8 
23 59-8 
24 18-7 
24 
24 22-2 
24 33-4 
1 24 35-7 


I 
+ 

3-354 
3-107 
3-35 

3-352 
3-13 
3-354 
3-354 
3-362 
3-362 
3-169 
3-360 
3-14 
3-360 

3-097 
3-0/8 
3-14 
3-37 
3-142 
3-14 
2-750 
2-748 
3-377 

3-140 
3-140 
3-081 
2-70g 
3-379 
...:.. 
3-373 
2-707 
2-707 
3-056 
3-056 
2-707 
3-383 
3-083 
3-415 
3-371 
3-371 
3-969 
3-38 
3-051 
3-052 
3-362 
2-726 
2-675 
2-723 
2-453 
2-864 
3-390 
3-916 
3-008 

3-008 
3-059 
+ 3-008 


2 

[3] 

1: 

[2] 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
[2] 
1 

1 

2 

[2] 

[1] 
1 
[2] 
3 
3 
1 

1 

0)? 

2 

2 

1 

1 
2 
2 
I 
} 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

[1] 

1 

2 
3 

0) 
1 

1 


/ // 

.'.- 33 
57 16 
57 16 46-5 
85 20 17-6 
57 31 18 

57 36 31-8 
81 41 6 
57 28 37-8 
57 26 52-8 
56 49 53-1 
56 56 28-4 
77 49 10-7 
57 16 37-7 
81 10 6 
57 18 37-7 
57 18 
86 55 16-3 
89 21-3 
80 44 24 
56 42 18 
81 11 50-3 
81 1 12 
125 48 8-3 
125 51 0-3 
56 1 31-3 
56 1 
81 28 43-6 
81 29 30-6 
88 58 4-9 
128 52 11-9 
56 2 19 
56 2 
56 39 5-2 
128 48 57-5 
128 47 17-5 
92 3 54-5 
92 3 54-5 
128 44 40-8 
56 4 7-1 
88 42 53-1 
53 32 28-1 
57 16 7-4 
57 16 7'4 
27 25 54-7 
56 25 18 
92 40 8-0 
92 37 8-0 
58 23 57-6 
126 27 1-2 
130 2 23-8 
126 19 27-1 
142 18 52-7 
113 23 44-0 
57 6 32-0 
30 2 9-3 
97 35 25-6 
97 35 
97 36 39-6 
91 38 46-6 
97 36 47-9 


-18-95 
18-95 
18-95 
18-95 
18-94 

18-94 
18-94 
18-94 
18-94 
18-93 
18-92 
18-91 
18-91 
18-91 
18-91 

18-89 
18-89 
18-89 
18-89 
18-89 
18-88 
18-89 
18-89 
18-89 

18-88 
18-88 
18-87 
18-87 
18-87 

18-86 
18-85 
18-85 
18-85 
18-85 
18-84 
18-83 
18-83 
18-83 
18-82 
18-82 
18-81 
18-80 
18-80 
18-80 
18-78 
18-76 
18-74 
18-73 
18-71 
18-70 
18-70 
18-69 
18-68 

18-68 
18-68 
18-67 


2 

[3] 

I:: 

[2] 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
[2] 
1 

1 

2 
[2] 

[1] 
1 

[2] 
3 
3 
1 

i 
i 

2 
2 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
[1] 

1 

2 

1 
2 
3 

(i) 

i 

i 


No descr Nos. 283.. .287 incl 
No description 




4 



1 

3 

2 
1 
2 
3t 
2 

2 

3t 
5 


2 

3 
3 
1* 

1 
2 

a 

2 
1* 

1* 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1* 
5 
2 
1 
1 
2* 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
5 
4 

1 
1 
1 


288 
289 
290 
291 

292 
293 

294 
295 
296 
~>97 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
314 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 




III. 158 


pi?- pL- R- 3rd of 3 


]{. nova 
D'Arrest, 17 


c in Lord R.'s diagram 




vF; S; obs. with H.I 57, 158, 
159, 160. 


107 






D' Arrest, 18 


cB- S- R- bMN 


108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 


III. 159 
III. 160 


vF- pL- R- bM- p of 2 




vF- S- f of' 2 




vF- vS 


III. 169 
II. 252 
III. 167 




F- S- stellar 




F- L- IE- vglbM- Jf 




Stellar- p of 2 


D'Arrest, 19 


eF; S; v diffic; I 151 f41 ... 
pB- R- stellar- f of2 


114 
114, a 
116 
115 


III. 168 


K. nova 


S; R; bM . .... 


III. 253 
11.461 


F- cL- E 135+ 




F- pL- R- gblVf 


D'Arrest, 20 
D'Arrest, 21 


eF- pL- IF- ?Cl-f-ncb 






Dneb- vF- 90 pos 


117 


I. 151 


vB- pL- mbM- 4S st nr 


D'Arrest, 22 


vF- vS- # 11-12 p 5* 


2408 
2409 
118 
118,o 




F- S- IE- p of 2 






F- S- IE- bM- f of 






pB- vS- bM- p of 2 




R. nova 


One of 4 neb nr h. 120 


III. 556 


vF- pL- mE 15+ 


119 
121 
2410 
120 
120,o 




Not vF- L- R- b \I 


II. 462 




pB- pL- R- grabM 




eeF; S; R; vgbM; 1st of 4... 
pB- pL- gbM- f of 2 








R. nova 


One of 4, see h. 118, 120 ... 
Stellar 


III. 170 


2411 
2412 




eeF; S; R; vgbM; 2ndof4... 
eeF; S; R; vgbM; 3rd of 4... 






11.448 
II. 449 








Stellar- f of D neb 


2413 




eeF; S; R; vgbM; 4th of 4... 
Stellar 


III. 171 
II. 463 
III. 560 
III. 172 
III. 173 
VII. 48 




122 
123 




F- S- E90- bM- r 




vF; S; E; vglbM; #13 nr ... 
vS stellar p of 2 








vS- stellar- f of 2 


124 






D'Arrest, 23 


eF pL R 




III. 441 
III. 442 


vF- vS- iE- pof2 






vF- vS- iF- fof2 


125 
2414 
2415 
2416 
2417 
2418 
127 
126 
128 
128, a 

"l29 
130 




vF- S- R 






vF- S- R 






eF- S- att to S#- B#nr 






vS- *pos 25inv 






F- S- R- b\I- am t 11 












vF- pL- gbM 


i.'iob 

III.431 


S.131=M.103 


Cl; B; R; Ri; ]>L; stl0...11 
vB; pL; R; mbM; p of 2 ... 
No description 


R. nova 


eF- S- f of 2 




vF- S- R- bM 






vF- vS- R 









H2 



52 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
ISlHi, Jan.O. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. II.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula; 


SirW. H.'e 
Clanei 

and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 

353 
354 
355 
356 
357 

358 

359 
360 

361 

362 
363 

364 
365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 
387 

388 
389 
390 
391 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 


h. 


H. 


D'Arrest, 24 
D' Arrest, 25 
D'Arrest, 26 


h m a 
24 40 
25 
25 28 
25 53-4 
25 54-1 
25 56-3 

26 1-4 
26 15-0 
26 17-0 
26 24-6 
1 26 33-5 

1 27 18-1 

1 27 23-6 

1 27 44-5 

1 27 47-4 

1 27 53-1 
1 28 18-0 

1 28 19-5 
1 28 37-9 
1 28 48-9 
1 28 50-4 
1 28 55-4 
1 28 57-2 
1 29 2-6 
1 29 9-2 
1 29 11-1 
29 14-4 
29 27-8 
29 59-6 
30 9-9 
32 7'6 
32 8-2 
32 32-0 
32 38-7 
32 39-3 
32 40-7 
32 50-9 
32 55-1 
33 28-5 
1 33 37-5 
1 34 28-0 

1 34 41-6 
1 34 45-0 
1 35 35-6 
1 36 23-8 
1 36 29-2 
1 36 30-8 
1 37 15-0 
1 39 33-1 
1 40 0-8 
1 40 35-6 
1 41 29 
1 41 34-5 
1 41 37'9 
1 41 51-1 


+ 3-41 
3-35 
3-35 
2-737 
3-006 
3-358 

2-960 
3-003 
3-361 
1-327 
3-355 

3-002 

3-399 
2-690 

2-780 

3-401 
3-001 

3-399 
2-687 
3-072 
2-686 
2-976 
2-612 
2-647 
3-405 
3-211 
4-681 
2-642 
3-119 
2-669 
2-997 
4-132 
2-759 
2-575 
2-759 
0-929 
2-573 
1-907 
3-334 
3-734 
4-062 

3-856 
4-018 
3-199 
3-366 
4-055 
3-107 
3-165 
3-365 
3-360 
3-183 
3-30 
3-299 
3-126 
+ 3-482 


[1] 
[2] 
[2] 
2 

2 

1 
1 

3 

1 
1 : 

1 
1 

9 

2 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
o 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

[1] 
2 
2 
1 


55 26 18 
60 5 
60 5 
124 13 32-1 
97 44 13-1 
60 3 50-1 

102 53 18-1 
98 2 38-4 
59 57 47-4 
164 16 37-4 
60 31 53-9 

98 5 42-6 

57 4 11-6 
127 13 26-9 

120 7 37-9 

57 2 16-9 
98 2 43-5 

57 19 26-5 
127 12 19-8 
90 2 25-1 
127 12 40-1 
100 43 34-1 
132 9 23-1 
129 51 50-1 
57 7 44-4 
74 55 46-4 
17 49 45-0 
130 3 42-7 
84 50 14-0 
128 2 13-0 
98 13 12-4 
26 40 32-4 
120 38 10-7 
133 14 25-0 
120 37 15-0 
166 16 4-0 
133 18 22-0 
155 36 37-3 
39 8 52-4 
39 7 27-4 
28 49 19-8 

34 49 52-1 
30 37-1 
77 4 36-0 
62 24-9 
29 27 40-9 
86 28 36-9 
80 17 10-8 
62 48 58-2 
63 16 25-8 
79 10 46-7 
68 21 3 
68 42 50-6 
84 47 12-6 
54 53 51-9 


-18-66 
18-65 
18-64 
18-63 
18-63 
18-63 

18-63 
18-62 
18-62 
18-62 
18-61 

18-58 

18-58 
18-57 

18-57 

18-57 
18-55 

18-55 
18-54 
18-53 
18-53 
18-53 
18-53 
18-53 
18-52 
18-52 
18-50 
18-51 
18-50 
18-50 
18-42 
18-42 
18-41 
18-40 
18-40 
18-40 
18-40 
18-39 
18-37 
18-37 
18-34 

18-33 
18-33 
18-30 
18-27 
18-27 
18-27 
18-24 
18-16 
18-14 
18-11 
18-08 
18-08 
18-08 
-18-07 


[1] 
[2] 
[2] 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 

3 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1:: 
2 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
2 
2 
3 
2 

[1] 
2 
2 
1 


vvF; S;?rr 





2 

7 
14f 

1 
1 
5 
2 


},. 

1 

5 

2 
4 

1 

1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
lit 

1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
4 

1 
1 

1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
2 

2 
3t 
1 






F; M. 33, f65"; another f28 s .. 
F; pL, fof2 






2419 
132 
131 




F;S; R;bM 


II. 4 
V. 17 

11.473 
III. 432 
III. 150 




pB; R; bM; r; #6, f47 s -5 ... 
!; eB; eL; R; vRi; vgbMN; 


M. 33 


rr. 
F; S; iF;er 






eeF 


133 

2421 




vS; R; vvlbM 


A. 17? 
R. nova 
D'Arr. = 1 
Auw.N.15 J 


B; S; R; psbM*;r 




S, a neb or Cl with Sstinv... 
f Nebulous #11,111 (D'Arr. 
1 Resultate). 
vF; psbM; stellar 




r 


134 
2423 

rjjr, 

L2422J 
135 
137 

136 

2424 
138 
2425 
140 
2426 
2427 
141 
142 


1 






F; vS; R; #12,p 


1.281 

III. 174 

II. 282 




fvB; vL; vmE, 118-3;1 
\ sbM; #34-5, 6 s -5. / 

pF; psbM; stellar 






pB; pL; ilE; gmbM; r; #8, 
nplO'. 
pB; pL; bM; *f, 251 8 








eeeF; vS; R; pof2 


III. 454 




eF; pL; not bM 




F;S;R;fof2 


III.471 




eF;S;amvSst 


A. 479 


B; pL; inE; gpmbM 


pF; S; R; bM 






vF; R;fof2 




M. 74 
Auw. N. 16 


; F; vL; R; vg, psmbM; rr 
iF; 3*t + neb(Struve, 2.2)... 
pF;S; R;bM 




2428 
143 
2429 
144 








pB;S; R;psbM 






pB;S; R;gbM; *np 


11.283 
VII. 49 




pB; vS; R; mbM; r 




Cl;pS;L&vSst 


2430 
2432 
2431 
2435 
243.3 
2434 




vF; vS; pof2 






F; S; R; gpmbM; pof2 ... 
vF;pS; R; gbM; *f, nr 










vF;pS;R; valbM 






F;S; v!E;glbM;fof2 






vF;iR;vglbM 




M. 76 


vB;pofDneb 




1.193 
VII. 46 


vB; fofDneb 


145 
146 




Cl; IF; Ri; one* 6-7; stll 
...14. 
Cl; pRi; st!2,m 




VIII. 65 
II. 253 
11.610 
VI. 31 


C.H. 


Cl; S;lRi;stL 




pB;pL;E;bM;r 


147 




F; S;R;bM;r 




Cl; B; L; eR;stpL 


148 




vF;S;R 


11.588 
11.611 
I. 157 
II. 589 




F;S;lE;bM;r 


149 
150 




F; S;1EO+ 




F; E0...90;bet2st 




F;pL; E;lbM; *nf, 2' 
pB; vmE; *14,f8 s 


D'Arrest, 27 


151 


II. 228 
IV. 42 
III. 175 


pB; S;iR; mbM; 1st of 2... 
vF; vmE, !65 + ;sbM*9 ... 






F; stellar 







OF NEBUI..I: AND CLUSTERS or STARS. 



53 



No. 




Reference 


8 tO 


Kisjht 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


tMiiuinary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


of 
Cata- 
logue. 


SirJ.H.'s 

OatalllUIIl'S 

nf Nrl'lll.i 


Sir \V. II.'s 

( 'buses 
anil > - 


Other 

Authorities. 


Asct'liM'm 
fur 

I860, Jin. 0. 


in 
Right 

Ascension 
for 1,^0. 


of 
Obs. 


Dfotmuv 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


111 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


Obs. 

used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Imir- 

of Obs. 

I.V ll. 
nul 11. 


402 


h. 


H. 
II. 229 




ll 111 8 

41 57'7 


8 

+ 3-299 


2 


68 44 49-2 


18-06 


2 


pB; S; iR; mbM; 2nd of 2 


2 


403 


152 


11.612 




42 3fi 


3-369 


(1) 


63 3 33-2 


18-06 


1 


F; vlE,90; *15,nr 


2 


404 


2436 


11.481 




42 17-0 


2-959 


1 


101 7 2-5 


18-05 


1 


pF;cL; R; glbM; S*p,90".. 


2 


405 


153 






42 17-6 


3-186 


1 


79 17-5 


18-05 


1 




1 


406 


154 


II. 501 




42 18-3 


2-910 


) 


105 39 54-5 


18-05 


1 


cF; S; R;gvlbMN 


2 


407 


2438 






42 20-7 


2-290 


] 


143 29 3-5 


18-05 


1 


F; vL;R;vgvlbM 


1 


408 


f '- 55 \ 


III. 459 




42 21-3 


2-808 


1 


114 29 31-5 


18-05 


1 


vF; vS; R; gbM; er; 2stnr.. 


4 


409 


L2437J 


III. 561 




42 25-7 


3-492 


1 


54 21 52-8 


18-04 


1 


vF; stellar 


1 


410 




11.617 




42 55-7 


3-299 


1 


68 56 54-1 


18-03 


1 


F;cL; vglbM 


1 


411 


2439 






43 2'1 


2-393 


2 


139 19 59-1 


18-03 


2 


B; S; R; pbM 


2 


412 


156 


II. 859 




43 10-9 


3-129 


1 


84 33 6-4 


18-02 


1 


pF; S; E90; vglbM; *10,nf 


2f 


41 H 






D'Arrest, 28 


43 13 


3-30 


m 


68 42 18 


18-01 


[11 


F; S; 11; bet2st!5 





414 




11.618 




43 29'0 


3-309 


i 


68 7 54-7 


18-01 


1 


vS; stellar 


1 


415 


;!440 






43 32-7 


2-652 


i 


125 38 52-7 


18-01 


1 


F; S; R 


1 


416 




III. 179 




43 39-3 


3-307 


2 


68 20 25-0 


18-00 


2 


F; cL; E; mbM 


2 


417 


2441 






43 42-0 


2-653 


1 


125 34 5-0 


18-00 


1 


eF;S 


1 


418 


/ L"\ 


I. 62 




1 44 8-0 


2-964 


1 


100 23 45-6 


17-98 


9: 


F; pL; E; vgvlbM; r 


4* 


419 


|j2442j 
158 


III. 192 




1 44 17-0 


3-024 


2 


94 44 57-9 


17-97 


3 


eF; vlEO + ,*13,s, 90" 


4 


420 




III. 564 




1 44 25-9 


3-496 


1 


54 35 56-9 


17-97 


1 


Stellar; 3rd of 4 


1 


421 




III. 565 




1 44 "5-9 


3-496 


1 


54 35 56-9 


17-97 


1 


Stellar; last of 4 


1 


422 


157 


III. 562 




1 44 27'3 


3-497 


1 


54 31 58-9 


17-97 


1 


vF; stellar; 1st of 4 


2 


423 
494 


> 157, a 




R. 3 novae 


1 44 






54 32 






Near h. 157, 159 





425 
496 


161 


II. 596 




1 44 30-7 


3-131 


1 


84 24 17-9 


17-97 


1 


F; S; bM; #13 1', n 


3 


427 


159 


III. 563 




1 44 34-3 


3-497 


1 


54 33 1-9 


17-97 


1 


F; pL; bM; 2nd of 4 


2 


498 


162 




55 Androin. 


1 44 55-9 


3-575 


1 


49 57 41-5 


17-95 


1 


Fine nebulous # with strong 


1* 


499 


163 






1 44 56-2 


3-509 


j 


53 52 9-5 


17-95 


1 


aim. 
vF; R; am pBst 


1 


430 


164 


11.270 




1 45 56-9 


3-110 


2 


86 9 23-7 


17-91 


2 


pB; S; iR; psmbM 


3 


431 


.CM 


1.105 




1 46 12-4 


2-918 


2 


104 25 39-0 


17-90 


2 


cB; pL; IE; psmbM 


3 


432 


|^2443j 




D'Arrest, 29 


1 46 19 


3-28 


m 


70 50 18 


17-89 


rn 


eF; R; *19,f 





433 






D'Arrest, 30 


1 46 32 


3-56 


L 1 J 

rn 


51 18 3 


17-88 


rn 


eF; pL... 





434 






D'Arrest 31 


1 47 5 


3-pq 


T31 


69 59 18 


17-86 


T31 


vF; vS; R; /3 Arietis in field 





435 


r , =n 


III. 460 




1 47 13-9 


9.707 


LJ 
2 


114 ">& 46-2 


17-86 


2 


pF;vS;R;vgbM 


3 


436 


(JJ444J 
" 167 






1 47 14-6 


3.705 


1 


114 33 "'-2 


17-86 


i 


vF; pL; R; gbM; S*195... 


1 


43" 


2445 






1 47 43-1 


2-621 


1 


126 34 24-8 


17-84 


i 


F; S; 11; bM 


1 


438 


168 






1 47 47-9 


3-1 10 


1 


86 "9 14-8 


17*84 


i 




I 


439 


2446 






1 47 50-1 


2-621 


1 


126 32 0-8 


17-84 


i 


eeeF; S; R 


1 


440 




III. 266 




1 48 6-0 


2-969 


1 


99 38 .V-l 


17-82 


i 




1 


441 


/ L 77 \ 


III. 265 




1 48 17-0 


2-968 


1 


no 44 _'.)..) 


17-82 


i 


vF- pS; vlE 


3 


44? 


l244 7 J 


11.221 




1 48 26-0 


3-463 


1 


57 38 16-7 


17-81 


i 


F; pL; nil'.; r 


1* 


443 




III. 176 




1 48 33-4 


3-483 


] 


56 23 6-7 


17-81 


i 


eeeF- stellar . . 


1 


444 


169 






1 48 33-9 


3-463 


3 


57 38 53-7 


17-81 


3 


pB; R; bM; *13, np 


3* 


445 


169,0 




R. nova 


1 48 34-5 


3-463 




57 38 25-7 


17-8! 


-| 




Co* 


446 
447 

448 


169,6 
169, c 
172 


11.271 


R. nova 
R. nova 


1 48 38-4 
1 48 47-9 
1 49 2-8 


3-463 
3-463 
3-126 


1 


57 38 0-7 
57 40 30-7 
85 3 29-3 


17-81 
17-81 
17-79 


1 
1 


f /3, 7, S of Lord R.'s diag. 
\ =II.221H. 

pF- S- R- pof2- pos 102-4 


<U 
\o 


449 


173 


II. 272 




1 49 3-2 


3- 1 26 


1 


85 3 41-3 


17-79 


1 


vF; vS; R;sb.VJ; f of 2 


4 


450 


170 






1 49 6-3 


4-127 


1 


30 30 49-6 


17-78 


1 


Cl" not Ri J 


1 


451 


171 






1 49 7-6 


+ 3-953 


1 


35 13 13-6 


17-78 


1 


Cl- pL- pRi- iF; st 11. ..13.. 


1 



























54 



SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 

459 

460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 

484 
485 

486 

487 

488 
489 
490 

491 

492 
493 
494 

495 
496 
497 

498 


h. 
2449 
176 
2448 
175 
175, a 
174 
2450 

{"'} 

[2451 J 
180 


H. 




h in s 

1 49 12-4 
1 49 20-4 
1 49 21-5 
1 49 23-6 
1 49 
1 49 25-8 
1 49 27-7 

1 49 57-4 

1 51 17-8 
1 51 35 
1 51 36-4 
1 51 39-0 
1 51 39 
1 52 0-8 
1 52 2-0 
1 52 3-7 
1 52 5 
1 52 10-0 
1 52 40-6 
1 52 43-3 
1 52 52-3 
1 52 57'3 
1 54 2-1 
1 54 20-6 
1 54 25 
1 54 39-4 
1 54 49-2 
1 54 55-4 
1 55 1-3 
1 55 8-5 
1 55 46-1 
1 56 8-7 

1 56 54-9 
1 57 28-5 

1 58 26-4 
1 59 51-2 

2 19-0 
2 49-6 
2 55-4 

2 56-9 

2 58-2 
2 1 34-0 
2 1 40-3 

2 2 30-1 
2 2 32-5 
2 2 32-8 

2 2 47-1 


8 

+ 2-112 
3-017 
2-707 
3-468 

3-541 

2-107 

3-006 

3-158 
3-28 
5-005 
3-283 
3-283 
2-936 
3-223 
2-751 
3-34 
3-451 
2-999 
3-209 
3-406 
2-039 
2-989 
3-005 
3-16 
3-247 
3-280 
2-100 
0-699 
3-571 
1-428 
3-253 

3-428 
2-780 

1-343 
3-196 

3-604 
3-238 

2-468 

2-741 

2-561 
3-161 
3-617 

2-942 
3-591 
2-942 

+ 2-942 


1 
2 
3 
1 

1 
1 

3 

1 

[2] 

1 
2 

1 
1 

2 

[1] 
1 

3 

1 
1 

1 
(J) 

[1] 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 

1 

1 
2 

2 

1 
1 

1 

3 
1 
3 

3 


147 22 44-6 
95 9 13-6 ' 
120 36 23-6 
57 29 41-6 
57 29 
53 1 14-9 
147 26 49-9 

96 5 19-5 

82 20 13-3 
71 42 48 
18 15 36-6 
71 40 12-6 
71 45 + 
102 10 50-9 
76 41 15-9 
116 58 27-9 
67 2 18 
59 15 3-2 
96 38 24-8 
77 59 17-8 
62 26 29-1 
148 28 9-1 
97 30 22-6 
96 3 38-9 
82 10 18 
74 57 35-2 
72 17 54-5 
146 30 26-8 
164 54 18-8 
52 33 52-1 
158 32 40-7 
74 38 1-3 

61 40 47-2 
113 58 18-1 

159 7 19-3 
79 40 47-1 

51 54 21-7 
76 18 58-6 
131 49 14-6 

116 7 18-6 

127 9 11-6 
82 41 44-2 
51 28 53-5 

100 47 38-7 
53 41-7 
100 47 50-7 

100 48 31-0 


-17-78 
17-78 
17-78 
17-78 


1 

2 
3 
1 


pB; S; R; gbM 


1 
3 
3 
3 

5 
1 

4 

1 

1* 
3 

2 
1 
1 

2 
6 
1 
2* 
1 
2 
3 

1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
2 

3 

2 

1 
3* 

2 
1 

2 

2 

2 
2 

2 

4 
1 
4 

4 


III. 193 




eF; *9, 315+ 




pB; S; E;1M 


II. 222 




F; pL; niE; r; f of 2 


R. nova 


ufh. 175 


VII. 32 


17-77 
17-77 

17-75 

17-69 

17-68 
17-68 
17-68 

'iV-67 
17-67 
17-67 
17-66 
17-66 
17-64 
17-64 
17-63 
17-63 
17-58 
17-57 
17-56 
17-56 
17-55 
17-54 
17-54 
17-53 
17-51 
17-49 

17-46 
17-43 

17-39 
17-33 

17-31 
17-28 
17-28 

17-28 

17-28 
17-26 
17-25 

17-21 
17-21 
17-21 

17-20 


1 
1 

3 

1 

[2] 
1 
2 

1 
1 

2 

[1] 
1 

3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

[1] 
1 
1 

1 

3 
1 
1 
1 

1 
2 
1 

1 
1 

2 

2 

2 
1 
1 

3 
1 
3 

3 


Cl; vv-L; Hi; st L and sc ... 
vF; S; H; bM 




III. 464 




vF;S-!E; vglbM 




vF; S; R; *10, 2' 285 




D'Arrest, .32 
50 Cassiop. 


vF; S; R; nr I. 112 H 


179 
181 
181,a 
2452 




Suspected nebulous* 


112 


B; cL; R; gbM; r 


R. nova 


5 or 6' s of h. 181 


III. 468 
III. 214 


cF; pL; E0+; glbM 




vF; stellar 


2453 




pF; S; R;glbM 




D'Arrest, 33 


F; pL 


182 
183 


II. 223 
I. 101 
III. 215 
III. 583 


pB; pL; R; glbM 




cB; L; mE 163-0; mb.M ... 
eF; stellar 




184 
2454 
185 
186 




vF; vS; E; 3 stp; *250 ... 
pB; pL; IE; *12 att 




II. 435 
III. 433 




pF; pS; R; bM 




cF;cS; R; bM 


D'Arrest, 34 


vF; S; * 14f 90; 1P-65 ... 
eF; S; It; * 11 75 


187 
188 
2455 
2456 
189 
2457 
190 

191 

rjjn 

[2458J 
2459 
193 

194 

195 
2461 

l= 6 } 

[2640 J 
2462 
198 
197 

I} 

[2463J 




III. 207 




vF; cS; R; stellar 




pF; S; R; 2 st 11, nr 






eF; vS; 11; *12, 25" 315.... 
vF; S; iR; sbM; * nr 


III. 566 






eeF; vS; R; *13 p 100" ... 
vF; S; iR; glbM; *10 p 
3 s -5 
vF; vS; iR; bet2stn and sp.. 

vF; pS; vlE 


III. 208 
III. 151 












pF; S; R; gbM 


I. 152 
II. 604 




B; vS; vlE; svmbM; *10, 
55" 320. 
pB; cL; IE; mbM 






F;R;vS;bM 






cF; vS; R; sbM; r 






vF; vF * inv 






F; S; R; vsvmbM*13 


III. 227 
II. 605 

II. 482 
III. 567 
II. 483 

II. 484 




vF; S; R; bM; am st 




pB; S; ill; J f'15 s 




F;S;R;lstof4 




vF; S;1E 


[" 200"] 

{ = f 
[2464J 

{ ='} 

[2465J 




F; S; R; 2nd of 4 




vF; vS; R; 3rd of 4 







OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



r.r. 
OO 



No. 
of 
Cat*. 

Illgllf. 


References to 


Right 

Acen*ion 
for 
1SIJO, Jan. 0. 


Antuml 
Precession 
in 
Etighj 
rion 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

n-r,l. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 

1880. 


No. 
of 

Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Kemarks, &C. 


Total 
No. of 

1 ilnr- 

of Obs. 

In li. 
Hid 11. 


Sir .T. II. 's Sir\V. II.'- 

(.'iitiilomu 1 - i '-- - 
of >~ebuhr. and Noe. 


Other 

Authorities. 


499 

500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 
506 
507 
508 
509 
510 
511 
512 
513 
514 

515 
516 

517 
518 
519 
520 
521 
522 
523 
524 
525 

526 
527 

528 
529 
530 

531 
532 

589 

534 
535 
536 
537 
638 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 

547 
548 


h. 

f 202 "I 


II. 
II. 485 




h ni s 
2 2 51-4 

2 2 55-0 
2 3 56-7 
2 4 15-8 
2 4 27-5 
2 4 45-7 
2 5 36-7 
2 5 51-5 
2 6 30-8 
2 7 24-0 
2 7 24-4 
2 8 6-4 
2 8 41-3 
2 9 l.V.'i 
2 9 33-1 
2 9 

2 9 43-2 
2 10 22-6 

2 10 
2 11 14-5 
2 11 59-3 
2 12 8-7 
2 12 34-2 
2 12 46-6 
2 12 54-3 
2 13 20-1 
2 13 30-8 

2 13 41-2 
2 13 50-4 
2 14 21-4 
2 14 35-7 
2 14 

2 15 1-0 
2 15 9-4 

2 15 14-0 
2 15 26-4 
2 16 34-0 
2 16 36-1 
2 16 44-2 
2 17 49-4 
2 17 50-6 
2 18 44-7 
2 18 50-8 
2 18 55-7 
2 19 58-5 
2 20 29-1 
2 20 59-9 
2 21 21-5 

2 21 48-4 
2 22 1-5 


s 
+ 2-941 

2-971 
3-593 
1-992 
3-047 
2-951 
2-555 
3-435 
2-623 
2-420 
3-056 
3-140 
3-078 
4-166 
3-252 

2-920 
3-253 

2-980 
3-272 
2-978 
4-188 
4-536 
2-852 
1-774 
2-400 

3-548 
3-737 

2-404 
2-993 

4-448 
2-563 

3-732 

2-779 
2-778 
2-770 
3-736 
3-319 
3-543 
2-710 
3-350 
3-571 
3-350 
3-049 
2-295 
3-049 

2-919 

+ 2-795 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

5 

1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

4 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1 


t ft 

100 51 11-0 

98 25 7-3 
53 10 55-5 
147 23 34-1 
92 9 47-4 
99 58 5-7 
126 30 33-9 
62 46 51-2 
122 36 11-1 
132 41 12-3 
91 24 41-3 
84 39 32-5 
89 36 2-1 
33 29 55-0 
76 5 52-3 
76 5 + 

101 59 58-6 
76 6 11-5 

76 6 
97 17 24-7 
74 48 57-9 
97 25 44-2 
33 32 49-5 
26 52 20-1 
106 42 4-1 
150 30 8-7 
132 23 1-0 

57 22 48-3 
48 16 47-6 
132 2 58-2 
96 10 8-8 
96 10 

28 40 47-1 
124 21 30-4 

48 42 17-t 
Ill 27 12-0 
111 20 33-5 
111 52 23-5 
48 49 21-5 
72 7 46-3 
58 23 33-3 
115 26 13-5 
70 7 27-8 
57 3 25-1 
70 15 30-6 
91 46 18-5 
135 4 17-1 
91 47 36-7 

101 10 10-3 
109 40 3-6 


// 

-17-20 

17-19 
17-15 
17-13 
17-12 
17-11 
17-07 
17-06 
17-03 
16-99 
16-99 
16-95 
16-93 
16-90 
16-89 

16-88 
16-85 

16-81 
16-77 
16-75 
16-75 
16-73 
16-73 
16-71 
16-70 

16-69 
16-68 
16-66 
16-64 

16-63 
16-62 

16-62 
16-60 
16-55 
16-55 
16-55 
16-49 
16-49 
16-45 
16-44 
16-43 
16-38 
16-35 
16-33 
16-31 

16-29 
16-28 


3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
lit 
2 
1 

5 

1 

1 
1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

4 
1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1 


vF; pS; R- 4th of 4 


4 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2* 
1 
5 
2 


7 

2* 



2 
1 
3 
5 

1 
2 
1 
2 

5 

f 

2 
4 


1 
1 

1 

1 
3 

1* 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2f 
2 
2 

3 

1 


\2466j 
203 
204 

2467 




vF; vS- R- psbM 


III. 604 




vF; iF; stellar 




pF- pS- R- lbM- r 


111.259 
II. 486 




eF- eS- IF 




F- S- E 


2468 




cF- pS- IE 0- gbM 


11.613 




F- S IE 90- bM 


2469 
2470 
205 
206 




cB- S- E- psmbM 








F- vS; svmbM 


III. 260 
111.457 
III. 2 
VI. 33 
III. 201 




vF- R- bM- stellar 




eF; cL; R; gbM; #12sf alt. 
eF- vS- R- bM 




20? 

208 

208, a 
f 2091 

[2471 J 
210 

210, a 
211 
213 
815 

212 
214 
210 
2473 
8472 

217 

218 
2474 
219 
219, a 




!; Cl; vvL; vRi;st7...14 ... 
vF- vS- E- *10sf 4' 




R. nova 


nebs of h. 208 .... 


II. 474 
II. 246 


F: pL: R- vglbM 




pF;pL;lE;pgbM; 
f *9, 185+ 5' 
\S*sfl' 
neb s of h. 210 


R. nova 


II. 436 


F;pS; E; 1>M; 2or3stnr... 
eF- R- gbM- * 16 nr 




11.437 
VI. 34 




pF- pS- vlE- bM- * nr 




!; Cl; vL; vRi;ruby *M ... 
Cl; L; 1C; sc st9...13 
F; S; iR; pgbM 




III. 486 






eF; S; R; 2 or 3 vSst nr ... 
vF; vS; R; bM; *7 sf and 6 
more. 
B- S- R- bM- 3S st sp 






II. -^-, 
V. 19 






!; B- vL- vmE 22'3 




pF; pS; R; IbM; *8 90, 4' 
F; vL- ill- gbM 


II. 438 




R. nova 


E; F; bM; makes D neb with 
h. 219; both E. 
eF- pL- iF 


III. 695 


24/5 




pB; S; R;psbM; #10f90-0 
35". 
eF- vS- IE 


III. 570 




24/6 
24/7 




nR- S- crhVF- r- *n 


III. 224 
I. 153 

III. .171 




F- S- E 90-gbM 




cB; vL; E0...90 
eF' stellar 


221 
220 

2478 






pF- L- R- #10 sf 3' 








III. 239 
III. 474 
III. 177 
II. 489 
IV. 23 




cF; pL; R- gpmbM 




<!' \S- iR 


His 




cF; cL; E; vgbM; 2stl3np. 
F- S- IE- 3 st inv 




223 
2479 
224 

I-, 

|_2480J 
2481 




vB- vL- R- mbMN 






III. 261 
II. 487 




vF- cL- R- f of 2 




vF; L- iR- glbM 




oB- E- ebM 









56 



SIS J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Preoecdon 

in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
ised. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
>f Obs. 
byh. 
mdH. 


Sir J. H.' 

Catalogues 
of Nebula-. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


549 
550 
551 


h. 
226 
2482 
229 
228 
227 
230 
2483 
2484 
231 
231, a 
231, l>\ 
232 

233 

2485 
234 
2486 
235 
236 
2487 
237 
238 
239 

240< 
241 


H. 
I. 154 




h m s 
2 22 18-6 
2 23 20-3 
2 23 24-6 
2 23 27-5 
2 23 28-9 
2 23 38-8 
2 25 21-5 
2 25 38-1 
2 25 44-2 
2 25 47-7 
2 25 52-0 
2 25 52-4 

2 26 0-7 
2 26 16-8 
2 26 21-2 
2 26 26-9 
2 26 33-1 
2 26 37-4 
2 28 0-1 
2 28 23-1 
2 28 43-8 
2 28 46-2 

2 30 24-9 

2 30 56-6 
2 31 35-3 
2 31 36-0 
2 31 38-3 
2 31 38-5 
2 31 43-4 
2 32 1-1 
2 32 2-2 
2 32 8-3 
2 32 11-6 

2 32 36-5 

2 32 42-1 
2 33 2-3 
2 33 36-3 

2 33 42-9 

2 33 43-8 
2 33 57-9 

2 34 12-1 

2 34 35-0 
2 34 35-1 
2 34 39-9 
2 34 44-5 
2 34 49-1 

2 34 

2 35 23-6 
2 35 26-2 


s 
+ 3-654 
2-366 
3-050 
3-837 
4-288 
3-024 
2-482 
2-817 
3-580 
3-580 
3-580 
3-512 

3-580 
2-912 
3-580 
2-270 
3-753 
3-754 
2-404 
3-595 
3-232 
2-963 

3-761 

3-540 
3-077 
2-968 
3-731 
3-222 
1-877 
4-572 
3-333 
1-8/4 
3-080 

2-945 

3-354 

3-829 
3-193 

2-898 

3-192 
2-491 

2-943 

3-520 
3-0/2 
3-701 
3-337 
3-596 

3-598 
+ 3-599 


1 

4 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

(i) 

i 
i 
i 

2 
1 : 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 

1 

1: 
1 
3 

1 

1 
1 
2 
1: 
1 
2 

2 

0) 
2 
1 

2 

1 
1 

3 

1: 

2 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 


53 29 51-2 
132 1 30-7 
91 43 1-7 
45 59 37-0 
33 5 46-0 
93 33 56-3 
126 39 0-0 
107 49 36-8 
57 40 44-3 
57 38 59-3 
57 38 50-3 
61 17 57-6 

57 40 14-9 
101 22 37-5 
57 46 23-5 
135 8 21-8 
49 47 23-8 
49 44 28-1 
129 39 17-2 
57 17 16-5 
78 58 34-1 
97 46 30-4 

49 43 53-8 

60 27 46-0 
89 44 6-9 
97 17 18-9 
51 32 45-9 
79 45 46-9 
145 28 45-9 
29 3 23-5 
72 34 8-5 
145 28 16-8 
89 30 24-8 

98 44 27-7 

71 19 38-7 
47 49 25-0 

81 52 7-2 

101 53 28-2 

81 53 22-2 
124 52 20-8 

98 51 19-1 

62 1 17'0 
90 9 14-0 
53 16 21-0 
72 35 27-0 
58 10 18-3 

58 10 

58 7 34-9 
58 4 35-2 


-16-26 
16-21 
16-21 
16-20 
16-20 
16-19 
16-10 
16-09 
16-09 
16-09 
16-09 
16-08 

16-07 
16-05 
16-05 
16-04 
16-04 
16-03 
15-96 
15-95 
15-93 
15-92 

15-84 

15-80 
15-77 
15-77 
15-77 
15-77 
15-77 
15-75 
15-75 
15-74 
15-74 

15-71 

15-71 
15-70 
15-66 

15-66 

15-66 
15-64 

15-63 

15-60 
15-60 
15-60 
15-60 
15-59 

15-57 
15-56 


1 
4 

1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 

(2) 

1: 
1 
1 

2 
1: 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 


cB;L;E;vgbM 


3* 

4 
3 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 
1* 

ro* 
\o* 

3f 

1* 

2 
1* 
2 
2 
2 
2f 
4 
2 
2 

4* 

3t 
1* 
5* 

3f 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
10 

4 

2 
8 

2 

3 

2 
1 

4 

2 
8* 
3 
1 
4 



2 

1 




vF; pL; !E;gbM; *8sf3'... 
pB; S; E; psbM 


II. 278 




552 
553 




Cl; pki;st9...15 






Cl; pL; pRi; st 13. ..15 
pF; ilE 0+; bM 


554 
555 
556 
557 

558 
559 
560 

561 
562 
563 
564 
565 

:,66 

567 
568 
569 
570 

571 

572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 

582 

583 
584 
585 

586 

587 
588 

589 

590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 


II. 237? 






pB;pS; mE 215-7 






F; S; iK; gbM 






S; R; psbM;lstof 3 




R. nova 
R. nova 


i 
~> y and S of Lord R.'s diag. 

pB; cL; IE 0...90 ; gmbM; 
3st s. 
vF; R; bM; 2nd of 3 




11.211 




III. 472 




eF; pS; R; vlbM; amscst... 
pB; R; 3rd of 3 








F; S; R; bet 2 st in par 


III. 572 
III. 573 




vF; pS; pof2; 210"; 157... 
F; S; f of 2; 210"; 337 ... 
pB; L; ptnE;smbM; bi-N... 
F; S; vlE; bM; r; 2 st 14 np 
F; S; vlE;psbM;r 




A. 519?? 


III. 161 
III. 557 
III. 434 
II. 238 

III. 198 
III. 152 
II. 6 
1.102 
1.156 
II. 592 






vF; cL; iF; vlbM 


\ 


pF;L; E 90+ ; mbM; r ... 
F; pS;iR;bM;stinv . 


J 




S; conietic 


244 

242 
243 
24.88 




cB; pL; vR; mbM 




vB; vL; vmE; vvmbM 




pF; S; IE; bM; *11, 25" 50 
eF; S; R;pof2 




VIII. 66 
III. 581 




Cl; L; sc st, one 10 


245 
2490 
246 

J 2491 

\2489j 
247 
248 
251 

t n 

L2491J 
252 
2492 
C 2541 

\2493j 
256 
258 
255 

259 

257 

I 257,o 

260 
261 




vF; iE 




1 
2 

2 

1 
2 

1 

2 

1 
1 

3 

1 
2 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 


F; S; R;gbM; *11, s 2' ... 
pB; S; vlE 0...90 ; bm; 3st 

trap. 

pF; L; mE; r; *17, attsf ... 
F; S; R;IbM 


II. 5 

II. 284 
III. 475 








M. 34 


Cl; B; vL; 1C; sc st 9 


III. 228 
II 488 
III. 229 


vF; vts; p of 2; *10 p 




F; S; R; bM 




eF; vS; fof 2 




pB; S; R; stellar 


I. 63 

III. 584 
I. 1 
11.633 




B;pL; R;mbM*12 




F;S;R;psbM 




pF; cL; iE 80; bM; pB*nr 
P F;cL; R; glbM 






eF;? 


III. 162 
III. 163 




F; pL; R; IbM; *7'8 p 43 s -o 

J6 seen (including .-. h.l 
\ 257,260,261). J 

vF;pL; R;lbM;sp of 2 .. 
eF; S; nf of 2 


R. 3 novas 








1 



OF NEBUL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 



57 



No. 
of 

?ata- 

OgllC. 


References to 


Right 
ision 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Prm-ssiun 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

wed. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 

1SC.O. .Ian. 0. 


Annual 
'recession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Ite. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
)f Obs. 
by h. 
mil II. 


ir J. H.'n 

tttalogucs 
f Nebulie. 


ir W. H.'s 

('hisses 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


600 

601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
07 
608 
609 
610 

611 

12 
13 
614 
15 
16 
17 
18 
619 
620 
621 
6*S 

ti ,'.'! 

624 

625 
626 
627 
28 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 
34 
635 
636 
637 
638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 

647 

648 
649 
650 
651 
652 
653 


h. 
262 

263 


H. 


M.77 


ll 111 S 

2 35 30-2 

2 36 0-3 
2 36 33-3 
2 37 43-7 
2 39 6-9 
2 39 15-4 
2 39 21-1 
2 39 22-7 
2 40 18-4 
2 40 20-8 
2 40 21-5 

2 42 35-2 

2 42 39-0 
2 43 44-5 
2 44 6-5 
2 45 8-9 
2 45 25-7 

2 45 

2 45 44-4 
2 46 0-9 
2 46 35-8 
2 46 44-5 
2 47 29-7 

2 4? 46-2 

2 48 7-7 
2 50 52-8 
2 51 35-0 
2 51 54-7 
2 52 + 
2 52 16-6 
2 52 47-8 
2 52 51-3 
2 52 56-7 
2 53 0-1 
2 53 28-9 
2 55 0-2 
2 55 21-2 
2 55 44-9 
2 56 20-1 
2 56 25-0 
2 56 32-2 
2 56 55-1 
2 57 5-8 
2 57 14-1 
2 58 3-7 
2 59 19-7 

2 59 25-2 

2 59 30-2 
3 48-0 
3 1 29-2 
3 3 27-9 
3 4 20-1 
3 4 23-3 


s 
+ 3-065 

3-138 
3-085 
2-589 
2-950 
3-057 
3-061 
3-313 
3-061 
1-552 
2-557 

2-796 

3-839 
3-858 
3-738 

2-799 
3-847 

3-044 
3-269 

1-778 
1-772 
3-897 

2-905 

2-760 
3-118 
3-493 
3-949 

2-863 
3-711 
3-908 
2-484 
3-977 
4-025 
2-818 
3-906 
8-608 
3-925 
2-669 
3-975 
2-864 
2-802 
2-865 
2-603 
3-810 

2-905 

2-799 
2-288 
4-337 
2-702 
3-022 
+ 3-634 


1 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

a 

2 
(2) 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
1 
1 
3 

(1) 
1 


90 35 sS-2 

85 37 19-1 
89 13 22-0 
119 35 49-8 
98 9 52-5 
91 5 53-8 
90 49 5-8 
74 25 31-8 
90 50 57-3 
150 30 14-3 
120 51 30-3 

107 34 23-5 

48 55 4-5 
48 22 21-3 
53 4 14-9 
107 12 50-7 
49 2-3 

49 

91 51 24-6 
77 34 54-2 
145 32 30-4 
145 38 31-4 
47 31 21-6 

100 36 9-2 

109 13 6-8 
87 11 7'6 
65 21 16-1 
45 40 24-7 
45 40 + 
102 57 33-3 
55 18 19-2 
47 58 42-2 
122 39 22-5 
45 35 20-5 
44 10 52-4 
105 23 8-1 
48 13 26-7 
9 42 40-3 
47 43 32-5 
113 25 4-8 
46 10 29-0 
102 38 19-0 
106 8 59-3 
102 33 6-3 
116 35 45-8 
52 9 24-2 

100 5 8-5 

106 8 39-5 
129 34 26-9 
37 11 56-1 
111 7 0-0 
93 3 4-5 
59 57 41-8 


15-56 

15-53 
15-50 
15-44 
15-35 
15-34 
15-34 
15-34 
15-29 
15-29 
15-29 

15-15 

15-15 
15-09 
15-07 
15-01 
14-99 

14-98 
14-96 
14-92 
14-92 
14-88 

14-86 

14-84 
14-68 
14-63 
14-61 

14-59 
14-56 
14-56 
14-55 
14-55 
14-52 
14-43 
14-41 
14-39 
14-35 
14-34 
14-40 
14-30 
14 29 
14-29 
14-24 
14-16 

14-15 

14-15 
14-07 
14-03 
13-90 
13-85 
13-84 


1 

1 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
(2) 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
1 

1 
3 
1: 

1 


B;pL;iR;sbMrrN; #130, 
2'. 
pF; S; iR;gbM 


13f 

2 
2 
1 
3 

4 
4 

1 
2 
1 
3 

3 

1 
2 
0* 
3 

2 

a 

i 
i 
i 
i 

2 
4 

1 
2 
1 
4 

2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2* 
1 
2 
3* 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
2* 

7 

2 
2 
1 
7 
2 
1 


II. 273 
III. 455 




F;L; lbM;er 


2494 
264 
265 
266 




B; pL; pmE; sbM 


I. 64 
11. 466 
II. 465 
III. 582 
III. 462 




vB; pL; E; gpmbM 




pB;cL;lE; mbM 




vF; pL; ill; bM 




vF;S;iF 


267 
2496 
2495 

r em 

\2497j 
268 
270 




vF; S; R; 2Sst p 




F; pS; H; glbM 


V. 48 

III. 449 




vB;L; vuiE151-l; vbMN 
pF; pL; pmE; glbM 






neb or vSCl of vSst 


11.601 




cF; S;iR; vgbM;r 


Bessel 


* a comet 


272 
271 

} 271,o 
273 


III. 450 
II. 602 


vF;S;lE; gbM 




cF;pS;ill; vglbM 


R. 2 novae 


h. 271 is D; another near .. 
eF;pL; gbM; *8f 




11.254 




F;S;iR;r 


2498 
2499 

274 

r 2j5| 

\2500J 
2501 
276 




F; R;gbM 






F; R; gbM .. 


111.580 
11.470 




vF; vS; R;gbM;2SstA .. 
vF; S; R; stellar 






F; pL; vmE; 2Sst f 


11.274 
11.619 
III. 199 




F; vS; ilE; sbM; er 




pB; cL; pmE 0; r; *n 1'.. 
F;pS;lE; SbM; * P 6"5 .. 
R (nisi H. II. 239) 


277 
277, a 
2502 




R. nova 


III. 469 
III. 178 


F; R;glbM; stellar 




vF; pL; H; spmbM 


278 
2503 




eF; vS 






vF; pL; E; vlb.M 


II. 239 
11.620 
11.502 
11.607 
11.704 
IV. 43 
III. 245 
II 608 




pB; pL; iR; mbM 


279 
280 




pF;pS;iF;sbM 




pF; pL; R; psbM 




F; cL; E 






F; pL; raE 90.. .180 
F; mE; smbMS* 


281 
2504 






pF; cL; pmE; gbM*l6; r.. 
F; cL; er 




2505 
888 

2506 
283 

284 

1 1 85 T 

(JJ507J 
286 
2508 
287 
2509 
288 




vF; sp of 2 


II. 503 
11.475 
I. 109 
III. 578 

II. 285 
II. 504 




cB; pS; iR; smbM 




pF; cL; iR; bM; nf of 2 .. 
cB; pS; vlE 0; r; S*nr .. 
cF; vS; R; psbM . 








pB; S;IE 80+ ; IbM 
B; S; cE; psbM 






pF; S; R; psbM. . . 






Cl; vS of Sst 


II. 258 
III. 262 
III. 164 




pB; cL; R; gbM; r 




stellar; difficult 




eF; vS; ? vSst 







MDCCCLXIV. 



58 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulse. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


654 
655 
656 

657 
658 
659 
660 
66] 
662 
5060 
663 
664 
665 
666 
667 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 
681 
682 
683 
684 
685 
686 
687 

688 
689 
690 
691 
692 

693 
694 
5061 
695 
696 
697 
698 
699 

700 

701 
702 


(?) 

|J251 Oj 
289,a 

r in 

[_2511J 
2512 
290 
2513 


H. 
II. 286 




ll III S 

3 4 26-8 
3 4 31-4 
3 4 36-2 

3 4 41-9 
3 5 6-3 
3 5 18-2 
3 5 38-6 
3 5 49-8 
3 5 57-7 
3 6 55-2 
3 7 7'5 
3 7 7-6 
3 7 46-9 
3 8 25-7 
3 8 43-9 
3 9 31 
3 9 31 
3 9 41-5 
3 9 45 
3 10 8 
3 10 11 
3 10 32-7 
3 10 35 
3 11 2-0 

3 11 + 

3 11 34-2 
3 11 43-7 
3 12 15-0 
3 12 23-9 
3 12 25-0 

3 13 15-0 
3 13 22-5 
3 14 7'5 
3 15 25-7 
3 15 36-2 

3 15 41-5 
3 16 0-3 
3 16 29-0 
3 16 34-1 
3 16 54-8 
3 17 20-4 
3 17 23-1 
3 17 45-6 

3 17 48-3 

3 17 48-8 
3 17 50-9 


8 

+ 2-912 
2-912 
2-912 

0-771 
4-106 
0-747 

2-884 
2-975 
1-775 

1-474 
3-016 
2-667 
1-635 
3-020 
3-93 
3-93 
2-198 
3-93 
3-93 
3-94 
3-937 
3-97 
2-884 

2-425 
3-017 
2-189 
3-938 
3-938 

2-954 
2-710 
2-983 
3-016 
2-786 

2-295 
1-749 

0-698 
2-666 

2-288 
2-291 
2-662 

3-011 

3-011 
+ 3-012 


3 

2 

2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 

1 
1 . 

1 

2 
1 

[2] 
[2] 
1 
[2] 
[2] 
[2J 
1 
[2] 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

4 
2 
1 
I 
1 

3 
1 

1 

1 
2 
2 
1 

1 

1 
1 


1 11 

99 27 28-8 
99 26 25-8 
99 29 H-6 

157 18 47-1 
43 17 22-3 
157 29 13-6 
101 7-2 
95 45 4-5 
143 52 l. r .-8 
89 4 27-5 
148 40 18-9 
93 27 10-9 
112 30 46-1 
145 44 50-6 
93 8 18-9 
49 2 30 
49 1 42 
131 36 25-7 
49 1 54 
49 1 36 
48 58 30 
49 5-5 
49 3 
100 48 41-4 

49 + 

123 5 43-3 
93 14 30-6 
131 36 47-1 
49 11 42-1 
49 10 4-4 

96 45 57-9 
110 55 8-9 
95 8 11-7 
93 15 44-1 
105 53 51-7 

127 38 38-7 
142 41 0-3 
89 19 3-0 
156 59 37-2 
111 52 19-1 
127 43 40-0 
127 36 24-0 
112 1 0-9 

93 31 34-9 

93 30 34-9 
93 25 54-9 


-13-84 
13-84 
13-78 

13-83 
13-79 
13-78 
13-76 
13-75 
13-74 

13-67 
13-67 
13-63 
13-58 
13-57 
13-49 
13-49 
13-51 
13-48 
13-46 
13-45 
13-45 
13-42 
13-42 

13-39 
13-38 
13-33 
13-33 
13-32 

13-27 
13-27 
13-21 
13-13 
13-11 

13-11 
13-09 

13-06 
13-03 
13-00 
13-00 
12-97 

12-97 

12-97 
-12-97 


3 

2 

2 
I 

2 
1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

[2] 
[2] 

1 

[2] 
[2] 
[2] 

[2] 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

4 

2 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 

1 
1 

2 
2 
1 

1 

1 
1 


F;pL;R; vglbM; *9np ... 
No description 


5 

3 

3 
3 

2 
1 
4 
2 

1 

1 
1 
2 
1 


1 



2* 

2 



1 
1* 
2 

2 
2 

7 
2 
1 
1 
3 

3 

1 

1 
1 

2 
2 

1 

3 

3 

1 


R. nova 


III. 591 


eF; vS; R; stell; sf of 2 


A. 205?? 


F; S; pmE- gbM 


VI. 25 


Cl; pL; Ri;C;iR;stl2...15 
pF; S; R; glbM 




II. 900 
III. 443 




F- pL; E 80+ 


292 
2514 




cF; S;lE;bM; *9, n 5' ... 
B- L- vmE 80- vgbM 








See No. 5060. 
Cl of 18 or 20 st 


2515 






IV. 17 




* with neb att 90" 1 


2516 
2517 




F; S; E; aim stell; *8, np... 
; B; L; R; rr 




A. 337 


III. 194 


cF- eS 




D'Arrest, 35 
D' Arrest, 36 


F; vS; R; stellar; 1st of 7... 
eF; S; IE; cometary; 2dof7 
vB; R; gmbM . ... 






2518 






D'Arrest, 37 
D'Arrest, 38 
D'Arrest, 39 


vF; S; R; 3rd of 7 






F; S; R; 4th of 7 






vF; vS; 5th of 7 


293 


II. 603 


pB; pS; R; bM; 6th of 7 ... 
F; S; *17; 7th of 7 ".... 


D'Arrest, 40 


2519 
>293, a 
2520 


III. 956 


eF; vS; 2st 2' or 3' s 


R. 6 novae 


6 of 15 (including probably 
h. 294, 295) 




vF; L; R; vglbM 


III. 195 




eeF; eeS 


2521 
294 
295 

296 

2522 


A. 487. 


; vB;pL; R; mbM; er ... 
vF; R; bM; p & sm of 2 ... 
vF; R; bM; f of 2; 100", 
352-4. 
vF; S; vlE; gbM; er 


III. 574 
III. 575 

II. 287 








cB; vL; vmE; psvmbM 


III. 444 
III. 568 
1.106 




eF- vS 






eF- S iF; am 3 or 4 st ... 


2523 

2524 
2525 




pB; cL; iR; gbM; *7, f 7''5, 
211-0. 
; vF; pL; R; vgvIbM 








F; pL; mE 37-3; gbm 






See No. 5061. 
pB; L; IE; vgbM; r 


2528 
2526 
2527 
2529 
2533 

r 293-1 

\2530j 
f 297"! 

\2531J 
2532 




A. 206 




pB; S; R;gbM 




A. 548 

A. 547 


vB; cL; vlE; vsvrabMN ... 
pB- pS; psbM 






F; S;R;bM;pof2 


III. 197 
III. 196 




vF; S; R; bM; 1st of 3 




vF; vS; E; ? neb J; 2nd of 3 
F; vS;R;bM;3rdof3 









OF NEBUL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



59 



No. 




Reference 


9 tO 


Right 


Annual 

Precession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 

I'rtTcssuin 


No. 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


Cata- 
logue 


Sir J. H.' 
Catalogues 
of Nebulte. 


Sir W. H.'B 
ClMM 

and .V 11. 


Other 
Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 

l-r,n. Jan. 0. 


in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Sx. 


of Obs. 
by h. 

m'.l II 


703 


h. 
297,o 


H. 




ll III B 

3 17 53-6 


s 

+ 3-011 




93 16 41-9 


12-97 









704 


299 


III. 445 




3 18 4-9 


2-962 


t> 


96 14 11-2 


12-96 


2 


vF; pS; pmE 


3 


70.5 


2534 


IV. 77 




3 18 18-0 


2-661 


9, 


112 1 49-8 


12-94 


2 


1"; inli; 239-l; com; #9, 10 


3f 


706 


2535 






3 18 37-6 


2-305 


1 


126 58 12-7 


12-91 


1 


att. 
0? pS; vsvmbMN 


1 


707 


2536 






3 19 39-5 


2-739 


1 


108 4 59-5 


12-85 


1 


F; pS; R;glbM 


1 


708 




III. 959 




3 19 53-5 


2-662 


2 


111 51 1-8 


12-84 


2 


vF;vS;sfof2 


1* 


709 




I. 60 




3 20 15-0 


2-662 


9, 


111 50 36-0 


12-80 


9, 


vB;S;E90 ...180;smbMN; 


2* 


710 






Auw. N. 17 


3 20 41-7 


3-690 




59 6 31-2 


12-76 




np of 2. 
F; L; *10f4"; n 2'-5(SchSn- 


0* 


711 






D' Arrest, 41 


3 20 4/ 


3'98 


rn 


48 39 6 


12-72 


m 


feld, 1858). 
eF; pL;lbM 





712 


2537 






3 21 10-0 


2-319 


3 


126 12 33-5 


12-75 


3 


vF; S; vlE; gbM 


3 


713 


2538 






3 22 29-8 


2-407 


2 


122 46 15-5' 


12-65 


2 


cB; pS; R; psbM; Jp 


2 


714 


2542 


1.25" 




3 22 38-1 


2-437 


CD 


121 34 40-8 


12-64 


1:: 


cB; pL; iR; vgbM 


2 


715 


2539 






3 22 38-5 


2-441 


l 


121 23 12-8 


12-64 


1 


vB; pS; Hi; psbM 


1 


716 


2540 






3 22 39-6 


2-275 


i 


127 38 11-8 


12-64 


1 


F; S; R; #12, sf. 


1 


717 


301 


VIII. 88 




3 22 41-0 


3-852 


1 


53 9 36-8 


12-64 


1 


Cl; vL; ab60st 


3 


718 


300 


III. 694 




3 22 54-4 


6-312 


2 


17 54 18-1 


12-63 


9, 


F; vS; ill; gbM;- * vnr 


3 


710 


2541 






3 23 10-3 


2-732 


1 


108 16 10-7 


12-61 


1 


vF; S; R; pslbM 


1 


720 




VIII. 84 




3 23 42-3 


4-361 


1 


39 3 16-6 


12-58 


1 


Cl; IRijstL 


1 


721 


2545 




A. 591 


3 24 11-0 


2-365 


1? 


124 12 43-8 


12-54 


lit 


B;L; mE; vmbMRN 


1 


72? 


2544 






3 25 8-3 


2-332 


1 


125 20 9-9 


12-47 


1 


pB; pS; R; psbM 


1 


723 


2543 






3 25 16-8 


2-698 


1 


109 45 38-2 


12-46 


1 


eF; p.slbM; vdiff*8, sf 


1 


724 


2546 


III. 246 




3 25 52-1 


2-665 


2 


111 17 46-1 


12-43 


2 


pB; cL; IE; mbM 


5 


725 


2547 


III. 487 




3 26 2-0 


2-778 


1 


105 41 32-4 


12-42 


1 


vF; S;lE;glbM 


2 


726 


2548 


11.290 




3 26 44-0 


2-808 


2 


104 9 24-9 


12-37 


9, 


pF; pL; R; IbM; pL*nf5'... 


5 


727 


302 


III. 446 




3 26 44-3 


2-971 


& 


95 33 27-9 


12-37 


2 


vF; S; bet 2st 


3 


728 


2549 






3 26 30-7 


1-789 





140 45 56-6 


12-38 


2 


vF; pL; iR; gbM; *nr 


2 


729 


2550 






3 27 28-6 


2-690 


] 


109 58 38-4 


12-32 


1 


F; L; R; vglbM 


1 


730 


2551 


III. 960 




3 27 38-5 


2-674 


2 


110 46 3-7 


12-31 


2 


vF; S; R 


I 


731 


2552 






3 28 18-0 


2-289 


2 


126 36 31-9 


12-27 


?! 


!! vB; vL; mE; rN in vLE 


2f 


732 


2553 


III. 857 




3 28 18-2 


2-421 


(1} 


121 40 37-9 


12-27 


CD 


Halo. 
vF; S; IF; IbM 


2 


733 


2554 


III. 559 




3 29 0-5 


2-670 


V*/ 
3 


110 50 45-4 


12-22 


3 


vF; S; R; bet 2st 14 


4 


734 


2555 


11. 262 




3 29 1-6 


2-570 


1 


115 24 21-4 


12-22 


1 


pB; pL; vlE; psbM 


2 


73ft 


2556 






3 29 50-6 


2-310 


1 


125 42 24-2 


12-16 


1 


eF; vS; p of 3 


1 


736 


2557 






3 30 0-6 


2-311 


1 


125 41 4-5 


12-15 


1 


vB; pL; IE; gmbM;2udof3 


1 


737 


2558 






3 30 0-6 


2-309 


1 


125 43 44-5 


12-15 


1 


B; S; IE; pmbM; 3rd of 3... 


1 


73H 


303 


II. 288 




3 30 7-0 


2-971 


2 


95 30 0-1 


12-13 


2 


eF; pL; ill; bM; r 


5 


739 


2559 




A. 574 


3 30 9-5 


2-316 


1 > 


125 28 56-8 


12-14 


1 


vB; L; R; psbM 


1 


740 


2560 


III. 961 




3 30 "8-7 


2-657 


2 


111 21 44-4 


12-12 





F; S; R;gbM 


3 


741 


2561 






3 30 42-7 


2-307 


] 


125 55 1-7 


12-11 


1 


; B; pL; 11; gpmbM 


2 


742 


2562 






3 31 19-8 


2-710 


1 


108 48 18-5 


12-05 


1 


pF; S; R; psnibM 


1 


743 


2563 


II. 263 




3 31 26-9 


2-5/6 


1 


114 58 4-5 


12-05 


] 


pB; pS; R; gpmbM 


2 


744 


2564 






3 31 34-7 


2-298 


1 


125 58 33-5 


12-05 


1 


; vB; pL; II; gtubM 


2 


745 


2565 


III. 451 




3 32 19-8 


2-706 


1 


108 53 34-6 


11-98 


1 


F; S; R; glbM 


2 


746 


2566 


I. 58 




3 32 24-1 


2-608 


2 


113 28 55-6 


11-98 


2 


B; pS; E; psmbM 


4 


747 


2567 


II. 593 




3 33 11-0 


2-700 


1 


109 9 29-4 


11-92 


1 


cB; pS; 11; psmbM 


2 


748 


2569 






3 33 11-6 


2-296 


2 


125 54 53-1 


11-93 


2 


; vB; pL; psbM; IT . 


3 


749 


2568 


III. 247 




3 33 14-1 


2-613 


1 


113 10 47-4 


11-92 


1 


vF; vS; R 


2 


750 


2571 






3 33 43-1 


2-291 


1 


126 2 48-0 


11-90 


1 


vB- pL; R; psmbM . . . 


2 


751 


2572 






3 33 49-8 


2-407 


1 


121 46 25-6 


11-88 


1 


F; cL; vinE; vglbM; *7'>p 


1 


752 


2570 


1.107 




3 33 55-4 


0-702 


1 


109 2 21*9 


11-87 


1 


vB- L; R; svmbMN 


3 


753 


304 


III. 263 




3 34 4-2 


3-040 


(a) 


91 45 34-5 


11-85 


(") 


eF; stellar or IE 


2 


754 

755 


304,o 
2573 




R. nova 


3 34 
3 34 5-2 


2-014 


\*/ 
o 


91 45 
134 33 18-9 


11-87 


2 


makes D neb with h. 304 ... 
B; pS; R; smbM 




2 


756 


305 


III. 569 




3 34 32-3 


2-977 


1 


95 7 5'4 


11-82 


1:: 


eF; IE; er; 1st of 3 


2 


757 


2574 






3 34 36-5 


2-531 


\ 


116 40 8-4 


11-82 


1 


F- S; E; gbMbM; *sf2' . . 


1 


758 


306 


11.455 




3 34 41-5 


2-976 


1 


95 8 51-7 


11-81 


1 


pF; pL; IE; IbM; *sf; 2dol'3 


3 


759 


2575 


II. 267 




3 3* 51-1 


+ 2-615 


3 


113 43-7 


-11-81 




pB; S;1E; pglbM; #sf2' ... 


4 



























i2 



60 



SIR J. F. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
'recession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
jf Obs. 
by h. 
md H. 


ir J. H.'s 

atalogues 
f Nebulae. 


ir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


760 

76l 
762 
763 
764 
76s 
766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 
775 
776 
777 
778 
779 
780 
781 
782 
783 
784 
785 
786 
787 
788 
789 
790 
791 

792 
793 
794 
795 
796 
797 
798 
799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
811 
812 
813 
814 
815 
816 
817 
818 
819 


h. 
307 
2576 

2577 
307, a 


H. 
11.456 




h m s 
3 35 2-3 
3 35 29-9 
3 35 56-9 
3 35 58-6 
3 36 30-1 
3 36 42-1 
3 37 0-0 
3 37 37-8 
3 37 52-3 
3 38 7-9 
3 38 20-0 
3 38 43-4 
3 38 44-4 
3 38 44-4 
3 38 46-3 
3 38 52-0 
3 39 4-9 
3 39 12-4 
3 39 32-4 
3 39 56-6 
3 40 59-9 
3 42 24-8 
3 43 32-5 
3 45 15-1 
3 46 48-5 
3 47 34-5 
3 48 18-8 
3 48 28-0 
3 48 31-1 
3 49 9-1 
3 51 4-2 
3 52 1-3 

3 52 22-9 
3 52 32-8 
3 52 59-7 
3 53 5-8 
3 53 36-3 
3 53 47-2 
3 53 47-4 
3 53 52'2 
3 54 33-6 
3 54 57-0 
3 55 9-9 
3 55 25-3 
3 56 44-9 
3 57 19-5 
3 59 0-1 
3 59 3-1 
3 59 20-3 
3 59 35-9 
4 28-6 
4 39-4 
4 1 24-0 
4 1 44-0 
4 2 8-1 
4 2 10-3 


+ 2-976 
2-229 
2-804 
2-976 
2-438 
2-622 
2-288 
1-879 
3-542 
2-264 
2-272 
2-623 
2-986 
2-703 
2-682 
4-490 
1-977 
2-696 
2-989 
1-974 
2-241 
2-739 
+ 1-139 
-0-360 
+ 0-224 
1-955 
2-644 
2-643 
1-830 
2-212 
2-029 
3-444 

0-478 
4-482 
2-251 
1-870 
1-748 
1-721 
4-551 
2-821 
1-573 
5-109 
5-232 
0-456 
1-552 
3-021 
1-965 
0-218 
1-966 
4-416 
3-755 
1-448 
2-884 
+ 2-613 
2-026 
+ 2-616 
1-525 
1-440 
0-425 
+ 1-761 


3 

2 
2 

1 
2 
1 
2 

1? 
1 
3 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 
3 

2 
1 
1 

2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 


95 9 45-6 
127 58 34-9 
103 56 56-1 
95 9 45-6 
120 21 11-3 
112 33 21-6 
125 50 50-2 
137 40 33-4 
66 40 12-9 
126 34 12-6 
126 18 1-9 
112 21 40-1 
94 31 51-1 
108 43 32-1 
109 41 52-1 
37 46 18-6 
135 5 20-4 
109 25-3 
94 24 37-9 
135 5 22-2 
127 7 51-9 
106 49 22-2 
150 14 27-4 
162 6 36-1 
158 38 24-7 
134 56 47-0 
110 52 29-8 
110 54 59-4 
137 53 54-8 
127 24 18'6 
132 46 40-8 
71 49 55-8 

156 25 42-3 
39 1 19-4 
125 51 46-3 
136 36 53-0 
139 18 42-9 
134 52 57-5 
37 45 45-6 
102 25 27-4 
142 43 35-3 
29 27 30-6 
28 3 51-2 
156 25 44-2 
142 58 5-1 
92 35 1-5 
133 47 35-5 
158 1 23-7 
133 44 23-1 
40 51 49-5 
59 35 29-2 
144 29 25-8 
99 12 21-5 
111 33 0-1 
167 13 0-4 
111 25 36-0 
143 2 40-3 
144 28 35-9 
156 12 37-0 
138 15 52-5 


i'i-78 
11-77 
11-73 
11-73 
11-69 
11-68 
11-66 
11-62 
11-57 
11-58 
11-57 
11-53 
11-53 
11-53 
11-53 
11-48 
11-52 
11-49 
11-47 
11-46 
11-37 
11-26 
11-22 
11-13 
11-01 
10-90 
10-84 
10-82 
10-84 
10-78 
10-64 
10-54 

10-59 
10-52 
10-49 
10-50 
10-47 
10-45 
10-38 
10-42 
10-39 
10-28 
10-26 
10-36 
10-23 
10-15 
10-05 
10-09 
10-03 
9-95 
9-96 
9-94 
9-85 
9-83 
9-92 
9-80 
9-79 
9-77 
9-70 
- 9-65 


2 

2 
2 

1 
2 
1 

2 

1? 
1 
3 

2 
2 
2 
2 

1 

2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 

2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 


vF;S;E;B*135,l';3dof3 
pF; pS; R;psbM 


4 
2 
4 

1 
3 
1 
2 
0* 
2 
1 
5 
1 
3 
1* 
3 
1 
1 
3* 
3 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
4 
2 
1 
3 


2 
1 
] 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
1 
3*f 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 




11.291 




F;cL; mE 0+ ; r 


R. nova 


No description 


11.852 
111.248 


F;pL; iR; gbM 


2578 
2579 
2580 




pF;S;lE;bM 




pF; S; R;psmbM 




A. 426 
Auw. N. 18 
A. 562 


vB; L; pmE; vsvmbM#10 ... 
!!!B;vL:iF;VAR.(Tempe!) 
; vB; pmE; pgbM 




2581 
2582 
2584 






F; vL; R;glbM 


III. 249 
11.597 
11.458 
II. 594 
VIII. 80 




F; pS; gpmbM 




vF; S; iE; #nr 


2583 




pB; pS; R; smbM*13 




pB;vS;bM 


308 

2585 




Cl of ab 30st 12.. .14 




pB; L; vmE221-6 


11.459 
1.155 




F; R; IbM 


309 
2586 
2587 
2588 
2589 
2590 
2592 
2591 
2593 
2594 
2595 
2596 
2597 




pB; S; R; *17M 




pF; pL; eE42-3; vgpmbM 
F; S; R; *att 






II. 460 




pB; S;lE;rabMN,' 




cF; S; R ; glbM; am 7Bst ... 
pF;pS; iR;glbM; *7f 










cF; pL; R; gvlbM 






cF; S; E 90; gbM 






eF; S; R; 2Bstf; p of 2 


III. 962 




F; S; vlE;2stlOrir; f of 2... 


A. 427? 428? 


cF; pL; R; vglbM 




vF; L; E; vgvlbM 




A. 480 
Auw. N. 19 


>b; pL; R; gbM; 2stA 




*12 inv in neb (Markree Cat. 
Nov. 24, 1854). 
pB; S; vlE;pmbM 


2599 




1.258 




vB; S; iF; bM; r; *inv 


2598 
2600 
2601 
2602 
310 




vF; vS; R 




A. 438 


F; cL; R; vglbM 




F; L; R; vgvlbM; 3stn ... 
eF; S;1E90; vgvlbM 










Cl; segment of a ring 


VII. 3 




Cl; S; C 


2603 


A. 369? 


F; vS; R; pmbM; *8 np ... 
O; pB;pS; vlE; 1'diam ... 
Cl; pRi;cC;iF 


IV. 53 
VII. 47 






2604 
2605 




eF; pS; R; *10np 






eeeF; S; R; bet2st 12&13. 
vF; pL; mE; vlbM; er 


II. 279 




2606 
2608 

2607 




F; pL; R; vgmbM 






pB; pS;mE 121-5; gbM ... 
; B; cL; R; bM; rr 




A. 466 


VII. 60 
IV. 69 


Cl; L; vlli; pC; stvL 


311 

2609 
2610 
2611 
2615 
2612 
2613 
2614 
2617 
2616 




#8m in neb 3' diam 


A. 348 


B;L; vmElO;bM 


III. 499 


eeF; S; E; psmbM; er 




B; L; pmE; gbM; *8sp ... 
Cl; pL; IRi;st9...10 










pB; R; bM 






4 2 35-2 
4 2 48-1 
4 4 8-8 
4 4 17-7 


eF; vS; R; vlbM 






vF; R 







eF; vS; R; glbM 




pB; pS; E77; vsmbMRN.. 







OF XEBTJL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



61 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
] 'recession 
in 
Right 

Wmsion 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

u<rcl. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.l). 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
fObs. 
byh. 
ml II. 


Sir J. H.'s Sir W. H.'s 
Catalogues Classes 
of Nebula?, and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


820 
821 
822 
823 
824 
825 
826 
827 
828 
829 
830 
831 
832 
833 
834 
835 
836 
837 
838 
839 
840 
841 
842 
843 

844 

845 
846 
847 
848 
849 
850 
851 
852 
853 

854 
855 
856 

857 

H5H 

859 
860 
861 
862 
863 
864 

865 
866 
867 
868 
869 
870 
871 
B7 

873 
874 
875 


h. 


H. 
VII. 61 




h m s 
4 4 37-1 
4 5 33-4 
4 6 34-6 
4 6 39-6 
4 6 51-0 
4 6 59-8 
4 7 50-8 
4 8 4-3 
4 8 17-9 
4 9 32-7 
4 9 58-6 
4 10 25-3 
4 11 37-5 
4 11 45-8 
4 12 9-4 
4 12 21 
4 12 22-5 
4 13 10-4 
4 13 11-1 
4 13 47-7 
4 13 56-5 
4 14 0-8 
4 14 56-3 
4 15 56-3 

4 16 52-1 

4 17 9-1 
4 17 42-3 
4 17 43-5 
4 17 45-5 
4 17 59-3 
4 19 13-4 
4 19 24-3 
4 20 12-4 
4 21 2-8 

4 21 37-2 
4 22 9'3 
4 22 58-1 
4 23 5 
4 23 29-1 
4 23 32-6 
4 23 33-5 
4 23 48-7 
4 23 52-7 
4 24 24-8 
4 24 35-0 

4 24 36-3 
4 24 45-0 

4 24 + 

4 24 48-1 
4 24 59-0 
4 25 45-2 
4 26 10-8 
4 28 20-2 
4 28 33-6 


8 

+ 4-520 
0-746 
2-302 
2-301 
1-297 
0-749 
2-792 
1-267 
2-337 
2-420 
1-1JO 
4-489 
1-282 
3-959 
1-313 
3-11 
3-097 
3-052 
1-295 
3-488 
+ 1-622 
0-349 
+ 1-858 
0-704 

1-337 

1-707 
1-916 
5-621 
1-910 
2-026 
1-190 
2-989 
1-526 
3-925 

1-321 
4-233 
1-957 
3-05 
3-081 
3-081 
3-085 
2-450 
2-443 
1-710 
1-305 

1-711 

2-958 

1-303 
4-298 
2-973 
2-975 
1-883 
+ 1-321 


1 

1 
3 
3 
2 
S 
A 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1:: 

[1] 
1 

2 
1 

2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 

2 

1 
1 

[1] 
1 
1 

1 
3 
1 

1 
2 

1 
4 

2 
1 

1 
2 
3 

2 


39 7 14-2 
153 16 3-3 
123 12 36-2 
123 14 8-2 
146 29 15-9 
153 9 21-9 
103 5 32-2 
146 50 24-6 
121 54 41-8 
118 50 16-1 
148 5 33-1 
40 5 39-7 
146 24 57-7 
53 25 50-1 
145 55 46-2 
87 56 12 
88 55 34-0 
91 2 17-1 
146 7 50-6 
70 48 46-0 
140 30 9-7 
160 46 26-2 
135 21 58-1 
153 7 47-6 

145 16 34-3 

138 35 23-2 
133 47 30-7 
25 27 13-7 
133 57 0-7 
130 55 4-6 
147 17 51-7 
93 56 58-5 
141 55 9-4 
55 2 25-3 

145 15 47-7 
46 27 35-0 
132 27 41-3 
90 50 6 
89 39 14-4 
89 38 36-7 
89 26 33-7 
117 49-0 
117 15 57-0 
138 7 6-6 
145 20 17-6 

138 5 22-2 
95 23 3-4 

95 23 + 

145 22 1-2 
45 3 48-9 
94 38 56-8 
94 33 58-0 
134 32-2 
144 54 14-2 


-9-56 
9-59 
9-46 
9-46 
9-47 
9-47 
9-36 
9-38 
9-34 
9-23 
9-23 
9-11 
9-11 
9-03 
9-06 
8-99 
9-00 
8-93 
8-98 
8-87 
8-91 
8-96 
8-83 
8-78 

8-69 

8-66 
8-61 
8-51 
8-61 
8-58 
8-51 
8-45 
8-42 
8-29 

8-31 
8-20 
8-19 
8-15 
8-12 
8-11 
8-11 
8-10 
8-10 
8-08 
8-08 

8-06 
8-02 


1 
1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

[1] 
1 
2 
2 

2 
1 

1 
2 

2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 

2 
1 

1 

[1] 
1 

1 
1 
3 
1: 

1 
2 

1 
4 


Cl; B; vRi; cC 


1 

1 
3t 
3t 
2 
2 
5 t 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1* 
3 
2 
0* 
2 
1 
2 
2 

2 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2* 
3 

6r 

2 
1 

1 

5 
5 
5 
3 
1 
1 
2 

1 

6 



2 
1 
1 
2 
3 

2 


2619 
2620 
2621 
86X8 
2623 
2618 
2625 
2624 
2626 
2627 




vF; S;R;gbM 






)B; pL; R; bM;npof2 ... 
B; vL; vmE32 :) -2; psmbM... 
vB; vL; R; smbM;2st*10nf 
F; S; R; vS*fd sf 




A. 600 








IV. 26 




; vB; S; R; ps, vsbM;r... 
vF; R; pL; vlbM 








vB; pS; IE; psvmbM 






vF; vS;E;gvlbM;r 






B; pL;E;smbMN = #ll ... 
Cl; pRi;lC;stL 


VIII. 85 




2628 
312 
2629 




pB;lE;gbMEN; Jp 






Cl; vL; lRi;IC;stl0...12... 
B;pS;R 








D'Arrest, 42 


vF; S; R; *13nr 




II. 464 
III. 490 


F; vS; R 


313 

2630 




cF;pS;lE; vgbM; *llsf ... 
vB; pS; R; grabM; am3st... 






Aiiw. N. 20 


!!!; vF; S; variable (Hind)... 
cF;S; R; vglbM 


2631 
2633 
2632 
2634 

2635 

2636 
2637 








Cl; vIC; ab20scst 






pF; S; E; gbM 






vB; vL; mE; vgpmbM; *14 




A. 338 ? ? 


attn. 
B; vL; vg, svmbM; 15' c 
in R.A. 
F;S;R;bM 








F; S; R;gbM 


II. 768 




pB;S;lE;bNM; P B#n .. 
vF;S;R;gbM; *nf 


2638 
2639 
2640 
314 
2641 
315 

2642 









pF; S; R; *13nf 1' 




pB; S; R; pgbM; 2S st sf .. 
eF; bM; bet 2 st 


HI. 587 






pF;S;R;bM 


1.217 




pB; vL; iR; mbM; *8 
350, 2'. 
F; S; E;glbM 




VIII. 70 




Cl; vL; pRi; 1C; stL 


2643 




pF; S; R; gbm; *12, 287'8 
vF;iF; vlbM; bet * & *14. 
F; pS; R; r; pofDneb 
F; vS; R; r; fofDneb 
F; pL; IE 132; *42,80".. 
pF; pS; R; gbM 




D'Arrest, 43 


316 
3! 7 

318 
2644. 
2645 
2646 
2648 

2647 
319 

I 319,Q 
2649 

2650 
2651 


II. 8 
II. 9 
II. 7 












vF; vS 






vF; S; R; bM 






B; pL; mE!5-0; smbM; p 
of 2. 
F; S; R; bM 






1.158 




pB; pL; R; gmbM 


U. 3 novae 






8-06 
7-97 
7-94 
7-90 
7-76 
-7-76 


2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 


eF; pL; IE; ('of 2 


VI. 26 
III. 585 
III. 586 




Cl; vF; pS; C; steS 








eF; S; E90+ 




F- S; E- vglbM 





A. 339 ? ? 


B; L; mEl05-8; 1 
vg, vsmbMN5". / 



i si Tin 



62 



SIE J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


Ho. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Eemarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
ofNebulre. 


Sir W. H.' 

Classes 

and \i ':<. 


Other 

Authorities. 


876 

877 

878 

879 
880 

881 
882 
883 
884 
885 
886 

887 

888 
889 
890 
891 
892 

893 
894 
895 
896 
897 
898 
899 
900 
901 
902 
903 
904 
905 
906 
907 
908 
909 
910 
911 
912 
913 
914 
915 
916 
917 
918 
919 
920 
921 
922 
923 
924 
925 
926 
927 
928 
929 
930 
931 


h. 
320 
321 
320,o 


H. 
II. 524 
11.514 




h m s 
4 29 6-8 
4 29 26-0 
4 29 34 

4 29 47-5 
4 30 7'9 

4 30 19'9 
4 31 14-0 
4 32 20-0 
4 32 36-3 
4 32 36-5 
4 33 1-4 

4 33 57-4 

4 34 26-6 
4 34 36-9 
4 35 29'3 
4 35 30-1 
4 35 45 

4 36 51-6 
4 37 7-2 
4 37 41-4 
4 37 54-5 
4 38 37.3 
4 38 42-3 
4 38 43-9 
4 38 49-7 
4 39 0-9 
4 39 28-8 
4 39 36-7 
4 39 37-6 
4 40 44-9 
4 40 45-1 
4 41 2-4 
4 41 23-7 
4 41 59-7 
4 42 20-4 
4 42 46-2 
4 43 32-0 
4 43 34-7 
4 44 19-2 
4 44 35-4 
4 44 39-1 
4 44 41-5 
4 45 16-3 
4 45 22 
4 45 32-3 
4 45 44-3 
4 4-5 44-3 
4 46 9-1 
4 46 12-6 
4 46 18-6 
4 47 6-7 
4 48 23-2 
4 48 30-2 
4 48 47-0 
4 49 1-9 
4 49 42-0 


+ 2-999 
3-064 
3-00 

4-558 
2-995 

+ 2-995 
-0-756 

+ 2-598 
3-227 
3-226 
3-055 

2-878 

3-005 

2-686 
3-028 
0-266 
3-08 

2-950- 
0-206 
2-879 
+ 3-500 
0-201 
-0-531 
-0-177 
+ 3-015 
2-954 
1-952 
2-962 
1-950 
3-310 
3-361 
4-268 
2-947 
1-811 
0-236 
3-007 
+ 0-930 
0-404 
0-228 
+ 3-010 
2-276 
1-665 
2-999 
3-00 
2-999 
2-999 
2-999 
2-212 
2-999 
0-875 
+ 3-104 
0'339 
0-345 
0-146 
0-203 
-0-302 


1 

2 

[2] 

1 

1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 

2 

2 
1 
1 

1 
[1] 

1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 

[2] 
2 

2 
1 
3 
1 

2 
2 

1 
5 

1 


93 26 37-9 
90 25 50-1 
93 28 48 

39 50 13-9 
93 35 45-6 

90 30 45-6 
162 8 7'3 
110 55 34-4 
82 56 7-6 
82 57 2-6 
90 49 38-5 

98 52 48-9 

93 8 53-1 
107 16 3-1 
92 2 39-5 
156 4 46-4 
89 39 1 

95 35 42-8 
156 27 51-3 
98 47 13-9 
71 11 21-8 
159 5 7-6 
160 51 32-6 
158 56 26-9 
92 38 59-9 
95 24 18-2 
131 45 5-5 
95 2 37-7 
131 46 55-1 
79 19 18-7 
77 6 7-7 
46 33 17-5 
95 41 12-2 
135 2 6-8 
156 4 5-2 
93 18-8 
149 30 3-8 
160 4 2-6 
159 4 32-7 
92 51 28-0 
122 12 45-4 
138 3 31-4 
93 14 46-4 
93 21 
93 20 46-4 
93 20 46-4 
93 8 46-4 
124 10 25-0 
93 18 35-2 
150 2 6-7 
88 35 49-3 
159 35 14-9 
159 37 5-2 
158 27 26-8 
158 47 31-4 
159 20 44-2 


7-67 


1 

2 
[2] 

1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 

2 
1 
1 
1 

[1] 

1 
3 

1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 

[2] 
2 

2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
5 
1 


F; S; iF; IbM; 2st sf 


2 
3 


1 

1* 



1 
1 
3 

2 
2 

4 

3t 
1 
1 
1 


2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
3* 

1 
2 
3 


4 

( 
10 

2 
1 
3 
1* 
2 
2 
1 
5 
1 




7-63 
7-63 

7-57 

7-58 

7-58 
7-59 
7-42 
7'38 
7-38 
7-35 

7'27 

7-23 
7-23 
7-15 

7-22 
7-12 

7-04 
7-09 
6-97 
6-94 
6-98 
6-98 
6-97 
6-87 
6-86 
6-85 
6-81 
6-83 
6-71 
6-71 
6-65 
6-66 
6-64 
6-66 
6-54 
6-54 
6-58 
6-51 
6-40 
6-42 
6-42 
6-32 
6-33 
6-32 
6-32 
6-32 
6-30 
6-26 
6-31 
6-19 
6-17 
6-16 
6-14 
6-12 
-6-06 


vF; pL; mEO...90; B *nf. 
vF; S; *20, 270, 5 s ; II. 524 
p(R). 
F; cL; iF; 6or7st + neb ... 
vF; E90...180;sbM; B*p 
40 s . 
MS 


D'Arrest, 44 


V. 49 


322 

322, 
2653 
2652 
323 
324 
325 

r | 

L2654J 
327 
2655 






R. nova 




vF; pL; RjglbM 






Neb. No description 


III. 952 
III. 953 
11.515 

II. 522 
1.122 




eF; S; R; *8sp; p of D neb 
eF; vS; fofDneb 






F;S;R;bM;*9nfl2 s -5... 
vF; P S; R; vgbM; r; *nfl' 
cB;L;R; vgbM;er 








eF; vS; R; bet2st 


II. 525 




F;pL;IE 


2656 




CI;pL;pRi; prnC; stll...l6 
F; R; cometary; A witli 2 st 
18, f. 
eF; vS; iR; bM 




D'Arrest, 45 


328 
2657 
329 


III. 588 




F;S;R;gbM 


II. 523 
VIII. 8 




F; vS; iR; bM; *7 np 




Cl; vL; stL,sc 


2660 
2662 
2661 




F;pS; R;gbM 






pF;L; vIE; vglbM 






vF; S; R;glbM 


II. 526 




F;cS; R; IbM 


330 
2658 
331 
2659 
332 




eF; IF;? 






