JF Ptak Science Books Reference Tool series
I found this fantastic list at the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation and wanted to include this with a list of other Maxwell items but simplycould not get a link to function directly to the most-interesting JCM personal library page, so I converted the .pdf and include it below. Please note that none of what follows is any of my work--all credit to the Clerk Maxwell Foundation folks.
"Bibliography: Entries for papers [and books] are arranged in this order:Author; title; periodical
[place]; date; volume; pages; priority; location; notes." 1849 Maxwell, James Clerk. ‘On the theory of rolling curves.’ Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinb., 1849, XVI, 519-540. Read 19.2.1849. SP, I, ii, 4-29. Royal Observatory Lib., Edinburgh: (offprint). [Maxwell’s first printed paper. An earlier paper, read in 1846, was not printed until 1851.] 1851 Maxwell, James Clerk. ‘On the description of oval curves, and those having a plurality of foci.’ By Mr Clerk Maxwell junior; with remarks by Professor Forbes. Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinb., April 1851 (1844-1850), II, 89-91 & plate II. Read 6.4.1846. SP, I, i, 1-3. [The first paper by Maxwell to be read, it was evidently not taken very seriously, being belatedly printed in 1851. The original manuscript survives in the Royal Society of Edinburgh.]