James Dunlop

1843 oil portrait of James Dunlop by [[Joseph Backler]] James Dunlop FRSE (31 October 1793 – 22 September 1848) was a Scottish astronomer, noted for his work in Australia. He served as astronomer's assistant who was hired by Sir Thomas Brisbane to work at his private observatory, once located at Paramatta (now named Parramatta), New South Wales, about west of Sydney during the 1820s and 1830s. Dunlop was mostly a visual observer, doing stellar astrometry work for Brisbane, and after its completion, then independently discovered and catalogued many new telescopic southern double stars and deep-sky objects. He later became the Superintendent of Paramatta Observatory when it was finally sold to the New South Wales Government. Provided by Wikipedia

by Dunlop, James
Published 1800

by Dunlop, James
Published 1800
Printed for P. Hill by J. Brown

by Steuart, Henry
Published 1801
Printed for P. Hill
Subjects: '; ...Dunlop, James...

by Carlile, John
Published 1766
Subjects: '; ...Dunlop, James / merchant in Glasgow / Early works to 1800...