F; pS; pmE; glbM 


III. 589 




pF; pS; iE90 + ; bM 




vF;S;lE;glbM 


VII. 1 
VIII. 7 
VIII. 59 

II. 547 




CIofL&Sscst 




Cl; IRi; stL&S 






Cl; !Ri;lC;pL 


333 

2663 
2664 




eF;pL; R; IbM 




eF; R; att to#14 






eF;S; R 


IK. 501 




vF; vS 


2665 
2667 
2669 


A. 296 ? ? 


B;L;smbMN 




vF; S; att to #10 






vF; pL; ill; r 


III. 502 




vF; S 


2666 
2668 
334, a 




vB; L; iR; 4stinv 






vF; S; R; rorst inv 




R. nova 
D'Arrest, 46 


R.MS 




vF; vS; 11.527, f!2 s + 


334 
334,6 
334, c 
2670 


11.527 


P F;S;R;bM;*7,225+... 


R. nova 
R. nova 




vF;S;R; vglbM 




II. 528 




F; S;lbM 


2671 
335 

2672 
26/3 
2674 
2675 
2677 




pB; pL; iR; pgmbM 






vF; vS; aravSst; L#sp 
F; S; R 










F;S;R 






vF; E; vlbM 






; pB; L; R; rr 






pB; pS; R; glbM 









OF KEBU1, .I: AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



63 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logua 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jon. 0. 


Annual 

I'nvossion 
in 
Right 

Ascension 
for is -ill. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 

l> i*tsnce 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

tlllH'S 

of Obs. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catali 
of Nebula 1 


SirW. li: 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities, 


932 
933 
934 
935 
936 
937 
938 
939 
940 
941 
942 
943 
944 
945 
946 
947 
948 
949 
950 
951 
952 
953 
954 
955 
956 
957 
958 
959 
960 
961 
962 
963 
964 
965 
966 
967 
968 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 
974 
975 
976 
977 
978 
979 
980 
981 
982 
983 
984 
985 
5062 
986 
987 
988 
989 
990 
991 


h. 
336 
2676 
2680 
2678 
2683 
2679 
2682 
338 
337 
2684 
2685 
339 
339,o 
2686 
2687 
2681 
340 
340, a 
2688 


H. 
IV. 32 




hln 8 

4 50 1-9 
4 50 25-3 
4 50 27-0 
4 50 48-7 
4 50 53-7 
4 51 8-5 
4 51 15-3 
4 51 15-6 
4 51 32-4 
4 51 44-5 
4 51 46-1 
4 51 47-1 
4 51 + 
4 52 0-4 
4 52 2-6 
4 52 16-4 
4 52 18-9 
4 52 + 
4 52 20-4 
4 52 39 
4 52 41-7 
4 52 57-2 
4 53 0-9 
4 53 21-2 
4 53 22-6 
4 53 43-2 
4 53 49-2 
4 54 8-4 
4 54 18-5 
4 54 19-0 
4 54 31-9 
4 54 49-4 
4 54 51-1 
4 54 58-2 
4 55 7'9 
4 55 12-5 
4 55 13-8 
4 55 16-5 
4 55 18-9 
4 55 19-4 
4 55 26 
4 55 36-9 
4 55 37-8 
4 55 45-0 
4 55 49-5 
4 55 55-7 
4 56 5-5 
4 56 15-6 
4 56 190 
4 56 24-5 
4 56 31-9 
4 56 42-0 
4 56 51-7 
4 57 15-1 
4 57 18-4 
4 57 22-2 
4 57 29-6 
4 57 39-7 
4 57 48-0 
4 57 48-9 
4 57 50-3 


+ 2-959 
+ 2-333 
0-443 
+ 0-866 
0-427 
H- 1-342 
0-544 
3-253 
+ 4-753 
-0-473 
0-370 


1 

3 

1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

5 
3 
1 
ft: 

3 
[2] 
3 
1 
3 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
3 
1 
5 
1 

a 

2 

1 
5 
2 
1 
3 
1 


Of// 

95 5 43-5 
120 6 11-1 
160 5 32-0 
149 58 0-1 
159 59 14-9 
143 35 14-3 
153 13 27-7 
81 58 39-1 
37 19 51-9 
160 13 0-0 
159 39 49-3 
90 42 45-3 
90 42+ 
157 8 55-2 
157 7 48-2 
110 34 42-9 
90 28 7-5 
90 28 + 
15? 16 42-8 
98 4 
159 37 11-4 
97 58 11-7 
159 34 7-3 
93 32 9'9 
157 8 36-5 
158 52 23-4 
156 53 44-7 
158 59 17-0 
157 18 56-9 
158 17 20-9 
159 24 10-2 
159 25 17-8 
116 14 38-2 
93 30 26-1 
159 23 11-7 
157 23 32-0 
159 25 6-0 
158 24 26-3 
66 33 18-3 
160 1 59-0 
.98 26 48 
160 39 49-9 
159 27 21-9 
94 55 35-9 
155 25 43-1 
66 25 21-1 
128 55 2-2 
156 43 53-0 
156 41 5-0 
88 34 31-3 
156 37 13-3 
157 54 38-9 
152 14 11-8 
160 26 16-8 
159 36 32-1 
158 28 4-4 
156 39 56-0 
158 37 42-3 
153 20 44-3 
159 46 2-3 
156 33 59-9 


-5-95 
5-93 
6-00 
5-93 
5-97 
5-89 
5-91 
5-83 
5-77 
5-90 
5-89 
5-79 

5-86 
5-86 
5-77 
5-75 

5-84 
5-73 
5-82 
5-71 
5-79 
5-67 
5-75 
5-72 
5-71 
5-70 
5-67 
5-67 
5-66 
5-64 
5-56 
5-53 
5-61 
5-60 
5-60 
5-59 
5-49 
5-60 
5-49 
5-57 
5-57 
5-47 
5-53 
5-43 
5-46 
5-50 
5'50 
539 
5-49 
5-47 
5-44 
5-44 

5-42 
5-40 
5-39 
5-36 
5-39 
5-37 


1 

3 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

5 
3 
1 
1:: 

3 

[2] 
3 
1 
3 
I 
3 
2 
1 
1 


1 
1:: 

2 
1 
1 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
3 
1 
5 
1 
2 
2 

1 
5 
2 
1 
3 
1 


cB; S; mbM 


3 
3 
1 

2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

5 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 

3 
1* 
3 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1* 
1 

1 
1 
1* 
1 
1 
1 
l*t 
3t 
1 

5t 
1 

2 
2 
1 
1 

5t 

2 
1 
3 

1 




F; S; vlE;glbM; *10, 75". 
Cl;vF;S 




A. 73? 




F; L; R; vglbM; * att 
F;pS;lE;r 










pF; S; R; pmbM 






F;pS; R; vglbM 






S; R; rrr 






Cl; vL; pRi; 1C; stL and S 
; B; S; iR; rrr;stl4 
Cl; pB; S 




A. 76? 




11.516 




+ 3-057 

0-043 
0-046 
2-592 
+ 3-063 

+ 0-022 
+ 2-89 
0-366 
+ 2-893 
-0-358 
+ 2-994 
+ 0-038 
0-238 
+ 0-073 
-0-259 
+ 0-009 
-0-143 
0-335 
0-339 
+ 2-440 
+ 2-994 
-0-335 
-0-006 
0-340 
-0-166 
+ 3-630 
-0-456 
+ 2-88 
0-581 


F; S; R; bM; p of 2 


R. nova 


No description 




vB;S;Eorbi-N; bM; spo(2 
vF; S;R;sbM;2stnr; nfofS 
pF; pL; R;glbM . 














pF; S; iR; pslbM 
No description 




R. nova 




F;pS; R; vglbM 




D'Arrcst, 47 


pF; pL; lbM;h. 341 nr 
Cl; pF; S; R; 2nd of 3 
F; R; *13, s 


2689 
341 
2690 












Cl; pB; pS; pmE; st!2 
vF; pL; 2B st v nr 


III. 503 




2691 
2694 
2693 
2695 
2696 
2697 
2698 
2699 
2692 
342 
2702 
2701 
2704 
2703 

2705 




Cl;pL;lRi;lC;stl0...15.. 
S; R; close J in M 










eF; pS; R; gbM 






pB; L; R;gmbM 






pF; pS; R; 2st att 






B; R;r 






vF;S;lstof4 




A. 114 


B; pL; R; gbM; r; 2nd of 4 




F; vL; vmE; vgvlbM 
eF; vS; *12, sf 










F; S;3rd of 4 






Cl; pS; IRi; stvS 






pB; vS; R; 4th of 4 






vF; R; p of 2 


VIII. 43 




Cl; stL, vcsc 




eF;pL;iR 




D'Arrest, 49 


F; pL; pmE; 2 or Sstllnf... 
F; S; R; *13att, 135 


2708 
2707 
343 

2706 








-0-350 
+ 2-962 
0-266 
3-634 
2-037 
0-087 
0-093 
3-104 
+ 0-102 
-0-092 
+ 0-631 
-0-543 

-0-185 
+ 0-091 
0-213 
+ 0-509 
0-416 
+ 0-105 


vF; S; R 






vLdift' neb in zigzags?? 




A. 167 


vB; pL; R; gbM; f of 2 ... 
Cl; pC; stL and S 


VII. 21 


2700 

2709 
2710 




vF; pL; vglbM . 






vF; S; SvSst inv 






CI;L; mC; * 9 


HI. 453 




vS; vF 


2711 
2713 
2712 

2717 




vB; vL; vimE 






vF; S; R 






cF; S; R; glbM 






cF;S;gbM 






See No. 5062 


2718 
2716 
2715 
2720 
2722 
2721 






F;S;R;gbM 






3; L; iR; vsmbM 10 
Cl + neb; pL; pRi; stll...l8 
vF; niE;glbM; *7, 8np ... 
pB; pS; iR; rr 





A. 169 










pF; pL; ill; 2 or 3Bst nr ... 







SIE J. F. W. HEESCILEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'h 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


992 
993 
994 
995 
996 

997 

998 
999 
10110 
1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 
1005 

1006 
1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 
1013 
1014 
1015 


h. 
2723 
2725 

2724 
2728 
344 

I "f 

[2714J 


H. 




h m s 
4 58 11-0 
4 58 18-6 
4 58 23-2 
4 58 28-2 
4 58 35-7 

4 58 37-6 

4 58 42-9 
4 58 43-5 
4 58 44-0 
4 58 56-6 
4 59 12-2 
4 59 20-7 
4 59 52-1 
4 59 55-9 

4 59 57-5 
5 12-6 
5 20-2 
5 23-9 
5 36-4 
5 58-7 
5 1-0 
5 10-9 
5 34-1 
5 44-4 
5 51-5 
5 51-9 
5 2 1-9 
5 2 31-5 
5 2 37-5 
5 2 50-1 
5 3 4-7 
5 3 9-1 
5 3 16-9 
5 3 27-3 
5 3 54-8 
5 3 55-4 
5 3 56-0 
5 3 58-7 
5 3 59-1 
5 4 2-0 
5 4 22-1 
5 4 47-9 
5 4 51-8 
5 4 53-3 
5 5 2-2 
5 5 10-7 
5 5 12-8 
5 5 16-9 
5 5 22-7 
5 5 33-9 
5 5 35-8 
5 5 52-9 
5 5 56-2 
5 6 3-3 
5 6 3-7 
5 6 12-5 
5 6 28-0 
5 6 32-8 


-0-027 
0-590 
+ 0-093 
-1-562 
+ 4-041 

+ 2-860 

+ 2-643 
-0-390 
+ 0-153 
+ 2-797 
0-294 
0-109 
+ 0-170 
+ 2-993 

-0-926 
+ 4-723 
-0-542 
+ 2-056 
-0-426 
-0-4/2 
+ 0-710 
+ 2-260 
0-440 
+ 3-647 
+ 1-544 
0-344 
+ 0-128 
-0-159 
+ 3-453 
+ 2-071 
-0-448 
+ 0-086 
+ 2-340 
+ 2-341 
-0-586 
-0-054 
-0-643 
0-048 
+ 3-458 
+ 0-076 
0-049 
+ 0-104 
-0-595 
+ 0-834 
0-328 
+ 0-101 
+ 2-088 
-0-411 

-0-177 
-0-403 
+ 0-275 
+ 2-702 
-0-679 
0-381 
0-415 
0-278 
0-677 
-0-246 


3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 

2 


1 
1 

3 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
p 

1 
5 

2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
6 
1 
1 
1 
2 
l:i 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 


157 27 6-5 
160 38 26-5 
156 38 1-4 
164 29 44-2 
53 8 20-3 

99 20 30-1 

108 22 53-0 
159 36 16-7 
156 11 37-6 
102 4 3-7 
159 3 36-9 
157 57 2-5 
156 2 39-3 
93 32 59-7 

162 5 37-4 
38 7 8-8 
160 21 49-6 
128 11 33-0 
159 45 22-5 
159 59 38-4 
151 19 31-6 
122 8 40-1 
159 48 27-9 
66 4 49-8 
139 45 48-3 
159 16 55-8 
156 18 4-4 
158 11 17'6 
73 39 38-9 
127 41 47-0 
159 49 11-8 
156 34 15-4 
119 27 56-5 
119 26 7-1 
160 30 43-6 
157 29 41-2 
160 48 33-6 
157 27 2-5 
73 28 42-5 
156 37 3-5 
157 26 48-4 
156 23 46-6 
160 31 53-0 
149 54 12-5 
159 7 51-0 
156 24 57'5 
127 9 17-3 
159 34 33-2 
158 14 14-8 
159 31 45-1 
155 6 40-7 
105 53 13-4 
160 55 5-7 
159 23 56-5 
159 35 14-6 
158 48 40-9 
160 53 56-2 
158 37 28-8 


5-35 
5-35 
5-32 
5-36 
5-19 

5-23 

5-31 
5-31 
5-28 
5-21 
5-27 
5-25 
5-19 
5-11 

5-22 
5-04 
5-18 
5-10 
5-15 
5-12 
5-08 
5-03 
5-07 
4-94 
4-99 
5-04 
5-02 
4-98 
4-87 
4-90 
4-94 
4-92 
4-85 
4-83 
4-88 
4-86 
4-88 
4-85 
4-75 
4-85 
4-82 
4-78 
4-80 
4-75 
4-80 
4-75 
4-69 
4-76 
4-74 
4-73 
4-71 
4-62 
4-71 
4-68 
4-68 
4-67 
4-66 
4-64 


3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
2 

1 
5 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
6 
l 
l 
1 
2 
1:: 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 


1 
1 
1 
4 

2 

9 
1 


B; S; R; smbM- J + neb 


3 
3 

1 

2 
2 

4 

1* 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
4 

1 
1 
1 
3 

2 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
2 
1 
5 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
5* 
6 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 






eF; pL;iR 






vF; S; R; gbM 






eF; E; * 9att, f 


VIII. 61 
III. 500 
HI. 263 




Cl; pC; iRi; iF; stL . . 




pB; S; R; gpmbM 




eF; vS; stellar 


2727 
2726 
2719 
(147) 
2729 
2731 




; pB; S; R; pmbM; rr ... 
cB; L; R; vgpinbM- r 










pB; pL; vlE; vgbM; am st . 
No description 










vB; pS; IE; vsvmbM*9 ... 
CI; vL; pRi 






V. 32 




B; cL; R; bM ** 15; *10, 
318. 
vF; pS; R; vglbM 


2733 
346 
2734 
2730 
2736 
2738 
2735 
2732 
2739 








Cl group of 8 or 9 stlO 






eF; S; R 




A. 531? 


vB; vL; mE314;glbM;rr 
F; S; R;glbM 






A. 81 


F; pL; IE 




pF; pS; praE; vglbM 






)B; pmE; gpmbM; *13f ... 
F; pL; R; vglbM; p of 2 ... 
Dl; st c sc 






VIII. 41 




1016 
1017 
1018 
1019 


2737 
2742 
2741 
2745 
348 
2740 
2747 
2746 
2743 
2744 
2752 
2748 
2753 
2750 
349 
2749 
2754 
2756 
2758 
2755 

(199) 
2757 
2751 
2761 
2760 
2762 
2759 




F;S;R; vglbM; *llsf;? neb 
F; S; R; bM 








A. 233? 


B; vS; vsmbM;st + neb 




pB; L; cbM 


1020 
1021 






Cl; pRi; stL and S 




A. 549 


B; L; E; psbM 


1022 
1023 




>F; S; R; gbM; 2nd of 2... 
cF; S; R; IbM; f 




A. 235 


1024 
1025 




cF; S; IE; p of 2 






F; S; R; glbM; f of 2 


1026 
1027 






vF; S; R; r 






vF; R; s of 2 in Cl 


1028 
1029 






F; vS; R; vlbM; am st 






vF; R; 2nd neb in Cl 


1030 
1031 
1032 
1033 
1034 
1035 
1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 
1040 
1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1046 
1047 
1048 
1049 


VII. 4 




CI;L; Ri;lC; stll...l4 ... 
; vB; pL; R; vmC; rr ... 
Cl; pL; Ri; C; iF 


A. 236 








vF; S; p of 2 






Cl; pF; L; iF; st!2...15 ... 
vF; pL; vmEl62-0 










No description 






vF; S; f of 2 






vF; vmE; long ray; #llinv. 
F; S; R; 1st of 3 










F;pL;R;r 






F; pS; R; 2nd of 3 




A. 246 


B; L; R; glbM; r 


II. 292 


pB; ill; mbM; cSnfl' 


2765 
2764 
2763 
2766 
2769 
2767 




vF; pL; 1st of sev 






O?B;eS;lE 






cB; S; R;gmbM; 3rd of 3.. 
st + neb; 1st of sev 










Cl; L; Ri; st sc 





Br. 895 


Cl- L- vlC .. 





OF NEBULJE AND CLUSTEES OF STAKS. 



65 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Preowsion 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
?rcccssion 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &. 


Total 
No. of 

linirs 

fObs. 
l,v h. 
ndll. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula. 


>ir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and NOB. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1050 
1051 
1052 
1053 
1054 
1055 
1056 
1057 
1058 
1059 


h. 
2768 

2771 

2788 
2772 
2773 
2770 
2774 
2775 
2776 
2778 
2780 
2777 

2781 
2779 

2782 
2783 
2784 

350 

2785 
2786 
2787 
2790 
2789 
2791 
2792 
2794 
2793 
2795 
2796 
2798 
2799 
2800 
2802 
2801 
2803 
2804 
2805 
2807 
2797 
2808 
2810 
2809 


II. 


A. 170? 


h m s 
5 6 38-4 
5 6 46-2 
5 7 1-6 
5 7 20-8 
5 7 36-6 
5 7 38-3 
5 7 45-1 
5 7 56-4 
5 8 5-8 
5 9 20-8 
5 9 25-2 
5 9 29-8 

5 9 41-5 
5 9 51-6 

5 10 2-3 
5 10 8-1 
5 10 20-3 

5 10 26-0 
5 10 37-2 
5 10 59-4 
5 11 21-6 
5 12 2-3 
5 12 6-1 
5 12 19-1 
5 12 56-3 
5 13 6-0 
5 13 11-3 
5 13 27-1 
5 13 41-5 
5 13 58-4 
5 13 59-0 
5 14 5-5 
5 14 7-8 
5 14 8-8 
5 14 9'6 
5 14 16-2 
5 14 19-0 
5 14 26-2 
5 14 37-2 
5 14 37-9 
5 15 3-1 
5 15 15-7 
5 15 28-7 
5 15 45-0 
5 15 47-4 
5 15 53-7 

5 16 3-7 
5 16 

5 16 5-8 
5 16 20-8 
5 16 31-9 
5 16 32-3 
5 16 56-7 
5 17 3-0 
5 17 8-1 


s 
0-278 
0-909 
9-684 
0-060 
0-068 
0-651 
0-089 
0-343 
-0-785 
+ 0-078 
0-309 
+ 1-970 

-0-145 
+ 1-019 

-0-327 
0-326 
-0-379 

+ 4-138 
-0-337 
+ 0-220 
-0-316 
0-708 
+ 0-094 
0-312 
0-130 
0-321 
+ 0-185 
+ 0-071 
+ 0-376 
0-092 
0-386 
0-105 
0-423 
0-086 
0-434 
0-432 
0-434 
0-651 
+ 2-244 
0-435 
0-421 
+ 0-091 
4-452 
0-084 
0-362 
0-061 

+ 2-802 

-1-01? 
+ 2-124 
+ 0-245 
+ 3-935 
0-457 
0-092 
+ 3-802 


2 
1 

1 
2 

4 

2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
6 
2 

4 
3 

5 
1 
3 

1 
7 
l 
l 
1 
l 
5 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1: 


158 48 37-5 
nil 56 6-8 
174 12 38-6 
15? 27 15-9 
157 29 56-8 
160 44 41-2 
157 37 57-8 
159 8 54-1 
161 21 52-1 
156 28 44-3 
158 55 47-0 
130 12 20-1 

157 56 58-9 
147 33 40-1 

159 1 12-5 
159 38-8 
159 17 59-1 

50 48 30-6 
159 3 44-0 
155 24 46-2 
158 55 38-1 
160 56 56-6 
156 18 45-2 
158 53 22-5 
157 47 15-6 
158 55 37-6 
155 37 35-2 
156 27 4-8 
154 6 36-7 
157 32 7-0 
159 16 29-7 
157 36 46-0 
159 28 12-0 
157 29 23-3 
159 31 55-0 
159 31 1-6 
159 31 50-6 
160 37 52-6 
122 17 45-6 
159 31 47-2 
159 27 2-4 
156 16 34-6 
43 35 54-8 
156 18 45'8 
159 7 24-2 
156 28 16-1 

101 38 3-8 
101 38 

162 13 55-5 
125 51 33-8 
155 6 43-9 
56 44 33-9 

159 36 42-2 
157 28 36-8 
69 58 11-1 


4-65 
4-64 
4-88 
4-57 
4-54 
4-56 
4-54 
4-53 
4-53 
4-39 
4-40 
4-33 

4-37 
4-33 

4-35 
4-34 
4-33 

4-18 
4-30 
4-26 
4-23 
4-18 
4-16 
4-15 
4-08 
4-08 
4-06 
4-04 
4-01 
4-00 
4-01 
4-00 
4-00 
3-99 
4-00 
3-98 
3-98 
3-98 
3-88 
3-96 
3-92 
3-88 
3-74 
3-84 
3-86 
3-83 

3-74 

3-85 
3-74 
3-77 
3-67 
3-76 
3-74 
-3-63 


2 
1 
1 
2 
5 
2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
6 
2 

4 
3 

5 
1 
3 

1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1: 


t+neb; pB; IF; 2nd of sev 
F-, R; bM; r(?min. of R.A.) 
pF;L;iR; vsbM; r 


o 
1 
1 
2 
5 
2 
4 
2t 
1 
1 
6 
3 

4 
3 

5 

1 
3 

2 
7 
l 
1 
l 
l 
5 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 

2 

4t 

1 

H 

4t 

It 
1 

1 

H 
it 

i 
i 
i 

i 
i 

2 


1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
4 
3 












vvF; R; p of 2 ... 






pF- pL; R; gbM- f of 2 






Cl; vlCM;st9, 11. ..16 
pB- cL- R- vglbM- r 










B; S;1E; Jin M 






Cl; vlC; at 9, 






vF; S; IE- glbM 


1060 




A. 170? 
A. 508 


! vB;L;lE;vmCM;rr... 
! vB; vL; R; vsvvbM 
rrr. 
F- pL- R- vglbM 


1061 
106" 






1063 






F; S; mE45; vgvlbM; *11 
nf. 
;cB; S;R;gbm;2dof3 
Cl- vB- L- R- st!2 


1064 
1065 
1066 

1067 














B; pL; R; gbM; 12 s dian 
R.A. 
Cl; plli- pC- st 7, ... 


VII. 33 




1068 




B;L;iE;biN;Cl + neb .. 
F;S; R; vgbM; *7nf6'.. 
F; pL; R; vgbM ... 


1069 
10/0 
1071 








A. 172? 




eF; pL- R- gvlbM 


1072 
1073 
1074 
1075 
1076 
1077 
1078 
1079 
1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 
1084 
1085 
1086 
1087 
1088 
1089 
1090 
1091 
1092 
1093 
1094 
1095 

1096 
1097 

1098 
1099 
1100 
1101 
1102 
1102 
1104 






pF* L." iR* vgbM* T 




A. 173? 


vB; vS; R; r or stellar 
F; pS;iR;bM; ror stellar.. 
vF; pL; R; vglbM 






A. 173?? 
A. 247? 248? 




vB; L; R; vgmbM; r 




eF; pL; R 






pB: pL- R- vglbM 




A. 210 


Cl; L; pRi; stsc .. 




B; S- R- glbM 






Cl- IRi- 2nd of sev 






pB; R; gbM; 1st of group.. 
Cl ; 3rd of sev 










neb& Cl; biN 






pB; iR; biN; 2nd in group.. 
vF; 3rd of group in Cl 
vF; IE- gvlbM- r 














vF; L; R; vgvlbM; *12p .. 
4th N, of neb in Cl 










vF; Jp 






pF- R- vgvlbM- r 


VII. 34 




Cl; vF; plli; pC- iF 


2812 
2814 
2813 
1" 352^1 

\2806j 
352,o 

2816 
2811 
2815 
351 
2818 
2817 
353 




eF; pL 






pB; vS- R- bM 






vF- vS- R- #p25" 


II. 289 




pB; pL; R; r 


R. nova 


Makes a close D neb wit! 
h. 352. 
vF; S; R- glbM 








Cl- L- Sc- * taken 






cF- pL- E 90 D + vglbM 






Cl- L- Hi- 1C 






F; pL; H; sbM; r; st inv .. 
pF- pL- R- evIbM 






VIII. 4 




Cl; vlRi; vlC;st9...12 





MDCCCLXIV, 



SIB J. ]? W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Ecferonces to 


Eight 
Ascension 

1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 

Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 

of 

Obs. 
used. 


North. Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Freuesaion 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Eemarks, ic. 


Total 
No.ef 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
sndH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1105 
1106 
1107 
1108 
1109 
1110 
1111 
1112 
1113 
1114 
1115 
1116 

1117 
1118 
1119 
1120 
1121 
1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 
1126 
1127 
1128 
5063 
1129 
1130 
1131 
1132 
1133 
1134 
1135 
1136 
1137 
1138 
1139 
1140 
1141 
1142 
1143 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
1148 
1)49 

1150 

;iisi 

1152 
1153 
1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1158 
1159 
1160 
llffl 
1162 


h. 
2820 
2822 
2821 
2819 
2824 
2823 
2825 


H. 





h m s 
5 I? 44-0 
5 17 51-1 
5 17 58-4 
5 18 1-2 
5 18 7-8 
5 18 14-1 
5 18 22-1 
5 18 25-6 
5 18 36-3 
5 18 42-6 
5 18 52-3 
5 19 10-4 

5 19 10-4 
5 19 13-2 
5 19 17-0 
5 19 33-6 
5 19 35-7 
5 19 36-7 
5 19 39'1 
5 19 53-3 
5 20 10-1 
5 20 15-1 
5 20 33-0 
5 20 33-9 
5 20 52-9 
5 21 6-5 
5 21 8-1 
5 21 22*2 
5 21 40-7 
5 22 0-7 
5 22 1-5 
5 22 1-9 
5 22 3-0 
5 22 10-0 

5 22 14-9 

5 22 21-3 
5 22 24-9 
5 22 41-8 
5 22 43-6 

5 22 45-6 

5 22 54-5 
5 22 55-3 
5 23 51-4 
5 23 53-2 

5 24 26-6 
5 24 48-3 
5 25. 8-5 
5 25 37-5 
5 25 40-3 
5 25 47-4 
5 25 50-5 
5 26 3-9 
5 26 4-1 
5 26 16-7 
5 26 24-5 
5 26 31-0 
5 26 39-9 


0-112 
-0-495 
-0-180 
+ 0-4Z5 
0-302 
+ 0-813 
0-436 
+ 2-469 
-0-087 
+ 4-001 
3-011 
+ 2-881 

-0-416 
0-010 
+ 4-020 
-0-480 
0-833 
0-016 
0-453 
0-379 
0-496 
0-030 
0-014 
0-527 
-0-469 
+0-168 
2-947 
+ 0-113 
-0-480 
+ 2-875 
-0-473 
-0-198 
+ 1-666 
3-968 

+ 0-074 

-0-197 
0-204 
8-207 
0-195 

0-564 

0-082 
+ 0-039 
+ 0-358 
8-60S 

1-138 
+ 0-025 
0-034 
0-255 
+ 0-051 
-0-296 
6-56,1 
+ 3-605 
+ 8-003 
fl-362 
+2-738 
0-137 
3-085 


11 
1 

1 
2 
1 
5 
5 
A 
1 
3 
1 
1 

4 
1 
(2) 
1:: 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1:: 
1 
7 
l 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2; 
1 
2: 
3 

5 
1 

4: 

6 
1 

4 
<P 
1 
2 
3 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 


157 35 20-6 
159 47 44-6 
158 1 7-2 
153 10 14-8 
158 44 6-2 
156 46 1-1 
159 28 39-8 
114 39 39-5 
157 25 24-7 
54 4* 28-6 
92 3y 22-0 
98 15 15-9 

159 21 30-9 
156 54 4-5 
54 17 36-1 
159 41 31-8 
161 23 42-8 
156 56. 22-4 
159 32 47-1; 
159 8 15-0 
159 46 33-6 
157 57'^ 
156 54 44-8 
159 55 8-5 
159 36 35-4 
155 36 58-6 
95 26 56-0 
156 17-2 
159 39 51-5 
98 29 41-4 
159 36 55-4 
158 3 33-7 
136 5-1 6-2 
55 52 3-6 

156 16' 28-3: 

158 2 52-6 
158 & 19-6 
158 6 22-5 
158 I 49-5 

160 4 39-2 

157 18 4/-1 
156 30 33-4 
154 4 25-8 
160 16 48-9 

162 36 15-8 
156 34 43-9 
156 30 29-8 
154 52 39-3 
156 23 6-3 
158 35 32-3 
160 1 23-3 
68 5- 10-r> 
156 4 31-2 
158 5-7 2-5 
104 ft 58-5 
157 37 22-4 
167 51 34-3 


3-68 
3-68 
3-66 
3-64 
3-66 
3-63 
3-64 
3-55 
3-61 
3-48 
3-30 
3-47 

3-57 
3-55 
3-43 
3-54 
3-54 
3-52 
3-53 
3-50 
3-48 
3-46 
3-44 
3-45 
3-42 
3-38 
3-30 
3-36 
3-35 
3-22 
3-32 
3-31 
3-26 
3-18 

3-29 

: 

. 3-28 
. 3-28 
3-25 
3-25 

3-26 

3-23 
3-22 
3-14 

3-17 

3-14 
3-07 
3-04 
2-99 
2-99 
2-99 
2-99 
2-85 
2-96 
2-95 
2-85 
2-92 
-2-99 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
5 
5 
A 
1 
3 
1 
1:: 

4 

(2) 

2 
1 
3 
1 
1:: 
1 

7 
1 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 

5 

1 
4 
6 
1 

4 

o 

1 

. . 

3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 


eF; S;R 


1 
I 
1 
9 
I 
5- 
5 
4 
1 
5 
I 
1 

4 
1 

7 
j 
2 
I 
3 
1 
1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1* 
2 

H 

9 
f 

}' 

It 

4f 
6 t 

,* 

) 4 
2 
I 
2 
3 

I 

1 

1 
1 

I 
1 

2f 
12f 
2 


2 
I 
2- 


F;pS; II 


F;pS; R; vglbM; 3stl Op ... 
F;pL;lE; vgvlbM;*7np... 
Cl;BM;Uli;st7 














; pB; pL; R; pmbM; rr... 
vB; S; R; gmbM 








M. 79 


S;pL;eRi;eC;rrr 
F; S; R; r 


4016 
354 




VII. 39 
V. 33 
V. 38 




Cl;pRi; pC;R;st9.. .!... 
v diffused neb susp 




2827 
2826 




eL; strongly susp (2 in 
P.O.). 
CI; L;pRi;iR;stll...l6... 
F; R; gbM; am st 


A. 129 






M. 38 


Cl; B; vL; vRi;iF;stL&S 
No description 


(356) 
2830 
2828 
2829 
2831 
(369) 
2832 
2833 
2834 








F; L; IE 






e F ; pL 






B; S; R; vgvmbM; r 






vF; L; R; vglbM 






No description 






Cl; eF; L; iR; mC; rr 
|)B;pL; R; vgbM 










vF; pS; IE; r 






(See No. 5063) 


2835 






vF;pS; R 


III. 447 




vF; pL; iR; st nr 
Cl; vlRi; 1C; stlO 


2837 
2838 
356 
2839 
2840 
2836 
355 

I 2841 

2842 
2843 
2844 
2845 

j 2848 

: 2847 
2846 
2849 
2850 

2852 
2851 
2854 
2855 
2856 
2857 
2859 
357 
2858 
2862 
2853 
2863 
2874 








pR- pL- iR r; iu diff n ..... 






Diffused nebulosity 




A, 131 


i)F; pL- II- gbM 




F; p of group . 


I. 261 





P F; S;R;bM;4Bstp 
vB; L; R; b J* in M 




JpB; S; R;smbM\Dneb 
\ eF;R; stellar J 26, 80" 
2ud neb of group 










pF; S; R; 3rd of group 




A. 175 


!; pB; S; R; 4th of group ... 
vF; pL; follows a group 






A. 89? 


; P B;pS;R';glbM\Dneb. 
\ F;S;R;glbM/339 "I,50" 
pB;vS; R; bM;2st9*10f 
vS; neb + st 













eF; stell; *14+ neb 


A. 90 


pF; pS; iR; vglbM; *15, 
190-6, 60" 




pB; pL; R; bM 






eeeF; vvL; irr diff' 




A. 237? 


pF; .11; gbM;r 




pB; L; R; glbM; *9np 






Cl; cL; RE; st!3 






pB; S; R;psbM 






The 1st of a group of 7 - r 




M.I 


1 
2 
2 
1 
1 

! 2 


vB; vL; E135+ ; vglbM; r 
B;lE;sbM * 10&11 
pBiS;R; glbM 








III. 590 




vF;.S;R;smbM 


A.211 


Cl- Ri; 2nd of sev 









OP NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF BTAES. 



67 



So. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Eeferences to 


Eight 

Ascension 
for 
ixlo. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Preeesekm 
in 
Right 

Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
rf 
Ot. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
bf 
1860, Jan (I. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
used. 
Obe. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of nil the 
Observations, Kcmarks, &e. 


Total 
\o. of 
times 

hv h. ' 
nd H. 


SirJ. H.'s SirW.H.' 
Catalogues Classes 
of Nebula 1 , and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1163 

1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 

1168 
1169 
1170 

1171 


1.. 
2864 

2865 
2866 
358 


H. 




h in s 

5 36 46-8 

5 26 50-2 
5 27 15-3 
5 27 3-1 
5 27 11-2 

5 27 :i-'-7 
5 27 17-2 
5 27 26-0 

5 27 37-6 

5 27 43-2 
5 27 44'2 
5 27 46-7 
5 27 50-4 
5 28 1-0 
5 28 2-0 
5 28 16-4 

5 28 24-0 

5 28 29-2 
5 28 3-M 
5 28 32-9 
5 28 35-3 
5 28 36-5 

5 28 38'4 

5 28 39-5 
5 28 39-8 
5 28 41-1 
5 28 57-6 
5 28 59-3 
5 29 4-0 
5 29 5-5 
5 29 6-6 
5 29 12-9 
5 29 13-9 
5 29 20-4 
5 29 21-2 
5 29 24-4 
5 29 32-9 
5 29 35-3 
5 29 37-1 
5 29 37-6 
5 29 45-0 
5 29 51-1 
5 30 25-2 
5 30 49-7 
5 30 54-5 
5 31 22-8 
5 31 26-5 
5 31 36-8 
5 31 44-8 
5 31 59-0 
5 32 15-9 
5 32 40-9 
5 32 41-8 


1 
0-550 

0-569 
-0-363 
+ 3-966 
+681 

-0-358 
+ 2-094 
+ ;>-536 

0-361 

0-411 
0-132 
0-553 
0-361 
0-556 
0-555 
-0-129 

+ 2-945 

+ 2-958 
-0-019 
+ 2-498 
2-933 
2-969 

+ 2-948 

-0-393 
-0-419 
+ 3-897 
0-581 
-0-739 
+ 3-581 

2-279 
+ 3-042 
0-130 
+ 2-276 
+ 2-644 
-0-423 
+ 1-559 
3-711 
0-437 
1-559 
+ 2-914 
0-997 


3 

1 
I:: 

3 
1 

2:: 
1 
1 

4 

2: 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 

B.A.C. 
B.A.C. 

3 
1 
B.A.C 
1 

1 

1 
1 

4 

2 

3 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

2 
1 
2 

3 
1 

2 
2 
1 
6 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 


159 57 22-7 

160 2 51-7 
158 57 7-3 
55 57 28-2 
20 35 59-9 

158 55 26-2 
126 28 48-3 
112 2 39-9 

158 56 0-7 

159 12 33-1 
157 34 9'4 
159 57 36-7 
158 56 34-5 
159 58 24-7 
159 57 34-7 
157 32 34-9 

95 29 10-9 

94 56 2-3 
156 20 18-8 
113 26 9-6 
96 21-0 
94 26 50-5 

95 21 48-7 

159 5 49-5 
159 14 12-5 
58 6 38-4 
160 4 57-4 
160 50 53-1 
68 52 20-4 
120 53 59-1 
91 17 44-7 
157 32 21-3 
120 59 31-4 
107 55 16-0 
159 15 1-3 
138 46 56-4 
64 15 45-5 
153 18 40-5 
138 47 31-0 
96 48 42-9 
161 58 34-9 
158 50 55-5 
156 59 13-3 
156 34 8-5 
157 23 18-5 
159 51 17-4 
157 4 8-3 
141 1 12-1 
141 2 52-1 
159 16 53-2 
160 55 58-8 
157 37 1-3 
169 57 24-4 


2-91 

2-91 

2-89 
2-76 
2-67 

2-86 
2-79 

2-77 

2-84 

2-83 
2-82 

2-82 
2-84 
2-81 
2-81 

2-77 

2-68 

2-67 
2-74 
2-68 
2-66 
2-65 

2-65 

2-75 
2-75 

2-62 
2-72 
2-73 

2-63 
2-61 
2-69 
2-62 
2-60 
2-69 
2-62 
2-55 
2-65 
2-60 
2-57 
2-67 
2-65 
2-59 
'2-55 
2-55 
2-52 
2-49 
2-43 
2-43 
2-46 
2-44 
2-39 
--2-52 


3 

1 
1 
3 

1 

2:: 
1 
1 

4 

2: 
1 
1 

Is 

1 

1 
1 

B.A.C. 

B.A.C 

3 
1 

B.A.C 
1 

1 
1 

1 

4 

2 

3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
9 
1 
9 
I 
2 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
6 
1: 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 


F; pL; iR; vgbM; 2nd of 
group I 
r ; vL; vgbM; 3rd of group! 
vF;pL;R; 1st of 4! 


3t 

It 

lf 
9 
1* 

2t 

1 
2 

S 

2 
1 
It 

l*t 
H 
It 
1 

Mon.*t 

2 
3 

1 
3 

1 

Mon.*t 

1 

2 
2 
4 
2 

3 
2 
1 
1 
1* 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
6 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 








A. 136? 
M.36 




Cl;B;vL; vRi;lC;st9...11so 
cF; pL; iF; mbM; er; # inv 
(? P.D.). 
F; S; 2nd of 4! 


III. 747 


2867 
2861 
2860 

2868 

(456) 
2870 

2872 
28C9 
2875 
2876 
2877 

360 


A. 136? 




Cl;st8...11 


IV. 21 




F; vS; R; vsvml>M*12; 3st 
inv. 
fCl; pL; iF; 1st 9fl , 
< + group of 4n neb p!5; >< 
t_R;pslbM;3rdof4 j 
So description 


A. 136 


1172 
1173 
1174 
1175 
1176 
1177 
1178 








Cl; Ri; 3rd of sev 






F; S; 4th ofgrof 7 






4th of 4 






5th of gr of 7 






5th of gr of 7 1 D ; a vS neb np 
Cl; L; irr 




A. 213 
f M. 42= 1 
\ 6 1 Orionis ] 
42, c 1 Orionis 

A. 238?? 


1179 

1180 
1181 




! I ; 6' Orionis & the great nel 
!!; cM2 Orionis& neb 


V. 30 


2878 


vB; vL; IE; vgpmbM 
vF; vS ; stellar 


1182 
1183 
1184 

1185 

1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 
1190 
1191 
1192 
1193 
1194 
1195 
1196 
1197 
1198 
1199 
1200 
1201 
1202 
1203 
1204 
1205 
1206 
1207 
1208 
120S 
121(1 
1211 
1215 
121J 
1214 
12U 


HI. 240 
V. 31 


361 
362 


44, I Orionis 


vF; vvL; i 44 Orionis inv .. 
Cl; vB; IRi; stL, sc 


III. 1?? 


r M. 43= -) 

<> 144 Bo. V 
(^ Orionis J 


JIvB; vL; R, with tail;! 
\ mbM*8-9 J 

Cl; vL; pRi; iF 


2881 
2882 
359 
2883 
2885 






Cl; place of % 


HI. 865 




cF; S; R; psbM 




B; pL; R; gbM 






F;L;iR;3stp 




Chacornac 


! I ! ; variable (Chacornac) . . . 
vF; S; R; IbM; st nr 


2871 
363 
2884 
2873 




V. 34 


s Orionis 


!!t; eL; Orionis inv 


Cl; 4th of sev 






eeF; vS . 


HI. 269 




eF; vS; stellar 


2887 
2879 




Cl;eS-stll 16 






eeF; R;bM; diffic; p of 2... 
Cl; L- 1C- IRi 


VIII. 42 




2886 
2880 

2889 
2888 
2890 
2981 
2893 
(509) 
2895 
2892 
2894 
2897 
2898 
2899 
2907 




eF;cS-R 






vF; R; gbM; sts; f of 2 ... 
B# inv in N 


IV. 33 






F; pL- R- vlbM 





A. 178?? 
A. 21 4? 


0-350 

0-048 


Cl;stl3m 


vB;S; R; * + neb in vLCL 
B; S; stellar- r 




+ 0-014 
-0-110 
0-541 
0-061 
+ 1-433 
+ 1-431 
0-434 
0-764 
0-149 
4-411 




A. 21 5 


; B;pL;pRi; C; st 12 ... 
No description 








Cl;eL;vRi;vBvSNM 
eF; pL- R 










eF- pL- R- vlbM 






pF; P S;R;glbM;in Cl 
F- cL- II- v^lbM 










vB; S- R- psmbM 






vF;S;lE; bM;2st9nf 







K2 



SIR 3. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 

Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
>f Obs. 
byh. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1216 
1217 
1218 
1219 
1220 
1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 
1231 
1232 
1233 
1234 
1235 
1236 
1237 
1238 
1239 
1240 
1241 
1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 
1250 
1251 
1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 
1256 
1257 
1258 
1259 
1260 
1261 
1262 
1263 


h. 
364 
2900 
2901 
2902 
2896 
2904 
2905 
2903 
2906 
365 


H. 




h m s 
5 32 43-1 
5 32 48-0 
5 32 52-0 
5 32 57-5 
5 33 7'7 
5 33 16-8 
5 33 29-3 
5 33 31-3 
5 33 46-9 
5 34 26-4 
5 34 40-0 
5 34 47-2 
5 34 47-8 
5 34 48-5 
5 35 4-3 
5 35 11-2 
5 35 20-3 
5 35 26-6 
5 35 33-9 
5 35 39'8 
5 35 45-4 
5 35 51-8 
5 35 52-8 
5 35 58-0 
5 36 18-4 
5 36 23-5 
5 36 25-7 
5 36 27-9 
5 36 35-9 
5 37 1-6 
5 37 7-7 
5 37 8-3 
5 37 ll'l 
5 37 27-0 
5 37 35-8 
5 37 53-2 
5 37 54-6 
5 38 2-8 
5 38 3-3 
5 38 3-9 
5 38 14-7 
5 38 17-9 
5 38 24-3 
5 38 24-6 
5 38 27-3 
5 38 42-9 
5 38 49-3 
5 38 57-3 
5 39 6-6 
5 39 10-9 
5 39 21-0 
5 39 34-1 

5 39 37-8 
5 39 40-7 
5 39 49-8 
5 39 59-5 
5 40 1-0 
5 40 9-0 
5 40 35-0 
5 40 49-6 


s 
+ 6-02 
-0-177 
0-448 
0-583 
+643 
0-8)9 
0-624 
0-180 
-0-139 
+ 3-283 
3-019 
+ 3-028 
-0-964 
+ 3-557 
0-058 
0-585 
0-158 
+ 0-073 
0-804 
0-162 
0-553 
0-055 
0-163 
0-416 
0-553 
-0-710 
+ 3-273 
-0-160 
0-070 
0-391 
-0-444 
+ 3-375 
-0-644 
0-635 
0-522 
+ 2-300 
-0-479 
0-810 
0-557 
0-139 
0-485 
0-755 
0-652 
0-631 
0-624 
-0-438 
+ 2-174 
0-055 
+ 3-276 
0-646 
0-634 


1 
3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
a 

/W 

1 
1 

3 
1 

2 
2 



5 
I:: 

1 
3 
1 
1:: 
3 
1 
5 
4 
1 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1:: 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1: 
2 

1 
8 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


24 16 50-7 
157 47 24-3 
159 21 16-3 
160 3 5-6 
107 55 45-9 
161 10 19-2 
160 15 3-1 
157 48 16-7 
157 32 58-0 
80 59 3-8 
92 18 43-1 
91 55 43-7 
161 47 23-1 
69 57 43-0 
157 29-6 
160 2 26-6 
157 38 43-5 
156 6 50-8 
161 5 22-5 
157 39 47-1 
159 52 28-8 
156 58 42-7 
157 40 20-7 
159 8 38-7 
159 51 30-6 
160 38 22-6 
81 25 37-9 
157 39 3-2 
157 4 23-8 
159 17-4 
159 17 32-7 
77 10 43-0 
160 18 59-7 
160 16 15-3 
159 41 40-9 
120 8 42-2 
159 28 11-8 
161 5 21-8 
159 52 11-8 
157 30 8-4 
159 29 59-7 
160 45 15-4 
160 20 40-7 
160 14 33-7 
160 12 26-7 
159 H 36-6 
124 1 5-3 
156 56 50-8 
81 16 35-1 
160 18 26-8 
160 15 5-4 
90 15-7 

159 4 43-3 
159 10 18-3 
89 46 49-6 
112 3 59-6 
159 33 35-2 
160 45 20-2 
106 48 12-4 
159 43 48-3 


-2-21 
2-39 
2-39 
2-38 
2-27 
2-36 
2-33 
2-31 
2-30 
2-14 
2-13 
2-11 
2-23 
2-10 
2-18 
2-18 
2-15 
2-14 
2-15 
2-13 
2-14 
2-11 
2-11 
2-11 
2-08 
2-08 
1-97 
2-06 
2-04 
2-02 
2-01 
1-90 
2-01 
1-99 
1-97 
1-86 
1-94 
1-94 
1-94 
1-92 
1-91 
1-92 
1-91 
1-91 
1-91 
1-88 
1-79 
1-84 
1-73 
1-84 
1-82 
1-61 

1-79 
1-79 
1-68 
1-68 
1-76 
1-76 
1-62 
-1-69 


1 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
2 
5 

1:: 
1 
3 
1 

1:: 
3 

1 
5 
4 
1 

1:: 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1: 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 : 
2 

1 
8 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Cl; vllli; stll 


1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

4t 
l* t 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 t 
2 

5t 
1 

1 

3f 
1 
1 
3 
1 

5t 
4 
1 

; 

H 
if 

i 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 t 
2 t 
2 t 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 t 
It 
8t 

1 

8t 
3 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 






Cl; pL; pC; iF;st9...15 ... 
Cl; vL; Ri; vlC 










F; vL;iR;gbM 






ClofLst 






pB; pL; K; pglbM; #10pinv 
B;pL;gbM 




A. 98 
A. 218 




F; vL; vlE; vglbM 




vF; S; R;inpLCl 


IV. 34 

IV. 24 
V. 28 




O; pB; vS; vlE; r? 




B* in M of L, IE neb 






!irr; B; vvL; black sp incl ... 
vB; vS;lE;gmbM; r 


2909 




VIII. 28 




Cl; llli; ICjstpL 


2908 
2912 
2911 
2910 
2915 
2913 
(579) 
2914 
2916 
2917 
(593) 
2920 
366 
2918 
2919 
2922 
(608) 
367 
2923 
2925 
2926 
2921 
2928 
2930 
2929 
2927 
2931 
2932 
2935 
2933 
2936 
(642) 
2924 
2937 


A. 241 
A. 100? 
A. 240 


Cl; vL; Ri; st9...11 




vF 




pB; pL; R;gbM; incLCl... 
pB; L; iR; gbM; Istof3 ... 
; B;pL; R;gbM;rr 











A. 219? 


B; L; E; 2ndot'3 


Cl; no description 






Cl; vL; Ri 





A. 220 


B;L; R;bM; 3rd of 3 


vF;pL;R;gbM 






Cl; no description 






pB; S; R; gbM; *9,np 5'... 






Cl; vL;lRi;lC 






F; L;iR;glbM; r 






B; S;R; vglbM 






Cl; vL; Ki;stl2...15 
Cl; no description 









Lai. 10842 


*8, 9, with Fneb 


vF; R;gbM; 1st of 7 






F;S;lE;2ndof7 






vF; L; pmE 






vF; S;R;bM 






Cl + neb; mC; iF; stvS 






pB; S; R;gbM 






eF; vvS; vglbM 






F;pL;lE;gbM 




1 


Cl; vL; Ri; stl0...15 
pB; R; bM;pof2; *9 bet... 
P F; S; R; gbM; 4th of 7 ... 
IvB; P L;R;gbM;3rdof7... 
vF; 5th of 7 













A. 102 






neb; no description 






Cl; L;lC;stl3 






vF; pS; E; glbM; 2st 10, s.. 
Cl; poor; Sscst 


1264 
1265 
1266 
126" 

126 
126< 
127 
127 
127 
127 
127 
127 


VIII. 2 




2938 
2939 
368 

2940 
2941 

2934 
2942 
2943 

2947 


A. 103? 


B; R; 6th of? 




vF; vS; E; 7th of 7 




M.78 

A. 143 
A. 142 


+ 3-072 

0-409 
0-43 


B; L; wisp-sh; vgmbN; 3sl 
inv; r. 
F; L; E 


IV." 36 
III. 241 




+ 3-077 
+ 2-532 
0-499 
0-740 
+ 2-670 
0-534 


# with vF, Lchev 




eF; vS; R; gbM 




pB; pL; mE; 5st inv 






B; R;bM;rr; f ol 2 


III. 267 




vF;pS;iE;bM 




F;R;pofDneb 









OF NEBUL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

in 
Right 

.\MVMS-<IM 
for 1SSO. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.l'.D. 
for 

1880, 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all llu- 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
Df Obs. 
bvh. 
and H. 


Sir.T. 11. 's 
SatalogttM 

of Nebula'. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 

and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
128? 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1295 
1296 
1297 

1298 

1299 
1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 

1308 

1309 
1310 
1311 


h. 
2948 
2949 
2950 
2951 
2945 
2952 
2953 
2954 
2956 
2946 
2955 


EL 




h m s 
5 40 53-3 
5 40 54-2 
5 40 56-7 
5 41 10-5 
5 41 11-3 
5 41 11-8 
5 41 15-6 
5 41 18-8 
5 41 33-6 
5 41 38-9 
5 41 39-6 
5 41 43-7 
5 41 56-8 
5 42 5-1 
5 42 38-5 
5 42 43-0 
5 42 45-6 
5 42 47-9 
5 43 2-4 
5 43 7'5 
5 43 6-1 
5 43 7'3 

5 43 9-6 

5 43 9-8 
5 43 24-9 
5 43 44-7 
5 43 49-9 
5 44 23-6 
5 44 49-2 
5 44 54-6 
5 44 58-2 
5 45 6-7 

5 45 30-3 

5 46 27-5 
5 46 37-1 
5 46 40-1 
5 46 44-7 
5 47 56-7 
5 47 57-0 
5 48 7'4 
5 48 39-2 
5 49 41-3 
5 50 15-5 
5 50 16-8 
5 51 17-8 
5 51 46-8 
5 51 59-6 
5 52 7'3 
5 52 28-5 
5 52 34-6 
5 52 41-1 
5 53 11-9 
5 53 22-1 
5 53 26-1 
5 53 53-9 
5 53 54-3 
5 54 7-4 


0-550 
0-556 
0-532 
0-484 
+ 0-297 
-0-549 
0-554 
0-537 
0-536 


1 

1 : 

1 

2 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 
3 
3 
1 

5 

1 
It; 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 

(4) 

2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
5 
2 
2 
1 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
7 
1 
l 
2 
4 
5 
4 


159 48 52-3 
159 50 42-3 
159 4.'! -'.'<; 
159 28 20-2 
154 21 38-1 
159 48 24-2 
159 49 51-5 
159 44 57-5 
159 44 30-1 
145 35 32-9 
158 31 43-4 
107 39 20-4 
124 18 21-4 
159 31 7-6 
159 16 34-1 
158 59 18-4 
158 25 39-4 
157 23 26-7 
158 32 44-3 
57 29 38-3 
152 50 34-2 
158 20 10-3 

159 16 26-3 

142 8 17-1 
159 33 29-2 
161 23 47-8 
141 36 16-9 
156 58 0-9 
111 36 16-5 
160 42 13-8 
159 14 0-1 
158 35 56-7 

97 30 3-2 

161 2 46-7 
89 38 56-6 
159 49 44-6 
158 5 35-9 
140 37 4-7 
158 33 11'2 
157 29 33-8 
159 10 22-7 
153 42 41-3 
161 30 44-6 
160 6 17-6 
155 20 50-2 
110 3 13-8 
159 31 16-4 
40 6 11-5 
159 23 33-9 
66 42 23-8 
157 21 35-8 
116 39 52-1 
149 55 53-5 
161 12 17-0 
161 7 52-5 
157 27 0-8 
159 30 51-1 


-1-69 
1-69 
1-68 
1-66 
1-63 
1-66 
1-65 
1-65 
1-63 
1-57 
1-62 
1-52 
1-52 
1-58 
1-53 
1-52 
1-52 
1-51 
1-49 
1-49 
1-46 
1-49 

1-49 

1-43 
1-46 
1-44 
1-37 
1-37 
1-25 
1-34 
1-33 
1-31 

1-16 

1-21 
1-08 
1-18 
1-17 
1-01 
1-06 
1-04 
1-01 
0-89 
0-88 
0-88 
0-76 
0-64 
0-72 
0-55 
0-67 
0-54 
0-64 
0-53 
0-55 
0-60 
0-55 
0-54 
0-53 

1 


1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 ; 
1 : 
1 : 

1 

2 

1 
2 
1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
111 
3 
3 
2 

5 

1 
1:: 
1 
1 

2 
1 
2 
1 
3 

1 

2 
1 
5 

1 
1 
1 
5 
2 
2 
1 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 

7 
1 
1 
2 
4 
5 
4 


neb; np of gr of 4 ,. 


It 
It 
It 
It 
3 

H 

It 

It 
1 
1 

2 
1* 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
8 
3 
2 

5 

1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
2 
1 
3 

5 

2 
3 
5 

1 
1 
1 
5 

2 
2 
1 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
7 
1 
1 
2 
4 
5 
4 




A. 152?? 


neb; sp of gr ot'4 




B; R; fofDneb 






Cl; vF; mC; st+neb 






pF;L; R;glbM 






neb; nfofgrof 7 






neb; st'of gr of 7 






vF; II- #10vnr 






B; pS; R; IbM; #10, p 






+ 1-127 
-0-314 
+ 2-648 
+ 2-163 
0-495 


eF;pS; 11; vlbM 






vF; S; R 


111.270 




vF; eS; stellar 


2944 
2957 
2962 
2963 
2959 
2961 
(725) 
369 
2960 
2965 

2966 

2958 
(730) 
2968 
2964 
2969 
2967 
2971 
2970 
2972 

370<| 

2973 
371 

2975 
2974 
2976 
2977 
2978 
2979 
2980 
2982 
2981 
2983 


A. 594 


; B; pL; ill; gbM 


vF; S; mE; glbM; ?D 






0-450 
0-397 
0-298 
0-128 
-0-319 
+ 3-922 
+ 0-474 
-0-282 

0-450 


vF; pL; R; rr 




A. 184?? 


vF; S; R 




vF;S; R 






Cl; F; cS; irr 






neb; no description 




M.37 


Cl;Ri;pCM;stL&S 
vF;pS; iR; psibM*l6 







A. 185?? 
f A. 147? 1 
\151? 154?J 


; B; S; rr 


; B* pL irr II - rr 


+ 1-358 
-0-503 
-0-888 
+ 1-390 
-0-064 
+ 2-544 
-0-736 
0-444 
-0-331 

+ 2-897 

-0-817 
+ 3-080 
0-560 
0-246 
+ 1-446 
-0-326 
0-149 
0-438 
+ 0-369 
-0-922 
0-610 


eF- pS; R; 3stlO sf 






neb; no description 






pB- L- pmE; gbM#13 






pB;pS;R;glbM 






F- pS- R; gbM . 






vF-S;v!E;gbM 






pB- pS; II; gbM 




A. 153? 


eF; pL; IE 




F; pS; R; vglbM 


III. 448 


j 


eF- cS; IE; pslbM; er 


III. 510 


J 


vF- S- R- gbM 


VII. 24 




Cl- pL- IRi; pC; stS 




Cl- F; S; iF; vlC; rr 


1312 






eF- pL- ill 


1313 
1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 
1325 
1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 
1331 
1332 






eeF- vS; SstlOsp 






F- S- R- #llp 






F- pL- ill; vlbM; rrr 






; vB; vS; vsmbM; rr 
cF- pL- 11; vglbM 










vF- cL- vgbM 




A. 106 


Cl;pB;iF;gvmCM;stl5... 
pB- vS- R- gbM 




+ 0-162 
+ 2-584 
-0-505 
+ 4-659 
-0-481 
+ 3-647 
-0-131 
+ 2-401 
+ 0-765 
0-854 
0-837 
0-146 
-0-504 


III. 225 




eeF- pS- E; r 


2985 




vF- pS; R; gbM 


VIII. 68 




Cl notRi- l#7"i 


2986 
372 
2987 
2984 
2988 
2989 
2991 
2990 
2992 




pB- vS; R; gnibM 


VIII. 26 




Cl; pL; 40 or 50 st 8. ..15 ... 
F- pS- R; glbM 








vF- pS- R- gbM 






Cl- vlC- stL& S 






F- pL- II- gpinbM 






85; B; pL; R; gmbM; r ... 
F- pS- R- r; amst 









A. 160 


; pB; R; gmbM; rr; 
st!4...l6. 



70 



SIE J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Eeferencea to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


J? orth Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
'Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
^Catalogues 
of Nebula; 


SirW. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1333 
1334 
1335 
1336 
1337 
1338 
1339 
1340 
1341 
1342 
1343 
1344 
1345 
1346 
1347 
1348 
1349 
1350 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 
1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1368 
1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 

1377 

1378 
5064 
1379 
1380 
1381 
1382 
1383 
1384 
1385 
5065 
1386 
1387 
1388 
1389 
1390 


fa. 

2994 
2993 


H. 




h m B 
5 54 23-3 
5 54 34-6 
5 54 55-9 
5 55 1-4 
5 55 15-5 
5 55 39-0 
5 56 0-0 
5 56 13-4 
5 56 22-5 
5 56 50-7 
5 57 0-8 
5 57 13-7 
5 57 :i4-0 
5 57 46-1 
5 57 52-5 
5 58 9'8 
5 58 32-0 
5 58 35-9 
5 58 49-3 
5 58 50-0 
5 58 50-7 
5 59 33-7 
5 59 36-3 
5 59 39-1 
5 59 59-5 
6 4-7 
6 8-7 
6 12-5 
6 33-4 
6 44-0 
6 44-6 
6 52-1 
6 56-3 
6 1 19-1 
6 1 27-2 
6 1 42-0 
6 1 56-1 
6 2 6-2 
6 2 12-0 
6 2 28-9 
6 2 41-6 
6 3 59-9 
6 4 17-9 
6 4 39-8 

6 5 3-8 

6 5 5-6 
657 
6 5 7-1 
6 5 16-5 
6 5 25-2 
6 5 47-6 
6 6 2-3 
6 6 14-4 
6 6 21-3 
6 6 40-9 
6 7 57-9 
6 9 5-0 
6 9 18-6 
6 9 23-0 
6 9 26-6 


-0-503 

+ 0-090 
+ 2-482 
0-342 
+ 2-822 
+ 3-206 
6-638 
0-798 
0-274 
+ 0-836 
0-519 
-0-416 
+ 1-437 
+ 0-010 
-0-119 
+ 0-141 
0-316 
0-447 
+ 3-670 
0-345 
0-287 
1-702 
+ 0-365 
-0-325 
+ 4-765 
-0-229 
+ 2-927 
3-677 
3-405 
+ 2-923 
-0-750 
0-348 
1-295 
+ 3-569 
-0-056 
0-192 
+ 0-359 
2-539 
3-182 
0-171 
2-924 
2-990 
2-927 
+ 3-200 

0-516 
+ 2-168 

-1-817 
+ 1-331 
4-189 
0-196 
3-377 
+ 2-539 
0-087 

-1-404 
+ 1-799 
1-798 
+ 3-213 
2-061 


2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
o 

1 

4 
3 
5 

4 
1 

4 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

3 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
4 
2 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 


159 30 24-0 
155 51 30-9 
113 49 28-9 
158 37 0-8 
100 36 14-8 
84 16 44-3 
172 9 27-8 
160 56 36-5 
158 13 12-4 
149 7 34-5 
159 34 54-6 
159 2 0-5 
140 44 5-6 
156 24 55-3 
157 16 2-3 
155 28 41-2 
158 28 3-8 
159 11 59-1 
65 53 46-0 
158 38 5-4 
158 17 48-7 
164 21 22-3 
153 43 19-4 
158 31 0-8 
38 17 55-2 
157 56 54-0 
96 11 46-0 
65 39 16-9 
76 1 38-5 
96 22 39-5 
160 43 11-2 
158 38 48-1 
162 58 41-2 
69 29 42-5 
156 51 19-9 
157 43 40-5 
153 45 54-4 
111 43 53-8 
85 15 56-7 
155 15 14-6 
96 18 57-6 
93 30 5-2 
96 12 6-1 
84 31 53-0 

159 33 49-6 

124 4 30-3 
88 50 39 
164 42 26-7 
142 29 20-0 
50 6 21-0 
155 4 9-3 
77 9 55-9 
111 46 26-6 
157 4 22-5 
88 58 11-2 
163 22 10-8 
133 37 23-5 
133 39 27-1 
83 58 10-6 
165 24 21-8 


0-50 
0-47 
0-37 
0-44 
0-34 
0-29 
0-54 
0-35 
0-32 
0-25 
0-28 
0-25 
0-18 
0-19 
0-19 
0-16 
0-14 
0-13 
0-00 
0-12 
0-11 
0-09 
0-02 
-0-04 
+ 0-14 
0-00 
+ 0-10 
0-13 
0-15 
0-15 
0-04 
0-07 
0-04 
0-01 
0-13 
0-15 
0-18 
0-26 
0-29 
0-22 
0-32 
0-44 
0-47 
0-50 

0-42 
0-51 

0-39 
0-50 
0-60 
0-51 
0-63 
0-62 
+ 0-55 

+ 0-66 
0-85 
0-87 
0-92 
+ 0-76 


2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


1 
4 
3 
5 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

3 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 

1 

2 
2 
1 
1 


vF; S;R; fof2 


2 
1 

1 

! 

i 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
3 
5 
4 
3 
4 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 
1 
2 
8 
3 
3 
1 
2 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
1 
5 
2 

}; 

i 
i 
i 

i 

2 
5 

2 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 






eF; S;R 


II. 264 




F;S 


2995 
373 
374 
3009 
2998 
2997 
2996 
3000 
3001 
2999 
3002 
3003 
3004 
3005 
3006 
375 
3007 
3008 
3013 
3010 
3011 
376 
3012 
378 
377 
379 

3016 
3015 
3018 




pF; pS; ill; bM 






* (3 Monoc) inv in pL, F, n . 
Cl;L;pRi; vlC;stlO, 
F;pS;iR;bM 














F;lE;r 






eF; S; R; bM 






eF; S; R; *12 vnr 






F; vS; R; vsmbM; stellar ... 
F; pS; II; bM 










eeF; R; #15 att 






eeF; IE; *l6att 






F; pL; II; vglbM 






F; pL; R; vglbM 




-1.196 
A. 161? 


pB; S; R;gbM; 1st of 3 ... 
; vB; S; II; vgvmbM; rr.. 
Cl; pS; niC; vRi; nrA; steS. 
pF; S; R;gbM; *15attnf.. 
pF; pS; R; gbM 




VI. 17 


A. 193 








F; pL; R; gpmbM 






F; pL; 11; vglbM 




A 194 


; vB- R; mCM; rr 




Cl; pL; poor: stll 




A. 223 ? 


F; S: R; ebM 


IV. 44 


Nebulous *7; am 3 st 


M. 35 


Cl; vL;cRi;pC;st9...l6... 
Cl; S;lRi; pmC; J2.848... 
*9invF, pLneb; El 70 ... 
eF;L; II; glbM 


VIII. 24 
IV. 19 










F;cL; R; IbM 






pF; pL; R; embM 




Auw. N. 21 


#8m in neb (Bruhns) 


3017 
3020 
3019 
3014 
380 
3021 
381 
382 
383 
384 

3025 
3022 




eeF;pL;R;gbM 






F; vS; iR;lbM;r 






eF; vS; R 






F; pS; vmE; glbM 


VIII. 6 




Cl; pRi; 1C; stL&S 




vF; S; 11 


IV. 38 




pB *;L*neb; E90+ 




C1;L; vlC 


IV. 20 
VII. 25 




*ll&-4SstinvF, Lneb 
Cl;pL;pRi;pC; stL&S... 
fpB;pS;R;gbM"l Dneb; 
tvF;R;glbM / 12-5 
pF; pL; vmE; gvlbM 














See No. 5064. 
vF;pL;R;glbM 


3027 
3023 










pB; vS; E; vsbM; *9p5 s ... 
Cl;cL;C;iF;stvS 


VII. 57 




3026 




F; iF;glbM;2or3stinv ... 
Cl; L; Ri;gvmCM 


VI. 5 

II. 265 




3024 
3028 




pF; pS; vlE; pmbM; stnr... 
vF;pS; R; gbM 








See 5065. 
F; vS; R; bM 


3031 
3029 
3030 
385 
3035 










eF;pS;R; vlbM;?134PD. 
eF;S;R;psU)M;?134PD. 
* Chief of Cl 









S. 885 


DB; pL; iR; vgpmbM; r ... 







OF NEBULJE AXD CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



71 



Xo. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Bight 

AsCfllMOM 

for 
ISI',0, Jan. U. 


Aimiiul 
Prei. 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for IS<0. 


No. 
of 
Ohs. 
used 


Sorth Polar 
Distance 

for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
.Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs 
usec 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, ic. 


Total 
No. of 

times 
of Ob. 

liv h. 

.1 .1 II 


Sir .1. H.'s 
'ogues 
of Nebula?. 


sir \v. n.- 

and JJos. 


Other 
Authorities 


1391 
1392 
1393 
1394 
1395 
1396 
39? 


h. 


II. 
VII. 13 




h m s 
6 9 33-3 
6 10 13-2 
6 10 22-8 
6 10 23-9 
6 12 5-0 
6 12 33-1 
6 12 45-1 
6 13 34-4 
6 14 5-0 
6 15 36-9 
G 16 4-8 
G 16 25-2 

6 16 28-9 
6 17 5-4 
6 18 1-5 
6 18 1-9 
6 18 43-9 
6 19 44-5 
6 19 57-6 
6 20 1-4 
6 20 33-0 
6 20 49-4 
6 20 55-3 
ti .'1 0-8 
G 21 1-6 
6 21 11-0 
6 21 13-5 
6 21 49-5 
6 22 11-0 
6 23 28-8 
6 23 31-7 
6 23 42-4 
6 24 13-8 
6 24 53-4 
6 24 58-0 

6 25 51-9 

6 26 38-1 
6 27 5-0 
6 27 8-4 
6 27 23-7 
6 27 56-0 
6 28 25-1 
6 28 59-1 
6 29 25-9 
6 30 47-9 
6 31 2-3 
6 31 31-4 
6 32 24-0 
6 32 41-8 

6 33 16-0 

6 33 40-5 
6 34 32-6 
6 35 31-5 
6 36 26-7 
6 36 35-5 
li :t- 3-1 
6 37 7-0 


+ 2-622 
0-506 
2-551 
+ 2-399 
1-526 
0-423 
0-917 
-0-270 
+ 2-902 
2-532 
2-387 
3-539 

2-964 
1-753 
0-980 
0-983 
2-513 
3-372 
2-847 
2-536 
0-293 
0-231 
+ 0-22G 
0-136 
+ 2-963 
0-220 
3-473 
0-235 
3-233 
3-189 
+ 4-013 
-0-366 
+ 2-267 
3-189 
3-312 

+ 3-729 

-0-360 
+ 2-956 
3-269 
3-199 
6-043 
3-253 
2-153 
0-325 
3-329 
3-041 
3-278 
3-101 
2-462 

3-305 

3-354 
3-748 
2-236 
3-180 
3-154 
2-503 
+ 2-390 


1 
1: 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

; 

3 

1 
1 

(O 
1 

1 
1 
Z 
3 

2 

B.A.C. 
2 

4 
1 

(2) 

(1) 
I 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

(j) 

3 
3 


108 36 47-3 
152 29 50-0 
111 19 46-4 
116 43 35-4 
163 47 55-3 
159 5 2-4 
161 29 30-7 
158 13 12-4 
97 14 22-3 
112 58-2 
117 10 38-1 
70 35 28-2 

94 37 19-9 
134 41 54-5 
147 29 35-0 
147 27 30-0 
112 46 8-0 
77 16 45'6 
99 34 30-9 
111 55 24-9 
154 23 21-3 
154 52 49-6 
154 55 25-2 
157 27 7'2 
94 40 44-6 
154 58 9-5 
73 13 33-5 
154 51 45-3 
83 4 23 2 
84 57 32-2 
54 42 17-1 
158 50 33-8 
121 11 28-4 
85 9 14-5 
79 44 43-1 

63 35 16-9 

158 50 0-3 
94 57 53-2 
81 32 16-8 
84 32 14-7 
24 2 15-6 
82 13 44-4 
124 42 52-7 
154 1 23-4 
79 33-4 
91 20 42-7 
81 8 20-5 
88 43 47-6 
114 43 55-6 

79 59 24-7 

77 57 3-2 
62 53 35-6 
122 20 49-8 
85 17 *1-1 
86 24 51-4 
113 20 15-0 
LI 7 19 37-3 


+ 0-91 
0-90 
0-98 
0-98 
1-01 
1-08 
1-09 
1-18 
1-31 
1-44 
1-47 
1-54 

1-53 
1-55 
1-60 
1-60 
1-70 
1-82 
1-83 
1-83 
1-81 
1-82 
1-84 
1-84 
1-92 
1-85 
1-95 
1-91 
2-04 
2-14 
2-17 
2-06 
2-18 
2-27 
2-27 

2-36 

2-31 
2-44 

2'46 
2-49 
2-62 
2-58 
2-59 
2-58 
2-78 
2-79 
2-85 
2-92 
2-92 

2-99 

3-04 
3-12 
3-1.6 
3-27 
3-28 
3-30 
+ 3-31 


1 

1 

1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

1 
1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
2: 
3 
2 

B.A.C. 

2 

4 

(2) 

1 
1 
2 
3 

1 

1 
3 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 


Cl; L; pRi;lC 


1 
1 
1 
3 
I 
3 
1 
2 
5 
1 
2 


1 

1 
1 
1 
3 
I 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 

a 

i 
i 

2 
1 

4 
3 
3 
2 

7*t 


4 
1 

4 
3 
1 

2 
2 
3 
1 

2 
7t 

i 
6 

1 
2 
I 
* 
2 
3 
3 


3034 
3032 
3033 
3037 
3036 
3038 
3039 
MS 
3040 
3041 

387 
3042 
3044 
3045 
3043 

'388 
3046 
3047 
3048 
3049 
3050 




pF; S; R; bM... 






pB; pL; raE, 87- pslbMUN 






F; pS; vIE; pslbM 






vF; cL; R; gvlbM 






vB; pL; R; mbM; r 






vF; S- R- glbM- ** p 


396 




A. 201 


B; pS; IE; gbM; rrr ... 


1399 


VII. 20 


CI;cL;pRi;pC;st 11. ..15. 
vF;pL; R; vglbM 


100 




1401 
140-' 

140.'! 
1404 
1405 
1406 
1407 
1408 
1409 
1410 
1411 
412 
1413 
1414 
1415 
41G 
1417 
1418 
1419 
1420 
1421 
1422 
1423 
424 
1425 

1426 

1427 
1428 
429 
430 
1431 
1432 
1433 
1434 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 

1440 

1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 


* 




vB; S; R; psmbM; r ... 


Auw. N. 22 


F Cl (Markree Obs. Jan. 13, 
1853). 
Cl; P; vIC- st 6, 11 18 






Cl; B- P- st 8, 






vF; IE; v<*bM- p of 2 






vF; IE vgvIbM f of 2 






?; pL; R; vglbM ; 2st inv... 
Cl; pC; with neb? 


VII. 3.-> 
VII. 26 






Cl; P;lCM;st I2...15 
eF; R; * p 270, 90" 








F; S; R; glbM 






eF; vS; R; 1st of 3 






eF; S; IE; 2nd of 3 






F; pL; R; gvlbM; Jf ... 


VIII. 25 




B* (10 Monoc) + C1 


3051 
389 
3052 
390 
392 
391 
3054 
3053 




eF; S; 3rd of 3 


VIII. ! 




CI;eL; pRi; !C;stL & S... 
vF; S; R; *12nr 




VII. 5 




Cl; pRi;pC;st 10,12. ..15... 
*8 in L; P; BC1 




viii. 49 




Cl; pL; P; vIC; st 7, 10...15 
vF; pL; R; glbM 






A. 616? 

12 Monoc. B.A.C. 


pB; cL; R- vlgbM; 4' 


ML 2 
IV. 3 


Cl ; beautiful - st sc 


393 


)L; com; mbNsf aim*; 
*7'8 nf. 
Small cluster (Markree Obs. 
Dec. 23, 1853). 
pB; pL; R; vgbM; *p 
Cl; pRi; 1C; IF; at 8, 12. ..14 
Cl; vL; E; Ri; 1C 


Auw. N. 23 


3055 
394 
395 
:!96 

397 
3056 
3057 







VIII. 3 
VIII. 50 
VII. 54 
VII. 22 






Cl; vL; pRi; 1C; st S 




F- st eS 




Cl; S;pC; iF;st 11...15 ... 
F- S- IE- vlbM 






F;cL; R; vglbM; r; 17'-0d 
Cl- cRi- eC- IF- st eS 


VI. 28 
VIII. 48 
IV. 2 
VII. 37 




398 
399 
400 
3058 

401 j 

402 
403 
3059 
404 
MS 
3060 
3061 




Cl; vL; P; v!C;stL&S ... 
B- vmE 330- Ncom *1I 






Cl- vC; iR; bM; steS 




F; IE; bet 2 vS st; pslbM... 
5 Monoc ; Cl; ; f neb 


V.27 
VIII. 5 


> 15 Monoc. 


Cl; P; 30 or 40 st 12 13 


VI. 21 




Cl;pS;eC; Ri; st 11. ..15... 
B; S; R; 2or3sfrvnr 
21; vmC; not Ri; st vS 
Cl- 1C- not Ri 




VI. 3 
VII. 36 








F; S; R;gbM;amst 
F- pS- vIE- bM- r 













72 



SIR J. T. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Eeferences to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

iscd. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
?recession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Bemarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
af Obs. 
byh. 
smdH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1448 


h. 
406 
407 
3062 


H. 
11.615 
11.614 




h m B 
6 38 2-9 
6 38 2-9 
6 39 16-6 
6 39 30-5 
6 39 46-2 
6 40 39-4 
6 41 0-3 
6 41 34-1 
6 41 35-9 
6 41 39-3 
6 41 39-4 

6 41 44-2 

6 41 54-0 
6 42 3-3 
6 43 23-6 
6 44 1-7 
6 44 17-3 
6 44 35-1 
6 45 3-1 
6 46 55-4 
6 47 45-6 
6 47 47-1 
6 47 58-3 
6 49 15-4 
6 49 23-0 
6 50 51-9 
6 51 6-4 
6 51 23 
6 51 49-9 
6 52 55-6 
6 52 

6 53 4-4 

6 53 48-2 
6 54 46-7 
6 54 57-4 
6 56 12-5 
6 56 57-0 
6 57 7-4 
6 57 28-6 
6 57 33-2 
6 58 6-8 

6 58 33-7 

6 58 47-5 
6 58 49-2 
6 58 + 

6 58 54-3 
6 59 54-6 
7 6-6 
7 9-7 
7 27-9 
7 1 35-7 
7 1 52-0 
7 2 14-0 
7 2 47-5 


s 
+ 3-950 
3-951 
2-386 
4-223 
2-642 
3-002 
2-578 
3-944 
3-944 
3-944 
3-946 

2-414 

3-944 
2-414 
0-428 
2-124 
2-915 
3-086 
2-912 
3-501 
0-375 
2-910 
0-369 
2-911 
1-949 
2-9/1 
3-311 
2-89 
4-665 
2-898 

2-759 

3-145 

4-658 
4-661 
2-886 
3-100 
2-368 
4-663 
2-817 
1-912 

4-547 

3-741 
4-631 

3-986 
2-847 
2-949 
3-515 
4-627 
2-834 
2-775 
3-055 
+ 5-827 


2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 

1: 
1: 

1 

1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 

[3] 
2 
3 

2 

a 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 

2 

1 

(J) 

1 

1 

& 

1 
1 

2 
1 


5(j I?' 42-9 
56 15 56-9 
117 30 7-7 
48 47 17-8 
108 3 23-8 
93 1 23-9 
110 36 2-2 
56 23 51-2 
56 22 58-2 
56 25 16-2 
56 21 16-2 

116 35 49*0 

56 19 55-2 
116 34 19'9 
153 34 16-4 
125 50 56-4 
96 49 35-2 
89 22 44-1 
96 55 13-0 
71 49 12-7 
154 6 43-8 
97 1 26-2 
154 9 52-4 
97 1 24-8 
130 41 29-2 
94 24 15-0 
79 33 25-9 
97 45 24 
39 12 51-9 
97 35 39-1 
97 35 

103 30 44-4 

86 44 53-5 
39 15 39-4 
39 13 10-3 
98 8 46-5 
88 44 31-6 
118 30 13-3 
39 5 50-6 
101 6 47-8 
131 51 55-4 

41 10 42-0 

62 35 40-7 
39 36 2-6 
39 36 + 

54 39 36-3 
99 52 4-8 
95 24 37'7 
71 17-0 
39 36 26-8 
100 26 14-0 
102 57 4-9 
90 30 8-1 
24 57 49-7 


+ 3-43 
3-43 
3-49 
3-56 
3-56 
3-63 
3-64 
3-74 
3-74 
3-74 
3-74 

3-70 

3-74- 
3-73 

3-78 
3-88 
3-94 
3-97 
4-00 
4-09 
4-16 
4-24 
4-18 
4-36 
4-34 
4-50 
4-53 
4-51 
4-63 
4-67 

4-68 

4-75 
4-88 
4-81 
4-95 
5-02 
5-01 
5-02 
5-06 
5-08 

5-20 

5-19 

5-22 

5-21 
5-26 
5-29 
5-30 
5-36 
5-40 
5-43 
5-47 
+ 5-59 


2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 

[3] 
2 
3 

2 

2 
1 
1 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 

2 

1 

1:: 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


F; S;bM 


4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3* 

2}- 

2 

2 

1 

0* 
1 
1 
4 
1 
5 
6 

5t 
1 

4 

2 
7 
2 
2 
1 

2 

6t 


3 

3* 
1 

g 

8 
5 

1 
o 

3 

2 

4 

o 

2 


2 

6) 

1 
1 
J 

1 


1449 
1450 




eF; vS 




pF;pL;lE;gbM 


1451 

1452 


VIII. 71 
III. 271 
VIII. 31 




Cl; pRi; vlC; stpL 




3 or 4 S st + neb 


1453 


408 
411 
410,a 
410, b 
410 
409 

3063 

410, c 
3064 
3066 
3065 
412 
413 
414 
415 
3067 
416 
3068 
417 
3069 
418 
419 




C1;L; C;ablOOst9...15... 
vL; B; 1C; st 8 


1454 
1455 


M. 41 
R. nova 
R. nova 




S T o desc.; ft of Lord R.'s diag. 
yodesc.;y of Lord R.'s diag. 
eF; vS 


1456 

14^*7 


III. 898 
HI. 897 


1458 
1459 

1460 
1461 
146 




eF; vS 




fpB; R;gbMl~ 
{ if T> i \n t D neb ; am st 
(.eF; R; gbMj 

Nodescr.; e of Lord R.'s diag. 
eF;S; R; betst;Dnebp ... 
vF; S; R; vglbM 




R. nova 








1463 
1464 
1465 
1466 
1467 
1468 

146Q 




A. 578 


; B;pL;iR;gbM;rr 




Cl of 30 or 40 st 


VI. 27 
VIII. 39 
VI. 2 




Cl; Ri;L;iF;stL& S 




C1;L; P;1C 




Cl;pL; Hi; mC; st vS 




vF;vS;R;2st A 


VIII. 51 




Cl; P; vlC 


1470 
1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
1478 

H79 

1480 
1481 

1482 
1483 
1484 
1485 
1486 
1487 
1488 

1489 

1490 
1491 
1492 

1493 
1494 
1495 
1496 
1497 
1498 
1499 
1500 
1501 




vF;pS; vlE 90 


VI. 18 




Cl;pL;pRi;mC;stl3 




pB;pL; vmE 44-8:pslbM. 
Cl; 1C; not Hi 


VIII. 60 






Cl; P 




D'Arrest, 50 


F; vS;R 


420 
421 
421, a 

C 422"! 




eF 


11.304 




pF;S; R; r; S st inv 


R. nova 


Makes a close D neb with h. 
421. 

Cl; L; Sc;st8...9 
Cl of sc st;st 8, 9, 


VII. 14 

VIII. IB 
III. 874 

11.861 


\3070J 
423 






vF; vS;lE 


424 
425 
427 
3071 
426 
428 
3072 

429< 

432 
430 
430, a 

431 




pB; S; iR;gbM; *8, 120... 
!Cl;vl;Ri;pC;E;stl2...l6 
Cl;L;Ri;cC;stl2...l6 ... 


M. 50 


VII. 38 




P B;pL;lE;gbM 


II. 734 
IV. 25 




vF; pL; iR; psinbM; st p ... 
pB | inv in S, vF, neb 






vF; S; vlE;bM;amst 


II. 735 

111.875 
VIII. 40 
II. 862 








Cl;L;vlC;Sclinv 




F;S;R;psbM 


R. nova 


Several near h. 430 (? 426, 
433 & 1 nov). 
vF;S;R;bM 
CI;L;1C 


III. 899 
VIII. 32 




435 
434 
433 

3073 




CljvlC 


II. 769 
II. 736 
VIII. 33 




pB;pL; R;glbM 




pF; S; R;glbM;r 




Cl; cL; P; 1C 




CI;pL;pRi;gbIVI;stl0...14 
*9 atf with S, vF, neb 
vF;S; R;lbM 


IV. 65 
III. 746 











or NEBTTL^; AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



73 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue. 


