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HENWOOD, GeoRGE. (Com.).

Cornish Mining Photographs. No. 1. By G. Henwood. Mining Journal, xxvii, 400, (1857.)

NotE.—The first of a series of articles in this and the succeeding volumes of the Mining Journal.

HENWOOD, LovEDAY. A Friend. b. Cubert, 19 Aug., 1788, d. Truro, 31 May, 1844. bur. Friends' Burial Ground.

Extracts from the Memoir and Letters of the late Loveday Henwood. Falmouth, printed by Jane Trathan and Son, 1845, 129., pp. 116 and 12.

NotE.—pp. 1-12 at the end of the work consist of “An Affectionate Address to those that live at Cubert, signed L. H.-J. Trathan, Printer, etc., Market Strand, Falmouth,” which appear to have been printed previous to the Memoir and Letters.

Extracts from the Memoirs of the late L. Henwood. Lond., C. Gilpin, 1847, 89., pp. 120, which include “An Affectionate Address.”

HENWOOD, REv. OLIVER, Wesleyan Minister. b. Callington, 1786. d. Plymouth, 9 Nov., 1860. cf. Wesleyan Methodist Mag., lxxiv, 96, 837, (1861).

Adieu ; or a friendly remembrance: in prose and verse. By O. Henwood. Lond., 1828 7 120., pp. 68, 1/-. A Narrative of Mr. Chas. Barns, a Local Preacher in the Methodist Connection, whose lamented death was occasioned by an accident in his paper mill, Buckfastleigh, Devon, Nov. 4, 1828. By O. Henwood. Lond, 1828, 120., pp. 81, 1/6. A Brief Memoir of Mr. George Coad, of Saltash, Cornwall. By O. Henwood. Lond., sold for the Author by J. Mason, 1841, 120., pp. 154, 1/6. George Coad, The Letter Carrier, or pure religion displayed in humble life, signed O. Asoo Plymouth, May, 1849. London sesleyan Conference Office, 2, Castle street, City-road, sold at 66, Paternoster-row, [Religious Tracts, No. 540, 129., pp. 8, 2/-, per 100. Memoir of Mr. John Paul who died 2 June, 1815. Methodist Mag., xl, 609–14, (1817). The Better Land. [A Poem.] ib., lx, 400, (1837). The Suffering Christian. . [A Poem, dated Camelford, Sept., 1837. ib., lx, 800. Memoir of Mr. Nicholas Haly, of Saltash. ib., lxvi, 353–59, (1843). Memoir of Mrs. Elizabeth Geake,

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HENWOOD, WILLIAM JoRy, F.R.S., F.G.S., (eld, son of John Henwood and Mary Jory, dau. of Will. Jory). H.M. Assay-Master and Supervisor of Tin in the Duchy of Cornwall, 1832 to 1838. b. Perran Wharf, near Truro, 16 Jan., 1805. Observations on the performance of a steam. engine recently erected at Huel Towan, in Cornwall, by Mr. Samuel Grose, with considerations on other subjects connected with the theory of the steam-engine. By W. J. Henwood...Truro, printed by John Brokenshir, 1828, 8°., pp. 23.

NotE.—Dated Perranwharf, near Truro, Feby. 20, 1828, and printed for private distribution; reprinted in Brewsters' Edinb. Journ. of Science, ix, 159-66, (1828).

Glossary of Mining Terms...By H. English, 1830, 80.

NotE.—The Glossary of the Cornish Mining Terms was supplied by W. J. Henwood.

Object and Laws of the Penzance Natural History Society, with list of the donors, subscribers, and officers. Instituted 20th November, 1839. Penzance, printed by E. Paddy, bookseller, etc., 1840, 89., pp. 19.

Note.—The Rules, [Lists of] Officers, Subscribers, ...and Donations to the Museum, pp. 9-19, were drawn up by W. J. Henwood, then one of the Secretaries.

The Metalliferous Deposits of Cornwall and Devon: with Appendices on Subterranean temperature;—The electricity of rocks and veins;– The quantity of water in the Cornish mines;– and Mining statistics. Forming vol. v of the Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. By W. J. Henwood, F.R.S., F.G.S., ...Mining Engineer, Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers; of the Geological Soc. of France; Hon. Mem. of the Yorkshire Philosophical Soc.; Cor. Mem. of the Plymouth Institution, and of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York, sometime Her Majesty's Assay Master and Supervisor of Tin in the Royal Duchy of Cornwall, and Secretary of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. Penzance, J. Pope Wibert; Lond, Longman, 1843, 89., pp. 512. At the end are 12 plates and 113 tables, with a diagram of the directions of electric currents. Price to Members of the Society, 25/-. ; to the Public, 30/-.

