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Babbage, C.

(1837)

Ninth Bridgewater Treatise (London, 1837, 2nd edn 1838).

[Babbage, C.]

(1843)

‘Addition to the Memoir of L. Menabrea on the Analytical Engine. Scientific Memoirs, vol. III, part XII. p. 666’, Philosophical Magazine xxxiii (1843), 235–9.

Babbage, C.

(1864)

Passages from the Life of a Philosopher (London, 1864, repr. 1968; New York, 1969).

Babbage, H.P. (ed.)

(1889)

Babbage’s Calculating Engines: a collection of papers by Henry Prevost Babbage (London, 1889; repr. Los Angeles, 1982).

Christies

(2005)

Christies catalogue description for an auction item described as, ‘Offprint from Scientific Memoirs III (1843)’, available at: http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/menabrea-luigi-federico-sketch-of-the-analytical-4443501-details.aspx]

Christies

(2008)

Christies catalogue description for an auction item described as, ‘Offprint from: Scientific Memoirs’, available at:

http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/books-manuscripts/babbage-menabrea-luigi-federico-sketch-5084052-details.aspx

Collier, B.

(1970)

‘The Little Engines that Could've: – The Calculating Machines of Charles Babbage’, Ph.D. thesis (Harvard, 1970), available at: http://robroy.dyndns.info/collier/index.html

Collier, B.

(1990)

The Little Engines that Could've: – The Calculating Machines of Charles Babbage (New York, 1990).

Fuegi, J & Francis, J.

(2003)

‘Lovelace & Babbage and the Creation of the 1843 ‘Notes’’, Annals of the History of Computing 23:4 (2003), 16–26.

Fuegi, J & Francis, J.

(2015)

‘Lovelace & Babbage and the Creation of the 1843 ‘Notes’’, Ada User Journal 36:2 (2015), 89–98; reprint from 2003.

[Lovelace, A.]

(1843)

‘Sketch of the Analytical Engine invented by Charles Babbage, Esq. By L.F. Menabrea, of Turin, Officer of the Military Engineers, with notes by the Translator’, Scientific Memoirs iii (1843), 666–731.

Menabrea, L.F.

(1842)

‘Notions sure la machine analytique de M. Charles Babbage’, Bibliothèqe Universelle de Génève, 41 (1842), 352–76.

Moore, D.L.

(1977)

Ada Countess of Lovelace – Byron’s Legitimate Daughter (London, 1977).

Swade, D.

2001

The Difference Engine – Charles Babbage and the Quest to Build the First Computer (New York, 2001).

Toole, B.A. (ed.)

(1992)

Ada – The Enchantress of Numbers: A Selection from the Letters of Lord Byron’s Daughter and Her Description of the First Computer (Mill valley, CA, 1992).

Van Sinderen, A.

(1980)

‘The Printed Papers of Charles Babbage’, Annals of the History of Computing 2:2 (April 1980), 169–85.




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