References to 


Right 
A.-ccnsion 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
1'ri'rr^-ion 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Poliir 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Profession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

isrd. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

luni's 
of Obs. 
\n h. 
uid H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula?. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 

and >'os. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1502 
1503 
1504 
1505 
1506 
1507 
1508 
1509 
1510 
1511 

1512 

1513 

1514 
1515 

1516 
1517 
1518 
1519 

1520 
1521 
1522 
1523 
1524 
1525 
1526 
1527 
1528 
1529 
1530 
1531 
1532 
1533 
1534 
1535 
1536 
1537 
1538 
1539 
1540 
1541 
1542 
1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 
154? 
1548 

1549 
1550 

1551 

1562 
1553 


h. 
3074 
436 
437 


H. 




h m s 

7 3 7-1 
7 3 16-3 
7 6 55-9 
7 7 48-2 
7 7 50-5 
7 8 28-2 
7 9 3-8 
7 9 12-4 
7 10 31-8 
7 11 3-0 

7 11 23-4 

7 12 54-6 

7 13 59-7 
7 14 2-3 

7 14 8-9 
7 14 20-5 
7 15 0-5 
7 16 42-9 

7 16 44-7 
7 17 31-6 
7 18 18-9 
7 18 27-0 
7 18 32-8 
7 18 39-7 
7 18 59-7 
7 19 17-6 
7 19 23-1 
7 19 44-8 
7 19 45-1 
7 19 57-6 
7 20 54-4 
7 21 2-5 
7 21 11-7 
7 21 38-5 
7 21 42-1 
7 22 32-1 
7 22 32-1 
7 22 57-2 
7 23 6-9 
7 23 18-6 
7 24 35-7 
7 25 21-7 
7 26 49-5 
7 26 49-5 
7 27 43-4 
7 28 25-2 
7 28 37-8 

7 30 5-7 
7 30 10-0 

7 30 10-8 

7 30 38-0 
7 31 51-7 


1 
+ 0-009 
2-881 
2-817 
2-506 
2-845 
2-463 
3-390 
3-394 
2-687 
2-778 

2-721 

2-488 

2-908 
6-410 

2-568 
2-845 
0-679 
3-792 

3-792 
2-781 
2-423 
0-617 
2-427 
2-597 
2-595 
3-920 
3-921 
4-017 
3-920 
3-921 
3-557 
3-232 
3-384 
+ 2-818 
-0-151 
+ 3-070 
3-070 
2-767 
3-2SO 
5-864 
6-898 
2-693 
2-789 
2-735 
3-954 
0-743 
4-077 

3-566 
2-615 

2-760 

2-774 
+ 2-751 


1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1? 
1 
2 
1? 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1? 
2 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 


/ // 

157 11 8-8 
98 23 59-5 
101 15 9-5 
113 51 10-6 
100 3 44-9 
115 29 29-4 
75 58 53-5 
75 46 51-8 
106 47 59-8 
102 57 54-0 

105 23 19-9 

114 42 14-2 

97 18 9-5 
20 42 16-2 

111 40 18-5 
100 7 38-4 
152 5 45-1 
60 14 41-0 

60 14 21-0 
102 59 33-2 
157 15 54-7 
112 48 48-5 
117 6 24-0 
110 39 57-6 
110 44 57-5 
55 54 27-3 
55 53 27-3 
52 58 44-5 
55 55 8-2 
55 51 47' 1 
68 48 33-2 
82 41 1-2 
75 56 51-5 
101 27 32-1 
158 43 56-0 
89 55 49-5 
89 55 49-5 
103 41 23-1 
80 3 25-0 
24 3-0 
18 1 37-9 
106 54 16-1 
102 47 49-7 
105 8 46-7 
54 28 22-7 
151 57 47'1 
50 48 47-4 

68 7 10-4 
110 18 0-8 

104 10 31-8 

103 32 55-0 
104 35 14-0 


+ 5-46 
5-55 
5-85 
5-92 
5-93 
5-98 
6-05 
6-06 
6-16 
6-20 

6-23 

6-34 

6-05 
6-54 

6-45 
6-48 
6-47 
6-70 

6-70 
6-74 
6-79 
6-75 
6-80 
6-82 
6-85 
6-91 
6-91 
6-95 
6-95 
6-97 
7-04 
7-04 
7-05 
7-07 
7-00 
7-15 
7-15 
7-17 
7-20 

7-30 
7-43 
7-37 
7-49 
7-49 
7-59 
7-57 
7-68 

7-78 
7-76 

7-76 

7-80 
+ 7-90 


1 

1 

2 

1 

I 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 

1 

1 
1:: 


CI;P;lC;30st + 


1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
2 
2* 
1 
1 
3t 

5 

4 

1 
1 

1 

1 
2 
3t 

3t 
5 

1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1* 
3* 
1 
2* 
2* 

4t 
1 
1 
2 
2 


2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 
3 

10 
3 

4 

2 
1 


VII. 27 


C.H. 


Cl; cL; P;cC 


C1;1C; J taken 


VII. 15 
VIII. 34 
VII. 16 
VI. 6 
VII. 6 
VIII. 45 
V. 21 

VII. 12 
VII. 17 




CI;plli;pC 


438 
439 




Cl; L;1C; onevH* 




Cl; cllijlC 




Cl;pS;pRi;mC;stl5...l6 
Cl; 1C 








Cl; P;1C 


3075 
f 440^1 

13076J 

; m 




!; vF; wL; viF 


C. H. 
A.S.C. 90S 


Cl; vL; Ri;pC; st9...12 ... 
Cl;pL; Ri ,.... 


\3077J 
442 


Cl; pC; stpL; bifid 


III. 748 
VIII. 27 




vB; pL; R; mb.M ; r; vi<# 
inv. 
C1;S;P;1C 






443 
3078 
444 

445 

3080 
3079 
3084 
3082 
3081 
3083 
446 
447 




Cl; S; pRi;st!5 






pB;pL;iE;glbM 


11.316 

11.317 
VIII. 35 




B;S;R;bMN;p of D neb, 
45, 60". 
pB;S; R;bMN;fofDneb 
Cl; vL;pRi;lC;stL 








:>F; pS; R; vsrabM; amst... 
vF; vS; R;amst 










pF;S; R;bM 
Cl; pS; pmC; t!2 






1 
2 
In 






Cl; 1C; bind; * 






neb-lstof4 


HI. 703 
II. 820 
III.900 
III.901 
IV. 45 
VIII. 44 
VIII. 11 
VIII. 36 




1:: 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1? 

2 

1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 

2 

1 

1 


vF- vS- R; bM 




pB; S; stellar 


448 
449 
450 




vF- S- R; bM 




vF- S; R; psbM 




B- S- R- *8M 




Cl- L; P; vlC; stL 






Cl; pRi; C 


451 
3085 




Cl- vL; vlC 




pB- cL- cE 117, IbM 




Auw. N. 24 
Auw. N. 25 


1 Two B neb (Bond, Feb. j 
/ 1853). I 
Cl- S- cRi; cC; stvS 






454 
453 


VII. 65 
HI. 19 
V. 44 




eF; S; R; IbM; * inv 




[!;cB; eL; vmE; vgrabMN? 
Cl- vlC 


452 
3086 








Cl;Sbut B;st8...10 
Cl-vL;P;vlC 


VIII. 52 
VIII. 37 
11.821 




455 
456 
3087 
457 

458 
3089 

/ \ 




Cl- P-lC;st9, &c 




pB; cS; R; vgvlbM; r; almQ 
vF- L- R- gbM; r 




1.218 

VI. 1 
VII. 67 

VIII. 38 

VII. 28 
VIII. 87 




pB;pL;lE90;vgbM;*7,8 
1&. 
CI;cL;Ri;C;stll...l8 .. 
Cl;L;cRi;stll...l3 

Cl;B;vL; pRi;stL&S .. 

Cl; vL; Ri; pC; st vS 
Cl- P- S- stvS 








[_3088J 
3090 











MDCCCLXIV. 



74 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Sec. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 

by h. 

mil If. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulas. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1554 
1555 
1556 
1557 
1558 
1559 
1560 
1561 
1562 
1563 
1564 

1565 
1566 

1567 
1568 
1569 
1570 
1571 
1572 
1573 
1574 
1575 
1576 
1577 
1578 
1579 
1580 
1581 
1582 
1583 
1584 
1585 
1586 
1587 
1588 
1589 
1590 
1591 
1592 
1593 
1594 
1595 
1596 
1597 

1598 

1599 
1600 

1601 

1602 
1603 
1604 
1605 
1606 
1607 


h. 
460 
3091 


H. 
II. 822 




h m s 
7 32 26-8 
7 32 31-5 
7 32 55-5 
7 33 4-6 
7 34 26-7 
7 34 41-6 
7 35 4-7 
7 35 9-9 
7 35 11-2 
7 35 19-3 
7 35 24-3 

7 35 25-4 
7 35 26-2 

7 35 41-2 
7 36 43-9 

7 37 36-4 
7 38 39-2 
7 38 41-4 
7 40 19-2 
7 41 47-4 
7 41 56-8 
7 42 52-2 
7 42 56-7 
7 44 24-4 
7 45 47-6 
7 46 20-9 

7 47 

7 46 40-1 
7 46 42-0 
7 47 11-2 
7 47 
7 47 18-9 
7 48 20-5 
7 48 39-8 
7 48 50-3 
7 48 + 

7 49 0-6 

7 49 1-8 
7 50 26-3 

7 50 36-9 

7 50 53-9 
7 50 
7 50 55-0 
7 50 + 
7 51 11-3 
7 51 25-4 


1 
+ 4-676 
1-739 
2-715 
2-719 
4-715 
2-656 
+3-277 
-0-117 
+ 3-833 
4-653 
2-755 

2-757 
2-328 

+ 2-677 
-0-149 

+ 4-803 
2-542 
2-522 
2-138 
2-457 
2-459 
2-611 
4-838 
3-280 
+ 4-908 
0-423 


1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

2 
2 

1 
2 
1 

2 
W. 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 

3 
1 

0) 

1 
1 


37 20 50-0 
137 18 28-9 
106 11 49-4 
106 1 50-0 
36 34 59-8 
108 45 38-6 
80 24 50-1 
158 58 3-7 
57 59 59-0 
37 35 56-6 
104 29 50-4 

104 24 39-4 
121 19 45-1 

107 53 22-3 
159 12 49-3 

35 3 14-3 
113 32 43-2 
114 21 12-2 
127 38 15-8 
117 6-7 
116 54 21-0 
110 57 4-1 
34 9 26-9 
80 5 29-5 
32 57 44-1 
161 3 33-8 

32 57 

116 2 1-1 
32 57 5-9 
36 46 9-8 
36 46 
128 11 8-3 
105 3 19-3 
107 21 4-6 
65 52 5-8 
65 52 + 

113 56 10-5 

117 29 59-5 
33 3 54-6 

119 41 58-1 

62 35 59-9 
62 35 
49 47 50-2 
49 47 + 
32 42 17-4 
38 52 4-7 


+ 8-00 
7-93 
7-98 
8-00 
8-16 
8-12 
8-17 
8-09 
8-20 
8-22 
8-18 

8-18 
8-17 

8-21 

8-21 

8-41 
8-44 
8-44 
8-56 
8-69 
8-70 
8-77 
8-83 
8-91 
9-07 
8-96 

9-07 
9-13 
9-16 

9-i'i 
9-21 

9-22 
9-26 

9-25 

9-25 
9-42 

9-37 
9-43 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 

1 
4 

1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1:: 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 

1 
2 
1 

2 
W. 

1 

1 

2 

1 
1 

3 
1 


cF; R; vgbM; r; *8p ...... 
eF; L; pmE; gmbM; 3stinv 
Cl; vL; vlC . 


2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
5 
1 
1 
4 

*t 

1 

3t 
4 

1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3* 
1 
1 



3 
3 
2 

3 
0* 
1 
3 


5 

1 

2 

4 

1 

2 

1 
3 




VIII. 47 
VIII. 46 
III. 829 
VI. 36 








Cl;vL; vlC ; 






eF; vS; R; bM ... 


3092 
462 
3096 




CI;pL;pC; EO;stL&S... 
eF; *15, 300-0, 90" 








pB; S; R;pmbM;3stlln... 
F; S;lbM 


II. 616 




461 

463 

/ \ 

1.3093J 
3094 

3095 
J3097 

465 
3098 
466 
3099 
3100 
3101 
3102 
467 
468 
469 
3104 

> 469,a 

. 472 
470 
471 
471, a 
3103 




vF; vS; R; bM . . 




M. 46 


!; Cl;vB; vRi; vL; inv Q 
O;pB;pS;elE;r;3-75d.. 

Cl; B; pRi; pL; 1C; 
st9, 12. ..14. 
O ; cB ; not v well def ... 


IV. 39 




IV. 64 






JcL; vF;RlD neb; 40;] 
lpL;vF;R/ *invM..J 
F; am 4 st 








M.93 
Lai. 15134 


Cl; L; pRi; 1C; st8...13 ... 
Cl of 18 or 20 st 11. ..13 ... 
Cl; vvL; vlC; 1* 4'5m.... 










O; F; S; IE; am60st 






Cl;S;pRi;pC 
Cl; cL; pRi; 1C; st 12 ... 










vF; R; vgbM 


III. 479 




vF; S; rr group + neb 




eF; R; p of 2 






vF;S;R;lbM .... 




R. 8 novae 


+ 2-488 
4-905 
4-660 

2-133 
2-751 
2-700 
3-602 

2-544 

2-453 

4-881 

2-396 
3-682 
4-067 

4-903 
+ 4-530 


8 of 1 neb, in line with h. 469, 
470. 

pB; vL; R; er; *8 M 


IV. 22 
HI. 836 
III. 830 




F; vS; R; *9 sf ; f of 2 




F;pS; E?;bM vS#?L*nf 
Makes D neb with h. 871 ... 
!; Cl;B;Ri;L;lC;stl2 ... 
Place from Wollaston's Cat. 
Cl; pL; pRi; pC; st S 


R. nova 
A. 535 
M.47 








VII. 58 

II. 302 


473 
473, a 

r <| 




F;S;lE;bM;er 


R. nova 


vF; E; # inv near N 


VII. 10 


C1;L; cRi; vlC 


1^31 06 J 
3105 
475 

r= 9 ) 

L3107J 
477 
477, a 
476 
476, a 

"478 




C1;L;1C 


III. 837 
VII. 23 




vF;vS;R;glbM 


A. 626 


Cl;pL;cRi;pC;stll...l3 
vF; S; R;bM... 


IIL750 

III. 838 
III. 709 


R. nova 


F;S 


9-44 

9-48 
+ 9-49 


0) 

1 

1 


cB;S; R;sbM 


R. nova 


Follows III. 750 (h.476) ... 
eF; vS 




F; L; R; vgbM; r; am st ... 





OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 



75 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

Preeo. iiMi 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observation, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 

1.V ll. 

and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula? 


Sir W. H.'8 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1608 
1609 
1610 
1611 
1612 

1613 
1614 
1615 
1616 
1617 
1618 
5066 
1619 
1620 
1621 
1622 
1623 
1624 
1625 
1626 
1627 
1628 


h. 
3108 
3109 

480 
481 


H. 




h m s 
7 52 3-2 
7 52 12-0 
7 53 15-3 
7 53 15-8 
7 53 39-5 

7 54 31-8 
7 54 45-3 
7 54 32-6 
7 54 40-8 
7 54 47'2 
7 54 48-7 
7 55 12-5 
7 56 1-4 
7 56 17-4 
7 56 48-9 
7 57 22-1 
7 59 0-5 
7 59 28-2 
7 59 54-2 
8 1 15-2 
8 1 22-2 
8 1 50-7 
8 3 18-1 
8 4 7-8 
8 4 26-2 
8 4 42-2 
8 4 51-0 
8 6 2-9 
8 6 26-4 
8 6 31-6 
8 6 50-1 
8 7 37-5 
8 8 46-0 
8 10 33-7 
8 10 43-9 
8 11 6-8 
8 11 21-1 
8 11 42 
8 12 13-6 
8 12 26-5 
8 12 27-9 
8 12 48-8 

8 12 58-1 

8 13 10 
8 13 15-1 
8 13 25-4 

8 14 16-8 
8 14 49-0 
8 15 35-1 

8 15 44-3 
8 17 3-0 
8 17 39-0 
8 17 39-2 
8 18 41-2 
8 19 34-0 
8 23 58-8 


+2-778 

1-565 
4-672 

2-858 
3-409 

2-675 
3-586 
3-273 
3-27 
3-273 
3-255 

1-004 
2-825 
2-457 
4-938 
2-845 
2-461 
3-451 
3-857 
2-419 
4-775 
4-271 
2-819 
4-404 
2-817 
3-919 
3-524 
2-215 
1-769 
2-964 
4-892 
4-438 
3-568 
3-094 
3-500 
2-499 
3-51 
3-512 
3-510 
2-633 
2-549 

2-421 

3-50 

+ 2-444 
-140-624 

+ 3-543 

2-818 
2-272 

2-435 
3-488 
2-461 
2-369 
3-615 
3-511 
+ 3-529 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 

[2] 
2 
1 

e' 

i 
i 
i 
i 

(2) 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

[3] 

1 
3 

[2] 
1 
1 

1 

2 
4 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


103 59 2-7 
141 55 10-1 
36 10 28-9 
100 14 21-4 
73 54 23-9 

* 

108 41 12-4 
66 13 22-6 
80 7 43-3 
80 12 48 
80 11 58-3 
81 4 16-3 
65 25 19-4 
150 29 10-5 
101 54 45-3 
117 47 40-5 
31 49 50-5 
101 2 6-9 
117 46 23-5 
71 46 29-0 
55 38 18-6 
119 29 53-7 
33 55 30-7 
43 35 28-4 
102 24 59-0 
40 30 20-4 
102 30 54-5 
53 19 26-7 
68 13 36-1 
126 58 24-1 
138 51 3-1 
95 22 30-6 
31 46 48-9 
39 32 33-9 
66 6 1-0 
88 48 46-3 
69 3 9-5 
117 2 10-9 
68 34 36 
68 26 14-6 
68 30 37-2 
111 22 33-6 
115 1 53-2 

120 12 19-8 

68 41 48 
119 18 33-1 
179 41 7-5 

66 57 59-4 
102 52 35-0 
125 46 36-2 

119 52 8-5 
69 13 21-1 
119 2 32-8 
122 31 10-1 
63 35 7-7 
68 3 46-8 
66 58 8-1 


+ 9-49 
9-47 
9-63 
9-58 
9-63 

9-68 
9-72 
9-71 
9-70 
9-71 
9-71 

"9-75 
9-81 
9-85 
9-95 
10-03 
10-05 
10-10 
10-22 
10-19 
10-29 
10-38 
10-40 
10-48 
10-45 
10-49 
10-57 
10-57 
10-57 
10-62 
10-73 
10-73 
10-90 
10-91 
10-95 
10-93 
10-98 
11-02 
11-04 
11-02 
11-04 

11-06 

10-98 
11-07 

7-74 

11-18 
11-20 
11-24 

11-25 
11-37 
11-46 
11-47 
11-49 
11-56 
+11-87 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 

[2] 
2 
1 

6* 

i 
i 
1 
1 
1 
l 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

[3] 
1 
1 
1 

1 

3 

[2] 
1 
1 

1 

2 
4 

1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


cF;S; vlE90;glbM;amst. 
pF;S; R; vgpmbM 


2 
1 
1 

2* 
3 

4 
2 


3 
3 

6 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
4 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 
1 
3* 
4 
3 
2 
7 
1 
1 

4 
3 
3 

1 


2 

2 

1 
1 

4 


3 

1 

1 
3 
4 

1 

4 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 






III. 839 
VI. 37 
11.544 

VIII. 1 
HI. 605 




pF; vS 




Cl; pL; vRi; C; st 11 ...20... 
pB; pL; iR; vgbM ; er, 
#225-5, 60". 
Cl;B;pRi;lC;stS 






482 
483, a 




vF;S;iR 


R. nova 
D'Arrest, 51 


y in Lord Rosse's diagram .. 
eF; III. 512 f!0'-5;n50" ... 
F; S; R; psmbM; r 




483 

484 


III. 512 
III. 7 




F; vS; vlE; 2stp 




See No. 5066. 
Cl; vB; vL;pRi;st7...13... 
F; vS; R;bet3stl3, 14 ... 
Cl; B; pRijpC 


3111 
3110 
3112 
485 
486 
488 
487 
489 
3113 
490 
491 
3114 
492 
3115 
493 
494 
3116 
3117 
496 
495 


















pF; pL; R; psbM; *9, np3' 
cF; pL; R; vgvlbM; arast... 
Cl; vL; plli;lC;stl0...15.. 
eF; IE; vS*n 


III. 877 
VIII. 30 
III. 752 
II. 726 










pB; pL; R; vglbM; r; 2stnl 
Cl;pL; Ri;C;st9, 13...14. 
pF; pL; R; psbM; *8,l64-3 
; pB; pL; R; rrrst20 




III. 840 
IV. 55 
VII. 11 
III. 710 




1629 




1630 
1631 




Cl; vL; Ri; 1C; stll...l3 ... 
F; L; E; vgbM 




1632 


B.A.C. 3073 


Nebulous # 6*7 


1633 


11.719 
II. 627 


F; pL; ill; vgbM; J nr ... 


1634 
1635 
1636 
1637 
1638 
1639 
1640 




F;S;1E45; *8, np 4' 


A. 563 
A. 411 
C.H. 


Cl; B; L;lC;iE;st9...12... 
Cl; B; L;lC;st7...l6 
Cl; vL;pRi;praC;st9...13. 
pB; S; mEO; psmbM 




VI. 22 


III. 711 
II. 303 
III. 256 
III. 606 




eF;cL;lE45+ 


497 
498 
499 
3118 




F; S; R;-nbM;r 


1641 
1642 




vF;cS; iF; SSstinv? 




vF; S; R; sbM; stellar .... 


1643 
1644 




F; pL; gmbM; am60st 
F;pL 




D'Arrest, 52 


1645 


500 
501 
3119 


III. 607 
II. 634 


vF;cS;R 


1646 




cF; S;R;bM 


1647 




vF; S;R;gbM;am60+st.. 
vF;cL;er 


1648 
1649 

1650 
1651 
1652 

1653 
1654 
1655 

1656 
1657 
1658 
1659 
1660 
1661 
1662 


III. 288 
VII. 64 




r 5031 
\3120j 




/Cl; pL; pRi; 1C; iR;\ 

\ Bill. ..14. J 

vF; cE; SvSstf 


D'Arrest, 53 


502 
3176 


VI. 39 


Cl; vL;cRi;IC;st9, 
F; S; R; glbM; Polariss. 
Austr. 
F; S; iF; r 




II. 259 
III. 902 




3121 
3122 

3123 
504 
3124 
3125 
505 
506 
507 




I 7 ; vlE; gbM; r; am 50 st ... 
* = h. 4083 in pS neb; am 
70 st. 
Cl;cL;pRi;pC; R;stl2... 
vF;pS; R;glbM;*p75"... 
CI;pmCM;iF;st9, 10...13. 
Cl; F;S; R; gbM;st!5 ... 
pF;S;R;vsbM* 








III. 753 










11.315 
III. 599 
III. 234 






vF- oL- iF; r; Isp2'... 




vF; S; stellar 







L2 



76 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Keferences to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &e. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obg. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir 3. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulse. 


SirW.H.'e 

Classes 
and .V i.-. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1663 
1664 
1665 
1666 
1667 
1668 
1669 
1670 
1671 

1672 

1673 
1674 
1675 
1676 
1677 

1678 

1679 
1680 
1681 
1682 
1683 
1684 
1685 
1686 
1687 

1688 

1689 
1690 
1691 
1692 
1693 
1694 
1695 

1696 
1697 
1698 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 

1706 
1707 
1708 
1709 
1710 

1711 
1712 

1713 


h. 
3126 
508 
509 
510 
510,a 
510,6 
511 
512 
3130 

m 

L3127J 
3128 
3129 
515 
514 
3131 

(=<n 

\3132j 


H. 




h m s 
8 24 27-7 
8 24 32-8 
8 24 48-6 
8 25 8-2 
8 25 8-2 
8 25 + 
8 25 27-2 
8 26 43-8 
8 26 48-7 

8 26 57-1 

8 27 10-4 
8 27 14-9 
8 28 48-7 
8 29 0-5 
8 30 27-5 

8 31 28-3 

8 31 32-3 
8 31 51-1 
8 32 9*0 
8 32 33-3 
8 32 58-2 
8 33 37-9 
8 33 41-5 
8 34 20-5 
8 34 20-5 

8 34 51-4 

8 35 17-8 
8 35 58-9 
8 37 4-6 
8 37 28-1 
8 37 45-6 
8 37 50-2 
8 38 1-3 

8 38 43-9 
8 38 59-6 
8 39 29-7 
8 40 20 
8 40 20-3 
8 40 50-8 
8 41 3-4 
8 41 7-1 
8 41 23-5 
8 41 23 + 

8 41 52 
8 42 1-3 
8 42 32-9 
8 42 59-4 
8 43 + 

8 43 26-1 
8 43 34-3 

8 43 58-0 


+ 0-438 
4-510 
3-691 
4-500 
4-500 

3-628 
3-661 
1-170 

2-771 

2-830 
2-628 
3-093 
3-662 

2-178 

2-476 

6-536 
3-539 
3-462 
6-501 
2-357 
4-342 
1-596 
3-005 
2-000 

3-345 

3-802 
6-024 
8-188 
4-503 
2-423 
2-060 
1-977 

3-309 
2-800 
3-309 
3-43 
4-183 
1-694 
1-928 
2-174 
3-432 

4-46 
3-430 

3-283 
3-685 

4-348 
3-291 

+ 3-746 


1 

2 
1 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

1 
3 
1 
3 
3 

2 
1 

4 

2 

3 

2 
1 
1:: 

1 
1 

2 

2 

1 

1 
1 

[1] 
1 
1:: 
1 
1 
3 

[1] 
1 
3 
1 

2 
4 

3 


157 39 23-2 
36 41 28-9 
59 59 13-9 
36 44 52-5 
36 40 52-5 
36 44 + 
62 32 51-4 
61 3 35-1 
150 38 29-3 

105 39 51-8 

102 41 44-4 
112 29 47-4 
88 48 50-0 
60 49 18-6 
130 11 3-7 

119 28 1-1 

16 45 45-1 
65 57 15-6 
69 32 36-2 
16 51 47-2 
124 16 9-1 
39 17 45-8 
144 37 47-0 
93 37 53-4 
135 43 55-5 

75 13 2-6 

54 47 16-5 
19 11 53-8 
11 15 26-7 
35 36 46-6 
122 9 4-7 
134 27 15-7 
136 42 16-0 

76 54 43-4 
104 47 19-7 
76 53 9-2 
70 27 48 
42 25 39-3 
143 27 29-7 
138 16 31-0 
131 22 30-3 
70 24 45-8 
70 24 + 

35 58 48 
70 28 19-0 
78 8 45-2 
58 36 38-1 
58 36 + 

38 9 35-3 
77 40 36-0 

56 3 38-9 


+ 1 1-84 
11-93 
11-93 
12-05 
12-05 

11-98 
12-07 
12-01 

12-06 

12-08 
12-08 
12-20 
12-22 
12-29 

12-37 

12-47 
12-42 
12-44 
12-54 
12-47 
12-56 
12-50 
12-50 
12-55 

12-62 

12-65 
12-76 
12-89 
12-82 
12-79 
12-79 
12-80 

12-88 
12-89 
12-94 
12-99 
13-01 
12-99 
13-00 
13-01 
13-06 

13-11 
13-10 
13-14 
13-17 

13-21 
13-20 

+ 13-23 


1 

2 
2 
2 

1 

2 
2 

2 

1 
3 
1 
3 
3 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 

3 

3 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 

2 

i 
i 

i 

[i] 

i 

1:: 
1 
1 
3 

[1] 
1 

4 
1 

2 
5 

3 


F; pS; R; gbM 


1 

2 
4 
2 
0* 

1 
3 
2 

3 

1 
5 
2 
4 
3t 

4 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
5 
2 
1 
1 

5 

4 
1 

2 
1 
1 

2 
2 

1* 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
? 



2 
5 
2 


3 

8* 

5 






eF; S; R; *95- p of 2 


III. 292 




vF; pL; R;lbM;r; * nr ... 
cF; S; R; fof 2; #310 






R. nova 
R. nova 


Place from 510 h. by MS. ... 
No description or place 






eF 


11.318 




F; vlE; mbM; r 




Cl;pS; IRi; 1C 


IV. 35 




F; S;attto*13; *7 nf, 10 s ... 
B; S; E; psbM; bet 2 st 




II. 266 
III. 257 
11.319 




cB;L; vmE110-3 




eF; nL;iF 




F;pS; R;bM;r 




*9 iuv in pB, pL, R, neb ... 
Cl;cL;pRi;pC;stll...l3.. 
vF; S; stellar 


VII. 3 

III. 982 
III. 235 




H. O. N. 


eF- S . 


517 


M. 44 
H. O. N. 


Prsesepe Cancri 


III. 983 


vF- S; stellar 


3133 
518 
3134 
519 
3136 

r sn 

[_3135J 

522 


Cl; pmC; irr A; st 13 


1.204 




cB; S; El 30 + ; psmbM*?. 
pB; S; R; 3 or 4 vS st p nr .. 
vF; pL; gbM; r; 2pBsts,sl 
Cl- S- stL&S 












III. 49 

II. 727 
11.908 

1.288 




F- S; vlE!35+; psbM 




F;L;R;r 




pB; ]>L; iF; er 


520 
523 
4017 
3137 
3138 




vB- cL; IE 90+; g, svmbM. 




eF; psbM 




A. 609 


Cl;pS;lRi;lC; viF; st!2,13 
Cl;L;Ri;pinE;stll...l4.. 
Cl; pS; mC; iR; gbM 
st!3...15. 
eF; cL; R; IbM 








III. 50 




3139 
524 




vF; vS; R; bM; *15m nr ... 
Cl;st9...10 








D'Arrest, 54 


eF 


525 
3140 
3142 
3141 

526 
526 a 




C1;1C 






C1;L; P;lC:stl0...13 
Cl; pL; P;lC;stl3 








A. 489? 490? 


Cl;pRi;lCM;stl2...13 ... 
B; pL; !E10orbiN; mbM* 
Nearly in contact with h. 52( 
(see description of h. 526) 
vF; R; *15pl2 s , 270 


II. 80 


R. nova 
D'Arrest, 55 




527 
528 
529 
529, a 

530 
531 

532 


II. 48 
VIII. 10 
III. 294 

1.242 
1.200 


eeF; pL; IbM; r 




Cl; vlC; P 




pF; vS; R; bM 


R. nova 


Makes e close D neb with 
h. 529. 
vB; L; vg, vsmbM*10 
!; Cl; vB; vL; eRi; 1C, 
stl0...15. 
vB; vL; vmE40-9; gmbM . 


M. 67 





OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTEKS OF STAES. 



77 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

Prwi'ssion 
in 
Rifjlit 

Asivti-i,m 
for 18811. 


No. 
of 

Ohs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 

in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Oh.-cTvutions, Remarks, ic. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
DfObs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula'. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


1714 
1715 
17)6 
1717 
1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1723 
17-4 
1/25 
1726 
1727 

1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 
1732 
1733 
1734 
1735 
1736 
1737 
1738 
1739 
1740 
1741 
1742 
1743 
1744 
1745 
1746 

1747 
1748 
1749 
1750 
1751 
1752 
1753 
1754 

1755 
1756 

1757 
1758 
1759 
1760 
1761 
1762 
1763 
1764 
1765 
1766 
1767 

1768 


h. 
533 

I 533, a 


H. 
III. 712 




h m H 
8 45 2-1 

8 45 + 

8 45 42-6 
8 46 48-6 
8 46 53-6 
8 47 20-4 

8 47 + 


+ 4-347 

3-909 
4-366 
4-333 
3-027 

3-025 
3-025 
3-025 

4-438 
3-892 
3-022 
4-536 
4-065 
1-451 
2-632 
3-189 
3-189 
3-785 
8-388 
2-997 
3-017 

3-781 
4-769 
3-023 
3-018 
2-097 
3-47 

3-4.6 
4-305 

4-788 
3-527 
3-399 
7-170 
3-760 

3-39 
3-514 
3-53 

3-53 
3-928 
4-387 
3-811 
2-820 
3-450 
3-136 
4-225 
4-728 
4-224 

+ 3-694 


2 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

[2] 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
?? 
1 
1 
1 : 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 


40 18 38-6 
40 18 + 

49 55 12-8 
37 23 56-2 
38 7 1-2 

92 32 2-2 

92 32 + 

92 28 2-2 
92 39 34-6 
92 34 48 

35 41 54-1 
50 7 22-8 
92 50 24-5 
33 46 5.5-0 
44 33 26-5 
148 41 21-4 
114 8 0-1 
83 7 51-0 
83 9 32-0 
53 44 3-6 
10 14 54-9 
94 21 30-2 
93 11 6-1 
53 42 41-9 
29 30 44-0 
92 50 15-1 
93 10 51-9 
135 20 55-2 
67 28 48 

67 32 48 
37 41 23-9 
37 41 
28 58 21-8 
64 26 53-5 
70 59 30-5 
12 56 4-8 
54 3 51-7 

71 7 5 
64 27-3 
64 24 

64 6 12 
47 44 29-7 
35 35 23-3 
51 48 43-9 
104 56 21-5 
67 59 30-1 
86 2 37'8 
39 2 40-0 
29 23 40-6 
39 48-6 
39 + 

56 18 26-3 


+ 13-32 

13-36 
13-44 
13-44 
13-44 

13-48 

13-52 
13-53 

13-57 
13-56 
13-56 
13-60 
13-65 
13-58 
13-67 
13-70 
13-70 
13-72 
13-83 
13-74 
13-77 
13-83 
13-90 
13-87 
13-93 
13-94 
14-00 

14-00 
14-03 


2 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

[2] 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1: 
1 
1 
1: 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
[2] 

[2] 
1 

i 

i 

2 
1: 
4 

[4] 
3 

[2] 

[1] 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

3 


F;pL; R;gbM;4 Sstnr ... 
4 (incl h. 533) nearly in a line 
)F; vS; mbM 


3 



1 

2 
2 
2t 




1 


2f 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1* 
1* 
4 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2* 
1 
1 

If 



1 

3 
1 
3 
1 
5 


3* 

0* 



2 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 


4 


R. 3 novae 


II. 658 
III. 831 
II. 823 
II. 280 


534 
535 
536 

1 536,0 

536, b 
538 




vF; S; R;psbM 




pB; mEO+; psmbM 




pF;cS; E90+;bet2st ... 
No description 


R. 3 novas 
R. nova 




8 48 0-0 
8 48 33-4 
8 48 43 

8 48 46-5 
8 48 54-1 
8 48 58-2 
8 49 15-0 
8 50 3-8 
8 50 5-7 
8 50 52-5 
8 51 19-6 
8 51 19-6 
8 51 25-7 
8 51 28-6 
8 51 59-2 
8 52 29-4 
8 53 6-7 
8 53 51-4 
8 54 2-0 
8 55 0-5 
8 55 30-8 
8 55 58 

8 55 59 
8 56 5-6 
8 56 
8 56 26-3 
8 56 34-0 
8 56 43-6 
8 57 9-1 
8 57 15-0 

8 57 28 
8 57 34-4 
8 57 35 

8 57 55 
8 58 51'7 
8 58 52-0 
8 59 32-7 
9 13-6 
9 16-2 
9 16-9 
9 29-6 
9 41-1 
9 51-3 
90 + 

9 56-7 


MS. No description 




vF; pS; R; r; *9 p 




D'Arrest, 56 


vF; S; R; *15 p, 44" n 
h. 538 nr. 
pB; fan-shaped; #11 att 


537 


IV. 66 
III. 625 
11.281 
III. 841 




vF; vS 






vF;pS,R 






vF; S 


540 
3143 
3144 
542 




pB; L; E; vgbM*18 






eF;S;R;pslbM 






pF; S; R; vgpmbM 






F;pL;R 


II. 557 
III. 540 




F; pL; mE 


541 
539 
543 




vF;S;EHO+;2vFstinv. 
pB; S; E45+; #nf 




II. 529 
III. 264 




cF; pL; R; vgbM 




vF; vS; stellar 


544 
545 
546 
547 
3145 




eF; S; stellar 


II. 834 




cF; pS; iR; er 




vF; L; R; bM 






eF; R 






1 

[2] 

[2] 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1: 
4 

C4] 
3 

[2] 

[1] 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

3 


I; eeF; vL; vvmE19 




D'Arrest, 57 
D'Arrest, 58 


Dneb; pB; S, notR; come 
a 4'. 
vF; vS 






549 
549, a 
550 

551 
548 
552 




4S st in neb 




R. nova 


Makes D neb with h. 549 .. 
cB; cL; E90+; er 


1.249 
III. 608 
III. 60 


14-06 
14-05 
14-05 
14-16 
14-09 

14-09 
14-11 
14-10 

14-12 
14-19 
14-21 
14-23 
14-25 
14-27 
14-26 
14-30 
14-32 
14-32 

+ 14-31 




eF; S; R; vlbM 




vF; S; R; r; J nr 




pB; pL; E; vglbM 


III. 825 




eF; S; R; vglbM; #12 
345, 50". 
P F;S;R;bMN = *15 
vF;cL; R;bMN;2cstp.. 
#15*16 inv in pB; pL neb 40' 
diara. 
vF- vS 


D'Arrest, 59 


{ 


HI. 291 


D'Arrest, 60 
D'Arrest, 61 




111.626 
II. 828 
III. 647 
III. 275 
III. 236 
II. 520 


vF- S- iF- IbM- r 


553 
554 
560 
557 
558 
556 
555 
559 
559, a 

562 




pB; pS; E; vgbM 




vF;cS;R 




vF;pS; bM; S* 30" n 
cF; vS; R;er;bet2pBst .. 
vF- pL- E- gbM- er 








eF- sbM*15- 1st of 3 


1.250 




cB; cL;lE;psmbMLBN ... 
pF; S; E;pslbM;2ndof3... 
One of 4 (h. 556, 559, 561) 
one vF; one E. 
F;L;mE150;r;2stn 




II. 490 


R. nova 





78 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Bight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 

1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observatioas, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and II. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1769 
1770 
1771 

1772 
1773 

1774 

1775 

1776 
1777 

1778 
1779 

1780 
1781 

1782 
1783 

1784 
1785 
1786 
1787 
1788 
1789 
1790 
1791 
1792 

1793 

1794 
1795 

1796 

1797 
1798 
1799 
1800 
1801 

1802 
1803 
1804 
18G5 
1806 
180? 
1808 
1809 
1810 
1811 
1812 
1813 
1814 
1815 
1816 


h. 
561 
3146 
564 
563 
665 

566 
566, a 

567 
J~ 569"! 


H. 




h m B 
9 1 0-0 
9 1 27-6 
9 2 52-2 
9 2 55-9 
9 3 1-4 

9 3 44-1 
9 3 

9 4 3-5 
9 4 50-4 

9 5 16-1 
9 5 21-2 

9 6 5-8 
9 6 25-9 

9 6 36-0 
9 7 10-6 

9 8 11-6 
9 8 17-0 
9 8 21-5 
9 8 21-8 
9 8 31-6 
9 8 39-8 
9 8 45-5 
9 8 54-8 
995 

9 9 9-9 

9 9 12-3 
9 9 35-0 

9 9 37-1 

9 9 39-0 
9 9 41-2 
9 10 3-6 
9 10 17-0 
9 10 21-5 

9 10 39-7 
9 10 41-4 
9 10 43-8 
9 10 43-8 
9 10 50-9 
9 10 52 
9 10 53-4 
9 10 58-4 
9 11 3-1 
9 11 12-9 
9 11 14-5 
9 11 16-0 
9 11 17-6 
9 11 32-6 
9 11 41-7 


8 

+ 4-226 
2-671 
3-195 
4-014 
3-377 

3-732 

3-728 
2-837 

3-858 
3-613 

2-670 
5-535 

0-866 
2-253 

3-705 
3-624 
3-392 
3-392 
3-899 
4-271 
4-971 
3-413 
3-34 

1-185 

3-410 
5-953 

2-817 

4-975 

4-974 
2-688 
4-684 
2-417 

2-628 
0-713 
3-680 
3-680 
3-6&0 
3-68 
3-680 
3-680 
3-680 
3-680 
3-680 
3-680 
3-680 
3-680 
+ 0-760 


2 
1 
2 
1 

1 

4 

1 

2 

0) 

1 

3 

1 

1:: 
3 

2 

1 

( J) 

1 

1 

2 
1 

[3] 

4 

1: 
1 

2 

0) 
1 

1 

1 
2 

1 
1:: 

1 

[2] 

2 
1 


39 4 21-1 
113 5 19-6 
82 23 38-9 
44 28 15-5 
71 44 55-2 

54 24 3-7 
54 24 

54 29 46-3 
104 14 58-2 

49 21 24-4 
59 23 25-4 

113 36 36-3 

20 12 11-7 

157 21 50-0 
131 51 37-1 

54 59 4-8 
58 31 50-8 
70 27 55-8 
70 28 25-8 
47 27 36-4 
36 54 12-0 
25 18 38-6 
69 13 19-7 
69 22 9 

154 17 18-8 

69 21 43-3 
17 34 40-4 

105 43 14-6 

25 9 42-1 
25 10 11-1 
113 2 16-5 
28 57 59-7 
126 1 53-8 

116 14 46-4 
159 3 4-2-5 
55 49 34-9 
55 19 34-9 
55 40 39-3 
55 47 48 
55 29 4-9 
55 47 34-9 
55 28 34-9 
55 39 34-9 
55 40 20-3 
55 27 34-9 
55 27 34-9 
55 42 29-3 
158 45 49-0 


+ 14-27 
14-32 
14-43 
14-45 
14-44 

14-49 

14-51 
14-54 

14-58 
14-58 

14-61 
14-69 

14-60 
14-67 

14-76 
14-76 
14-76 
14-76 
14-78 
14-80 
14-82 
14-79 
14-80 

14-76 

14-81 
14-88 

14-82 

14-87 
14-87 
14-85 
14-89 
14-86 

14-88 
14-85 
14-88 
14-88 
14-91 
14-91 
14-92 
14-93 
14-93 
14-93 
14-92 
14-92 
14-92 
14-92 
+ 14-90 


2 
1 

2 
1 
1 

4 

1 
2 
(j) 

3 
1 

1 
3 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
[3] 

4 

1 
1 

2 

(O 
1 

1 
1 

2 

1 
1 

2 
[2] 

2 

1 


vF; vS; IE; 3rd of 3 


2 
1 
7 
l 

2* 

6 


2 
3 

2 
1 

5 
4 

I 
4 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1* 
2 
2 
1* 
0* 

4 

1 

2 

3 

1 

2 
3 
1 
2f 

1 

1 
0* 
0* 
2* 
0* 
0* 
0* 
0* 
4* 
0* 
0* 
0* 
0* 

1 






eF;lE;lbM? 


I. 2 




cB; cL; R; vg, vsmbM; r? .. 
pB; L; R; vgbM;r 




III. 61 
II. 564 




vF; S; R; am5Sist; 
(?PD 70) 
pB; S; R; psmbM 




K. nova 


eF; companion of h. 566, 
567. 
vF; S; R; S * 7'5 p 


III. 826 
I. 66 

I. 167 
III. 295 

I. 59 
1.216 




B; S; pmE 90+; psmbM... 
cB; R; mbMBN 


L3147J 
568 






vF; vS; R; 2pBstsp 


{ -} 

L3148J 
570 

3150 
3149 

572 
573 
575 
575 




B; L; mE63'7; gmbM 




B; pL; 1E90+; mbM; r; 




vS*sf inv. 
vF; vS; mEl05 






!; O; pB=*9; vS; R; 






am st. 
vF; S; R; J pl% n5' 


III. 296 
III. 62 
III. 63 
II. 708 
III. 832 
III. 878 





eF; S; R; IbM 




vF; S;R; r 




vF; S; R; r 




pB, S; stellar 


574 




vF; S; IE; *att; *inv 




vF;L; R;mbM 


577 




vF; S; R; np of 2 




D' Arrest, 62 
A. 265 


vF; vS;h.578f7 s> 5; A.P.D. 
118". 
!; ; vL; eRi; vgeCM; 
45 s d; st!3...15. 
vF; S; R; sfof2 


3152 

578 






III. 749 
II. 505 

II. 868 
II. 869 
III. 242 




F; cS; bM 


J" 580"! 




pB; pS; E 45+ ; psmbM ... 
F; S;iF; 1st of 2 


\315lJ 




576 
3153 
579 
3154 

3155 
3156 
581, a 
581, b 
581 




F; S; E;2nd of 2 




F-S;lE;gbM 




F; pmE 




A. 564 


!; QpB; pL; R; vglbM; in 
L, C, Cl. 
eF; *11 att 








pF; vS;R;glbM 




R. nova 
R. nova 


H.MS. No description 








vF;E;I. 113 f 




D'Arrest, 63 
R. nova 
R. nova 
R. nova 


vF; vS; R; h. 581, 6' n 


581, c 
581, d 
582, a 
582 
582,6 
582, c 
582, d 
582, e 
3157 





R.MS. No description 


R.MS. No description 




R.MS. No description 


I. 113 


cB; cL; IE; mbf; 3sts 


R. nova 
R. nova 
R. nova 
R. nova 


3 in Lord R.'s diag. 1 v nr I. 
a in Lord R.'s diag. J 113. 
R..MS. No description 
s of Lord R.'s diagram 
F; pS; R;glbM 









OF NEBTTI^E AND CLT7STEES OF STARS. 



79 



No. 
of 
Cata- 

ogue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
18(50, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
tor 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

I'rcvc'ion 
in 
N.P.D. 
tor 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 


Sir J. H.'s '< 
Catalogues 
of Nebula. 


8ir\V. IT.'* 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


f Obn. 
by h. 

ml II. 


1817 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1821 
1 H'" 


h. 
} 582,/ 

585 
583 
582, g 
586 
584 

3158 


H. 


R. 2 noviE 


h m s 

9 11 + 

9 11 45-3 
9 11 50-3 
9 12 6-0 
9 12 13-5 
9 12 19-6 

9 12 29-8 
9 12 41-2 
9 12 53-2 
9 13 2-9 
9 13 30 
9 13 30-4 

9 13 52-9 
9 14 20-7 
9 14 24-2 
9 14 30-9 
9 14 + 
9 14 41-5 
9 14 44-2 
9 15 45-1 
9 16 48-2 
9 17 8-3 
9 17 11-2 
9 17 11-3 
9 17 21-9 
9 17 28-1 

9 17 37-9 
9 18 8-2 
9 18 
9 18 13-1 
9 18 33-5 
9 19 30-4 
9 19 42-4 
9 20 8-5 
9 20 11-4 
9 20 12-5 
9 20 24-7 
9 20 41-0 
9 21 59-9 
9 22 2-3 
9 22 12-0 
9 22 42-2 
9 24 5-4 
9 24 14-6 
9 24 15-4 
9 24 16-3 
9 24 37-6 
9 25 2-9 
9 25 15-9 
9 25 26-7 
9 25 37-0 
9 26 1-5-3 
9 26 33-1 
9 26 54-2 
9 26 57-2 
9 27 24-1 
9 27 49-1 


8 

+ 2-817 
3-813 
3-680 
3-714 

4-187 

1-357 
3-385 
3-832 
2-392 

2-819 

2-330 
3-826 

3-827 

4-108 

2-895 
4-108 
3-684 
2-920 
3-259 
3-258 
2-/10 
2-016 
1-694 

4-454 
3-255 


1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
\ 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 

1 
5 

'e 

2 
1 
1: 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1- 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2: 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1: 


/ U 

55 40 + 

105 53 11-2 
50 7 15-1 
55 46 35-3 
54 2 26-7 
38 25 33-3 

152 28 51-8 
70 28 52-3 
49 15 51-9 
127 25 37-3 
105 55 
105 55 14-5 

129 57 21-8 
49. 16 29-6 
49 14 39-6 
40 11 39-9 
40 11 + 
101 18 57-6 
40 9 20-2 
54 53 13-7 
99 50 3-2 
77 46 1-8 
77 46 16-1 
112 34 33-8 
140 30 21-5 
147 42 57-5 

32 1 44-8 
77 57 53-6 
77 58 
77 58 34-9 
26 54 27-1 
123 29 36-4 
66 22 59-3 
111 8 37-6 
153 12 29-0 
117 25 24-9 
101 2 12-2 
114 H 43-5 
59 49 57-2 
81 39 42-2 
31 54 24-1 
145 30 15-5 
104 6 31-2 
67 53 46-8 
119 4.6 47-5 
67 52 50-1 
80 57 11-4 
106 7 27-0 
9 37 30-0 
23 26 15-8 
142 17 26-0 
79 13 53-1 
79 16 23-4 
166 46-2 
67 4,0 32-3 
57 40 57-2 
110 13 55-2 


n 

+ 14-94 
14-97 
14-98 
14-99 
15-01 

14-96 
15-01 
15-03 
15-01 

15-05 

15-06 
15-12 
15-12 
15-13 

15-12 
15-14 
15-19 
15-24 
15-26 
15-27 
15-26 
15-25 
15-25 

15-26 
15-32 

15-33 
15-37 
15-38 
15-41 
15-42 
15-40 
15-43 
15-44 
15-45 
15-54 
15-54 
15-57 
15-55 
15-64 
15-66 
15-65 
15-67 
15-68 
15-70 
15-80 
15-76 
15-70 
15-77 
15-78 
15-74 
15-81 
15-84 
+ 15-84 


1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 

2 

1 

2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 

1 
6 

"i 

2 

1 
1 
1 

3 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2: 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1: 


2 of 15 seen. 


0* 

1 

3 

3 
3 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 

1 

2 
2* 
3 

4 
3 
4 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
8 

2 
7 

7 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
3 
4 
1 
2 
1 

4t 
1 

4t 
3 
2 
1 
1 
3* 
4 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 




eF; R; bM; *f8'-5 


III. 627 




vF;vS;R 


R. nova 


? of Lord R.'s diagram 


III. 827 
1.205 


cF; S; R; *10np2' 


1823 




vB; L; vmE150-8; vsmbM 
= #10. 
F; vS; bet 2t 


1824 
1825 
1826 




III. 64 
III. 628. 




S* and neb 






cF; cS 


1827 


3159 
587,0 
587 

3160 
588 
590 
589 
589, a 
592 
591 
593 
594 




vF; S; R; *12attsf 


1828 
1829 




R. nova 


np 587 h.; close 


III. 488 


vF; cL; E 45+; glbM 
*llsf9'. 
eF; cL; R; velbM rr 


1830 
1831 




III. 629 
III. 630 
III. 714 




vF; cS; R; *10p2'; 1st of 2 
vF; S; vgbM; 2nd of 2 


1832 
1833 
1834 






cF; cS; vlE; pglbM; 1st of 2 
Seen with h. 589, 5^1 
pB; pL; R; gmbMN 


R, nova 


1835 
1836 


I. 132 
III. 713 
1.137 
III. 520 
II. 67 
II. 58 




cF;cS;lE;bM;2ndof2 .. 
vB; pL; R; smbM 


1837 
1838 






cF; S; E; bet 2 st 12, 16 .. 
F- vS, p of 2 


1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 

1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
I860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 








pF; S, f of 2 


3161 
3162 
3163 

595 
597 
597,0 
598 
596 
3164 
599 
3165 
3168 
3166 

6oa 

3167 
602 
603 
601 
3169 




B;S; R;gbM 






Cl; 1C 






!!; O =*8: vS; R; *15 
59- 13, 13". 
cF;S;E;vplbM 


III. 846 
II. 546 






pF;pS; R;bM;pof 2, 109 
Forms A with 2 E neb 
vF;pL; R;bM;f of 2 
B; cS; R; mbM;am st 
vF; S; vglbM; rrr; st llm.. 
eF- vS- E9+ 


R. nova 


II. 547 
1.260 


3-255 
4-758 
2-502 
3-445 
2-740 
1-370 
2-627 
2-904 
2-688 
3-562 
3-195 
4-421 
1-839 
2-861- 
3-409 
2-592 
3-410 
3-203 
2-830 
7-880 
4-972 
1-992 
3-228 
+ 3-227 
0-275 
+ 3-408 
3-589 
+ 2-769 




















F; S; R; pmbM; B*nr 
cF; S; R; gmbM 






II. 555 




pF; pS; vlE; vglbM; r 
F- S- R- bM 




III. 297 
III. 8 




vF; S; R; vsbM*12 




vF; E; er; 2 or 3 st inv 
vF; vS; R; vgbM; * 7* s .. 
F: pL; R; gmbM; am 80 st 
vF; vS; stellar 








III. 276 
I. 56 




604-1 
3170 

604-2 
606 
607 




cB; vL; E; gmbM; r; sp of S 
F- S- IE; psbM 




I. 57 

II. 495 
II. 506 
III. 977 




vF; cL; R; pbM ; r; nf of 2 
F- pS; IE- gbM 




1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 




pF; S; IE90...180;mbsf .. 
eF- vS 




605 
3171 
608 
609 
3174 
610 
611 
3172 




eF- S- psbM 






CI;cL;pRi;pC;stl0...14 
F:pL; R;gbM;pof2 
vF;S;R; bMN, f of 2 
pF- pL- R- gbM . 


II. 40 
III. 513 








II. 260 
III. 298 




F- S- vlE 




vF- cS- R- sbMN 




eF- S- R- p of 2 









80 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
f Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 


h. 
3173 
3175 
3177 


H. 
III. 597 




h m s 
9 28 2-3 
9 28 32-8 
9 28 57-4 
9 29 32 
9 29 34 
9 29 42 
9 30 6-6 
9 30 13-5 
9 30 28-4 
9 30 39-3 
9 30 42-6 
9 31 15-5 
9 31 34-7 
9 32 17-7 
9 32 38-7 
9 32 44-3 
9 32 45-9 
9 33 7-8 
9 33 12-5 
9 33 24-7 
9 33 39-4 
9 34 34-3 
9 34 46-9 
9 34 49-3 
9 34 51-5 
9 34 59-1 
9 35 7-4 
9 35 16-9 
9 35 22-9 
9 35 27-7 
9 35 35-6 
9 35 47-6 
9 36 17-2 
9 36 18-4 
9 36 41-2 
9 36 52-2 
9 37 7-5 
9 37 23-0 
9 38 10-3 
9 38 39-5 
9 38 52-0 
9 38 

9 38 55-9 
9 38 58-1 
9 39 4-6 
9 39 18-1 
9 39 21-6 
9 39 28-0 
9 39 32-5 

9 40 2-0 
9 40 4-8 
9 40 4-8 
9 40 5-0 
9 40 7-6 
9 40 10-4 
9 40 13-3 
9 40 150 
9 40 30-2 
9 41 1-2 


8 

+ 2-768 
2-840 
1-993 
3-43 
3-43 
3-43 
2-221 
2-768 
6-574 
3-215 
3-626 
2-756 
3-178 
4-410 
3-291 
3-292 
3-659 
5-746 
5-149 
3-131 
5-734 
3-571 
3-660 
3-084 
3-572 
2-961 
3-573 
2-143 
2-628 
3-029 
5-048 
6-111 
2-937 
2-948 
5-576 
2-330 
2-791 
3-231 
2-780 
3-156 
2-825 

3-391 

2-884 
2-884 
3-391 
2-008 

2-778 

2-619 

3-823 
3-823 
3-823 
2-167 
2-823 
2-634 
3-823 
3-584 
3-823 
+ 3-825 


2 
1 
1 

[1] 

[1] 
1:: 

2 
1 

2 
2 
2 

0) 

2 
1:: 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

4 

1 
1 
4 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

(1) 
3 

1 
1 

1 ' 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 

i? 
i 
i 
i 


110 17 59-8 
105 46 48-4 
142 49 22-7 
66 10 24 
66 12 12 
66 8 18 
136 18 58-8 
110 30 23-1 
12 47 47-8 
79 51 27-0 
55 21 52-3 
111 24 53-9 
82 24 1-5 
30 31 15-3 
74 32 3-3 
74 26 8-3 
53 29 0-6 
16 22 12-4 
20 45 24-1 
85 46 2-7 
16 23 43-3 
57 31 54-6 
53 6 33-9 
89 1 56-6 
57 25 34-9 
97 57 26-9 
57 21 1-2 
139 41 32-9 
119 24 42-2 
93 4 16-5 
21 26 21-7 
14 15 5-9 
99 44- 57-7 
98 58 2-7 
17 4 29-8 
133 33 40-3 
109 49 54-9 
78 20 10-5 
110 37 58-7 
83 41 19-3 
107 44 26-6 
67 20 

67 20 5-9 
103 41 8-9 
103 43 23-9 
67 16 32-5 
144 8 1-9 
110 56 47-5 
120 32 50-5 

45 15 27-0 
45 16 27-0 
45 16 57-0 
139 47 14-1 
45 12 27-0 
119 48 2-4 
45 21 27-0 
55 56 14-0 
45 13 27-0 
45 1 50-5 


+ 15-86 
15-88 
15-89 
15-94 
15-94 
15-95 
15-96 
15-97 
16-06 
16-00 
16-01 
16-03 
16-05 
16-11 
16-11 
16-11 
16-12 
16-18 
16-17 
16-19 
16-21 
16-22 
16-23 
16-22 
16-23 
16-23 
16-24 
16-23 
16-24 
16-25 
16-29 
16-33 
16-29 
16-29 
16-36 
16-31 
16-33 
16-35 
16-39 
16-41 
16-42 

16-43 
16-43 
16-43 
16-45 
16-43 
16-45 
16-45 

16-50 
16-48 
16-48 
16-47 
16-48 
16-48 
16-49 
16-50 
16-52 
+ 16-55 


2 
1 
1 
[1] 
[1] 
[1] 
1:: 
2 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1: 
2 
1: 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2: 
3 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 

1 
1? 


vF;pS;lE; vglbM; f of 2... 
pB; S;R 


3 
1 

1 




1 

5 

2 
5 
2 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
5 
3 
4 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
3 
3 
1 
4* 
3 
3 
1 
1 


1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

2 



1 



1 




1 








Cl; pRi; pC; J taken 




D'Arrest, 64 
D'Arrest, 65 
D'Arrest, 66 


eF; vS; IE; vlbM; 1st of 3... 
eF;S;2nd of 3 










eF; vS; 3rd of 3 


3179 
3178 
612 
614 
613 
3180 
615 
616 
3182 
3181 
620 
617 
618 
621 
619 
622 
623 
626 
624 
628 
627 
3183 
4018 
630 
625 




Cl; eL; vRi; st L& S ... 


II. 556 
III. 963 
III. 4 




pB; pS; vlE; gmbM 




eF; S;iFig; * f3'.. . 




vF; S; vlE; bM; A *t nf 
F; pL; v!EO; vglbM . 








F; S; R;glbM;2or3Sstnr 
vF;pL;vgbM 


III. 519 
IV. 68 






cF; vS; R; vgvmbMN 




eeF; susp 






vF; S; R; n of 2 


III. 541 




cF; pS; iR;glbM; r ... 




eF; *13nr 






F;pL; R; vglbM; #n 
vF;R;gbM 






III. 31 5 
I. 114 
III. 751 
11.275 
II. 491 
III. 527 




vF; vS; R; bM 




B; vL; IE; vgbM; pof2 ... 




eF; vS; R; bM; r 




pF;pL;R; vglbM 




pB; pL; IE; vglbM; fof 2 .. 




vF;DS;iR; vglbM 




F; nfof 3 




A. 397 


Cl; S; IRi; pC; st 13 




eF; pS; B*8m f 


I. 61 
1.285 
1.282 
III. 521 
III. 528 
I. 78 




B; cS; iR; bM; *9sp3" 
B; vL;mE152-4;stinv .. 
cB;pL; IF 






631 
632 
629 
3184 
3185 
633 




pF; pS; vlE; psbM 




vF; pS ; IE 0+; vglbM 
vB; cL; R; psmbM; * inv f. 
Cl; P; E;sU0...11 






III. 289 
III. 34 
11.311 
11.624 




F;pS; R;bM;r; stellar .. 
eF;vS;R;bM(?P.D. 15'). 
pB; pS; iR; mbM 








F;pS;lE90+ 


3186 
634, a 

634 
635 
637 
636 
3189 
3187 
3188 

638 
638, a 
638,6 
3191 
638, c 
3190 
638, d 
639 
638, e 
640 




F;R;gbM; * f 


1916 




R. nova 


Makes a D neb with h. 634 
which follows it. 
F; vS;bM;spof 2 


1917 




1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 

1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
193 
1932 
193: 


III. 277 
III. 278 




cF; S; R; bM; stellar; p of 2 
cF; S; R; bM; stellar; f of 2 
F; S; R; bM; nf of 2 










Cl; P;1C; stmm 






vF; S; *20 f 1' , 


V. 50 
11.717 




!; vF; vL; vg, vsbMN 4" 
19 S '5 d. 
pF; pL; iR;bM; r 




R. nova 
R. nova 
A. 397 
R. nova 


RMS 

Suspected; MS 






Cl; S; IRi; iF; st!2...15 .. 
MS 





1 


F;S; R; *12att 320 ..... 
MS 


V.'"26 


R. nova 


1 


! cB;L; vimE90 


R. nova 


MS 


1 


pF; R; bM; r; p of 2 









OF NEBULA AND CLUSTEES OF STAES. 



81 



No. 




Reference! 


i to 


Right 


Annual 

['recession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 

..f 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 

and -Nn-. 


Other 
Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


for 
18GO, Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &o. 


times 
ufObs. 
by h. 

mil 11. 


'i:u 


h. 
638, / 


H. 


R. nova 


ll 111 S 

9 41 4-0 


8 

+ 3-823 




45 15 27-0 


+ 16-55 




MS 


o 


1935 


641 






9 41 7-2 


3-825 


1 


45 16-5 


16-55 


1 


F;psbM;rr;fof 2 


1 


1936 


}641,a 




R. nova; 


9 41 + 






45 + 






Several near 





193;/ 
1938 






D'Arrest, 67 


9 41 32 


3-49 


[1] 


54 38 7 


16-56 


[1] 


vF; pL; R; coinetary 





1939 


642 






9 41 32-1 


3-251 


1 


76 32 0-8 


16-56 




F;pL;R;glbM 


1 


1940 


642, a 




R. nova 


9 41 






76 32 






3 "novae," with 642 (Vide 





1941 


644 






9 42 3-2 


3-011 


1 


94 33 38-4 


16-58 


1 


h. 646, 648). 
eF; L; p of 2 


1 


1942 


646 


III. 51 




9 42 31-0 


3-250 


3 


76 31 58-3 


16-61 


3 


eF;pS;lEO+; r 


4 


1943 


647 






9 42 38-9 


3-012 


1 


94 31 9-3 


16-61 


1 


F; R; vglbM;fof2 


1 


1944 


645 


1.115 




9 42 39-6 


3-579 


9, 


55 47 35-6 


16-62 


9 


pB; pS; vlE; mbM; *10 sf 


4 


1945 


648 


III. 52 




9 42 54-1 


3-249 


1 


76 36 18-9 


16-63 


1 


100. 
eF;pL; E; r 


2 


1946 


3192 






9 42 58-1 


2-782 


1 


111 5 19-6 


16-62 


1 


eF; vS; R; #9s 


1 


1947 


643 


V. 23 




9 43 9-9 


5-466 


1 


17 8 23-4 


16-68 


1 


vF; vL;IE;r 


3 


1948 


3193 






9 43 177 


2-821 


1 


108 31 38-2 


16-64 


1 


F;S;R;lbM 


1 


1949 


649 




M. 81 


9 4.3 48-9 


5-066 


1 


20 16 10-0 


16-70 


1 


!; eB; eL; E156-0; 


4 


1950 
1951 


650 


IV. 79 
4H70N 


I M.82 


9 43 52-3 
9 44 0-3 


5-142 
3-497 


1 

91 


19 34 16-3 

60 7 7-4 


16-71 
16-68 


1 

9. 


g, svmbMBrN. 

vB; vL; vmE "a beautiful 
ray." 
F; S; sbM*12; bet 2Bst ... 


2* 
2 


1952 


3194 




B. 2686 


9 4+ 1-8 


1-975 


9, 


145 45 42-8 


16-66 


2 


Cl; pL; pRi; IF; stll...l2... 


2 


1953 




W. H. noTf 


M.81?? 


9 44 38-0 


5-064 


1 


20 12 18-9 


16-73 


1 


vB ; cL ; mE ; 5 or 6 st (?) inv 


1* 


1954 


3197 






9 45 5*8 


1-674 


1 


152 2 12-3 


16-71 


1 


CI;cL;lC 


1 


1955 


3195 






9 45 6-2 


2-705 


1 


116 22 6-6 


16-72 


1 


F;pS;R;lbM .. 


1 


iqr.fi 


3196 


11. 98 




9 45 25-6 


3-300 


1 


72 39 56-5 


16-75 


1 


; F; L; R; vglbM; rr; 


4 


19.57 


651 


11.835 




9 46 19-3 


4-327 


9, 


30 2 40-3 


16-81 


2 


2Bstsp. 
cF;pS;lE; vgbM; #10 n 7' 


4 


1958 


652 


III. 254 




9 46 26-5 


3-097 


1 


87 55 58-0 


16-80 




vF; vL; vmElll-5 


3 


1959 


3198 






9 46 38-8 


2-834 


1 


107 59 3-0 


16-80 




vF;pS; R;IbM 


1 


I960 


3199 






9 47 1-9 


2-704 


1 


116 40 25-6 


16-82 




pF; R 


1* 


19fil 


3201 






9 47 41-3 


2-707 


1 


116 37 56-5 


16-85 




pF;S; R;gl)M 


1* 


1962 


3202 


III. 272 




9 47 50-8 


2-836 


1 


107 58 44-8 


16-86 




F;pL; R;glbM 


2* 


1963 


3200 


II I. 600 




9 47 53-6 


3-293 


1 


72 54 4-1 


16-87 




vF;S;vlE;gbM 


2 


1964 


656 


VI. 4 




9 47 59-1 


3-133 


2 


85 4 19-1 


16-87 


8 


F;pL;vlE; vgbM;rr;#7f90'. 


4 


1965 


3203 






9 4g i.vs 


2-692 


2 


117 38 37-4 


16-88 


2 


pB; S; R- vgmbM' #11 att 


2 


1966 




III. 978 




9 48 24-1 


7-497 


1 


9 3 41-8 


16-96 


1 


203-8. 
eF;pL; vlbM; 2S sts 


1 


196? 


3205 






9 48 31-2 


0-647 


1 


163 16 15-5 


16-85 




F; L; iR; glbM; S# inv 


1 


1968 


3204 


III. 601 




9 48 39-8 


3-297 


1 


72 30 4-3 


16-91 




vF; cS; v!E;er 


2 


1969 


654 


II. 333 




9 48 42-7 


5-376 


1 


17 9 25-2 


16-94 




pF; vS; R; bM; #11 nr 


3 


1970 


653 


11.903 




9 48 44-4 


6-102 


1 


13 10 9-5 


16-95 




vF; pL.; r 


2 


1971 


655 


II. 334 




9 48 57-4 


5-366 


1 


17 12 16-5 


16-95 




vF;vS; vglbM 


3 


1972 




11.909 


H.ON5 


9 49 50-5 


5-382 


1 


17 12 24-7 


16-99 




F; pL; R; 3rd of 3 


1 


1973 


657 


II. 492 




9 50 7-9 


3-533 


3 


56 57 50-4 


16-98 


3 


pB;pL;E90+;gbM;#9nf 


4 


1974 




III. 293 




9 50 32-8 


3-474 


1 


60 21 51-7 


16-99 


1 


eeF; eS; stellar (?) 


1 


1975 


659 


II. 59 




9 50 39-1 


3-209 


1 


78 58 42-7 


16-99 


1 


pB; pS; R;gmbMN; 3 st nr 


2 


1976 


3206 


III. 273 




9 50 47-0 


2-831 


2 


108 40 49-7 


16-99 


9, 


vF;pS;lE;glbM 


3 


1977 




III. 853 




9 51 10-7 


4-126 


1 


33 42 23-9 


17-03 


1 


vF; S; vglbM 


1 


1978 


660 


III. 542 




9 51 18-7 


3-585 


1 


53 55 47-9 


17-03 


1 


vF; pL; ill; vgvlbM .... 


4 


1979 


3207 






9 51 19-5 


3-261 


1 


74 53 56-9 


17-03 


1 


vvF- #14 att- #11 f 


1 


1980 


3208 






9 51 32-2 


2-848 


1 


107 30 25-9 


17-03 


1 


eF; S; R ... 


1 


1981 


3209 


II. 268 




9 52 4-6 


2-731 


1 


116 15 22-5 


17-05 


1 


pB; S; R; mbM .. 


2 


1982 


658 


1.286 




9 52 7-4 


4-925 


(2) 


20 35 17-7 


17-09 


1 


cB; cL; mbM- R with ray 


3 


1983 




V. 47 




9 52 24-3 


4-119 


\ / 
1 


33 38 27-7 


17-09 


1 


vB; L; mE 135+ 


1 


1984 




III. 934 




9 52 34-6 


3-241 


I 


76 19 59-7 


17-09 


1 


vF 


] 


1985 




III. 596 




9 52 37-0 


2-786 


9 


112 7 58-4 


17-08 


9, 


vF; cS; IbM; AS st np . . 


2 


1986 


3210 






9 52 40-5 


2-671 


1 


119 41 50-4 


17-08 


1 


vF- S- R; J att 


1 


1987 


3211 






9 52 45-4 


+ 2-722 


1 


116 28 7-7 


+ 17-09 


1 


vF- S- R- #13 att sf 


1 



























MDCCCLXIV. 



82 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata 

logue 


Eeferences to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Ac. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulas 


Sir W. H.' 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


1988 
1989 
1990 
1991 
1992 
1993 
1994 
1995 
1996 
1997 
1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 
2002 
2003 
2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 

2008 

2009 
2010 
2011 
5067 
2012 
2013 
2014 
2015 
2016 


h. 
3212 
3213 
661 
3214 
3215 
3216 
3217 
663 
664 
3218 
662 
665 
3219 
666 
3220 
3221 


H. 




h m s 
9 52 50-7 
9 53 4-5 
9 53 17-7 
9 53 19-7 
9 53 38-9 
9 53 53-3 
9 54 2-5 
9 54 22-3 
9 54 25-4 
9 54 27-6 
9 54 36-7 
9 55 19-4 
9 55 46-4 
9 55 58-4 
9 56 17-6 
9 56 40-1 
9 56 54-3 
9 57 14-8 
9 58 3-2 
9 58 11-2 

9 58 14-3 

9 59 14-8 
9 59 18-4 
9 59 26-0 
9 59 51-1 
2-2 
10 14-8 
10 40-4 


8 

+ 2-832 
2-607 
3-367 
2-705 
2-831 
2-655 
2-832 
3-398 
3-525 
2-655 
4-298 
3-675 
2-120 
3-504 
2-660 
2-746 
3-242 
3-818 
2-716 
1-934 

2-988 

2-627 
3-247 
3-003 

2-848 
2-700 
3-299 
3-195 
3-296 
2-523 
1-540 
3-759 
1-545 
2-719 
2-982 
2-936 
5-285 
3-861 
+ 3-222 
0-511 
+ 3-113 
2-700 
3-592 

5-424 
3-345 
3-589 
4-054 
3-116 
3-116 
3-34 
4-194 
3-116 

3-745 

+ 87-502 


] 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 

2 

1 
1 

1 
2 

0) 

1 

4 
1? 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 

1? 

2 
1: 
1 

3 

[1] 
1 
3 

1 
1:: 


10S 50 56-7 
123 33 46-0 
66 55 52-6 
117 38 50-3 
108 57 52-9 
120 52 53-2 
108 57 58-5 
64 37 15-1 
56 37 10-4 
120 59 37-8 
29 13 26-7 
48 35 27-3 
144 6 16-3 
58 8 19-2 
121 33-2 
115 29 25-8 
75 49 0-4 
42 3 28-0 
117 46 13-6 
149 26 46-6 

97 2 32-9 

123 32 36-4 
74 55 35-7 
95 51 17-9 
89 15 7-3 
108 33 36-3 
119 15 12-6 
70 53 43-5 
79 20 43-5 
71 4 49-8 
129 45 5'5 
156 41 44-1 
43 21 12-6 
156 41 30-4 
118 22 22-3 
97 47 52-5 
101 44 15-8 
15 54 35-5 
38 49 21-9 
76 38 47-9 
169 43 54-4 
86 10 27-2 
120 16 4-2 
50 33 28-5 

50 33 + 

14 53 50-7 
66 34 30-8 
50 40 11-1 
32 38 47-1 
85 56 15-7 
85 52 53-7 
59 42 7 
29 4 36-3 
85 50 20-3 

42 42 39-2 
6 46-2 


+ 17-09 
17-10 
17-12 
17-n 
17-13 
17-14 
17-15 

17-17 

17-18 
17-16 
17-19 
17-21 
17-21 
17-24 
17-24 
17-26 
17-28 
17-30 
17-32 
17-32 

17-33 

17-38 
17-39 
17-43 

17-41 

17-42 
17-45 
17-45 
17-46 
17-45 
17'47 
17-52 
17-48 
17-51 
17-55 
17-56 
17-65 
17-63 
17-63 
17-58 
17-64 
17-64 
17-65 

17-69 
17-66 
17-67 
17-67 
17-69 
17-69 
17-69 
17-71 
17-71 

17-74 
+ 19-47 


2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 

2 
1 

i 

i 

2 
1:: 


vF;S;R 


1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
2 

O 

2 
2 
2 
2f 
1 
3 
1 
3 

3 

1 


2 

1 

2 
2* 
1 

1 

4t 
1 
1* 
2 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
2 



1 
5 
2 
1 

8 

1 
8 

1 

1* 






pB; S; R; pmbM; bet 2 st... 
vF; S 


III. 24 






pF; pS; R; vSotinv ... 


II. 293 




pB; pS; iR; bM; p of 2 




F; L; E; vgvlbM .. 






eF; R; IbM; f of 2 






pB; S;mE90+;' P sbMN... 
eF; S 


III. 478 






pB; pS; R; gpmbM .. . 


III. 916 
IV. 48 




vF; vS; R; bM; *11, 142-2 
eF;pL;E45 + ;vF*inv... 
Cl; C; IE; st!3 16 .. 






II. 320 




F; S; R;sbM 




F; S; R; glbM . .. . 






cF; vL; vmE82-3;lbM ... 
F; L red * n 3' 


II. 898 




667 
3222 
3224 
C 6681 

\3223J 
3225 




pB; S; R; SmbM *12 






eF;L;A2st8m 




A. 297 


CI;eL;lC;B;st9...14 

vB; L; vmE45; 
vg, vsmbMEN. 
F;pS; R;gbM 


1.163 






Auw. N. 26 


F;(Lassell, Mar. 31, 1848)... 
F;S;lE;er 





11.305 




See No. 5067. 
F;pL; R; IbM; *s 


3226 
3227 
669 
670 
671 
3228 
3229 
672 
3231 
3230 
3232 
673 
674 
675 
677 
3234 
680 
3233 
678 

} 678, a 

676 
682 
681 
679 
684, a 
684 










cF; S; R; vgbM 


III. 65 




eF; cS; vlE; r 




10 45-2 


1 

1 
4 
1? 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 

1:: 
3 
1: 
1 

4 

[1] 
1 

4 

1 
1:: 


eF; S; psbM; 31 Leon sflOO" 
pB; pS; pmE; gbM 






10 54*9 


2017 
2018 






10 1 8-2 


!I; O ; vB; vL; IE; *9M; 4 S -0 d. 
B; R;bM 






10 1 46-2 
10 2 9-8 


2019 






F;S;R;gbM 


2020 
2021 






10 2 Q-9 


pB;pS; R;gbM; *13n ... 
vF;S;IE 






10 2 30-4 
10 3 9-9 
10 3 17-7 
10 4 47-5 
10 4 48-3 
10 5 8-4 
10 5 10-7 
10 5 25-3 
10 5 27-7 
10 5 31-3 

10 5 + 

10 5 42-7 
10 5 43-5 
10 5 48-2 
10 5 49-2 
10 6 15-4 
10 6 29-6 
10 6 36 
10 6 45-3 
10 6 58-5 

10 7 32-0 
10 8 7-9 


2022 
2023 
2024 
2025 
2026 
2027 
2028 
2029 
2030 
2031 
2032 
2033 
2034 
2035 
2036 
2037 
2038 
2039 
2040 
2041 

2042 
2043 






F;R 


III. 51 8 
I. 79 




F;pL; R; vg, slbM; f of 2... 
vB; L; R; vg, vsvmbM 






* 7 m in photosphere 2' or 3' d 


HI. 53 






F; S;1E; vlbM; *15inv ... 
F; cS; R; psbM; A B st f ... 
vF; pS; E; #8'9sp 


III. 255 






II. 639 




cB; cS; R; psbM; r 


R. 2 novse 


3 seen; one(? which)=h.678 
vF; S; R 




II. 43 
11.640 




pF; cL; R; vglbM; r; S*inv 
F; S; R;gbM 






eF;S;R; vglbM 




R. nova 


vvF; mEO+ 


I. 3 


B; pS; R; psmbM; p of 2... 
F; S;??ClofvSst 


D' Arrest, 68 


683 
685 

686 
250 




F; psbM; stellar; * 7'8 np 5' 
B; pL; vlE; pgmbM; * 11, 
78% 80". 
F; S; R 


I. 4 










vF;R;gbM;*ll, 2's; Po- 
larissima Borealis. 







OF NEBULA AND CLUSTEES OF STABS. 



83 



No. 




Referent* 


8 tO 


Eight 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


of 

Cata- 
logue 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


in 

Right 

Ascension 
for 1880. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Ac. 


of Obs. 
by h. 

mil J I. 


2044 


h. 
3235 


H. 




h in - 
10 8 9*4 


s 
+ 2'754 


1 


116 59 43-5 


+ 17-75 


1 


eF;S;R;2B 8 tf 


1 


2045 




III.964 




10 8 H'-l 


5-415 


1 


14 38 38-0 


17-80 


1 


cF; S; stellar; S * f nr 


1 


2046 


3236 






10 8 18-9 


2-738 


2 


118 11 3-8 


17-76 


2 


cB ; L; mE 50-5; vglbM ... 


2 


2047 


6.87 


III. 25 




10 8 51 '5 


3-318 


3 


68 10 42-7 


17-79 


3 


cF; S; R; psBM 


4 


9048 


3237 






10 9 23-5 


2-905 


1 


105 5 56-0 


17-80 


1 


pB; pL;gpmbM 


1 


2049 


688, a 






10 9 44-5 


3-623 




47 53 13-9 


17-83 




MS; no description 





2050 


688,6 




11. nova 


10 9 47-2 


3-623 




47 54 1-9 


17-83 




MS; no description 





2051 




I. 265 




10 9 47-5 


4-082 


1 


31 5 44-2 


17-84 


1 


cB;cL;iR; vgbM 


1 


2052 


688 


I. 168 




10 9 49-9 


3-623 


1 


47 53 1*9 


17-83 


1 


pB; vL; R; vgbM 


4 


2053 


689 






10 9 53-3 


3-627 


1 


47 41 6-2 


17-84 


1 


pF; vL; R; vgbM; 12 % 5d; 


1 


2054 

mi5 


692,o 
692,6 





D'Arrest, 69 
R. nova 


10 9 57 
10 10 4-7 


3-32 
3-324 


[2] 


67 35 48 
67 25 19-5 


17-83 
17-85 


[2] 


*lln2'. 
pF; |iL; ginbM (Jin Lord R.'s 
diagram). 
Marked y in Lord R.'s diagr 






POftfi 


690 


III.910 




10 10 17-0 


4-047 


1 


31 53 7-8 


17-86 


1 


C- T 

vF; pL; r 


2 


2057 


692, c 




R. nova 


10 10 






67 28 






mE, parallel to h. 692, with 





0058 


692 


11. 44 




10 10 23-3 


3-324 


3 


67 28 10-5 


17-85 


I 


which it forms D neb. 
B;pS; E;psbMN;spof2 


4f 


2059 


691 






10 10 25-8 


3-726 


1 


42 51 47-8 


17-86 


1 


F; S; R;bM 


1 


2060 




III. 704 




10 10 27'6 


3-728 


1 


42 43 44-8 


17-86 


1 


eF; vS;(?) 


1 


flOfil 


693 


II. 45 




10 10 41-11 


3-324 


3 


67 24 24-8 


17-86 


8 


B; S; vlE; pslbM; r; #9 


4 


9<\f>9 




HI. 695 




10 10 46-8 


+ 5-391 


1 


14 29 43-0 


17-90 


1 


352-0, 75" nf of 2. 
vF; vS 


1 


sofia 


3241 






10 10 51-5 


0-506 


c 


170 10 11-6 


17-82 


f, 


I; O; pB; S; IE; 13"-0 d, 


*t 


?064 


694 


III. 348 




10 10 53-6 


+ 3-398 


1: 


61 38 27-1 


17-87 


1: 


3S st nr. 
eeF; pS; IE 


2 


*0fi5 




III. 966 




10 10 57-9 


6-114 


1 


11 4 53-6 


17-92 


1 


vF;vS 


1 


Wfifi 


695 


I. 199 




10 11 14-4 


3-702 


1 


43 44 15-7 


17-89 


1 


pB; vL; mE45+ ; vgbM... 


3 


9(tf>7 


3239 






10 11 46-1 


2-128 


4 


147 15 39*7 


17-89 


4 


!; vB; vL; falcate; J N 


4-r 


so6s 


3238 




A. 445 


10 11 52-8 


2-452 


2 


135 42 6-0 


17-90 


2 


; vL; iR; 1CM; gbM 


2 


2069 


696 


II. 720 




10 12 5-3 


3-643 


1 : 


46 18 42-6 


17-92 


1 : 


st 13. ..16. 
cF; S; R; vgbM; 1st of 3... 


2 


?070 


3240 






10 12 5-5 


2-777 


2 


116 17-3 


17-91 


2 


pB; S; cE; gbM 


2 


3071 


698 






10 12 12-9 


3-396 


1 


61 28 54-6 


17-92 


1 


eF; pL; gbM 


1 


2072 


699 


11.721 




10 12 21-7 


3-641 


1 


46 20 50-2 


17-94 


1 


cF; S; R; vgbM; 2nd of 3... 


2 


2073 


697 


1.266 




10 12 30-9 


4-011 


1 


32 22 5-2 


17-94 


1 


pB; cL; E; vglbM 


2 


2074 


700 


II. 722 




10 12 33-3 


3-641 


1 


46 18 50-2 


17-94 


1 


cF; S; R; stellar; 3rd of 3... 


2 


2075 


701 






10 12 47-0 


3-365 


1 


63 47 46-5 


17-95 


1 


F; S; R; has a * 


] 


S076 


3242 






10 13 17-6 


1-946 


2 


151 58 35-5 


17-95 


2 


O; =* 10 m; R; am 150 st 


2 


2077 




II 1. 979 


H. ON 


10 13 34-0 


6-559 


1 


9 27 5-6 


18-02 


1 


Stellar; 1st of 3 


1 


078 




III. 980 


H. ON 


10 13 34-2 


6-565 


1 


9 26 5*6 


18-02 


1 


vF- S- 2nd of 3 


1 


2079 




III. 981 


H. ON 


10 13 34-3 


6-571 


1 


9 25 5-9 


18-03 


1 


vF- S; 3rd of 3 


1 


2080 


702 


III. 330 




10 13 55-0 


3-342 


1 


65 21 53-7 


J7-99 


1 


vF; pS; H; bM 


2 


2081 




1.283 




10 14 23-0 


5-297 


1 


14 37 52-9 


18-03 


1 


cB; cL; eR 


1 


2082 




III.911 




10 14 26-4 


3-998 


1 


32 15 55-6 


18-02 


1 


vF; cL; iF 


1 


S083 






D'Arrest, 70 


10 14 39 


3-31 


T2T 


67 42 12 


18-01 


T21 


eF* mE; a ray 





084 






Auw. N. 27 


10 14 55-0 


3-288 


L*J 


69 24 42-6 


18-02 


L*J 


F* IbMr (Winnecke, June 


o 


2085 


3243 






10 15 20-5 


2-683 


1 


123 32 59-9 


18-03 


1 


1855). 
pB; vL; vlE; pslbMN 


1 


086 


3244 






10 15 27-7 


2-677 


1 


123 59 28*2 


18-04 


1 


vF* pS; R; vgmbM 


1 


2087 


703 


II. 882 




10 15 43-0 


4-028 


1 


31 9 19-1 


18-07 


1 


cF; pL; IE; vgbM 


2 


2088 




II. 28 




10 15 55-1 


3-289 


1 


69 23 27-8 


18-06 


1 


vF* cLl R 1 -r- t ~n ~.t f 


1* 


2089 




II. 29 




10 15 58-5 


3-289 


1 


69 22 28-1 


18-07 


1 


vF*cL*Il} Dneb;45 > 2 { 


1* 


2090 


3245 




A. 386 


10 16 10-6 


2-352 


! 


141 1 1-8 


18-06 


! 


Cl- 9 L & a few S st 


1 


5068 








10 16 14-1 






89 13 46*0 






See No. 5068. 




2091 


705 






10 16 15*7 


3-207 


3 


76 44 21'4 


18-08 


3 




3 


2092 


704 






10 16 25-6 


4*456 


1 


22 29 6-0 


18-10 


1 


Cl- cL- P* 1C- st 10 12 


1 


2093 






D'Arrest, 71 


10 16 33 


3.QQ 


n i 


III 111 49 


Ift-HQ 


ri i 


eeF- #11 p Is 150"pof2 


o 


2094 


706 






10 17 5-1 


3-374 


L-J 
j 


62 16 5-0 


18-10 


L* J 
1 


pB- pS- R- psbM .. . 


1* 


2095 






D'Arrest, 72 


10 17 7 


3-38 


ro-| 


61 16 12 


18-11 


T21 


F* S- f of2 


o 


2096 


707 






10 17 16-6 


+ 4-142 


L*J 
1 


28 1 16-9 


+ 18-13 


L*J 
1 


eF- vS- psbM- 2st 11, 12, f 


1 



























M2 



SIE J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
if Obs. 
by h. 
ndH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


2097 
2098 

2099 

2100 
2101 
2102 

2103 
2104 
2105 
2106 
2107 
2108 
2109 

2110 
2111 
2112 
2113 
2114 
2115 
2116 
2117 
2118 
2119 
2120 
2121 
2122 
2123 
2124 
2125 
2126 
2127 
2128 
2129 
2130 
2131 
2132 
2133 
2134 


h. 

