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James Francis Ivory is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. For many years, he worked extensively with Indian-born film producer Ismail Merchant, his domestic as well as professional partner, and with screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. All three were principals in Merchant Ivory Productions, whose films have won seven Academy Awards; Ivory himself has been nominated for four Oscars, winning one.

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- VIII. A New Series for the Rectification of the Ellipsis; together with some Observations on the Evolution of the Formula (a2 + b2 − 2ab cos θ)n
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- I. On the method of the least squares
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- V. A New Method of resolving Cubic Equations
- XXX. On the figure of equilibrium of a homogeneous planet in a fluid state; in reply to the observations of M. Poisson, published in this Journal for July last
- XXXVI. On the theory of parallel lines in geometry
- XXIX. On the theory of the figure of the earth
- XL. Correction of an inadvertence in a geodetical problem inserted in the Philosophical Magazine for July last
- LXIV. On the theory of the figure of the planets contained in the third book of the Mécanique Céleste
- III. On the theory of the figure of the planets contained in the third book of the Mécanique Céleste
- XLVII. On the grounds for adopting the ellipticity of the earth deduced by Captain Sabine from his experiments with the pendulum in his work lately published
- LIV. Short abstract of M. de Freycinet's experiments for determining the length of the pendulum
- LVIII. On the figure of the earth
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- IX. A New and Universal Solution of Kepler's Problem
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- XLIII. Observations relating to the depression of mercury in glass tubes; occasioned by an article in the last Quarterly Journal of Science
- LXXI. On the atmospherical refraction
- LXXVI. Observations on the letter in last number respecting the calculation of the depression of mercury in capillary tubes
- IV. Remarks on the gradation of heat in the atmosphere
- XVI. On the problem in nautical astronomy for finding the latitude by means of two observations of the sun's altitude and the time elapsed between them
- XXXVII. On the new method proposed by Dr. Young for calculating the atmospherical refraction
- LVI. On Napier's rules of the circular parts
- LXI. A demonstration of Le Gendre's theorem for solving such spherical triangles as have their sides very small in proportion to the radius of the sphere
- LXXIII. On Mayer's formula for the astronomical refraction
- LXXXIV. On the rolling pendulum
- XCII. Intelligence and miscellaneous articles
- III. Reply to the “Apology for the Postscript on the Refractions” in No. 24 of The Quarterly Journal of Science
- XIX. Calculation of the horizontal refraction in an atmosphere of uniform temperature
- XLIII. Remarks on an article published in No. 23 of the Journal of Science, and treating of the new tables of refraction
- LVI. Remarks on the theory of the figure of the earth
- XIII. On the method of the least squares
- XXV. On the method of the least squares
- VI. A letter in reply to the historical sketch of the problem of atmospherical refraction in the last number of the Journal of Science
- I. On the laws of the condensation and dilatation of air and the gases, and the velocity of sound
- XI. On the constitution of the atmosphere
- XXXIII. On the constitution of the atmosphere
- LIII. On the variation of density and pressure in the interior parts of the earth
- XIII. On the theory of the figure of the planets contained in the third book of the Mécanique Céleste
- II. On the equilibrium of a fluid attracted to a fixt centre
- XLI. On the figure of equilibrium of a homogeneous planet in a fluid state; in reply to the observations of M. Poisson, published in this journal for July last
- XVII. Letter to G. B. Airy, Esq., Lucasian Professor of the mathematics in the University of Cambridge
- LIII. On the figure of equilibrium of a homogeneous planet in a fluid state; in reply to the observations of M. Poisson, published in this Journal for July last
- XV. Some observations on Mr. Meikle's Reply, published in the last number of the Quarterly Journal of Science
- XVI. On the method of deducing the difference of longitude from the azimuths and latitudes of two stations
- XXXII. Some arguments tending to prove that the earth is a solid of revolution
- XL. Some remarks on an article in the “Bulletin des sciences mathematiques” for June 1829, §269
- XXXIV. Letter relating to the figure of the Earth
- VI. A direct method of finding the shortest distance between two points on the Earth's surface when their geographical position is given
- XV. On the shortest distance between two points on the earth's surface
- XXXIV. On an omission in Clairaut's theory of the equilibrium of a homogeneous fluid; in some remarks on the 56th article of the “Bulletin des Sciences Mathematiques” for August 1830
- XXXIV. On such functions as can be expressed by serieses of periodic terms
- XII. On the conditions of equilibrium of a homogeneous planet in a fluid state
- XXXVII. A remark on an article of M. Poisson's traité de mécanique (Edition 2nd. No. 593.)
- XLII. On a principle laid down by Clairaut for determining the figure of equilibrium of a fluid, the particles of which are urged by accelerating forces. (Théorie de la figure de la terre, première partie, chap. 5me)
- VIII. On the equilibrium of fluids, occasioned by an article of Professor Sylvester on fluids, published in this journal for December 1838
- XLIV. The Bakerian Lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- LIV. The bakerian lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- III. The bakerian lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- XXII. The bakerian lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- LIX. The bakerian lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- LXXV. The bakerian lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- XVI. The bakerian lecture.—On the theory of the astronomical refractions
- X. Remarks on Sir J. W. Lubbock's “Theory of Heat and Vapours.”
- XIII. On mixed gases
- XXIX. On the constitution of the atmosphere
- XLI. On the constitution of the atmosphere
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- Autobiography of a Princess, Also being the Adventures of an American Film Director in the Land of the Maharajas
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