The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
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1867Directory entryBrodie Frederick, esq. F.R.A.S., J.P., Molesey GoreMolesey GorePost Office Directory
There are two Observatories here, that of C. L. Prince, Esq., containing an equatorial 12 feet in length, having an object glass of 7 1/2 inches diameter, and where a regular series of meteorological observations have been kept since 1844: the other observatory of F. Brodie, Esq., containing an equatorial 11 1/2 feet in length, having an object glass of 8 1/2 inches diameter; a transit instrument, whose object glass is 3 inches diameter; and a peculiarly constructed clock, showing both sidereal and mean time on one dial, the first ever constructed in this manner.

1874Directory entryBrodie Frederick, F.R.A.S., J.P., Molesey GoreMolesey GorePost Office Directory
There is an observatory of F. Brodie, esq., containing an equatorial 11 1/2 feet in length, having an object glass of 8 1/2 inches diameter; a transit instrument, whose object glass is 3 inches diameter; and a peculiarly constructed clock, showing both sidereal and mean time on one dial.

c 1875Uckfield, Sussex - c 1875Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1875 by Ordnance SurveyMolesey Gore

c 1899Uckfield, Sussex - c 1899Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1899 by Ordnance SurveyMolesey Gore

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