Slavery at Gongo Soco, in Brazil, 1826–1857. By W. J. Henwood, F.R.S... Penzance, W. Cornish, 1864, 89., pp. 8.

NoTE.—Reprinted in Trans. R.G.S.C., vol. viii, note pp. 289-96.

Address delivered at the spring meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, on the 18th May, 1869. By W. J. Henwood, F.R.S...VicePresident of the Institution. Penzance, printed vate circulation only.—Reprinted. Truro, J. R. Netherton, 1869, 89., pp. 19.

HENWOOD, WILLIAM JoRy, F.R.S. (Con.). HENWOOD, WILLIAM Jory, F.R.S. (Com.). by W. Cornish, 1869, 89., pp. 21. For pri- Descriptive Notice of the Morro Velho mine,

Address delivered at the spring meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, on the 17th of May, 1870. By W. J. Henwood, F.R.S.... President of the Institution. Penzance, printed by W. Cornish, 1870, 89., pp. 16. For private circulation only.

Address delivered at the spring meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, on the 23rd May, 1871. By W. J. Henwood, F.R.S...President of the Institution. Truro, printed by J. R. Netherton, 1871, 89., pp. 65. For private circulation only.

Observations on Metalliferous Deposits and on Subterranean Temperature; Forming the eighth volume of the Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall...By W. J. Henwood, F.R.S...Penzance, printed and published by W. Cornish, Green Market, 1871, 89. Price to Members of the Society, 25/-. ; to the Public, 36-.

NotE.—In two parts, (usually found in two volumes) each with a distinct title page. Part i, pp. xxxi and 1.722; Part ii, pp. vii and 723-916. At the end of the second part are six plates and thirty-seven tables. “An account of the metalliferous deposits in Cornwall” occupies pp. 655-722, and “The Temperature of Cornish mines" pp. 745-49.

On a singular exudation of gas in the Union Mines, Gwennap, [1826.] Trans. R.G.S.C., iii, 203-7, (1827). Notice of some circumstances connected with the heave of a copper-lode by a flucan vein in the Consolidated Mines, Gwennap. ib., iii, 329–31. On some of the deposits of stream tin-ore in Cornwall, with remarks on the theory of that formation. [1828–29.] ib., iv, 57–69, (1832). On the manipulation to which the ores of Tin and Copper are subjected in the central mining district of Cornwall. [1828.] ib., iv, 145–65. On the metalliferous deposits of Cornwall and Devon. [1842.] ib., v, 1–386, (1843). Observations on subterranean temperature in the mines of Cornwall and Devon. [1843.] ib., v, 387–412. [Edinb. New Philos. Journ., xxxiv, 246–56, 1843. On the quantity of water which enters the Cornish Mines. ib., v, 413–44. On the electric currents observed in rocks and veins. ib., v, 445–60. Statistical Notices of the Mines in Cornwall and Devon. ib., v, 461–82.

NoTE.—The above 5 articles constitute the whole of the 5th vol. of the Transactions.

Province of Minas Geräes, and on the relations between the structure of the containing rocks and the directions of the shoots of Gold in the Brazilian mines. [1844.] ib., vi, 143–46, 1846. [Philos. Mag., xxv, 341–44, 1844.] Notice of the Itabira and Santa Anna mines in Brazil. [1845.] ib., vi, 227–29. Notice of Descoberta gold mine, in Brazil. ib., vi, 294–95. Description of the Brazilian method of washing (dressing) gold, [1848.], ib., vii. 69, (1865). Observations on the Providence Mines. § ib., vii, 179–84. [Edinb. New Philos. Journ., liv, 68–72, 1853.] On the geological associations of Tellurium. 1853.] ... ib., vii, 228–29. [Edinb. New Philos. ourn., lvii, 363–65, 1854.] Observations on Metalliferous deposits. [1869.] ib., viii, 1–722, (1871). Observations on subterranean temperature. [1870.], ib., viii, 723–66. On the changes of temperature which take place—at the same, and at different times, on the surface and at depths of three, six, and nine feet in the Canga, at Agoa Quente, in Brazil. ib., viii, 767–80. NoTE.—The above 3 articles constitute the whole of the 8th volume of the Transactions.