709 

708 

f-*\ 

\3246J 

3247 
3249 
3248 

4019 
711 
712 
3250 
713 
3251 
3252 


H. 
III. 631 
III. 883 

IV. 10 




h m s 
10 17 27-7 


8 

+ 3-556 
3-980 

3-255 

2-851 
2-717 
2-886 

2-612 
3-385 
3-116 
2-196 
3-314 
2-690 
2-625 

3-35 
5-054 
3-392 
2-111 
2-553 
2-689 
2-689 
4-272 
2-689 
2-546 
2-554 
2-692 
2-556 
3-377 
3-895 
4-246 
2-696 
2-697 
2-699 
3-329 
2-697 
3-360 
2-681 
2-635 
3-369 
2-637 
2-711 
2-536 
3-944 
2-808 
3-945 
3-28 
3-942 
2-713 
2-258 
3-474 
3-698 
3-193 

3-206 

3-285 
3-283 

+ 2-757 


1: 
1 

3 

2 
1 
4 

1 
4 
1 
1:: 
1 
1 
4 

[1] 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
2? 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
1: 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
2 
1 


49 39 49-9 
32 4 25-9 

72 8 18-9 

111 4 56-9 
121 45 28-9 
107 55 50-2 

129 6 23-4 
60 47 1-7 
85 26 24-7 
147 10 35-7 
66 26 28-6 
124 14 38-3 
129 13 45-9 

63 11 42 
15 27 11-9 
59 47 27-1 
149 57 49-8 
133 11 7-1 
124 56 49-0 
124 53 9-0 
24 14 50-9 
124 52 39-0 
133 56 12-6 
133 29 7-6 
124 53 48-9 
133 24 32-9 
60 29 34-9 
33 11 37-5 
24 32 16-8 
124 38 10-2 
124 39 10-2 
124 30 10-5 
64 24 28-5 
124 39 3-5 
61 36 59-4 
126 1 22-1 
129 13 51-7 
60 46 20-7 
129 13 52-0 
124 8 4-3 
135 22 3-5 
30 44 23-1 
116 44 11-8 
30 40 11-4 
67 37 18 
30 43 31-4 
124 34 31-4 
147 28 14-7 
51 57 17-3 
39 9 51-9 
76 34 38-9 

75 6 29-2 

67 15 27-2 
67 23 45-2 
121 37 4-2 


+ 18-13 
18-13 

18-13 

18-13 
18-13 
18-14 

18-18 
18-19 
18-19 
18-19 
18-22 
18-21 
18-23 

18-23 
18-27 
18-27 
18-26 
18-27 
18-30 
18-30 
18-33 
18-32 
18-32 
18-32 
18-33 
18-33 
18-33 
18-35 
18-36 
18-34 
18-34 
18-35 
18-35 
18-35 
18-38 
18-37 
18-39 
18-39 
18-40 
18-41 
18-45 
18-47 
18-46 
18-45 
18-47 
18-48 
18-48 
18-49 
18-51 
18-53 
18-53 

18-54 

18-54 
18-54 
+ 18-54 


1: 

1 

3 

2 
1 
4 

1 
5 
2 
1 
3 
1 
4 

[1] 
1 

3 
1 

1 
2 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
2? 
2 
1 
1 

4 

a 

n 

\ 

3 
3 
1 
1 

1 
4 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
1: 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 

2 

1 


vF; vS; R; p^bM 


3 

2 

5 

2 
1 
7t 

1 
6 
3 
3 

4 
1 
5 


1* 
5 
1 

2 
3 
4 
2 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
5 
3 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 

2 
1 
1* 
4 
2 
2 

5 

1 
3 

1 




10 17 28'5 


F; S; R; pslbM 




10 17 31-0 


vF; # 9 inv nr M 




10 17 53-2 
10 17 56-8 


eF; S; R- * nr 






"*"* pmE* glbM* #11 np 


IV. 27 


Lai. 20204 


10 18 2-2 
10 1Q 20-9 


;O; vB;lE, 135;32"d+; 
blue. 
vF- # 11 m 90" n 


I. 86 




10 19 24-9 


vB- pL- E- smbMEN 




10 19 26-0 


eF;S;R;2stA;*6,300 ,8' 
st inv in neb 






10 19 37-Q 


II. 347 




10 20 2-0 


pB; S; R; psbM 




10 20 6-9 


eF; pL; R- vgvlbM 






10 20 25-6 


pB; pL; R; vg, psbM; *13, 
45. 
vF pL * 3 B st sp 




D'Arrest, 73 


10 20 29 




III. 31 6 
I. 72 


10 20 51-1 
10 21 27*2 


feF; pS; inE * r 


714 
3253 
3254 
3255 
3256 
715 
3257 
3258 
3260 
3259 
3261 
718 
716 
717 
3262 
3263 
3264 
719 
3265 
720 
3266 
3267 
721 
3268 
3269 
3271 




cB;L; E45+ ; psmbMN... 
Cl- pS- vC- st 15 




10 21 32-2 






10 21 53-0 


cB- S- R- gmbM 






000 OQ.Q 


vF; vS; R;p*bM; 1st of 4... 
cF; S; R; pslbM; 2nd of 4... 
F; S; R;gbM 






22 36-9 
10 22 42-9 


II. 870 






10 22 52-7 
10 23 3-0 
10 23 8-2 
10 23 11-4 
10 23 13-8 
10 23 15-9 
10 23 18-3 
10 23 29-5 
10 23 33-9 
10 23 37-9 
10 23 41-1 
10 23 44-1 
10 23 45-9 
10 24 27-7 
10 24 34-0 
10 24 57-7 
10 25 4-1 
10 25 26-1 
10 25 34-3 
10 26 51-1 
10 26 58-6 
10 27 1-3 
10 27 9-3 
10 27 11 
10 27 12-7 
10 27 47-4 
10 28 7-7 
10 28 12-8 
10 28 44-6 
10 28 57-8 

10 29 10-6 

10 29 13-4 
10 29 18-1 
10 29 20-3 


vvF; vS; R; pslbM; 3rd of 4 
F ; S ; R * am st 










eF; S; R 






vF; vS; R; pslbM; 4th of 4 
F; S;mE 280+; psbM ... 
pF; S; R; psbM; * sf nr ... 
eF- bet 2 S st 






III. 349 






II. 871 




cF; vS; R; psmbM* 




eF- vS- R- 1st of 4 






F- S- R- 2nd of 4 






F- S- R- bM- 3rd of 4 


III. 331 




cF; vS; E; glbM 




pF; S; E;pmbM; 4th of 4... 
F- pL- R- glbM- * f 


II. 358 






F- L- vlE- pslbM 






F- S- * 8 p 


II. 359 




cB- cS- R- pgmbM 


2135 
2136 
2137 
2138 
2139 
2140 
2141 
2142 
2143 
2144 
2145 
2146 
214? 

2146 

214S 
2150 
2151 




F- S- R; nf. 






eF- pL- E- glbM 






pF;S;R;gbM 


III.912 




eF- vS 


3270 

722 




pB; S; IE; gbM; 1st of 9 ... 
vF; pS; R; pslbM 


III.917 




D'Arrest, 74 


F- oL- * p 24", 225" s 


723 
3272 
3276 

724 
725 
726 

T 7| 


III. 91 8 


eF; cS; R; vglbM 




eF- vS; R 






Cl; B; Ri; pL 


1.164 
III. 767 
III. 54 

III. 55 

II. 46 
II. 46?? 




cB; L; mE 135+ ; glbM ... 
vF; pS; iE 






eF- cL; R; vgbM; r 




cF; cS; R; pmbM; r; atnB st 
pF; S; r; ApBstn 


t_3273j 


728 
3274 






cB- S- IE- psbM; r 




eF- S- R 









OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTEES OF STARS. 



No. 




Reference 


s to 


Right 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


of 
Cata- 
logue 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, lie. 


times 
of Obs. 
by b. 
and H. 


2152 


h. 
3275 


H. 




h m s 
10 29 22-6 


1 
+ 2-756 


1 


121 38 4'l-2 


+ 18-54 


1 


vF; S; R 


1 


215.'! 


730 


III. 66 




10 29 27-1 


3-245 


2 


71 8 48-2 


18-54 


2 


vF; vS; rlE; glbM;r.... 


3 


2154 


729 


III. 615 




10 29 339 


3-470 


9, 


51 49 25-5 


18-55 


?, 


vF; cS; psbM; er .. 


4 


2155 


3277 






10 29 38-5 


2-818 


1 


116 26 17-5 


18-55 


1 


vF; S; R; 2nd of 9 


1 


2156 


3278 






10 29 41-3 


2-813 


1 


116 52 38-5 


18-55 


1 


eeF; 3rd of 9 


1 


2157 


3279 






10 29 48-4 


2-816 


4 


116 42 50-5 


18-55 


4 


F; S; R; 4th of 9 


4 


2158 


731 


IV. 60 




10 29 59-7 


3-770 


1 


35 45 49-1 


18-55 


1 


O? cB; pL; R; 


3+ 


2159 


3280 






10 30 1-1 


2-815 


2 


116 48 5-8 


18-56 


2 


vg, vsmbMN 15". 
B; L; R; p of D neb- 5th of 9 


3 


2160 


3281 






10 30 9-5 


2-815 


1:: 


116 49 17-1 


18-57 


It: 


B; L; R; fofDneb; 6th of 9 


1 


2161 


3282 






10 30 28-7 


2-815 


2 


116 53 42-1 


18-57 


2 


cF; E; gbM- 7th of 9 . 


2 


2162 


3283 






10 30 39'9 


2-815 


1 


116 56 48-4 


18-58 


1 


8th of 9 


1 


2163 


3284 






10 30 59-8 


2-817 


3 


116 52 45-7 


18-59 


3 


F; S; R; bM- 9th of 9 


3 


3164 


3285 






10 31 6-1 


2-636 


2 


130 54 24-7 


18-59 


9, 


cF; pL; pmE; IbM 


2 


2165 




III.700 




10 31 7-4 


3-526 


1 


47 36 30-3 


18-61 


1 


cF; L; iE; mb, s of M 


1 


9166 


732 


II. 745 




10 31 12-8 


3-626 


2 


41 51 29-3 


18-61 


2 


F;pS;raEO 90-#10nf 


4 


216/ 


3286 




A. 322? 


10 32 2-9 


2-277 


1 


147 53 48-6 


18-62 


1 


pB; vvL; IF; J inv 


1 


21 68 


734 


11.348 




10 32 1/-5 


3-299 


2 


65 11 2-2 


18-64 


9, 


vF; S; R; gbM; vS # alt 


3 


21 69 


733 






10 32 34-7 


5-264 


3 


12 26 32-4 


18-68 


3 


pB; S; IE; psmbM... 


3 


2170 




1.272 




10 32 34-7 


3-158 


1 :: 


79 59 19-5 


18-65 




B; S; iR; mbMBN 


2 


171 


3287 




A. 355 


10 33 1-6 


2-409 


1 


143 24 4-5 


18-65 




Cl; P; st 9 


1 


2172 


3288 






10 33 26-3 


2-729 


1 


125 19 17-0 


18-70 




eF; vS; mE- * 15 att 


1 


2173 


735 


11.641 




10 33 28-5 


3-451 


1 


51 58 16-4 


18-68 




cF; vS; R; bM 


4 


SI 74 


3289 






10 33 43-6 


2-823 


1 


117 1 41*4 


18-68 




vF; pL: IE: elbM 


1 


2175 


737 


II. 77 




10 34 42-7 


3-195 


2 


75 31 44-6 


18-72 


2 


F; cL; E; vgbM; r; #7plO' 


4 


2176 


736 


III. 317 




10 35 17'6 


4-724 


1 


15 54 50-5 


18-75 




pF; S; R;gbM 


2 


2177 




III. 5 




10 35 25-5 


3-157 


1 


79 49 40-2 


18'74 




eF;eS 


1 


2178 


739 


I. 81 




10 35 49-5 


3-298 


1 


64 20 20-5 


18-75 




cB; L; gbM; #inv; 2stf ... 


3 


2179 


740 


I. 26 




10 36 8-6 


3-178 


1 


77 16 41-8 


18-76 




cB; pL; E; rnbM 


2 


2180 


3290 


V. 7 




10 36 10-9 


3-203 


1 


74 23 11-8 


18-76 




cF; vL; R; vgvlbM- er 


2 


2181 


3291 






10 36 23-8 


2-732 


4 


125 37 46-8 


18-76 


3 


pF; S; mEO+; vsvmbM- 


4 


2182 


738 


I. 80 




10 36 29-0 


4-648 


1 


16 25 22-7 


18-79 


1 


1st of 3. 
B; S; ilE; psbM; 


2 


2183 


742 






10 36 33-7 


3-358 


1 


58 32 21-1 


18-77 


1 


*n,281-8,20-0. 
eF; vS; 2t9-10, s 


1 


2184 


743 




M. 95 


10 36 36-7 


3-175 


2 


77 34 22-1 


18-77 


4 


B; L; R; pgtnbMrN 


8 


2185 


741 


III. 842 




10 36 39-2 


3-782 


1 


33 18 30-6 


18-78 


1 


F; cS; R- pbM- #s 90" 


2 


2186 


3292 






10 36 41-4 


2-734 


4 


125 38 53-1 


18-77 


3 


F; S; vlE; psbM; 2nd of 3 


4 


2187 


744 


III. 107 




10 36 53-2 


3-133 


2 


82 30 48-4 


18-78 


2 


vF; pS; R; bM- *9, 150" 


4 


2188 


3293 






10 37 11-7 


0.735 




15 38 59*7 


18-79 




cF- vS- vlE- vS*att- 3rd of 3 


2 


2189 


745 


V. 52 




10 37 21-0 


4-018 


1 


26 2 25-3 


18-81 


1 


pB; L; E0- glbM 


2* 


2190 


746 


III. 318 




10 37 57-1 


4-583 


1 


16 49 37-9 


18*83 


1 


vF; L; R; vgbM- r- * sf 


2 


2191 


747 






10 38 59-5 


3-091 


1 


87 28 32-5 


18-85 


1 


eF; L* eE - vgvlbM - a ray 


1 


2192 


3294 






10 39 4-1 


2-644 


1? 


132 58 43-5 


18-85 


1 


F; E; gbM; *6, 7 vnr 


1 


2193 


748 


II. 78 




10 39 10-5 


3-189 


2 


75 31 1-5 


18-85 


2 


pB;cL- iR- vglbM- r- Itof3 


5 


2194 


749 




M.96 


10 39 20-4 


3-173 


4 


77 26 55-8 


18-86 


4 


vB; vL; IE; vsvmbM; r 


8 


2195 


750 


II. 81 




10 39 34-8 


3-219 


2 


71 59 40-1 


18-87 


I 


cB; pL; vlE; gbM; r 


3 


2196 


751 






10 39 37-3 


3-188 


1 


75 28 25-1 


18-87 


1 


F; R; 2nd ot'3 


1 


2197 


3295 




A. 309 


10 39 36-8 


2-313 


3 


148 56 44-8 


18-86 


3 






2198 


753 






10 39 49-3 


3-187 


1 


75 35 15-1 


18-87 


1 


F- R- 3rd of 3 


1 


2199 


752 


III. 701 




10 39 49-4 


3-506 


1 


46 4 18-4 


18-88 


1 


vF; cS; iR 


2 


2200 






D'Arrest, 75 


10 40 12 


3-12 


rn 


83 12 24 


18-88 


rn 


vF- S 





2201 


754 


II. 99 




10 40 16-7 


3-189 


L* J 
2 


75 16 24-7 


18'89 


2 


vB; cL; R; svmbMBN 


5* 


2202 


3296 






10 40 2"-4 


2-702 


3 


1 oq 17 0.7 


18-89 


3 


cF; S- R- glbM 


4 


2203 


757 


I. 17 


Mechain. 


10 40 25-7 


3-177 


3 


76 41 10-7 


18-89 


3 


vB; cL; R; psbM; r 


8 


2204 


755 


II. 360 




10 40 27-4 


3-323 


5 


60 39 47-7 


18-89 


5 


pB; pS- 11- sbM 


6 


2205 


756 


II. 565 




10 40 33-2 


3-390 


2 


54 33 18-7 


18-89 


2 


pF; cL; iR; vglbM; 1st of 3 


3 


2206 


3297 






10 40 39'5 


2-874 


2 


113 41 36-7 


18-89 


2 


F; pL; ill- glbM 


2 


2207 


758 


I. 18 




10 40 52-2 


3-177 


3 


76 38 27-0 


18-90 


3 


vB; L; R; psmbM; 2nd of 3 


8 


2208 


759 






10 40 54-9 


3-116 


1 


84 15 58-0 


18-90 


1 


vF- R 


1 


2209 


760 






10 40 55-7 


+ 3-116 


2 


84 20 22-0 


-4-18-90 


2 


F; S; IE; bM 


2 



























86 



SIE J. F. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


Eeferences to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Eemarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


2210 
2211 

2212 
2213 
2214 
2215 
2216 
2217 
2218 
2219 
2220 
2221 
2222 
2223 
2224 
2225 
2226 
2227 
2228 
2229 
2230 

2231 

2232 
2233 
2234 
2235 
2236 
2237 
2238 
2239 
2240 
2241 
2242 
2243 
2244 
2245 
2246 
2247 
2248 
2249 
2250 
2251 
2252 
2253 
2254 
2255 
2256 
2257 
2258 
2259 
2260 
2261 
2262 
2263 
2264 
2265 
2266 
2267 


h. 
762 
761 

3298 
763 
3299 
764 
765 
766 


H. 




ll III S 

10 41 2-5 
10 41 3-8 

10 41 32-5 
10 41 36-0 
10 41 41-8 
10 41 59-8 
10 42 2-4 
10 42 7-5 
10 42 34-7 
10 42 57-4 
10 43 2-3 
10 43 15-4 
10 43 17-6 
10 43 20-3 
10 43 21-3 
10 43 33-3 
10 43 + 
10 43 33-5 
10 43 28-5 
10 43 29-8 
10 43 41-7 

10 43 49-0 

10 43 52-8 
10 43 54-7 
10 43 57-2 
10 44 1-8 
10 44 27-8 
10 44 33-7 
10 44 35-5 
10 44 40-7 
10 44 40-7 
10 44 43-3 
10 44 54-9 
10 44 59-2 
10 45 10-9 
10 45 58-4 
10 45 58-5 
10 45 59-6 
10 46 5-2 
10 46 20-2 
10 46 25-7 
10 46 40-2 
10 46 52-3 
10 47 1-0 
10 47 3-0 
10 47 11-5 
10 47 21-7 
10 47 23-7 
10 48 2-0 
10 48 29-5 
10 48 67-1 
10 48 57-6 
10 49 26-2 
10 49 33-9 
10 49 58-9 
10 50 5-6 
10 50 15-1 
10 50 35-3 


+ 3-116 
3-176 

2-807 
4-082 
2-870 
4-075 
3-364 
3-364 
5-103 
3-717 
3-314 
4-609 
3-619 
3-884 
3-792 
3-496 

3-307 
2-982 
3-180 
3-308 

3-117 

3-355 
3-327 
3-121 
3-356 
3-355 
3-141 
3-395 
3-356 
3-156 
3-105 
3-865 
3-257 
3-740 
3-730 
2-660 
3-203 
3-666 
2-809 
2-919 
3-291 
2-912 
3-206 
3-205 
2-958 
3-207 
3-721 
3-132 
2-879 
4-652 
3-146 
3-145 
3-425 
2-976 
3-759 
3-819 
+ 3-197 


1 

2 

1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 

(3) 

2 
2 

4 

1 
1 
3 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


84 18 1-3 
76 43 38-3 

120 48 44-6 
23 28 40-9 
114 25 38-6 
23 30 51-2 
56 16 38-2 
56 15 59-2 
11 57 49-1 
33 49 54-1 
60 47 45-1 
15 34 35-7 
38 13 52-4 
27 53 7-4 
30 49 46-4 
45 32 51-4 
45 + 
61 17 10-4 
102 6 30-0 
75 50 51-4 
61 9 14-7 

83 26 44-4 

56 29 54-7 
57 16 54-7 
83 25 0-7 
56 21 52-0 
56 18 10-3 
80 44 57-3 
52 38 29-3 
56 10 30-3 
79 6 47-3 
85 28 16-3 
27 58 21-6 
66 19 33-6 
32 8 27-9 
32 16 18-5 
134 24 21-2 
72 29 30-5 
34 56 48-5 
122 10 58-5 
110 6 14-5 
62 1 7-1 
111 2 13-1 
71 64 33-4 
71 58 7-4 
105 16 57-4 
71 38 54-7 
32 8 1-7 
81 33 42-0 
115 23 58-3 
14 3 47-2 
79 30 48-9 
79 29 49-2 
48 18 8-2 
103 33 21-5 
29 44 47-8 
27 39 6-1 
72 9 7-1 


+ 18-91 
18-91 

18-92 
18-93 
18-92 
18-94 
18-94 
18-94 
18-97 
18-97 
18-97 
18-97 
18-98 
18-98 
18-98 
18-98 

18-98 
19-00 
18-98 
18-99 

18-99 

18-99 
18-99 
18-99 
19-00 
19-01 
19-01 
19-01 
19-01 
19-01 
19-01 
19-02 
19-02 
19-03 
19-05 
19-04 
19-05 
19-05 
19-05 
19-05 
19-07 
19-07 
19-08 
19-08 
19-08 
19-09 
19-09 
19-10 

19-11 
19-14 
19-13 
19-14 
19-14 
19-15 
19-16 
19-17 
+ 19-17 


1 

2 

1 

1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 
1:: 

2 
4 

4 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Suspected; *nr 


1 
9 

1 

2 
3 

2 

1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 

5 
4 
5 
5 

5 

1 

5* 
3 
2* 
1 
3* 
1 
2 
3 
2 
5 
2 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
1 
1 


II. 41 




F; L; E 90+ ; vglbM; 
3rd of 3. 
F; S; pniEO 




III. 881 




vF; S; psbM; stnr 




F; S; R; psbM; 2stlOf 


II. 872 
1.116 
1.117 
1.284 
III. 792 
II. 361 
II. 335 




cF;S;lE;vgbM 




cB; pS; ilE; 1st of 2 




pB; pS; ilE; 2nd of 2 




cB; vS;iF 






vF;S;E;er 


768 
767 
771 
769 
770 
772 
772,a 
773 
776 
774 
775 

/ 




pF; S; R; bM 




pF; L: iE: v<>bM . 




pB; R; pgbM 


III.919 
III. 913 
11.718 




vF; vS; R; vS* nr 




vF; cS; R; 2pB st s 




pB; S; vlE; stellar; 3S stnr. 
3' disL from h. 772 


R. nova 


II. 362 
III. 522 
I. 27 
II. 363 
IV. 6 

II. 131 
II. 493 

1.118 
HI. 88 
II. 494 
1.118? 
III. 108 
1.172 


B; pL; R; mbM 




F;S; R;lbM 
B; S;lEl35+;smbMN... 
cF; S;R;bM 






1 


B; vLj R; bM; r 


I 


J 


F; S 






cB; cL;iR;mbM(?58P.D.). 
F; vL; R; vgbM; rr 


777 
778 
779 






pF; pL; IE; sp of 3 




pB;L;iE;gbM;2udof 3... 
eF; eS; R 




780 
782 
783 
784 
781 
786 
785 
787 
3301 
3300 
788 
3302 
3303 
789 
3304 
790 
791 
792 
793 




pB; pL; vmE 42-5; *inv? 
pB; nf of 3 in a line 




III. 20 
HI. 497 
II. 887 
II. 47 
HI. 914 
1.267 




vF; vL; R; vgbM 




F;pS; R; vglbM 




cF; pS; IE; vgbM 




pB; pL; IE 120; gbM 




V F;S;1E 




cB;pL;iR; vglbM; *10nt2' 
Cl;pL; P;1C; iF;st9...13 
eF; vL; vgvlbM; B Jsp ... 
B; pL; mE 67-0; gbM 








1.233 






F; S; R; *6'7 sf 






vF;L;R; vglbM ;r 


II. 364 




F; pL; vlE; vlbM 




F; S; R; bM 






pF;lE;npof2 


II. 82 
IV. 29 




pF; S; E; gbM; r; sf of 2... 
eF;attto*12f 






2 or 3 Sst&neb 


1.268 
II. 16 




vB; vS; R; stellar 


794 
3305 
795 
796 
798 
797 
3306 
799 




vF; vS; vlE; psbM 




F; S;R;glbM 






eF; P L;R; vglbM; * nf ... 
vF; *9, 90; pof2 










vF;R; vsmbM*12; f of 2... 
F- eS; R; bM 


HI. 632 






eeF; S 


II. 888 
III. 972 
III. 67 




vF; S; R; vgbM 




vF; S; R; bM 




vF;E;bet2st 







OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



87 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Bight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. a 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Bight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'B 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. II.'s 
Classes 
iiinl Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


8268 

2269 
2270 
2271 

2272 

2273 

2274 
2275 

2276 
2277 
2278 
2279 
2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 
2286 
2287 
2288 
2289 
2290 

2291 

2292 
2293 
2294 
2295 
2296 
2297 
2298 
2299 
2300 
2301 
2302 
2303 

2304 
2305 
2306 
2307 
2308 
2309 
2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 
2314 
2315 
2316 
2317 
2318 
2319 

2320 


h. 
800 

801 
3308 
3307 
802 

{ ='} 

L3309J 
805 

803 

806 
807 
808 
809 
3310 


H. 
III. 332 
III. 705 




h m s 
10 50 49-8 

10 51 18-6 
10 52 16-3 
10 52 17-7 
10 52 29-0 

10 52 37-6 

10 52 44-4 
10 52 50-3 

10 52 56-1 
10 53 14-5 
10 53 49-7 
10 54 0-3 
10 54 11-7 
10 54 29-4 
10 54 30-4 
10 64 45-6 

10 55 9-9 

10 55 32-8 
10 55 33-8 
10 55 50-2 
10 55 53-7 
10 55 59-3 

10 56 3-9 

10 56 5-4 
10 56 6-3 
10 56 27-4 
10 56 28-0 
10 56 43-8 
10 56 50-2 
10 57 1-2 
10 57 13-1 
10 58 19-3 
10 58 38-7 
10 59 4-5 
10 59 13-5 

10 59 41-3 
11 17-4 
11 19-9 
11 20-6 
11 33-8 
11 45-4 
11 1 17-1 
11 1 18-9 
11 1 31-1 
11 1 32-2 
11 2 29-3 
11 2 38-9 
11 2 40-8 
11 2 44-9 
11 3 3-0 
11 3 3-7 

11 3 9-6 


8 

+ 3-253 

3'485 
2-675 
2-869 
4-670 

3-178 

3-288 
3-686 

3-170 
3-158 
3-274 
3-100 
2-432 
2-945 
3-171 
3-636 

4-582 

2-457 
3-271 
2-976 
3-147 
3-195 

2-970 

3-106 
3-277 
2-923 
3-269 
2-923 
2-955 
4-248 
3-622 
2-446 
3-0/6 
4-481 
3-145 

3-263 
2-956 
2-956 
3-609 
2-530 
2-823 
3-104 
3-260 
3-258 
3-319 
3-683 
3-137 
3-314 
3-518 
3-554 
3-254 

+ 3-253 


1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

4 

10 
1 

2 
1 

2 
3 
1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
5 
1 
3 

2 

1 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

3 

1 
1 
1 
2 

2 
1 
5 

3 


O t // 

65 1 18-4 

43 8 17-7 
135 49 22-3 
117 43 483 
13 25 47-9 

74 24 56-6 

60 16 20-6 
>31 34 53-9 

75 20 58-9 
77 5 16-2 
61 32 11-5 
85 37 30-5 
149 34 46-5 
108 43 14-1 
74 52 13-1 
33 2 13-4 

13 27 12-0 

149 5 48-7 
61 16 22-7 
104 44 26-0 
78 10 23-0 
71 6 42-0 

105 32 3-0 

84 28 16-3 
60 21 55-3 
112 21 17-3 
61 11 48-3 
112 29 17-6 
108 1 41-6 
16 40 22-2 
32 43 27-2 
150 36 38-5 
89 16 57-8 
13 33 18-7 
77 51 22-4 

60 43 33-7 
108 43 4-0 
108 47 19-0 
32 1 29-0 
147 55 1-0 
126 25 0-3 
84 24 45-6 
60 47 14-0 
60 34 29-9 
53 12 44-9 
27 54 1-5 
78 30 58-5 
53 12 35-5 
35 51 45-8 
33 34 44-1 
60 28 50-8 

60 33 4-1 


// 

+ 19-18 

19-19 
19-21 
19-21 
19-23 

19-22 

19-22 
19-23 

19-23 
19-24 
19-25 
19-25 
19-25 
19-27 
19-27 
19-28 

19-30 

19-29 
19-29 
19-30 
19-30 
19-30 

19-30 

19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
1932 
19-32 
19-34 
19-34 
19-35 
19-36 
19-39 
19-38 

19-39 
19-40 
19-40 
19-40 
19-40 
19-41 
19-42 
19-40 
19-43 
19-43 
19-45 
19-45 
19-45 
19-46 
19-47 
19-46 

+ 19-47 


1 

1 
1 
1 

1 

4 

10 
1 

2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
6 
1 
3 

2 

1 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 

3 

1 

1 
1 

2 

1 

1 

2 
1 
6 

3 


vF;R;gbM;*13|^^} 
cF; S; R 


2 

2 
1 
1 

1 

5 

13 

2 

4* 
3 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
8 
1 
4 
4 

2 

1 
5 
2 

2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
I 
4 
1 
5 

5 
1 

1 
2 
4 
1 
2* 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
3 
8 

5 






eF; S: R: gbM 






pF; S; R; bM; am st 






Very doubtful object ... 


II. 100 

I. 87 
1.269 

11.101 
III. 21 




F;L; R; elbM;r ., 




cB; cL; R; gmbM 




{"'c e B : ;} vlE: P S '* 13satt 
vB; pLj'lE 80+; smbMN. 
eF; cS; R; bMN 








vF- R; bM; #sp 


III. 498 




vF; pL; roE 




Cl;pL; pRi; !C;stl3 
vF- vS- iR- glbM 


III. 824 
III. 75 
111. 793 

III J^ 7 
1- \968 








eF; pL... 






vF" vS* stellar 


3311 

810 
3312 
811 
812 

814 


} 


\ *p \ ; D neb; v near 
3S stl m in vF neb 


f 


I. 88 




B; L; E; mbMN; rr; p of 2 
pF; S; R;glbM; #14 nr .. 
vF; cS; R; vgvlbM 




III. 22 
IV. 7 

II. 507 

III. 598 
II. 365 
V. 39 
II. 366 
V. 40 






cFi pL; R; sbMS*; 
*9 att 25. 

F;{J[' v |};bM;*nfinv.. 
eF- S- IE- ? 






813 




F;L;.cE; *7, 310 8' 
vK* vL' mE 




815 

3313 
816 
817 
3314 
818 




F; pSj R; pgbM, f of 2 
vF; vL* mE ... . 






vF- pL- R- vgvlbM 


II. 336 
II. 884 




pB; vS; iR; psmbM* 
cF; S; R; vgbM 






Cl- pRi- pC 


I. 13 
II. 904 
III. 23 

III. 350 




cB; cL; mE 140+;vsmbMN 
F- pL- IbM . 




819 

820 
3316 
3317 

821 
3315 
3318 
823 

822 
825 
824 
826 
828 
827 

831 

829 

832 




F; S; IE; psbM; 2st np in 
line. 
eF- S- *10 p 60" 






F; S; R; pslbM;pof2 
eF- S- R- vlbM- f of 2 






III. 915 




vF- S- R: pebM... 


A. 323 


!!;Cl;eL;R;lC;st8...12... 




III. Ill 




cF- vS- R; bM; r .. 




F- S- R-bM 






eF 






vF- R- psbM- *7p 7' 


III. 920 
11. 42 




eF- vS- E0+; r . . 




F- S- IE- vlbM 




eF- S- *8 p 


1.220 
V. 46 
III. 351 

III. 352 




cB- cL- cE 160 




cB; vL; vmE 79'0; pbM; r. 
;F(?mr);S;R;bM;9fl'; 
1st of 4. 
eF- vS- 2nd of 4 












88 



SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Bight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 


times 
f Obs. 
byh. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


2321 
2322 
2323 
2324 
2325 

2326 
2327 
2328 
2329 
2330 
2331 
2332 
2333 
2334 
2335 
2336 
2337 

2338 
2339 
2340 
2341 
2342 
2343 

2344 
2345 
2346 
2347 
2348 
2349 
2350 
2351 
2352 
2353 
2354 
2355 
2356 
2357 
2358 
2359 
2360 

2361 

2362 
2363 
2364 
2365 
2366 
2367 
2368 
2369 
2370 
2371 
2372 
2373 
2374 


h. 
833 
3319 


H. 




h m s 
11 3 12-0 
11 3 19-8 
11 3 25-7 
11 3 26-1 
11 3 30-4 

11 3 36-1 
11 3 56-5 
11 4 2-4 
11 4 9-7 
11 4 32-1 
11 4 32-5 
11 4 39-9 
11 5 52-5 
11 5 53-4 
11 5 54-4 
11 5 56-2 
11 6 3-2 

11 6 14-4 
11 6 18-3 
11 6 21-4 
11 6 28-1 
11 6 31-0 
11 6 34-8 

11 6 51-9 
11 6 59-1 
11 7 4-5 
11 7 16-1 
11 7 26-0 
11 7 30-1 
11 7 43-8 
11 7 49-1 
11 8 4-2 
11 8 6-6 
11 9 7-0 
11 9 7-9 
11 9 21-8 
11 9 29-9 
11 9 30-6 
11 9 35-3 
11 10 11-5 

11 10 16-1 

11 10 20-9 
11 10 29-9 
11 10 39-5 
11 10 + 
11 10 53-0 
11 10 59-5 
11 11 0-0 
11 11 9-6 
11 11 21-4 
11 11 29-6 
Jl 11 32-8 
11 11 36-7 
11 11 40-5 
11 12 17-2 
11 12 43-1 


8 

+ 3-253 
2-830 
3-144 
3-139 

4-167 

3-252 
2-832 
3-108 
2-835 
2-972 
2-534 
2-842 
2-522 
3-424 
2-988 
2-526 
2-526 

2-528 
3-422 
2-541 
2-923 
2-540 
3-514 

3-621 
2-546 
3-000 
3-144 
3-520 
3-404 
3-154- 
2-946 
3-172 
3-339 
2-558 
3-098 
3-169 
2-885 
3-169 
3-169 
3-548 

3-098 

3-533 
3-366 
3-197 

3-149 
2-939 
3-197 
3-520 
1-992 
2-899 
3-745 
3-139 
3-111 
3-512 
+ 3-164 


1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

3 

2 
2 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 

1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 

2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
3 
1 

1 
1 


60 36 21-1 
126 46 48-1 
77 19 26-1 
78 3 34-1 
16 22 0-4 

60 32 50-1 
126 46 43-4 
83 25 3-4 
126 42 10-4 
107 31 27-7 
149 28 52-7 
126 5 31-7 
150 36 57-3 
40 53 27-6 
105 11 45-6 
150 28 3-6 
150 32 58-6 

150 30 34-6 
40 51 28-9 
150 26 42-6 
115 59 51-9 
150 35 29-9 
34 13 38-2 

28 32 29-2 
150 2 19-2 
103 19 48-2 
76 25 29-5 
33 29 29-5 
41 45 30-5 
74 26 53-8 
112 57 42-8 
71 7 42-8 
47 38 28-8 
150 29 39-4 
84 42 34-4 
71 14 8-7 
123 3 54-7 
71 11 38-7 
71 5 49-7 
30 27 29-0 

84 40 50-0 

31 14 40-3 
43 29 5-3 
65 49 46-3 
65 49 + 
74 29 36-6 
115 21 55-6 
65 42 34-6 
31 30 10-6 
165 27 17-6 
122 2 45-9 
21 59 31-9 
76 8 46-9 
81 42 52-9 
31 22 36-2 
70 52 55-5 


+ 19-47 
19-47 
19-47 
19-47 
19-48 

19-47 
19-48 
19-48 
19-48 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-51 
19-52 
19-52 
19-52 
19-52 

19-52 
19-53 
19-52 
19-53 
19-53 
19-54 

19-54 
19-54 
19-54 
19-55 
19-55 
19-55 
19-56 
19-56 
19-56 
19-56 
19-58 
19-58 
19-59 
19-59 
19-59 
19-59 
19-60 

19-60 

19-61 
19-61 
19-61 

19-62 
19-62 
19-62 
19-62 
19-62 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-64 
+ 19-65 


2 
2 
1 

1 
1 

3 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 

2 

1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 


vF;pS;R;bM;3rdof4 ... 
B; S;R;pgrabM; 1st of 3... 
eF;pS;lE;r 


2 
2 
1 

1 
2 

3 

2 
3 

2 
1 
1 
1 

H 
1 
1 

2 t 
2f 

2f 
2 
2f 
4 
2f 
4t 

2 
1 
3 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
3 
5 

5 

2 
3 
2 

1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
8* t 
1 
1 
2 






III. 79 




834 
830 

835 
3320 
836 
3321 




F;S;R;gbM 


11.337 




pF; pS; IE; gbM; 
*15, 22-l,70 ! '. 
vF; pL; 4th of 4 








pF; S; R; bM; 2nd of 3 


III. 89 




eF;R;sbM;r 




vF; pL; R; *inv; 3B st nr.. 
pF; pL; IF; bM 


11.819 




3323 
3322 
3324 




Cl;pRi;lC 






eF; S; R; glbM; 3stllf ... 






F; IE; 1st of 6 


HI. 723 




eF; vS; p of 2 


837 
3325 
3326 

3327 




Neb(?) 






F;lE;sbM;2ndof6 






#12 with fan-shaped neb att 
3rd of 6. 
B;bM*;4thof6 






II. 728 




pB; pL; R; vgrabM 


3329 
3328 
3330 

838 

839 
3332 
3331 

840 




F;L;EO;bM;5thof6 .. 
B; pL; E; vsmbMN; 2BstA 
eF;S;El60 + ;6thof6 .. 
!!; O; vB;vL; R; vvg, vsbMQ 
19"0 d. 
vF; L; E; vgbM; inAof Ls 
Cl; pRi;C; E 


II. 269 








M. 97 


III. 921 




III. 529 
I. 29 
III. 770 
HI. 706 
11.102 




vF;S;iR;lbM 




B;cL; E90 + ;psmbM 
vF; vS; stellar 








vF; vS; vIE; stellar; cB# n.. 
pF; L; R; glbM 


841 
3333 
843 
842 
3334 






vF; pS; R; bM 


II. 49 
II. 709 




B; pS; R; pgmbM 




pF; S;lEO + ;vgbM 
and neb; st 15. ..18 
pB; S; !E;mbM 




li. 626 
III. 27 




844 
3335 

845 
846 
847 

849 

848 
850 
851 
851, a 




F; S; R; spofS 




eF; S; R; gbM 


II. 50 
H. 51 
1.270 

11.521 

1.271 
II. 729 
HI. 333 




vB; L; R; vmbM; 2nd of 3. 
B; pL; R; psbM; 3rd of 3.. 
vB; pS; IE 90+; 








vsvmbMSN. 
pF; cS; iR; psmbM; 
*10, 330, 3'. 
vB; cL; mE305-0; smbMN 
F;pL;lE90+;glbM;r .. 








cF; vS; smbM; stellar; pof2 
F; S; bM; place from MS.. 
eF; pL 


R. nova 


III. 76 


3336 




F;S; R;gbM 


III. 334 
1.244 




vF;S;fof2 


852 
3338 
3337 
853 
854 
855 

856 




cB; cL; R; vgmbM 




F; pS; pmE:gbM 


1.241 
II. 879 


A. 617 


cB; vL;El60+;am4st.. 
pB; S; R; gbM 


M. 65 


B;vL;raEl65+;gbMBN 
eF 


2375 
2376 


II. 885 
II. 52 




F-S;1E;135+ 




B; S; vlE;sbM 







OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



89 



No. 

of 
Cata- 

ogue. 


References to 


Ki-lil 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Ob* 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

Cor 
1880. 


No. 
of 
<>!,. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, tc. 


Total 
No. of 

timrn 
of Obs. 
by h. 
md II. 


BbXH.'i 

Catalogues 

of Nebula-. 


Sir \V. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


2377 

2378 
2379 
2380 
2381 
2382 
2383 
2384 
2385 

2386 
2387 

238S 

2389 
2390 
2391 
2392 
2393 
2394 
2395 
2396 
2397 
2398 
2399 

2400 

2401 
2402 
2403 
2404 
2405 
2406 
2407 
2408 
2409 
2410 
2411 
2412 
2413 

2414 
2415 
2416 
2417 
2418 

2419 

2420 
2421 

2422 

2423 

2424 
2425 


h. 

C 857 

\ 875? 
859 
858 
860 
861 


H. 

V. 8 
1.226 
11.338 


M.66 


h m s 
11 18 48-3 

11 12 57-4 
11 13 1-7 
11 13 3-3 
11 13 5-2 
11 13 6-1 
11 13 21-8 
11 13 36-0 
11 13 46-1 

11 13 53-9 
11 14 10-0 

11 14 20-6 

11 14 20-9 
11 14 51-7 
11 14 52-5 
11 15 1-4 
11 15 6-1 
11 15 6-6 
11 15 24-0 
11 15 33-5 
11 15 40-7 
11 15 58-6 
11 16 22-1 

11 16 23-3 

11 16 27-0 
11 16 37-0 
11 16 39-9 
11 17 10-2 
11 17 11-3 
11 17 11-8 
11 17 14-0 
11 17 24-4 
11 17 25-2 
11 17 54-2 
11 17 58-3 
11 18 20-4 
11 18 26-4 

11 18 34-5 
11 18 36-9 
11 18 47-7 
11 18 51-5 
11 18 56-6 

11 19 10-3 

11 19 19-3 
11 19 32-8 
11 19 52-5 

11 20 23-8 

11 20 32-3 
11 20 44-8 


8 

+ 3-137 

3-140 
3-435 
3-211 
3-089 
3-163 
3-027 
3-028 
3-164 

3-090 
3-515 

3-088 

3-170 
3-290 
3-169 
3-190 
3-190 
3-274 
3-766 
3-150 
3-423 
3-409 
3-154 

3-273 

3-037 
3-014 
3-070 
3-271 
3-123 
3-015 
3-569 
3-462 
3-182 
3-503 
3-034 
2-956 
3-301 

3-328 
3-442 
3-199 
3-051 

2-858 

3-145 

3-618 
3-431 
3-144 

3-144 

3-202 
+ 3-441 


2 

4 
1 

7 
2 
1 
2 
2 

1 
4 

1? 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 : 

1 
1 
1 

2 
3 
2 
1 
] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

2 
1 
1 
2? 
2 

4 

1 
1 

2 

2 

5 
1 


' II 

76 15 17-5 

75 38 28-5 
36 4 6-5 
62 16 12-5 
86 16 11-5 
71 4 37-5 
99 30 44-8 
99 28 56-8 
70 52 55-5 

85 59 53-1 
30 9 43-1 

86 16 50-1 

69 4 20-4 
49 22 36-7 
69 1 43-7 
64 56 3-7 
64 57 48-7 
51 27 49-7 
19 47 39-0 
72 38 30-0 
35 23 23-0 
36 18 44-3 
71 25 28-3 

50 42 2-3 

97 52 41-3 
103 3 31-3 
90 19 53-3 
50 28 40-6 
77 53 21-6 
103 4 29-6 
25 47 2-9 
31 30 53-9 
65 16 34-9 
28 45 10-2 
99 1 48-9 
115 58 29-2 
45 38 32-2 

42 14 27-2 
32 6 42-5 
61 21 44-5 
95 4 52-5 
132 27 50-5 

72 22 2-5 

22 38 33-8 
32 20 57-8 
72 12 19-8 

72 27'1 

59 42 52-1 
30 40 47-4 


II 

+ 19-65 

19-65 
19-65 
19-65 
19-65 
19-65 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 

19-67 
19-67 

19-67 

19-68 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-70 
19-70 
19-70 
19-71 
19-71 

19-71 

19-71 
19-71 
19-71 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-74 
19-73 
19-74 
19-74 

19-74 
19-75 
19-75 
19-75 
19-75 

19-75 

19-76 
19-76 
19-76 

19-77 

19-77 

+ 19-78 


3 

4 

1 
7 
2 
1 
2 
2 

1 

4 

1? 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 : 

1 
1 

1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

2 
1 

1 
2? 
2 

4 

1 
1 
3 

2 

5 

2 


B; vL; mE150; mbM; 2stnp 
pB; vL; vmE102-0 


9*t 

8t 
2t 
9 
3 
1* 
4 
4 


3 

7 

1* 

3 

1 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
5 
2 
3 
3 

3 

1 

2 
3 
3 
5* 
4 
4 
3 
2 
2 
3* 
1 
4 

2 
1 
1 
3* 

2 

5 

2 
3 
3 

5 

6 
4 




pB;L; R;svmbMrN 




cF;L;R;vgvlbM 




pB;S;R;smbMN 


II. 30 
11.550 
11.551 




p"B; #inv 


862 
863 
856, a 

864 
865 
( 867 

1 861? 
866 
868 
869 
870 
872 
871 




F; vS; R;lbM; #7 f ; p of 2 




F; vS; R; psbM; *7p; f of2 
pF; S; R; vlb.M; foil h. 856, 
15'. 
B; pL; R; psbM 


R. nova 


II. 33 
1.245 

In. 32 

III. 15 




P B;pL; R; vgbM 




)B;S;E;bM 




C F;cL;lE;gl>M;spof2 ... 
pB; S; pinE; 1) M N= close J? 
vF; pS; R;gbM; nfof2 ... 
cF; vS; R; bM; npof2 




III. 16 
III 335 
III. 336 
11.775 

11.880 
I. 5 
11.782 
III. 768 
11. 53 

IV. 59 

11.635 
III. 530 
IV. 4 
1.219 
I. 20 
III. 531 
11.845 
II. 829 
III. 337 
1 1 1. 922 
1.131 








vF;vS;sfof2 




)F; cL; IE; vgbM 




F;S;1E15+ 


873 

874 
876 
878 

877 




pB; pS; iR; bM; r 




pB; S; R; vgbM; #12p ... 
cF; vS; R; stellar 






cF; S; IE; r 




/H. cB; S; R;svmhMN\ 
1 h. F; K;*17M.,' / 
F; pL; iR; vgbM ,.. 




3339 

879 
881 
882 
3340 
880 
883 
884 
885 
886 
3341 
887 

888 




F; S; R; stellar; pof2 




vF; S; att to#13m 




cB; cL; iR; pginbM 




F; E90+; B*f34 8 




pF; pL; ill; vlbM 




F; pS; iR; gbM; *9 np 




vF; pL; pinE 135+ ; er ... 
vF; vS; R 






vF; vS; 2 vSstinv 




pB; L; EO+;gbM 




F; vL; gvlbM; *7s6' 


1.194 




vB; cL; vmEO + ; vsmbMN 
stp. 
eF; S; R; vsbM*; 2stllnf 
pF; iF 




II. 886 




889 




vF; S; R; psbM; *12nf .. 
eF; cL; R; r(vnear vB#).. 
CI;cL; pRi; 1C; st 10... 14.. 

B; pS; R; bM 


III. 112 




3342 
f 89H 

\3343j 
890 

892 
893 

894J 

895 
896 


A. 481 


11.159 

1.262 
1.246 




cB- S; ill; spnibMN 




cB; pL; E 




oB- oL: E: vebM .. 


11.160 

III. 28 
11.770 

1.247 


I 


pB; L; vlE; vgbM; r 


J 


pB- pS- R- IbM; r 




pB; pS; v!E80+; pgbM; 
Sst sf'nr. 





MDCCCLXIV. 



N 



90 



SIE J. F. W. HERSCHEL'8 CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue 


Beferences to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Eemarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
bv h. 
and II. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula; 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


2426 
2427 
2428 
2429 
2430 
2431 
2432 
2433 
2434 
2435 
2436 
2437 
2438 
2439 
2440 
2441 
2442 
2443 
2444 
2445 

2446 

2447 
2448 
2449 
2450 
2451 
2452 
2453 
2454 
2455 
2456 
2457 
2458 
2459 
2460 
2461 
2462 
2463 
2464 

2465 
2466 
2467 
2468 
2469 
2470 
2471 
2472 
2473 
24/4 
2475 
2476 
2477 

2478 
2479 
2480 
2481 

2482 


h. 
897 
898 


H. 
II. 339 
II. 54 
11.152 
III. 532 




h m s 
11 20 45-7 
11 20 49-6 
11 20 59-6 
11 21 9-0 
11 21 22-8 
11 21 30-0 
11 21 33-5 
11 22 5-3 
11 22 53-7 
11 22 53-9 
11 23 0-3 
11 23 43-7 
11 24 15-2 
11 24 1/-1 
11 24 28-7 
11 24 29-0 
11 24 36-6 
11 24 46-4 
11 25 43-2 
11 25 44-5 

11 26 2-1 
11 26 2-3 
11 27 5-9 
11 27 8-0 
11 27 10-4 
11 27 37-1 
11 27 44-4 
11 27 44-9 
11 28 6-8 
11 28 23-8 
11 28 33-7 
11 28 37-1 
11 28 56-6 
11 28 59-4 
11 29 3-2 
11 29 4-5 
11 29 4-7 
11 29 8-5 
11 29 16 

11 29 29-6 
11 29 39 
11 29 41-9 
11 29 42-0 
11 29 54-8 
11 29 55-8 
11 30 10-0 
11 30 13-1 
11 30 27-9 
11 30 58-4 
11 31 34-0 
11 31 41-7 
11 32 1-9 

11 32 6-8 
11 32 18-7 
11 32 21-7 
11 32 29-4 

11 32 35-2 


+ 3-182 
3-142 
3-111 
3-023 
3-231 
3-158 
2-706 
3-171 
3-109 
2-920 
3-109 
3-161 
3-185 
3-183 
3-183 
3-024 
2-958 
3-342 
3-442 
3-284 

3-162 
3-333 
3-115 
3-042 
3-340 
3-038 
3-602 
3-340 
3-331 
3-387 
3-255 
2-938 
3-748 
2-939 
3-784 
3-319 
3-203 
3-360 
3-14 

3-398 
3-13 
3-150 
2-764 
3-128 
3-125 
3-262 
3-364 
3-143 
3-109 
2-881 
3-315 
3-241 

2-954 
3-171 
3-171 
3-123 

+ 3-048 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1:: 
1 
1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

[1] 

1 

[2] 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
3 
3 



1 


63 34 36-4 
72 18 40-4 
79 41 44-4 
102 24 55-4 
53 48 40-7 
68 25 51-7 
149 H 3-7 
65 7 52-0 
79 57 4-3 
125 37 34-3 
79 52 19-3 
66 27 39-6 
60 44 5-6 
61 4 23-6 
60 52 0-9 
103 27 38-9 
119 29 4-9 
36 9 21-9 
27 21 32-2 
42 10 57-2 

64 46 58-5 
36 5 47-5 
76 43 50-8 
99 3 46-8 
34 23 50-8 
103 19 8-1 
18 41 33-1 
34 15 61-1 
34 41 52-1 
29 15 14-4 
43 56 23-4 
127 10 35-4 
14 14 50-7 
127 12 45-4 
13 56 57-4 
34 55 43-7 
52 49 3-7 
30 49 18-7 
67 24 12 

27 29 1-7 
71 20 42 
65 7 26-7 
150 49 29-7 
71 23 48-7 
72 20 37-7 
41 19 6-0 
29 36 37-0 
66 32 34-0 
77 6 36-3 
139 55 51-3 
32 57 27-3 
42 45 34-6 

126 57 46-6 
57 18 46-6 
57 17 20-6 
71 31 5-6 

98 35 14-6 


+ 19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-79 
19-79 
19-79 
19-80 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-82 
19-82 
19-82 
19-83 
19-83 
19-83 
19-83 
19-84 
19-84 

19-85 
19-85 
19-86 
19-86 
19-86 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-88 
19-88 
19-88 
19-89 
19-88 
19-88 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-88 

19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-90 
19-90 
19-90 
19-91 
19-91 
19-91 
19-92 

19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 

+ 19-92 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

1 

2 

1 
1 

2 
1 
o 

I 

1 
1 

J 

[1] 

1 

[2] 
^1 
2 
1 

| 

! 

1 
1 

o 

1 

o 

o 

: 


pB; pL; IE- bM 


2 
4 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
I 
1 
2 
2 
4 
5* 
5 
2 
4 
3 
3t 

2 
3 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2* 
1 
1 


2 

1 
2 
2 
1 
4 
3 
4 
4 
1 
4 
2 

2 
3 
3 
3 

2 




F;pS;lE;r 




F; niE; r 


3334 
899 
900 
3345 
901 
902 
3346 
903 
904 
905 
906 
907 
3347 
3348 
908 
909 
910 

912 
911 




cF; S; E; cbM 




cF; S; R; sbM*? 






eF; vS- E90 






B; pL; iR; pgpmbM 


11.349 
II. 13 




pF; pL; IE . 




pF; pL* R' vsmbM* r 




pB* cS* R' pstnb^Vl 






pB; cS; E90 


II. 350 




F; S; *7-8nf5' 




F;vS;R; smbM 


II. 367 
III. 353 

II. 562 




F; cS; R; sbMN 




F; S; R- psbM 




pF; S; R; vgvlbM 




pB; S; mE; * 13 att 


1.221 
11.836 
II. 730 

11.351 
1.222 
HI. 80 
II. 552 
III. 771 
III 935 
I. 287 : 
III 772 
11.783 
HI. 847 




pB; vL; R; vglbM 




eF; S; R; gtlbM; r 




pB; vL; 1EO; vsmbM*15; 
*lln. 
F; S; R;bM 






pB; pL; IEO + ; gbM; *12nr 
vF; vS; R 




913 




F; S; R;psbM; *14sp225 
eF; S; ill; L* infield 




3349 
914 




cF; S; R; gbM 




pB; L; mE130-4;mbM ... 
vF; stellar 








pB;pL;bM 


915 
916 
3350 




vF; vS; R; vgbM 




vF; S; R; vgbM 






pF; pL; vlE;glbM 


HI. 969 




eF;S 


3351 

917 
918 
920 
919 




F; cS; IE; gvlbM 


II. 905 
II. 784 




pB; pL 




pF;L-!E . 




eF; pL; pmE; gbM 


HI. 843 




vF; R; stellar; vS* 1 d sf ... 
B; pS; mbMN=#13; 

*11 p4 s , si 75". 
F; vlE; gbM 


D'Arrest, 78 


921 


II. 837 


D' Arrest, 79 


F- S- R 


922 
3352 
923 
924 
925 
926 
927 
928 
3353 
929 
930 

3354 
931 
932 
933 

935 




vF; S; R 




A. 289 


Cl; pL; pRi; pC;st8...13 .. 
vF; eS; stellar 


HI. 29 




vF; S; bM : 


II. 731 
H. 838 
II. 352 
III. 81 




pB; S; pmE 




pF; S; R; gbM; r 




vF; S; E; r 




cF;cS;R;psbM 




eF; S; R; amSOSst 


1.227 
II. 732 




pF; L; vlE; vgbM^r 




F ; S ; att to * 1 5 ; another * 
cont. 
cB;Il;sbMN*;*9sf 
pB; pL; pmE; gbM; pof2... 
cB;pL;pniEO;pgbM 
cF; vS; pmE; sbM; 2Sstf; 
1st of 3. 
vF;vS;R;gbM;*8s6' ... 












III. 109 
HI. 609 









OF XEBUL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STABS. 



91 



No. 
of 
Gate- 

loguc. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Preccwitin 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obe. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 

of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all t lie 

Obscrv.-iti.iiis, Kenmrks, 4c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
ofObg. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula. 1 . 


SirW. IT. V 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


2483 
2484 
2485 

2486 
2487 
2488 

2489 
2490 
2491 
2492 
5069 
2493 
2494 
2495 
2496 
2497 
2498 
2499 
2500 
2501 
2502 
2503 
2504 
2505 
2506 
2507 
2508 
2509 
2510 
2511 
2512 
2513 
2514 
2515 
2516 
2517 
2518 
2519 
2520 
2521 
2522 
2523 
2524 
2525 
2526 
2527 
2528 
2529 
2530 
2531 
2532 
2533 
2534 
2535 
2536 
2537 
2538 


h. 


H. 

III. 773 
III. 844 
II. 839 




h in a 
11 32 45-1 
11 32 47-4 
11 32 47-9 

11 32 54-0 
11 32 54-5 
11 32 57-8 

11 33 + 
11 33 0-4 

11 33 + 

11 33 5-0 
11 33 23-7 
11 33 26-1 
11 33 29 
11 33 35-4 
11 33 45-6 
11 33 45-7 
11 33 48-3 
11 33 53-4 
11 34 20-2 
11 34 40-4 
11 .'54 47-6 
11 34 51-9 
11 34 52-5 
11 34 58-4 
11 35 9-4 
11 35 10-2 
11 35 11-4 
11 35 14-4 
11 35 21 
11 35 51-3 
11 35 56-5 
11 36 11-6 
11 36 15-0 
11 36 15-9 
11 36 21 
11 36 24-4 
11 36 29-2 
11 36 32-6 

11 36 + 

11 36 39-1 
11 36 44-2 
11 36 46-7 
11 36 53-3 
11 36 53-6 
11 36 57-9 
11 37 2-1 
11 37 6-3 
11 37 11'9 
11 37 37-2 
11 37 45-7 
11 37 53-2 
11 38 30-2 


8 

+ 3-305 
3-327 
3-345 

3-116 
3-144 
3-116 

'3'l22 

3-122 
3-300 
3-129 
3-12 
3-135 
3-237 
3-104 
3-142 
3-183 
3-140 
3-099 
3-058 
3-099 
3-126 
3-099 
3-039 
3-258 
3-099 
3-143 
3-12 
3-253 
3-141 
3-043 
3-130 
3-097 
3-12 
3-306 
3-286 
3-121 

3-120 
3-120 
3-120 
3-264 
3-159 
3-098 
3-265 
3-120 
3-098 
3-118 
3-118 
3-117 
+ 3-096 


1 
1 

2 

2 
1 
4 

3 

.-{ 
1 
1 

[1] 
1 

2 
3 
1 
3 

1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 

[1] 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

[1] 
2 
2 

2 

2 
3 

1 
1 
1 

1 

2 


32 59 54-6 
30 36 24-9 
28 56 14-9 

73 53 41-9 
64 31 35-9 
73 52 36-9 

73 52 + 
71 29 46-9 

71 29 + 

71 27 36-9 
32 58 24-9 
68 53 9-9 
71 25 42 
66 46 41-9 
41 30 46-9 
77 45 10-9 
64 24 10-9 
52 40 24-2 
64 25 31-2 
78 55 43-2 
95 23 14-2 
78 54 43-2 
68 54 26-5 
78 57 13-5 
103 4 35-5 
36 26 51-5 
78 58 3-5 
62 44 1-5 
70 22 42 
36 29 61-5 
62 43 32-5 
102 5 22-8 
66 24 56-8 
79 6 56-8 
70 7 42 
29 6 47-8 
31 16 21-8 
69 15 52-8 

69 15 + 

69 20 12-8 
69 17 13-8 
69 14 9-8 
33 34 40-8 
55 42 18-8 
78 55 57-8 
33 19 56-8 
69 15 33-8 
78 55 57-8 
69 27 57-1 
69 14 20-1 
69 35 57-1 
78 23 56-4 


+ 19-92 
19-93 
19-93 

19-93 
19-93 
19-93 

'i'9-93 

19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-94 
19-94 
19-94 
19-94 
19-94 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-94 
19-95 
19-95 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-95 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 

19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
+ 19-98 


1 
1 

2 

3 
1 
6 

3 

2 
1 
1 

[1] 
1 

2 
4 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 

[1] 
1 : 

1 
1 
1 
1 

[1] 

2 

2 
2 

2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
2 


cF;pS;vS*vnr 


1 
1 
3 

3t 
3 

t 


4 



4 
1 
3 

1 
4 
8 
3 
5* 
2 
1 
3 
1 
5 
2 
1 
3 
2 
4 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
3 
1 



1 
5 

3 






vF; S; mE 


937 

{ =') 

\J3355J 
938 

rA 

L3356J 
936, 
939 

\ 939,a 
f 939,* 

940 




F; cS; R; inbM 




cF; R; pof .. 


II. 340 
II. 103 

ii.'i'e'i 
} 

Ill 30 
11. 830 
III. 375 




F; cS; IE; stellar; r 




F;pS; E;pglbM; r; fof2... 
Smaller than h. 936 


H. nova 


pF; pL; R; bM; r; 2nd of 3 

No description (for 939, c, 
see No. 5069). 
vF; pS; r; 2vBstp; 3rd of 3 
pB; E 


R. 3 novae 




941 




cB; cS; R; bM; r 


D'Arrest, 80 


F; pL; *9-10,s5' 




III. 338 
II. 737 
I. 21 
111.320 
I. 94 
III. 339 


vF; vS 


942 
943 
944 
945 
946 
947 
948 
950 
949 
951 
3357 
952 
953 
954 




F;S;vlE;glbM 




B;L; vlE 




cF; vS; R; pof2; #6sf3'.. 




cB; pL; pmE90 + ; bM ... 
cF; S; fof'2 






F; Istof4 


III. 284 




F; pS; R; psbM 




vF;2ndof4 


III. 376 
II. 153 




vF; cS; R; bM; bet2st 




pF; pS; 3rd of 4 




F;cS; IE; pslbM 


III. 774 
11.154 
11.341 




vF; cS; pmE 




pF; pS; 4th of 4 




pF; S; R; psbM; stellar ... 
F; S; IbM 


D' Arrest, 81 


955 
956 
957 


111.775 


vF; vS 




eF 






F; vS; R; bM 


III. 340 
III. 102 




vF; pL; 2 suspected neb nr . 
eF; pS 








D'Arrest, 82 


vF; vS; slbMN*13m 


958 
959 
960 

> 960, a 
961 

:i6e 
963 

964 
965 




pB; E; gbM; *8 nf 5' 


II. 831 




pB; cS; E; psbM*12 




cF; S; R; IstofS 




H. 4 nova: 


8 "knots" (vide h. 960, 1,2,3) 
cF; S; R; 2ndof'5 . 




111.377 




F; S; R; vglbM;3rdof'6 ... 
vF; pS; 4th of 5 . 








F; pL; R; vcbM 






F; S; R; psbM ... 


III. 35 
III. 776 
III. 378 
HI. 36 
111.386 




eF; vS ... . 






eF;pL;lE 
eF; vS; R; 5th of 5 


966 

970 

"9.71 






eF; vS 




vF; vS; r ... . 




F; S; R- bM(?) 


III. 385 




vF; vS- r 




F; S; ill- psbM . .. 







92 



SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 

ogue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


2539 
2540 
2541 
2542 
2543 
2544 
2545 
2546 
2547 

2548 

2549 

2550 
2551 
2552 
2553 

2554 

2555 
2556 

2557 

2558 
2559 
2560 
2561 
2562 
2563 
2564 
2565 
2566 
2567 
2568 
2569 
2570 
2571 
2572 
2573 
2574 
2575 
2576 
2577 
2578 
2579 
2580 
2581 

2582 
2583 
2584 
2585 
2586 

2587 
2588 
2589 


h. 
972 
967 
973 


H. 
III. 833 




h m s 
11 38 34-3 
11 38 34-6 
11 38 35-6 
11 38 360 
11 38 37-2 
11 38 37-6 
11 38 55-9 
11 38 56-4 
11 39 0-8 

11 39 1-4 

11 39 14-9 

11 39 16-6 
11 39 21-8 
11 39 30-9 
11 39 45-1 

11 39 56-8 

11 40 6-3 
11 40 45-5 

11 40 53-3 

11 40 54-2 
11 41 12-9 
11 41 18-7 
11 41 29-7 
11 41 36-1 
11 41 41-5 
11 41 45-6 
11 41 51-5 
11 41 53-3 
11 41 58-8 
11 42 1-2 
11 42 1-4 
11 42 9-2 
11 42 11-9 
11 42 19-8 
11 42 34-3 
11 42 42-2 
11 42 49-0 
11 43 0-7 
11 43 4-8 
11 43 20-3 
11 43 20-4 
11 43 20-5 
11 43 23-9 

11 43 33-5 
11 43 36-9 
11 43 37-1 
11 43 47-7 
11 43 57-8 

11 43 59-4 
11 44 6 
11 44 11-2 


8 

+ 3-218 
3-152 
3-102 
3-091 
3-116 
3-093 
3-202 
3-150 
3-391 

3-150 

3-149 

2-903 
3-112 
3-116 
3-014 

3-040 

3-238 
3-136 

3-053 

3-462 
3-192 
3-250 
3-248 
3-189 
3-144 
3-224 
3-123 
3-124 
3-564 
3-122 
2-998 
3-019 
3-185 
3-065 
2-967 
3-117 
3-120 
3-209 
3-066 
3-206 
3-190 
3-084 
2-934 

3-115 

3-193 
3-203 
3-180 
3-025 

3-189 
3-11 
+ 3-108 


3 

1? 
3 
1 

1 

1 
2 
1 

1 

2 

2 

2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

2 
3 

2 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
5 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

0) 

3 
1 
1 

1 

1 
2 
4 

1:: 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 

[1] 
1 


39 1 19-4 
56 6 59-4 
75 27 32-4 
80 40 29-4 
69 27 58-4 
80 1 58-4 
41 43 58-4 
56 1 20-4 
19 49 57-4 

56 3 20-4 

56 7 5-4 

145 36 20-4 
68 35 58-4 
68 49 39-4 
117 8 33-7 

106 4 52-7 

33 15 24-7 
58 51 30-7 

100 10 27-7 

14 52 59-0 
40 30 26-0 
29 48 43-0 
29 47 51-0 
40 30 59-0 
54 11 35-0 
33 8 26-0 
62 46 31-0 
62 11 43-0 
11 7 57-0 
63 5 50-0 
126 44 21-0 
118 32 27-0 
40 48 0-0 
90 19 7-0 
137 29 23-0 
64 17 48-0 
62 44 0-3 
33 53 0-3 
94 21 0-3 
34 4 32-3 
37 23 43-3 
82 38 55-3 
146 24 8-3 

64 17 48-3 
36 21 30-3 
34 8 32-3 
39 1 0-3 
118 3 5-3 

39 8 0-3 
67 19 48 
67 12 20-3 


4-19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-99 

19-99 

19-99 
19-99 

19-99 

20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 

20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 

20-01 
20-01 
+ 20-01 


3 

1? 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

2 
3 

2 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
5 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
5 

1 
1 
1 

1 

2 

1 

[1] 
1 


cF; cS; R; pgbM 


4 
1* 
5 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

1 

1 
4 

2 

3 

3 

4 

4 

1 

2t 
4 
3 
1 
5 
6 
1 
8 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
I 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
6 

1 
1 
2 
1 
3 

1 

4 




eF; R; gbM- 1st of 4 


II. 104 
III. 104 
III. 387 
III. 103 
1.201 




B;S;R;smbM* 




vF; vS; suspected 






vF; vS; r 






vF; r 






B; L; mE25+ 


974 




vF; R; 2nd of 4... 


II. 881 




F; pL; raE 105+ . 


( -'} 




vF; R; gbM; 3rd of 4 


I 975 J 
J 9691 

I 976 J 
3358 






vF; R; gbM; 4th of 4 






vF;IE;2stinv 


HI. 372 
III. 388 
III. 828 

I. 120 

II. 785 
II. 723 

H. 553 

HI. 940 
II. 738 
1.248 
II. 832 
II. 739 
II. 408 
I. 228 




vF; cL 


977 
3359 
f 9791 

\ 3360 J 
978 
980 
f-JMT 

\336lJ 




cF; S; iR; gbM; r; *7sp6' 
cF; vS; vlE; bM; vF*sf ... 

pB; L; iR; vgpmbM 








pB; S; IE; pgbM 




pB; S; bM 




pB;pL; R; ebM; r . 




vF;S;R;bM 


982 
983 
984 




B; pL; R; mbM 




B; pL; iR; pgmbM; pof2.. 
pF; pL; vlE; gbM; f of 2... 
F; vS 






986 
985 
987 
988 




F; S; R; bM 




B; pL; IE; svmbM 




pB; R; smbM 


I. 82 
III. 970 
HI. 321 




B;pL; v!EO+;bMN 




pF; pL; r 


989 
3362 
3363 




F; pS; IE; vglbM 




pB; cS; vlE; IbM 


II. 864 
III. 715 




pB; S; R; mbM 




eF; pL 


990 
3364 
991 
992 




eF; S; psbM 






Cl; vL; !C;st9...14 


III. 341 
II. 342 
II. 786 
III. 113 
II. 787 




vF; S; pof 2 




F; pL; R; piibM 




F; E 






eF; eS; bet 2 st 


993 
994 
995 
3365 

996 




eF;R;gbM 




F;L; vmE; vgbM 


III. 90 




F; vS;R;lbM; *13np80". 
O; !; S; R; blue; =*7m; 
l s -5=d. 
Neb; fof 2 








II. 824 
II. 788 
HI. 716 
1.259 

II. 825 




pB; L; mE 


997 
3366 




pF; S; R; pspmbM 




vF; vS 




B; pL; IE; gmbM; r; vS*sp 
inv. 
P B;S;iF;bM 




D' Arrest, 83 


vF- vS 


998 


III. 379 


eF; eS; vlE; er; st nr.. ..;.... 







OF XEBULJE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



93 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Ri|>ht 
Ascension 
for 
1800, Jaif. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1881). 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

u*rd. 


Xorth Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

timrs 
of Obs. 

I.V ll. 

and H. 


Sir J. 11 - 
Catalogues 
of Nebula-. 


SirW. II'- 
Cliuue* 
and Noe. 


Other 
Authorities. 


2590 
2591 
2592 
2593 
2594 
2595 
2596 
2597 
2598 
2599 
2600 
2601 
2602 
2603 
2604 
2605 
2606 
2607 
2608 
2609 
2610 
2611 
2612 
2613 
2614 
2615 
2616 
2617 
2618 
2619 
2620 
2621 
26 -J 2 
2G.':( 
2624 
2625 
2626 
2627 
2l'i28 
2629 
2630 
2631 
2632 
2633 
2634 
2635 
2636 
2637 
2638 
2639 
2640 
2641 
2642 
2643 
2644 
2645 
2646 
2647 
2648 
2(549 
2650 


h. 

999 
1000 


H. 
II. 740 
III. 616 
III. 769 




h m it 
11 44 24-7 
11 44 29-7 
11 44 :!)* 
11 44 49 
11 45 8-9 
11 45 19-8 
11 45 >*!) 
11 45 30-5 
11 45 31-1 
11 45 34-2 
11 45 38-3 
11 45 50-3 
11 45 50-5 
11 46 7-9 
11 46 21-7 
11 46 22-4 
11 46 27-4 
11 46 28-1 
11 46 30-0 
11 46 53-7 
11 46 56-8 
11 46 58-4 
11 47 1-8 
11 47 27'9 
11 47 29-3 
11 47 31-4 
11 47 32-4 
11 47 39-1 
11 48 4-2 
11 48 4'2 
11 48 6-5 
11 48 16-5 
11 48 + 
11 48 18-9 
11 48 20-0 
11 48 32-4 
11 48 45-9 
11 48 54-9 
11 49 3-7 
11 49 10-1 
11 49 23-3 
11 49 23-7 
11 49 30-3 
11 50 9-6 
11 50 14-3 
11 50 15-6 
11 50 34-2 
11 50 34-3 

11 50 + 

11 50 36-1 
11 50 44-7 
11 50 45-6 
11 50 45-6 
11 50 52-9 
11 50 53-4 
11 50 56-3 
11 50 57-6 
11 51 3-0 
11 51 4-6 


+ 3-170 
3-139 
3-182 

8-17 

3-124 
3-033 
3-103 
3-150 
3-378 
3-103 
3-132 
3-111 
3-211 
3-101 
3-155 
:i-l05 
3-169 
3-068 
3-101 
3-043 
3-047 
3-048 
3-188 
3-184 
2-976 
3-254 
3-056 
3-108 
3-166 
3-166 
3-165 
3-086 

3-060 
3-109 
3-060 
3-079 
3-178 
3-052 
3-098 
3-104 
3-136 
3-107 
3-100 
3-147 
3-142 
3-085 
3-145 

3095 
3-121 
3-093 
3-093 
3-097 
3-095 
3-070 
3-087 
3-097 
+ 3-097 


1 
2 
1 

[1] 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1:: 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 

1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 


40 31 56-6 
51 13 20-6 
37 16 0-6 
40 35 48 
56 48 50-6 
116 7 21-6 
68 35 6-6 
45 5 35-6 
14 7 0-6 
68 14 0-6 
52 13 50-6 
63 39-6 
28 33 14-6 
68 28 0-6 
41 21 59-9 
65 49 28-6 
36 53 3-9 
93 13 23-9 
68 20 44-9 
112 24 0-9 
109 47 29-9 
108 47 0-9 
30 51 20-9 
30 43 51-9 
144 56 21-9 
19 54 0-9 
103 11 30-9 
60 57 8-9 
33 54 0-9 
33 54 0-9 
34 6 0-9 
77 15 16-9 
77 15 - 
101 15 54-9 
59 13 39-9 
101 12 44-9 
82 28 4-2 
28 42 30-2 
109 7 1-2 
65 20 55-2 
60 13 26-2 
40 52 57-2 
57 11 59-2 
61 20 43-2 
33 46 31-2 
35 50 34-2 
74 55 29-2 
33 46 21-2 

63 57 

63 57 34-2 
41 54 13-2 
66 39-2 
66 4 59-2 
61 20 22-2 
63 53 51-2 
91 21 8-2 
66 6 2-2 
61 1 33-2 
61 10 + ? 


+ 2'd-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-01 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-03 
20-02 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
2003 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 

20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20 04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 

20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
+ 20-04 


1 

2. 
1 

[1] 
3 
1 
1. 
2 
1 
1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

*f- 

1 
I 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 

1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 



)F; S; R; pspmbM 


2 
4 
1 

3 
1 
2 

3f* 
1 

3 
4 
4 
3 
5 
4* 
2 

3f 
4 

2* 
2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
6 
3 
1 
1 
2 
4 

1 
2 
1 
4 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 



2 

2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1* 




eF;cL;iF;gll.M;6n5';*7f 
eF;S 






D'Arrest, 84 


vF;vdiffic; H. II. 740np ... 
pF;S;IE;psbM 


1001 
3367 
1003 
1002 








vF;cL; vmE59-3 


III. 389 
1.203 

III. 971 
III. 380 
I. 173 
III. 322 
1.251 
II. 403 
I. 202 
III. 342 
V. 45 
III. 612 
III. 381 
II. 623 
III. 290 
II. 294 
II. 833 
IV. 67 

Hl'.905 
I. 67 




vF;cS;R 




B;vL; R; bMpBN; er 




eF; vS; R 


1004 
1005 
1007 
1006 
1008 
1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 
1013 

3368 




vF;cS; R 




vB; pL; R; smbM#9 




pF;pS; R;psbM 




B; pL; R; gmbM; r; #f 




F; pS; IE; 11.M; Jp 




cB; pL; praE; vgbM 




vF;cS; vlE 




cB;L;EO+;vsbMLrN ... 
cF;cS;lE90+;bM; r ... 
eF; R 








cF; S: E 170+; Ibs ..: 




<>F; pL; ptnE 56-8 




F; S; E; r 


1014 
1015 
3369 

3370 
1016 




pF; pS; pmE; vgbM 




pF; cL; R: vg, sbM 


A. 349 


Cl; pL; pRi; gplmbM; st 13 
eF; vS 




cB; pL; iR; gmbM; A2st... 




vF; S; E; *10nfatt 


II. 789 
II. 790 
IV. 62 
II. 162 




pB; E .. 




F; S 


1017 
1018 
1018, a 
1020 
1019 
1021 
1022 
1023 




B; pL; R; g.sbMdisc 
pB; L;iR: bM; *10,25,5' 
nil). 1018 




K. nova 




F; S; R; psbM; pol'2 
pF; vS; R;bM 


II. 724 






vF- S- R; bM; f of 2... 


II. 132 
II. 840 

HI. 274 
111.343 




B;pL;cE30; vxmbMN .. 
cF;S;lE;bM;#8,90 ,6'.. 
vF; pL; iF 




. 



1024 
1026 
1025 
1027 
1028 
1029 
1030 
1032 
1031 

1 1033, a 

1033 
1040, a 
1034 
1035 
1036 

1037 

1038 
1039 




cF; cS; R; psbM 




eF;S; R; bM 


III. 707 




vF; cS; another suspected .. 
pF; S;pmE90 + ; *llnr.. 
vF; S; R; bM*;pof2 
f)F; S;lE;pslbM 








II. 791 
IV. 61 






cB; vL;pmE;sbMBrN 
vF; pL; R; 2stf. 




I. 229 




cB; pS; R; vg, smbM 
one S, R; the other two E .. 

pF; vS; E25bet2st 
S; R; 7'np h. 1040 


H. 3 novae 


HI. 323 


R. nova 


HI. 344 
HI. 345 
HI. 354? 
HI. 324 


vF; vS; R; n of'2 




vF; vS; R; B of 2 




F; vS; R; *12near 




eF; suspected 




F- S- R- bM- #11 nf 


HI. 325 
II. 368 




eF- vS 




pB; pS- R; psbM; r .. . 




vB;mE;mbM(?P.D.) 







94 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 




Reference 


3 tO 


Eight 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


OI 

Cata- 
logue. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


N.P.-D. 
for 

1880. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


times 
of Obs. 
bvh. 
andH. 


2651 


h. 
1040 


H. 




h m s 
11 51 14-4 


+ 3-121 


1 


41 59 10-2 


+ 20-04 


1 


F; pL; inE; vglbM 


1 


2659 


1041 


II. 733 




11 51 19'2 


3-116 


2 


45 17 9-2 


20-04 


9 


15; cL; mE62-3; vsvmbM*10 


3*f 


2653 


1042 






11 51 24-9 


3-086 


2 


73 2 32-2 


20-04 


9 


pB; pS; R; psbM 


2* 


2654 


1043,o 




R. nova 


11 51 33 


3-095 




61 39 50 


20-04 




vF 





2655 


1043 


II. 369 




11 51 33-0 


3-095 


m 


61 44 50-2 


20-04 


2 


F; L; E; gbfM 


4 


9656 


1044 






11 51 42-8 


3-083 


i 


75 46-2 


20-04 


1 


eF; *9 sf 5' 


1 


2657 


1045 


II. 725 




11 51 43-9 


3-097 


i 


58 47 57-5 


20-05 


1 


pB; pL; E 19-5; biN 


2 


2658 




II. 295 




11 51 56-2 


3-059 


i 


107 35 2-5 


20-05 


1 


F; vS; IF; bM 


1 


2659 


1046 


III. 617 




11 51 57-7 


3 104 


i 


51 24 39-5 


20-05 


1 


eF; pL; R . 


3 


9660 


1047 


1.223 




11 52 6-8 


3-122 


i 


38 16 44-5. 


20-05 


1 


vB; cL; mE l60+ ; 


3 


2661 


3371 


II. 296 




11 52 23-1 


3-059 


i 


108 29 25-5 


20-05 


1 


vsvrubMBN. 
; pF; pL; R; rr; st 16 


a 


9669 




III. 3 




11 52 45-0 


3-083 


2 


73 1-5 


20-05 


9, 


vF; vS; vlE; r 


2 


9663 


1048 


I. 121 




11 53 12-3 


3-072 


9 


90 19 7-5 


20-05 


9, 


cB; L; vlE; psmbM; Bstnr 


4 


2664 


1049 


II. 404 




11 53 21-0 


3-084 


6 


69 8 34-5 


20-05 


fi 


pF; pL; R; gb.M- * 12 nf 




9665 




11.508 




11 53 21-4 


3-062 


1 


107 3 2-5 


20-05 


1 


pB; S;1E; bM 


1 


9666 




III. 903 




11 53 45-4 


3-155 


1 


19 52 1-5 


20-05 


1 


eF; S; IF; gvlbM 


1 


2667 


33/2 


III. 279 




11 53 50-5 


3-064 


1 


105 10 13-5 


20-05 


1 


eF; pL; *945+ 


2 


2668 


1050 


1.253 




11 54 12-4 


3-125 


1 


27 19 59-5 


20-05 


1 


(H. vb; vL;El 


2* 


2669 


1051 


III. 77 




11 54 13-1 


3-079 


2 


75 49 13-5 


20-05 


2 


|h. pB; 25"; R/ 
eF; pL; R; r 


3 


9670 


1052 


IV. 28-1 




11 54 43-7 


3-064 


1 


108 5 11-5 


20-05 


1 


pB; cL; R; vgbM 


2f 


2671 


1053 


IV. 28-2 




11 54 43-7 


3-064 


1 


108 7 11-5 


20-05 


1 


pF; pL 


2f 


2672 


1054 


1.252 




11 54 58-6 


3-117 


9: 


27 6 10-5 


20-05 


2 


B; cL; R; g, psvmbMrN ... 


3 


2673 


1055 






11 55 10-9 


3-074 


1 


84 52 38-5 


20-05 


9, 


pF; S; R; psbM; * f 30 s ... 


2 


2674 


1056 


111.491 




11 55 18-9 


3-072 


1 


89 25 53-5 


20-05 


1 


cF;cS; R; b.M 


3 


2675 


1057 


II. 276 




11 55 32-9 


3-072 


1 


87 14 48-5 


20-05 


1 


pF; L; R;sbM; * sf 


4 


9676 


1058 


11.741 




11 55 36-5 


3-095 


1 


40 35 7-5 


20-05 


1 


pB; pS; R 


2 


2677 


1059 






11 55 38-9 


3-079 


2 


71 12 12-5 


20-05 


2 


vF; vS; R; psbM 


2 


2678 


1060 


III. 390 




11 55 41-8 


3-079 


1 


70 28 21-5 


20-05 


3 


eF; pS; R; glbM 


4 


2679 




II 509 




11 55 47-7 


3-066 


1 


105 36 2-5 


20-05 


1 


F;cL; iR;lb!M 


1 


9680 


1061 


IV. 56 




11 55 58-3 


3-089 


4 


44 41 3-5 


20-05 


4 


B; vL; E; vg, vsmbM #11... 


5t 


2681 


3373 






11 55 59-6 


3-039 


1 


152 24 13-5 


20-05 


1 


CI; plti; 1C 


1 


2682 




III. 794 




11 56 8-6 


3-099 


1 


31 18 2-5 


20-05 


1 


eF; S 


1 


968?. 


1062 






11 56 32-1 


3-078 


1 


68 10 1-5 


20-05 


1? 


pB. P.O. very doubtful ... 


1* 


2684 


1063 






11 56 36-6 


3-078 


1:: 


68 8 1-5 


20-05 


1? 


pB. P.D. very doubtful ... 


1 


2685 


1064 






11 56 40-6 


3-078 


1:: 


67 55 1-5 


20-05 


1? 


pB. P.D. very doubtful ... 


1 


9686 


1065 






11 56 51-4 


3-077 


3 


68 59 39-5 


20-05 


3 


vF; S; R; D neb pos 70 ... 


3* 


2687 


1066 


I. 174 




11 56 53-2 


3-080 


4 


57 19 32-5 


20-05 


4 


pB; vL; inE 97; vgbM 


5 


2688 






D'Arrest, 85 


11 56 57 


3-07 


[1] 


70 46 42 


20-06 


[1] 


B; E;gbM * 17 p, 82" dist.. 





2689 


1067 






11 56 57-5 


3-077 


2 


68 59 58-5 


20-05 


2 


pF; R .. 


2 


2690 


1068 






11 56 59-7 


3-076 


4 


68 51 54-5 


20-05 


4 


pB 


4 


2691 


1069 


III. 37 




11 57 1-0 


3-074 


5 


78 21 53-5 


20-05 


5 


F; pS; R;gbM 


6 


2692 




II 781 




11 57 1-6 


3-087 


2 


36 40 2-5 


20-05 


2 


pF; S; stellar 


2 


2693 


1070 


III 392 




11 57 1-7 


3-076 


1 


6<< 53 38-5 


20-05 


1 




2 


26P4 


1071 


III. 391 




11 57 2-0 


3-076 


2 


68 49 13-5 


20-05 


2 


F; vS 


2* 


96qr> 


3374 






11 57 4-9 


3-046 


1 


156 31 32-5 


20-05 


1 


vF; vS; R; bM*; am st ... 


1 


2696 


1072 


11.277 




11 57 17-2 


3-072 


4 


87 19 26-5 


20-05 


4 


F; pS; R; pgbM; np of 2... 


7 


2697 


1073 


III 393 




11 57 20-8 


3-076 


1 


68 54 1-5 


20-05 


1 


eF; vS 


2* 


2698 


1074 






1 1 57 20-9 


3-072 


1 


87 9 8-5 


20-05 


1 


F; S; R 


1 


2699 


1075 


III 394 




11 57 34.7 


3-076 


1 


69 3 31-8 


20-06 


1 


vF; vS 


2* 


2700 


1076 


III. 258 




11 57 29-5 


3-072 


1 


87 26 4-8 


20-06 


1 


cF; cS; vIE; bM; sf of 2 ... 


3 


2701 




lit 395 




11 57 32-3 


3-075 


8? 


69 7 1-8 


20-06 


2? 


vF; vS 


1* 


2702 




III 396 




11 57 32'3 


3-075 


2? 


69 7 1-8 


20-06 


2? 


vF; vS 


1* 


2703 


1077 






11 57 38-1 


3-072 


1 


91 36 8-8 


20-06 


1 


F;L; R; *10 n 60" 


1 


2704 


1078 


III. 355 




11 57 42-0 


3-076 


4 


62 13 27-8 


20-06 


4 


cF; pS; E; gbM 


5 


2705 






D'Arrest 86 


11 58 13 


3-08 


m 


38 54 7 


20-06 


[1] 


F; IE; I. 206 rir 





2706 


3375 


III 754 




11 58 24-4 


3-070 


i 


115 44 43-8 


20-06 


1 


pB; S; R; bM 


2 


2707 




I. 224 




11 58 40-3 


3-074 


2 


38 56 2-8 


20-06 


9, 


B; pL; pmE; vsbM 


c> 


9708 




1.206 




11 58 42-2 


3-074 


a 


38 42 22-8 


20-06 


3 


B; cL; pmE 135+ ; IbM ... 


3 


2709 


3376 






11 58 44-2 


+ 3-072 


i 


103 45 28-8 


+ 20-06 


1 


eF; L ; pmE ; vgbM ; 2 st 1 1 nr 


1 



























OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTEES OF STARS. 



95 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
Ian. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 

Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 

Ohs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks. &.c. 


Total 
(To, ,,f 

nfObs. 

U h. 
and H. 


sir.i. n:- 

Catalogues 
of Nebulir. 


*ir \V. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


2710 

2711 
2712 
2/13 
2714 
2715 
2716 
2717 
2718 
2719 
2720 
2721 
2722 
2723 
2724 
2725 
2726 
2727 
2728 

2729 
2730 
2731 
2732 
2733 

2734 
2735 

2736 
2737 

2738 

2739 

2740 
2741 
2742 
2743 
2744 
2/45 
2746 
-'747 
2748 
2749 
2750 
2751 
2752 
2753 
2754 
2755 
2756 
2757 
2758 
2759 
2760 
2761 
2762 
2763 
2764 


h. 

