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### Contents

ABSTRACT DYNAMICS | 1 |

Fluid pressure depending on external forcesSurfaces of equal | 13 |

Rate of increase of pressurePressure in a calm atmosphere | 29 |

PotentialForce in terms of the potentialEquipotential sur | 36 |

Second investigation of attraction of ellipsoidElliptic | 70 |

Centre of gravityCentrobaric bodies proved possible | 82 |

Some alteration | 90 |

Addition | 96 |

Addition including slightly disturbed equilibrium new | 337 |

Same as nonmathematical portion of old g | 343 |

Physical problems relative to plane rectangular and circular | 344 |

Harmonic spheroidal levels of high ordersUndulation of level | 352 |

Determinateness of potential through space from its value over | 358 |

Figure of the sea level determinable from measurements | 367 |

to 8 380 Same as old 375 to 379 with alterations | 374 |

and 382 Same as old | 380 |

STATICS OF SOLIDS AND FLUIDS | 98 |

Rewritten | 102 |

Additiontransient terrestrial nutation of 306 days new | 108 |

Small alteration | 130 |

Additionintegral curvature horograph new | 137 |

Spiral springsSpiral spring of infinitely small inclination | 144 |

Elastic curve transmitting force and coupleKirchhoffs | 151 |

Some alteration | 184 |

ferential equation of the bent surface 643 614 | 188 |

190j Addition | 198 |

Symmetrical flexure of flat ringFlexure of flat ring | 200 |

Transmission of force through an elastic solidHomogeneous | 206 |

Slight addition | 212 |

Homogeneousness definedMolecular hypothesis assumes | 216 |

Units of length and time new | 223 |

Fundamental problems of mathematical theoryConditions | 234 |

Part omitted | 245 |

VOL II | 256 |

Small addition | 267 |

by a single bending stress by simultaneous | 268 |

Case of g 647 independently investigatedRapid decrease | 274 |

Footnote new | 276 |

Reference added | 283 |

Problem of 696 solved for spherical shellDilatation proved | 286 |

Slight addition | 289 |

Plane strain definedProblem for cylinders under plane | 298 |

Resultant pressure | 305 |

Loss of apparent weight by immersion in a fluidLemma 762 763 | 320 |

to 324 Same as old 331 to 8 335 | 325 |

A homogeneous ellipsoid is a figure of equilibrium of a | 329 |

398 Harmonic analysis new | 393 |

Equilibrium of rotating spheroid of heterogeneous liquid | 398 |

Addition on calculating machines new | 401 |

Footnote quoted from old g 830 compare with new 830 | 408 |

Numerical estimates of the amount of tidal frictionSecular | 420 |

Rewritten | 431 |

Part rewritten | 443 |

Slightly altered and part omitte l | 452 |

and 454 Rewritten | 453 |

455 | 455 |

Small omission | 458 |

Advance in knowledge of tides since the first editionThe | 460 |

On the Secular Cooling of the Earth | 468 |

and 479 Small addition | 478 |

S and 492 Slight alteration | 491 |

Integral of normal attraction over a closed surface new | 493 |

Digression on the attraction of an ellipsoidTo find | 494 |

APPENDIX E On the Age of the Suns Heat | 495 |

Small addition | 496 |

Greens problem reduced to the proper general solution | 501 |

APPENDIX G On Tidal Friction by G H Darwin | 503 |

Small alterations and additions | 505 |

Part rewritten | 506 |

Slight alteration | 507 |

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Addition | 8 |

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