Remarks on Mr. John Taylor's paper “On the accidents incident to steam-boilers.” Philos. Mag., i, 408–11, (1827). o Observations on some late statements respecting steam-engines in Cornwall. ib. vii, 323–25, (1830). Mr. Farey's reply. ib., vii, 421. On the quantity of water afforded by springs. ib., viii, 58. Facts bearing on the theory of the formation of springs and their intensity at various periods. ib., ix, 170–77, (1831). Notes on some recent improvements of the steam-engine in Cornwall. ib., x, 97–103, (1831). On a Geological survey of the mines of Cornwall, with a programme of an intended arrangement of the details of the metalliferous veins. ib., x, 358–63.

On periodical variations in the quantities of water afforded by springs, in a letter to Sir C. Lemon. Lond, and Edinb. Philos. Mag., i, 287– 95, (1832).

Observations on the rise and fall of water in some wells in Cornwall, with brief notices of other matters bearing on the Phenomena of Springs. ib., iii, 417–21, (1833).


On some Meteorological Phenomena observed in the Mount's Bay, Cornwall. ib., iv, 103–4, 233, (1834).

Observations on the steam-engines of Cornwall, in reply to John Taylor, F.R.S. ib., viii, 20–21, 591, (1836).

Mineral Weins. ib., xii, 125–27, (1838).

On the rocks and veins which form the opposite walls of cross-veins. Lond, Edinb., & Diiblin Philos. Mag., xxii, 373–84, 443–61, (1843). On the (displacement) heaves of metalliferous veins by cross veins. ib., xxiv, 180–81, 258– 60, (1844). Abstract of meteorological observations, made during 1845, at Gongo Soco, in the interior of Brazil. ib., xxviii, 364–68, (1846). Notices of the superpositions of certain minerals in some of the metalliferous deposits of Cornwall and Devon. ib., xxix, 359–61, 1846. [Cotta, Gangstudien, ii, 117–20, 1851.] Abstract of meteorological observations, made during 1846, at Gongo Soco, in the interior of Brazil. ib., xxx, 361–64, (1847). Abstract of meteorological observations, made during 1847, at Gongo Soco, in the interior of Brazil. ib., xxxii, 422–25, (1848). Notice of a colourless atmospheric arch seen in the interior of Brazil. ib., xxxiii, 195, 1848. [L'Institut, xvii, 48, 1849.]

On the performance of an engine at Wheal Towan. Brewster's Edinb. Journ. of Science, ix, 159–66, (1828). On the quantity of heat disengaged by the combustion of a bushel of coal. ib., ix, 161–62. On the Steam Case. ib., ix, 162–63. On the quantity of heat which passes to the chimney, in Engines working with high pressure Steam. ib., ix, 163–65. On the increase of elasticity which obtains when steam removed from contact with its generating water is heated. ib., ix, 165–66. Account of the steam-engines in Cornwall. ib., x, 34–50, (1829). Notice of the performance of Steam-Engines in Cornwall for June, July, August, and September, 1828. ib., x, 137–39,-for October, November, and December, 1828. ib., x, 213–15. A summary of experiments recently made on the temperature of mines. ib., x, 234–45. Account of experiments on the performance of some steam-engines in Cornwall. ib., vi, 246– 51, (1832).


On the discovery of mineral veins and preliminary operations on them. Quarterly Mining Rev., i, 402–6, (1830).

Geologische Umrisse des Gruben-districtes in Cornwall. Leonhard u. Broun, N. Jahrb., 633–40, (1833).

On some intersections of mineral veins in Cornwall. Proc. of Geol. Soc., i, 405–7, 1834. [Lond, and Edinb. Philos. Mag., ii, 147–48, 1833.]

A brief note to accompany a series of specimens from Lockport, near Niagara, in the state of New York. ib., iii, 453–54, 1842. [Lond. and Edinb. Philos. Maq., xx, 325–26, 1842.]

Notes accompanying a series of specimens from Chaleur Bay and the River Ristigouche, in New Brunswick. ib., iii, 454–56, 1842. [Lond. and Edinb. Philos. Mag., xx, 326–28, 1842.]

Lettre à M. Cordier sur la différence de température des couches, aux mèmes profondeurs selon la nature des roches, et sur l'électricité dans les filons. Paris, Comptes Rendus, i, 343, (1835).

On the difference of temperature between the granite and slate in the Cornish Mines. Thomson, Records of Science, iv, 198–99, (1836).

On Mr. Fox's (alleged) conversion of copperpyrites into purple and vitreous copper. Sturgeon, Annals of Electricity, i, 225–29, (1836–37).

Note on Mr. Murray's defence of Mr. R. W. Fox's theories. ib., iii, 338–39, (1838–39).