1079 
1081 
1080 
1082 


H. 

III. 382 
1.207 
III. 400 
111.383 
III. 394 
III. 717 
III. 326 
1.225 




h 111 s 

11 58 45-3 
11 68 51-9 
11 58 5.'H 
11 58 54-0 
11 58 57-0 
11 58 59-8 
11 59 O'l 
11 59 15-4 
11 59 28-0 
11 59 28-8 
11 59 29-4 
11 59 34-4 
11 59 39-8 
11 59 52-9 
11 59 55-8 
12 0-5 
12 0-9 
12 1-7 
12 19-8 

12 26-9 
12 42-1 
12 56-3 
12 59-2 
12 59-4 

12 1 1-2 
12 1 3-1 

12 1 28-2 
12 1 29-2 
12 1 33-2 

12 1 42-3 

12 1 47-9 
12 1 52-9 
12 1 59-4 
12 2 1-4 
12 2 6-7 
12 2 23-2 
12 2 29-8 
12 2 31-4 
12 2 43-5 
12 2 54M 
12 2 54-5 
12 2 + 
12 2 55-5 
12 2 56-8 
12 3 22-6 
12 3 26-7 
12 3 27-0 
12 3 28-7 
12 3 36-9 
12 3 42-6 
12 3 46-5 
12 4 0'9 
12 4 4-2 
12 4 4-7 
12 4 39-4 


B 
+ 3-072 
3-072 

3-072 
3-072 
3-072 
3-072 
3-072 
3-070 
3-077 
3-070 
3-074 
3-074 

3-062 
3-067 
3-077 
3-068 
8-tf4 
3-070 
3-072 

3-064 
3-070 
3-040 
3-064 
3-072 

3-070 
3-045 

3-067 
3-005 
3-032 

3-074 

3-063 
3-063 
3-003 
3-062 
3-061 
3-053 
3-037 
3-044 
3-051 
3-047 
3-053 

3-064 
3-060 
3-030 
3-057 
3-050 
3-064 
3-063 
3-026 
3-049 
3-036 
3-061 
2-945 
+ 3-018 


1 
1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
6 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1:: 

1 
1 
1 

2 

2 

1 

2 
1 

3 

2 
3 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1:: 
2 
1 

3 
1 
1 
1 

2 
3 

1 
1 
2: 
1 
1 
1 
2 


68 38 i'-8 
41 44 34-8 
52 21 4-8 
68 36 5-8 
68 35 2-8 
39 38 47-8 
63 39 44-8 
36 30 34-8 
150 27 56-8 
61 2 37'8 
119 26-8 
119 41-8 
22 3 42-8 
46 9 26-8 
129 25 18-8 
55 13 46-8 
103 24 23-8 
74 49 13-8 
86 30 33-5 

46 12 1-8 
79 41 2-5 
19 38 2-5 
56 13 7-5 
86 20 39-5 

78 50 36-5 
24 2 50-6 

73 5 11-5 
12 25 10-5 
20 25 2-5 

98 15 19-5 

59 56 7-5 
59 58 57-5 
14 19 20-5 
60 3 7-5 
59 18 5-5 
45 32 32-5 
30 22 0-5 
36 6 6-5 
46 44 3-5 
42 46 19-5 
49 20 37-5 
70 40 + 


+20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 
20-06 

20-06 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 

20-05 
20-05 

20-05 
20-05 
20-05 

20-05 

20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 

20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
+ 20-05 


2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
6 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1 


vF; vS 


4 
4 
6 
5 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
7 
3 
3 
1 
4 
2 
1 
2 
1 


2 
1* 
1 
1 
t 

5 


2 
4 

1 

4 

3 
4 
3 

4 
3 
2 
3 
2* 
2 
3 
2 

4 
1 
2 
3 

4t 
4 

1 
1 

4t 
4 
3 

2 
2 




pB; vL; mE 32-0 ... 




eF; vS ; R ; stellar ; # 1 sp 2' 
eF; eS; R; bM 






eF;eS 


1084 
1083 
1085 
3377 
1086 
3378 
3379 
1087 
1088 
3380 
1089 
3381 
1090 
1 092, a 

1091 




pB;vL;vmEl66-5;vgvlbM 
eF; vS; R; vgbM 






H;pS;R;bMBrN; *12sp,v,nr 
Cl; pL; pC;iR;st!0...14... 
pB; pS; IE; bM 


A. 291 


11 370 
11.862 
11. 866 




pF; pS; R; psbM; r; p of 2 
jF; pS; R;pgbM; fof2 ... 
B; S; R;gbM 






I. 195 




vB; pS- mE 151-0 




F; S; vlE;glbM;3Bstnr... 
eF 






111.533 




cF; S; iR;gbM 




eF; suspected 




R. nova 


Hook-shaped; h. 1092 is 
nf 45; 14'dist. 
vF;vS 


III. 708 
II. 14 
III 904 




1 
1 
1 

2 

3 

1 

2 
1 

3 

2 
3 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

3 

1 
1 

1 
2 
3 

1 
1 
2: 
1 

1 
1 
2 


IE 






eF; vS; E 


1093 
1092 

1094 




eF; vS; R; mbM 


V. 4 

f_*\ 

(JI.60J 




cF; vL; E90;bM *16.. 
pB;pL; mEl20; bM; r .. 

pB;pL; cE; mbMN(Hind 
Jan. 5, 1850). 
vF; S; R;pslbM;bet2vSst 
F; ])L; vlE; glbM 




Auw. N. 28 


1095 
1096 


III. 68 

1.279 
1.263 

11. 548 

III. 356 
111.357 
1.278 
11.371 
11.321 
1.196 
III. 795 
III. 814 
IV. 54 
II 747 
M69 






cB; IE; bM 


n097~| 

\3382J 
1098 
1099 
1100 
1101 
1108 




F;pL;pmE95+; vglbM 
cF; S; R; 1st of 3 . 






cF; S; iR; 2nd of 3 




pB; cL; R; gmbM .. . 




pF; pL; IE- 3rd of 3 




F;.vL; vgmbM 




B;pL;lE; vgbM; # np 
vF- pS- IE- gbM- r 


1102 
1103 
1104 
1107 
1105 
1106, 
1106 






vF; S; IF; vglbM; er 




cB; R; vg, vsbMN 




pF; cL; vmE109-0; vgbM. 
B; vL; vglbM 




R. nova 


S; prec h. 1106 .. . 


I. 19 
111.327 
11.802 
I. 73 
1.165 
II. 83 
I. 11 
III. 845 
11.642 
1.208 
11.405 
111.941 
II. 803 


70 40 17-5 
62 48 2-5 
30 56 13-5 
58 49 5-5 
49 49 31-5 
73 11 28-5 
70 52 2-5 
30 53 2-5 
49 45 45-5 
38 43 54-5 
69 2 58-5 
13 5 48-5 
31 27 2-5 


; vB; pL; R; gbM; rrr ... 
vF- pS 




1109 
1110 
1111 
1112 

1113 
1114 
1115 
1116 




F; S; E 




B; S; K; pgmbM 




vB; S; 1!; vsmbMBN;pof2 
pB - pL- - R- pcmbM- r 






15- pL- E- bM 




vF; S; E 90+ .. 




pF; S; E; vgbM; f of 2 
pF- cL- vmE 60+ 






F;pS; lE;l>M;pB#nf 
L-F; pS; R; A 2 st 






F- S; R 







96 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


2765 
2766 
2767 
2768 
2769 
2770 
2771 
2772 
2773 
2774 
2775 
2776 
2777 
2778 
2779 
2780 
2/81 
2782 
2783 
2784 
2785 
2786 
2787 
2788 
2789 
2790 
2791 
2792 
2793 

2794 

2795 
2796 
2797 
2798 
2799 
2800 
2801 
2802 
2803 
2804 
2805 
2806 
2807 
2808 
2809 
2810 
2811 
2812 
2813 
2814 
2815 
2816 
2817 
2818 
2819 
2820 
2821 
2822 
2822 
2824 


h. 

1117 


H. 
II. 353 
III. 399 




h m s 
12 4 46-9 
12 4 56-4 
12 5 4-5 
12 5 8-6 
12 5 14-5 
12 5 16-6 
12 5 17-2 
12 5 18-7 
12 5 27'2 
12 5 30-9 
12 5 35-2 
12 5 42-9 
12 5 53-0 
12 6 4-8 
12 6 13-1 
12 6 14-4 
12 6 15-1 
12 6 28-8 
12 6 38-7 
12 6 39-4 
12 6 39-6 
12 6 40-0 
12 6 44-6 
12 7 6-6 
12 7 8-8 
12 7 26-4 
12 7 28-5 
12 7 297 
12 7 32-0 

12 7 32-7 

12 7 44-7 
12 8 1-5 
12 8 8-0 
12 8 9 
12 8 19-4 
12 8 21-7 
12 8 23-4 
12 8 31-3 
!2 8 31-6 
12 8 36-0 
12 8 44-8 
12 8 46-7 
12 8 49-1 
12 8 55-0 
12 9 7-3 
12 9 9-1 
12 9 12-9 
12 9 17-5 
12 9 21-7 
12 9 23-0 
12 9 25-1 
12 9 28-9 
12 9 31-4 
12 9 32-3 
12 9 36-9 
12 9 41-0 
12 9 58-6 
12 9 59-5 
12 9 59-5 
12 10 3-8 


s 
+ 3-057 
3-046 
3-045 
3-063 
3-051 
3-016 
3-051 
3-051 
3-050 
3-081 
2-993 
3-070 
3-067 
3-016 
3-031 
3-152 
3-048 
3-018 
3-061 
3-038 
3-066 
3-060 
3-061 
3-004 
2-988 
3-045 
3-066 
2-997 
2-983 

3-061 

3-060 
3-037 
3-051 
2-96 
3-058 
3-041 
2-945 
3-057 
3-047 
3-030 
3-065 
3-058 
3-009 
3-006 
3-126 
2-931 
3-005 
3-065 
3-063 
3-057 
3-084 
3-005 
3-030 
3-026 
3-030 
3-160 
3-063 
3-067 
3-063 
+ 3-054 


1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 

2 

1 

2 
1 

[1] 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 


65 5' 49-5 
53 2 2-5 
52 43 3-5 
76 1 5-5 
60 3 17-5 
33 2 58-5 
60 1-5 
60 5 31-5 
60 3 31-5 
103 14 38-5 
78 22 7-5 
87 55 28-5 
82 11 3-5 
36 20 2-5 
45 32 36-5 
151 56 12-2 
60 42 57-2 
38 30 2-2 
75 48 11-2 
52 35 28-2 
82 1 3-2 
74 19 1-2 
76 3 5-2 
34 40 46-2 
29 34 2-2 
60 48 15-2 
83 24 54-2 
33 12 18-2 
29 16 2-2 

77 3 13-2 

76 4 2-2 
56 1 26-2 
68 33 36-2 
25 25 42 
75 19 25-2 
60 43 22-2 
23 14 29-2 
75 19 1-2 
65 13 59-2 
52 54 3-2 
82 49 9-2 
76 4 2-2 
42 8 55-2 
41 5 2-2 
132 32 44-2 
22 59 24-2 
41 20 34-2 
82 31 31-9 
81 45 38-9 
76 8 1-9 
101 31 49-9 
42 12 32-9 
55 42 6-9 
52 53 41-9 
55 39 37-9 
144 31 20-9 
82 1 40-9 
85 32 30-9 
81 35 59-9 
73 54 23-9 


+ 20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 

20-04 

20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
+ 20-03 


1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1:: 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 

4 
1 

1 
2 

2 

1 

2 
2 

[1] 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
3 
5 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 


B; L; iE; I)M 


2 
2 
1 
3 
4 
2 
4* 
4 
4* 
2 
2 
5 
5 
1 
5 
1 
5 
1 
3 
3 
4 
7 
2 
2 
1 
5 
2 
3 
2 

3 

1 
3 
4 

2 
1 
2 
3 
2 

3f 
4 

Gf 

6t 
1 
4 
1 
3 
3 
4 
1* 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
5 
1 
2 
5 




vl"; pL; vlE; er 
F;pL; R; vgbM; * sp 10'... 
pB; pL; IF; psbM; r; * inv 
F; S; 1st of 4 


1118 
1119 
1120 
1123 
1121 
1122 
1124 
3383 
1125 
1126 
1127 




11.105 
III. 358 
II. 792 
11.372 
HI. 359 
III. 360 
III. 534 








F; S; IE; gbM .... 




F; S; 2nd of 4.. 




F; S; 3rd of 4 




F; eS; 4th of 4 




vF; pL; R; vgbM 




vF; vL- E 45+ #7 f 


I. 9 
II. 133 

HI. 777 
HI 697 




pB; pS; pmEl35+; b.MN 
pF; S; IE 0+; r 






eF; S; stellar 


1128 
3384 
1129 




vF; cL; niE 170+ 




Cl; mC; st eS 


II. 373 
11.813 
11.106 
II. 409 




cF; L; R; gbM .. 




pB;S;lE . 


1131 
1133 
1130 
1132 
1134 
1135 




F; L; IE- vglbM- r 




eF; pS; R; vglbM- r 




cF; R; bM; near S* 




M. 98 


B; vL; vmE 152'l ; vsvrabM 
vF; pL; E; vgbM .. 


11. 163 
11.867 
III. 796 
II. 374 
II. 134 
11.793 
HI. 797 

II. 164 
II. 165 

1.175 
III. 397 




pB; vS; vsbM *12 




eF 


1136 
1137 
1139 




pB; S; R; vsmbM * 




pF; pmE; vgbM 




pF; pS; IE; gbM 




vF; S . 


1138 




T-, f H. vmE "1 .,,.,, 
cF; (h.R,2ob S .} lbM - 
F; vmE 




1140 
1141 




vB; S; R; psmbM 




vF; cL; iR; vgbM 


D'Arrest, 87 


pB; pS; R; *12 f; In 


1142 


II. 107 
II. 375 
III. 850 
II. 108 
II. 354 
I. 95 
II. 135 
I. 35 
11. 748 
HI. 718 


vF; pL; R; gbM 




F; pS 


1143 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
1148 
1149 




pF; pS; R; vgbM 




B;L;E90+;g, sbM; r ... 
cF;vS;R 






cB; cL; iE; biN 




B; pS; E; sbM *11 




vB; vL; vraEl7+;sbMN 
pF;L; mE45-0; * n, p of 2 
vF; vS 






3385 
1150 
1151 
1152 
1153 




|!F; pL; pmE; vglbM 






pB; S; R; psbM 


1.209 
11.137 
II. 136 
11. 109 




cB; pL; pmE 134-4; psbM.. 
pF; pL; R; r (? R.A. 10 m )... 
pB; pS;IE;gb,wo<M;r ... 
r 








1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1158 
3386 
1159 
1160 
1161 
1162 




F;eS; R; * 170, 60" 






F; S;lE;fof2 


II. 518 




F; vS; vlE; psbM;sp of 2... 
vF;L;R;gb.M 




11.519 




cF; vS; IE; psbM; nf of 2... 




C1;F; pL;iF;st!3...15 ... 
pB; pL; pmE; 1M: p of 2 ... 
pB; L; R;gbM 


II. 17 






II. 496 
II. 11 




pF; R; vsbMSN 




pB; pL; IE; vgbM; r 







OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STAKS. 



97 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
I'lvivssion 
in 
Right 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
IS ,n. Jan. 0. 


Annual 

I'reeession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


N... 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 

('oiii|>:m-on of nil the 
Obsen.-itious. II, -murks, Ac. 


Total 

v,. at 

limes 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and Jl. 


Sir J. H.'s 
OataloguM 

of Nebula 


Sir W. II.-- 
( 'hisses 
and V 


Other 
Authorities. 


28-27 
2828 
28'-".) 
2830 
2831 
2832 
2833 
2834 
2835 
2836 

2837 
2838 

2839 
2840 
2841 

2843 
2844 
2845 
2846 
2847 
2848 
2849 
5070 
2850 
2851 
2852 
2853 
2854 

2855 
2856 

2857 

2858 
2859 
2860 

2' ;i 

2863 
2864 
2865 
2866 
2867 
2868 
2869 
2870 
2871 
2872 
2873 
2874 
2875 
2876 
2877 


h. 
1163 
1164 


H. 
V. 51 
III. 851 
III.719 
III. 720 
III. 480 
III. 725 
\. 41 
I. 74 
HI. 91 
II. 742 
1.264 
I. 89 

III. 702 




li m s 
12 10 4-1 
12 10 5-7 
12 10 13-6 
12 10 13-6 
12 10 17-5 
12 10 20-5 
12 10 27-9 
12 10 3-2-5 
12 10 4:i-7 
12 10 48-8 
12 10 .".7--' 
12 11 3-5 

12 11 30-9 
12 11 41-8 

12 11 56-0 
12 12 1 
12 12 1-7 
12 12 4-6 
12 12 12-9 
12 12 13-0 
12 12 22-0 
12 12 26-0 
12 12 26-3 
12 12 38-0 
12 12 41 
12 12 41 
12 12 45-0 
12 12 47-4 
12 12 48-2 
12 12 48-3 
12 12 49-1 

12 13 3-4 

12 13 8-7 

12 13 12-5 

12 13 18-6 
12 13 23-0 
12 13 25-7 
12 13 35-7 
12 13 35-9 
12 13 38-6 
12 13 41-0 
12 13 46-0 
12 13 48-1 
12 14 4-2 
12 14 4-8 
12 14 6-1 
12 14 6-1 
12 14 8-4 
12 14 23-6 
12 14 23-6 
12 14 24-9 
12 14 32-7 
12 14 33-1 
12 14 33-2 


+ 2-894 
2-939 
2-999 
8-999 
3-063 
3-003 
3-019 
3-033 
3063 
2-995 
2-864 
3-034 

3-029 
3-052 

2-898 
3-06 
2-988 
3-063 
3-063 
3-064 
3-051 
3-090 
3-063 
3-053 
3-06 

3-024 
3-025 
3-064 
2-946 
3-029 

3-025 
3-062 

3-063 

3-024 
3-025 
2-933 
3-023 
3-063 
3-024 
2-980 
3-063 
2-930 
3-042 
2-720 
3-063 
3-064 
3-053 
3-061 
3-061 
3-048 
3-053 
3-063 
+ 3-047 


1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 

1:: 
3 

1 

[1] 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
[2] 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 

1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 

3 

1 

1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 


19 48 0-9 
25 48 56-9 
41 44 31-9 
41 45 31-9 
82 32 50-9 
43 35 49-9 
51 24 39-9 
59 36 M-9 
82 6 1-9 
41 49 7-9 
18 25 17-9 
61 2 42-9 

59 23 0-9 
74 48 7-6 

23 19 23-6 
83 29 42 
41 55 40-6 
83 23 51-6 
83 9 22-6 
83 53 0-6 
74 20 51-6 
101 28 31-6 
83 22 30-6 
76 26 0-6 
83 12 42 
83 46 42 
58 52 49-6 
59 36 15-6 
83 53 1-6 


+ 20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-03 

20-03 
20-02 

20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-03 

20-02 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 

20-02 
20-02 

20-02 

20-02 
20-02 
2002 
20-01 
20-02 
20-02 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
+ 20-01 


1 
1 

1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 

1:: 
4 
1 

[1] 
4 
1 
2 
1 

1 
1 
2 
[2] 

1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 

3 

1 

1 

2 
4 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 


vF; eL; mE 160+ ; vgbM.. 
vF;pS; iR; vglbM 


3 

2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
3 
5 
1 
4 
2 
4 

2 

6t 

2 


4 
i 

1 
3 
1* 
4 
3 
0* 

3 
3 
1* 
1 
3 

5* 

1* 

3* 

4 
1* 
1 
2 
1* 
0? 
5 
1* 
2 
3 
6 
3* 

it 

6 

2 
2 
4 
4 
2 
4 






vF; vS; n of Dneb 






vF;'vS; s of D neb 


1165 
1166 
1167 
1168 




vF; L; vgbM; #7 s 




vF; cL; iR; vgbM; r 




pB; vL; eE43-2; vgbM ... 
cB; pL; vlE; smbM; r 







eF 


1169 
1170 
1171 

1172 
1173 
11/4 




vF; S; pinE; psbM 




pB;S;R;pgbM 




vB; S; E; vsvmbMN; 
*6-7 f 90'. 
vF; vS; R 




M.99 


,.. r(H.h.)B;L;R;gbM;r-| 
'l(L) 3-branched spiral J 
pB; L;cE 38-2; bMBN ... 
vF pS; R; *18 s 2' 


II. 846 


D'Arrest, 88 


1175 
1176 
1177 
1178 
1179 


V. 43 
II. 139 
11.138 


vB; vL; vmE 0;sbMBN... 
F; pS; R; gbM 






pB; E; psbM 




neb; " 1st of 5" 


11.110 
III. 535 
II. 140 
II. 166 




B; S; R; r 




vF; pL; iF 


1180 
1181 




F; pS; R;gbM 




pB; vS; R; vsmbM 


D'Arrest, 89 


pF; S; R; *9 f 1*7, n 85"... 
See No. 5070 






1182 
1185 
1183 


III. 299 
I. 75 
11,568? 
II 804 
II. 376 
I. 90 

II. 322 
11.571?? 

II. 573 

11.569? 
II. 323 
11.377 
III. 798 
III. 300 
11.570? 




cF; S; iR; gmbM 




vB; vL; E 90+ ; mbMN ... 




B;L;E;gbM 




32 29 1-6 
61 36 0-6 

59 56 25-6 
82 51 1-6 

83 50 34-6 

59 54 20-6 
60 39-6 
31 6 1-6 
59 51 31-3 
83 54 0-6 
59 51 20-6 
42 56 17-3 
83 52 34-3 
31 7 37-3 
70 50 17-3 
13 51 7'3 
83 49 57-3 
84 38 4-3 
77 42 56-3 
82 34 1-3 
82 34 1-3 
74 36 52-3 
77 43 1-3 
83 50 23-3 
74 36 53-3 


pB; pL; iF 


1184 
1186J 




F; S; vlE;gbM; *15nr ... 
vB; pL; R; mbM; r; p of 2 

4 neb sc about. Place of the 
last (see note). 

vB; vL; R; pgbM; "3 more 
seen." 
B; S; R; bM; 2nd of 3 


1 


J 


U7< 

1188 


1 


J 










cF- IE; p of 2 






vF 


1189 
1188,a 
1191 
1190 
1193 
1195 
1192 
1194 
1196 
1197 

1198 
1200 
1201 
1199 




vF; S 


R. nova? 


Most probably =H. III. 300 
vF- pS- R; vgbM; r 


III. 726 
11.571? 
II. 805 
V. 5 
I. 275 




vB; R; central of 4 





pB; L; R; gmbM 




F- vL; E; IbM; r 




pB; vS; R; IbM; 3 st f 




B; pL; IE; bM; 4th of 4 






F; S; R; vs,'lbM; B*340,60' 
F;L;mE135+;bi-N;pof2 
vF- vS 


II. 61 
III. 92 
III. 93 
11.111 
II. 62 
11.572 
11.112 








eF; eS 




F; L; E 0+ ; vgbM, p of 2 
F;L; IE; vgbM; f of 2 
F- IE- vgbM 








L- vmE 0+ ; f of 2 







MDCCCLXIV. 



O 



98 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

r.'itii- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 

Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
>f Obs. 
by h. 
mdH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of NebuluB. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


2878 
2879 
2880 
2881 
2882 
2883 
2884 
2885 
2886 
2887 
2888 
2889 

2890 

2891 
2892 
2893 
2894 
2895 
2896 
2897 
2898 
2899 
2900 
2901 
2902 
2903 
2904 
2905 
2906 
2907 
2908 
2909 
2910 
2911 
2912 
2913 
2914 
2915 
2916 
2917 
2918 
2919 
2920 
2921 
2922 
2923 
2924 
2925 
2926 
2927 
2928 
2929 
2930 
293 
2932 
2933 
2934 
293o 
293G 


h. 
1202 
3387 
1203 
1204 
1205 
1206 
1202,-:, 
1207 
1209 


H. 
I. 139 


M.61 


h m s 
12 14 45-1 
12 14 51-8 
12 14 56-7 
12 15 23-5 
12 15 24-5 
12 15 24-5 
12 15 30 
12 15 30-2 
12 15 31-6 
12 15 34-9 
12 15 36-3 
12 15 37-4 

12 15 50-6 

12 16 1-2 
12 16 2 
12 16 2-0 
12 16 4-6 
12 16 6-6 
12 16 8-6 
12 16 8-9 
12 16 11-2 
12 16 12-5 


+ 3-064 
3-132 
3-050 
3-016 
3-017 
3-017 
3-06 
3-051 
3-044 
3-011 
2-686 
3-057 

3-043 

3-041 
3-06 
3-060 
3-043 
2-843 
3-093 
2-905 
2-637 
3-060 
3-058 
3-035 
3-231 
3-040 
3-059 
3-058 
3-058 
3-060 
3-038 
3-053 
2-960 
3-077 
3-262 
3-055 
2-896 
3-061 
3-006 
3-107 
2-895 
2-659 
2-894 
3-057 
3-057 
3-050 
2-981 
3-048 
3-057 
3-412 
3-162 
3-050 
3-045 
2-994 

+ 3-045 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 

2 

(1) 
1 
3 
1 

3 

1 

[4] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

5 

1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 


84 44 55-3 
122 41 54-3 
76 29 35-3 
59 19 46-0 
60 34-0 
60 1 8-0 
84 35 40 
77 26 25-0 
73 40 57-0 
58 11 0-0 
13 53 59-0 
81 1 20-0 

73 23 54-0 

72 30 5-0 
83 58 42 
83 8 51-0 
73 25 0-0 
23 22 43-0 
101 45 29-0 
30 47 2-0 
13 3 7-0 
83 11 1-0 
81 45 7-0 
69 48 9-0 
147 20 30-0 
72 31 5-0 
83 8 10-0 
82 14 31-0 
82 14 31-0 
82 16 59-0 
71 41 1-0 
77 43 1-3 
42 14 8-0 
92 40 18-0 
151 7 11-0 
80 42 0-7 
30 50 31-7 
84 17 31-7 
57 42 34-7 
108 3-7 
30 51 31-7 
14 17 0-7 
30 48 59-7 
81 54 17-7 
81 50 0-7 
78 37 59-7 
49 51 4-7 
77 31 34-7 
81 46 52-7 
161 53 19-7 
128 58 12-7 
77 59 51-7 
76 20 8-7 
60 40 3-7 

76 20 + 


+ 20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
2.0-00 
20-00 

20-00 

20-00 
19-99 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
20-00 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 

+ 19-99 


2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1 
1 
3 

1 

4 

1 

[4] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

6 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 


vB; vL; vsbM#; biN 


5*f 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 

Of* 

4 

2 
1 
5 
1 

5 

2 
0* 

2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
4 
1 
2 
4 
2 
2 
3 
2 


t 

4 

3 

1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
5 
2 
1 
4 
6 
3 
2 
1 
3 
2 
3 




vF; vL; R; vgvlbM; r 






vF;R 


I. 76 
11. 378 




cB;L;El50 +;sbM; * np 
B; cL; IE; np of 2 






F; st'of 2 




R. nova? 


F;E; 10'nf h. 1202 


II. 63 

11.628 
II. 324 
1.276 


vF; L; E 135+ ;r 




pB; cL; E; gbM... 




F; S 


1210 
1208 

1211 
1212 




pB; pS; vlE; sbM 




eF; #8 n 5' 


II. 85 


M. 100 


f(H,h)pF;vL;K; 1 
!;<? vg, psbMrN 
(_ (L)2-branchedspiralJ 
iB; S; R; psbM 


D'Arrest, 90 


pB;RorlE;bM 


1213 


11.141 
II. 84 
II. 847 


vF; S; R; bM; 1st of 3 




F; S;R;r 


1216 
1214 
1217 
1220 
1215 
1218 
1219 
3388 
1221 
1222 




pF; S; vlE; vgbM 




vF;vS;R;bMN 


II. 806 
III. 942 
II. 142 




pB;S;E;gbM 




eF; E 0+ 




F; pS; R; bM; 2nd of 3 




12 16 16-0 


pF; S; R; *v nr 


H. 406 




12 16. "!! 


vF; pL;iR;biN? 




12 16 23-3 


Cl;pRi;lC;stl2...14 
cB; vS;mE; vsbM 


II. 86 
II. 143 
HI. 95 
III. 96 
III. 94 
III. 31 




12 16 23-7 
12 16 26-6 
12 16 29-8 
12 16 29-8 
12 16 30-1 
12 16 32-7 
12 16 34-7 
12 16 34-8 
12 16 43-1 
12 16 49-2 
12 17 3-3 
12 17 9-0 
12 17 9-3 
12 17 10-3 
12 17 16-6 
12 17 17-0 
12 17 17-6 
12 17 18-5 
12 17 21-3 
12 17 23-3 
12 17 35-0 
12 17 40-3 
12 17 45-8 
12 17 46-2 
12 17 0-1 
12 17 55-9 
12 17 56-9 
12 17 57-6 
12 17 59-0 

12 18 + 




B; pL; R; bM; 3rd of 3 




eF;vS;R 




eF;vS;R 


1223 
1224 
1200,o 
1225 
1226 
3389 




pF; S; E;?D 




vF;pS; R; vglbM; A2st ... 
vF; vmE 


R. nova 


1.210 
II. 625 


vF; S ; mEl 00 + ; vsmbMBN 
F;pL; E70+; vlbM 
Cl; vB; vL; 1C; st 12. ..14... 
vF 




A. 292 


III. 481 
III. 799 
I. 123 
III. 648 
I. 65 
III. 800 
III. 938 
III. 801 
I. 30 
HI. 97 
III. 38 
1.166 
I. 22 
II. 144 


1230 
1228 
1229 
1231 
1233 




cF;cS;lE(?18 m R.A.) 
B; S; *8'9 sf 3' 






cF; pmE 90; vlbM 




vB; L; R; vsmbMn; r 
vF; cS; R; r 






eF; pL; iF 






cF;cS;R 


1232 




cB; pL; vlE; gl, smbM 
eF 








1 

2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1. 
2 


vF; vS 


1234 
1235 
1236 
3390 
3391 
1227 
1237 
1238 

!>1237, 
| 




cB; S; R; mbMN; r 




B;pS; R; gbM 




pF;pS; IE; bM 


A. 67?? 


;pF; L; R;stl2...l6 .. 
pB; S; R; pgvmbM 


II. 64 




cF; cS; IE 


M. 84 


vB; pL; R; psbM; r 


II. 379 


F; S; R; bM; #nf90" 

" Twelve knots exam." (see 
h. 1237, 1244, 1250). 


R. 9 novae 



OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue. 


References to 


Rii;lit 
InaMJon 

for 
1SI10, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Preoe>.-i"n 
in 
Right 

for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


>"orlh Polar 
Dixtance 
lor 
l-i in, Jan. (1. 


Annual 
You - 
in 
N.P.D. 
lor 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

IS,'(1. 


Summary Description from a 

t . >iii|):iris<ui ul* all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
Df Obs. 

liV ll. 

in'.l II. 


Sir .F. H.'s 
Catalogues 

nl' Nebulae. 


-ir\V. ll.'s 

Claim 

and ?Si'<. 


Oilier 
Authorities. 


2937 
2938 
2939 
2940 
2941 
2942 
2943 
2944 
"045 


h. 
L 1237, a 

1239 
1240 
1241 


H. 

II. 530 
I. 12 
11.87?? 


H. 9 novae 
(continued) 


h m s 
12 18 + 

12 18 2-6 
12 18 7-3 
12 18 13-0 
12 18 17-0 
12 18 19-0 
12 18 19-5 
12 18 22-3 
12 18 36-7 
12 18 41-2 
12 18 41-2 
12 18 43-3 
12 18 44-3 
12 18 48-4 
12 18 48-5 
12 18 51-3 
12 18 51-3 
12 18 52-0 
12 18 52-0 

12 18 + 

12 19 0-2 
12 19 1-1 
12 19 2-5 
12 19 2-5 

12 19 2-6 

12 19 3-4 
12 19 5-0 
12 19 11-1 
12 19 14-6 
12 19 17-0 
12 19 26-2 
12 19 29-4 
12 19 30-1 
12 19 32-4 
12 19 37-2 

12 19 44-6 

12 19 49-3 
12 19 50-7 
12 19 56-1 
12 19 59-7 
12 19 59-8 
12 20 1-6 
12 20 5-0 
12 20 8-2 
12 20 16-0 
12 20 19-4 
12 20 20-7 
12 20 22-2 
12 20 25-0 
12 20 26-1 
12 20 33-7 
12 20 + 
12 20 35-2 
12 20 36-7 
12 20 + 


a 
+ 3-045 

3-060 
3-041 
3-039 
3-051 
2-940 
3-033 
2-910 
2-609 
3-045 
2-950 
3-039 
2-819 
2-951 
3-010 
3-044 
3-044 
3-032 
2-993 

2-993 

3-044 
2-993 
3-086 
3-086 
3-041 

3-037 
3-050 
3-044 
3-052 
3-065 
3-063 
2-997 
3-053 
3-044 
3-054 

3-072 

3-038 
3-065 
3-052 
3-083 
3-037 
3-058 
3-043 
3-044 
3-088 
3-057 
3-046 
3-043 
3-053 
3-089 
3-041 
3-041 
3-043 
3-041 
+ 3-041 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1: 
1 


O / // 

76 20 + 

83 29 59-7 
74 27 43-7 
73 35 30-7 
79 13 0-4 
40 23 59-4 
71 2 10-4 
34 43 1-4 
13 42 3-4 
7t> 34 33-4 
43 32 16-4 
73 41 59-4 
24 17 14-4 
43 25 20-4 
61 39 49-4 
76 29 1-4 
76 29 1-4 
71 52-4 
55 40 35-4 

55 40 + 

76 17 9-4 
55 42 28-4 
96 54 29-4 
96 54 29-4 
76 6 32-4 

73 3 10-4 

78 42 59-7 
76 34 59-4 
80 12 44-4 
86 43 59-4 
85 15 53-4 
57 30 19-4 
80 47 0-4 
76 39 31-4 
81 18 20-1 

90 6 39-1 

74 10 51-1 
86 43 44-1 
79 37 0-7 
95 3 10-1 
73 45 10-1 
83 20 42-1 
76 30 10-1 
76 55 44-1 
97 24 14-1 
82 58 0-1 
78 7 49-1 
76 53 54-1 
81 59-1 
97 30 49-1 
76 9 14-1 
76 9 + 


II 

+ 19-99 

19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 

19-98 

19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
1998 

19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-98 
19-97 

19-97 

19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
19-97 
+ 19-97 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

2 
1 
3 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 


' TwelvR knots exam." (see 
h. 1237, 1244, 1250). 

!; S 




1 

4 
2 
1 
1 
3 
3 
4 
1 

st 

1* 
3 

2 

2 



2 
3 
3t 


5* 

3t 

1 
1 


2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
6 

st 

1 

o 

1 

3* 

3 

4 
1 
5 
5 
3 
3 
2 
1 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
0* 
2 
5 
0* 




B; S; It; smbM 




>S- R- psbMN 




vF; pL; R;lbM 


11.743 




F; S 


-'946 


1 J4 .' 
1243 
1247 
1244 
1245 


M. 85 


vB; pL; R; bM; * np 


2947 
2948 
2949 
2950 
2951 
2952 
2953 
2954 
2955 
2956 
2957 
2958 
2959 
2960 
2961 
-'90-' 
2963 
2964 
2965 

2966 
2967 
2968 
2969 
2970 
2971 
2972 
2973 
2974 
2975 

2976 

2977 
2978 
2979 
2980 
2981 
2982 
2983 
2984 


III. H7:i 

1.277 


cF; S;iR 




B; cL; 1C; psmbM 




vF; E; p of 2 


II. 749 
II. 87 
III. 852 
111.729 
III. 361 
11.167 
II. 168 
II. 55 
V. 29-1 




pB; pL; IE; vglbM 




S;bM; r ., 


1248 
1249 
1246 
1250 
1250 
1251 
1252 

1 1252,a 

1253 
1252 




cF; S; R; sbM; J sp 




cF; S; R; vgbM 




vF;vL;iF;B*p 




Northern of 2; no description 
Southern of 2; E 




1: 
2 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
A 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 

i 

3 




pB; IE; bM 




eF; vL; np of D neb 


R. 2 novas 
M. 86 






1 

2 
1 
1 
A 

1 
1 

1:: 
1 

1 

2 
2 
1 

1 
1 

2 

1 

2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

1 
3 


vB;L; R;gbMN;r 


V. 29-2 
III. 755 
III. 756 

11. 88 
III. 39 


vF; vL; pvlbM ; sf of D neb 
vF;vS-E 








vF- vS- E 


1254 


Auw. N. 30 


F; L; mE 90 (Auwers 
Mar. 5, 1862). 
pF- S- R; vsbM; r 




vF; B* nr 


1255 
1256 




f of 2 neb 






eF- vL- R; gbM 


III. 17 
II. 34 

I. 77 
III. 482 
II. 169 




vF; pS; r 


1257 
1258 




F- pL; R; gbM; r 




vB; L; E; g, vsmbM* 
eF 




1259 
1260 

1261 

1262 
1263 




cF; S;gbM; 2st n, np 
vF- L- R- *sp 5' 




HI. 492 

11.113 
II. 23 
II. 155 
IIL114 
II. 89 
IL 145 
11.170 
11.171 




/H. vF;cL;raE 1 




\h. F; S; R; * nr / 
B- pmE 135+; sbM 




F;pL;lE;r:(? = III. 17).. 
F- pL- E- Ibp 




1265 
1264 
1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1270 
1271 
1272 

1273 
1274 
1274,a 
1276 
1275 
1275, a 




F; vS; R; psbM; 2S st nr .. 
pB; pL; pgbM; B* np 
vF-vS-E 








pF; S; R; bM 




vF- vS- cE- gbM 


2985 
2986 
2987 
-->!>*> 
298S 
2990 
2991 
2992 
2993 
2994 
2995 






II. 146 
II. 65 
II. 172 
II. 497 




cF- L- R; gbM .. .. 




B; L;cE; psbM; *10nf .. 
cF- S; gbM 






pF- vS 




pF; pL; IE 


I. 28, 1 

11.173 

I. 28, 2 




vB- cL- R- p of 2 


R. nova 


See note 


76 55 49-1 
76 13 17-1 
76 13 + 


B- pS- R- bM- r 




B- cL; vlE; r; f of 2 . 


R. nova 


See note 





o 2 



100 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 




References 


to 


Right 


Annual 

Precession 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


Cata- 
ogue. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


in 
N.P.D. 
for 

1880. 


of 

Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
an'd H. 


2996 


h. 

1277 


II. 




h m s 
12 20 39'3 


8 
+ 3-070 


1 


89 5 41-1 


+ 19-97 


1 


F; eE 75- #10 nf- place 


1 


2997 


3392 




A. 300 ? 


12 20 45-1 


3-287 


1 


149 19 6-8 


19-96 


1 


that of #). 
Cl; S; st 11. ..12 


1 


2998 




11.848 




12 20 48-0 


2-795 


1 


24 25 19-8 


19-96 


1 


F; S; iR- bM 


2 


2999 


1279 


II. 156 




12 20 58-0 


3-048 


1 


79 24 53-8 


19'96 


1 


vb; pL; R; SIllbM 


2* 


3000 


3393 






12 21 7-5 


3-191 


1 


132 29 6-8 


19-96 


1 


eF- L- R- vgbM 


1 


3001 


1280 


I. 91 




12 21 15-0 


2-999 


3 


60 36 32-8 


19-96 


4 


B; L; E90- sbM 


6 


3002 


1281 


1.213 




12 21 17-5 


2'944 


4 


45 8 8-8 


19-96 


4 


vB; cL- mE 15- rrr- #95' 


5 


3003 


1282 


ru. 56 


\ 


12 21 24-9 


3-030 


6 


72 8 33-8 


19-96 


7 


B - L * R - evmbM* r- B # nr 


10* 


3004 


1283 


In. 90 

II. 26 


I 


12 21 39-0 


3-055 


1 


82 42 49-8 


19-36 


1 


F- pS- bM- r 


2 


3005 


1284 


II. 180 




12 21 40-2 


3-075 


1 


91 10 10-8 


19-96 


1 


F- L- R- gbM- er 


5 


3006 


1285 


II. 355 




12 21 41-6 


3-014 


9, 


66 24 25-8 


19-96 


8 


F; L; E; gbM; 2Bstnf 


3 


3007 


3394 






12 21 43-2 


3-147 


1 


119 19 41-8 


19'96 


1 


eeF; vS- * 13 att 


1 


3008 




I. 23 




12 21 49-1 


3-043 


9, 


77 32 29-8 


19-96 


9, 


pB; S; vmE 


2* 


3009 


1286 


II. 35 




12 21 50-2 


3-063 


3 


85 39 10-8 


19-96 


3 


cB; pS; R; smbMN 


5 


3010 


128? 


II. 121 




12 21 51-6 


3-039 


1 


75 59 6-8 


19-96 


1 


pB; S; R; bM; p of 2 


2 


3011 


1289 


ri. 212 


\ 


12 21 52-8 


2-936 


1 


44 20 29-8 


19-96 


1 


B; pL; E 45+ ; psbM 


4* 


3012 


1288 


\JI. 750 

1.161 


J 


12 21 54-1 


3-037 


9. 


75 14 55-5 


19-95 


2 


pB; pL; iR- bM- r-* 8sf2' 


3 


3013 


1290 


ru. 122 


I . 


12 21 57-1 


3-039 


1 


76 1 41-5 


19-95 


2 


pF;S; R;bM; f of 2 


4* 


3014 


3396 


\II. 174 
III. 764 


J 


12 22 2-0 


3-128 


9 


112 23 40-5 


19-95 


2 


pB; pS; E 130; vbM 


3 


3015 


3395 






12 22 3-2 


3-350 


l 


154 1 1-5 


19-95 


1 


Cl; P; vlC 


1 


3016 


1291 






12 22 4-3 


2-778 


l 


24 25 41-5 


19-95 


1 


pB; R; gbM 


1 


3017 




II. 630 




12 22 15-1 


3-037 


1 


75 15 58-5 


19-95 


1 


cL 


1 


3018 


1292 


III. 483 




12 22 15-4 


3-051 


l 


81 4 3-5 


19-95 


1 


F; vS; R;pebM... 


2 


3019 




11.157 




12 22 25-8 


3-049 


1 


80 23 58-5 


19-95 


1 


pF; pL; mE; bM; r 


1 


3020 


1293 


ni. is 


\ 


12 22 30-4 


3-049 


2 


81 24 5-5 


19-95 


9, 


F;pL;iR;bM 


6 


3021 


1294 


\II. 498 


J 

M. 49 


12 22 39-3 


3-051 


4 


81 13 44-5 


19-95 


5 


vB;L; /?'^1; mbM.. 


fi 


3022 
3023 


J> 1294,o 




R. 3 novse 


12 22 + 


3-051 




81 13 + 


19-95 




' \h. R J ' 
" Four found " (one being 





3024 
3025 


J 


II. 115 




12 22 43-3 


3-016 


2 


75 36 0-5 


19-95 


2 


h. 1294). 
vB; cL 





3026 


1295 


fll. 117 

j 


\ 


12 22 48-2 


3-036 


1 


75 9 20-5 


19-95 


1 


pF- R; r .. 


3* 


3027 


1297 


I II. 629 
III. 362 


J 


12 22 48-7 


2-998 


1 


61 58 28-5 


19 r 95 


2 


eF;pL; R 


5 


3028 


1296 


II. 123 




12 22 51-8 


3-040 


2 


76 54 3-5 


19-95 


2 


F; S; R; bM; 1st of 3 


3 


3029 




11 116 




12 22 58-9 


3-037 


2 


75 39 0'5 


19-95 


2 


pB;pL... 


2* 


.3030 




II. 114 




12 23 1-6 


3-037 


2 


75 48 33-5 


19-95 


2 


vF; r 


2 


3031 


1298 


II. 124 




12 23 11-1 


3-040 


4 


76 54 41-2 


19-94 


5 


pB; S; R; psbM; 2nd of 3... 


7 


3032 


1299 


II 531 




12 23 17'7 


3-060 


1 


84 58 43-2 


19-94 


1 


pF ; pS ; E ; bs 


3 


3033 




III. 40 




12 23 33-4 


3-043 


3 


78 28 58-2 


19-94 


3 


eF; pL 


1 


3034 


1300 






12 23 37-1 


3-100 


1 


100 51 52-2 


19-94 


1 


pF; S; R;gbM 


1 


3035 


1301 




M. 87 


12 23 44-0 


3-039 


4 


76 50 39-2 


19-94 


4 


vB; vL; R; mbM 


7 


3036 




11.776 




12 23 44-2 


3-091 




97 18 28-2 


19-94 


1 


F; vL; er 


1 


3037 


1302 


111. 484 




12 23 44-6 


3-049 




80 51 38-2 


19-94 


1 


vF; vS;lE 


2 


3038 


1303 


II. 91 




12 23 48-1 


3-027 


3 


72 27 55-2 


19-94 


3 


pF;cS;R;gbM 


4 


3039 


1304 


III. 41 




12 23 50-0 


3-041 




77 45 3-2 


19-94 


1 


F;L; R 


2 


3040 


1305 


11.499 




12 23 53-2 


3-050 




81 9 14-2 


19-94 


1 


pF; pL; vglbM; 2st nr 


2 


3041 


1306 


I. 197 




12 24 17-8 


2-938 




47 36 37-9 


19-93 


1 


B; pS; iR; p of 2 


2f 


3042 


1308 


I. 198 




12 24 23-6 


2-938 




47 39 25-9 


19-93 


1 


vB; vL; mE 130; rr 


2f 


3043 


1307 


I. 83 




12 24 24'3 


2-998 


1 


63 26 55-9 


19-93 


1 


vB; pL; R; vsmbMN 


2* 


3044 


1310 


III. 301 




12 24 26-4 


+ 2-987 


1 


60 5 7-9 


+ 19-93 


2 


pF; cS; R; pslbM 


3 



























OF NEBfL.K AND CLUSTERS OP STARS. 



101 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Rifilit 

for 
1 si ill. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 

in 
Right 

~icm 
for 1880. 


No. 

of 

Ota. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1-1 HI. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 

1880. 


No. 
of 

Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

times 
of Obs. 
by h. 

in'il II. 


i.II.'g 

i ><jues 
of Nebula-. 


<ir \V. K.-i. 
and Nos. 


Otter 

Authorities. 


3045 
3046 
3047 
3048 
3049 
3050 

3051 
3052 
3053 
3054 
3055 
3056 
3057 
3058 
3059 
3060 

3061 
3062 
3063 
3064 
3065 
3066 

3067 
3068 
3069 
3070 
3071 
3072 
3073 
3074 

3075 

3076 
3077 
3078 


h. 
1309 


H. 
II. 36 
III. 42 




h m s 
1 .' : 1 29-8 
12 24 33-4 
1 _ .'1 II)-.' 
12 24 41-5 
12 24 54-5 
12 24 + 

12 24 57-5 
12 24 58-5 
1 ,' M 59-4 
12 25 4-1 
12 25 6-8 
12 25 6-8 
12 25 9-9 
12 25 9-9 
12 25 14-6 
12 25 30 

12 25 33-9 
12 25 45-5 
12 25 50-1 
12 26 3-1 
12 26 3-1 
12 26 3-3 

12 26 4-0 
12 26 20-2 
12 26 23-0 
12 26 24-2 
12 26 26-9 
12 26 32-9 
12 26 38-0 
12 26 53-3 

12 26 56-3 

12 27 0-4 
12 27 2-1 
12 27 2-2 
12 27 7-7 
12 27 8-5 
12 27 10-6 
12 27 11-7 
12 27 13-1 

12 27 14-9 

12 27 19-6 
12 27 32-8 
12 28 6-8 
12 28 12-2 
12 28 13-8 
12 28 15-1 
12 28 15-7 

12 28 17-8 

12 28 22-7 
12 28 23-5 
12 28 24-2 
12 28 32-3 


+ 3-060 
3-040 

2-827 
3-031 
3-031 

3-024 
3-040 
3-025 
3-090 
3-060 
3-034 
3-197 
3-055 
2-974 
3-058 

2-833 
2-748 
2-980 
3-049 
3-029 
3-070 

3-024 
3-046 
2-732 
3-091 
2-741 
3-044 
3-104 
2-975 

3-048 

3-063 
3-037 
3-009 
2-925 
3-047 
3-032 
3-051 
2-952- 

3-024 

3-064 
3-015 
2-860 
3-052 
2-721 
3-071 
2-783 

3-081 

3-026 
2-781 
3-033 
+ 3-033 


3 
1 

2 
1 
3 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 

1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 

3 

2 
3 
1 

4 
1 
2 
1 
2- 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1: 

2 

4 

3 

2 
2 
2 


85 17 47-9 

77 37 57-9 
129 12 18-9 
31 16 14-9 
74 48 26-9 
74 48 - 

72 25 57-9 
78 3 15-9 
72 32 23-9 
96 46 40-6 
85 14 53-6 
75 48 23-6 
129 8 6-6 
83 24 1-6 
57 7 59-6 
84 47 

32 45 54-6 
25 29 50-6 
59 30 52-6 
81 22 31-6 
74 38 42-6 
89 8 56-6 

72 56 23-6 
80 33 36-3 
25 12 55-5 
96 36 57-3 
25 37 18-3 
80 2 47-3 
101 14 26-3 
58 57 57-3 

81 31 57-3 

86 34 26-3 
77 54 52-3 
68 41 56-3 
47 52" 34-0 
81 1 56-0 
76 9 20-0 
82 46 13-0 
53 42 9-0 

73 40 25-0 

87 2 47-0 
71 1 23-0 
38 25 19-7 
83 6 37-7 
25 42 2-7 
89 28 3-7 
30 19 21-7 

93 1 7-7 

74 43 45-7 
30 17 43-7 
77 46-7 
76 58 38-7 


+ 19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-93 

19-93 
19-93 
19-93 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 

19'92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 
19-92 

19-92 
19-91 
19-91 
19-91 
19-91 
19-91 
19-91 
19-91 

19-91 

19-91 
19-91 
19-91 
19-90 
19-90 
19-90 
19-90 
19-90 

19-90 

19-90 
19-90 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 

19-89 

19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
+ 19-89 


3 

1 
2 
1 
3 

1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 

1 
3 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1: 

3 

2 
4 
1 
4 

1 
2 
1 
2 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 : 
2 

4 

3 

2 
3 

2 


F; cL; biN or D neb 


6 

1 
2 
3 

3 

2 
3 

2 
2 
2 

1 
1 


2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
3 

2 
3 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

5* 

4 
5 
2* 
4 
1 
3 
2 
4 

5 

5t 
1 

1 
1 
2 
3 
4 

6 

5 
3 
4 
3 




vF 


3397 
1311 
1312 




vF;L; R; vglbM 


1.234 




B; cS; E; pgbM; #9 f 30".. 
B; vL; vmE; p of D neb 
F; S; f of D neb (not ob- 
by 1,.). 
vF; vS 


M. 88 


11.118 

III. 69 

11. 66 
II. 92 
11.771 
III. 18 
11.631 






1313 
1314 
3398 
1315 
1316 
3399 
1317 
1318 
1196,a 

1319 
1321 
1320 
1322 
ISM 




pB; S; R; gbM 




vF; S 




pB; cL; iE; gvlbM; er 




vF; cL; r; f of 2 




cF; pmE90+ ; gbM; *9f8 s 
pB; S; R; psmbM*l6 








vS; R; sbM*13 






vF;S;R;lbM 




R. nova 


Query R.A.; vF; 1 0's of scar- 
let *. 
pF; vS; iR; vgbM 


III. 834 




pB; S; R;psbM 


III. .-.H.' 




eF; vS; R; bM 




F;S; R;bM 


III. 78 
IV. 5 

II. 93 
11.158 
II. 849 

11. 757 




F; pS; R; r 




cB; vL; vinE95+; B * in 
cont. 
F; vS; bM* 


1324 






F; pL; R; bM; r 






pB- vS- IE; sbMSN 






vF; S; 2 vSst inv 


1326 
1 325 
1327 
1328 

1329< 

1330 
1331 




pB ; S ; pmE ; pgbM ; # 9 in v 
eF;pL;lE; vlbM 










vF; iF; bM 


II. 325 

I. 31 

I. 38 
II. 37 
II. 67 
III. 26 




F-pL;iR;bM 


"I 


vB ; vL ; mE 1 20 + ; psmbM 
L * f ; * 9 p. 
pB; L; pmE60 + ; mbM ... 
P F;cS;R;bM; *9f30' ... 
eF; L 


J 






3079 


1332 


8 Canum 


Nebulous* 


3080 


II. 500 
11.175 
11.147 
11.410 
II. 94 


vL; er 


3081 
3082 
3083 

3084 

3085 
3086 
3087 
3088 
3089 
3090 
3091 

3092 

3093 
3094 
3095 
3096 


1333 
1334 
1336 

1335<| 

1337 
1338 
1341 
1340 
1346 
1342 
1344 

1339 

1345 

1347 
1343 
1349 




F- pL; R; vgbM 




pB; pL; pmE; vgbM; r 
cF; L; IE; vglbM; r 




\ 


F- pS- bM- r 


11.119 
V. 2 


f 


B; vL;mEllO;sbM;er ... 








eF-pL; R 






pF- cS- R; bM 


II. 850 
III. 493 
III. 802 

1.160 

11.120 
III. 807 
I. 36 
I. 37 




F; L- ill; vgbM; S * nf 




eF- S- R; gbM 




vF; pS; E; vgbM; *9f2' 
pof2. 
vB; cL; pmE63+; 
vsmbMN. 
B-L;lE;lbM 








eF- pS; E; fof2 




pB- S- vlE; spof 2 




P BJS;R;bM;nfof2 





102 



SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Rifrht 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 

Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Nortli Polar 
Distance 
for 
18GO, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulas. 


SirW. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


3097 
3098 
3099 
3100 
3101 
3102 
3103 
3104 
3105 
3106 

3107 
3108 

3109 

3110 
3111 
3112 
3113 
3114 
3115 
3116 
3117 
3118 
3119 
3120 

3121 
3122 
5071 
3123 
3124 
3125 
3126 
3127 
3128 

3129 
3130 
3131 
3132 
3133 
3134 
3135 
3136 
3137 
3138 
3139 
3140 
3141 
3142 
3143 
3144 

3145 
3146 
3147 
3148 


h. 
1348 
3400 
1350 
1351 
1352 
1354 
1353 
1355 
1356 
1357 

1360 
f 135 81 

< > 


H. 


M.89 


h m s 
12 28 35-2 
12 28 36-9 
12 28 44-3 
12 28 50-3 
12 28 59-6 
12 29 0-3 
12 29 0-4 
12 29 5-7 
12 29 21-6 
12 29 22-9 

12 29 26-1 
12 29 26-5 

12 29 28-0 

12 29 45-6 
12 29 52-8 
12 29 55-6 
12 29 59-1 
12 30 6-6 
12 30 17-6 
12 30 19-4 
12 30 23-9 
12 30 26-2 
12 30 26-7 
12 30 30-8 

12 30 36-6 
12 30 40-5 
12 31 0-5 
12 31 14-1 
12 31 17 
12 31 18-5 
12 31 45-7 
12 31 53-3 
12 32 5-1 

12 32 6-7 
12 32 8-0 
12 32 26-6 
12 32 44-2 
12 32 49-6 
12 32 50-8 
12 32 53-7 
12 33 11-7 
12 33 13-9 
12 33 14-1 
12 33 23-5 
12 33 26-5 
12 33 31-0 
12 33 42-8 
12 33 53-3 
12 34 10-3 

12 34 13-2 
12 34 16-3 
12 34. 20-3 
12 34 23-9 


+ 3-032 
3-211 
2-983 
2-981 
2-980 
2-980 
3-046 
3-008 
3-034 
2-993 

2-821 
3-035 

3-035 

3-047 
3-028 
2-392 
3-024 
3-241 
3-199 
3-224 
3-051 
3-039 
3-039 
3-025 

3-031 
3-053 

'2-945 
3-02 
3-056 
3-047 
2-369 
3-166 

3-050 
3-072 
3-088 
3-110 
3-016 
3-034 
3-089 
3-040 
3-065 
3-059 
3-242 
3-088 
3-242 
2-689 
3-027 
3-033 

3-463 
3-042 
3-042 
+ 3-043 


1 
1 

2 
1 
3 
1 
1:: 
2 
2 
4 

1 

4 

2 

5 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1? 

3 

1 

2 

[3] 
2 
1:: 
3 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
5 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 

1 
1:: 
1 
3 


76" 40 32-7 
128 39 49-7 
62 42 18-7 
62 18 47-7 
61 16 7-4 
62 16 6-4 
81 33 21-4 
69 54 20-4 
77 47 21-4 
63 14 30-4 

35 1-4 

77 59 26-4 

78 26-4 

81 59 3-1 
76 4 18-1 
14 59 52-8 
74 58 8-1 
132 51 14-1 
124 44 3-1 
129 45 59-1 
83 9 55-8 
79 40 5-8 
79 45 21-8 
75 26 55-8 

77 24 52-8 
83 51 55-8 
89 2 46-5 
55 46 15-8 
76 7 12 
84 54 40-5 
82 25 53-5 
15 2 24-5 
115 58 45-2 

83 12 29-2 
89 16 17-2 
94 34 23-2 
100 50 14-2 
73 56 8-2 
79 2 56-2 
95 2 22-9 
80 51 21-9 
88 51-9 
86 6 33-9 
130 8 57-9 
94 21 50-9 
130 12 2-6 
27 36 49-6 
77 20 9-6 
79 3 58-6 

152 12 8-6 
81 24 51-6 
81 30 51-6 
81 55 10-3 


+ 19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-88 
19-88 
19-88 
19-88 
19-88 
19-88 

19-88 
19-88 

19-88 

19-87 
19-87 
19-86 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-86 
19-86 
19-86 
19-86 

19-86 
19-86 

19-86 
19-85 
19-85 
19-85 
19-85 
19-84 

19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-84 
19-83 
19-83 
19-83 
19-83 
19-83 
19-83 
19-82 
19-82 
19-82 
19-82 

19-82 
19-82 
19-82 
+ 19-81 


4 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 : 
2 
2 
4 

1 
4 

2 

5 

2 

vv 


pB; pS; R;gmbM 


5* 
1 
3 
3 

4t 
1 
2* 
4 
4 
5t 

2 
6*f 

6*f 

9 

2* 
2 
2f 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 

6 
3 

3 

4 
1 

7* 
4 

3 
4 

4 

3f 
5 

7 
1 
2 
1 
3* 
1 
3 
1 
2 
5 
4 

1 

1 
2 
6* 




F; vlE; glbM 


II. 343 

11.380 
I. 92 




B; pS; iR; vsmbM*12 




F;pL 




vE; vL;mE150;gbM;3st( 
vF; nf of2or?3 




1.119 
11.407 
II. 68 
V. 24 

III. 880 
IV. 8 

IV. 9 
I. 32 




cB;pL;R;gbM 




pB;pL; vlE;lbM;r 




pB; S; IE; psbM 




B; eL; eE!36-l; vsbMN 
= *10, 11. 
pF;S;iR;gbM 






vF; L; np of D neb~1 


\_1363j 
f 13591 




! pos 
fl60 + 
vF; L; sfof Dneb J 


L 1363 J 
1361 




cB; pS;mEe+;sbMrN ... 
pL; bMN 


M.90 


1364 
1362 
3401 
3402 
3403 


HI. 939 
III. 602 


eF; S 




vF;L; E; vgbM; cB * att... 
vF; S; * 10n30" 








vF;L;lE; vglbM 






F; S; pmE; 2 st p 


HI. 13 

11. 15 




vF; vS 


1365 
1366 
1367 

1368 
1369 




1 
1 
1? 

3 

1 

2 

[3] 
2 
1 :: 


pF;pS;R;sbMN; * np ... 
F; R; bM (? = II.15+5'P.D.) 
np this place is a F neb ; not 
M. 91. whose existence?. 
B; L; iR; vmbM; r 






M.91?? 
M. 58 




1.124 


pB; L; vgbM 




See No. 5071. 
cF;S;lE;bM 


1370 


III. 495 




D' Arrest, 91 


vF; S; R 


1371 


1.125 
III. 98 
I. 273 


pB; L- E; psbM 




vF;eS 


1374 
3404 

1372 
1373 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 




4 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
5 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 

1 
1:: 

1 
3 


cB; L; IE; pgmbM 


M.68 


; L; eRi; vC; iR; rrr; 
st 12, red. 
vF- cS 


HI. 504 
II. 31 
II. 183 
I. 43 
11.632 
I. 24 
11.636 
III. 105 
III. 509 
H.577 




F; L; E90+; vgbM 




pB;cL; E;sbMN-# 




!; vB; vL; eE92; vsmbMN. 
pF;pL;R;gbM , 






B; pS; R; gmbM; r; 3stf... 
F- vL; bM 








eF- L; R; vlbM 






vF; vS 


1379 
3405 
1380 
3406 
1381 
1382 
1383 

3407 
1384 




F; S; R; 2 st 8 f 




eF; L; R; pslbM; pof2 


11.184 




F- L- E; vglbM 




F; L; R; vgbM; r 


1.254 
HI. 43 
II. 69 

i'.""7 

II. 19 
11.148 




B;L;vmE118-6;glbM ... 
vF; pS; E; 2or3 vSstinv .. 
pB; pL; R; psbM ; r; 
*12npl'. 
Cl;pL;pC;cE;stlO 
vB; vL (no doubt a comet) .. 
F- V L 






A. 272 






pB- S; R; psmbM 







OF NEBULAE AXD CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



103 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Reference* to 


Kifjht 
Ascension 

lor 
ISIJO. Jun.O. 


Ann 
1'rt -cession 
in 
Right 

Ascension 

for 1880. 


Ha 
erf 

Ohs. 
laed. 


North Polar 
DipfeBHH 

for 
1860, Jan. (1. 


Annual 
Freer-- 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary l)esn-i]il ion from a 
l'(ini)uiris<>n of all the 
Observations, Kcniarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

time.-. 

ofObs. 

l,v li. 
ind H. 


Sir J. II. V si,- \V. 11. V 

Catalogue- ('hisses 
of Nehuhe. and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


3149 
3150 
3151 
3152 
3153 
3154 
3155 
3156 
3157 
3158 
3159 
3160 

3161 

3162 

3163 
3164 
3165 

3166 
3167 
3168 
3169 
3170 


li. 
3408 


ir. 




ll 111 8 

i ,' :; 1 44-6 
12 34 46-0 

12 34 48-0 

1 .' ."4 56-3 
12 34 56-5 
12 :!4 56-9 
12 35 3-9 
12 35 3-9 
12 35 7-3 
12 35 8-7 
1 .' .",') 9-8 

12 35 10-4 

12 35 11-3 

12 35 21 
12 35 21-7 
12 35 22-0 

12 35 23-8 
12 35 38-1 
12 35 39-8 
12 35 41-1 
12 35 41-9 

12 35 43-8 
12 35 43 + 

12 35 49-4 
12 35 56-9 
12 36 3-7 
12 36 12-1 

12 36 15-9 
12 36 21-6 
12 36 23-0 

12 36 25-5 
12 36 33-0 
12 36 34-8 
12 36 41-2 
12 36 42-3 
12 36 48-8 
12 36 50-2 
12 36 54-0 
12 36 54-5 
12 37 7-8 
12 37 16-6 
12 37 23-1 
12 37 27-8 
12 37 29-4 
12 37 37-9 
12 3? 42-5 
12 37 46-2 
12 37 58-3 
12 37 59-0 
12 38 12-3 


+ 3-247 
2-815 

2-886 

3-021 
*9S8 

3-026 
3-249 
3-041 
3-059 
2-935 
2-883 

3-095 

3-095 

3-07 
3-055 
2-934 

3-070 
3-015 
2-992 
3-060 
3-055 

3-026 

3-019 
3-043 
3-072 
3-062 

2-754 
3-262 
2-756 

3-025 
2-258 
3-025 
3-256 
3-005 
2-698 
3-072 
3-018 
2-876 
2-929 
2-929 
3-109 
3-016 
3-025 
3-264 
2-898 
3-057 
3-057 
3-072 
+ 3-023 


1 
2 

4 

1 
3 
3 

1 
1 

1 

1 
2 

2 

2 

c l ] 

2 

1 

2 
2 
2 

1 

I:: 

l 
1 
2 
1 

1 
1 

1 

4 
4 
5 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
Is: 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 


129 54 10-3 
38 48 50-3 

48 4 47-3 

76 17 9-3 
54 9 54-3 
77 34 1-3 
129 58 30-3 
81 33 55-3 
86 10 20-3 
56 39 40-3 
47 56 36-3 

96 16 10-3 

96 11 25-3 

91 2 12 
85 16 24-0 
56 41 21-0 

89 18 56-0 
74 55 47-0 
69 17 27-0 
86 32 30-0 
85 32 15-0 

77 49 6-0 

77 49 + 

75 58 44-0 
81 53 10-3 
89 53 20-7 
87 14 46-7 

34 4 23-7 
130 58 46-7 
34 22 23-7 

77 39 25-7 
14 48 37-7 
77 40 38-4 
129 57 35-4 
72 50 28-4 
30 16 19-4 
89 47 49-4 
76 7 8-4 
48 12 25-4 
57 3 48-4 
57 1 24- 
99 18 53- 
75 43 35- 
78 2 34- 
130 19 53- 
52 5 58-1 
86 49-1 
86 11 14-8 
89 41 29-8 
77 47 31-8 


+ 19-81 
19-81 

19-81 

19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 

19-81 

19-81 

19-80 
19-80 
19'80 

19-80 
19-80 
19-80 
19-80 
19-80 

19-80 

19-80 
19-79 
19-79 
19-79 

19-79 
19-79 
19-79 

19-79 
19-79 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
19-77 
19-77 
19-77 
19-77 
19-77 
19-77 
19-77 
19-76 
19-76 
+ 19'76 


1 

2 
4 

1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

2 

2 

[1] 

1 

2 

1 

2 
2 
2 
1 

1 

1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 

3 
5 

6 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
3 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 


eF; vS; R; *attnf; pof2... 
pF; S; iR; er . . 


1 
2 

*t 
1 
5 
5 
1 
5 
1 
2 
3 

4 

4 


3 
3t 

4 
3 

2 
4 
1* 

3 

2 
1 
2 
5 

1* 

1 
2* 

6*f 
8 

t 
1 
6 

1 
1 
4 
3 
6*t 
6*f 
2 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
4 
1 


11.744 

1.178 
1.179 


.. 


| i :;*.-. | 

1387 
1388 
1386 
3409 
1389 
1390 
1391 
1392 
ri393"| 

\341flJ 
J13941 


} 


/B;L; R; mbMl Dncb; 


J 


vF; S; R; vpbM 


11.411 




F- pS- R- IbM; * 8-9 f ... 


M. 59 


B; pL; IE; vsvmbM; 2stp.. 
pF- S; R; pslbM; fof2 




II.14& 




cF;pL; E; pslbM; r 




B; E 


11.659 
II. 660 

II. 772 
II. 773 




F; S; R; np of 2 




pF; S; R 




vF; cS: IE: glbM . 




cF; S; E; gbM 


13411 J 


D'Arrest, 92 


pB; pL; E- IbM- ?biN . .. 


1395 
1397 

1396 
1398 
1400 
1399 
1401 

1402< 
1402, 
1403 


II. 532 
V, 42 

I. 14 
III. 603 


cF;S;R;lbM 




!; vB; vL; eE70+; bMN 
B*nr. 
pB; L; E45+ 






vF; L; mE135+; vgbM .. 
vF- L- vglbM 




II. 38 




B; L; iR; vgvmbM; r 
vB; cS; R; smbM 




3171 
3172 

3173 
3174 
317* 


II. 70 


R. nova 


F- R- gbM 


II. 176 


Makes a D or biN neb with 
h. 1402. 
pB; S; E;r; *12sfl' 
vS 


11.125 
II. 20 
III. 494 
I. 10 

II. 794 

No. 1 








vF; cS; E 


3176 
3177 
31 7 


1402 
1406 j 

3412 
1407 | 

1405 
1410 
1408 
3413 
1409 
1413 




cB- pS- IE; mbM 


} 


vF; S;R;gbM 


J 


pB; S: psbM . 


3179 

3180 
3181 


II. 794 
No. 2 
III. 44 
1.274 


I. . 




J 


vF; pL; IE 1 15; npofDneb 
P B;cS; R; gbM; *p 
vB; pL; R; fofDneb 
vF; R; bM; r 




3182 
3183 
3184 
3185 
3186 
3187 
3188 
3189 
3190 
3191 
3192 
3193 
3194 
3195 
3196 
3197 
3198 
3199 


M.60 




II. 12 




cB; L; E 90; gbM; r 
P F;pL;gbM; 2Bstf 




III. 662 
11.126 
11.661 
1.176 
1.177 
11.558 
11.127 
II. 71 




1411 
1412 
1414 
1415 
3414 
1416 
1417 
3415 
1418 

1419 
1420 
1421 




F; vL; pmE; ?D; 3 st nr .. 
vF; vS; stellar; *15, 16 f .. 
!; pB; L; vmE34-3; spof2 
' pF; L; E90 + ; nfof 2 ... 










vF; L; E; *l6att; *9p ... 
F-cS;R;bM;r 






vB- S- vsvmbMN 




F- nL- R- gbM . 


11.643 
II. 39 
1.142 
I. 15 




nF- oL- R' sbM r 




pB; 2 S stin M; S*p 
B;pL; iR; mbM; *10sp... 
B; vL; mE45+; psbM ... 
B S R psbM 















104 



SIE J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
iml II. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulse. 


;SirW. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos 


Other 
Authorities. 


3200 
3201 
3202 
3203 
3204 
3205 
3206 
3207 
3208 
3209 
3210 
3211 
3212 
3213 
3214 
3215 
3216 
3217 
3218 


h. 


H. 
III. 663 
III. 328 
11.774 




h m s 
12 38 15-2 
12 38 23-9 
12 38 32-4 
12 38 36-0 
12 38 43-7 
12 38 47-3 
12 39 11-1 
12 39 17-7 
12 39 18-0 
12 39 36-0 
12 39 36-4 
12 39 45-5 
12 39 58-2 
12 40 2-9 
12 40 6-3 
12 40 13-3 
12 40 16-6 
12 40 39-3 
12 40 43-4 
12 40 44-5 
12 40 48-3 
12 40 58-2 
12 41 2-8 
12 41 5-5 
12 41 9-5 
12 41 11-2 
12 41 12-2 
12 41 21-8 

12 41 28-1 
12 41 46-4 

12 41 49-6 

12 42 2-1 
12 42 5-8 
12 42 8-9 
12 42 15-5 
12 42 19-7 
12 42 22-8 
12 42 26-6 
12 42 29-3 
12 42 35-9 
12 42 39-1 
12 42 39-4 
12 42 40-1 
12 42 51-5 
12 43 1-6 
12 43 19-9 
12 43 22-9 
12 43 26 
12 43 26-4 
12 43 32-0 
12 43 34-1 
12 43 37-5 
12 43 38-8 
12 43 38-8 
12 43 45-4 


+ 3-072 

2-952 
3-098 
3-273 
2-9ol 
3-104 
2-733 
2-928 
3-274 
3-263 
3-118 
3-291 
3-111 
3-279 
3-081 
2-984 
2-728 
2-897 
3-051 
3-010 
3-076 
3-081 
2-943 
2-332 
2-731 
3-021 
3-282 
3-094 

3-032 
3-107 

3-119 

3-054 
3-109 
2-842 
3-288 
2-753 
3-118 
3-289 
3-092 
2-95 
3-000 
2-948 
2-888 
3-045 
3-130 
3-093 
2-900 
2-92 
3-088 
2-945 
3-135 
3-135 
3-293 
3-293 
+ 3-098 


1 
3 
1 
1 

1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
6 
1 
2 

6 

2 

2 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
1:: 
1 


89 46 47-8 
62 6 37-8 
96 18 3-8 
130 56 55-5 
62 10 24-5 
97 52 44-5 
34 28 43-5 
58 30 6-2 
130 49 55-2 
128 48 5-2 
100 52 34-2 
132 34 50-2 
99 17 29-9 
130 47 24-9 
91 58 8-9 
69 46 52-9 
34 41 11-9 
53 52 53-6 
84 53 57-6 
75 28 34-6 
90 55 44-6 
92 33 48-6 
62 41-6 
18 3 44-6 
34 51 21-6 
78 14 47-6 
130 32 29-3 
95 2 2-3 

80 44 53-3 
97 54 3-3 

100 38 16-3 

85 50 43-0 
98 21 44-0 
47 18 39-0 
130 31 49-0 
38 2 43 
100 20 43-7 
130 36 13-7 
94 26 6-7 
63 45 13-4 
74 4 17-7 
63 45 43-7 
53 54 17-7 
83 55 22-7 
102 33 51-7 
94 30 56-4 
56 4 35-4 
60 23 + 
93 23 9-4 
63 44 13-4 
103 34 27-1 
103 34 5/-1 
130 19 50-1 
130 19 50-1 
95 38 6-1 


+ 19-76 
19-76 
19-76 
19-75 
19-75 
19-75 
19-75 
19-74 
19-74 
19-74 
19-74 
19-74 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-72 
19-71 
19-71 

19-71 
19-71 

19-71 

19-70 
19-70 
19-70 
19-70 
19-70 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-69 
19-68 
19-68 
19-68 
19-68 
19-68 
19-67 
19-67 
19-67 
19-67 
+ 19-67 


1 

4 
1 

1 

2 
1 
2 

1 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
6 
1 
2 

6 

2 

2 

1 
2 
2 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
4 

2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
1:: 
1 


vF; S; iF 


1 

6 
3 

1 
4 
1 

2* 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
5* 
4 
3* 
1 
3 
5 
1 
5 
4 
1 
3* 
7 
1 
5 

6* 
3 

4 

1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 


1 
4 
6 
3 

1 
2 

2 
2 t 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 


1422 
1423 
3416 
1424 
3417 




pF;cS; R; bM; r; pof2 ... 
pF; S; R; psmbM 






eF; S; R; vgbM 


III. 329 




F; vS; R;sbM*10; fof2... 
vF; cS; R; glbM 




III. 778 
11. 326 




cF; S;1E 


1425 
3418 
3419 
3420 
3421 
3423 
3422 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1430 
1429 
1431 




vF; pmE; ?biN 




eF; IE; vgbM 






eeF; pL; R 






eF; S; 1 or2stinv 






pF; S; R; gbM 


III. 523 




cF; L; E 45+; gvlbM 




eF;pS; R; vgbM ; S * sp ... 
B; pL; pmE 25 


11.181 
III. 398 
II. 795 






F; S; R;sbM*; rr 




pF; vS; vmE; vsmbM 




vF;vS;R;psbM 


III. 543 
II. 128 
111.664 
II. 182 
11.381 
III. 906 
II. 796 
II. 72 




eF; pL; *9-10plO s 


3219 




pB; vL; E; vglbM; r 


3220 
3221 
3222 
3223 
3224 
3225 
3226 
3227 

3228 
3229 

3230 

3231 

3232 




vF;S 


1432 
1433 




pB; pL; E 90+ ; mbM 




F;cS;R; bM 




vF;pL; E 


1435 
1434 

3424 
1436 




cF;pS; vlE; mbMN 




pF;S; vlE 


A. 510? 


pB; L; R; gbM; r 


I. 39 
I. 8 

III. 6 
I. 129 

III. 524 

11.578 
III. 514 
II. 662 


vB; L;lE45+;MiibMrN .. 
cB; pL; iR; bM; r 


1 


ri437| 
\ 3425 J 

russT 


' 


vB; R; vmbMrN; r 




F; L; mE40; vlbM; B*p ... 
F;S 


\3426j 








eF; cS; pmE 


3233 
3234 


1439 

3427 




cF; S; R;gbM 




vF; vS; R; psbM 


3235 
3236 
3237 
3238 
3239 
3240 
3241 
3242 
3243 
3244 
3245 
3246 
3247 
3248 
3249 


III. 815 

III. 722 




S; stellar 






eF; S 


3428 
1440 
1451, a 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1448 
1475, a 
1447 
1451 
1449 
1450 
3430 
3431 
1452 


A. 511 


pB; cS; R; gbM 


III. 610 


cF; pL; IE 


R. nova 


E 


II. 95 


cB; pL; vmE28-5; sbMN.. 
vF; pL 




11.412 

1.140 
III. 536 




F; S; E;glbM;er 




pB; L; vlE;glbM 




F;pS; R;gbM 




eF; vS; bet 2st 


III. 424 




vF; stellar 


R. nova 


E;bMN 


III.611 

I. 84 
HI. 280 
II. 298 


eF; S; bM 




vB; vL; E; vg, vsvmbMeBN 
F; vS;R; stellar; npof2 ... 
F;pL; R; IbM; sf oi 2 
neb; 1st of 3 


3250 
3251 
3252 
3253 
3254 












2nd of 3 


I. 41 




vF; pL; E . 







OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 



105 



No. 
of 
I'ata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

time* 
if Obs. 
byh. 
in'd H. 


Sir 3. H.'B 
Catalogues 
of Nebular. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


3255 
3256 

3257 
3258 
3259 
3260 
3261 
3262 
3263 
3264 
3265 
3266 
3267 
3268 
3269 
3270 
3271 
3272 
32/3 

3274 

3275 
3276 

:i->77 

3278 

ji-';;! 

3280 
3281 
3282 
3283 
3284 
3285 
:!286 

;3287 

3288 
3289 
3290 
:(29l 
3292 
3293 
3294 
3295 
3296 
3297 
3298 
3299 
3300 
3301 
3302 
3303 
3304 
3305 
3306 
3307 
3308 
330S 
3310 

3311 


h. 

1453 

1454 
1456 
1457 
1455 
1458 
3432 
3429 
3433 
1460 


H. 
11.814 

II. 73 




h TII s 
12 43 53-8 

12 44 3-4 

12 44 5-1 
12 44 17-2 
12 44 18-7 
12 44 20-7 
12 44 30-1 
12 44 30-5 
12 44 31-3 
12 44 37-2 
12 44 52-3 
12 44 54-5 
12 44 55-1 
12 44 55-5 
12 45 0-0 
12 45 0-2 
12 45 6-7 
12 45 10-2 
12 45 11-6 

12 45 15-0 

12 45 22-2 
12 45 35-3 
12 45 46-1 
12 45 53-4 
12 45 55-7 
12 46 6-4 
12 46 11-3 
12 46 12-7 
12 46 13-2 
12 46 22-4 
12 46 22-4 
12 46 26-5 
12 46 29-7 
12 46 46-5 
12 46 47-5 
12 46 47-5 
12 46 48-1 
12 47 4-9 
12 47 15-1 
12 47 16-1 
12 47 16-9 
12 47 17-2 
12 47 21-4 
12 47 29-9 
12 47 31-8 
12 47 54-0 
12 47 55-2 
12 47 59-1 
12 48 6-7 
12 48 7-8 
12 48 9-1 
12 48 26-6 
12 48 33-9 
12 48 39-2 

!2 48 45 
12 48 53-4 


+ 2-720 
3-019 

3-047 
2-838 
2-890 
3-108 
2-776 
3-118 
3-300 
3-297 
3-012 
2-940 
3-132 
2-244 
2-95 
2-175 
3-313 
3-005 
3-0/5 

3-015 

3-533 
3-143 
2-992 
3-01 5 
3-152 
3-048 
3-295 
3-115 
3-063 
3-111 
3-058 
2-862 
3-101 
3-114 
3-112 
3-114 
3-020 
3-120 
3-131 
3-131 
3-121 
3-384 
3-102 
2-925 
3-120 
2-911 
3-132 
3-029 
2-921 
3-054 
2-765 
2-683 
3-136 
3-230 

3-05 
+ 3-047 


1 
4 

1 
5 

1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

5 

2 
1: 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1: 


/ // 

36 20 41-1 
78 19 45-1 

84 23 15-1 
48 6 31*8 
55 5 14-8 
97 39 9-8 
41 33 55-8 
99 41 33-8 
130 37 52-8 
130 18 42-8 
77 9 54-5 
63 28 40-5 
102 38 47-5 
17 36 39-8 
63 23 0-t 
16 21 38-5 
131 54 2/-5 
75 44 40-5 
90 26 26-5 

77 55 36-5 

149 35 20-2 
104 38 49-2 
73 23 18-2 
78 38-2 
106 13 39-9 
84 46 58-9 
128 58 3-9 
98 45 39-9 
87 58 25-9 
97 54 38-9 
87 3 50-9 
52 25 5-9 
95 51 34-9 
98 26 38-6 
98 1 38'6 
98 26 17-6 
79 31 37-0 
99 46 38-3 
101 49 8-3 
101 50 8-3 
99 51 38-3 
137 58 54-3 
96 6 8-3 
62 9 58-3 
99 28 38-3 
60 17 53-0 
101 52 8-0 
81 10 55-0 
61 49 20-0 
86 20 18-0 
42 43 7-0 
36 8 27-7 
102 17 37-7 
118 45 0*7 

86 42 + 
84 56 47-4 


+ 19-67 
19-67 

19-67 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-65 
19-65 
19-65 
19-66 
19-65 
19-65 
19-65 
19-65 
19-65 

19-65 

19-64 
19-64 
19-64 
19-64 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-63 
19-62 
19-62 
19-62 
19-60 
19-61 
19-61 
19-61 
19-61 
19-61 
19-61 
19-61 
19-61 
19-60 
19-60 
19-60 
19-60 
19-60 
I960 
19-59 
19-59 
19-59 

19-58 
19-58 


1 
5 

1 
5 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

1 

5 

3 
1:: 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1:: 


F; S; vsmbM 


1 

6* 

l 
10f 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
1 
1 
5 

7 

3t 

2 
4 

6t 
j 

2 

3 
1 

2 
1 
5 

2 
3 

2 
1 

1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
4 
2 
7 
3 
2 
5 
2 
1 
1 


3 




EF: P L: {raE90'} r: * 12 P- 
vF;vS;R 






M. 94 


vB; L; ill; vsvmbMBN; r... 
eF; vS; pmE 


III. 496 
III. 515 
III. 721 
I. 133 




F; pL; IE; pelbM .. 




vF; S; R;psbM 




cB; vS; vbMN=*9; *10sf 
F; R;gbM 








F;L;E;gbM;3rdof3 






pB; mE; r 


II. 344 

III. 537 
III.907 




F;pL;lE 


1459 




F; vS; iR; gbM 




vF;cL;E!35+ 


1451, b 
1463 
3434 


It. nova 


E0 


IV. 78 


pB; L; R; vg, vsbM 




B; pS; R ; vg, vgtnbM 


III. 82 
I. 16 
I. 25 

II.~74 




vF; S; E; r 


1461 
1462^ 

3435 
1464 
1465 
1466 




cB;L; vlE; vglbM 


\. 301 


B; pL; R; psbM; p of 2 


CI; vL;stvB (k-Crucis) 
vF; pS;r 


III. 281 
III. 70 
II. 75 
III. 489 
111.544 




vF; pL;E? 




pB; vmE34-0;3Bsts;fof2 
vF; S;)bM 




1467 
3436 




F;cS; R;gbM 




B; pS; IE; mbM 


III. 525 
II. 535 
III. 516 
II. 24 
III. 618 
11.186 
II. 559 
III. 517 




Fi ^ 
; VO 


1468 




F; pL; mE; #9 p 90 




vF; S 


1469 
1471 
1470 
3437 




pF;pS;R;mbM 




eF;cS;R;bM 




F; cL; R; vglbM; r 




F; S;R; vlbM; pof D neb.. 
vF; S 




3438 

1472 




vF;S; R; vlbM; f of D neb 
vF;pL; R; r 


III. 106 
I. 134 
1.135 
1.136 
III. 526 






cB; vL; mE 






pF; pS; R; mbM; pofDncl 
pF; pS; R; mbM; f of Duel 
eF; eS 










3439 




vF; S; R; glbM 


11. 187 
II. 345 
II. 560 
I. 93 
II. 538 
II. 21 
11.382 
III. 548 
1.211 
III. 816 
IV. 40 




pB; pS; mbM; r 


1473 




F; R; *9 att 1'n 




pF; pS; iR 


1475 




pB; pS; IE; *8nf 1' 




vF; S; 2 orSst near 


1474 
1477 
1476 
1478 
1479 

3440 
| 1509, a 

1480 




pF; pL; R; bM; r 




!pF; pS: gbM .. 




cF; S; vS* att 




pB; cS; R; psbM; #14 p ... 
eF;S;lE 






SjatttopB* 




F- cS- R- gvlbM 


I. 141 


R. 2 novae 


{F; D neli; Eat right anglo 
to each other. 

fll.vBl r v,i-o , 
(h. pF j:cL;El3o ... 





MDCCCLXIV. 



106 



SIE J. P. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 
Eight 


Annual 
Precession 
in 

Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
aadH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula 1 . 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other for 
Authorities. I860, Jan. 0. 


3312 
3313 
3314 
3315 
3316 
3317 

3318 

3319 
3320 
3321 

3322 
3323 
3324 


h. 
3441 
3442 
1481 
1483 
1482 
3443 

nufi 


11. 


ll 111 S 

12 49 6-0 


+ 3-326 
3-326 
2-915 
2-590 
3-104 
3-680 

3-112 

2-917 
3-140 
2-951 

3-220 
3-321 
2-917 
3-899 
2-680 
3-375 
2-725 
3-138 
3-060 
2-906 
3-087 
2-912 
2-837 
3-571 
2-908 
3-151 
3-152 
2-172 
2-852 
2-832 
2-990 

2-903 
2-903 
3-102 
3-102 
2-902 
2-999 
3-106 
3-102 
2-901 
3-094 
2-908 
2-900 
3-147 
3-055 
2-724 
3-150 
3-257 
3-257 
3-069 
3-361 
3-060 
2-899 
2-823 
3-094 
2-719 
+ 2-897 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 

2 

1 
1 
3 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1:: 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
6 

1:: 

2 
1 
1 
1:: 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
1 


131 2 20-4 
131 3 50-4 
61 29 48-4 
30 54 17-4 
96 3 28-1 
154 11 48-1 

97 46 5-1 

62 3 50-8 
102 54 35-8 

67 33 15-8 

116 32 13'8 
129 59 36-8 
62 14 32-8 
160 6 53-5 
36 56 44-8 
135 30 1-5 
40 26 12-5 
102 17 56-2 
87 40 2:i-5 
60 46 1-2 
92 51 26-2 
61 49 52-2 
51 52 3-2 
148 50 34-2 
61 38 24-6 
104 17 25-6 
104 31 34-6 
19 1 32-6 
54 23 0-3 
51 56 32-3 
75 4 23-3 

61 16 45-3 
61 17 56-0 
95 20 33-0 
95 20 33-0 
61 16 45-0 
76 46 17-0 
96 5 50-7 
95 19 0-7 
61 15 23-7 
93 50 3-7 
62 21 3-7 
61 17 14-7 
103 11 32-7 
86 45 0-7 
42 1 50-7 
103 45 56-7 
120 12 2-4 
120 10 2-4 
89 18 31-4 
132 55-1 
8? 35 32-4 
61 23 44-4 
51 54 16-4 
93 47 23-4 
42 1 52-1 
61 21 47-1 


+ 19-58 
19-58 
19-58 
19-58 
19-57 
19-57 

19-57 

19-56 
19-56 
19-56 

19-56 
19-56 
19-56 
19-55 
19-56 
19-55 
19-55 
19-54 
19-55 
19-54 
19-54 
19-54 
19-54 
19-54 
19-52 
19-52 
19-52 
19-52 
19-51 
19-51 
19-51 

19-51 
19-50 
19-50 
19-50 
19-50 
19-50 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-49 
19-48 
19-48 
19-48 
19-47 
19'48 
19-48 
19-48 
19-48 
19-47 
+ 19-47 


1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
3 

2 

1 

1 
3 

1 
1 

1 

2 
1 
3 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
6 

l-.i 

i 

1 
1:: 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

[ 

I 


eF; cS; R; gbM; p of 2 


1 

3 
2 

2 
2 
3 

3 

2* 
1 
10f 

1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
2 
3 
3* 
1 
1 

f 

1 

7 

l 

4 
1 

! 
! 

