Author:Richard James Morrison

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Richard James Morrison
(1795–1874)
English astrologer and naval officer; used the pseudonym Zadkiel Tao-Sze

Works[edit]

  • Narrative of the Loss of the Rothsay Castle Steam Packet in Beaumaris Bay (1831) (external scan)
  • The Grammar of Astrology (1833) (external scan)
  • Tables to be used in Calculating Nativities (1834) (external scan)
  • Observations on Dr. Halley's great Comet (1835)
  • Zadkiel's Legacy (1842) (external scan)
  • An Essay on Love and Matrimony (1851) (external scan)
  • An Introduction to Astrology (1852) (external scan)
  • Astrology as it is, not as it has been represented (1854) (external scan)
  • The Solar System as it is, and not as it is represented (1857) (external scan)
  • Explanation of the Bell Buoy invented by Lieut. Morrison (1858) (external scan)
  • How to fortify London and nullify Cherbourg (1858) (external scan)
  • The Astronomy in a Nutshell (1860)
  • The Comet, a large lithographic Map on the true Course of Encke's Comet, (1860)
  • The Hand-Book of Astrology (1861) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • On the Great First Cause (1867) ([{{{1}}} external scan])
  • The New Principia (1868) (external scan)
  • King David Triumphant! A Letter to the Astronomers of Benares (1871)

Pariodicals[edit]

  • The Horoscope: A Monthly Magazine of Interesting and Instructive Science and Literature (1834, 1841)
  • The Herald of Astrology (1831-6)
  • Zadkiel's Almanac and Ephemeris (1836-)
  • The Voice of the Stars

Works about Morrison[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.