On the higher temperature which prevails in the slate than in the granite of Cornwall. Brit. Assoc. Section, pp. 36–37, (1837).

On some intersections of veins in the mines of Dolcoath and Wheal Prudence, in Cornwall. ib., p. 74, (1837).

The expansive action of steam in some of the Cornish pumping engines. ib., pp. 129–30, (1837).

A Lecture on the Phenomena of Metalliferous Weins, delivered at the Penzance Institution, on Tuesday, the 10th Nov., 1836. By W. J. Henwood, F.G.S. London and Paris. H.M. Assa Master of Tin in the Duchy of Cornwall. Edinb. New Philos. Journ., xxii, 152–76, 1837. [Karsten Archiv., x, 535–80, 1837.]


On the Electric Currents observed in some Metalliferous Weins. ib., xxii, 270–81, 1837. Sturgeon, Ann. Electr., i, 124–33, 1836; Annal. as Mines, xi, 585–604, 1837; Froriep Notizen, ii,

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with a title page, 1837, 8°., pp. 20.] On the Expansive Action of Steam in some of the Pumping Engines on the Cornish Mines. ib., xxvii, 42–52, 1839. [Trans. Instit. Civil Engineers, ii, 49–60, 1838; Mining Rev., v, 33– 34, 1839.] Nore.—For this Memoir, W. J. Henwood, in 1837, received the Telford Medal from the Institution of Civil Engineers. On Subterranean Temperature in the Mines of Cornwall and Devon. ib., xxxiv, 246–51, (1843). Abstract of a memoir on the metalliferous (gold) deposits of Brazil. ib., 1,61–64, (1851). On a Remarkable Deposit of Tin-Ore at the Providence Mines, near St. Ives. ib., liv, 68–72, (1853). On Changes produced by the deepening and extension of Mines on the temperatures at their previous bottoms. ib., x, 166–68, (1859). Notes on the silver produced in Cornwall. ib., xiii, 163–73, (1861).

On the duty performed by Cornish steamengines. Rep. R.I.C., 1838, p. 20. On the granite of Cligger Head and the Elvan courses of the same neighbourhood. ib., 1838, pp. 29–31. On the preparation of China clay. ib., 1839, pp. 54–56. . . On the shocks of earthquakes which have been noticed in Cornwall and Devon. ib., 1841, pp. 41–42. The temperature of mines. ib., 1842, p. 38. Notice of the sulphate of barytes found at Wheal Mary Ann, in Menheniot. ib., 1852, pp. 38–43. Notice of some ancient Indian Mining tools found in the copper districts near Lake Superior. il., 1853, pp. 22–33. [Edinb. New Philos. Journ., lvii,324–25, 1854.] Notice of the rock basins at Deo (Devi) Dhora, in Upper India. ib., 1855, pp. 19–22. |. nt. Mag., xlv., 18–20, 1856. Also found as a amphlet, with a title page, n.d., (1856), 8°.] Notes on the copper turf of Merioneth. ib., 1856, pp. 41–43. [Edinb. New Philos. Journ., v. 61–64, 1857.] Notes on subterranean temperature observed in Chili. ib., 1857, pp. 14–17. [Edinb. New Philos. Journ, vii, 147–49, 1858.] ... Notice of the submarine forest, near Padstow. il, 1858, pp. 17–19.


Notes on the changes produced by the deepening and extension of mines, and on the temperature of their previous bottoms. ib., 1859, pp. 21–23. Address delivered at the Spring Meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 18 May, 1869. Journ. R.I.C., Apl., 1870, pp. ix–xxv. Address delivered at the Spring Meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 17 May, 1870. ib., Apl., 1871, pp. ix–xxi. Address delivered at the Spring Meeting of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 23 May, 1871. ib., Apl., 1872, pp. i-lxvi.

On the preparation of the white oxide of arsenic (arsenious acid) in Cornwall. Rep. R.C.P. Soc., 1839, pp. 113–14.