2 
3 
2 
2 
3 
2 
4*t 
1 
2* 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1* 
1 
3 
3 
1 
3 




12 49 6-1 


eF; S; R; gbM; (of 2 


II. 383 
1.243 
II. 777 


12 49 9-7 


vF; pL 


12 49 10-9 


B; pS; vlE; vgbM 


12 49 20-0 


F; S; R; bM 


12 49 23-7 


Cl;pL;pRi;iF;stlO ...18 
pB; L; pmE 0- gbM 


II. 549 

II. 384 
II. 563 


12 49 33-0 


\3445j 
1485 


12 49 48-9 


F;cL 


12 49 51-1 


pB; IF; bM 


1486 

3447 
3446 
1487 
3444 
1488 
3448 
1489 
1490 
1491 
1493 
1492 
1494 
1495 
3449 
1496 
1497 


M. 64 12 49 51-8 
12 50 5-6 


!; vB; vL; viuE120+; 
bMSBN=* ?. 
F; S; R; gbM 






12 50 6-4 


pF;vS;R;sbM*17;'*10,70 -3 
vF; pL; IF .. . .! 


II. 346 


12 50 6-5 


3325 
3326 
3327 
3328 
3329 
3330 
3331 
3332 
3333 
3334 
3335 
3336 
3337 
3338 
3339 
3340 
3341 
3342 

3343 
3344 
3345 
3346 
3347 
3348 
3349 
3350 
3351 
3352 
3353 
3354 
3355 
3356 
3357 
3358 
3359 
3360 


A. 164 12 50 7-9 
12 50 11-1 


;B; L;R;g, vsbM;st 12 
vF; S; ill; bM 


III. 817 


12 50 15-0 


F; pL; mE; vgbM 




12 50 23-4 


Neb;? 




12 50 42-3 


vF; 3Sst sp 


II. 536 
II. 387 
III. 613 
11. 386 


12 50 42-5 


pF; pL; pmE; vgbM; *nf'30 
pF; pL; R; vS* att 


12 50 45-5 


12 50 47-5 


cF; E; er; *sf30" 


12 50 55-4 


F; pL; R 


12 51 9-4 


eF 




A. 311 12 51 45-5 
12 51 48-6 


CI;L; pRi; iR;stlO 
F; S; R; pslbM 


II. 385 
I. 68 
II. 299 
III. 908 
IV. 30 
II. 644 
1.162 


12 51 59-8 


B; R; psmbM; *13np 


12 52 1-7 


pB; pL; mbM 




12 52 1-7 


eF; vS; iR; vlbM 


1499 


12 52 22-9 


vF; pL; vmE30 + ; bet 2 st 
pB; S; R; mbM 


12 52 24-2 


1498 

1500 
1501 


12 52 28-6 


B; pL; mE 90; sbMN; 
S*inv. 
1st of 5; *7 n 


12 52 41-1 


II. 388 
HI. 758 
III. 759 
II. 389 
HI. 83 


12 52 49-6 


cF; S; R; *7n; 2nd of 5 ... 
vF; vS; pof2 


12 52 58-9 




12 52 58-9 


vF; vS; F of 2 


1502 
1503 
1504 
1505 
1507 
1506 
1508 
1510' 


12 53 0-1 


3rd of 5 


12 53 9-2 


cF; pL; R; vglbM; r 


12 53 17-4 


vF- S; E 


II. 778 
II. 391 
HI. 614 
II. 390 
III. 363 
II. 300 
1.143 


12 53 20-0 


pF; cS; E; psbM; *np 


12 53 24-0 


pB; pmE;bM; *7n;4thof5 
cF; S; iR; bM 


12 53 24-1 


12 53 28-3 


vF 


12 53 29-7 


pF; S; R; *7n; 5th of 5 ... 


12 53 33-9 


1509 
1512 
1511 
3450 
3451 


12 53 33-9 


cB; cE; * 10 att 135+ 


12 53 35-2 


pF;S; R; gbM 


I. 69 


'l2 53 37-9 


pB; pL; iR; stnr 


12 53 44-3 


vF;cS; R; *att;pof2 




12 53 51-3 


vF; vS;R;slbM;fof2 


3361 
3362 
3363 
3364 
3365 
3366 
3367 
3368 


11.517 


12 53 51-5 


pB; pS; R; bM 


3452 

1514 
1513 
1515 
1516 


12 54 9-0 


eF;3or4stll,12, f 


V. 3 
II. 392 
II. 645 

IV. 47 


12 54 9-5 


eF; vL; rr 


12 54 10-0 


IstofS 


12 54 10-5 


pB; cS; R; srabM; *17np.. 
pB; S; R; bM; stellar? 
eF; S; E; bM 


12 54 12-7 


12 54 26-8 


II. 393 


12 54 39-4 


F; pL; 2nd of 3 







OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



107 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1SSI). 


No. 

of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
l.-i-Ji. Jim. 0. 


Annifal 
Preotwioi 
in 
N.P.I), 
for 
18*0. 


No. 
of 
Obs 

aed 


Summary De-scription from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remark.*, Ac. 


Total 
No. of 

limes 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and 11 


Sir J. H.'l 
. Catalogues 
S -hula; 


isir W. !.'; 
Classes I . J^f. 
and Nos. Auth r "*- 


Ascension 
for 
1-W, Jan. 0. 


336S 
1T7fl 


h. 
1518 
1517 
1519 


H. 
II. 394 




]] in s 

12 54 42-9 
12 54 50-7 
12 54 51-3 
12 55 1-9 
12 55 43-0 
12 55 51-7 
12 56 14-8 
12 56 20-2 
12 56 27-9 
12 56 38-5 
12 56 42-6 
12 56 48-3 
12 56 56-5 
12 56 58-2 
12 56 59-1 
12 56 59-5 
12 5? 6-0 
12 57 14-1 
12 57 32-1 
12 57 34-1 
12 57 40-2 
12 57 43-2 
12 58 15-4 
12 58 18-4 
12 58 23-9 
12 58 26-1 
12 58 26-5 
12 58 27-1 
12 58 31-6 
12 59 2-4 
12 59 4-5 
12 59 9-8 
12 59 27-3 
12 59 28-4 
12 59 33-6 
12 59 35-3 
12 59 35-4 
12 59 37-3 
12 59 57-7 
13 17-3 
13 18-4! 
13 32-3 
13 36-8 
13 40-4 
13 41-9 
13 57-8 '. 
13 1 8-2 
13 1 29-8 
13 1 32-2 
13 1 32-5 
13 1 33-1 
13 1 40-9 
13 1 50-4 
13 1 51-4 
13 1 54-5 
13 1 54-7 
13 2 1-0 

13 2 6-3 
13 2 11-9 
13 2 15-9 


+ 2-897 
8*184 

3-112 

2-895 
3-115 
3-115 
3-358 
2-663 
3-136 
3-263 
3-425 
2-646 
3-129 
3-426 
3-101 
3-113 
2-887 
3-455 
3-388 
3-306 
3-387 
3-107 
2-877 
3-329 
1-656 
3-263 
2-825 
2-888 
3-116 
2-840 
2-885 
2-874 
2-754 
2-537 
3-255 
2-873 
2-588 
3-221 
3-224 
1-670 
2-582 
2-580 
3-099 
3-480 
2-540 
2-948 
2-902 
3-264 
3-111 ; 
2-873 
3-168 1 
3-102 
2-743 
2-811 i 
2-599 
3-404 
3-099 
1 
2-993 
3-225 
+ 3-219 


1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
2 

2 

2 
I 

2 
(2) 

1 

2 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
] 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
8 
' 1 
1 

" 1 
1 
1 

1 


6l 24 48-1 
104 13 10-8 
96 57 43-8 
61 12 29-8 
97 19 31-2 
97 22 30-xJ 
130 39 45-9 
38 47 27-9 
100 44 59-9 
119 46 26-6 
136 28 2-6 
37 55 20-6 
99 35 40-6 
136 29 22-3 
94 48 23-6 
96 55 28-6 
61 3 42-6 
138 32 6-3 
132 50 51-0 
124 35 6-0 
132 45 46-0 
95 45 18-0 
60 7 28-7 
126 48 31-4 
13 50 36-4 
119 14-4 
54 4 20-7 
61 40 48-4 
97 15 49-4 
56 4 6-1 
61 30 58-1 
60 10 26'1 
47 31 10-8 
32 55 57-8 
117 28 37-8 
60 12 10-8 
35 40 40-8 
112 55 45-8 
113 16 24-5 
13 57 22-5 
35 38 40-2 
35 36 40-2 
94 16 0-9 
138 45 23-9 
33 34 22-2 
70 50 8-9 
64 29 21-6 
117 53 57-3 
96 1 35-3 
60 56 21-3 
104 45 42-3 
94 36 21-3 
47 34 57-3 
54 3 8-3 
37 18 52-3 
132 21 15-0 
94 38 51-0 

77 37 1-0 
112 38 21-7 
111 48 8-7 


+ 19-47 
1 9-46 
19-46 
19-46 
19-44 
19-44 
19-43 
19-43 
19-43 
19-42 
19-42 
19-42 
19-42 
19-41 
19-42 
19-42 
19-42 
19-41 
19-40 
19-40 
19-40 
19-40 
19-39 
19-38 
19-38 
19-38 
19-39 
19-38 
19-38 
19-37 
19-37 
19-37 
19-36 
19-36 
19-36 
19-36 
19-36 
19-36 
19-35 
19-35 
19-34 
19-34 
19-33 
19-33 
19-34 
19-33 
19-32 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-30 
19-30 

19-30 
19-29 
+ 19-29 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
5 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 1 


vF; 3rd of 3... 


2 
4 
2 
1 
4 

1 

1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
6 
2 
2 
1 
4 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
2 
4 
2 
1 

* 

4 
1 
3* 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
0* 

1 
1 
1 


3371 
33/i 
3373 
3374 
3375 
3376 
3377 
3378 
3379 
3380 
3381 
3382 
3383 
3384 
3385 
3386 
3387 
3388 
3389 
3390 
3391 
3392 
3393 
3394 
3395 
3396 
3397 
3399 
3400 


II. 779 
III. 364 
II. 190 
111. 760 




cF;L; v!E45 + 
cF; S ~ 


3453 
3454 




[ v r 
F; pS; vlE; glbM . 
cF; vS;ll 


3456 
3455 
1521 
3458 
3457 
1520 


III. 818 
II. 191 




vF; R; A2st8, 9, f 
cF; S; R; vglbM 
pB; pL; iR 






30; o; K; bM ; *f 6 s 
eeF; S; R;pof2 


11.561 




'r;li;psbM 
pB;L; R;gmbM 


I. 40 

III. 761 
11. 395 




F; S; R; fof2 

nK T P n K \/T n V . . 




vF; S 


1522 - 
3459 
3460 
3461 
3462 
1523 
1524 
3463 
1527 
3464 
1525 
1526 
3465 
1528 
1529 


A. 411 


F;S;R; bM; *9 nf'l' . 


B; vL; vmE 38 C -? 






B; pS; R; gpmbM; p of 2... 
F;pL; RjvglbM 


II. 188 
II. 396 




eF; S; R; pslbM; fof2... 


F- pL- IE- r 




F; S; R; psbM*ll 
vF; pS; atnSSst... 

vF* ^1* T? * vK\T 


11.413 
II. 397 
I. 130 

II. 398 




F;cS;R;gbM 
pB; cS; R;smbM .. 
F- S- R 




vB;pS; E0+; bMBN 
eF;S;R ~ 
F- S- iF 


3401 
3402 
3403 
1404 


1530 
1532 
3466 
1531 
1533 
3467 


III. 303 
II. 663 
III. 779 




eF- vS 
F; vS; R; stellar; vS#s 
eF; S;1E 


3405 
3406 
3407 

408 


III. 304 
III. 783 




fF; vL; cE; vgbM 
vF; vS; vlE; vglbM; *sp.. 
vF;S;E; * att 






III. 766 
III. 937 

111.781 
III. 782 




F;pL;R;glbM 
vF; P L; iF 


40;) 
3410 
411 
41 


1534 




vF;S;iR;bM 
vF;S 
vF; S 


3413 
3414 
3415 
3416 
3417 
3418 
3419 
3420 
3421 
3422 
3423 
3424 
3425 
426 

3427 
3428 
3429 


3468 
1535 


III. 780 




'F; vS; R; psbM 
B;pL; R;gmbM 
cF; S 


III. 346 




F; vS; R; sbM; stellar . 
eF;pL;lE 
eF- cS- R 


3469 
1537 




II. 189 
III. 365 
II. 301 
II. 185 

III. 654 
III. 401 
11.815 




B;pL; R; #9 s f.. 
vF 


1536 

1539 
1538 
1542 
3470 




J; pL; R; psmbM 




"; S; iF; pB#nr 




vF; vS; R; IbM 




vF; S; R; stellar 




1"; vS; stellar 

F. C. 17. - 


1541 
3471 




Auw. N. 31 


B > *-; r 
A neb (Markree Obs. Apr. 9, 
1852). 
F;S;lE;2Ssts 


HI. 766 






F; vS 




)F; cS; R; slbM; am st 



p2 



108 



SIE J. F. W. HEBSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 

ogue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 

Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Sec. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and II. 


Sir J. H.'e 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


3430 

3431 
3432 
3433 
3434 
3435 
3436 
3437 
3438 
3439 
3440 
3441 
3442 
3443 
3444 
3445 
3446 
3447 
3448 
3449 
3450 
3451 
3452 
3453 

3454 
3455 
3456 
3457 
3458 
3459 

3460 
3461 
3462 
3463 
3464 
3465 
3466 
3467 
3468 
3469 
3470 
3471 
3472 

3473 
3474 

3475 
3476 
3477 
3478 
3479 
3480 
3481 
3482 
3483 
3484 


h. 
ri540l 


H. 
I. 42 

III. 81 9 
II. 537 
III. 366 




h m s 
13 2 23-2 

13 2 29-4 
13 2 32-9 
13 3 5-6 
13 3 37-6 
13 4P15-2 
13 4 20-5 
13 4 28-5 
13 4 34-7 
13 4 37 
13 4 45-5 
13 4 48-8 
13 4 50-5 
13 4 51-7 
13 5 2-2 
13 5 7-5 
13 5 7-9 
13 5 28-3 
13 5 30-7 
13 5 36-5 
13 5 42-5 
13 5 46-2 
13 5 55-8 
13 6 2-0 

13 6 10-1 
13 6 13-8 
13 6 16-8 
13 6 27-1 
13 6 45-9 
13 6 59-7 

13 7 19-4 
13 7 33-0 
13 7 49-8 
13 7 55-8 
13 7 56-4 
13 7 56-9 
13 7 59-4 
13 8 26-1 
13 8 26-7 
13 8 31-7 
13 8 46-5 
13 9 0-0 
13 9 30-5 

13 9 31-1 
13 9 31-9 

13 9 38-0 
13 9 52-3 
13 10 27-4 
13 10 33-7 
13 10 33-9 
13 10 46-3 
13 10 57-3 
13 11 14-2 
13 11 54-7 
13 11 55-9 


8 

+ 3-118 

2-616 
3-057 
2-863 
2-J58 
2-704 
2-852 
2-781 
2-340 
3-05 
2-610 
2-907 
3-175 
3-419 
2-787 
3-097 
2-897 
3-183 
3-203 
3-036 
2-982 
2-663 
2-692 
2-941 

2-826 
3-425 
3-027 
2-646 
2-861 
2-775 

1-918 
3-185 
2-568 
3-243 
3-744 
3-184 
3-845 
3-283 
3-185 
3-185 
3-283 
2-837 
2-938 

3-188 
2-699 

2-823 
2-821 
3-274 
3-358 
3-357 
3-519 
2-817 
3-227 
3-178 
+ 2-810 


2 
1 

2 

1 

[1] 

1 

2 
1 
3 

1 

(1) 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
5 

3 
3 

2 
1 

2 

2 

1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 


97 5 2-7 

38 34 19-7 
87 35 35-7 
60 20 39-4 
35 44 28-1 
47 27 18-5 
59 36 40-5 
52 11 9-2 
2? 7 16-5 
63 51 42 
39 9 53-2 
66 20 21-9 
105 3 9-9 
132 21 4-9 
52 58 43-9 
93 36 2-6 
65 12 15-6 
106 52-6 
108 46 4-3 
84 31 7-3 
76 39 28-3 
43 4 1-3 
45 12 45-3 
71 5 3-0 

57 26 40-0 
132 12 57-0 
83 11 34-0 
42 10 39-0 
61 27 30-7 
52 39 40-4 

18 36 12-4 
105 51 1-8 
37 58 10-8 
113 14 29-5 
149 19 9-5 
105 38 49-5 
152 40 25-2 
117 40 52-2 
105 43 13-2 
105 37 43-2 
117 35 33-9 
59 33 42-9 
71 35 10-3 

105 53 46-3 
47 13 45-3 

58 18 9-3 
58 13 16-0 
116 6 47-7 
124 41 30-4 
124 35 15-4 
137 10 22-1 
58 10 2-4 
110 22 7-8 
104 6 53-5 
57 47 16-5 


II 

+ 19-29 

19-29 

19-29 
19-28 
19-27 
19-25 
19-25 
19-24 
19-25 
19-24 
19-24 
19-23 
19-23 
19-23 
19-23 
19-22 
19-22 
19-22 
19-21 
19-21 
19-21 
19-21 
19-21 
19-20 

19-20 
19-20 
19-20 
19-20 
19-19 
19-18 

19-18 
19-16 
19-16 
19-15 
19-15 
19-15 
19-14 
19-14 
19-14 
19-14 
19-13 
19-13 
19-11 

19-11 
19-11 

19-11 
19-10 
19-09 
19-08 
19-08 
19-07 
19-08 
19-06 
19-05 
+ 19-05 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 

[1] 
1 

2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
5 

2 
3 

2 
1 
2 
2 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 
1 
2 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


pB;pL;R;vgpmbM; *8np 
vF 


6 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 

2 
3 
1 
3 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
4 
1 
4 
12 

4 
3 

2 
1 
3 
3 

1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
2 

1 
1 
3 

3 
3 

2 
2 
4 
1 

1 
1 
3 

1 
2* 
3 


\3472J 




1543 
1544 
1545 




cF; pL- R- IbM- er 




cF; pS; IE 




pF; S; iR- gbM 


III. 655 
III. 305 
I. 96 
III. 848 




vF; pS- IbM 


1546 
1547 




vF; vS; vlE.... 




vB; vL; vmE 25; vsbMN... 
vF; vS 






D'Arrest, 93 


pF; pL; R 


1550 
1549 
1548 
3473 
1551 
1552 


III. 820 
I. 85 


vF- R- bet 2 vSst 




pF;cL; E 17-0;biN; *9f 
vF- R- bM- # 10 np 5' 








pB cS R - am 4 st 


11.414 
II. 637 
II. 356 
III. 669 
II. 746 
III. 545 
II. 129 




pF ; S ; E psbM 




F; cL; iR; IbM 




pB ; S . . 


1553 
1554 
1555 
1556 
1557 
1559 
1558 

1560 
3474 
1561 
1562 
1563 
1564 




vF; II- bM 




cB- S- R- mbMpBN 




eF; vS- II- er 




cF; cL- vlE- IbM 




pF- oS- R- *12 nf 90'' 


II. 664 




pF; L; mE20 D - vlbM 


M. 53 


!; ; B; vC; ir; vvmbM; 
st 12... 
vF; S- IE- * 13 n 


III. 649 




nB;pL; R;gbM; * 7 nf ... 
vF; S; R- p-'bM .. 










F- vS- R- gbM 


III. 367 
I. 97 

III. 909 
11.510 
11.816 




vF; pL; ill 




vB; pi; El66-8; 
smbMvBN; # np. 
vF; vS; R 




1565 




cF- pS- vlE- bM 




F; S; ir; vgmbM 


3477 
3476 
1566 
3475 

3478 




F;L;R; vgvlbM; *9p ... 
Cl; P; E; scst 11 






11.511 




pB; pL; R; bM 




Cl; vL; vRi;st 11 
pF; R; sp of 2 






III. 670 
11.512 




vF 






cF; S 


3479 
1567 
1569 

1568 
1570 

1571 
1572 
3480 
3482 
3481 
3483 
1573 

1574 
1575 




Neb; nf of 2 






vF 


VI. 7 
11.513 




Cl; vF; pL; ill; vgbM; 
st!5... 
F; pS; iR 




M.63 


vB; L; pmE!20+; 
vsmbMBN. 
cF; cS; R; p of 2 


III. 306 
III. 307 
1.138 




cF;cS;R;fof2 




vB; S; R; vsmbM; *10f... 
eF; vS; E; r 








eF; vS; R; * nr 






B; S;R;pslbM 


III. 308 
III. 31 2 
III. 282 
III. 309 




vF; cS 




F; L;ill; bM 




vF; pL; pmE!35+ 




eF;vS 







OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



109 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Bight 
Ascension 
for 
1*50, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 

Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


So 
of 

01..-. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Procession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 

01.S. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 


Sir J. H.'S 

Catalogue* 

of Nebula; 


Sir W. H.'f 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


timm 
ofObs. 
In h. 
ami 11 


3485 

3486 
3487 
3488 
3489 

3490 
3491 
3492 
3-J9.-1 
HIM 
3495 
3496 
3497 
3498 
3499 
3500 
3501 
3502 
3503 
3504 
3505 
3506 
3507 
3508 
3509 
3510 
3511 
3512 
3513 
3514 
3515 
3516 
3517 
3518 
3519 
3520 
3521 
3522 
3523 
3524 
3525 
3526 
3527 
3528 
3529 
3530 
3531 
3532 
3533 

3534 
3535 
3536 
3537 


PL 76 ) 

\3489J 

f"! 

L3490J 
3484 
J15781 

\3491J 
1578, a 

3485 
1579 


H. 
III. 117 

II. 193 

II. 566 
III. 118 




h m s 
13 12 6-9 

13 12 9-0 
13 12 9-6 
13 12 14-9 
13 12 + 


s 
+ 3-162 

3-16) 
3-285 
3-162 
3-162 

3-285 
3-236 
3-258 
3-469 
3-226 
2-818 
3-4/0 
3-4/0 
2-702 
3-174 
3-085 
2-787 
2-786 
3-289 
3-385 
2-660 
3-002 
2-717 
3-342 
2-367 
3-168 
2-712 
2-359 
3-345 
2-841 
2-827 
3-018 
3-164 
3-939 
3-409 
2-646 
3-327 
2-990 
3-333 
2-790 
3-481 
2-955 
3-240 
3-325 
2-953 
3-811 
3-554 
3-370 
2-730 

2-729 

2-729 

1-743 
+ 2-632 


2 

2 

1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
1 


* ll 

102 4-2 

101 55 11-2 
116 50 8-2. 
101 57 46-0 
101 57 + 

116 40 17-9 
111 4 37-6 
113 40 5-6 
132 59 25-6 
109 52 4-6 
59 1 33-6 
132 58 39-3 
132 59 51-3 
48 51 23-3 
103 20 52-0 
91 34 7-0 
56 11 1-0 
56 7 15-0 
116 41 36-7 
125 54 9-7 
46 10 1-7 
80 46 29-4 
50 42 22-8 
121 36 35-5 
31 37 0-8 
102 14 3-2 
50 31 29-5 
31 34 28-2 
121 36 34-6 
62 17 27-6 
60 56 38-6 
82 52 33-6 
101 33 30-3 
152 40 50-0 
126 57 18-3 
46 10 43-3 
119 34 56-0 
79 33 7-0 
119 36 57-0 
57 42 15-0 
132 17 10-7 
75 17 16-7 
110 23 21-4 
119 6 14-4 
75 31 20-4 
148 16 44-8 
136 34 49-8 
123 9 1-8 
52 53 5-8 

52 50 44-8 
52 49 + 
18 45 22-8 
46 37-5 


+ 19-04 

19-04 
19-04 
19-04 
19-04 

19-03 
19-02 
19-02 
19-02 
19-02 
19-02 
19-01 
19-01 
19-01 
19-00 
19-00 
19-00 
19-00 
18-99 
18-99 
18-99 
18-98 
18-96 
18-95 
18-96 
18-94 
18-95 
18-94 
18-92 
18-92 
18-92 
18-92 
18-91 
18-90 
18-91 
18-91 
18-90 
18-90 
18-gO 
18-90 
18-89 
18-89 
18-88 
18-88 
18-88 
18-86 
18-86 
18-86 
18-86 

18-86 
18-86 
18-86 
+ 18-85 


2 

2 
1 
2 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
o 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
?? 
1 
1 
1 
2 

2 

1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
1 


vF; cS; R; 1st of 3 


5 

5 
3 
5 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
3 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2f 
1* 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
5 

*t 

4 

2* 
1 
3 

Ct 

tf 

2 
3 

3 



2 
2 




pB; S; vlE;sbM;2ndof3.. 
pB;pS;cE;psbM;*7-8f... 
cF; pS- vlE- 3rd of 3 






R. nova 


!^o description, one of a grouj 
of four. 
vF; S; R; 1st of 4 




13 12 26-3 
13 12 42-4 
13 12 44-0 
13 12 55-4 
13 12 55-9 
13 13 3-1 
13 13 4-2 
13 13 8-5 
13 13 20-1 
13 13 2-2-1 
13 13 24-5 
13 13 39-1 
13 13 46-8 
13 14 3-7 
13 14 4-5 
13 14 9-9 
13 14 34-0 
13 15 6-1 
13 15 12-3 
13 15 14-4 
13 15 32-9 
13 15 38-3 
13 16 2-4 
13 16 12-7 
13 16 19-0 
13 16 19-0 
13 16 24-5 
13 16 35-7 
13 16 37-7 
13 16 46-4 
13 16 59-8 
13 17 1-9 
13 17 2-8 
13 17 5-0 
13 17 15-0 
13 17 15-1 
13 17 15-9 
13 17 43-5 
13 17 56-3 
13 17 59-6 
13 18 19-5 
13 18 24-0 
13 18 27-3 
13 18 29-8 

13 18 39-8 
13 18 39-8 
13 18 48-6 
13 19 4-9 


11.313 
11.780 




cB- cS- vlE 90+ bf 




F; L; R; vglbM~ 


3486 




eF; vS- R- 2nd of 4 


III. 724 
II. 327 




cF; vS; iF .. 


1580 
3487 
3488 
1583 
1581 
1582 
1584 
1585 
3493 
3492 




pF;pL;pbM . 




pB- pL- It 3rd of 4 






cF; S; vlE- 4th of 4 


III. 633 
III. 539 




vF- S- It- IbM 




cF; vS; R; gbM 




vF; lit- * 11 p 


III. 650 




vF;cvS; It; b.M;spof 2 
vF- S bet 2 st nf of 




11.567 




cB- pS- IE- psbM * 




vB- pS- It- svinbM 


11.665 
II. 2-2 
III. 619 




pB; cS; E 






vF- vS 


1586 
3494 

1588 
1587 
1589 

3495 
1590 
1592 
1591 
3497 
3496 
3498 
1594 
3499 
1593 
3500 
1596 
3501 
1595 
1597 
3502 
1598 
3503 
3504 
3505 
1599 

1600 
I600,a 

1602 




vF- S- cE 0'+ 





eeF; p of 2 


III. 808 
III. 119 
II. 646 
II. 826 




cF; S; cE 




cF; cS; iR- glbM 




F; L- ill- vglbM 




F; S; E ... . 




F- IE- psbM f of 2 


III. 368 




pF- pS* iHnK; fflbM- r 




vF- L- A 2 st 1 1 ni) 


III. 925 




vF- S- R- eb\l 




pB- S- IE 






Cl; eR; mC; st!2...l6 
cB- P- R- psmbM- r 






II. 666 




pFj S- R* gmbM 




vF- S- vlE 






D F- S- R- cbM 






vF; vS 


II. 328 




pB pL R gmbM * p 


A. 482 


!!; vB;vL;vmEl22-5; bifid 
pB- vS- R- gmbM- * f 


11.653 
11.314 




F- pS- IE- vcbM 




pB- S- E 


III. 84 




eF; v$- R- psbM 


A. 312? 
A. 440 


Cl; Ri; 1C; st 11 




! ! - - cd Centauri 




vF- S- R- glbM 


III. 402 
III. 403 

IV." 70 
11.667 




cF;cS; R; vsinbM*; #12sp; 
sp of 2. 
F; cS; It; vsmbM *; n of 2 
vF 




R. nova 


O?;cB; S; ll;g, slbM 
pB- vS- vlE- glbM 









110 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'8 CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 

1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, ic. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


3538 
3539 
3540 
3541 
3542 
3543 
3544 
3545 
3546 
3547 
3548 
3549 
3550 
3551 
3552 
3553 
3554 
3555 
3556 
3557 


fa. 


H. 
111.115 
II. 25 
III. 404 




h m 8 

13 19 8-3 
13 19 11-5 

13 19 47-8 
13 19 49-1 
13 19 51-7 
13 20 2-9 
13 20 4-1 
13 20 7-4 
13 20 8-6 
13 20 17-7 
13 20 49-5 
13 20 59-9 
13 21 13 
13 21 19-2 
13 21 34-6 
13 21 38-4 
13 21 47-4 
13 22 3-3 
13 22 8-6 
13 22 17-6 
13 22 28-5 
13 22 28-5 

13 22 29-1 

13 22 37-1 
13 22 49-1 
13 22 51-6 
13 22 54-8 
13 22 59-8 
13 23 9'3 
13 23 21-2 
13 23 31-3 
13 23 41-0 

13 23 50-0 
13 23 55-4 
13 23 57-1 
13 24 4-4 
13 24 12-2 
13 24 14-0 
13 24 21-5 
13 24 32-0 
13 24 39-9 
13 24 52-2 
13 25 18-7 
13 25 21-9 
13 25 26-6 
13 25 42-8 
13 25 48-2 
13 25 54-1 
13 26 21-9 
13 26 44-5 
13 27 7-3 
13 27 10-2 
13 27 14-9 
13 27 18-2 
13 27 21-3 
13 27 47-5 
13 27 59-8 
13 28 4-5 
13 28 4-9 


8 

+ 3-167 
3-050 

2-730 
2-926 
3-328 
3-329 
3-329 
2-728 
3-977 
3-594 
2-773 
2-916 
3-02 
3-373 
2-438 
2-371 
2-770 
3-898 
2-560 
3-221 
2-920 
2-558 

2-974 

2-922 
2-953 
3-321 
3-081 
3-081 
2-952 
2-774 
3-400 
4-129 

2-908 
2-539 
3-382 
2-536 
2-264 
2-546 
2-726 

2-409 
3-142 
3-610 
2-945 
3-003 
3-003 
3-004 
3-076 
3-003 
2-615 
3-009 
3-397 
2-075 
2-904 
2-072 
3-583 
3-399 
2-942 
+ 2-943 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
1 
:i 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 

2 

1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
5 
1 
4 

1 
3 

2 

2 
1 
1 

1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1? 
1 
2 
3 


101 35 25-2 
87 9 53-2 
53 19 49-9 
72 23 55-6 
118 50 27-6 
118 54 24-3 
118 53 52-3 
53 16 40-6 
152 41 27-0 
138 10 46-0 
57 17 26-7 
71 29 31-4 
83 16 42 
122 26 25-1 
36 28 48-1 
33 47 3-1 
57 14 35-8 
150 12 3-1 
42 38 21-5 
107 14 29-2 
72 13 18-2 
42 41 26-2 

78 16 4-2 

72 26 57-9 
75 58 15-9 
117 25 21-6 
90 59 58-6 
90 56 3-6 
75 54 40-6 
58 8 37-3 
124 3 45-0 
155 15 11-7 

71 8 20-0 
42 5 4-0 
122 30 27-7 
42 50-7 
30 51 32-7 
42 35 13-7 
54 26 31-4 
89 18 29-7 
36 12 12-4 
98 3 15-8 
137 24 41-2 
75 22 53-5 
81 57 44-2 
81 57 21-2 
82 6 15-9 
90 18 50-9 
81 59 5-6 
47 24 36-3 
82 47 49-7 
122 45 39-4 
26 33 53-7 
71 25 25-4 
26 30 43-7 
135 11 16-8 
122 44 13-8 
75 27 49-8 
75 32 20-8 


+ 18-84 
18-84 
18-83 
18-82 
18-82 
18-81 
18-81 
18-82 
18-80 
18-80 
18-79 
18-78 
18-78 
18-77 
18-77 
18-77 
18-76 
18-77 
18-75 
18-74 
18-74 
18-74 

18-74 

18-73 

18-73 
18-72 
18-72 
18-72 
18-72 
18-71 
18-70 
18-69 

18-70 
18-70 
18-69 
18-69 
18-69 
18-69 
18-68 

18-68 
18-66 
18-64 
18-65 
18-64 
18-64 
18-63 
18-63 
18-62 
18-61 
18-59 
18-58 
18-59 
18-58 
18-59 
18-56 
18-56 
18-56 
+ 18-56 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

2 
4 
j 

3 

1 
2 
2 

2 
1 

1 
1 
4 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 

1 

2 
3 


vF; vS; stellar 


2 
6 
3 
1 

2 
1 
1 

3 

1 
2 
4 
1 
0* 
1 
1 
2 
3 

1 
4 
2 
5 

4 

3 

2 
2 
3 
3 
2 
3' 
2 
It 

2 
10f 
1 
6 
2 
3 
3 

1 
2 
1 
2 
6 
4 
4 
1 
1 
2 
3* 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 
5 


1601 
1604 
1603 
3507 
3508 
3509 
1605 
3506 
3510 
1606 
1607 




pB; pL; vlE; vsmbM* 12... 
cF; pS; E- bM- sp of 2 






vF; S; II ; * nf 






cF; S; R; pslbM- *f2' 






vF; S- R- p of D neb 






pF; S; f of D neb 


III. 405 




vF; pL; R- nf of 2 




CI;vRi ... 






pB; cS; IE- glbM- r 


III. 651 




F; pS; vlE; bM 




vF; R .. . 




D' Arrest, 94 


pF> See note . 


3511 






III. 821 
III. 784 




cF; stellar 


1609 
1608 
3512 
1611 
1610 
1613 
1614 

J1612 

1615 
1616 
3513 
1617 
1618 
1619 
1620 
3515 
3514 

1621 
1622 
3516 
1623 
1625 




cF; S; iR... 




pF - pL- IE- IbM- f'of2 






Cl; vF- S- vRi- st 15 






vF; pS; R 


V. 22 




cF; L; mE 128-8; pgbM ... 
F- pL; R; ebM 


3558 




3559 


III. 672 

-{3 

III. 71 




F- vS- R- stellar 


3560 
3561 
3562 


) 


/^PHDneb.. 


/ 


\ vF; pL/ 
vF; S; R; am 3 st; * 7 nf... 
vF; S; R . . 


3563 
3564 








vF- pL- vlE- # 7 nf 10' 


3565 
3566 


II. 679 
II. 680 
III. 642 
III. 652 




F- cS- IE- gbM- p of 2 




pF- pL- ill- bM- f ot 2 


3567 





vF; S; iR 


3568 
3569 




vF- vS; R- glbM 




F- pL- vlE- vglbM 


3570 




A. 252? 


!; B; pL; cE; bM curved 
axis; 4 st inv. 
cF- S- R- bM- ** f 


3571 




3572 
3573 
3574 




M.51 


!!!; nucl&ring(h);spiral(R) 
pB- S- R- g, psbM 




1.186 
IV. 63 
II. 689 
III. 406 




B- pS- R- vgbM- f of2 


3575 




pB- cL- iR- gmbM; r 


3576 
3577 
5072 
3578 
3579 
3580 
3581 
3582 
3583 
3584 
3585 
3586 
3587 
3588 
3589 
3590 
3591 
3592 
3593 
3594 
3595 
3596 




pB- pL- R- mbM 


1624 





vF- vS- IE 




See No. 5072. 
pF- cS- R- vglbM 




II. 797 
HI. 507 




3517 
3518 
1626 
1627 
1628 
1629 
1630 
1631 
1632 
1633 
3519 
1636 
1634 
1636 
3520 
3521 
1637 
1638 




vF- cS- R; gbM; r 




F- pL- R- vebM 


HI. 643 
III. 9 
III. 10 
III. 99 




F- S- cE- # 11 att np 




F- vS- R; psbM; p of 2... 




F; vS; R; stellar; fof 2 




F- S; R; psbMN 




pB- S- R- psmbM . 






eF 


III. 656 
III. 926 




vF; S- R- IbM 




vF;S;*9nfinv?(?28' n R.A.) 
eF ; eS # S and # p 




II. 841 




pB; S; vlE 




vF; S; R;bM 


II. 842 




nB- pL- R- ebM 




vF; S; R; * n, nr 
vF- S- R; # lOf 




III. 86 
III. 85 




vF- S- vlE- 1st of 3 




cF; S; R;bM; 2ndof3 





OF NEBUluE AND CLUSTEltS OF STAKS. 



Ill 



No. 




Refereno 


s to 


Bight 


Annual 
Precession 


Xo. 


N .i-th I'olar 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


of 

Cata- 
logue 


Sir J. H.' 

Catalogues 
1 >ulie. 


Sir \V. H.'B 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


Ascension 
for 
IN it J, Jan. 0. 


RjfU 

Ascension 

for INN >. 


H 

Ob. 

used. 


for 
I .-(*>. Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 
for 
L880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


times 
of Otw. 
by h. 
and H. 


3597 


h. 

1639 


H. 
III. 87 




h m s 
13 28 5-2 


8 
+ 2'943 


1 


75 37 21-8 


+ 18-56 


9: 


cF; pL; R; glbM; 3rd of 3.. 


4 


3598 


1640 


III. 407 




13 28 6'2 


2-713 


3 


54 34 50-8 


18-56 


3 


F; cS; It; ttlOp; p of 2 


| 


3599 




111.822 




13 28 9-6 


2-422 


1 


37 46 37-8 


18-56 


1 


cI';pS; ill; IbM 


1 


3600 


1641 


III. 928 




13 28 15-0 


3-054 


(1) 


87 53 16-5 


18-55 


It: 


vF; S; R 


2 


3601 


1642 


III. 408 




13 28 16-7 


2-711 


2 


54 29 21-8 


18-56 


2 


vF; vS; 11; f of 2 ... 


4 


3602 


1643 






13 28 31'7 


2-941 


1 


75 35 24-2 


18-54 


1 


F;L; E; vgbM 


1 


3603 


1645 


III. 4 Jo 




13 28 51-6 


2-711 


] 


54 36 47-9 


18-53 


1 


F; S; R; vS#iir 


2 


3604 


3522 






13 28 52-3 


3-666 


1 


139 6 59-6 


18'52 


1 


eeF; S; IE 




3605 


1644 


III. 100 




13 28 58-3 


3-008 


3 


82 41 27-9 


18-53 


3 


vF; pS; vlE; # 9 sp 


4 


3606 


3523 




C M. 83 I 


13 29 9-0 


3-360 


4 


119 9 31-6 


18*52 


4 


f(H,h)vB;vL; E55*l; 
!!;< esbMN 


V 


3607 


3524 




\ A. 628 J 


13 29 20-8 


3-539 


4 


132 8 2-3 


1 8-0 1 


4 


[_ (L) 3-branclied spiral. 
F; pL; cE; vglbM 


J 


3608 


1646 


III. 101 




13 29 27'9 


3-000 




81 54 44-3 


18-51 


1 


vF; pL; It; er .... 


4 


3609 




III. 823 




13 29 26-9 


2 410 


1 


37 39 33-6 


18-52 


1 


cF;pL; It; vlbM 


1 


3610 




III. 409 




13 29 29-9 


2-696 


1 


53 43 3-3 


18-51 


1 


vF; pL; R; IbM 


1 


3611 


1647 






13 30 0-9 


3-041 


1 


86 30 48-0 


18*50 


1 


eF; eL 


1 


3612 


1648 


III. 620 




13 30 4-6 


2-654 


2 


50 55 41-0 


18-50 


2 


cF; pL; E65; biN? ... 


3 


3613 


3525 






13 30 17-1 


3-591 


I 


135 9 0-4 


18-48 


8 


vF; S; It; vglbM; *13att... 


2 


3614 


1649 


II. 297 




13 30 30-2 


3-234 


2 


107 10 3-1 


18-47 


2 


f(H, h)cF; vL; 
H-< vg, psmbMLN 


1 

Mt 


3615 


1650 


I. 34 




13 30 35-1 


2'985 




80 23 32-1 


18-47 


1 


(_ (L) 2-branched spiral. 
B; L; E150; psbMrN ... 


J 

3 


3616 


1651 


III. 72 




13 30 48-6 


2-916 


3 


73 18 27-1 


18-47 


a 


vF; S; R;bM 


4 


3617 




11.817 




13 30 49*8 


2-409 


1 


38 1 30-1 


18-47 


i 


pB; S; R; vgbM 


1 


3618 


1652 


III. 369 




13 30 53-0 


2-795 


j 


61 51 45-1 


18-47 


i 


vF; S; vlE 


2 


3619 


1653 


III. 505 




13 31 11-6 


3-025 


CO 


84 46 14-8 


18-46 


i 


vF; S; R;bM 


4 


3620 
3621 


3526 
3527 


II. 638 


A. 623 


13 31 59-9 
13 32 12-4 


3-390 
3-174 


1 

1 


120 55 34-6 
100 46 55-6 


18-42 
18-42 


i 
i 


B;pL; E45+; psmbM ... 
pB; L; pmE; albM 


2 
1 


3622 




III. 803 




13 32 21-9 


2-236 


2 


32 10 56-6 


18-42 


2 


vF; vS 


2 


363 


1656 


III. 673 




13 32 32-9 


2-465 


1 


40 59 35-6 


18-42 


1 


eF; vS; R; gbM 




36-?!4 


1654 


II. 895 




13 32 45-5 


3-059 


1 


88 26 55-0 


18-40 


1 


vF; S; It; bM; p of l)neb... 


2 


3625 


1655 


II. 896 




13 32 49'9 


3-058 


1 


88 27 15-0 


18*40 


1 


F; S; iR; f of D neb 


2 


366 


1657 






13 33 13-6 


3-019 


2 


84 13 5-7 


18-39 


2 


vF; R; am pB st 


2 


361 > 7 


1660 







13 33 14-4 


0-995 




14 14 14-0 


18-40 


1 


eF; S 


1 


3698 


1658 


III. 370 




13 33 26-7 


2-775 


1 


60 53 12-4 


18*38 


1 


cF; S; mEO+; * 9 sp 


2 


3629 


3528 






13 33 43-5 


3-374 


1 


119 12 28-8 


18-36 


1 


vF;pL; R; vlbM 


1 


3630 


1659 


111.410 




13 33 58*5 


2-660 


2 


52 25 32-8 


18-36 


2 


F;cS;vlE;er 


3 


3631 


3529 






13 34 27'7 


3-665 


2 


137 27 41-9 


1 8-33 


2 


B; pL; vlE; vglbM; 3 st nr.. 


2 


3632 


1661 






13 34 32-8 


2-628 


4 


50 30 0-2 


18-34 


4 


F; S; R; gbM; S * rip 


4 


1633 






Auw. N. 32 


13 34 43*9 


3-196 




103 9 3-6 


18-31 




A nebula ( Markree Obs. 1 855) 





3634 


3530 






13 35 3-6 


4-112 


2 


152 11 47-3 


18-31 


2 


CI; P-.L; iF;st 12 


2 


1635 


1662 






13 35 5-5 


3-026 


1 


85 1 44-6 


18-32 


1 


eF; S; bet 2 st 


1 


1636 


1663 




M.3 


13 35 40-8 


2-769 


5 


60 55 6-0 


18-30 


5 


! ! ; ; eB; vL; vsmbM; st 1 1.. 


14 


3637 


1664 


I. 98 




13 35 56-1 


2-670 




53 37 45-7 


1 8-29 


3 


cB; pL; R; g, psmbM 


4 


3638 


1664,0 




R. nova 


13 36 8*6 


2-670 




53 37 45'7 


18-29 




F- S 





3639 


1665 


11.798 




13 36 24-8 


2-248 


2 


33 37 25-4 


18*28 


2 


F; E73-0; Dor biN; B*nf 


3 


1640 


3531 




A. 273 


13 36 54-7 


4-131 


2 


152 11 45-2 


18-24 


2 


Cl- B; S; pC; lit; st 10. ..12 


2 


1641 


3532 






13 37 15-3 


3-985 


1 


148 29 24-2 


18*24 


1 


Cl; L; vlti; st 7.. .16 


1 


3642 


3533 




A. 388 


13 37 37-5 


3-757 


2 


140 40 6-6 


18-22 


2 


; vB; pL; R; nr; st 15... 


2 


3643 


3534 






13 38 48-2 


4'237 




153 59 16-1 


18*17 


2 


Cr- S- C; ill; st 14 


2 


3644 


1666 


11.668 




13 39 9-3 


2-561 


1 


47 47 33-4 


18*18 


1 


vF; vS; IE 90+; sbM 


2 


3645 




I. 170 




13 39 17-9 


2*556 


2 


47 33 53-1 


18*17 


2 


cB; pL; E90+ ; bMN 


2 


3646 


3535 






13 39 25*8 


3-397 


1 


119 41 12-8 


18*16 


1 


vF; It; vlbM; * p 


1 


3647 


3536 






13 39 41- 


3-405 


1 


120 13 12-2 


18-14 


1 


pF; S; It; 2 st nr 


1 


3648 




V. 6 




13 39 55*7 


's'ri 


j 


72 59 14-2 


18-14 


1 


eF- vL; r 


1 


3649 


1667 


III. 785 




13 39 57-1 


+ 2*232 




34 24-5 


18-15 


1 


eF; 2 st att or inv 


2 


3650 




III. 946 




13 40 0'5 


0-151 


1 


9 52 6-7 


18-09 


1 


vF; vS; R 


1* 


3651 


1668, 






13 40 + 


J-Q' 1 !! 1 




45 28 + 


18-13 




II- bM- is sp h. 1668 





3652 


1668 


I. 180 




13 40 31-6 


2-511 


1 


45 27 31-9 


18*13 


1 


cB;L; pmE142; gbM 


2 


3653 


3538 






13 40 39-5 


+ 3-401 




119 44 21'3 


+ 18-11 


1 


F-S-R-gbM 


1 



























112 



SIR J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cate- 
ogue. 


Beferences to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan.O. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observation*, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
jf Obs. 
byh. 
ndH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebuhe. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


3654 
3655 
3656 
3657 
3658 
3659 

3660 

3661 
3662 
5073 
3663 
3664 
3665 
3666 
3667 
3668 
3669 
3670 
3671 
3672 
3673 
3674 
3675 
3676 
3677 
3678 
3679 
3680 
3681 
3682 
3683 
3684 


h. 
3537 
1669 
1670 
3539 
1672 
1673 

r i67i i 


H. 




h m s 
13 40 51-7 
13 4V 9-9 
13 41 13-7 
13 41 22-7 
13 41 40-0 
13 41 51-2 

13 41 51-7 

13 42 11-8 
13 42 19-9 
13 42 38-3 
13 42 57-5 
13 43 37-6 
13 43 45-0 
13 44 7-0 
13 44 8-2 
13 44 22-4 
13 44 27-1 
13 44 28-9 
13 44 33-4 
13 44 38-6 
13 44 43-6 
13 44 51-4 
13 44 52-1 
13 44 56-4 
13 45 5-2 
13 45 8-1 
13 45 39-7 
13 45 44-8 
13 45 49-7 
13 46 20-2 
13 46 26-0 
13 46 43-8 
13 46 50-5 
13 47 2-3 
13 47 6-9 
13 47 25-5 
13 47 26-3 

13 47 + 

13 47 32-2 
13 47 32-9 
13 47 33-2 
13 47 45-1 
13 47 56-1 
13 47 58-1 
13 48 4-7 
13 48 30-8 
13 48 38-9 
13 48 58-8 
13 49 5-3 
13 49 5-3 
13 49 12-0 
13 49 15-5 
13 49 18-6 
13 49 20-9 
13 49 24-0 
13 49 33-3 
13 49 38-6 
13 49 46-8 


s 
+ 4-064 
3-026 
2-456 
3-405 
2-605 
2-612 

3-139 

3-782 
1-999 

2-571 
2-671 
2-567 
4-155 
3-014 
2-667 
2-539 
2-668 
2-012 
0-426 
3-129 
2-570 
3-089 
3-388 
3-042 
3-044 
3-737 
3-078 
3-036 
2-494 
2-561 
2-006 
3-147 
3-081 
2-661 
2-544 
2-588 

2-617 
2545 
2-545 
2-543 
3-008 
3-422 
3-009 
4-752 
2-574 
2-520 
3-009 
3-009 
3-011 
3-657 

3-581 
2-192 
3-125 
1-943 
+ 2-531 


1 
2 
1:: 
1 
1 
2 

2 

1 
1 

i 

2 
2 
1 

1 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 

2 
3: 
3: 
2 
5 
1 

2 
1 

1 
4 

(i) 

2 

3 
2 
1 
1 
1 


149 14 42-0 
85 21 35-0 
43 9 25-1 
119 47 20-4 
51 17-4 
51 28 9-4 

96 31 46-8 

140 30 34-2 
28 18 58-8 
89 14 2-4 
49 19 5-9 
55 41 13-3 
49 19 42-0 
151 9 39-1 
84 18 29-4 
55 36 31-1 
47 56 13-1 
55 39 38-1 
29 6 16-1 
12 28 21-7 
95 21 14-5 
49 44 8-8 
91 30 32-5 
117 46 54-5 
86 58 26-2 
87 12 15-2 
137 48 33-6 
90 25 29-6 
86 28 58-6 
46 3 51-0 
49 37 37-0 
29 25 55-7 
96 54 11-4 
90 44 38-1 
55 49 32-1 
48 56 20-8 
51 23 43-8 

51 23 + 

53 10 5-5 
49 2 24-5 
49 1 24-8 
48 57 33-2 
83 58 28-9 
119 38 52-6 
84 2 32-4 
159 43 18-7 
50 52 52-3 
48 3 22-0 
84 3 32-4 
84 17 32-4 
84 18 20-4 
133 14 39-1 
89 31 9-0 
129 17 44-1 
34 58 35-4 
94 48 28-8 
28 37 31-4 
48 49 39-8 


+ 18-10 
18-10 
18-07 
18-08 
18-08 
18-08 

18-06 

18-04 
18-06 

18-03 
18-01 
18-00 
17-97 
17-98 
17-97 
17-97 
17-97 
17-97 
17-99 
17-95 
17-96 
17-95 
17-95 
17-94 
17-94 
17-92 
17-92 
17-92 
17-90 
17-90 
17-89 
17-88 
17-87 
17-87 
17-86 
17-86 

17-85 
17-85 
17-86 

17-84 
17-83 
17-82 
17-81 
17-79 
17-81 
17-80 
17-78 
17-78 
17-78 
17-77 

'iV'-77 

17-78 
17-76 
17-78 
+ 17-76 


1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 
2 

2 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 

2 
1 

1 
4 

2 
2 

4 
2 
1 
1 
1 


CI;vL;vRi 


1 
4 
3 
1 
2 
3 

3 

It 

2* 

3 

3* 
3 

1 
1 
3* 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
4 
3 
3 
2 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
2 
5 
3 



3 
5 
5 
3 

7 
i 

2 
1 
1 
8 

4 
2 

6t 
3 

O 


3 


II. 533 

11.688 




vF; vL;lE; vgbM 




cF;L;vraE 




F; S; R; g bM 


III. 681 
III. 621 

II. 306 




pF;cS;IE; FJ inv 




eF;S;R 




vF; vS; R; r 


\3540J 
3541 
1674 




O. or vF; eS; D neb 


1.255 




B;pL;mE57-4;psbMBEN 
See No. 5073. 
cF;cS; R;sbM;pof2 




1675 
1676 
1677 
3542 
1678 
1679 
1682 
1680 
1684 
1689 
1681 
1685 
1683 
3543 
1686 
1687 
3544 


11.710 
III. 422 
11.711 






vF; R; stellar; 1st of 3 




pB;pS; vlE;glbM; fof2... 
Cl; pL; pC;Stll 


A. 282 




vF; vL;R; vgbM 


III. 423 
II. 669 




F; S; R; psbM; 2nd ol 3 ... 
cF; pL; R; gb.M 






i>F; pL; R; svmbM* 


1.256 
II. 899 
II. 307 
11.712 
II. 685 
III. 923 
III. 549 
III. 929 




vB; pL; ill; psmbM 




vF; pS; 1EO+ 




cF;L;iR;bM 
cF; S; vlE;sb.M 






F; pS; 11; 2 st p 





pB; S; R; slbM 




F; vS; ll;psbM 




vF;S;EO;rr 




vF; vS;R; *8 f 


HI. 665 




cF; vL;R;lbM;r 


1688 
1690 
1691 
1694 
1692 
1693 
1695 
1696 
1697 

j 1697. a 

1700 
1698 
1699 
1702 
1701 
3546 
1703,a 
3545 




F;iR 


11.670 
III. 698 
HI. 849 
11.308 
II. 686 
H. 424 
11.713 
II. 697 




cF; pL; R; psbM 




vF; S; ill; B*p 




eF; vS 


3685 




vF;S;R;lbM 


3686 




F; S; R; bM 


3687 
3688 
3689 
3690 
3691 
369 




pF; cL; R; IbM 




cF;pL; bM; B*p; 1st of 4. 
cF;L;lE90; vgbM 




II. 2 novae 


{2 neb in a line with 1 
h. 1697 ;bM. J 
cF;S;R;lbM; *nf90" ... 
pB; S; R; 2ndof4 


11.415 
II. 714 

11.715 
III. 699 
III. 506 


3693 
3694 
3695 
3696 
3697 
3698 
3699 
3700 
3701 
3702 
3703 
3704 
3705 
5074 
3706 
3707 
3708 
3709 
3710 






pF; S; 11; 3rd of 4 




vF- pS; 4th of 4 




F; pL; vmEl5; r 




pF; S; R; glbM; hot 2 st 10. 
F;S; E(nisi = III. 506) 




R. nova 




Cl; vL;lRi;lC;stll 
eF; cS; E 


III. 682 
11.671 
I. 6 








pB; pL; E 


1703 
1703,4 
1705 
3547 




B;pL; R;psbM; *8 nf... 


R. nova 


vF; L 


II. 534 


cF; L; R; gbM 




pB; cS; R; pgbM; amst ... 
See 5074. 
!; vB; vL; vl, vsmbM* ... 
F;cS; R; stellar ;*l6nf ... 
v-F;vS;R 






3548 
1706 
1704 
1708 
1707 






in. 786 

III. 285 
11.843 
II. 716 








F- S 




pB- L; 11; bMFN 







OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTEES OF STAES. 



113 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
IN m. Jan.O. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
i-ion 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Xi.rth Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


X,,. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, Ac. 


Total 
No. of 
tUBM 

of Obs. 

In li. 

m'aii. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Dialogues 

of Nebula . 


Sir W. H.'B 

classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


3711 
3712 
3713 
3714 
3715 
3716 
3717 
3718 
3719 
3720 
3721 
3722 
3723 
3724 
3725 
3726 
3727 
3728 
3729 
3730 
3731 
3732 
3733 
3734 
3735 
3736 
3737 
3738 
3739 
50/5 
3740 
3741 
3742 
3743 
3744 
3745 
3746 
3747 
3748 
3749 

3750 
3751 
3752 
3753 
3754 
3755 
3756 
3757 
3758 
3759 
3760 

3761 
3762 
3763 
3764 
3765 
3766 
3767 
3768 


h. 
1709 
1710 
1711 


H. 
III. 809 
II. 889 




ll 111 S 

13 49 48-6 
13 50 29-0 
13 50 36-8 
13 50 38-7 
13 50 40-4 
13 50 41-1 
13 50 47-4 
13 50 56-6 
13 50 57-8 
13 51 6-5 
13 51 15-6 
13 51 + 
13 51 17-9 
13 51 19-2 
13 51 22-6 
13 51 30-0 
13 51 31-1 
13 52 10-9 
13 52 33-0 
13 52 34-9 
13 52 38-2 
13 52 39-4 
13 52 55-7 
13 53 10-9 
13 53 24-5 
13 53 31-9 
13 53 39-8 
13 53 41-9 
13 53 51-9 
13 53 58-0 
13 54 24-3 
13 54 50-2 
13 54 50-7 
13 55 0-0 
13 55 0-2 
13 55 10-5 
13 55 17-4 
13 55 20-0 
13 55 24-3 
13 55 44-4 

13 55 59-7 
13 56 3-7 
13 56 14-1 
13 56 26-8 
13 56 57-7 
13 57 18-2 
13 57 19-7 
13 57 25-7 
13 57 26-0 
13 57 30-0 
13 57 30-5 

13 57 30-6 
13 57 32-8 
13 57 33-0 
13 57 41-7 
13 57 43-7 
13 57 50-1 
13 57 59-7 
13 58 2-8 


+ 2-031 
2-999 
2-715 
1-987 
|<986 
2-382 
2-576 
2-579 
4-119 
1-973 
2-996 

2-496 
0-414 
2-996 
1-968 
2-524 
3-101 
3-414 
2-575 
2-575 
2-709 
3-492 
3-479 
2-618 
3-097 
2-592 
1-944 
2-557 

2-541 
2-535 
3-632 
2-498 
2-958 
1-647 
2-974 
2-978 
3-501 
2-117 

3-134 
3-134 
1-945 
2-646 
2-606 
2-607 
2-598 
2-599 
2-080 
2-953 
2-137 

2-293 
2-134 
2-137 
+ 2-131 
0-245 
+ 2-133 
2-131 
+ 2-134 


1 
4 
3 
1 
3 
4 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 

2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

2 

0) 
1 

1 
1 
1 

4 
1 
3 

2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1:: 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1:: 

1 


30 39 35-1 
83 12 55-9 
60 8 59-9 
29 47 45-9 
29 48 15-9 
42 4 55-9 
51 31 33-6 
51 42 17-3 
148 54 29-7 
29 35 14-3 
83 3 41-7 
83 + 


+ 17-77 

17-73 

17-73 
17-73 
17-73 
17-73 
17-72 
17-71 
17-69 
17-71 
17-69 


1 

4 
3 
1 
3 
4 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 


cF; S;E;?J inv 


2 
5 
3 
1 
3 
5 

It 
4 
2 
3 
3 


a 
> 

3 
3 

1 
2 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1. 
k 
3 
2 
2 
2 
4 

5 

2 
1 

& 
1 
1 
5 
1 
3 
4 

3f* 
3* 
2 
3 
3 
3 
4 
2 
2 
1 


2 

r* 
s* 

LO* 

2 
l*t 

r fl- 
ic* 




cF; pL; R; v^bM ; #11 np... 
pB; P L;R;lbM 




11.844 
1.238 
I. 187 




pB;cL 






cB; pL; vlE; vgmbM 


1712 

1713 

1714 
3549 




B;L; mE40-4; 8 mbMN ... 
pB;IE;vglbM 




II. 698 




F;cS; R;smbM 




Cl; Ri; vC;pL;stll...J2... 
)B;pS;E;mbM 


1.239 
III. 546 




1715 
1715, a 
1717 
1721 
1716 
1719 

1718 

1720 

3550 

1722 
1723 




vF; vS; r; stellar 


R. nova 


F; S;R 


1.181 


47 28 19-0 
13 7 58-9 
82 58 36-7 
29 33 27-0 
48 52 36-7 
92 31 21-8 
118 11 17-2 
51 52 3-5 
51 53 52-5 
60 11 32-5 
123 16 22-6 
122 23 20-3 
54 32 37-3 
92 10 41-0 
53 4 6-0 
29 28 38-3 
51 8 1-0 
89 13 53 
50 24 2-1 
50 9 17-8 
130 44 6-2 
48 19 36-5 
79 54 37-2 
24 24 32-5 
81 17 11-9 
81 38 22-9 
123 17 44-6 
34 9 20-6 

95 18 37-0 
95 21 25-7 
29 58 35-3 
56 49 5-4 
54 33 31-8 
54 40 40-5 
54 11 30-5 
54 18 33-2 
33 30 33-5 
79 42 30-9 
35 5 18-3 

40 9 16-2 
35 28-3 
35 5 51-3 
34 57 41-3 
11 5 51-1 
35 3 26-9 
35 2 3-3 
35 8 16-3 


17-70 
17-73 
17-69 
17-70 
17-69 
17-66 
17-64 
17-65 
17-65 
17-65 
17-62 
17-61 
17-61 
17-60 
17-60 
17-61 
17-60 

'iV-57 
17-56 
17-54 
17-55 
17-54 
17-55 
17-53 
17-53 
17-52 
17-52 

17-50 
17-49 
17-51 
17-48 
17-46 
17-45 
17-45 
17-44 
17-45 
17-43 
17-44 

17-44 

17-44 
17-44 
17-44 
17-47 
17-43 
17-43 
+ 17-43 


1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
S 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
3 
2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 


cB; cL; R; gbM 




Cl; P; S 


III. 547 
1.240 




vF; vS; biN; r; stellar 




pB;pL;E;mbMN 




F; L; vgbM; *9 nf. 


III. 666 




vF;cS; R; gbM ... 




vF;S; R;glbM 


1.191 
I. 190 
III. 125 




cF; S; npof2 




cF;cL; E15 -0;lbM;fof2 
vF;S;iR;sbM* 




3551 
3552 

1724 




vF;S;R;gbM 






nB; pL; R; vebM .. 


III. 411 
III. 667 
III. 412 
III. 810 
III. 683 




eF; vS; pmE90 




vF; cS 


1725 
1727 
1726 




cF; cS; E 




vF; vS; R 




vF; pL; IF 




See No. 5075. 
F;pS;R;lbM 


1728 
1732 
3553 
1729 


11.699 
III. 684 






vF; vS; R; bM;in CI 




eF; Ebet2vSst 


11.672 
III. 56 




pF;pS; bM... 




eF; vS; E; r 


1733 
1730 
1731 
3554 
1736 

1734 
1735 
1738 
1737 
1739 
1740 
1741 
1742 




pF; pS; R; pslbM 


III. 11 




cF; S; R; psbM; *p 




vF; R; bM 






pB; pL; R ; epnibM . 


1.230 

11.309 
11.310 
11.827 
III. 653 
11.416 




pB; S; pinE45+; 
vsvmbMN. 
pF; cL; R; gmbM ; npof2. 
pF; cL; R; sfof2 








pB; S; iE; mbM 




vF;cS;lEO;bM 




pF;cS;lE;bM;*llsp 
vF; S 




11.417 
III. 413 
11.799 
III. 57 
III. 787? 

11.691 

111/947 
III. 7S7 




pB; pL; ivlE; vsinbM 




F; #13p 


H. O. N. 


pF; L; E... 




eF;eS 


1744,a 

1743 
1744,6 
1744, c 
1744, d 
1747 

1744, e 
1744.A 


R. nova ? 


B; S; R; gmbM; conn with 
M. 101. 
pB; cL; vmE90+; smbMN 
vF; pL; gvlbM ~j all conn 
F; pS; ill; glbM S- uith 
vF;pL;iR; vlbMJ M. 101. 
vF- pL- iR; vgvlbM 


R. nova 
R. nova 
R. nova 




vF- vS 


R. nova 
R. nova 


F; pL; IE; vlbM 1 conn with 
P B;pS;R;psbM/ M. 101. 



MDCCCLX1V. 



114 



SIR .1. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
Pfo.of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
snd H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


SirW. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


3769 
3770 
3771 

3772 

3773 
3774 

3775 

3776 

3777 
3778 
3779 
3780 
3781 
3782 
3783 
3784 
3/85 
3786 
3787 
3788 
3789 
3790 
3791 
3792 
3793 
3794 
3795 
3796 
3797 
3798 
3799 
3800 
3801 
3802 
3803 
3804 
3805 
3806 
3807 
3808 
3809 
3810 
3811 
3812 
3813 
3814 
3815 
3816 
3817 
3818 
3819 

3320 

3821 

3822 

3823 
3824 
3825 


h. 


II. 


D'Arrest, 95 
M. 101 
R. nova 

A. 431 
R.nova? 
K. nova? 


h in 8 
13 58 8 
13 58 12-9 
13 58 14-1 

13 58 39-9 
13 58 49-8 
13 58 53-9 
13 59 1-0 
13 59 8-7 
13 59 14-1 
13 59 19-3 
13 59 26-2 
13 59 30-1 
13 59 30-2 
13 59 50-7 
13 59 59-3 
14 20-7 
14 34-6 
14 49-1 
14 S4.-3 
14 55-8 
14 1 24-6 
14 1 42-5 
14 1 43-2 
14 1 46-3 
14 2 26-5 
14 2 26-5 
14 2 34-8 
14 2 45-6 
14 3 10-0 
14 3 17-4 
14 3 59-6 
14 4 1-8 
14 4 12-2 
14 4 16-2 
14 4 23-5 
14 5 5-6 
14 5 13-3 
14 5 59-1 
14 6 + 
14 6 5-9 
14 6 36-4 
14 6 51-3 
14 6 54-8 
14 7 49-9 
14 8 20-7 
14 8 23-6 

14 8 + 

14 8 31-0 
14 8 47-0 

14 9 17-5 

14 9 18-9 
14 9 40-1 

14 9 41-8 
14 9 53 
14 10 2-1 


+ 2-92 
2-127 
2-131 

3-807 
2-125 
2-122 
3-449 
2-700 
3-129 
2-120 
2-118 
2-955 
3-129 
2-096 
2-149 
2-061 
2-994 
3-138 
2-104 
3-085 
2-225 
2-223 
2-958 
3-704 
2-073 
2-073 
2-071 
3-520 
3-775 
2-846 
2-988 
2-817 
3-126 
3-475 
3-419 
2-265 
3-050 
3-105 
3-105 
3-104 
2-801 
2-482 
3-848 
2-196 
3-010 
2-871 

2-725 

2-725 
2-53 

1-899 

2-53 
2-533 

3-742 

2-92 
+ 2-926 


[2] 
1 

3 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

2 
1 
1. 

(2) 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 :: 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

3 
1 

1 

1 

[2] 

1 


77 27 4 
34 57 22-3 
35 2 42-3 

137 38 52-1 
34 59 40-3 
34 56 57-3 
119 20 28-8 
60 48 11-1 
94 46 56-5 
34 59 23-1 
34 57 22-8 
79 57 25-5 
94 46 56-5 
34 25 50-5 
35 40 25-5 
33 35 24-6 
83 17 26-0 
95 25 38-7 
34 52 19-0 
91 1 21-4 
38 37 18-1 
38 37 47-8 
80 24 17-5 
132 39 20-2 
34 19 14-9 
34 19 14-9 
34 16 45-6 
122 58 35-7 
135 25 33-1 
71 47 18-4 
82 58 10-5 
69 43 45-5 
94 22 49-9 
119 59 46-6 
116 26 51-6 
40 46 9-3 
88 5 4-7 
92 32 43-5 
92 33 + 
92 29 28-5 
68 54 40-9 
50 1 53-6 
137 27 28-0 
38 59 31-4 
84 56 4-5 
74 13 59-5 

64 + 

64 55-2 
52 56 57-7 

31 34 24-3 

53 6 33-7 
53 7 33-7 

132 43 31-1 

78 28 
78 32 18-1 


+ 17"'40 
17-41 
17-41 

17-37 
17-39 
17-38 
17-36 
17-37 
17-35 
17-37 
17-36 
17-35 
17-36 
17-35 
17-35 
17-32 
17-30 
17-29 
17-30 
17-28 
17-27 
17-26 
17-25 
17-24 
17-23 
17-23 
17-22 
17-19 
17-17 
17-18 
17-15 
17-15 
17-13 
17-12 
17-12 
17-11 
17-09 
17-05 
17-05 
17-05 
17-03 
17-02 

17-00 
16-98 
16-95 
16-95 

16-94 

16-94 
16-93 

16-91 

16-89 
16-89 

16-87 
16-87 
+ 16-87 


[2] 
1 

3 

1 

2 
1 
1 

1 
1 


F;pS ., 



5*t 
0* 

3 

ro* 
to* 

4 
3 

It 
It 

1 

3 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
2 
4 
5 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 

3 
2 
5 
2 
2 
1 
1 



5 


3* 



2 

1 

3 


1744 
- 1744,0 

3555 

1744, /( 

1744,; 

3556 
1746 
1745 




pB; vL;iR;g,vsmbMBSN.. 
vF; pL; II; vlbM; conn with 
M. 101. 
Cl; vL; vlC; st 8 






III. 788? 
III. 789? 


3 ; pS ; R ; psbM \ conn with 
pB;pL;iR;gbM/ M.I 01. 
pF; S- R- pslbM 


VI. 9 
III. 286 
III. 788 
III. 789 
III. 58 

I. 231 
1.214 
II. 800 




Cl; L; vRi; vmC; stll 




F; L; R; vgbM 




vF; vS; 2nd of 31 inv in f 
vF; vS; 3rd of 3J M. 101. \ 
eF; S; IE 










1745, a 

1748 


11. nova 


pB; S;E 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1:: 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

i 
i 

3 

2 
2 
1 
1 

3 
1 

1 

1 
[2] 
1 


pB; S; R; gbM 




pB; L; bM 


1750 
1749 
1751 




)B; S; pmE; bM 




F;mE;vglbM 


III. 287 
III. 790 
III. 762 
II. 692 
II. 693 
III. 59 




F;pS;iR 




vF; pL 






vF; vS 






F; pS; vgbM; npof2 






F; vS;smbM ; stellar ;sf of 2 
eF; S 






3557 




pF; vL;R; vgbM 


III. 791 
1.232 
II. 801 




vF; S; R; pof2 






cB- R; vgbM; fof2 






F- pL 


3558 
3559 
1752 
1753 
1754 
1755 
3560 
3561 




F; R; *8snr 






vF- S; R; bM 


III. 32 
II. 890 
II. 876 
IV. 46 




cF- cS- R- sbMF J 




pB;pS; R; gbM; r 




pB- vS; E 




pB- vS - R- psmbM*; #18inv. 




pB; L; R; gbM; rr 






vF; S; R; bM; * sf 


III. 674 




cF- cS- iR 


1756 

1757 
1757, 
1758 
1759 
1760 
3562 




vF; S; rr 


II. 687 




pB- L; E20 + ; IbM 


R. nova 


3' dist from h. 1757 


IV. 49 

11.877 
HI. 685 


cF- S- R- stellar 




oB- pL: iR .. 




vF- S- vlE 




pF; S;R;psbM;S nf ... 
F- S- IE; stellar 


III. 676 




1761 




F- S- R; bM 


III. 644 




vF- vS; E; aD neb 


> 1762, a 

1762 
1764, a 

1763^ 

1764,6 
1764 

3563 


R. 3 nova; 


3 "knots "near h. 1762 


III. 134 


F;pL;pmE90; *10np ... 


R. nova 

I 


III. 804 
III. 835 


V F- S- E- r .. 


y 

R. nova 


vF 


III. 414 


cF; pL; vmE110-3; 
vgvmbM. 
!; vF; pmE; esvmbM*12 ... 
F- S- R- 111.47 f 10 s -4 






D'Arrest, 96 


1765 


III. 47 


vF- vS- R- gbM; r 







OF XEBri..K AND Cl.rslT.RS OF STARS. 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


KgU 

Ascension 

1860, J:.n. 0. 


Annual 

in 
Right 

-ion 
for isso. 


of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
tsa 

1-(H .hui. (i. 


Anniuil 

in 
N.l'.D. 
for 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 

11 the 
Observations, Remarks, &<. 


Total 

No. of 
tilllfi 

of Ob. 

In 1,. 
ami 11. 


SirJ. H.V Sir \V. H.'s 
Catalogues t'l i 
of NebttUe, and N 


Other 
Authorities. 


3826 
3827 
3828 
3829 
3830 
3831 
3832 
3833 
3834 

3835 
3836 
3837 
3838 
3839 
3840 
3841 
3842 
3843 
3844 
3845 
3846 
3847 
3848 
3849 
3850 
385) 
3852 
3853 
3854 
3855 
3856 
3857 
3858 
3859 
3860 
3861 
3862 
3863 
3864 
3865 
3866 
3867 
3868 
3869 
3870 
3871 
3872 

3873 

3874 
3875 
3876 
3877 
3878 
3879 
3880 
3881 
3882 
3883 


h. 
1766 
1768 
1767 


IF. 
11.418 
III. 731 




h in s 

14 10 10-3 
14 10 40-3 
14 10 43-5 
14 10 44-s 
14 10 45-3 
14 10 48-4 
14 10 53-9 
14 11 8-5 
14 11 + 

14 11 13-9 

14 11 29-6 
14 11 36-1 
14 11 38-1 
14 11 43-6 
14 11 43-8 
14 12 12-9 
14 12 24-5 
14 12 32-5 
14 12 50-8 
14 13 1-0 
14 13 16-5 
14 13 20-8 
14 13 28-5 
14 13 31-7 
14 13 52-1 
14 14 1-1 
14 14 31-5 
14 14 45-4 
14 15 1-5 
14 15 5-4 
14 15 18-1 
14 15 30-3 
14 15 30-7 
14 15 30-8 
14 15 43-3 
14 15 47-9 
14 16 13-4 
14 16 25-3 
14 16 32-5 
14 16 41-3 
14 16 46-6 
14 16 49-7 
14 16 53-9 
14 17 7-S 
14 17 17-0 
14 17 24-4 
14 17 28-1 

14 17 32-1 

14 17 36-5 
14 17 43-9 
14 17 48-1 
14 18 3-6 
14 18 6-3 
14 18 9-9 
14 18 12-4 

14 18 + 


8 

+ 2-549 
2-462 
2-960 
1-789 

2-968 
2-459 
2-968 
2-521 
2-521 

2-968 
+ 2-970 
-0-747 
+ 2-720 
2-970 
2-897 
2-701 
3-475 
2-517 
2-723 
3-013 
3-014 
2-541 
3-014 
2-967 
3-023 
3-022 
2-536 
2-535 
2-440 
3-02 
1-909 
2-879 
2-534 
2-531 
2-532 
3-474 
4-121 
2-689 
3-291 
-489 
3-292 
-419 
2-978 
2-866 
2-134 
2-414 
3-107 

3-243 

4-345 
0-726 
2-380 
2-714 
2-566 
6-643 
2-530 

+ 2-530 


3 
1 

1 
3 

3 

2 

2 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 

0) 
1 

2 
1 
3 

I 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

2 

I 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 


53 59 51-1 
49 51 34--' 
81 10 12-2 
29 20 6-5 
81 39 52-2 
49 45 41-2 
81 46 46-3 
52 46 41-6 
52 46 + 

81 46 56-3 
81 59 + 
10 44 46-7 
64 12 39-0 
81 58 40-7 
76 27 52-7 
63 4 49-8 
118 36 20-5 
52 51 11-8 
64 32 41-9 
85 21 16-6 
85 25 7-3 
54 13 56-6 
85 24 7-3 
81 50 21-0 
86 6 53-4 
86 5 8-4 
54 9 46-8 
54 8 52-2 
49 39 28-2 
85 53 50 
32 38 5-9 
75 26 38-0 
54 13 57-3 
54 5 13-3 
54 9 17-0 
118 1 55-4 
144 9 51-1 
62 58 37-8 
106 5 6-5 
52 14 23-; 
106 7 34-2 
49 2 30-5 
82 46 50-2 
75 43 22-6 
38 49 32-9 
48 58 44-6 
92 34 12-0 

102 32 27-0 

148 59 58-4 
17 47 31-9 
47 35 13-0 
64 45 34-4 
56 18 59-4 
167 46 0-3 
54 29 56-4 

54 30 + 


+ 16-87 
16-84 
16-84 
16-85 
16-85 
16-84 
16-83 
16-82 
16-82 

16-81 
16-80 
16-79 
16-80 
16-79 
16-79 
16-76 
16-75 
16-76 
16-73 
16-72 
16-71 
16-72 
16-72 
16-70 
16-68 
16-68 
16-66 
16-64 
16-64 
16-64 
16-63 
16-60 
16-61 
16-61 
16-60 
16-58 
16-55 
16-56 
16-55 
16-55 
16-54 
16-55 
16-54 
16-52 
16-53 
16-52 
16-50 

16-50 

16-48 
16-53 
16-50 
16-48 
16-48 
16-41 
16-48 

+ 16-48 


3 

1 
1 
3 

4 
3 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 

1 
1 

1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 


l>B ; R ; vsmbM ; 2 or 3 st in v 
cF; vS; R; pof2 


4 

2 
1 
3 

5 

4 


2 

2* 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2* 
3 
4* 
1 

4 
2 
2 
3 
1 
5 

3 
3 
1* 
3* 
4* 
2 
1 
1* 
4 
2 
4 
3 
5 
3 
1 
3 
2 

3 

1 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 
3 








F;pL;iF;gbM 


III. 805 




eF; vS; R; stellar 


1770," 
1769 
1770, ft 
1771 
1771, 

1770 


K. nova 


vF 


III. 732 


cF; S; R;gbM 


H. nova 


vF 


11.419 


F; pS; E80; DorbiN 


11. nova 


Makes D or biN neb will, 
h.1771. 
pB;cS;gbM 


III. 551 
III. 948 
II. 194 
III. 552 










eF;vS;EO+ 


1773 

1772 
17/4 
1775 
3564 
177^ 
1777 
1778 
1779 
1780 
1779," 
1781 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1785 
1/86 
1783, a 
1790 
1787 
1789 
1788 
1791 
3565 
3566 




cF; pS; II; vsvmbM* 




vF; vS; R 




vF; cS; pmE 






V F;S;1E 






eF; L; S # inv 


I. 99 
111.347 
PL 579 
I. 144 




cB; S; R; vsbM* 




vF;S;vlE;bM 




pF; cL; E- gbM 




B;pL; R;psbM;r; *12nf . 
P F ; R 






II. nova 


Place from MS. 


III. 12 
1.145 
1.146 
111.415 


F; S- iR 




pF; pS; IE; p of 2 




B; S; 11; vsmbM; f of 2 




vF; cL; p of 2 




pB; S; fof 2 


II. 754 




pB;pS; R;bMFN; *sp ... 
L; F; vmE 


R. nova 


I. 235 
III. 110 


pF; L; iR; vgrabM; r 




F; cS; vlE; *8 sf 




vF; R; gbM; #8 sf 


III. 416 
HI. 417 
III. 924 





vF; S; R; npof2 




cF; S; R; bM*; sfof 2 




F; S; E;gvlbM; r 


A. 357 


Cl; vlRi; vlC; stlO 


III. 135 
III. 121 
III. 418 
III. 122 
III. 733 
III.927 
11.177 
11.694 
III. 734 
III. 668 

III. 120 


eF; vS; stellar 


1792 
1795 
1793 
1796 
1794 
1797 




F; pL; R; vgbM; pof2 ... 
eF; S; R; stellar 







vF;L; vlE; vglbM; f of 2 ... 
F;vS;R;bM 






F; S;1E 





pB; pS; gbM 




pF; pS; IE; mbM 


1800 
1799 
f 1798^1 

\3569j 
3568 





cF; pS; R; gbM 




F; pS; R; vgbM*; r 




vF;pL;R;vgbM 


A. 313 


Cl; S; pC; stL&S 


II. 331 
II. 673 
III. 136 


pF- cS- iR; bM; er 


1801 
1802 
1803 
3567 
1804 

M804, 




F; pL; IE; vglbM 




vF; S;pmEO+; *9 f 
F- S; R; bM 








vF- E- gbM; r 


II. 420 




pB; S; R; smbM 


R. 3 novse 


1. 1804 is D; 2 others near .. 



116 



SIE J. P. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
18GO, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
Df Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'B 
Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


3884 
3885 
3886 
3887 
3888 
3889 
3890 
3891 
3892 
3893 
3894 
3895 
3896 
3897 
3898 

3899 
3900 

3901 
3902 
3903 
3904 
3905 
3906 
3907 
3908 
3909 
3910 
3911 
3912 
3913 
3914 
3915 
3916 
3917 
3918 
3919 
3920 
3921 
3922 
3923 
3924 
3925 
3926 


h. 
1805 
3570 

1806 


H. 
III. 419 




h m s 
14 18 31-3 


+ 2-496 
4-417 
3-095 
3-000 
0-680 
2-952 
2-177 
2-552 
2-408 
3-508 
2-907 
2-685 
2-374 
1-865 
3-068 

2-243 
3-146 

2-657 
3-020 
2-728 
3-020 
3-020 
+ 2-602 
-1-635 
+ 2-608 
3-826 
2-964 
2-867 
3-066 
2-982 
2-583 
2-478 
2-868 
2-499 
3-067 
2-686 
2-122 
2-977 
4-256 
2-951 
2-916 
1-686 
3-002 
2-924 
3-887 
0-855 
2-563 
2-100 
2-988 
2-470 
1-758 
2-110 
2-6/8 
2-988 
2-454 
2-454 
1-902 
3-880 
+ 2-120 


1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 

2 
1 

1 
1 
2 
2 

1 

1 
2 
2 
2 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 


52 54 5-8 
150 5 16-7 
91 37 28-4 
84 33 53-8 
17 44 24-0 
81 7 26-2 
40 48 47-2 
56 7 10-9 
49 24 57-6 
119 7 31-7 
77 59 10-7 
63 31 30-7 
48 6 50-7 
32 47 47'7 
89 49 7-8 

43 13 13-4 

95 20 26-8 

61 57 59-1 
86 5 58-2 
66 11 4-5 
86 8 14-2 
86 8 + 
58 58 19-5 
9 18 14-0 
59 21 35-9 
133 34 30-1 
82 5 56-7 
75 22 18-4 
89 42 5-1 
83 23 45-1 
58 9 43-1 
53 46-8 
75 27 56-8 
54 2 59-5 
89 45 4-8 
63 59 8-9 
39 45 49-2 
83 7 34-6 
145 56 31-0 
81 18 15-0 
78 51 33-5 
29 54 6-1 
84 55 54-5 
79 28 9-2 
135 20 29-9 
19 44 5-4 
57 43 21-2 
39 26 14-5 
83 55 1-9 
53 4 35-9 
31 27 43-7 
39 55 14-7 
63 54 56-1 
84 1 3-8 
52 50 57-8 
52 53 2-5 
34 53 55-5 
134 25 46-3 
40 38 43-5 


+ 16-46 
16-39 
16-38 
16-36 
16-40 
16-34 
16-34 
16-33 
16-32 
16-29 
16-29 
16-29 
16-29 
16-29 
16-26 

16-28 
16-26 

16-27 
16-24 
16-25 
16-24 
16-24 
16-25 
16-30 
16-23 
16-17 
16-19 
16-18 
16-17 
16-17 
16-17 
16-16 
16-16 
16-15 
16-16 
16-13 
16-14 
16-12 
16-10 
16-10 
16-05 
16-07 
16-05 
16-04 
16-03 
16-08 
16-04 
16-05 
16-03 
16-03 
15-99 
15-99 
15-97 
15-96 
15-86 
15-85 
15-85 
15-81 
+ 15-85 


1 

3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 

2 
1 

1 
1 

2 
2 

1 
1 

2 
2 
2 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
4 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 


vF; S; cE; vgbM; er 


2 
3 
1 
1 
1* 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
5 
5 


4 
3 

2 
2 
3 
3 

1 
1 
3 
2 
5 
2 

3 
2 
2 
1 
5 

1 
2* 
3 
2* 
5 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 
2 
5 
2 
3 
2 
2 
6 
5 
2 
2 
1 
3 


A. 302 


4 19 23-2 
14 20 1-3 


Cl; L; plli; pCM; st 8 


III. 73 


eF; S 




14 20 15-9 
14 20 17-6 
4 20 54-8 


vF; S; R; vgbM 


III. 319 
III. 14 
III. 677 
II. 329 




eF; vS 


1807 
1809 
1808 
1810 
3571 
1811 
1812 
1814 
1820 




eeF; L; r 




14 21 3-9 
14 21 12-5 


vF; pS; vlE; vglbM 




cF; S; R; vsmbM; r 




14 21 25-6 


vF; S; R; gbM 






14 21 35-0 
14 21 47-6 


eF; S; R 






vF; vS; R; *9sp 






14 21 59-6 


pF; S; R; gbM 


II. 674 
1.236 




14 22 4-2 
14 22 10-2 


F; S; E90+;gbM 




B; S; R; psb.MrN 


Auw. N. 33 


14 22 12-0 


Neb *1 If 150" (Bond, May, 
1853). 
cB; pS; R; pglbM 


1818 
1813 

1815 
1816 
1819 
1817 
1817, a 
1821 


1.185 
I. 70 

III. 132 
II. 580 
II. 357 
11.581 


14 22 14-2 
14 22 14-9 

14 22 20-8 
14 "2 34-6 




; vB; cL; R; gbM; rrr; 
st!9; *17sf. 
F; S; E;sbM 






eF; cL; R; np of 2 




14 22 35-7 


vF;S;R;vgbM 




14 22 36-8 
14 23 + 
14 22 41-4 
14 23 2-9 
14 23 11-4 
14 23 40-3 
14 23 43-8 
14 23 54-1 
14 24 3-0 
14 24 4-0 
14 24 7-8 
14 24 14-9 
14 24 17-5 
14 24 34-5 
14 24 48-0 
14 24 52-7 
14 24 53-3 
14 24 59-9 
14 25 7-9 
14 25 31-6 
14 26 19-7 
14 26 22-6 
14 26 22-9 
14 26 28-2 
14 26 28-4 
14 26 35-4 
14 26 39-7 
14 26 42-1 
14 26 53-5 
14 26 53-6 
14 27 51-2 
14 27 51-3 
14 27 55-2 
14 28 8-6 
14 30 6-5 
14 30 18-9 
14 30 26-8 
14 30 28-4 
14 30 29-8 


cB; pL; R; sfof 2 


R. nova 


Makes a BD neb with h.1817 
vF; R; *7p; *lls 


III.949 
III. 126 




eF; S; IE 


1822 
3572 
1823 
1824 




cF; S; * inv; *12 nf 


A. 469 


pB;L; R; vglbM; st inv ... 
cF; pL; iR; gbM 


II. 150 
III. 645 




eF;vS;npof2 


Auw. N. 34 


Neb R (Bond, May, 1853)... 
pB; pL; vlE; bM 


1825 

1826 
1828 
1827 
1829 


II. 891 
II. 330 
III. 420 




pF-pS; R; bM 




F; S; E?; Jinv? 




eeF; sfof 2 


11.421 




pF; pL; R; mbM; r 


Auw. N. 35 


Neb; F; E(Bond,May,1853) 
eF 


1831 
1832 
1830 
3573 
1833 
1834 




II. 695 

II. 892 




pB; L; iR; vgbM 




vF- pS; IE 


A. 342 


Cl- L- plli; 1C; st 9 


II. 27 


pB- pL; R; gbM; r 




vF; vS; R; stellar 


II. 807 
11. 574 
II. 79 




pB; pS; E0 


1835 




F- pS; vlE; *14inv 


3927 
3928 
3929 
3930 
3931 
3932 
3933 
3934 
3935 
3936 
3937 
393 
393S 
394C 
3941 
3942 




F- L; R; IbM; r 


3574 




vF; S; cE; bet2st 


III. 882 
III. 310 
11.696 
II. 893 
II. 422 
1.237 
I. 189 
III. 283 
II. 894 
III. 421 




vF; pL; R; bM -... 


