Henry Hickman Harte
Henry Hickman Harte (1790–1848) was an Irish mathematician and clergyman.
Harte was the son of a solicitor, and born in the county of Limerick, Ireland, in 1790. He entered Trinity College Dublin in 1806, and became a Scholar in 1809. He earned his BA in 1811 (and MA in 1823), and served as Donegall Lecturer in 1827. In 1831 Harte accepted the college living of Cappagh, diocese of Derry, co. Tyrone; and died on Sunday, 5 April 1848, having preached on the same day in his church, where he was also buried. Harte was author of a translation of Laplace's Système du Monde, to which work he added 'Mathematical Proofs and Explanatory Remarks,' Dublin, 1830. He also published a translation of Poisson's Mécanique, with Notes, 2 vols. London, 1842, 8vo, and commenced another of Laplace's Mécanique Céleste.