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From the Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume 1; 1839
Volume 2; 1840
- p. 454 Notice of a meteor paper found in Gloucestershire
- p. 379 to 381 and found in Carolath in Silesia and Memel, Germany Note this is an organic substance
Volume 3; 1845
- p. 23 The Archbishop of Dublin made some observations on a remarkable meteor, lately seen in different parts of Britian, But they are not detailed
Volume 4; 1847-9
- p. 18 A letter is read by Rev. T. R. Robinson on the periodical meteors of the 10th August, But no content given
Volume 7; 1851-61
- p. 38 Report of a meteor, 13th December, author unknown.
Various accounts of a meteor that occured on 2nd november 1849
- p. 396 by Sir W. Betham
- p. 397 from George Alexander Hamilton, Esq., M.P.
- p. 397 to 404 And a paper read by Robert Mallet, Esq on the appearance of the meteor, and the method adopted by him to estimate its altitude and velocity
Volume 9; 1866
- p. 109 Report of a meteor seen at Kingstone June 22nd from the Digby Pilot Starkey.
- p. 109 Report of a meteor seen at Cork, November 25th. by Francis Jennings.
- p. 491 and 492 On the shower of aerolites that fell at Killeter, Co. Tyrone, on the 29th April, 1844.
Volume 13; 1877-9
- p. 336 to 341 On the meteoric stone that fell at Dundrum, County of Tipperary, on the 12th August, 1864 by Rev. Samuel Haughton
- p. 341 to 343 On the shower of aërolites that fell at Killeter, County of Tyrone, on the 29th of April, 1844. Author unknown