1836 
1838 
1837 
1839 
1843 
1842 
1840 
1841 
1844 
1845 
1849 
3575 
1848 




vF; vL;iR;lbM; *p 




F; S; cE; *15 np 




oF- pS; R; gbM 




F- pS; E; bM 




B; L; 1EO; vgmbM 




B; L; E45+;pgbM; r ... 
vF; vS; R; r; 3st9,10np... 
vF; S; R; *12att 








F- cS; R; bM; pof2 




vF; S; R; fof 2 


II. 808 




pF- S; IF; r; *10 f 




F; S; vgbM; am st 


I. 188 




cB; S; E90+; psmbM ... 





OF NEBULJE AND CLUSTERS OF STATis. 



117 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Riijht 
'-ion 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

1'rt i'>n 
in 
Right 

QUOD 

for !>-" 


No. 
of 
Ob. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precv 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Ob*, 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Companion of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

ofOb. 
byh. 
and 11. 


Sir .T. H.'s 
Catnl 
of Nebulii'. 


Sir \V. H.'S 
Classes 

and Nos. 


Other 

Aiitli'iritii'<. 


3943 
3944 
3945 
3946 
3947 
3948 
3949 
3950 
1051 


h. 
Il848, 

1846 
1847 
1851 

| 1851, <i 

1850 
1853 
1852 
3576 


H. 


R. 3 novae 


h in s 
14 30 + 

14 30 30-7 
14 30 4 .'.> 
14 31 38-1 

14 32 + 

14 31 38-2 
14 31 38-8 
14 31 38-9 
14 32 4-2 
14 32 12-5 
14 32 12-8 
14 32 20-6 
14 32 26-5 
14 32 26-6 
14 32 46-2 
14 32 50-2 
14 32 55-7 
14 32 57-9 
14 32 59'9 
14 33 2-8 
14 33 15-1 
14 33 16-5 
14 33 19-0 
14 33 29-2 
14 33 39-6 
14 33 44-9 

14 34 + 

14 33 49-6 
14 33 53 
14 34 38-1 

14 34 40-0 
14 34 41-8 
14 34 51-9 
14 35 2-8 
14 36 29-1 
14 36 42-8 
14 37 12-6 
14 37 17-6 
14 37 23-1 
14 37 48-7 
14 38 25-5 
14 38 57-4 
14 39 9-0 
14 39 24-3 
14 39 47-5 
14 39 54-0 
14 39 54-2 
14 41 13-2 
14 43 44-7 
14 43 52-3 
14 44 58-6 
14 46 13-3 
14 46 16-8 
14 46 17-5 
14 46 34-3 


s 
+ 2-120 

3-032 
3-070 

2-448 

2-488 

2-321 
2-325 
2-404 
3-477 
2-594 
2-986 
2-754 
2-593 
2-351 
2-351 
2-760 
+ 2-761 
1-318 
+ 3-068 
2-175 
4-353 
3-198 
3-326 
2-172 
3-014 
3-069 

2-170 

2-170 
3-03 
3-325 

3M97 
2-281 
2-281 
2-387 
2-598 
2-773 
2-297 
3039 
3-276 
3-035 
2-880 
4-258 
3-068 
1-892 
2-368 
3-293 
3-362 
2-773 
4-208 
2-985 
3-104 
3-003 
2-551 
2-295 
+ 2-551 


1 
1 

2 

(2) 
1:: 
2 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
9 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1?? 
2 
2 
1 
1 

1 

[1] 

2 

2 
1 
1 

2 

1 

3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
1 


a t It 

40 38 + 

87 6 6-6 
89 46 46-6 
52 49 33-4 

52 50 + 

47 36 0-4 
47 45 53-4 
50 55 57-4 
115 55 37-2 
59 53 49-2 
84 1 23-2 
68 53 19-9 
59 53 48-9 
48 52 33-2 
48 56 49-6 
69 21 2-0 
69 24 52-0 
10 33 44-4 
89 40 43-0 
42 44 30-0 
146 56 49-8 
98 30 48-4 
106 52 1-1 
42 42 29-7 
85 56 1-8 
89 42 24-5 

42 41 + 

42 40 59-1 
87 12 42 
106 38 34-0 

98 24 7-0 
46 36 11-3 
46 37 41-0 
50 45 12-7 
60 40 46-3 
70 31 5-7 
47 34 26-1 
87 43 15-8 
103 20 50-5 
87 26 59-9 
77 18 32-0 
143 56 9-2 
89 38 40-5 
35 59 5-8 
50 40 19-9 
104 15 56-3 
108 29 45-3 
70 54 33-2 
142 5 25-1 
84 17 597 
91 57 9'6 
85 27 35-5 
59 35 3-5 
48 49 8-8 
59 37 52-9 


// 

+ 15-85 

15-82 
15-82 
15-78 

15-78 

15-78 
15-78 
15-78 
15-74 
15-74 
15-74 
15-73 
15-73 
15-74 
15-72 
15-70 
15-70 
15-78 
15-70 
15-70 
15-66 
15-68 
15-67 
15-69 
15-66 
15-65 

15-67 

15-67 
15-64 
15-60 

15-60 
15-61 
15-60 
15-59 
15-51 
15-49 
15-47 
15-46 
15-45 
15-43 
15-40 
15-34 
15-35 
15-36 
15-33 
15-31 
15-31 
15-24 
15-07 
15-09 
15-02 
14-95 
14-95 
14-96 
+ 14-93 


3 
1 
3 

1 
1:: 
3 

1 
1 
4 

2 
1 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1?? 
2 
1 
2 
1 

1 

D] 

2 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

3 

1 


3 novas, one mottled 




4 
3 
4 



3 

2 
4 
3 
1 
5 
1 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 
\ 
3 
2 
1 
1* 
3 
2 
3 
3 



1 

3* 

3 

2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
4 
2 
3 
2 


II. 582 
II. 681 
II. 423 


vF; mEorhiNl40+;*6-7p 
|>B;pS; lEjgbM 






pB;cS; R; bM; r 


R. 2 novae 


No description 


II. 648 
II. 675 
II. 700 
II. 196 
III. 1-7 
II. 575 
III. 894 
HI. 128 
II. 649 


cF;cS; R;lbM;r 


3952 
3953 
3954 
3955 

3956 

^017 




1 ; \S; R; bM; 4Bstp 




rF; cS; IE; in Aofst 




oB; cS; R ; psbM; r; * nr ... 
eF; vS 




1854 




cB; pS; R; mbM ; *15 p ... 
vF; vS 




IQiSi 


. 


vF; vS; ill 


3959 
3960 

3961 
3962 
3963 

^Qfi-4 


1855 
1859 
1856 

1858 




F;eS;lEO+ 




F;pL;EO+;gbM 


III. 895 




vF;S; vgbM; *f;pof2 ... 
eF; vS"; Jatt; f of 2 




III. 950 
I. 182 
III. 675 




vF; S; R;S Cl p 


1857 
1861 
3577 




cB; pL; R; psrabM; r 


3965 




vF; pS; iE; $ n; 1st of 3 ... 
Cl;L;pRi;CM;stll...l3... 
Cl; P L;eRi;vmC 


3966 
3967 
3968 
3969 
3970 
3971 
3972 
3973 
3974 
3975 
3976 
3977 

3978 
3979 
3980 
3981 
3982 
3983 
3984 
3985 
3986 
3987 
39s 
3989 
3990 
3991 
3992 
3993 
3994 
3995 
3996 
3997 
3998 
3999 
4000 
4001 
4002 


A. 333 


VI. 8 
HI. 671 


I860 
1864 
1862 
1863 

\ 1865,0 
1865 




vF; pL; R 




vF; S; R; Jnr; 2nd of 3 ... 
vF;S; R; vglbM; *8'9nf... 
pF;S;lE;bM 


HI. 550 
II. 682 






R. 3 novae 


h. 1865 is quadruple; ? F neb 
connecting. 
vF; S; R;psbM;3rd of 3... 
O?! v l": S; disc; *15n95"... 
pF; pL; pmE45 + ;mbM; 
*10s. 
F; pL; E;r 






D'Arrest, 97 


1866 

3578 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1873 
1872 
3579 
1874 


I. 184 

III. 508 
III. 657 
111.658 
III. 686 
HI. 133 
III. 896 
I. 171 
II. 538 






vF; cS; E90+ 




vF;eS;IE 




vF; S; R;lbM 




vF; L; iH; IbM 




vF;cS; R; vglbM 




pB; S; R; smblVI; r; * nr ... 
pB;L;iR;gbM;r 






vF;S;E;p8lbM 


I. 126 
HI. 48 




B;L; vmE; bMBN 




eF;S 


3580 

1875 
1877 
1878 
3581 
1876 
1879 
3582 
1880 

1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 


A. 356 


Cl;pL; pRi;lC;stl0...11... 
pF; pS; vlE; r 


I. 183 
II. 809 
III. 687 




F; S; vlE; A 2 st 10.11 ... 
cF; cS; R; bM 






pB; pL; pniE; gpmbM 


111.690 
III. 885 




vF; S; ill; IbM 




vF;vS;cE 90; vglbM 




Cl; vF; vS; vC 






D neb; both eF 


III. 373 
II. 576 
HI. 129 




F;R:bMFN;S*s 




cF; S; vlE; bM;?biN 
vF; S; R; pgbM 






pB; pL; IE; pslbM ; *8np... 
vF; S; R; pgbM 


HI. 130 









118 



SIB J. F. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
18GO, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Eight 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 

No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
bv h. 
and II. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. II.'s 
Cla 
and jNos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4003 
4004 
4005 
4006 
4007 
4008 
4009 
4010 
4011 
4012 
4013 
4014 
4015 
4016 
4017 
4018 
4019 

4020 
4021 
4022 
4023 
4024 
4025 
4026 
4027 
4028 
4029 
4030 
4031 
4032 
4033 
4034 
4035 
4036 
4037 
4038 
4039 
4040 
4041 
4042 
4043 
4044 
4045 
4046 
4047 
4048 
4049 
4050 
4051 
4052 
4053 
4054 
4055 
4056 
4057 
4058 
405S 
4060 
4061 
4062 


li. 
1885,0 
1885 


H. 
III.554 


R. nova 


li in s 

14 46 50-9 
14 4G 58-9 
14 47 33 
14 47 33-0 
14 48 52-2 
14 49 5-8 
14 49 57-8 
14 50 2-4 
14 50 41-1 
14 50 51'7 
14 51 12-5 
14 51 21-5 
14 51 46-4 
14 51 48-3 
14 51 49'4 
14 52 5-8 
14 52 31-1 

14 52 + 
14 52 53-9 
14 53 0-6 
14 53 11-2 
14 53 28-2 
14 53 51-4 
14 54 5-4 
14 54 15-4 
14 54 22-9 
14 54 29'9 
14 54 50-6 
14 55 2-0 
14 55 20-2 
14 57 2-4 
14 57 32-3 
14 57 32-5 
14 57 469 
14 57 54-8 
14 58 21-5 
14 58 21-9 
14 58 41-7 
14 58 51-0 
14 59 1-9 

14 59 

14 59 23-5 
14 59 29 
15 2-6 
15 16-5 
15 16-5 
15 44-0 
15 1 1-8 
15 1 9-2 
15 1 14-4 
15 1 29-3 
15 1 37-4 
15 2 30-8 
15 2 36-1 
15 2 36-3 
15 2 + 
15 2 41 
15 2 41-0 
15 5 10-7 


s 
+ 3-009 
3-009 
3-02 
1-555 
3-344 
2-229 
3-877 
2-227 
2-532 
3-382 
3-081 
1-979 
1-977 
2-534 
5-894 
4-224 
1-973 

1-973 
+ 3-034 
0-023 
+ 3-296 
3-185 
1-781 
3-037 
3-038 
1-784 
1-781 
1-781 
4-347 
4-409 
3-045 
0-165 
6-045 
+ 3-675 
-0-262 
+ 3-030 
3-037 
3-755 
5-033 
3-036 

3-038 

3-038 
3-03 
3-039 
2-848 
2-848 
3-021 
2-725 
2-725 
2-746 
2-179 
3-255 
3-013 
3-057 
1-639 
1-639 
3-05 
3-057 
+ 1-792 


1 

[1] 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

(1) 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

1 

P] 
1 
1 
1 
3 
(3) 
(3) 
1:: 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 

[i] 
i 
i 


85 53 7-0 
85 53 7-0 
86 27 8 
30 26 567 
106 40 4-7 
46 52 39-0 
131 27 21-3 
46 56 4-2 
59 12 55-0 
108 42 27-1 
90 31 47-8 
39 44 42-1 
39 44 55-2 
59 28 16-9 
161 52 27-1 
141 21 29-4 
39 45 19-0 

39 45 + 
87 32 48-8 
16 24 35-3 
103 36 47-9 
96 53 29-6 
35 37 32-1 
87 44 16-7 
87 49 46-1 
35 35 32-7 
35 32 4-1 
35 32 4-1 
143 47 24-0 
145 2 17-4 
88 14 41-0 
17 45 19-6 
162 19 4-3 
122 34 35-2 
15 36 18-3 
87 21 21-6 
87 49 21-6 
125 47 8-4 
154 8 <J-5 
87 46 20-4 

87 51 + 

87 50 41-3 
87 26 48 
87 54 47-6 
76 36 4-3 
76 36 4-3 
86 53 20-4 
69 54 1-8 
69 56 1-8 
71 1 0-5 
46 49 50-5 
100 46 50-6 
86 24 19-8 
89 5-5 
33 41 39-4 
33 42 + 
88 55 48 
88 59 25-5 
36 55 21-6 


+ H-91 
14-90 
14-87 
14-89 
14-79 
14-80 
14-71 
14-74 
14-70 
14-67 
14-66 
14-67 
14-64 
14-63 
14-57 
14-58 
14-60 

14-60 
14-56 
14-61 
14-53 
14-52 
14-48 
14-49 
14-47 
14-49 
14-47 
14-47 
14-40 
14-38 
14-30 
14-32 
14-21 
14-24 
14-31 
14-22 
14-22 
14-18 
14'15 
14-18 

14-16 

14-16 
14-15 

14-12 
14-11 
14-11 
14-08 
14-06 
14-06 
14-05 
14-05 
14'02 
13-96 
13-95 
13-98 
13-98 
13-95 
13-95 
+ 13'82 


1 

[1] 

2 

1 
1 
2 
j 

1 


eF; 2'ph. 1885 




4 


1 
1 
3 
1 

2 
2 
2 

1 
1 
2 
4* 

1 

2 



2 
1 
1 
4 
2* 
2 
1 
1 
1* 

1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
* 

2 

2 

1* 
1* 
5 

4*f 
4t 
2 
2 
2 
4 
1 

2t 


5 
1 


F; pS;vmE148-4;gvlbM... 
vF; pL; vlhM; *8'9p; 225"s 
vF; vS;lE 


IV Arrest, 98 


1886 
1887 
3583 
1888 
1890 
1889 


III. 806 




F; S; R; bM; *16 sp 


II. 676 




pB; S; R;smbM; stellar ... 
F; mE; L# sf 




II. 677 
III. 976 
III. 691 
II. 683 




F;cS;R;pslbM 




eF; pS; IF 




pF; S; R; stellar 




pB; pL; R;mbM;cB*npatt 
pF; S; vsbM*13; 1st of 3... 
F; S; vsbM*13; 2nd of 3 ... 
F; S; R; vgbM; *nf (? var) 
eF; S; R; bM 


1891 
1893 
1892 
3584 
3585 
1895 

1895,n 
1894 




HI. 678 
HI. 131 












Cl; pL; pRi; 1C 


III. 679 




vF; vS; vsmbM*13; *6 nr; 
3rd of 3. 
S 


R. nova 


II. 539 
III. 311 


1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
1 
I 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
3 

1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

1 

[1] 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1:; 
1:: 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 

[i] 
i 

i 


cB; cL; E 165 + ; sbMN ... 
vF; S; iR; bet 2 st . 




3586 
3587 




vF; S; E; glbM 


I. 71 
II. 756 
I. 127 




cB; S; R; svmbM 




pF; pS; IE; r 


1896 
1897 




13; pS; R; psmbM 




vF; vS; R 


III. 811 
II. 756? 




vF; S; E 


1898 
1898, 
3588 
3589 
1899 




B; R; sbM; splendid *f ... 
vF 


R. nova 




Cl; vL; Ri; 1C; st9...12 ... 
Cl;cL; Ri; 1CM; st 13. ..14 
pB;S;mbM 






II. 540 
II. 332 






pB- cL; iR; bp; r 


3590 
1900 




F;cS; IE; glbM; am st 






eeF(?) 


III. 312 
II. 542 
II. 541 




eF; vS; !E; 2 st inv 




pB . 






F 


3592 
3591 




vF; S; IE: vlbM; r 






pE; pL; R; vgvlbM 


III. 511 
I. 138 




vF; R; p of 2 


j 1901,o 
1901 


R. 2 novae? 


2 of6 '.. 


vB; pL; R; psbMN; f of 2... 
eF; S; v close * f 7' 


D'Arrest, 99 


1902 


II. 543 
III. 886 
III. 887 
II. 544 
II. 751 
II. 752 
IV. 71 


cF;S;lE;psbM 




eF; vS; npof2 






eF; vS; sfof2 


1903 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1906 




pB; S; vlE; IbM; am st 




cF;cS; E; pofDneb 




pF; pS; E; fofDneb 




#6 in vL neb 




F; S; R;psbM 


II. 192 
II. 585 
II. 684 
1.215 




F; L; E; r 


1907 




pF; cS; ilE; gbM; *14f ... 
pB; S; IE 




1909 
1909,a 




vB; cL; pmE 146-0; gbM... 
vS 


11. nova 
D'Arrest, 100 


eF; H. II. 545, s3'15" 
pF; S; E; psbM 


1908 


II. 545 
II. 755 




pB; pL; IE 







OF XEBUL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STAKs. 



119 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 

Ascension 

.Ian. 0. 


Annual 
1'nvrssion 
in 
Right 

.-ion 

for isso. 


No. 
of 

( ,.. 

neil. 


North Polar 

Distance 

lsr,0. .Ian. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


Summary JVseription from a 
('"inpiirisim of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

ofObe. 

l.\ I,. 

>,.'a ii. 


>ir.l. II- - 

of Nebuln. 


Sir \V. H.'s 

Classes 
uml Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4063 
4064 
4065 
4066 
406? 
4068 
4069 
40/0 
4071 
40/2 
40/3 
4074 
4075 
4076 
4077 
4078 
4079 
4080 
4081 
4082 
4083 
4084 
4085 
4086 
4087 

4088 
4089 
4090 
4091 

4092 

4093 
4094 
4095 
4096 
4097 
4098 
4099 
4100 
4101 
4102 
4103 
4104 
4105 

4106 

4107 
4108 

4109 
4110 
4111 
4112 
4113 
4114 
4115 
4116 
4117 


h. 

3593 
1910 


ir. 
II I. 736 
11.757 
11.818 




Ii m s 

15 6 3-3 
15 6 9-4 
15 6 27-0 
15 7 19-4 
15 7 30-1 
15 7 38-4 
15 7 58-6 
15 8 18-6 
15 8 29-8 

15 8 + 

15 8 37-8 
15 9 22-4 
15 9 53-3 
15 10 0-6 
15 10 2-9 
15 10 2-9 
15 10 15-1 
15 10 24-3 
15 10 56-2 
15 11 27-2 
15 11 39 
15 11 57-2 
15 12 + 


+ 3-312 

1-548 
1-1K8 

4-059 
3-238 
2-199 
2-198 
2-198 
2-175 

2-175 

1-353 
3-443 
3-504 
2-167 
2-162 
2-162 
1-863 
3-505 
1-606 
3-028 
1-568 
1-606 
15-52 
1-552 

+ 1-568 
0-870 
+ 2-681 
-0-876 

+ 3-109 

3-297 
3-299 
3-194 
2-018 
2-975 
2-158 
2-156 
4-480 
4-300 
2-729 
2-141 
2-141 
2-825 

3-116 

5-466 
4-334 

0-808 
2-782 
2-777 
2-777 
2-483 
1-445 
1-431 
2-746 
+ 1-431 


1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

1 

2 
1 

1 
2 
2 

1 

2 
1:: 

1 

1:: 

2 

1 

2 

1 

2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
4 

( ? 
3 

2 
1 
1 
4 
2 

2 

1 
2 

1 

(1):: 
1 


103 44 l's-9 
32 27 30-8 
26 30 47-5 
135 7 30-2 
99 33 7'2 
48 14 58-2 
48 12 57-2 
48 8 27'2 
47 31 15-0 

47 31 + 

29 40 9-0 
110 29 44-6 
113 31 44-7 
47 26 25-3 
47 16 49-0 
47 17 + 
39 12 3-0 
113 31 3-5 
34 29-5 
87 23 8-7 
33 51 55 
34 6 25-7 
32 10 + 
33 10 5-4 

34 2 31 
14 7 6-1 
68 36 63-4 
14 7 4-9 

92 4 2*5 

102 34 48-6 
102 39 13-6 
96 51 8-3 
43 36 42-0 
84 25 34-8 
47 50 32-7 
47 46 29-7 
144 1 39-4 
140 10 47-2 
71 25 32-5 
47 50 27-1 
47 50 15-1 
76 33 15-6 

92 20 47-7 

156 22 34-9 
140 11 14-9 

24 45 29-8 
74 32 25-2 
74 20 50-4 
74 20 50-4 
60 51 21-6 
33 1 16-3 
32 50 58-1 
72 55 36-2 
32 46 22-1 


+ 13-73 
13-76 
13-75 
13-64 
13-64 
13-64 
13-64 
13-62 
13-60 

13-60 

13-60 
13-52 
13-49 
13-51 
13-50 
13-50 
13-50 
13-45 
13-45 
13-39 
13-39 
13-39 
13-38 
13-38 

13-39 
13-37 
13-28 
13-33 

13-25 

13-22 
13-22 
13-21 
13-20 
13-16 
13-09 
13-09 
12-98 
12-94 
12-85 
12-77 
12-77 
12-62 

12-59 

12-53 
12-43 

12-46 
12-34 
12-28 
12-28 
12-22 
12-21 
12-17 
12-14 
+ 12-14 


1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

1 

2 
1 
111 

2 
2 

1 
2 
1:: 
1 

1:: 

2 

1 

2 
1 

2 

1 
1 

1 
2 
4 
1:: 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
4 
2 

2 

1 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


pB; pL; pmEO'j psmbM; * inv 
c-B; S; E; inbMRN- r 


2 
4 
1* 

2 t 

2 
1 
2 

2 



2 
2 
4 
5 
3 

1 
5 
1 

Ht 

1 

3t 


1 

2 
1 

3 

1 

1 
1 
2 
5 
2 
4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
6 
2 

3 

1 
2 

1 
1 
4 
4 

1 
1 
2 
2 







pF; cS; R; vgbM 


3594 
3595 
1911 
1912 
1912,0 
1913 

1 191 :?, 

3596 
3597 
1914 
1915 
1915,a 




Oi vS; R; quite sharp 
F; cL; R; vpbM... 


UI. 116 






F; vS; R;bM 


III. 659 




cF; vS; R; bM; r ... 


R. nova 


vF; place from MS. 


11.678 


F; S; R; r; 3 st nr 


H. 2 nova 


2 nova apparently connected.. 
pF; pS; E 0+ 


II. 763 
VI. 19 
III. 138 
11,650 
III. 660 




; pF; L; viR; vgbM; rrr 
F;S;R;gbM 

cBj pL j pmE* snibMN 








vF; S; vlE; gbM . 


H. nova 


Close to 1915 pos 


III. 7:i7 
III. 139 
11.758 


vF; vS; stellar... . 


3598 




cF; S; R; gpmbM 




pF; pS- iR 


1916 


M. 5 
R. nova 


!I;;vB;L;eCM;stll...l5 
One of 2, 15' apart np & sf... 
pF;pS- R 




II. 760 


1917,a 
1917 


R. nova 


A. ray, vmE, par. to h. 1917 
cB; vL; vmE 155-0; 
vg, psbMN. 
One of 2, 15' apart np & sf ... 
vF; vS 


II. 759 


15 12 11-7 

15 12 53 
15 13 10-9 
15 13 15-7 
15 13 35-7 

15 13 38-5 

15 13 51-6 
15 13 56-2 
15 14 3-2 
15 14 36-6 
15 14 59-9 
15 16 12-3 
15 16 13-2 
15 17 15-2 
15 17 55-5 
15 19 40-8 
15 21 5-7 
15 21 8-7 
15 23 5-1 

15 23 29-0 

15 23 30-4 
15 25 20-2 

15 26 3-2 
15 27 177 
15 28 2-2 
15 28 2-2 
15 28 57-7 
15 29 26-4 
15 29 57-4 
15 30 6-8 
15 30 31-4 


R. nova 




III. 943 
11.400 
III. 944 

111.374 






vF; S; er 






vF; vS 


r j5 ) 

1.3599J 
3600 
3601 
3602 
1920 
1919 
1922 
1921 
3603 
3604 
1923 
1924 
1925 

fi92<n 

s ~ r 




vF: DL : vlE - r 




B; S; R; glbM; p of 2 .... 






F; S; IE; glbM; f of 2 






eF; vS- psbM 






cF- L- pmE- glbM- J 8 


I. 148 
111.661 




cB; cL; iR; vsb.M * 12;amst 
eF;S 






vF- pL- vlE- vgbM 




A. 357 
A. 389 


Cl; vL; vRi; 1C; stll...l4.. 




;cB;L;R;vgbM;rrr;stl5 
pB; cS; R; psbM; *7n... 


11.874 




vF; vS; sp of D neb 


11.651 
11. 130 

II. 401 




pF; pS; R; nf of D neb 




F- pL; ill; vgbM; r 




pB;pS;R; vgbM;3stf. 
F- S- am st 


L3606J 
3605 
3607 








; cB; pL; R; vglbM; rrr; 

8tl6. 

F- S- IE 45+; vglbM 


II. 906 
11.654 
11.178 
II. 179 
II. 399 
11.761 
11. 762 
II. 96 








F- pS- E 150+ . . 


1927 
1927 

1931 
1928 
1931, <i 




pB- cS- p of iTneb 




pB- cS; f of D neb , 




pF; pL; iR; bM; r , 




oF- oS: IF .. 




cF- cL; IE 




nF- oL- ilE- ebM . 


R. nova 







120 



SIR J. P. w. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
18(50, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4118 
4119 
4120 
4121 
4122 
4123 
4124 
4125 
4126 
4127 
4128 
4129 
4130 
4131 
4132 

4133 
4134 
4135 
4136 
4137 
4138 
4139 
4140 
4141 
4142 
4143 
4144 
4145 
4146 
4147 
4148 
4149 
4150 
4151 
4152 
4153 
4154 
4155 
4156 
4157 
4158 
4159 
4160 
4l6l 
4162 
4163 
4164 
4165 
4166 
416? 
4168 
4169 
4170 
4171 
4172 
417 

4174 
4175 


h. 
1929 

1930 
3608 
3609 


H. 




h m s 
15 30 38-0 
15 30 48-4 
15 31 12-7 
15 31 20-1 
15 32 10-2 
15 33 25-5 
15 34 29-2 
15 34 53-7 
15 35 0-3 
15 35 33-7 
15 36 18-6 
15 36 21-3 
15 36 24-1 
15 36 32-5 
15 36 53-4 

15 37 18-3 
15 38 47-1 
15 39 16-4 
15 39 29-9 
15 39 33-0 
15 40 38-9 
15 40 39-7 
15 40 56-1 
15 41 7-4 
15 41 11-3 
15 42 3-8 
15 44 34-9 
15 47 11-0 
15 47 35-7 
15 47 49-1 
15 49 3-7 
15 49 24-0 
15 50 19-6 
15 51 5-5 
15 51 8-4 
15 51 50-9 
15 52 18-5 
15 56 43-3 
15 57 35-3 
15 58 43-2 
15 58 43-5 
15 58 49-9 
15 59 36-9 
16 51-0 
16 2 19-2 
16 2 40-3 
16 2 48-9 
16 3 32-5 
16 3 44-7 
16 4 5-4 
16 5 50-0 
16 6 33-5 
16 7 16-0 
16 7 18-1 
16 7 18-4 
16 8 41-9 

1(1 8 49-3 
16 9 54-3 


s 

+ 2-953 
2-172 
7-159 
3-694 
2-834 
2-396 
1-214 
5-014 
2-759 
1-214 
1-214 
2-790 
1-306 
1-215 
3-904 

1-214 
1-169 
3-019 
2-103 
2-102 
3-334 
2-709 
3-664 
4-716 
3-684 
2-459 
4-795 
+ 3-054 
0-483 
+ 2-772 
2-948 
0-892 
2-946 
2-742 
2-741 
5-056 
3-846 
4-641 
2-182 
+ 2-658 
0-284 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 

2 

2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

1 
1 
2 
1 

1 
2 

2 
3 


83 33 9-7 
49 46 12-3 
165 13 11-1 
120 5 47-2 
77 24 9-7 
57 46 40-6 
30 6 57-2 
150 46 24-5 
73 45 35-7 
30 S 46-2 
30 11 55-2 
75 20 47-7 
31 29 46-9 
30 13 46-6 
127 19 24-9 

30 14 28-0 
29 47 35-8 
87 8 54-4 
48 26 39-7 
48 26 5-4 
103 19 13-4 
71 40 24-0 
118 10 31-5 
146 2 39-3 
118 57 17-9 
60 54 51-7 
147 57-8 
89 1 54-3 
17 24 55-8 
74 59 59-1 
83 39 30-4 
27 15 50-0 
83 35 40-4 
73 42 40-9 
73 37 40-9 
150 6 0-6 
124 8 38-0 
143 38 28-8 
52 15 33-5 
70 16 11-9 
18 55 6-9 
81 31 23-2 
48 55 52-0 
69 4 1-0 
143 50 42-2 
10 38 44-0 
88 55 4-2 
19 13 44-8 
125 52 42-5 
72 55 51-5 
19 59 34-4 
123 53 2-9 
147 32 42-5 
32 8 30-2 
56 35 35-9 
112 37 34-1 

17 10 21-4 
161 51 51-0 


+ 12-09 
12-11 
11-97 
12-04 
11-99 
11-92 
11-76 
11-75 
11-79 
11-77 
11-74 
11-69 
11-73 
11-72 
11-63 

11-62 
11-56 
11-48 
11-49 
11-48 
11-38 
11-40 
11-35 
11-31 
11-33 
11-29 
11-06 
10-91 
10-96 
10-87 
10-78 
10-80 
10-68 
10-63 
10-63 
10-52 
10-50 
10-16 
10-15 
10-14 
10-13 
10-04 
10-00 
9-90 
9-74 
9-90 
9-74 
9-76 
9-65 
9-65 
9-58 
9-43 
9-35 
9-44 
9-33 
9-27 

9-38 
+ 9-10 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 


; vF; vL; R; vgbM; rrr... 
vF; S; R;gbM; 2 st 8 f 


It 
3 
1 

1 
2 
1 


3t 

2 

2 
1 
1 
1* 
2 



1 
5 
3 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 , 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 

3t 

1 

3 
1 

2 
1 
1 

2* 
1 
1 

2 
1 
2 
2* 

2 
3 


III. 634 






F; pL; R; vgbM 






vF; L; R; gbM; r 


II. 76 




pF; pL; R; rr...., 


1932 
1934,o 
3610 
1933 
1934, I 
1934 




vF; vS; R; bM 




R. nova? 


R; psbM (by diagram) .. 




'; O;pF;vS;R;r?aml50st 
F; pS; E0 


II. 655 




R. nova? 


F;raE 


II. 764 
II. 656 
II. 765 
II. 766 


1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

2 
2 

2 

3 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 

1 

2 
I 
1 

2 

2 
3 


cB; S; R; psbM; r 




P B; S;El35+;bM 
pF; uS 









pB; cL; IE; r 


3611 
1934, c 


A. 552 
R. nova 


!; ; vB; L; R; vgbM; 




st 13. ..15. 
(? if not =11. 766) 


III. 378 
II. 425 
III. 635 
III. 636 


vF; vS 


1935 
1936 
1937 
3613 
1938 




vF; vS; R; gbM 




vF; vS; R; bM;spof 2 




cF; vS; R; bM; nf of 2 




eF; S; 11; vS * p 


II. 97 
VII. 29 




pF; cS; R; r; bet 2D st 




Cl; pL; pRi; stvS 


3612 
3614 


A. 343 


Cl; L; pRi; st 12. ..14 
vF; S; R; sbM 




III. 371 




vF; S; R' 


3615 
1939 


A. 334 


Cl; pS; pRi; mC; stl6 ... 
pF; S; E90+; g bM;r ... 


11.583 
III. 313 
11.657 




vF; S; E90+; vS * f 






F; bet 2 B st 


1940 




pB; pL; E 


III. 739 




vF;pL; R; vgbM 


1941 
1942 
1943 
3516 
3617 
3618 
1944 




!; vF; vS; R;g, smbM 


III. 646 
III. 73 




vF; S; IE; p of 2 




eF; vS; IE; f of 2 


A. 304 


Cl; B; vL; pRi; 1C; st 7... 
F; S; R; gpmbM; Aofstnp 
Cl; S; mC; stll...l4 
vF; S; R; *10sf 






A. 359 


III. 622 
III. 33 
11.873 




eF; (?) 






F;R; bM 


1945 
1946 




+ 2-901 
2-065 
2-629 
+ 4-675 
3-081 
+ 3-051 
-0-266 
+ 3-922 
+ 2-713 
-0-147 
+ 3-866 
4-936 
1-199 
2-293 
+ 3-567 

0-740 
+ 6-720 


*7 in photosphere 


III. 637 
III. 140 

III.973 
III. 553 
III. 883 




pF; vS; R; stellar 




vF; vS; r; pB*sf 


3619 


A. 360 


Cl; vB; vL; vRi; 1C; stlO... 
vF; vS;IEO; r 


1947 




F; L; pmE; vgbM; r 




eF; vS 


3620 
1948 




pF; R; vgvlbM; r 


III. 74 
III. 884 




vF; S; r 




vF; vS 


3621 
3622 




eF;S; E;lbM 




A. 3.26 


CI;B; L;lC;st7...10 ... 
vF; vS;lE 


III. 812 
III. 889 

III. 31 4 


1949 
3624 

3623 




vF; S; R;bM 


M. 80 


!!!; ; vB; L; vmbM(var*); 
rrr; st 14. 
vF; vS; IE 


A. 68 


; pF; L; ill; vgbM; rrr; 

8tl4... 



OF NKI',n,.K AM) CLUSTERS OF STAKs. 



121 



No. 




References 


to 


Right 


Annual 
I'mvesion 


No. 


North Polar 


Annual 

Pn vt'ssion 


No. 

nf 


Summary Description from a 


Total 
No. of 


of 

Cata- 

n^iii-. 


.Sir.!, ir- 
of Nebula. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 

and Nos. 


Other 
Authuritie*. 


for 
isilii, Jan.O. 


Right 

AHVIJ-Mtl 

for 1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


>{ Obs. 
by h. 

.ml H. 


4176 


h. 
1950 


H. 
III. 888 




h in s 

16 10 18-4 


8 

+ 2-322 


2 


57 41 3-1 


+ 9-17 


9, 


vF; S; R; vglbM 


3 


4177 


1951 


III 688 




16 11 21-9 


2-206 


2 


53 56 19-0 


9'10 


9, 


vF; S; iR 


3 


41/8 


1952 


II. 151 




16 11 58-8 


2-911 


1 


82 15 5'9 


9-03 


1 


F;pL;lE; vgbM; r 


2 


4170 


3625 






16 13 42-5 


4-589 


1 


141 36 46-8 


8-86 


1 


CI;eL;eRi 


1 


4180 


1953 


II 402 




16 14 31-8 


3-114 


1 


91 56 56-9 


8-83 


1 


vF;cL;cE45+;r 


2 


4181 


1954 






16 14 43-9 


2-132 


1 


51 52 57-9 


8-83 


1 


vF; eS; R .....". 


1 


4 1 s ' 


1955 


III 623 




16 14 50-5 


2-133 


2 


51 54 7*9 


8-83 


2 


vF; vS; R; J nf. 


4 


4183 




( 


M. 4 = | 


16 15 3-6 


3-665 




116 11 11-1 


8-77 




fCl; 8 or 10 L st in line,! 


4 


4184 


3626 


I 


B.A.C.5455 j 
A. 514 


16 16 1-3 


4-097 


1 


130 20 6-7 


8-69 


1 


(_ with 5 st; rrr. f 
CI;B;L;pRi;lCM;st9...H 


2 


4185 




II 810 




16 16 4-4 


1-154 


1 


32 2 48-5 


8-"5 


1 


pF; pS;lE 


1 


4186 




III. 891 




16 16 46-1 


2-121 


1 


51 40 47-1 


8-67 


1 


F; vS; R;lbM 


1 


4187 


3627 




A. 412 


16 17 20-5 


4-456 


2 


138 49 29-1 


8-57 


2 


CI;cL; pRi; 1CM; st 13...15 


2 


4188 


1956 


III 624 




16 18 3-7 


2-121 


2 


51 44 50-1 


8-57 


2 


F; S;ill;bM 


4 


4189 


3628 




A. 536 


16 18 14-8 


4-037 


3 


128 30 59-3 


8-51 


4 


B; pL; R; psbM; rr 


4 


4190 




III 740 




16 18 19-3 


0-401 


1 


24 17 36-7 


8-59 


1 


cF; pL; ill 


1 


4191 




III. 892 




16 18 23-5 


2-144 


1 


52 26 49-2 


8-54 


1 


eF; S;bM 


1 


4192 




II. 811 




16 18 42-4 


1-320 


1 


34 34 35-2 


8-54 


1 


pB; iR; vgvlbM 


1 


4193 


3629 


VI. 10 




16 18 43-0 


3-657 


1 


115 43 5-4 


8-48 


1 


Cl; cL; mC; gbM; rrr 


2 


4194 


1957 






16 20 20-8- 


2-009 


] 


48 44 41-0 


8-40 


1 


F; R; bM 


1 


4195 


1958 


III. 638 




16 20 27-2 


2-010 


2 


48 47 10-4 


8-38 


f 


cF; vS; R; bM 


3 


4196 


1 1958,a 




R. 2 novse 


16 20 + 


2-010 




48 47 + 


8-38 




2 novae, one eF; one S 





4J9V 
4198 


1959 


III. 639 




16 21 10-4 


2-025 


1 


49 13 2-9 


8-33 


1 


vF; vS; R 


2 


4199 


3630 






16 21 41-1 


7-067 


1 


162 57 2-8 


8-16 


1 


vF; vS; *9nr 


1 


4200 


3631 






16 21 49-9 


4-654 


1 


142 18 59-3 


8-21 


1 


Cl;L;lC;stL 


1 


4201 




III. 680 




16 22 6-9 


1-623 


2 


39 4y 49.3 


8-26 


2 


vF; S; R; IbM; er 


2 


420-' 




II 690 




16 22 34-5 


1-687 


2 


41 17 48-6 


8-22 


2 


F; pS; iF; gbM .. 


2 


4203 


3632 






16 22 36-1 


S'219. 


2 


150 18 1-9 


8-13 


2 


pF; pL; vlE; gbM 


2 


4204 


I960 


11. 652 




16 23 0-8 


2-004 


2 


48 45 15-4 


8-18 


2 


cF; pL; R; gbM; r 


3 


4205 




II. 647 




16 23 2-7 


2-057 


2 


50 13 17-4 


8-18 


9! 


F; S; iF 


2 


4206 


3633 






16 23 22-7 


4-423 


1:: 


137 48 2-7 


8-09 


1:: 


eF; (?); J f nr . 


1 


4207 


3634 






16 23 39-8 


4-426 


1 


137 51 20-8 


8-06 


1 


F; cS; IE; vglbM; Jp 


1 


4208 


1961 


II. 8?5 




16 23 50-4 


2-053 


1 


50 8 9-6 


8-12 


1 


I>F; S; vlE; vgmbM 


2 


4209 


3635 




A. 400 


16 23 50-9 


4-506 


1 


139 27 48-5 


8-05 


1 


C1;L;IC; iF 


1 


4210 


3636 






16 24 7-3 


4-246 


1 


133 44 18-2 


8-04 


1 


Cl; u. Norma inv 


1 


4211 
4212 


3637 
1962 


VI. 40 
III. 640 


Mechain 


16 24 43-0 
16 24 58-0 


3-350 
2-004 


1 
1 


102 44 17-3 
48 52 16-6 


8-01 
8-02 


1 
2 


; L; vRi; vmC; R; rrr ... 
cF; vS; R; bM 


2 
3 


4213 


1962,</ 




R. nova 


16 25 + 


2-004 




48 52 + 


8-02 




No description ; near Ii.l962 





4214 


1963 


III. 641 




16 25 18-7 


2-010 


1 


49 3 57-0 


8-00 


1 


vF; vS; R 


3 


4215 


1964 


III. 890 




16 25 34-0 


2-203 


1 


54 38 1-1 


7-97 


2 


vF; pL; iE; rr; # nr 


3 


4216 


3638 






16 25 36-3 


4-316 


2 


135 19 19-6 


7-92 


2 


Cl; B; S; st pL 


2 


4217 


1964, a 




R. nova 


16 25 47'9 


2-203 




54 35 11-1 


7-91 




No description; 4' nf 1964... 





4218 




II. 753 




16 26 37-0 


2-624 


2 


69 55 19-4 


7-88 


3 


pB; pL; vlE; pgmbM 


2 


4219 




III. 813 




16 26 50-0 


1-264 


1 


34 9 56-7 


7*89 


1 


vF; vS; iR 


1 


4220 


3639 






16 26 50-4 


6-305 


1 


159 4 52-8 


7-76 


1 


vF- eS- R: cbM... 


1 


4221 


1965 






16 28 15-0 


2-190 


1 


54 21 40'8 


7-76 


1 


F; S; R; gbM; * 11 np 


1 


4222 




III. 730 




16 28 18-6 


2-579 


1 


68 9 52-2 


7-74 


1 


eF; vS; E 


1 


4223 


3640 






16 29 14-5 


4-483 


1:: 


138 43 48-6 


7-62 


1:: 


' F; vL; viE; B # inv 


1 


4224 


3641 




A. 483 


16 30 29-3 


4-233 


2 


133 5 18-9 


7-53 


2 


Cl; cL; pRi; iR; st 11. ..14.. 


2f 


4225 

4226 


3642 
1966 




III 893 


A. 413 


16 30 52-1 
16 31 43-6 


4-475 
2-058 


1 

2 


138 29 3-7 
50 41 28-4 


7-49 

7-48 


1 
2 


Cl; vL; IRi; 1C; rrr; 
F neb inv. 
vF- S- R; gbM- bet 2 st ... 


1 
4 


4227 


1967 






16 32 19-0 


2-155 


1 


53 31 20-9 


7-43 


1 


vF- vS- sbM* 12 


1 


422* 


3643 






16 33 50-3 


4-420 


1 


137 11 50-2 


7-24 


1 


Cl- (in M. Way) 


1 


4229 
4230 

4231 


3644 
1968 

1969 


II. 701 


A. 442 
M. 13, Halley 


16 36 6-6 
16 36 41-2 

16 38 12-4 


4-404 
2-140 

2-125 


2 
3 

(1) 


136 45 36-8 
53 16 19-4 

52 54 7'5 


7-06 
7-08 

6-95 


2 
3 

1 


Cl;pHi;eiCM;stll...l2... 
!!; ; eB; vRi; vgeCM 
st 11. ..20. 
pB- pL- E 45+ ; vgmbM... 


2t 
14t 

2 


4232 
4233 


3646 
3645 




A. 364 


16 38 18-4 
16 38 23-8 


4-776 
+ 7-032 


\v 
3 
1 


143 33 29-1 
162 20 32-0 


6-87 
+ 6-80 


3 
1 


Cl;L;Ri;lCM;st9...12... 
vF: oL: vevlbM.. 


2 
2 



























1IDCCCLXIV. 



122 



SIE J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
18GO, Jan. f). 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
ofObe 
byh. 
ndH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4234 

4235 
4236 
4237 
4238 

4239 
4240 
4241 
4242 

4243 
4244 
4245 
4246 

4247 
4248 
4249 
4250 
4251 
4252 
4253 
4254 
4255 

4256 
4257 


h. 
1970 
3647 


H. 


2.5= 1 
Lai. 305 10/ 


h m s 

6 38 36-0 

6 39 3-5 
6 39 16-1 
6 39 19-8 
6 39 58-1 

6 40 39-6 
6 40 41-4 
6 41 24 
6 41 47 

6 41 51-9 
6 43 6-4 
6 44 14-5 
6 45 1-0 
6 45 54-8 
6 46 0-4 
6 46 3-5 
6 47 1 
6 47 33-9 
6 47 40-8 
6 47 55-2 
6 47 58-3 
6 48 3-0 

6 49 4,7-6 

16 49 47-6 
6 50 8-6 

16 50 11-5 


s 
+ 2-513 

+ 5-147 
3-036 


1 

1 
3 
3 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

2 
2 
1 
1 

3 

2 

1 
3 

5 

2 
3 

1 
1 

2 

1 

2 
1 

2 

2 

1 
[1] 


O / // 

65 56 10-0 

148 44 47-7 
11 33 21-3 
134 28 15-7 
91 41 47-4 

148 58 2-1 
134 28 33-4 
28 9 18 
27 46 

130 58 41-7 
42 8 38-8 
131 33 37-7 
111 55 47-5 
48 1 25-6 
44 20 25-3 
129 16 12-2 
26 47 5 
134 33 17-6 
135 42 21-0 
7 9 0-3 
7 5 59-7 
142 28 51-8 

93 52 6-8 

53. 16 46-7 
126 53 32-3 

50 9 37-8 
134 26 53-8 

119 53 42-9 

66 46 53-8 
129 30 46-3 

116 3 13-0 

127 40 56-4 
66 46 39-3 
39 51 36-0 

114 33 37-9 
112 30 9-8 

116 23 13-1 

116 22 33-5 
27 21 54 
152 39 3-3 
47 29 24-4 
119 17 18-0 

149 21-5 
29 3 54 

28 49 54 


II 

+ 6-90 

6-79 
7-01 
6-79 
6-78 

6-67 
6-68 
6-72 
6-69 

6-59 
6-56 
6-39 
6-35 
6-32 
6-31 
6-24 
6-26 
6-12 
6-10 
6-41 
6-39 
6-06 

5-96 

5-99 
5-91 

5-96 
5-86 

5-73 

5-76 
5-71 

5-60 

5-48 
5-51 
5-50 

5-43 
5-36 

4-97 

4-95 

4-86 
4-71 
4-78 
4-60 

4-55 
4-59 


1 

1 
3 
3 

2 

2 

1 
[2] 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 

2 

2 
1 

1 
1 

3 

1 

2 

1 
3 

5 

1 
2 

2 

1 

1 
1 

2 
1 

2 

1 

[1] 
2 
2 
2 

1 

[1] 


f O I vB ; vS ; R ; disc and 
\ border. 
pF; R; vglbM; *5p79" ... 
B- cL- IE- slbM 


Jlf* 

1 
3 
3 

7 

3 

1 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1* 
1 
3 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 

7 

2 
2 

1* 
2 

5t 

1 
2 

7 

1 
1 

1 

3 
3 

4 

1 


2 
2 
3 

1 




\ 


1.280 




3648 
1971 

3649 
3650 


A. 454 
M. 12 


+ 4-308 
3-110 

5-171 
4-311 
0-72 
0-68 

4-170 
1-678 
4-197 
3-584 
1-932 
1-775 
4-112 
0-56 
4-327 
+ 4-378 
-6-988 
7-058 
+ 4-734 

3-159 
2-121 

2-008 
3-810 

4-130 
3-701 

4-067 
2-521 
1-534 

3-661 
3-606 

3-716 

3-715 

0-57 

5-588 

3-803 

5-242 
0-73 
+ 0-71 


Cl; pS; pRi; pC; st 12. ..15.. 
I; ; vB; vL; iR; gmbM; 
rrr; st 10... 
; P B;cL; R; glbM; rr ... 
Cl; vL; vRi; IbM; st 12. ..13 
F- S- R- mbM 








A. 456 ? 
y Arrest, 101 
D' Arrest, 1 02 










3651 




st 12 and 14m. 
Cl;eL;eRi(in M.Way) ... 
vB; L; R; Disc + F,r, border 
Cl; B; cL; pRi; stl0...13 .. 
pB;cL; iR; rrr; st 14. ..16 .. 
cF; S; E90 


IV. 50 

H.'S84 
III. 727 
III. 735 




3652 
3653 


A. 499 




3654 




eF- pS 


A. 520 
D' Arrest, 103 


Cl; B; L; Ri;st8...11 
F; pS; irr 
Cl; pRi; vlC; iF;stL&S... 
Cl; L; IRi; 1C; st8...12 
cF- S- bM- pof2 




3655 
3656 








III. 974 
III. 975 








vF; vS; fof2 


3657 
f 19721 

L3659J 
1973 
3658 

1974 
3660 

3661 


A. 374? 
M. 10 


Cl; S; Aar; st 13 


III. 689 


; ; B; vL; R; gvmbM; 
rrr; st 10. ..15. 
eF- cL- E90 


4258 




; vF; vL; iR; vgbM; rrr; 
st20. 
vF(?) 


4259 
4260 








A. 456 
C M.62 "1 

L A. 627 J 


16 50 37-1 


; Cl; B; vL; vRi; stll... 
vB; L; gmbM; rrr; 


4261 




16 52 18-7 

16 52 22-2 
16 52 26-0 

16 53 59-2 

16 55 16-3 
16 55 22-1 
16 55 52-8 

16 55 55-3 
16 56 43-5 

17 1 28-2 

17 1 34-2 
17 3 40 
17 3 51-8 
17 4 10-8 
17 5 40-2 

17 5 46-4 
17 6 3 
17 6 15 


4262 
4263 

4264 

4265 
4266 
4267 

4268 
4269 

4270 

4271 

427$ 
42/ 
4274 
427^ 

427( 
427; 

427* 


III. 123 


st!4...l6. 
vF; pL; R; IbM 


3662 

L3663/ 
3664 


A. 521 
M. 19 
A. 556 


Cl- B; pL; cRi; stlO 




; vB; L; R; vCM; rrr 
stl6... red. 
Cl; L; pRi;lC;st9...11 ... 




III. 124 

III. 728 

VI. 11 
11.195 

VI. 12 






vF- cS; iR 


J19761 

(3665J 
3666 

(J5667J 
1978 




; B; L; R; gCM ; rrr 
stl6. 
; cB;L; R; gpmCM; rrr 
stl6. 

; vB; L; R; psbM; rrr 
stl6; Fnebf. 
F; S; vgbM; p 










D' Arrest, 104 


vF- vS; R 


3668 




F; vL; vlE; am st; 2 st inv.. 
F- stellar 


IV. 57 
1.147 




3670 

i 3669 

' 




; B; cL; R; s.vglbM; rrr 
stl6...17. 
vF- vS; R; glbM 






D'Arrest, 105 
D' Arrest, 106 


pF- vS- R; *13nr 


j 




F- nL- IE 









OF NEBUL.E AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



123 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
I'tvi-es^ion 
in 
Right 

for 1880. 


No. 
of 

01>s. 

llM'll. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
ssion 
in 
-N I'.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 

of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 

No. of 
timce 
of Obs. 

by h. 
mil II. 


SirJ.IF.'s 

of Nolmhi'. 


Sir \V. H/8 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4279 
4280 

4281 
4282 
4283 
4284 
4 2 sii 
4286 

4287 

4288 
4289 
4290 
4291 
4292 
4293 
4294 
4295 
4296 

4297 
4298 
4299 
4300 

4301 

4302 

4303 
4304 
4305 
4306 
4307 

4308 
4309 
4310 
4311 
4312 
4313 

4314 

4315 

4316 
4317 
4318 
4319 
4320 
4321 
4322 
4323 
4324 
4325 


h. 
3671 

3673 
3673 


H. 
I. 45 




h in s 

17 7 49-0 
17 8 4-2 

17 8 45-0 
17 9 14-5 
17 9 30-9 
17 9 41-0 
17 9 57-7 
17 10 45-4 

17 10 57-6 

17 11 31-9 
17 11 35-8 
17 12 40-1 
17 12 40-7 
17 12 44-1 
17 12 47-8 
17 12 56-9 
17 15 16-2 
17 15 23-2 

17 15 28-0 
17 16 23 
17 16 28-0 
17 17 23-3 

17 20 19-2 

17 20 50-4 

17 22 2-6 
17 22 58-1 
17 24 47-4 
17 25 34-1 
17 26 3-2 

17 26 3-6 
17 27 57-9 
17 28 51-0 
17 29 17-3 
17 29 48-6 
17 30 1-9 

17 30 6-9 

17 30 16-0 

17 30 18-8 
17 30 26-3 
17 30 55-8 
17 32 15-0 
17 33 56 
17 34 7'6 
17 35 0-1 
17 35 9-3 
17 36 30-1 
17 37 53-6 


+ 3-765 
4-140 

+ 4-279 
-2-000 
+ 3-643 
4-722 
+ 5-861 
-3-497 

+ 3-507 

4-021 
3-828 
4-109 
+ 1-011 
1-062 


',' 

1:: 

2 
1 

1 
2 
2 

2 

2 
1:: 

3 

1 
1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

[1] 

1 

2 

2 

1 
1 
1 
3 
2 

1 
2 
1 

2 
1 
1 

4 

2 

1:: 
1 
1 
1 

[2] 
1 
1:: 

2 

1 
1 


117 58' 27-9 
129 17 H-4 

132 43 29-9 
14 23 21-1 
113 35 51-4 
141 35 30-9 
154 51 25-4 
11 12 41-4 

108 22 59-8 

125 54 52-0 
120 3-0 
128 20 0-0 
32 24 7-4 
17 32 6-2 
109 25 12-0 
46 43 31-2 
116 12 43-4 
107 40 23-4 

124 3 6-8 
28 4 54 
119 51 37-1 
156 55 47-9 

94 57 2-0 

113 37 47-3 

63 25 22-2 
122 28 48-3 
128 58 1-5 
122 28 38-7 
134 38 32-2 

73 29 2-4 
159 41 19-0 
124 54 49-0 
143 35 5-2 
151 36 5-1 
126 51 8-0 

113 48 5-0 

93 9 25-0 

151 36 3-9 
123 9 16-8 
122 7 4-9 
150 39 39-1 
29 6 12 
14 11 11-9 
124 56 32-1 
122 17 0-5 
123 37 33-2 
86 44 25-5 


// 

+ 4-43 
4-38 

4-33 
4-47 

4-28 
4-23 
4-18 
4-38 

4-16 

4-10 
4-10 
4-00 
4-08 
4-14 
4-00 
4-04 
3-78 
3-78 

3-76 
3-77 
3-67 
3-53 

3-37 

3-21 

3-24 
3-11 

2-95 
2-89 
2-84 

2-88 
2-60 
2-60 
2-54 
2-47 
2-50 

2-50 

2-50 

2-43 
2-46 
2-43 
2-27 
2-26 
2-33 
2-07 
2-05 
1-94 
+ 1-85 


J 
1:: 

2 
1 
1 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 
1:: 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

LI] 
1 

2 

3 

1 
1 
1 
3 
2 

1 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 

4 

2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
[2] 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 


ffi;cB;pS; R; gvmbM; rrr; 
stl6...17. 
Cl; pL; Ri; R; gbM ; 
st!2...14. 
Cl; vL;pRi; 1C (*nf taken) 
vF; S; li; S#s 


4 

1 

2 
1 
1 

3t 

2 

1 

6 

2 

1 

3t 
1 
2 
1 
8* 
2 
3 

1 


1 
2 



5*f 

1 
1 
2f 

c> 

2 

1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 

6 

7 

l 
1 
4 
2 


1 

1 
2 
1 
1 


A. 522 




III. 945 




3676 
3675 
3674 




P F;L; R; rr 






II; O;pB; vS; R 






vF; vS; vlE; glbM .. 


III. 951 




eF;S 


J 19791 


M. 9 


;B;L; R; eCM; rrr; st!4 

cF; vL; icE; vglbf; * 8 itiv . 
Diffused neb in patches 


\3677J 
3678 
3679 
3680 












!!!; @; eF; S; am St' 


11.812 
11.767 
1.149 




F; S; R; v^lbM ... 


1980 




cF" pL - El; vgmbM 




+ 3-535 
1-840 
3-719 
3-491 

3-960 
0-61 
3-827 
6-165 

3-184 

3-650 

2-412 
3-913 
4-142 
3-915 
4-380 

2-680 
6-657 
3-998 
4-871 
6-527 
4-067 

3-658 

3-146 

5-528 
3-939 
3-905 
5-436 
+ 0-69 
2-177 


cB; pS; IE; er 




M. 92 


; vB; vL; eCM; rrr; st S.. 
cF; L; R; gbM; rrr 


3681 
3683 

3682 


i. 46 

I. 48 





; vB; cL; vgvrabM; rrr; 
8t20. 
F; L; E; vglbM; J inv 






D' Arrest, 107 


pB; S; R; bMN *12 . . 


3685 
3684 




Neb in patches (M. Way) ... 
; cB; L; vgmbM; rrr; 
st!4...17. 
F; L; vlbM (Winnecke, 
April 12, I860). 

!!; <f ; pB; S; R 




A. 225 
Auw. N. 36 




09811 
\3686J 


IV. 11 
III. 137 




vF; pL; iF 


3687 
3688 
3689 
3690 




Cl- S- P- B* inv 






eF; pS; IE; *9att 






Cl; at 6-7, 13 




A. 457 


; vB; L; R; pg, psvrabM ; 
rrr; st 17... 
F- S- iF- er 


11.901 


3691 
3693 
3692 
3694 
3696 
O9821 

\3697J 
J1983^ 

\3698J 
3695 
4020 
3699 
3700 




cF; S; R; glbM; #13sp ... 
Cl; pL- IRi- 1C 








A. 366 


; B; vL; Ri; st!3 




eF; S; R; pof2 




A. 568 


Cl; pL; pRi; iR; st9...10... 
pB; pL- R; 12f inv . 


I. 44 


M. 14 


!; ; B; vL; R; eRi; 




vgmbM; rrr; st!5...l6. 
eeF- f of 2 


h. o. n. 




Cl; F;L; pRi; !C;stl3...15 
Cl;L;iR;lC;st7,10 
eF- S- R 3 st nr 


M. 6 




D' Arrest, 108 


vS- sbM 


3701' 
3702 
3702' 


VI. 41 


cL- R- vgbM- rr 




+ 4-002 
3-912 
3-957 

+ 2-997 


Nebulous portion of M. Wav 
CI;vL;Ri;lC .". 





A. 612 


Cl; vL; pRi;st8...12 
F- cL- iF 


II. 587 









B2 



124 



SIE J. F. W. HERSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 

ogue 


Bcferences to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
18GO, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula?. 


Sir W. H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4326 
4327 
4328 
4329 
4330 
4331 
4332 

4333 
4334 
4335 
4336 
4337 
4338 
4339 
4340 
4341 

4342 

4343 
4344 
4345 
4346 

4347 
4348 
4349 
4350 
4351 

4352 
4353 

4354 

4355 

4356 
435? 
4358 
4359 

4360 
4361 
4362 
4363 


h. 
3703 
1984 
1987 
3704 
3701 
1985 
3705 

1986 
3706 
3707 
3708 
3709 
1988 
3711 
3710 
3712 

3713' 

1989 
3713 
3714 
1990 

3715 


H. 




h m s 
17 37 56-4 
17 38 46-0 
17 39 11-8 
17 39 39-5 
17 39 43-4 
17 40 32-5 
17 40 41-6 

17 40 54-7 
17 40 55-0 
17 41 40-5 
17 41 59-7 
17 42 37-5 
17 44 16-8 
17 44 29-7 
17 44 39-6 
17 44 54-5 

17 45 36-6 

17 45 57-6 
17 46 1-3 
17 48 31-2 
17 48 40-9 

17 48 51-4 
17 49 25-1 
17 49 31-1 
17 50 20-0 
17 50 54-1 

17 51 10-6 
17 51 30-0 
17 53 43 

17 53 51-8 

17 54 9 
17 54 13-9 
17 54 36-4 
17 54 37-2 

17 54 38 
17 55 17-9 
17 55 27-9 
17 55 39-8 
17 55 51-7 

17 56 1-6 
17 56 6-0 
17 56 13-8 
17 56 32-3 
17 56 38-5 

17 5? 15-0 

17 57 27-3 
17 57 50-9 

17 58 20-0 
17 58 42-4 


+ 3-887 
+ 3-689 
1-069 
+ 4-019 
19-744 
3-565 
4-077 

3-557 
3-999 
3-847 
3-991 
4-018 
3-705 
3-620 
3-999 
3-815 

3-855 

2-502 
5-767 
6-132 
3-532 

4-372 
2-631 
2-629 
+ 5-991 
0-638 

+ 3-685 
3-491 
0-49 

3-640 

0-48 
3-282 
3-779 
3-845 

0-49 
3-677 
2-811 
3-652 
3-846 

4-054 

3-677 
3-626 
3-692 
3-076 

3-247 

3-778 
+ 4-350 

- 0-023 
+ 3-696 


1 
1 
1 
1:: 
1 
1 
2 

2 
1:: 
2 
1 :: 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 

1 

1 
1 
1 
3 

2 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 

[2] 

3 

[2] 

2 
1 
2 

[2] 
3 
1 

1 
2 

1:: 
2 
1 : 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 


121 27 58-6 
114 49 51-5 
17 49 22-7 
125 22 49-8 
175 24 24-0 
110 18 21-0 
127 0-1 

109 58 3-8 
124 48 46-5 
120 10 12-7 
124 34 43-8 
125 20 42-0 
115 21 32-1 
112 18 23-5 
124 46 37-9 
119 5 36-3 

120 23 56-5 

66 53 15-5 
153 38 2-5 
156 24 42-9 
108 59 43-7 

134 13 52-2 

71 42 59-5 
71 38 58-5 
155 23 58-1 
19 49 12-3 

114 38 24-1 
107 23 18-2 
27 20 24 

113 1 39-9 

27 18 30 
98 56 37-3 
117 53 32-8 
120 1 29-8 

27 22 
114 21 15-3 
78 57 6-6 
113 27 28-4 
120 3 24-5 

126 18 6-9 
114 19 58-9 
112 30 8-6 
114 53 23-7 
90 17 44-9 

97 34 58-4 

117 49 20-6 
133 43 25-8 

23 22 9'5 
115 52-0 


+ 1-82 
1-75 
1-69 
1-66 
1-20 
1-60 
1-57 

1-56 
1-55 
1-49 
1-46 
1-40 
1-27 
1-25 
1-23 
1-21 

1-15 

1-15 

1-05 
0-83 
0-89 

0-84 
0-85 
0-85 
0-67 
0-81 

0-67 
0-64 
0-53 

0-43 

0-50 
0-41 
0-36 
0-36 

0-46 
0-31 
0-32 
0-28 
0-25 

0-23 

0-23 
0-22 
0-19 
0-20 

0-15 

0-12 
0-06 

+ 0-15 
0-00 


1 

1 
1 
1:: 
1 

1 
2 

2 
1:: 
2 
1:: 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
1:: 

1 

1 
1 
1 
3 

2 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
[2] 

3 

[2] 
2 

1 
2 

2 
3 

1 
1 
2 

1:: 

2 
1 

1 

1 

2 

1 
1 


Cl; pS;lRi;lC;st!0...12 .. 
Cl; stvS 


1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 

3 
1 

3t 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 

It 

It 
1 
1 
6 

2 
1 
1 

2 


1 
1 


8 Mon.f 


3 
3 
3 



8 Mon.t 
1 
1 

3* 

1 

2 
2 
1 




1 

2* 

1 
2 






III. 741 




vF- vS- R- stellar- *8s 




Cl- F- eL- vSst + neb 






pB: R: vebM 


1.150 




pB; pL; R; bM . .. 


A. 557 


; vB; pL; R; vgmbM; 
rrr; st!8...20. 
pB; pS; R;gbM;r; *15 np 
Cl; vL; vRi;st!2...13 
Cl; pL; pRi; bifid; st!2... 
cL - iR- pmbM" r 


II. 586 


A. 697 ? 


VI. 13 






Cl- rr- steS + neb 






eF; S; (?) 






Cl; pRi (in M. Way) 




M.7 (Lacaille) 


Cl; vB; pRi; 1C; st7...12 ... 
Neb or nebulous patch of M. 
Way. 
Neb or nebulous patch of M. 
Way. 
!; vF; S; R; vsvmbMvSRN. 
F; S; E; bM; bet2stlO ... 
pF; S;pmE90; *12f, att... 
Cl; B; vL; plli; 1C; 
st 9-10, 11. ..13. 
Neb + Cl; pL; mE; gvlbM... 
vF; vS; pof'2 






















M. 23 
A. 460 ? 




III. 957 
III. 958 






vF; vS; t'of2 


3716 




vF; vS; f *of Jinv 




Auw. N. 37 


pF; L; mE(Auwers, July 22, 
1854). 
Cl; Ri; eL; vlC 


3717 




VIII. 53 




Cl; pS; IRi; 1C 


D'Arrest, 109 
I M. 20 
D'Arrest, 110 


vF; R- 1st of 3 


f!99n 
\3718J 


("IV.41 
< V. 10, 

L 11.12 


!I!;vB; vL;trifid; | inv ... 
vF- vS- 2nd of 3 


3719 
3721 
3720 


II. 199 
VII. 7 
I. 49 


pB; pL- R; rr... 




Cl; pS; Ri;lC;st9...13 ... 
0; B; pL; R; gvmbM; rrr; 
stl6...17- 
F- pL; 3rd of 3 




D'Arrest, 1 1 1 

M.8 


3722 
1992 




!!!; vB;eL;eiF; with LCI... 




V. 9 
11.200 




p. L; cE 


4364 

4365 
4366 
4367 
4368 
4369 

4370 

4371 
4372 

4373 
4374 


3723 

3724 
3725 
1993 




; pF; cS; R; gbM ; 
rrr; st 16. ..17. 
Cl (in M. Way) 


A. 569 




Cl; B; L; pRi; vL neb p ... 
Cl; pRi; !C;st9...12 




M. 21 


V. 13 


eL;eiF;stf 


Auw. N. 38 
Auw. N. 39 


pF; vS; vSneb*p (Hind, 
Ap. 1852). 
(Brorsen, 1856.) No descrip- 
tion. 
pF- S- iE; erorCl 






3726 
1994 


11.198 

IV. 37 
II. 197 


A. 473 


; B; R; eC; gbM; rrr; 
st!5...l6. 
O ' vB; pS; sbMvSN 




cF- pL- iR; r 









OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTEES OF STARS. 



125 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
iision 
for 
isiio. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Pi-en 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Ota. 

llx-ll. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

I'nvr^ioll 

in 
N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


N 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
of Obs. 

i'V h. 

andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Jfi-lmhc. 


Bn \V. H.V 
dura 

and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4375 
4376 
4377 
4378 

4379 
4380 
4381 
4382 
4383 

4384 

4385 
4386 
4387 

4388 

4389 
4390 
4391 

4392 

4393 
4394 
4395 
4396 
4397 

4398 
4399 
440U 
4401 
4402 
4403 
4404 
4405 

4406 

4407 
4408 
4409 
4410 
5076 
4411 
4412 
4413 

4414 
4415 

4416 
4417 

4418 
4419 
4420 

4421 


h. 
3727 
3729 


II. 




li m s 
17 58 45-8 
17 58 4/-. r ) 
17 59 39-1 
18 44-2 

18 50-8 
18 1 9-8 
18 1 11-4 
18 1 12-2 
18 1 18-7 

18 1 23-9 

18 2 24-7 
18 2 47-5 
18 3 51 

18 4 20-6 

18 4 33-3 
18 5 17-8 
18 5 23-5 

18 7 24-1 

18 7 24-6 
18 7 56-9 
18 8 47-2 
18 9 28-2 
18 10 13-7 

18 10 14-2 
18 10 20-9 
18 10 57-0 
18 11 44-6 
18 11 45-3 
18 12 33-1 
18 14 41-9 
18 15 20-7 

18 15 55-4 

18 17 13-4 
18 19 12-0 
18 19 23-4 
18 20 43-1 
18 20 44-6 
18 22 13-2 
18 22 16-6 
18 23 4-6 

18 23 24-2 
18 23 35-4 

18 24 31-5 
18 24 55-8 
18 25 4-6 
18 25 4-9 
18 25 44-1 
18 26 32-0 


8 

+ 5-788 
3-646 
2-624 
3-722 

3-518 
3-769 
8-690 
3-900 
2-649 

3-671 

3-476 
3-970 
1-34 

3-602 

3-902 
2-912 
3-617 

3-616 

4-797 
5-793 
3-529 
3-473 
3-518 

3-363 
3-429 
3-401 
3-485 
5-724 
3-460 
3-855 
3-358 

3-692 

3-645 
5-726 
3-358 
2-921 

3-917 
3-708 
3-385 

+ 3-651 
-1-719 

+ 3-477 
1-967 
3-488 
0-230 
3-317 
+ 3-936 


1 

1:: 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
3 

1 

2 

1 
1 

[1] 
2 

3 
1 
1: 

2 

2 
1 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 

1:: 
1:: 

2 
2 
3 
1:: 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 
1 

3 

1 
1 
I:: 

1 

4 


153 47 28-2 
1 1 :i 14 0-0 
71 27 7-8 
115 56 17-6 

108 26 46-6 
117 32 31-7 
166 36 39-2 
121 46 50-4 
7~> 25 54-3 

114 7 30-1 

106 48 57-7 
123 53 29-2 
37 44 

111 37 33-6 

121 51 0-7 
83 10 53-5 
112 10 47-6 

112 10 21-5 

142 15 13-3 
153 51 18-2 
109 55 8-6 
106 41 22-1 
108 28 7'3 

102 17 10-3 
104 59 377 
103 50 2-2 

107 11 8-1 

153 17 47-0 
106 13 36-0 
120 25 26-0 
102 5 58-8 

114 56 30-0 

113 16 30-4 
153 22 22-5 
102 6 42-3 
83 31 15-3 
123 30 27-3 
122 26 33-5 
115 34 55-5 
103 15 12-7 

113 33 57-5 

15 29 47-7 

106 59 3-8 
50 14 52-8 
107 26 2-3 
25 5 44-2 
100 29 32-8 
123 5 5-1 


-0-06 
0-00 
-0-04 
0-18 

0-18 
0-21 
0-36 

0-22 
0-19 

0-23 

0-31 
0-36 
0-38 

0-48 

0-51 
0-55 
0-58 

0-75 

0-79 
0-86 
0-88 
0-93 
0-99 

099 
1-01 
1-06 
1-13 
1-20 
1-20 
1-40 
1-44 

1-50 

1-62 
1-85 
1-79 
1-89 

2-05 
2-05 
2-11 

2-15 
2-01 

2-24 
2-24 
2-29 
2-20 
2-34 
-2-43 


1 
1:: 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
3 
1 

2 

1 

2 
[1] 

2 

3 

2 
1 

2 

2 
1 
3 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
1 

3 

1 
1 
1 

1 
4 


eeF; eeS; R , 


It 
I 
1 
3 

1 

1 
1 
3 

1 

2 

3 

2 


3 

5 
3* 
1 

3 

2 

1 

3t 

2 

4* 

2 
1 
3 
4 

2 

9t 
4 
1 

8 

2 
1 

1 
3 


4* 
2 

1 

4 
0* 

2 
1 
2 

1 
5 






Cl; vL; vRi 


III. 555 

IV. K> 




cF; S; IE; r 


3730 

1995 
3732 
8788 

3/31 




; F; L; IE; vglbM; rr; 
st20. 
Cl; pRi; vIC; st L & S ... 








F; vL; cE; IbM; rr 






vF; vS; R; glbM 






; pB; pL; H; S lbM; rrr; st 16 
F; L; R; vglbM 


II. 902 




P9961 

*\ ~ f 
\_3733j 

1997 
3734 




vF; vL; IE; * inv 


VIII. 54 




Cl; L; 1C; stcL 




O; F; L; cE; hazy border... 
eF; vS; R; # 16 nr... 




D'Ai-rest, 112 


J1998-I 

\3735/ 
3/36 
2000 
1999, 

poon 

\3739J 
3737 
3738 
2002 
2003 
2004 

3740 
2005 
2006 
2007 
3741 
2008 
3742 
2009 

poio^j 

\3743j 
3744 
3745 
3746 


VII. 30 
11.201 


Cl; vL;lC 


A. 619 
2.6 


; cB; L; R; rrr; st 15 


O; vB; vS; R; 1 hazy ... 




Cl; st. vS 


VII. 31 




Cl; pRi; pC; cE; st 13 


A. 376 


; cB; cL; R; gmbM; rrr; st 1 5 
eF; S; *6, sp 








F; pL; cE; 5 inv 


VIII. 55 




Cl; 1C 


M.24 


!; Cl; vRi; vmC; R; st 15 
(M. Way). 
Cl; IRi; 1C 


VIII. 15 




CI;lRi; 1C; st 10. ..12 
Cl; at least 100 st L & S ... 
Cl; P; vIC 




M. 16 
M. 18 






vF; S; R; gvlbM; *9p 




M. 17 


!!!; B;eL;eiF; 2-hooked... 
; vB; pL; R; rrr; st 16 ... 
1C; IRi; lC;st 11. ..12 

!; ; vB;L;R;geCM;rrr; 
st 14. ..16. 
O or pB- eeS- R 


I. 50 






M. 28 


II. 204 




pF- S- R; ebM 






Cl; pL; pRi; st 12.. .15 
Cl; 1C; stL 


VIII. 72 


C. H. 




See No 5076 






M. 69=A.6l3 


; B; L; R; rrr; st 14. ..16 
B; S; R; rr . 


3748 
2011 
T20121 

\3749_J 


I. 51 




Cl (in M. Way) 


II. 205 




; pB; pL; iR; gpmbM; rrr; 
it 16. 
!!;pB;pL;E50;2stpFr. 
(Tuttle.) 
Cl; pL; vRi;pC;st 11. ..15 
F- S; iF 


Auw. N. 40 


2013 
2014 


VI. 23 
II. 907 
VIII. 14 






Cl- L- Ri- 1C- st vS 


Auw. N. 41 


S; pmE; * inv (2. neb No. 7) 
Cl;P;lC;pS;st 9-10,12. ..13 
B; S; IE; rrr; st 15 


3751 
3752 






A. 607 





126 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s Sir W.H.'s 
Catalogues 1 Classes 
of Nebula?, and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4422 
4423 

4424 

4425 
4426 
4427 
4428 
4429 
4430 
4431 
4432 
4433 
4434 
4435 

4436 

4437 


h. 
3750 


II. 




h m s 
18 27 8-1 
18 27 19-3 

18 27 52-1 

18 28 5-5 
18 29 5-1 
18 32 2-0 
18 34 4-9 
18 34 9-9 
18 34 41-1 
18 35 9-5 
18 37 32-6 
18 39 37-8 
18 40 6-8 
18 43 18-8 

18 43 36-6 
18 43 37-2 
18 44 2-1 
18 44 18-1 
18 44 52-5 
18 45 29-2 
18 46 6-2 

18 46 17-5 
18 46 39-8 

18 47 25-9 
18 48 2-6 

18 48 20-1 

18 48 51-4 
18 49 59-0 
18 50 5-5 

18 50 25-1 
18 50 26-1 
18 52 20-9 
18 52 32-0 
18 53 15-0 
18 53 29-2 
18 53 33-1 
18 53 44-6 
18 53 59-2 
18 54 50-0 
18 55 7'2 
18 55 32-0 
18 55 58-2 
18 56 26-8 
18 57 31-7 
18 57 56-6 
18 58 28-0 
18 59 37-5 
19 33-6 
19 50-5 
19 1 46-5 
19 2 15-9 
19 4 4-8 


+ 7-511 
3-210 

3-662 

2-496 
3-266 
5-603 
3-910 
3-185 
3-219 
5-941 
3-293 
3-715 
5-131 
3-192 

5-679 
3-219 
4-873 
4-866 
2-836 
3-276 
3-846 

3-549 
3-623 

6-042 
6-430 

2-228 

5-153 

5-874 
4-047 

2-838 
4-871 
3-281 
6-472 
5-552 
5-938 
3-086 
5-934 
3-512 
2-810 
5-463 
1-618 
2-351 
5-730 
5-518 
3-035 
5-324 
5-085 
4-653 
2-981 
2-971 
5-014 
+ 3-051 


1 

4 

1 

1 
2 
3 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 

1 

2 

2 
1 

2 

1 . 

1 
1 

1: 
1: 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
Au 


163 22 49-3 
96 4 46-7 

114 25'8 

66 32 22-1 
98 20 0-1 
152 25 36-5 
122 25 12-6 
94 53 29-9 
96 21 12-4 
155 19 18-8 
99 31 57-9 
116 3 40-2 
147 27 46-8 
95 22 6-4 

153 19 39-2 
96 26 7-6 
143 58 46-9 
143 53 19-3 
79 49 0-6 
98 52 8-5 
120 38 29-7 

110 4 8-1 
112 52 17-2 

156 17 14-0 
158 47 1-2 

57 8 57-2 

147 56 49-3 
155 5 21-7 
126 48 45-9 

79 49 16-2 
144 7 32-7 
99 7 33-8 
159 6 45-8 
152 23 37-6 
155 39 40-7 
90 39 5-1 
155 38 10-4 
108 44 8-6 
78 35 18-1 
151 34 23-8 
41 45 14-2 
60 55 35-4 
154 3 58-5 
152 10 36-1 
88 25 11-0 
150 11 497 
147 15 30-0 
140 51 32-9 
85 59 17-5 
85 32 43-1 
146 32 24-1 
89 11 51 


2-59 
2-45 

2-54 

2-53 
2-63 
2-95 
3-08 
3-07 
3-12 
3-24 
3-37 
3-56 
3-64 
3-86 

3-96 

3-88 
3-97 
3-99 
3-98 
4-05 
4-11 

4-13 
4-16 

4-30 
4-36 

4-26 

4-39 
4-51 

4-47 

4-46 
4-51 
4-64 
4-74 
4-78 
4-81 
4-73 
4-82 
4-78 
4-83 
4-94 
4-86 
4-92 
5-05 
5-13 
5-10 
5-21 
5-30 
5-37 
5-35 
5-43 
5-53 
-5-62 


1 

4 

1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1 

2 

2 
2 
1 
1 
3 

1 

2 

2 

2 

3 

1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
Au 


vF; S;1E; glbM 


1 


10 

1 

2 
2 
4* 
1 
1 
2 
6 
1 
1 


1 

8t 
3 

2 
1 
2 
6 

1 
3 

2 

2 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1* 
1 
2 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
5 
5 
1 
0* 




Auw. N. 42 

M. 22 


pF; vS; E (Winnecke, June 
1855). 

!!;;vB;vL;R; V Ri;vmC 
st 11. ..15. 
Cl; P; 1C.. 


T2015"! 




\3753j 
2016 
3754 
3755 
3756 
2017 
2018 
3757 
3758 




VIII. 12 




Cl; L; pRi; vlC ... 




pF; S; R; psbM' r 




M. 70=A.6l4 


;B;pL;R;gbM;stl4...17 
Cl; L; Ri; st 10. ..18 








Cl; vRi; vlC (in M. W T ay)... 
vB; pL; R; vg,psvmbM; *7p 
Cl;cL; pRi; pC; st 12. ..15. 
Cl (?); vF; cL 








M. 26 


VI. 15 


3759 




pF; pS; 1E90- pslbM 




Auw. N. 43 


Cl; B; 60 st 13 (Winnecke, 


3760 
2019 
3761 
4021 
2020 
3762 
3763 

2021 

T2022 "I 

L3766J 
3764 
3765 

2023 

3767 
3768 
3770 

2024 
3769 




1854). 
Neb. No description 




M. 11 


;C1; vB;L- iR- Ri-stl L, 11 . 


4438 
4439 




F; S; vlE;gbM 
pF; S; R;glMbM; last of gr 
Cl; pRi;lC; iF~ 


h. o. n. 




4440 




4441 


I. 47 




; pB; vL; ir; vglbM; rrr 
; vB; L; R; g, smbM; rrr; 
st 15. 
Cl; pRi; st 9. ..13 


4442 
4443 
4444 

4445 
4446 

4447 

4448 
4449 
4450 

4451 

4452 
4453 


M.54 = A.624 




III. 143 




F; S; rr Cl + neb 




vF; S; R; glbM; *9sp 






vF; pL; R; vgvlbM 


I 
* 


M.57 1 
D'Arquier J 


(!!!; @;B; pL; cE (in 1 
1 Lyra). / 
pF; cS; R; vmbM 








pF; S;E;glbM;2st 8p ... 
; vL; vlE; vgbM; rrr; 
Stl4...l6. 
C 1 uster 




A. 573 








eF; pL; R 


VIII. 13 




Cl-vL-P 


4454 


3771 

3772 
3773 
2025 
3774 
2026 
2027 
3775 




vF; S; R; pmbM; * 7, 8 nf 
eeF; vglbM; v difficult 


4455 






4456 






vF; S; R; glbM; p of 2 


4457 







Cl; vL; P; st 12 


4458 
4459 
4460 
4461 
4462 
4463 
4464 
4465 
4466 
4467 
4468 
4469 
4470 
4471 
4472 
4473 






eF; S; R;glbM;f of 2 






Cl;pL;pRi; R;st 12. ..15... 
C1;P;1C 










cF; vS; cE; psbM; 3 st p ... 
vF; stellar 


III. 742 


D'Arrest, 113 


2028 
3776 
3777 
2029 
3778 
3779 
3780 
2030 
2031 
3781 


Cl; pL; P; st 11. ..12 




A. 262 


cB; cL; R; vg, svmbM; r... 
eF;cS;R;glbM 








Cl;L;lC;st L& S 




A. 295 


;B;vL;iR;rrr;stll...l6 
pB;pL;R;gbM 








pF; pL; mE63; vglbM 
Cl; vL; vRi;pC;stl2...14.. 
Cl; S;Ri;lC;stll...l2 ... 
pB;S; R 


VII. 19 
VII. 62 










Auw. N. 44 


! ; pB; pL; gbM; Far.? CHind) 








OK NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



127 



of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Kiirht 
Ascension 
for 
):m. 0. 


Annual 
1'rriv-Moii 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Ota. 

U-c'(l. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 

for 

IS80. 


No. 
of 

01)8. 

used. 


Summary Description from a 
parison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 

No. ul- 
timo 
fObs. 

l.v h. 

n',1 11. 


Sir.T. II. 's 
of Xolnilii'. 


"-'- OtluT 

Authorities, 
and Nos. 


