Thomas Heberden and W. Heberden
A Continuation of the Account of the Weather in Madeira. By Dr. Thomas Heberden. Communicated by Dr. W. Heberden, F. R. S.
Phil. Trans. 1753 48:617-620; doi:10.1098/rstl.1753.0081
William Heberden and Thomas Heberden
An Account of the Earthquake Felt in the Island of Madeira, March 31, 1761: By Thomas Heberden, M. D. F. R. S. Communicated by William Heberden, M. D. F. R. S.
Of the Increase and Mortality of the Inhabitants of the Island of Madeira. By Dr. Thomas Heberden, F. R. S.
Mr. Bird, Mr. Short, and Thomas Heberden
Observations of Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's First Satellite, Made at Funchal, in Madeira, with a Reflecting Telescope of 18 Inches Focus, Made by Mr. Short. The Time Was Found by Taking Equal Altitudes, with a Quadrant of 12 Inches Radius, Made by Mr. Bird, and with the Help of a Good Pendulum Clock Made in London. By the Late Thomas Heberden, M. D. F. R. S.
Phil. Trans. January 1, 1770 60:502-503; doi:10.1098/rstl.1770.0044
John Lewis Tiarks
A Short Account of Some Observations Made with Chronometers, in Two Expeditions Sent Out by the Admiralty, at the Recommendation of the Board of Longitude, for Ascertaining the Longitude of Madeira and of Falmouth