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HERLE, REv. CHARLEs, M.A. (3rd son of Edward Herle), Rector of Winwick, Lancashire, 1626–59; Member of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, July, 1643; Prolocutor, 1643–1643. b. Prideaux Herle, near Lostwithiel, 1598. d. Winwick. bur. 29 Sept., 1659. cf. Bliss Wood, iii, 477–79; N. and Q. 2 S., vii, 477, (1859); Benj. Hanbury's Hist. Memorials relating to the Independents, ii, 166– 68; Neal's Hist. of Puritans (Toulmin's ed.), iii, 46, 52, 89, 141, 350; iv, 244; Brook's Puritans, iii, 324–26; Br. Museum, Addit. MSS., 18,781–18,782; Dr. Halley's Lancashire, i, 270–72, 285, 380–82, 456, 467; ii, 28–29, 105–106. Contemplations and devotions on the severall passages of our blessed Saviours death and passion. Written by Charles Herle, Master in Arts, and sometimes of Excester Colledge, in Oxford. Lond, printed by Aug. Mat. for Humphrey Robinson, dwelling in Pauls Churchyard, at the signe of the three Pidgeons, 1631, 120., pp. 546. The Dedication and the severall passages of our Saviour's death and passion unpaged. A Payre of Compasses for Chvrch and State. Delivered in a Sermon, Preached at St. Mar§. in Westminster, before the Honorable ouse of Commons, at their Monethly Fast, November the last, 1642. By C. Herle, Rector of Winwicke, in Lankashire. Published by order of that House. Lond, printed by G. M. for Iohn Bartlet, at the Signe of the Guilt-Cup, neare S. Austin's-Gate, [Dec. 22,] 1642, 4°., pp. 44. A Fvller Ansvver to a Treatise written by Doctor Ferne, entitvled “The resolving of conscience,” etc...Done by another Author É. Rev. C. Herle.] And by him revised and enlarged by occasion of some late pamphlets complaining in the name of the City against the Parliament. Lond., printed for John Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the Gilt Cup, in Pauls Church-yard, neer to Austins Gate, 1642, 40., pp. 20, but the first half sheet unpaged.—Another ed. 1642, 40., pp. 24, with first half sheet unpaged.

NoTE.—cf. Wordsworth's Christian Institutes, iii, 14.

A reply unto severall treatises pleading for the Armes now taken up by name, unto the Reverend and Learned Divines which pleaded scripture and reason for defensive Arms, the Author of the Treatise of Monarchy, the Author |. Herle] of the fuller answer, his Reply. By

. Fern, D.D. Oxford, 1643, 40., pp. 97 and contents unpaged.

Conscience way of reply unto severall Treatises, made to a Treatise formerly published for the Resolving of Conscience upon

HERLE, REv. CHARLEs, M.A. (Con.).

the case; especially unto that which is entituled “A fuller Answer.” By H. Ferne, D.D. Oxford, 1643, 40., pp. 85 and preface unpaged. An answer to Doctor Ferne's Reply entitled Conscience Satisfied; especially to as much of it as concerned that answer to his Treatise which went under the name of the “Fuller Answer.” By the same Author, [C. Herle.] Lond, printed by Tho. Brudenell for N.A., and are to be sold at the Angell and Bible, in Lumberstreet, [May, Io 40., pp. 37. Dr. Williams'. hab's Fall by his prophets flatteries; being the substance of Three Sermons...the first sermon preached before...the Commons House of Parliament, the second before...the Lord Major of London, with the Aldermen, his Brethren, the third at the Abbey Church, in Westminster, where it was much acquarrelled by some and as much desired to be published by others...printed by R. A. for J. Wright, in the Old-Baily, [May 30, 1644, 49., pp. 42 and Epistle Dedicatory unpaged. NotE.—The Dedication “To his worthily much esteemed and choicely learned Friend, Mr. Thomas

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Davids song of three parts, delivered in a sermon, preached before the right honorable the House of Lords, at the Abby-Church, in Westminster, upon the 15 day of June, 1643, being The day appointed for publike thanksgiving for God's great deliverance of the parliament, citie, and kingdome, from The late most mischievous conspiracy against all three. Ordered by the said House to be published. By Charles Herle, Pastor of Winwicke, in Lankashire, the Preacher thereof. Lond, printed by T. Brudenell for N. A., and are to be sold at the Angell and Bible, in Lumberstreet, 1643, 49., pp. 31.

The Independency on Scriptures of the Independency of Churches: wherein the Question of Independency of Church-Government is temperately, first stated: secondly argued: thirdly cleered from the Objections: and fourthly appeal’d in, to the Judgments of such as stand for it. By Master Herle, a Lancashire Minister, at the Request, and for the Satisfaction of some friends of his, and by them publish'd, together with his letter sent them together with the Treatise. Lond, printed by Tho. Bruinoll for N.A., and are to be sold at the Angell and Bible, in Lumber St., 1643, sm. 40., pp. 44. Dr. Williams'.

A modest and brotherly ansvver to Mr. Charles Herle his book, against the Independency of Churches...By Richard Mather, Teacher of the church at Dorchester, and William Tompson, Pastor of the church at Braintree, in

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