4474 
4475 
4476 
4477 
4478 
4479 
4480 
4481 
4482 
4483 
4484 
4485 

44SC 
4487 
4488 
4489 
4490 
4491 
4492 
4493 
4494 
4495 
4496 
4497 
4498 
4499 
4500 
4501 
4502 

4503 

4504 
4505 
4506 
4507 
4508 
4509 
4510 
4511 

4512 
4513 
4514 
4515 
4516 
4517 
4518 
4519 
4520 
4521 
4522 
4523 
4524 
4525 
4526 
4527 
4528 
4529 
4530 
4531 


h. 
3782 
3786 
3783 
3784 
3785 
2032 
2033 
2034 
2035 
3787 


H. 




h in 8 

19 4 14-3 
19 6 50-4 
19 6 53-8 
19 7 6-3 
19 7 7-3 
19 7 14-8 
19 8 :i-7 
19 8 38-7 
19 9 37-9 
19 10 22-9 
19 10 45-5 
19 11 7'2 

19 11 17-6 
19 11 37-3 
19 H 39-2 
19 12 48-3 
19 13 23-1 
19 14 30-8 
19 15 55-9 
19 17 13-9 
19 18 23-8 
19 19 6-7 
19 20 47-4 
19 21 22-5 
19 24 29-7 
19 24 53-0 
19 27 18-0 
19 27 18-9 
19 28 30-3 

19 31 7'9 

19 31 43-0 
19 33 58-6 
19 34 7-2 
19 35 0-0 
19 35 6-9 
19 35 16-0 
19 36 3-0 
19 36 24-3 

19 37 13-6 
19 40 47-3 
19 41 7-5 
19 43 30-0 
19 45 4-3 
19 45 43-7 
19 46 33-8 
19 46 53-0 
19 47 28-8 
19 48 13-9 
19 48 41-7 
19 48 57-9 
19 49 31-7 
19 49 42-9 
19 50 49-6 
19 51 22-9 
19 51 33-2 
19 51 47-6 
19 52 27-6 
19 53 19-4 


+ 4-647 
4-160 
5-349 
5-349 
5-351 
3-137 
2-968 
3-449 
3-097 
5-690 
6-917 
2-339 

4-954 
2-931 
5-283 
5-896 
3-102 
4-890 
2-098 
2-565 
4-094 
3-000 
4-941 
2-491 
2-628 
2-875 
4-068 
4-209 
6-638 

3-817 

5-109 
1-790 
4-858 
3-300 
2-462 
3-744 
3-386 
2-053 

2-555 
1-298 
1-622 
2-912 
2-569 
1-072 
2-408 
2-832 
2-674 
2-696 
2-824 
3-818 
2-823 
5-672 
4-355 
2-417 
4-845 
4-079 
4-760 
+ 4-402 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 

1 

1 
3 
2 
1: 

2 

3 

1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 

2 

2 
2 
1 

1 : 

1 
| 
1 

1: 
3 
1: 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 1 
2 
1 
1 

1 


140 53 ll'-6 
130 25 44-6 
150 44 16-4 
150 4* 46-1 
150 46 25-8 
92 57 5-3 
85 22 9-5 
106 30 34-4 
91 9 48-3 
154 8 23-1 
161 45 35-7 
60 3 41-6 

146 1 45-6 
83 42 46-5 
150 10 43-4 
155 52 59-1 
91 21 22-0 
145 13 36-8 
52 28 32-1 
68 6 5-0 
129 9 44-8 
86 44 46-9 
146 11 39-2 
65 8 23-8 
70 1 4-0 
81 3 37-8 
128 51 32-9 
132 36 18-9 
160 57 27-8 

121 15 44-2 

148 58 44-5 
43 44 48-8 
145 40 17-8 
100 38 29-9 
63 30 55-5 
118 52 41-0 
104 28 52-5 
50 7 59-5 

67 1 48-4 
34 18 29-2 
39 49 41-7 
82 26 25-1 
67 15 45-5 
30 55 55-2 
60 57 6-5 
78 40 27-3 
71 34 55-1 
72 28 24-0 
78 15 35-1 
122 11 30-6 
78 12 33-0 
155 36 45-6 
137 27 28-8 
61 1 41-1 
146 28 18-7 
130 35 26-7 
145 13 47-9 
138 39 10-1 


5-68 
5-88 
5-92 
5-93 
5-94 
5-89 
5-95 
6-02 
6-09 
6-23 
6-21 
6-18 

6-28 
6-25 
6-32 
6-43 
6-40 
6-54 
6-53 
6-70 
6-84 
6-87 
7-06 
7-04 
7-30 
7-34 
7-57 
7-57 
7-74 

7-86 

7-95 
8-04 
8-14 
8-17 
8-15 
8-20 
8-25 
8-25 

8-32 
8-56 
8-61 
8-83 
8-95 
8-96 
9-05 
9-09 
9-13 
9-20 
9-23 
9-28 
9-30 
9-38 
9-44 
9-43 
9-51 
9-51 
9-57 
9-63 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

6* 

i 
i 

3 

2 
1 

2 

3 
1 

1 

2 
1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 

2 

2 
2 
1 

1: 
1 
3 
1 

1 
1- 


irF; pS; iR 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 

14 

1 

3t 
3 
3 

1 
2 

4 
V 
1 
2 
3 
5 
5 
1 
1 
2 

5 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 

8t 
1 

2 

1 

2t 
3 

2 
1 
2 
2 

13 
3 
3 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 




vF;S;H;pslbM 




vF;S; It;lbM; 1st of 3 




eF; vS; 2nd of 3 






eF; S; 3rd of 3 


IV. 14 




vF;L; R; vvlbM; r 




Cl; P;1C 






Cl; vL;lC 






Cl; P; lC;st 10. ..11 






pB; S; R;pgbM 




Lac. I. 13 
M.56 


\cl> without st(Lac. Auw. 40) 
; 15; L;iR; gvmCM; rrr; 
st 11. ..14. 
vF;L; R; vglbM 


2036 

3788 
2037 
3789 
3790 
2038 
3791 





111.743 




O;F;L;R;vsbMdisc;S*nt 
cF; cS; R; IbM; *9s 








eeeF; pS; am S st 






eS; stellar 






pB; S; mE; pslbM 




Auw. N. 45 


vF (Winnecke, Dec. 1853) 
Cl; P; 1C 


2039 
3792 
2040 
3793 
2041 
2042 
2043 
3796 
3795 
3794 

3798 

3797 
2044 
3799 
2045 
2046 
3800 
2047 
2048 

2049 


VIII. 81 




eF; pS; R; vgvlbM 






Cl; Hi; bet .2 st 9 






eF; vS; R; IbM; 3 vS st nr 
Cl; vL;pRi; vlC;st 10... 
Cl; L; vC; E 0; st 14.. .18 
cB; S; iR; rrr 


VIII. 21 
VI. 14 
VI. 38 










eF; R; vgbM 






eF; vS; * 14 att 






pB; E; biN; #8 f 




M. 55 = A. 620 


/; pB; L; R; vlli;l 
1 vgbM; st 12. ..15. / 
pS; R; vgbM 








Cl;L;pRi;IC;st 11. ..14.. 
pB; pS; ptnE; glbM 






III. 744 




pF;pL; R; bM; r 




Cl; vL;plli;lC;st 10. ..15 
eF;pS; R; vlbM;* np 
O; B- vS; R 






IV. 51 




Harding 


Cl; vL; vRi; st 11. ..15 
(Harding, 1827). 
Cl; cRi; E;st 11...12 
pB; iF; bM 


VII. 18 
II. 878 
IV. 73 
MIL 73 
VII. 9 




2050 
2051 
2052 
2053 
2054 
2055 
2056 
2057 
2058 
3802 
2059 
3801 
3803 

3804 
3805 
3806 
3807 




O;B;pL;R; *11 M 
Cl- P; 1C 






Cl;L;pRi;pC;stll...l2 . 
Cl; vL;lC;st 7 




VIII. 16 
VIII. 18 




Cl;P;lC;st 11...12 
Cl- S- P 




M. 71 


3 

1:: 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


Cl; vL;vRi;pmC;stll...l6 
Cl; vS; vC 
Cl; P; 1C 


VI. 16? 
VIII. 19 






vF- S- R; psbM 






Cl; S; P 






eF; vS;R;psbM; *llnp.. 
vF- S- vlE; glbM 






II. 202 




Neb; r 




cF;cL;R; vglbM ; 2 st f .. 
pB; S; R; vS # np 










vF- S- R- bM 






pF- S- vlE; psbM . .. . 









128 



SIE J. F. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
byh. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Cataloguer, 
of Nebulae. 


SirW. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos 


Other 

Authorities. 


4532 

4533 
4534 
4535 
4536 
4537 
4538 

4539 
4540 
4541 
4542 
4543 
4544 
4545 
4546 
4547 
4548 
4549 

4550 
4551 
4552 
4553 
4554 
4555 
4556 
4557 
4558 
4559 
4560 
4561 
4562 
4563 
4564 
4565 
4566 
4567 
4568 
4569 
4570 
4571 
4572 
4573 
4574 
4575 
4576 
4577 
4578 
4579 
4580 
4581 
4582 
4583 
4584 
4585 
4586 
4587 
4588 
4589 


h. 
2060 

3808 
3809 
2063 
2062 
2061 


H. 


M. 27 


h in s 
19 53 29-3 

19 54 40-9 
19 55 31-7 
19 56 8-8 
19 56 23-1 
19 56 23-6 
19 56 39-0 

19 56 41-0 
19 57 5-0 
19 57 39-9 
19 57 46-5 
19 57 49-1 
19 59 11-2 
19 59 31-7 
19 59 40-6 
19 59 57-7 
20 38-3 
20 2 2-9 

20 2 4-8 
20 2 44-4 
20 3 15-0 
20 3 27-6 
20 3 44-5 
20 4 2-8 
20 4 40-6 
20 5 58-2 
20 5 59-3 
20 6 7-1 
20 6 37-5 
20 7 22-0 
20 8 5-5 
20 8 29-7 
20 10 43-4 
20 10 45-8 
20 12 23'7 
20 12 26 
20 14 4-0 
20 14 52-7 
20 15 40-2 
20 15 46'1 
20 16 7-9 
20 16 44-2 
20 17 43-6 
20 18 5-5 
20 18 51-9 
20 20 50-3 
20 22 0-0 
20 22 36-0 
20 23 2-0 
20 25 35-6 
20 25 52-1 
20 26 8-3 
20 26 29-1 
20 26 43-0 
20 27 19-8 
20 27 59-4 
20 28 25-0 
20 28 35-0 


8 

+ 2-588 

4-723 

4-849 
1-354 
2-309 

2-847 
3-068 

5-207 
4-395 
4-849 
3-151 
3-547 
1-967 
4-733 
4-387 
4-382 
2-258 
6-426 

2-636 
2-179 
4-278 
6-429 
6-428 
4-209 
6-419 
2-509 
2-261 
2-514 
4-584 
2-185 
4-644 
4-206 
4-344 
2-419 
1-746 
2-42 
4-433 
4-143 
3-468 
2-547 
2-676 
3-590 
4-267 
2-137 
2-212 
4-274 
4-141 
9-441 
3-727 
3-752 
3-118 
3-118 
6-798 
2-935 
2-941 
4-457 
4-458 
+ 2-646 


4 

2 

1 
1 
3 

1 

1 

2 
1 
1 
3 

1 
1 

2 
2 
1 
2 

1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 


67 39 43-0 

144 45 44-5 

146 47 1-7 
34 15 9'9 
56 50 48-7 
79 7 24-4 
89 56 49-0 

151 29 30-7 
138 46 5-7 
146 47 18-2 
93 57 0-8 
112 18 47-5 
46 23 49-7 
145 11 4-4 
138 46 26-4 
138 41 20-8 
54 37 13-1 
161 11 51-8 

69 17 54-5 
52 9 34-3 
136 34 21-6 
161 17 6-5 
161 17 10-6 
134 56 31-8 
161 17 3-8 
63 42 34-8 
54 34 19-8 
63 55 43-5 
143 12 32-8 
52 1 28-8 
144 23 0-5 
135 13 51-9 
138 40 53-1 
59 51 33-3 
40 12 6-0 
59 47 42 
140 52 0-6 
134 5 51-8 
109 45 13-6 
64 41 32-2 
70 20 19-3 
115 14 51-2 
137 28 57-8 
49 40 14-4 
51 56 3-6 
137 56 31-9 
134 40 55-8 
170 28 50-4 
121 17 38-7 
122 26 56-3 
92 29 44-3 
92 30 28-7 
164 6 50-1 
82 44 5-5 
83 3 41-3 
142 35 10-9 
142 38 11-7 
68 13 54-9 


- 9-60 

9-75 

9-81 
9-77 
9-81 
9-82 
9-85 

9-91 
9-91 
9-96 
9-94 
9-95 
10-01 
10-12 
10-12 
10-14 
10-13 
10-34 

10-25 
10-29 
10-38 
10-45 
10-48 
10-44 
10-54 
10-54 
10-54 
10-55 
10-64 
10-64 
10-75 
10-77 
10-93 
10-89 
11-00 
11-01 
11-18 
11-24 
11-28 
11-26 
11-29 
11-36 
11-44 
11-42 
11-48 
11-67 
11-74 
11-92 
11-81 
11-99 
11-99 
12-01 
12-13 
12-05 
12-09 
12-17 
12-21 
12-17 


3 

2 
1 
1 
3 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
[2] 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1:: 


!!!;vB;vL;BiN;iE(Dumb- 
bell N). 
F; S; TIE; glbM 


13f 

2 
1 
1 
4* 
1 


1 

2 
1 
1 
10 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
o 

1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

7t 
1 

1 
1 
3* 
1 

6t 
3 
1 
5 
6 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
5 
2 
1 
1 
3* 
2 
2 
4 








pF; S; R 






Cl; pS; pmC;iR; 8tl2...l6 
F; amM. Way st ... 


III. 144 






CI;cL; E; pRi; st 13 
F; *10 p 1 s , s 1' 29" (Bond 
Nov. 1852). 
F;pS;gbM 




AUW. N. 4:6 


3810 
3811 
3812 
2065 
2064 
2066 
3813 
3814 
3815 
2067 
3816 

2068 
2069 
3819 
3817 
3818 
3821 
3820 






A. 425 


B; S; cE; gpmbM 




F; S; IE; glbM 






Cl; S; vmC- st 19 




M. 75 


;B;pL; R;vinbMBN;rr 
Cl; L; vRi; cC 


VII. 59 




eeF; L; pmE 






vB; S; R- pgvmbM 






cF; cS; E90; gbM 




2. 2630 


Cl;stL&S; Jinv 




F; pS;lE;glbM;*9plO s -5 
1st of 4. 
Cl;lC;stl0...13; *inv... 
C1;P;1C 




2. 2631 


VIII. 86 




F;vS;R; vgmbM; *7nf ... 
pB;S; R;eS*sf;2mlof 4... 
vF; vS; R; 3rd of 4 














vF;pL; R;glbM 






F; S;R;r; vS*att;4th of 4 
C1;P;1C 


VIII. 22 




2070 
2071 

3822 




Cl; pRi; *inv 


VIII. 20 




Cl; vB; vL;Ri;IC;st6...11 
pF;cL; pmE; glbM 




IV. 72 




F;vL;vmE; J att 


3823 
3824 
3825 
2072 




vF;L;lE 






pF; S; R; vglbM 






iF; S; R; svbM*12 


IV. 13 
VIII. 83 




; @; F; S; vvlE 




CI;pRi;lC 


D' Arrest, 114 


Cl + neb; S; st vS 


3826 
3827 
2073 
2074 
2075 
2076 
3828 
2077 
2078 
3830 
3831 
3829 
3832 
3834 
2079 
2080 
3833 

2081 
3835 
3836 

2082 




F; S; R; glbM; am st 






F; cS; R; bM 






:L; E; bM*17; *10att 






Cl; S; vlC; stl0...11 


IV. 16 
III. 141 




!; O; B; pS; R;4Sstnr ... 
cF; cL; vIE; vglbM; r; 3stp 
iB; pL; gbM; 2stlO nr 






VIII. 56 




Ci;pB;pS;P;pC;stl0...12 
Cl; P; 1C; st L & S 


M. 29 




vF; *12attsp 






eF; pS; R; vgvlbM 






)B; cS; R; psmbM 






pF; cS; R; gbM; bet 2 st ... 
cB; L;mE6-0;pslbM 






HI. 142 




vF; pL; E0 or biN; p of 2 
vF;vS;sfof2 








F; S; R; gbM; 5 st p 


I. 103 




vB; L; gnibM; er 




;B; L;R;rrr;stl6...;*9p 
pB;cL; R;glbM;r 










vF;cS;R;slbM;fof2 
Cl;vL;P;vlC 


VIII. 17 









OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS OF STARS. 



129 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Ecferenccs to 


Bight 

Ascen.-ion 
for 
l>m. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
I'nvession 
in 
Right 

A-I-I 
for 1SSO. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 

USOll. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
18CO, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
ssion 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 

[880. 


No. 
of 
Ob.s. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
' "parison of all llir 
Observations, Komarkx, Su:. 


Total 
No. of 

times 
of Ob. 
byn. 
ml H. 


Sir J. 11. V 
CataloL r ;u'~ 
of Nebulae. 


SirW. H.V 
ClaMM 

and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4590 
4591 
4592 
4593 
4594 
4595 
4596 
4597 
459K 
4599 
4600 
4601 

4i;o.' 

4603 
4604 
4605 
4606 
460J 
4608 
4609 
4610 
4611 
4612 
4613 
4614 
4615 
4616 
4617 
4618 
4619 
4620 
4621 
4622 
4623 
4624 
4625 
4626 
4627 
4628 
4629 
4630 
4631 
4632 
4633 
4634 
4635 
4636 
4637 
4638 
4639 
4640 
4641 
4642 
4643 
4644 
4645 
4646 
4647 
4648 
4649 
4650 


h. 
2083 


ir. 

VI. 42 
VII. 8 




h in * 

Jii ,'S 36-4 
20 ;.' 42-5 
-'0 30 :i-7 
20 31 3-8 
20 31 57-3 

20 32 :KH; 

20 33 4-6 
20 34 40-7 
20 37 14-2 
20 39 39-2 
20 39 53-0 
20 40 7'8 

20 40 + 

20 40 13-6 
20 42 15-1 
^0 45 16-1 
20 45 44-9 
20 47 8-1 
20 47 18-9 
20 47 48-0 
20 48 20-9 
20 49 13-4 
20 49 27-4 
20 49 51-7 
20 50 35-2 
20 51 16-0 
20 51 19-8 
20 51 30 '9 
20 51 33-5 
20 53 48-2 
20 53 54-5 
20 53 .07-1 
20 54 13-9 
20 54 43-8 
20 55 23-1 
20 56 17-5 
20 56 31-2 
20 57 5-8 
20 57 8-1 
20 57 21-1 
20 57 38-9 
20 58 18-4 
20 59 j.'-;i 
20 59 38-5 
20 59 39-2 
20 59 45-4 
21 46-2 
21 2 7-3 
21 2 45-7 
21 2 47-1 
21 3 36-5 
21 5 3-4 
21 5 39-3 
21 6 14-3 
21 6 52-3 
21 6 55-9 
21 7 45-4 
21 7 48-6 
21 7 52-9 


+ 1-211 
2-510 
4-563 
5-831 
1-269 
3-750 
4-4<)7 
2-769 
2-852 
3-882 
2-478 
3-0/4 

3-074 

3-074 
4-243 
2-454 
3-302 
4-356 
4-043 
4-353 
4-211 
2-092 
4-529 
2-024 
2-478 
3-299 
2-490 
2-095 
2-123 
2-142 
3-083 
4-201 
4-203 
2-801 
4-345 
1-749 
3-273 
3-291 
2-054 
4-033 
2-535 
4-111 
0-771 
5-130 
5-000 
4-185 
2-255 
4-173 
1-948 
5-457 
2-825 
2-471 
4-079 
2-150 
2-860 
4-114 
2-253 
3-008 
+ 3-035 


3 
5 
1 

1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 

2 
1 

1 
3 
2 
1 

3 

a 

1 

2 
1 

2 

1 

1 
3 

(0 
1 

2 
1 

00 
3 

1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

(J) 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 


29 49 5(1-8 
!i~' !) 51-9 
144 4-7 44-4 
159 14 17-4 
30 20 17-9 
122 58 55-9 
143 51 23-1 
73 50 36-0 
77 59 34-9 
128 30 26-2 
59 47 14-8 
!^0 11 12-9 

90 11 + 

90 12 34-6 
139 17 41-8 
J58 23 48-0 
103 3 35-8 
142 24 21-2 
134 30 30-2 
142 24 12-7 
139 10 13-8 
45 15 32-5 
146 6 24'7 
43 15 22-6 
58 50 11-8 
103 10 31-0 
59 19 15-3 
45 3 59-3 
45 53 24-0 
46 13 4-8 
90 44 34-9 
139 35 0-3 
139 40 27-7 
74 21 51-7 
143 6 3-6 
35 59 39-6 
101 55 4-8 
103 3 8-9 
43 13 48-5 
135 22 12-0 
60 39 30-3 
137 44 44-2 
22 26 51-2 
154 35 45-2 
154 5 34-2 
139 52 10-5 
49 3 58-9 
139 51 26-0 
39 43 13-3 
158 51 57-9 
75 7 5-2 
56 50 48-0 
137 47 45-7 
44 53 32-7 
76 58 16-2 
138 56 41-3 
48 4 44-0 
86 3 33-4 
87 44 17-4 


12-14 
12-17 
12-32 
1 _'-!.' 
12-37 
12-47 
12-53 
12-60 
12-77 
12-96 
12-94 
12-97 

12-97 

12-98 
13-14 
13-30 
13-34 
13-46 
13-46 
13-51 
13-54 
13-55 
13-61 
13-58 
13-64 
13-70 
13-69 
1369 
13-70 
13-84 
13-87 
13-89 
13-91 
13-91 
13-98 
13-98 
14-04 
14-07 
14-05 
14-10 
14-09 
14-16 
14-16 
14-26 
14-26 
14-25 
14-27 
14-40 
14-39 
14-47 
14-46 
14-60 
14-61 
M-Gl 
14-66 
14-69 
14-70 
14-72 
-14-72 


3 
5 
1 

1 
3 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

2 
1 
1 
3 

2 

1 
3 

a 

1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
3 
1:: 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
4 
1 
1 
2 
2 

1 
2 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 


Cl; pL;eHi;pCM;stll...l6 
Cl; vB; vL; vUi; cC; st pL.. 
pB; pL; R; psIbM 


5 

5 

1 
1 

4t 
1 

2 
2 
2 
1 

6t 
4 



4 
1 

1 
10 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
3 

4t 
3 

If* 
2 
3 
3 

1 
2 
1 
4 
3 

H 

23f 
1 
1 

2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
3 




3837 
3838 
2084 
3839 
3840 
2085 
2086 
3841 
2088 
2087 

1 2087,0 

2089 
3842 








pF; L- inE; vglbMvS# 


IV. 7G 




vF; vL; v, vsbM; rr 




vF; L- R; gbM 






I'F; pS; cE; IbM 


VIII. 23 

111.219 




Cl- P- vlC 




vF; S; stellar; % att . . . 




B; cS; R; pgmbM; 4 st p ... 
!!; pB; cL; eiF; k Cygni inv 
cF; S; R; bM 


V. 15 
II. 426 






11. 3 novic 


Group of 5 with many st ... 
F;vS;R;bM 


II. 427 




pB; S- IE- gbM 


11.206 




F;S;iE-r 


2090 
3843 
3844 
3845 
3846 


M. 7-' 


; pB; pL; R; gmCM; rrr.. 
vF- S- E- pof 2 








eF- cS- R 






F;pL;vlE; vgbM; f of 2... 
pF; S; vlE; gpmbM; vB#p 
Cl- cL; st pS 






Vlli. 82 




3847 
2091 
2092 




eeF; vS; vniEO ; *13att, n 
Cl- L- P- vlC 


VIII. 76 
V. 14 






!! ; eF; eL ; eE ; eiF' bifurcate 


M. 73 


Cl??- eP- vlC- no neb 


2093 
2094 




F- eL- neb & st 






Cl- P- 1C 


VIII. 58 
V. 37? 




Cl- P- 1C- st L 


2096 
2095 
3848 
3849 
2097 
3850 
2099 
2098 
2100 
2101 
3851 
2102 
3852 








eF- S- EO' 






oF- cS- R- bM 






eF- R- IbM- *11 f 


I. 52 




B- pL- R-gbM 




pB* S- R- psbM* am st 


I. 192 
IV. 1 




cB; L; E45 + ; r; *att ... 
"!; O; vB; S; elliptic 


Lai. 40/65 


eF- nL- II- r 












F- uL- E- vffvlbM- * D 


11.203 




pB; cS; R; psbM; pB*np 




pF; S; R; bM; 2stl2n ... 
eF" # 7 HI in neb (?) 


IV. 74 




3853 
3854 
3855 
2103 
3856 
2105 
3857 
2104 
2106 
3858 
2107 

3859 
2110 
2108 
2109 




pB- cS- IE- po-bM 






pF; cS; R; psbM; *7'8 p ... 
peF- S- R- B ** sf 






V1LI.57 




Cl- P- 1C- st 10 




B- cS- H- pnmbM 


VIII. 74 




Cl of triple st- 1C 




vF- cS- R- glbM 






Cl- 1C 






CljpRi; iF;stll...!5 
I>B- pL- IF- gbM 










Cl; vL; pHi; E; st, 10 
vF- S- R 


III. 209 






B; cS; cE; psmbM; #10f... 
CI;vF;pL;vRi;vC;stl5...18 
eF 


VI. 24 






III. 858 




eF- pL- R- IbM 







MDC'CCLXIV. 



130 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
rf Obs. 
by h. 
ndH. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula;. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4651 
4652 


h. 
3860 
2111 
2112 
2113 
2114 
3861 
2115 
3862 
3863 
3864 
2116 
2117 
3865 
2118 
3866 
2119 
3867 
3868 


H. 


A. 406 


h in s 

21 9 26-5 
21 9 33-0 
21 12 36-6 
21 14 20-1 
21 15 26-3 
21 15 58-1 
21 16 16-6 
21 16 41-6 
21 16 53-5 
21 17 58-9 
21 18 12-1 
21 18 44-9 
21 19 9-1 
21 19 37-1 
21 21 26-5 
21 21 31-0 
21 21 37-5 
21 22 49-4 
21 22 51-7 

21 23 9-9 

21 23 31-9 
21 24 18-3 
21 24 22-5 
21 24 38-7 
21 25 11-3 
21 25 42-8 
21 25 44-2 

21 26 12-5 

21 26 36-3 
21 26 51-0 
21 27 12-6 
21 29 5-1 
21 30 3-9 
21 30 20-1 
21 31 24-1 
21 31 59-5 

21 32 26-0 

21 32 59-7 
21 33 22-2 
21 33 31-6 
21 33 48-4 
21 36 32-5 
21 36 57-1 
21 37 10-8 
21 38 22-8 

21 38 39-8 
21 38 45-1 
21 38 56-2 
21 38 58-8 
21 39 8-8 
21 39 21-8 
21 39 45-0 
21 39 51-6 
21 41 22-0 
21 41 442 
21 42 15-3 


s 
+ 4-109 
2-424 
2-640 
3-216 
1-717 
3-884 
2-021 
4-607 
3-879 
4-085 
2-181 
2-447 
4-222 
2-135 
3-879 
2-148 
3-880 
3-757 
1-459 

2-895 

3-898 
3-043 

2-188 
4-809 
2-819 
2-044 
3-800 

3-091 

4-251 
3-699 
2-160 
2-244 
3-827 
4-7.5 
3-821 
6-179 

3-422 

4-134 
3-873 
3-626 
3-620 
3-965 
3-961 
3-904 
3-296 

5-278 
4-022 
4-466 
4-460 
2-013 
2-049 
1-387 
3-605 
3-609 
2-773 
+ 1-576 


2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

2 

2 

2 

1 
1:: 
1 

1 
2 
1 
2 

1 

2 

1 

1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 

1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
4 


13 8 52-8 
54 23 16-7 
64 9 17-3 
99 22 29-7 
32 59 50-8 
133 3 41-7 
39 47 4-3 
150 37 16-9 
133 26-2 
139 4() 10-1 
44 13 3-7 
54 5 44-1 
143 23 17-3 
42 34 45-6 
133 41 50-4 
42 40 21-6 
133 45 57-1 
129 14 1-3 
27 43 29-5 

78 27 22-3 

134 40 55-1 
88 7 23-2 
43 31 7-5 
154 31 11-7 
73 11 28-0 
39 1 55-7 
131 26 32-5 

91 26 37-2 

145 10 46-0 
127 24 5-7 
42 10 58-0 
44 37 6-0 
133 10 21-6 
154 32 2-4 
133 10 19-5 
165 44 25-1 

113 47 59-0 

143 20 29-8 
135 25 37-2 
125 4 56-2 
124 48 14-9 
139 3 59-4 
138 59 48-8 
137 9 38-5 
99 28 19-2 

160 58 43-5 
141 32 49-8 
151 21 18-5 
151 15 13-5 
36 1 22-4 
36 56 49-1 
24 32 15-8 
125 5 43-6 
125 31 43-2 
68 29 7-2 
26 49 29-9 


-14-84 
14-81 
14-99 
15-11 
15-14 
15-21 
15-19 
15-27 
15-26 
15-33 
15-31 
15-33 
15-39 
15-38 
15-52 
15-48 
15-53 
15-59 
15-55 

15-59 

15-63 
15-66 
15-65 
15-71 
15-70 
15-71 
15-75 

15-76 

15-80 
15-81 
15-80 
15-90 
15-98 
16-02 
16-05 
16-13 

16-10 

16-14 
16-16 
16-16 
16-17 
16-32 
16-34 
16-35 
16-36 

16-45 
16-44 
16-45 
16-45 
16-42 
16-43 
16-44 
16-48 
16-56 
16-56 
16-57 


2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


2 
3 

1 
1:: 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 

C) 

2 
2 
1 

1 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

2 
2 
4 


vB; pS; E; mbM 


2 
1 
3 

1* 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 

16 

. 1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
3 
2 

19t 

1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 

3t 

1 
1 
1 

2 

2 
2 
1 


1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
2 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 




CI; no description 


4653 
4654 


III. 145 




F;S;vlE;r 




vF; R; gbM; f nr 


4655 






CI;F;pS;P 


4656 






eF; vS; R;pof2 


4657 






CI;P;1C 


4658 






B;pL; 1C; gpmbM 


4659 






vF;pS;R;fof2 


4660 






eeF; vS; R 


4661 


VII. 51 




CI; pS; pRi;pC;st!3 


4662 




CI;P;stlO 


4663 






eF;pL;vmE90-8; *s 


4664 


VII. 50 




Cl;P;?neb 


4665 




F; cL; IE; gvlbM; p of 2 ... 
CI; S; C; cE 


4666 
4667 
4668 
4669 

4670 

4671 

4672 
4673 
4674 
4675 
4676 
4677 

4678 
4679 










F; S; R; vglbM; f of 2 






cF; cS; R;pgbM 


III. 936 




vB; er 


2120 

3869 
2121 
2122 
3870 
2123 
2124 
3871 

2125 

3872 
3873 
2126 
2127 
3875 
3874 
3877 
3876 
f2128j 

\3878J 
3879 
3880 
3881 
3882 
3883 
3884 
3885 


M. 15= \ 

Lai. 40815 J 


f!; ; vB; vL; iR;l 


\ vsmbM; rrr; stvS. J 
B; R; cS; psbM 


I 


III, 859 
VII. 52 




F; S; R; mbM; *14s 




CI;L;cRi;lC;stl0...13... 
pF; cL; vlE; vgpmbM; r ... 
C1;1C 


A. 263 ? 




VI. 32 




CI; cL; vRi;pC;stll...l6 
cF; S; R; gbM 




f 


M. 2= 1 
Lai. 41928 / 


f!!;;B;vL;g,pmbM;l 
\ rrr;steS. J 
pB; pL; vmE 127'l; sr.pslbM 
eF;pL; vgbM; *6f40 s 


1- 


4680 






4681 




M. 39 


Cl;L;rP;YlC;*t7...M... 

CI;P;1C 


4682 




4683 






F; pL; R; vslbM; *13inv... 
vF;S; R; vS * nf 


4684 






4685 
4686 

4687 

4688 
4689 
4690 
4691 
4692 
4693 
4694 
4695 

4696 
4697 
469S 
469 
4700 
4701 
470$ 
470E 
4704 
470; 
4706 






B;S; vlE; mbM 






pF; R; g, psmbM; am st .. 
!; ; B; L; IE; gpmbM 




M. 30 




st!2...l6. 
eF; cS; IE; vglbM 






vF; cL; R; v-UbM 






eF; vS; am st 






F; S; R; bM 






F;S;R;glbM;pof2 
F;S; R;glbM;fof2 
F;S;R;ubM 












Auw. N. 47 


Nebulous *10-11 or vSC 
(Cooper). 
pB; S;R; vgbM; *9 f 
pB; L; pmE; vgbM 


3886 
3888 
3887 
3889 
2129 
2130 
2131 
3890 
3891 
2132 












( >F;pL; R; pof2 






pB; pS; IE; gbM; f of* .. 

CI;S;P;1C 






VII. 40 
IV. 75 




CI; S; plli; has a ruby * .. 
!; C F;pL;gbM ** 






P B;S; R;albM 






P B;pL; R; vgbM; *14attp 
F;pS; R; vglbM; r 


II. 261 

III. 696 






vF; cS; R;r 







OF NEBULAE AND CLUSTERS OF STABS. 



131 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
ogue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
ISIHI. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
I'recvssion 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No 
or 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 

times 
>f Ob. 
byh. 
ind 11. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebula*. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4707 

4708 
4709 
4710 
4711 
4712 
5077 
4713 
4714 
4715 
4716 
4717 
4718 
4719 
4720 
4721 
4722 
4723 
4724 
4725 
4726 
4727 
4728 
4729 
4730 
4731 
4732 
4733 
4734 
4735 
4736 
4737 
4738 
4739 
4740 
4741 
4742 
4743 
4744 
4745 
4746 
4747 
4748 
4749 
4750 
4751 
4752 
4753 
4754 
4755 
4756 
4757 
4758 
4759 
4760 
4761 
4762 
4763 
4764 
4765 
4766 


h. 
3892 
3893 
2134 
8133 
3894 
3895 


H. 




!i in " 
21 42 28-6 
-.>! 42 30-4 
21 42 34-2 
21 42 41-2 
21 43 34-1 
21 44 13-2 
21 45 12-5 
21 45 46-0 
21 45 50-0 
21 46 30-0 
21 46 58-7 
21 46 59-2 
21 47 29-0 
21 49 48-4 
21 49 53 
21 50 58-1 
21 51 10-5 
21 51 49-3 
21 51 53-6 
21 52 37-2 
21 52 54-3 
21 53 6-8 
21 53 29-4 
21 53 52-3 
21 53 53-1 
21 53 55-3 
21 53 55-9 
21 53 59-0 
21 54 0-1 
21 54 6-3 
21 54 21-4 
21 54 26-8 
21 54 38-9 
21 54 51-2 
21 55 8-7 
21 55 13-6 
21 56 20-4 
21 56 24-7 
21 56 42-8 
21 56 50-6 
21 57 7-6 
21 58 4-3 
21 58 7-9 
21 58 27-0 
21 58 39-2 
21 58 40-2 
21 58 47-8 
21 58 53-7 
21 59 24-6 
21 59 42-2 
21 59 57-7 
22 29-0 
22 1 8-3 
22 1 30-8 
22 1 37-4 
22 2 34-9 
22 2 47-3 
22 3 13-8 
22 4 16-2 
22 5 15-4 
22 6 4-9 


+ 4-229 
4-187 
1-441 
2-650 
3-921 
3-907 

3-984 
3-493 
3-486 
3-588 
3-940 
3-042 
1-722 
3'04 
3-752 
3-521 
3-289 
3-750 
3-401 
3-975 
3-852 
3-243 
3-513 
3-514 
3-515 
2-106 
3-514 
2-858 
3-582 
4-525 
3-339 
3-316 
3-341 
3-337 
2-599 
4-543 
4-521 
2-949 
3-900 
2-493 
4-529 
3-889 
3-488 
3-486 
3-488 
3-484 
4-140 
3-451 
2-384 
2-741 
3-798 
3-427 
4-794 
2-682 
3-273 
4-487 
3-462 
2-525 
3-392 
+ 3-436 


1 
1 
1 

1 
2 
1 

3 
1 

1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
[2] 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
4 
4 
2 
1 
6 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 

! 

2 
4 
1 

1 
4 


147 12 6-1 
146 13 34-1 
24 50 39-6 
60 41 28-0 
138 54 28-9 
138 32 26-0 
40 53 46-4 
141 19 11-6 
119 56 36-9 
119 41 30-0 
125 28 21-1 
140 10 49-8 
87 42 49-8 
28 3 3-1 
87 42 42 
133 58 28-4 
122 33 8-4 
107 10 39-5 
134 3 32-2 
115 18 18-3 
142 25 3-4 
138 21 46-4 
103 57 3-1 
122 32 38-5 
122 38 8-5 
122 39 58-5 
35 50 51-1 
122 39 31-5 
72 56 7-5 
126 28 45-2 
154 43 13-6 
111 13 26-9 
109 35 22-6 
111 28 50-3 
111 8 59-7 
55 33 55-0 
155 19 8-9 
154 59 23-6 
79 51 21-9 
140 47 57-3 
49 37 29-6 
155 22 59'5 
140 40 49-5 
121 55 30-5 
121 51 49-2 
121 49 42-2 
121 43 31-9 
148 6 29-6 
119 43 57-3 
44 11 36-3 
63 34 17-7 
137 50 36-5 
118 29 42-9 
159 20 46-7 
59 20 35-6 
107 19 55-1 
155 32 6-2 
121 14 22-2 
49 40 48-3 
116 50 37-8 
120 4 3-9 


-16-63 
16-63 
16-58 
16-60 
16-67 
16-70 

16-78 
16-77 
16-80 
16-83 
16-84 
16-84 
16-93 
16-95 
17-02 
17-02 
17-05 
17-06 
17-09 
17-12 
17-12 
17-13 
17-15 
17-15 
17-15 
17-13 
17-15 
17-15 
17-16 
17-18 
17-17 
17-18 
17-19 
17-21 
17-20 
17-27 
17-28 
17-27 
17-29 
17-28 
17-35 
17-35 
17-35 
17-36 
17-36 
17-37 
17-38 
17-39 
17-39 
17-41 
17-45 
17-47 
17-51 
17-48 
17-53 
17-56 
17-56 
17-59 
17-64 
-17-67 


1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

3 
1 
1 

2 
2 
3 

[2] 

3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
4 
4 
2 
1 
6 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
4 


pF; cS; R; bM 


1 
1 
3 
I* 

2 
1 

3 
1 
1 

2 
2 
4 
2 

2 
3 
2* 
2 
1 
3 
1 
4 
4t 
<t 
2 t 
1 

6t 
4f 
1 
2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1* 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
1 
4 






:; L; II; p,psmbM 


VII. 66 




Cl; cL; cRi; p('; -t 11. ..14 
vF; ? a * inv in iH'b 








vB; pS; R;inbMN 






B;S; R; in A of st 13 






See No. 5077- 
vF;pL;lE; vgbM; r 


3896 
3897 
3898 
3900 
3899 
2135 
2136 










eeF; vS 












B; pL;iR;glbM; r 






pB;S;IE;mbM 


III. 452 

VIII. 67 




F;pL; R; bM; r 




Cl; P; vlC 


D' Arrest, 115 


Cl; vS;st!9m; bet 2 st 16... 
cF; cL; cE; glbM 


3901 
3902 
2137 
3903 
3905 
3904 
3906 
2138 
3908 
3909 
3910 
2141 
3911 
2139 
3912 
3907 
2140 
2142 
2143 
2144 








F; pL; vIE; vglbM 


III. 930 




eF 




cB; S; vIE; svbMN 






F; pS; R; vglbM; *10f ... 
pB; S; R; psbM... 










eF; S; R; #8 np 


III. 692 




vF;cL; El35+; vgbM ... 
pB; pL; IE; gbM; 1st of 4.. 








cB; cS; R; sl.M*; 2nd of 4 
cF;S;R;pofDneb;3rdof4 
Cl; vL; pRi;10 














B; pL; R; f of Dneb; 4thof 4 


II. 24? 




pB; pS; R; bMN; r; *sp.. 
eF; S; R; *8s2' 








cF; pS; vgbM 


III. 693 
II. 595 
II. 1 




vF; S; R;lbM;pof2 
vF;pS; vlE90;lbM 






pB;pL; mE64-3bet3st;e 
vF;pL;iR; vglbM; fof2.. 
vF* am 5 or 6 st 




HI. 165 




3913 
3914 
2145 
3915 
2146 
3916 
3917 
3918 
3920 
3921 
3922 
3919 
3923 
2147 
2148 
3924 
3926 
3925 
2149 
2150 
3927 
3928 
2151 
3929 
3930 




vF; S; IE; vgbM 






pB; S; R; pmbM 






Cl; IRi; 1C; st9 ..10 






cB; S; R; am st 


II. 599 




F; cS; cE; vglbM; er 
vF;S; R;pslbM; *llp3'.. 
pF- S- R; smbM 












F; R; gbM; 1st of 4 






eF; S; stellar; 2nd of 4 
cF; R; stellar; 3rd of 4 
pB; L; IE; gbM; 4th of 4... 
pB- L; cE; gpslbM 


















vF- vS- R almost a O 


VII. 53 




Cl;L;cRi;pC;st9...12 ... 
eF- R- bM- vF J np 








vB- pS- R- gbM 






pL- ill- rr 






pF- S- R- gbM 


II. 207 
II. 897 




B; pL; gbM; er 




pB; IE-, r 




pB- S' R- 2stnr 






F; S; R;gbM;r;2vSstnr... 
e I*' * pS IE- r am 3 st 


III. 862 






pF- S- IE- bM 






F- pL- R- vglbVI 









s2 



132 



SIR J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 

Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 

Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 

Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations. Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
5 f Obs. 
by h. 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 

Catalogues 
of Nebula:. 


irW. H.'s 
Classes 
and ft os. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4767 
4768 
4769 
4770 
4771 
4772 
4773 
4774 
4775 
4776 
4777 
4778 
4779 
4780 
4781 
4782 
4783 
4784 
4785 
4786 
4787 
4788 
4789 
4790 
4791 
4792 
5078 
4793 
4794 
4795 
4796 
4797 
4798 
4799 
4800 
4801 
4802 
4803 
4804 
4805 


h. 
2152 
2153 
3931 
3932 


H. 
III. 93) 
II. 606 




h m K 
22 6 37-7 
22 6 43-4 
22 6 57-4 
22 7 7-9 
22 7 8-2 
22 7 34-6 
22 9 41-1 
^>2 10 2-5 
>2 10 8-7 
2 11 0-4 
22 11 26-0 
22 12 28-8 
->2 12 53-8 
22 12 57-6 
2 15 6-5 
->2 15 10-0 
2 15 23-6 
2 15 26-0 
2 16 21-1 
2 16 44-2 
2 18 15-5 
2 18 57-4 
22 19 7'4 
22 19 38-1 
22 19 39-4 
22 20 50-7 
22 20 50 + 


s 
+ 3-272 
2-447 
3-731 
3-/30 
2-127 
2-119 
2-358 
2-236 
3-249 
2-563 
3-957 
2-569 
3-247 
3-353 
3-395 
3-403 
2-153 
3-450 
3-466 
3-429 
3-424 
4-079 
3-478 
2-916 
2-198 
3-336 

2-770 
3-474 
3-285 
2-365 
2-380 
3-503 
3-213 
3-501 
3-213 
3-213 
2-76 
2-760 
3-352 
3-541 
3-173 
3-027 
2-886 
3-331 
2-877 
3-466 
2-984 
4-257 
2-736 

2-736 

2-857 

3-466 
2-736 
+ 2-858 


1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

1 

1 

1 
2 

1 

1 
2 
4 

[1] 
2 
1 
1 
5 
2 
1: 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
2 


107 45 40-3 
45 20 52-3 
136 32 31-7 
136 32 16-4 
33 42 56-0 
33 25 12-4 
40 48 55-7 
36 22 2-4 
106 16 47-8 
50 10 13-2 
145 48 53-0 
50 8 9-4 
106 28 21-5 
115 22 44-5 
119 3 25-8 
119 39 16-8 
32 36 51-1 
123 3 31-5 
124 24 1-6 
121 53 45-0 
121 51 23-5 
150 52 54-3 
125 51 19-3 
74 33 55-0 
32 52 26-3 
115 34 20-5 
115 34 + 
61 36 48-8 
126 10 21-2 
111 32 59-8 
37 53 26-3 
38 24 45-0 
128 33 0-1 
104 40 30-3 
128 32 9-8 
104 44 11-8 
104 50 30-3 
59 45 18 
59 45 25-3 
117 58 4-4 
131 39 53-4 
101 4 53-2 
85 9 17-9 
70 23 45-6 
116 45 55-0 
69 5 50-5 
127 57 13-5 
80 11 4-6 
157 12 16-0 
56 20 5-6 

56 20 + 

66 55 34-6 

127 55 48-4 
56 17 51-3 
66 55 58-3 


-l'7-69 
17-69 
17-71 
17-72 
17-70 
17-72 
17-81 
17-82 
17-84 
17-86 
17-90 
17-92 
17-95 
17-95 
18-04 
18-04 
18-03 
18-05 
18-08 
18-10 
18-15 
18-19 
18-19 
18-20 
18-19 
18-25 

18-24 
18-26 
18-29 
18-29 
18-30 
18-33 
18-34 
18-34 
18-34 
18-39 
18-38 
18-39 
18-42 
18-42 
18-46 
18-47 
18-48 
18-50 
18-55 
18-55 
18-58 
18-60 
18-58 

18-58 

18-58 

18-62 
18-59 
18-59 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

1 
1 


vF; S; R; bM 


2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2* 
1 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
4 
1 
2 
4 
1 
3 

1 
1 

1 
2 
2 

2 
2 
5 

2 
1 
1 
6 
4 
2 
3 
2 
2 
4 
1 
4t 

0* 

5 

1 ? 
2 
5 




eF; S;er 




pB; S; pmE; psbM; pof'2... 
F; vS; R; *8f- f'oi'2 






VIII. 63 




CI;S;P;1C 


2154 
2155 
2157 
2156 




Cl; pC- has a ruby *10 ... 


VIII. 75 
VI. 29 
III. 932 
III. 863 




C1;L; P;lC;stvL 




Cl; C; steS 




vF; S; vlE;vgbM;*13n ... 
vF; vS- mbM 




3933 




eeF- R- C') 


III. 864 
III. 933 




vF; S; mE 165 + 


2158 
3934 
3935 
3936 
2159 
3937 
3938 
3939 
3940 
3941 
3942 
2160 
2161 
3943 




F; pS; R; gpmbM 


III. 458 




F; S; K- er . 






vF- S- E- glbM- >biN 






eF;pL-R-vlbM 






Cl- L- plli- 1C 






eF; S- R; IbM 






cB; pS; vlE; glbM;B J* sp 
F; cS; vlE; p of 2 










F; cS; vlE; fof2 






eeF; IE; vgvlbM; 3 st sf ... 
vF; pS; R; vgvlbM 






II. 248 




F;cS; R; gbMS*; Sstnr... 
Cl; L; pRi;lC;st!0...l6... 
cF;cS;lE;r; ^ inv 




II. 469 






(See No. 5078) 


2162 
3944 






22 20 52-1 
22 21 12-0 
22 22 5-6 
12 22 21*2 
22 22 37'4 
22 22 59'4 
22 23 13-6 
22 23 23-8 
22 23 28-3 
22 24 53-0 
22 24 57 
22 24 58-6 
22 25 28-5 
22 25 32-6 
22 26 55-7 
22 27 3-9 
22 27 40-9 
22 28 2-3 
22 29 46-2 
22 29 46-2 
22 30 32-5 
22 30 37-2 
22 30 39-5 

22 30 + 

22 30 44-0 

22 30 50-5 
22 30 54-0 
22 31 5-7 


vFj 8 j II j arnst 







vF; S; R; gbM 


Auw. N. 48 


'' pF* vL.j EOF biN (Harding) 


2163 




1 

2 
1 

1 

c> 

4 

[1] 



i 
i 

5 

2 
1:: 
3 

1 
2 
4 
1 
3 

2 

1 

1 
2 


Cl; 1 J ; !C;stl2...13 
Cl- iR; 1C; st vS 


VII. 41 




3945 
2165, a 
3946 
2164 
2165 




eF; S; R; p of 2 




R. nova 


vF; E np to sf (nisi h.2l64 
eF- S- R- fof2 








vF- cS; vglbM 


IV. 31 




F;pS;R; vsbMFSRN 
vF; pL; vlbM; h.2l66dist2 
vF; S; R; gvlbM 


D'Arrest,ll6 


2166 
3948 
3947 
2167 
2168 
2169 
3949 
2170 
3950 
2171 
3951 
2172 

Ul72,a 

J 

2173 

3950 
2174 
2175 








vF- S- IE; *11 p 


4806 
4807 








II. 476 
II. 428 
III. 180 




vF- pL- R; glbM; r 


4808 
4809 
4810 
4811 
4812 
4813 
4814 
4815 
4816 
4817 
4818 
481S 
4820 
4821 

482 
482^ 
4824 




pF; S; R; psbM; r 




eF- vS- R; *9s 




cB- L- inEO; vlbM 


III. 237 




F- S; iR; vgvlbM 




vF- S; vlE; pbM 






eF; pS; 1E90; vglbM 






pB- pS; in F 90 


I. 53 




B;pL; pmEl60; smbM ... 

5 near; positions measured; 
no distances. 

cB; S; mEl63-0; 
vsmbM*ll; p ol'2. 
eF; '? 


R. 5 novas 


II. 233 

(No. 2?) 
III. 166 
11.234 






eF;vS;E 




F; pS; mE90+; vglbM; 
foffl. 





OF NEBUL.E AND CLUSTEES OF STARS. 



133 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 

for 

Jta.0. 


Annual 
.1 'mission 
in 
Right 

-ion 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 

Olis. 

used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
tunii 
of Obs. 
byh. 
and II. 


SirJ. H.'s 

of Nebula- . 


Sir \V. ll.'s 
and Nns. 


Other 

Authorities. 


48;?:. 
4826 
4827 
4828 
4829 
4830 
4831 
4832 
4833 
4834 
4835 
4836 
4837 
4838 
4839 
4840 
4841 
4842 
4843 

4844 

4845 
4846 
4847 

4848 

4849 
4850 
4851 
4852 
4853 
4854 
4855 
4856 
4857 
4858 
4859 
4860 
4861 
4862 
4sG:i 

4*64 

1st;.-, 
46<; 

4s(ij 
4*6h 
4869 
4870 
4871 
4872 
4873 
4874 
4875 
4876 
4877 
4878 

4879 
4880 
4881 


h. 
21/6 
-'177 
2178 
3952 
3953 
3954 
2179 
3955 
2180 
2181 

Ul81,o 

2182 
3956 


H. 




h m 8 
22 32 57-9 
22 34 15-4 
22 35 6-6 
22 35 26-3 
22 36 9-6 
22 36 30-8 
22 37 14-0 
22 37 30-5 
22 38 40-4 
22 40 12-8 

22 40 + 

22 41 23-2 
22 42 23-0 

22 42 30 

23 42 56-0 
22 43 2-5 
22 43 20 
22 43 22-5 

22 43 25-0 
22 44 15-4 


8 

4-2-982 
2-333 
2-218 
3-451 
4-117 
3-351 
3-079 
:>-47. r > 
3-166 
3-262 

3-262 

2-374 
3-408 

2-99 

2-988 
2-987 
2-99 
2-99 

3-088 
3-238 
3-118 
2-534 
3-069 

3-069 

3-506 
3-420 
3-930 
3-421 
3-456 
3-940 
3-383 
2-356 
3-385 
2-466 
3-428 
2-784 
2-404 
2-986 
2-886 

2-886 

2-543 
2-97 
3-163 
3-163 
3-144 

2-968 
2-967 
+ 3-387 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
3 

2 
1 

[2]:: 

1 

1 
[2] 

2 
3 

2 

1 
2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 

3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

[2] 
2 
o 

2 
2 

1 


79 42 40-2 
33 20 2-3 
29 27 5-4 
128 36 27-8 
155 51 19-9 
120 47 3-9 
90 53 42-0 
130 4 35-7 
101 44 29-8 
113 2 10-3 

113 2 + 

32 39 8-7 
127 34 56-5 

79 10 30 

79 7 46-2 
79 2 36-2 
79 6 

79 8 2-2 

92 16 54-6 
111 21 1-0 
96 18 6-0 
38 33 54-0 
89 38 56-4 

89 39.+ 

136 5 36-8 
130 3 30-2 
154 26 29-6 
130 24 35-6 
133 23 49-0 
155 46 26-1 
127 46 23-4 
29 55 6-3 
128 5 31-1 
33 38 14-1 
131 49 4-8 
54 22 38-8 
30 45 23-2 
77 37 14-6 
64 37 4-6 

64 37 

36 23 55-3 
75 12 12 
103 33 10-4 
103 34 46-4 
101 16 41-1 

74 46 10-1 
74 21 17-2 
130 19 19-2 


-18-66 
18-69 
18-72 
18-74 
18-77 
18-77 
18-80 
18-81 
18-84 
18-89 

18-89 

18-91 
18-95 

18-94 

18-96 
18-96 
18-97 
18-96 

18-98 
19-00 
19-00 
19-00 
19-02 

19-02 

19-04 
19-06 
19-08 
19-08 
19-10 
19-13 
19-12 
19-09 
19-13 
19-13 
19-14 
19-14 
19-16 
19-18 
19-18 

19-18 

19-19 
19-21 
19-22 
19-22 
19-23 

19-23 
19-26 
-19-26 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
5 
3 

2 
1 

[2] 

2 
2 
[2] 

2 
3 
2 
1 
2 

1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
4 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
o 

1 

[2] 
2 
3 

2 
2 

1 


eF;pL;E 


2 
I 

2 
1 

1 
1 
5 
1 
6 
4 



3 
1 



5 

5 

0* 

4 
4 
3 
1 

2 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
2 
2 
3 
1 
4 
3 

} : 



4t 
5t 


3 

2 
1 






Cl; vL;plli; vlC 


II. 705 




B;S;R;pgvlbM;er 




eeF; S; R; Jf90, 40" 




A. 255 ? 


F; S; R; bM 




F;pL; vrnEO ; vgvlbM 


11.442 




F; S; R;psbM 




F;cS;lE;glbM 


11.477 

11.598 




vF; pL; R; IbM 




pB; S,- vlE; vgmbM; S * nr 


R. 7 novae 
C.H. 


No descriptions 


VIII. 77 


CI; pL; pRi; 1C; st9...13 .. 
eF; vS; R; *12attnp 




CD' Arrest,"! 
< 117 > 


vF; vS;R;III.2l6nf 


2183 
2184 


III. 216 
III. 217 


(__ R. nova J 


cF; S; R;glbM; *11 np ... 
cF; S; R; pgbM; fof2 




D' Arrest, 118 
K. nova 


eF; vS; R;2stll,s 


2184,a 

2185 
2186 

2187 
2188 
2189 

Ul89,a 

3957 
3958 
3959 
3960 
3961 
3962 
3963 
2190 
3964 
2191 
3965 
2192 
2193 
2194 
2195 

| 2195, a 
2196 

2197 
2198 




One of 5. See h. 2183, 2184 
D' Arrest, 117, 118. 
cF; cS; R; sbM*13; * np . 
pB;pS;lE120+;mbM .. 
vF;pL;lE; vgbM; r 


II. 443 
11.702 
11. 453 






22 44 21-1 
22 44 36-2 
22 45 12-8 

22 45 + 

22 45 42*2 
22 46 23-9 
22 46 49-9 
22 47 2-8 
22 47 45-7 
22 48 42-2 
22 48 42-4 
22 48 46-6 
22 49 1-9 
22 49 18-9 
22 49 21-4 
22 49 28-5 
22 50 18-4 
22 51 3-9 
22 51 12-3 

22 51 + 

22 51 36-5 

22 52 32 
22 52 46-6 
22 52 46-9 
22 53 6-3 

22 53 8-0 
22 54 3-1 
22 54 13-6 




Cl; vP 






pF;pS;R;gbM 




R. 3 novae 


" A group of 4," incl h. 2189 

P F;lE;glbM; vS*inv 
vF; S; R 













pB;pS;R; vglbM 




A. 518 


cB;L; vmE43-3; mbM .. 
eF; vL; #7nf 






pB; cS; R; gpnibM 





cB; vL; vlE; vglbM 


VII. 43 





Cl; pRi; cC 




cB; L; vlE; gpmbM; rr 


III.745 






F; cL; vlE; vgmbM 


III. 576 




vF;cS; R; stellar; *p 




Cl; P;pC;st9...H 


III. 465 
III. 243 




eF; S- R 




F;pS;E90;gbM;er 
/ 2 of a group of 3; inv in 
I F neb. 
Cl;vL;E 


R. 2 novaj 




11.450 
11.451 


D' Arrest, 119 


pF; R; bet 2 st 16; *13nr... 
F; vS; vlE; smbM; er; pof 2 
F; vS; vlE;smbM;er;fof2 
*11-12 in neb (MarkreeObs; 
Oct. 8, 1855). 
P B;L; E 175; vgbM 
F;cS;lE;lbM;pB*p 
F;L;mE33-8; vglbM 




Auw. N. 49 


2199 
3966 


11.251 
11.249 









134 



SIK J. F. W. HEESCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue 


References to 


Right 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


, Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 
by h, 
and H. 


Sir J. H.'s 
Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


SirW. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4882 
4883 
4884 
4885 
4886 
4887 
4888 
4889 
4890 
4891 
4892 
4893 

4894 

4895 
4896 
4897 
4898 
4899 

4900 

4901 
4902 
4903 
4904 
4905 
4906 
4907 
4908 
4909 

4910 
4911 
4912 
4913 
4914 
4915 
4916 
4917 
4918 
4919 
4920 
4921 
4922 
4923 
4924 
4925 
4926 
4927 

4928 

4929 
4930 
4931 
4932 

4933 


h. 
3967 
2201 
2200 
3968 
2202 
2203 
2204 
3969 


H. 




h m a 
22 54. 16-6 
22 54 17-6 
22 54 20-5 
22 54 55-7 
22 54 56-3 
22 55 5-3 
22 56 12-2 
22 56 13-3 
22 56 22-3 
22 57 19-6 
22 57 56-4 
22 58 40-4 

22 59 21-2 

22 59 23-7 
23 1 2-4 
23 1 56-3 
23 2 5-5 
23 4 29-6 

23 4 33-6 

23 4 45-0 
23 5 26-7 
23 5 46-8 
23 6 36-7 
23 7 0-8 
23 7 28-8 
23 7 34-3 
23 7 36-2 
23 7 37-8 

23 7 49-1 
23 8 5-0 

23 8 + 

23 8 17 
23 8 17-5 
23 8 25-2 
23 8 27-0 
23 8 30-3 
23 8 32-3 
23 8 44-8 
23 8 51-2 
23 8 53-6 
23 9 8-7 
23 9 43-0 
23 10 14-0 
23 10 14-2 
23 10 39-7 

23 10 47-0 

23 11 9-4 
23 11 21-9 
23 11 36-8 
23 11 38-9 

23 11 49-7 


+ 3-387 
2-861 
3-065 
3-397 
2-971 
2-971 
3-020 
3-514 
2-969 
3-411 
2-999 
3-055 

3-330 

2-845 
3-169 
3-379 
2-971 
3-087 

3-247 

3-004 
2-536 
3-006 
3-125 
3-364 
3-052 
2-537 
2-945 
3-052 

3-313 
2-975 

2-975 

2-94 
2-975 
3-346 
3-041 
3-010 
3-087 

3-007 

3-041 
3-008 
3-087 
3-007 
3-099 
2-980 
3-330 

3-098 

3-329 
3-097 
3-326 
3-112 

+ 3-116 


1 

1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 

4 

1 
1 

2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
1 
2 
1 

1 
2 
2 
1 

2 

1 

[2] 
1 
1 

1:: 
1 
3 

1 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 

1 

2 


130 20 14/9 
60 36 32-2 
88 59 35-2 
131 34 57-6 
74 46 22-6 
74 46 69-6 
81 52 19-7 
140 52 10-7 
74 8 43-7 
133 51 40-8 
78 25 53-5 
87 12 42-2 

127 1 37-6 

56 39 4-6 
106 22 33-4 
134 10 34-8 
72 35 4-8 
92 54 44-3 

119 17 53-3 

77 49 34-0 
30 11 23-7 
78 4 51-4 
99 57 29-1 
134 21 49-8 
86 15 44-5 
29 14 59-5 
67 4 19-5 
86 13 35-5 

129 17 54-2 
71 46 56-2 

71 47 

65 29 18 
71 47 55-9 
133 21 29-9 
84 3 21-6 
78 11 12-9 
93 9 4-9 
77 27 35-6 
84 4 21-6 
77 34 16-6 
93 6 55-6 
77 17 25-3 
95 30 25-0 
72 4 20-0 
132 52 58-7 

95 24 42-7 

132 59 53-4 
95 12 23-4 
133 1 8-1 
98 19 42-1 

99 15 31-1 


-19-27 
19-26 
19-26 
19-28 
19-28 
19-28 
19-31 
19-31 
19-31 
19-34 
19-35 
19-36 

19-38 

19-38 
19-42 
19-44 
19-44 
19-48 

19-49 

19-50 
19-51 
19-52 
19-53 
19-54 
19-55 
19-55 
19-55 
19-55 

19-56 
19-56 

19-56 

19-57 
19-57 
19-57 
19-57 
19-57 
19-57 
19-58 
19-58 
19-58 
19-58 
19-59 
19-60 
19-60 
19-61 

19-61 

19-62 
19-62 
19-63 
19-63 

-19-63 


1 
1 

o 

2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
4 

1 

4 

1 
1 

2 
2 
2 

2 

2 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

2 
1 

[2] 
1 
1 

1:: 
1 

3 

1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 

2 

2 


eF; vL; vlbM 


1 
2 
3 

2 

2 
2 

2 
1 
1 
2 

7*t 

1 

4* 

1 

2 
2 
3 
4 

5 

2 
4 
7 
1 
l 
3 
2 
1 
3 

2 
1 





. 2 
1 

1 
3 
6 
2 
6* 
2 
1 
1 
3 
1 

6 

1 
1 
1 
4 

3* 


11.212 
II. 590 




cB;cL; IE;gmbM; r; 2Sstn 
cF;cS;psbM 






cF; pS; vmES+ ; * 1 1 np... 
vF; S;1E; pof2 


III. 210 
III. 211 
III. 230 






vF; vS; fol 2 




vF; vS; vsmbM#12 




eF;pL; R;glbM; *llnp... 
eF; vS 


III. 202 




3970 
2205 
2206 
J397O 

\3972j 
2207 
2208 
3973 
2209 
2210 
f22in 

L3974J 
2212 
2213 
2214 




F; S; R; A with 2 st 7 


I. 55 




pB; cL; mEir-9; bet2st... 
vF; S;E;psbM 








pB; S;R ;lbM; *8'9atts... 
vF; S; R; bM; *10p 






III. 558 




eF;L;bet2Dst 




pB; cL; IE; vgbM#13 


III. 203 
III. 184 

II. 2 




vF;L; P mE45;lb.M 




cF; vS; R; sbM*15 




pB; cS; R; psvmbM; *10np 
eF;bM#; (?) 




VII. 44 
III. 220 
III. 470 




Cl; pRi; pC; fan-sh; st pB... 
F;cS;R; vglbM;r 






eF; vS 


3975 
2215 




pB; S; IE; pgbM 


II. 429 
11.706 




vF;cS;R; bM;spof2 




vF; L; 2 pB st inv 


2217 
2216 

3976 
2218 

j 221 8, a 




F;S;R;psbM 


II. 430 




B; L; mE97-5(2est); 
mbM; nfof'2. 
F; S; vlE; vgvlbM; #10att. 








npof2neb 




R. 2 novae 
D' Arrest, 120 


2 of 4 incl h. 2218, 2219 ... 

vF; vS; (d'Arrest)*l6pll 9 
cF; S; R;sfof2 




2219 
3977 
2224, a 
2221 
2220 
2222 
2224 
2223 


III. 181 


A. 475 ? 
R. nova 


B; S; mE90 + ; vsbM*13... 
No description 






F;R;bM 


II. 235 

HI. 221 
II. 467 
III. 222 
111.185 
III. 238 
11.454 
III. 182 




cF;pL; R; B * f 




F;cS;R; l<M*6;pof2 




cB;pS;iR;psbM 




cF;cS;R;sbM*l6 




vF; pS; E; er; 3S st inv 






eF;eS 






F; S; smbM 


2225 

3978 
f2326"1 
J ^ 

L3979J 
3980 




vF;amvSst 


A. 476 ? 


pB; L; pmE; gbM 


11. 236 


pB; pS; iR; gbM 


A. 477, 1 


pB; pL; pmE; gbM; p of 2.. 


III. 186 
II. 431 

1.104 


3981 

2227 

r8~| 

\3982J 


A. 477, 2 


F; pL;pmE;gbM;fof3 ... 

cF; S; R; pspmbM 




pF;cL;pinEO+ 







OF NEBUL2E AND CLUSTERS OF STAES. 



135 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Bight 
Ascension 
for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 

Ascen>ion 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
ISllo. Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &c. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
of Obs. 

hy h. 

ind H. 


KrJ.H.'a 

Catalogues 

of Nebula;. 


SirW.H.'s 
Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


4934 
4935 

4936 
4937 
4938 
4939 
4940 
4941 

4942 
4943 
4944 
4945 
4946 
4947 
4948 
4949 
4950 
4951 
4952 
4953 
4954 
4955 
4956 
4957 
4958 
4959 

4960 

4961 
4962 
4963 
4964 
4965 

4966 

4967 
4968 
4969 
4970 
4971 
4972 
49/3 
4974 
4975 
4976 
4977 
4978 
4979 
4980 
5079 
4981 
498x> 
4983 
4984 
4985 
4986 
4987 
4988 
4989 
4990 


h. 


H. 


D' Arrest, 121 


h in B 
23 12 30 
x'.'f 12 51-0 
-':$ 13 9-5 
23 13 21-1 
23 13 25-2 
23 13 27-2 
23 1.3 38-0 
23 14 5-8 

23 14 13-7 
23 14 22 
23 14 21-5 
23 14 30-5 
23 14 36-4 
23 14 38-8 
2-! 15 3-6 
23 15 6-0 
23 15 23-6 
23 16 17-5 
23 16 47-9 
23 16 48-7 
23 17 17-8 
23 17 37-9 
23 17 51-8 
23 18 3-2 
23 18 14-6 
23 18 40-6 

23 18 48-0 

23 18 52-9 
23 18 52-9 
23 18 56-4 
23 19 9-9 
23 20 0-9 

23 20 15-0 

23 20 15-0 
23 20 49-8 
23 20 59-8 
23 21 2-6 
23 21 28-0 
23 21 36-7 
23 21 52-1 
23 21 55 
23 23 21-9 
23 23 29-0 
23 23 47 
23 24 48-4 
23 25 20-0 
23 25 20-6 
23 25 33-1 
23 25 56-9 
23 26 4 
23 26 48-5 
23 27 3-0 
23 27 43-9 
23 27 44-2 
23 27 53-0 
23 28 2-0 
23 28 2-6 
23 28 15-5 


8 

+ 3-04 
3-036 
3-037 
3-584 
3-036 
2-994 
3-037 
2-998 

3-036 
3-04 
3-314 
3-717 
3-035 
2-616 
3-219 
4-986 
2-858 
3-215 
3-002 
3-032 
3-464 
3-462 
3-010 
2-643 
3-674 
3-452 

3-266 

3-016 
2-956 
3-590 
2-864 
3-112 

3-025 

3-025 
3-040 
3-041 
3-457 
2-985 
2-938 
3-008 
3-06 
3-061 
2-839 
3-06 
3-352 
3-325 
3-019 

3-084 
3-09 
3-494 
3-084 
3-347 
3-022 
3-059 
3-058 
2-900 
+ 2-510 


[2] 
1 
o 

\ 

1 
2 
2 

[4] 

[2] 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

I 

1 
1 

2 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
5_ 

1 

4 

1 
1 
1 
2 

(1) 

2 

[1] 

1 
2 
[2] 
1 

2 

1 

2 

[1] 

1 

1 

2 
1 

2 

1 
2 
2 


82 42 24 
82 21 19-5 
82 33 59-5 
152 53 32-2 
82 21 49-2 
73 32 34-2 
82 32 58-2 
74 12 23-9 

82 21 49 
82 33 6 
133 14 52-6 
158 25 49-6 
81 52 38-6 
29 35 10-6 
120 2 41-3 
172 40 19-0 
49 54 46-3 
120 8 51-7 
74 18-4 
80 50 18-4 
148 33 48-1 
148 39 59-1 
75 29 12-1 
29 10 20-1 
158 47 39-8 
148 34 57-5 

129 59 55-5 

76 33 33-5 
63 44 7-5 
156 2 49-5 
48 13 57-5 
100 11 16-2 

78 18 33-9 

78 24 33-9 
81 59 10-6 
81 59 55-6 
150 29 2-6 
68 20 38-3 
58 25 6-3 
73 28 4-3 
87 19 4 
86 52 7-7 
41 38 50-7 
87 12 42 
144 52 22-1 
142 28 11-8 
74 55 35-8 
96 22 12-0 
93 31 10-5 
93 39 12 
156 19 38-2 
93 4.1 10-2 
146 47 2-9 
74 42 26-9 
85 52 26-9 
85 49 1-9 
46 27 42-9 
17 51 23-9 


-19-64 
19-65 
19-65 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-66 
19-67 

19-67 
19-67 
19-68 
19-68 
19-68 
19-68 
19-69 
19-70 
19-69 
19-71 
19-72 
19-72 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-73 
19-74 
19-75 

19-75 

19-75 
19-75 
19-75 
19-75 
19-76 

19-77 

19-77 
19-78 
19-78 
19-78 
17-79 
19-79 
19-79 
19-79 
19-81 
19-81 
19-81 
19-83 
19-84 
19-84 

19-85 
19-85 
19-86 
19-86 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
19-87 
-19-87 


[2] 
1 

2 
1 

1 
2 
1 
[4] 

[2] 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 

1 
1 
5 
1 

4 

1 
1 
1 

2 
1:: 
2 

[2] 
1 
2 
[2] 
1 
2 
1 

2 

[1] 
1 

1 
2 

1 
2 
1 
2 
2 


F; S; R; A with 2 st 19, n ... 
eF;eS 




1 
3 
1 
2 
4 
3 





2 
2 
2 
3 

1 

1 

4t 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
2 
8 
2 
1 

2 

2 
1 
1 
I6*f 

} ; 


1 

1 

1 

3t 
2 
4 

3 
4 

1 
2 
2* 

] 

1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
5 


2229 
2230 
3983 
2231 

','-,!.! 2 
2233 




11.439 




cB;pS; R;psbM 




eF; eS;atn5st; (?) 


111.435 
11.250 
11.440 




F;vS;R;psbM 




pB;cS; R; smbM 




cB;pS; R;psbM 


D'Arrest 

R. nova 
D' Arrest, 122 


cB; pS; bM* (D'Arrest, 
Resultate). 
E p and f 


mi, a 






vF; vS 


3985 
3986 
2234 
2->:{5 
3987 
3984 
2236 
3988 




F;S;R;lbM 






F; vS; E90; psbM 


11.441 
IV. 52 




F; S;F Jatt 





vF; *9 inv a 1 excentric 




cF;S;R;sbM 






vF; pL; R; vlbM; #nr 


11.600 




cF;L;mEO+;vlbM;r ... 
vF; S; R;glbM 




III.473 

III. 218 




eF; cL;scstf; (?) 






eF; pS; IE 


3989 
3990 
2237 
2238 
3991 
3992 

3994 

2239 
2240 
3993 
2241 




pF;pS; R;glbM;pof2 ... 
eF; S; R; fof 2 










vF;pS; R;gbM 




M. 52 


C1;L; Ri;mCM;R;st9...13 
eF; vS;R;pslbM; #1 Op 22 s 
eF; R 












{Sill?} 1 "" 1 " 4 '''- 

vF- vS- R; psbM 


III. 212 






F; vS; psmbM; #10 p 






eF; cL; R; vgvlbM 


IV. 18 
III. 438 

HI. 226 




!!!; O; vB;pS; R;blue 
eF; S; stellar 




2242 

2242, a 
2243 
2244 
3995 
2245 
2246 
2247 




f(H.) vF\S; R; vsmbM; 
\ (h.)pB/ *9p(?var). 
vF; S; 6's of li.2242 


R. nova 


F- cS; gbM; pof2 






vF; S; R; gbM; f of 2 






B- S- IE; vsvmbM*ll 


II. 226 
III. 860 
II. 242 




vF; pL; vIE; IbM; am 4 st... 
vF;S; R;lbM;r 






vF- S- iR; r; * f 


D'Arrest, 123 


eF- #14 p 13 S '7, In 


2248 
2249 


III. 426 
VIII. 69 


eF- cL; R; gbM; % nr 




Cl- P- 1C; st 7. ..11 


D'Arrest, 124 
A. 347 ? 


vF; vS; *11 fl s , n85" 
pF- L- R; vgbM 


3996 
3997 
2250 





cB- S- IE- psbM; #8 f 


HI. 213 




eF- pL- A with 2 st 10 




See No. 5079. 
eF- pL- tellar 




III. 187 






D'Arrest, 125 


eF- pL-' 3 <t 11 & 12 f 


3998 






III. 188 




eF- stellar 


3999 
2251 
2252 
2253 
2254 
2255 




B;cS; E; g.sbM; *8'9 p ... 
vF- vS- "bM- * nfl 1 










eF- #12 p- sp of 2 






vF- nt'of 2 


HI. 579 

VIII. 62 




eF;'S; R; *9'10p, vnr 1 
C1;L; P;lC;st8,10...15... 







136 



SIE J. F. W. HEKSCHEL'S CATALOGUE 



No. 
of 
Cata- 
logue. 


References to 


Eight 
Ascension 
for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


North Polar 
Distance 
for 
1800, Jan. 0. 


Annual 
Precession 
in 
N.P.D. 
for 
1880. 


No. 
of 
Obs. 
used. 


Summary Description from a 
Comparison of all the 
Observations, Remarks, &o. 


Total 
No. of 
times 
jf Obs. 
by h. 
andH. 


Sir J. H.' 8 

Catalogues 
of Nebulae. 


Sir W. H.'s 

Classes 
and Nos. 


Other 

Authorities. 


4991 
4992 
4993 
4994 
4995 
4996 
4997 

4998 

4999 
5000 
5001 
5002 
5003 
5004 
5005 
5006 
5007 
5008 
5009 
5010 
5011 
5012 
5013 
5014 
5015 
5016 
5017 
5018 
5019 
5020 
5021 

5022 
5023 
5024 
5025 

5026 

5027 
5028 
5029 
5030 
5031 
5032 
5033 
5034 
5035 
5036 


h. 
2256 
4000 

2257 
2257, a 
2258 
2259 
2260 

2261 


H. 
II. 244 




h m R 
23 28 35-2 
23 28 56-7 
23 29 2-6 
23 29 10-6 
23 29 20-0 
23 31 28-2 
23 31 35-5 

23 31 41-7 

23 32 21-2 
23 32 38-8 
23 34 41-4 
23 34 49-4 
23 35 17-3 
23 36 45-2 
23 37 8-5 
23 37 13-4 
23 37 35-5 
23 38 26-1 
23 38 29-5 
23 39 27'3 
23 40 2-3 
23 40 35-8 
23 40 50-1 
23 41 35-4 
23 42 7-7 
23 43 4-8 
23 43 34-1 
23 43 + 
"3 43 52'" 


8 

+ 3-026 
3-209 
3-067 
3-067 
3-073 
2*992 
3-092 

3-111 

3-087 
3-107 
3-397 
3-396 
3-006 
3-010 
3-049 
3-051 
3-190 
2-757 
3-141 
3-066 
3-011 
3-137 
3-064 
3-066 
3-015 
2-849 
3-151 
3-028 
3-028 
3-041 
3-04 

3-042 
3-049 
3-024 
3-063 

3-063 

3-063 
3-063 
3-066 
2-975 
2-994 
2-979 
3-063 
2-999 
3-136 
3-065 
3-070 
3-058 
3-063 
3-033 
3-069 
3-056 
3-056 
3-067 
3-085 
3-067 
+ 3-070 


1 

1 
1 

1 

1 
3 

2 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 

1 
o 

2 
1 

2 
2 

o 

1 

2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1: 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1: 


75 27 48-6 
128 13 2-6 
88 36 51-3 
88 36 51-3 
90 28 43-3 
63 45 34-7 
97 17 32-7 

103 43 56-7 

95 24 5-4 
103 4 12-4 
156 45 1-5 
156 44 21-5 
64 32 13-5 
64 38 3-2 
80 26-2 
80 50 20-2 
133 41 27-9 
21 1 30-9 
120 17 4-6 
86 58 39-6 
61 17 42-3 
121 17 45-3 
83 54 46-3 
86 36 8-0 
59 47 45-0 
22 45 49-7 
131 31 2-7 
63 37 + 
63 37 55-7 
70 37 26-7 
70 40 43-7 

70 39 16-7 
74 31 22-4 
59 31 6-4 
82 54 5-4 

82 53 50-4 

82 54 18-1 
82 48 10-1 
84 51 58-1 
29 23 16-8 
34 3 46-8 
29 33 50-8 
80 18-8 
30 45 41-8 
146 14 16-8 
80 2 53-5 
87 8 41-5 
70 13-5 
75 58 24-5 
40 3 38-5 
84 32 7-5 
59 20 47-5 
59 20 0-5 
77 48 0-5 
125 1 38-5 
74 37 31-5 
83 25 16-5 


19-88 
19-88 
19-89 
19-89 
19-89 
19-91 
19-91 

19-91 

19-92 
19-92 
19-95 
19-95 
19-95 
19-96 
19-96 
19-96 
19-97 
19-97 
19-98 
19-98 
19-99 
19-99 
19-99 
20-00 
20-00 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 
20-01 

20-01 
20-02 
20-02 
20-02 

20-02 

20-03 
20-03 
20-03 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-04 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 
20-05 


2 
1 

1 

1 
1 
3 

2 

1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 



5 
1 
1 

1 

v> 

2 
1 
3 
2 

o 

1 
2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 


F; S; R;psbM; stellar 


4 
1 
1 

1 
o 

7 

4* 

1 
4 
1 
1 
1* 
1* 
7 
4 
3 
1 
2 
4 
2 
2 
3 
2 
7* 
4 
1 

1 
4* 


4 
1 
5 
3 

3 

1 

4 
5 

2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 

O 

2 
3 
3 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4* 
1 
2f 
2 




pB;L; E; vgbM 






pB;S;R;psbM; *12sp ... 
No description 




R. nova 




F;pL;lE;gbM;.*10s 


III. 146 
II. 432 

I. 110 

III. 189 
I. Ill 




F; S; IE; bM; am st 




pF; cL; E12 D +; vgbM 




/(H.)cBl ; C L;E;gmbM: 
1 (h.)eF/ r(?var.) 
epF 




2262 
4001 
4002 
2263 




pB; pL; ill; mbM 




eF; S; 11; pof2 






eF; cS; R; fot'2 


11.208? 
II. 208 
II. 255 
11.256 




vF; *14att255 




cL; R; *10-11 up 


2264 
2265 
4003 
2266 
4004 
2267 
2268 
4005 
2269 
2270 
2271 
2272 
4006 
22/3,a 
2273 
2274 
2274, a 

2275 
2276 
2277 
2278 

2279 

2280 
2281 
2282 
2283 
2284 
2285 
2286 
2287 
4009 
2288 
2289 
2290 
2291 
2292 
2293 
2294 
2295 
2296 
4010 
2297 
2298 




cB; cS; gmbM; r; B*f 




pF; S; R; *15sf 




cB; S; vlE; svmbM*14 






vL; surrounds *8 






vF; S; II; gmbM; *12f ... 
cF;pL; vlEO;lbM;2Bstni 
cF;cL; vlE; vglbM; r 


III. 427 
11.213 








B; cL; R; psmbM 


III. 437 




F;S;R;gbM;er 




vF; cL; 11; vglbM; #13 n ... 
cB; vS; R; psbM; IT 


III. 854 
VII. 55 






Cl;plli; pC;stll...!5 
B;pL; R; ? bM 






R. nova 


vvF; a little np h. 22/3 
vF; S; iF; vF J inv 




II. 230 




23 43 55-7 
23 44 13-9 

23 44 17-1 
23 44 38-0 
23 45 4-8 
23 46 11-5 

23 46 19-0 

23 46 38-2 
23 46 45-2 
23 48 10-1 
23 49 42-8 
23 49 58-5 
23 50 0-7 
23 50 47-4 
23 51 34-3 
23 51 45-2 
23 51 47-0 
23 51 50-3 
23 52 17-4 
33 52 28-1 
23 53 17-8 
23 53 49-6 
23 54 14-4 
23 54 17-0 
23 55 10-4 
23 55 43-1 
23 56 4-5 
23 56 32-1 


pF; pS; R; mbM; sp of 2 .. 
Seen and meas. with h. 2274, 
2275. 
pB;pL; E90; bM; nf of 2 
Cl of sc st 10 m 


R. nova 


II. 231 




11.851 
HI. 231 

III. 232 




vF; cS; R; * rif 




cF; S; R; psbM; stellar; 1st 
of 4. 
pF ; S ; R ; csbM ; stellar ; 2nd 
of 4. 
F; S; R;3rd of 4 






III. 233 
II. 468 




pF; pL; IE; glbM; 4th of 4 
pB;pS;iR;p8bM;r;*7p30' 

Cl; S; pRi; vC; st 10, 13... 
Cl; vL; vHi; vinC; st 1 1 ... 18 
Cl'pRi;i'C 






VI. 30 
VII. 56 


C. H. 




vF; vS; (?) 






Cl; vL; P;lC;st 7, 10... 
pB;cS; R;gmbM 






III. 466 
III. 867 
II. 232 
II. 10 




vF;pS;iR 


5037 
5038 
503S 
504C 
5041 
504S 
5041 
5044 
504; 
504( 
504} 




eF;pS; iR;lbM 




pF; S; R; sbM; * 10 sp 
F;pS;iE15+ 






Cl;pRi;pC;st9 
vF; S; R; ps!>M 






III. 855 
III. 856 
III. 984 




eF; S; R;sbM; stellar sp of 2 
eF; S; R; stellar; nf of 2 ... 
eF; stellar; A with 2 st 
vF; S; II; am st 








II. 240 
III. 436 




cB; cL; ir; vgbM 




vF-pL; R;lbM 







OF NEBULAE AND CLTJSTEES OF STARS. 



137 



No. 




Reference 


s to 


Right 


Annual 
Precession 


No. 
of 


North Polar 
Distance 


Annual 

I'nvessicm 
in 


No. 
of 


Summary Description from a 


Intel 

NO. <>r 

times 


of 
Cata- 
logue. 


Sir J. 11 V 
Catalogues 
of Nebula:. 


Sir \V. H.'s 
I' lasses 
and Nos. 


Other 
Authorities. 


for 
1860, Jan. 0. 


Right 
Ascension 
for 1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


for 
I860, Jan. 0. 


N.P.D. 

for 
1880. 


Obs. 
used. 


Observations, Remarks, &c. 


of Obs. 
byh. 

ml M 




h. 


H. 




li m s 
23 56 39-9 


s 
+ 3-070 




83 17 43-5 


20-05 


1 


vF;pL; R;gbM 


1 


5048 


22yy 


Hoo7 




23 56 487 


3-067 




70 3-5 


20-05 


1 


pF;cL; mE45+;lbM 


4 


5U4'J 
5050 


2301 






23 57 19-7 


3-072 




85 34 38-5 


20-05 


1 
1 


pB; vS; mE; vsmbM 

1 . aoTff. ppT 


2 
1* 


5051 


2302 






23 57 32-6 
23 57 35-2 


3-051 
3-087 




22 O Jo's 
152 50 42-2 


20-06 


2 


F;S;R;gbM 


2 


.lO.I - 








23 57 55-7 


3-072 




83 51 42-2 


20-06 


1 


pF;S;R;*9np 


1 










23 57 56-2 


3-072 




85 34 12-2 


20-06 


1 


vF;S;gbM 


1 


5054 


SJJU4 






O'l -c I -II 


3-070 




111 29 37-2 


20-06 


1 


Cl; vP; vlC 


2 


5055 


2305 


viii. zy 




23 58 17'7 


3-072 




85 33 47-2 


20-06 


1 


vF; S; R; * nf 


1 


'ins? 


4013 


III 190 




23 59 17-4 


+ 3-072 




94 29 48-2 


-20-06 


1 


vF; vS; R; vg, psuibM 


2 






















2 st 9 sf. 





SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF NEBULA AND CLUSTERS. 



5058 






G. P. Bond 


35 1-0 


+ 3-073 




89 50 6-6 


-19-80 





F; S; H; * 11 sp 1'; dL-c 





5059 


79, b 




R. nova 


50 7-9 


3-241 




60 23 27 


19-56 




Sept. 16, 1862. 
tfo description ; y in Lord R.'s 





".mill 






S Coolidge 


3 6 55-2 


3-089 




89 4 27-5 


13-67 




diagram. 
F; disc Jan 25, I860 





idlii 






S Coolidge 


3 J6 29-0 


+ 3-086 




89 19 3-0 


13-07 


. , . 


?; disc Dec. 16, 1859 





EftfiO 


/ 1 OQ\ 






4 57 J8-4 


0-385 


1 


159 36 32-1 


- 5-43 


1 


?Jo description 


1 




(1Z3) 
/on* \ 






5 20 52-9 


0-469 


1:: 


159 36 35-4 


3-42 


It: 


^o description 


1 


5064 


(.*'*) 




J. H. Safford 


657: 


+ 3-093 




88 50 39 : 


+ 0-43 


... 


2Cls; near 2 819.10 & 10.11; 





5065 






J. H. Safford 


6 6 40-9 


3-093 




88 58 11-2 


0-44 




disc Mar. 19, 1863. 
Cl; bet 2 st 9.10 & 10.11; 





5066 






G. P. Bond 


7 55 12-5 


3-509 




65 25 19-4 


9-73 




disc Mar. 19, 1863. 
vF; coraetic; disc Sept. 1, 





5067 







S. Coolidge 


9 59 51-1 


3-079 




89 15 7-3 


17-38 




1852. 
Neb ; no description ; disc 





5068 






S. Coolidge 


10 16 14-1 


3-079 




89 13 46-0 


18-05 




Mar. 31, 1859. 
F; disc Mar. 31, 1859 













1 1 33 + 


3-122 




71 29 + 


19-93 




No description 





5070 


9jy, c 

2849, a 




D'Arrest 


12 12 41 


3-06 




83 46 42 


20-02 





A nebula; no description ... 


0< 


5071 






S. Coolidge 


12 31 0-5 


3-069 




89 2 46-5 


19-87 


. . . 


#12, in F neb; disc May 3, 





50/2 






S. Coolidge 


13 24 32-0 


3-067 




89 18 29-7 


18-67 




1859. 
# 12, in F neb; disc Apr. 30, 





5073 






S. Coolidge 


13 42 38-3 


3-065 




89 14 2-4 


18-03 




1859. 
* 12, in Fneb; disc Apr. 30, 





5074 






G. P. Bond 


13 49 18-6 


3-068 




89 31 9-0 


17-77 




1859. 
S; R; *92 f ; disc June 8, 1855 





5075 






S. Coolidge 


13 53 58-0 


3-065 




89 13 53-3 


+ 17-60 


* 


#12, in neb; disc Apr. 29 





>>fl7fi 






Lac 111 


18 20 44-6 


3-952 




123 30 27-3 


1-89 




1859. 
Neb. without stars 





5077 






G. P. Bond 


21 45 12-5 


2-217 




40 53 46-4 


16-67 


* 


Neb; no description; dbt 





5078 
5079 


3943, a 





Lassell 
G. P. Bond 


22 20 50 : 
23 25 33-1 


3-336 
+ 3-093 


... 


115 34 + 
96 22 12-0 


18-25 
-19-83 


... 


Feb. 10, 1848. 
Neb' # 1'dist from h. 3943... 
Neb; #9-10 sf; disc Oct. 23 


























1848. 





Of this supplementary list, the objects Nos. 5058, 5060, 50G1, 5064, 5065, 5066, 5067, 5068, 5071, 
5072, 5073, 5074, 5075, 5077, and 5079 were communicated to me by Professor BOND, Director of the 
Observatory of Harvard College, U.S., too late for insertion in the body of the Catalogue. 



ER11ATA. 
In page 7, lines 13, 14, for 5063 read 5079, and/or six read 22. 



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