Sound Knowledge: Music and Science in London, 1789-1851

# Dr Benjamin Wardhaugh: List of publications

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The correspondence of Charles Hutton: Mathematical networks in georgian britain

The Correspondence of Charles Hutton

Editorial

The harmony of the spheres in English musical mathematics, 1650-1750

John Birchensha: Writings on Music

Charles Hutton: ‘One of the greatest mathematicians in Europe’?

Charles Hutton & the 'Dissensions' of 1783-84: Scientific networking & its failures

Willughby's mathematics

Filling a Gap in the History of : An Exciting Discovery

Greek Mathematics in English: The Work of Sir Thomas L. Heath (1861-1940)

A 'lost' chapter in the calculation of pi: Baron Zach and MS Bodleian 949

Consuming mathematics: John Ward's Young Mathematician's Guide (1707) and its owners

John Wallis: Writings on Music

The Compendium Musicae of Rene Descartes

Defending Hypatia: Ramus, Savile, and the Renaissance Rediscovery of Mathematical History

Printing mathematics in the early modern world Research symposium

Thomas Salmon: A proposal to perform musick and related writings, 1685-1706

Thomas Salmon: An essay to the advancement of musick and the ensuing controversy, 1672-3

Poor Robin's Prophecies A Curious Almanac, and the Everyday Mathematics of Georgian Britain

The History of the History of Mathematics

A Wealth of Numbers An Anthology of 500 Years of Popular Mathematics Writing

Foreword

'Let us put on the shade of Newton': Isaac Newton on stage, 1829-2006

How to read historical mathematics

Diagrams and mathematics in the French and English translations of Descartes’ Compendium musicae

John Birchensha Writings on Music

Mathematics in English printed books, 1473-1800: A bibliometric analysis

Formal causes and mechanical causes: The analogy of the musical instrument in late seventeenth-century natural philosophy

Mathematics, music, and experiment

Music, Experiment and Mathematics in England, 1653-1705

The logarithmic ear: Pietro Mengoli's mathematics of music

Musical logarithms in the seventeenth century: Descartes, Mercator, Newton

Poor Robin and Merry Andrew: Mathematical humour in Restoration England