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Evans (Dr. J, W.), Identity of the Amiantos of the Ancients Fireballs in 1905, Winter, Mr. Denning, 66
with Chrysotile, 215

Firth (J. B.), Highways and Byways in Derbyshire, 100
Ecans (Lieut.), Experiments with Different Methods of Fische und Reptilien aus der böhmischen Kreideformation,
Earth Connection for Wireless Telegraphic Installations,

Neuc, Prof. Dr. Anton Fritsch and Dr. Fr. Bayer, 454

Fisher (Dr. Karl T.), der Naturwissenschaftliche Enter-
Emlation : the Evolution of Engraving in the Stone Age, richt bei uns und im Auslande, 333

Ed. Piette, 81; the Evolution of the World and of Man, Fisher (Rev. 0.), the Cleavage of Slates, 55
George E. Boxall, 150; Vorträge über Deszendenztheorie Fisheries : Fishery Investigations in the Norwegian Fjords,
gchalten an der Universität zu Freiburg im Breisgau, 45; Reports on Sea Fisheries, Frank Balfour Browne,
Prof. August Weismann, 200 ; the Causation of Vari 138; Work of Sea Fish Hatchery at Piel, Andrew Scott,
ations, Dr. G. Archdall Rcid, 318:, La Sociologie 138; Biology of the Plaice, with Special Regard to the
générique, François Cosentini, 482 ; l'Evolution de la Danish Plaice Fishery, Dr. A. C. Johansen, 139; the
Matière, Dr. Gustave Le Bon, 505 ; Cosmical Evolution,

Transplantation of Shell-fish, 430
J. H. Jeans, 591

Fishes : the Distribution of African Fresh-water Fishes,
Ewbank (E. K.), the Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra of Opening Address in Section D at the Meeting of the
Aromatic Compounds, part ii., the Phenols, 239

British Association in South Africa, G. A. Boulenger,
Experimental Mathematics, a Note-book of, ci Godfrey F.R.S., V.P.Z.S., 413; a Guide to the Study of Fishes,
and G. M. Bell, 507

David Starr Jordan, 625
Experimental Morphology, Dr. Hans Przibram, 426

Fishing : an Angler's Hours, H. T. Sherringham, 220
Exploration of the Atmosphere above the Atlantic, the, Fitzgerald (Prof.), Messrs. Michelson and Morley's Experi-
A. Lawrence Rotch, 244

ments on Ether, 566
Exploration of the Indian Ocean, A. Sedgwick, F.R.S., 341 Flammarion (Camille), Astronomy for Amateurs, 29;
Explosives, Researches on, Sir Andrew Noble, Bart., Observations of Jupiter, 43; Vegetation and the Sun-
K.C.B., F.R.S., 358

spot Period, 303
Explosives, a Primer on, Major A. Cooper-Key, 507

Flamme (M.), Superheating for Locomotives, 212
Eye, the Treatment of Diseases of the, Dr. Victor Hanke, Fleming (Prof.), a Probable Nova in Ophiuchus, 158

Fleming (Prof. J. A., F.R.S.), Oscillation Valve for
Eye-estimates of the Transits of Jupiter's Spots, Rev. Rectifying Electrical Oscillations, 91; Direct Reading
T. E. R. Phillips, 518

Cymometer for Measuring the Length of the Waves used

in Wireless Telegraphy, 91; Magnetic Qualities of some
Färöes and Iceland, the, Studies in Island Life, N. Annan Alloys, 190; Ratio between the Mean Spherical and the
dale, 506

Mean Horizontal Candle-power of Incandescent Lamps,
Fagerholm (E.), Elements of Comet 1896 viii, 567

215; Compact Form of Direct-reading (ymometer for
Faint Stars, Visibility of, at the Lowell Observatory, Mr. the Measurement of Wave-lengths and Frequencies in
Lampland, 592 ; Mr. Lowell, 592

Connection with Electric-wave Telegraphy, 350
Faintness of Planetary Nebula, J. E. Gore, 43

Fleming (Mrs.), Stars with Peculiar Spectra, 183; Harvard
Far East, the, Archibald Little, 626

College Observatory Annuai Report, 256; Discovery of
Farabee (Dr. W. C.), an Hereditary Abnormality in the a Nova, 465; Nova Aquilæ, 542

Human Hand and its Relation to Mendelism, 254 Fliche (P.), Undergrowth in Woods, 23
Faraday Society, 142, 359

“ Flocculi," Anomalous Dispersion and, Prof. Julius, 19
Farmer (Prof. J. B., F.R.S.), Cellular Constituents Flow of Steam through Nozzles and Orifices, Experimental

Peculiar to Cancerous and Reproductive Tissues, 92 ; Researches on the, A. Rateau, 101
Reseinblances between “ Plimmer's Bodies" of Malignant Flow of Underground and River Waters, 25
Growths and Certain Normal Constituents of Repro Focusing Screen for Use in Photographing Ultra-violet
ductive Cells of Animals, 164

Spectra, a, Prof. W. N. Hartley, F.R.S., 581
Farr (Dr. C. Coleridge)Continuous Observations of the Folklore : Tree Worship at Naihati, H. P. Shastri, 17;
Rate of Dissipation of Electric Charges in the Open Air, the Masai, their Language and Folklore, A. C. Hollis,

Sir H. H. Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 83
Faulds (Henry), Guide to Finger-print Identification, Supp. Food : Ammonia in Milk, Evidence of Pollution, A. Trillat
to October 19, iv

and M. Sauton, 72; the Food Inspector's Handbook,
Faull (J. H.), Development of the Ascus and on Spore Francis Vacher, 243; Bacteriological Standard of Purity
Formation in the Ascomycetes, 327

of Milk, Dr. Newman, 307; Experience of Milk to which
Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma, Sodium Citrate had been Added in the Feeding of Infants,
Butterflies, Lieut.-Colonel C. T. Bingham, 290

Dr. F. J. Poynton, 354
Fauna of Deep Lakes, the Sarcodine, Eugène Penard, 218 Forbes (George S.), the Elimination of Accidental Loss of
Fayum Province of Egypt, the Topography and Geology Heat in Accurate Calorimetry, 206
of the, H. J. L. Beadnell, 535

Forbes (Dr. Henry (.), on a New Species of Guenon from
Feather-like Form of Frost, H. M. Warner, 8o

the Cameroons, 630
Felspars, the Isomorphism and Thermal Properties of the,

Forbes (Mr.), New White Sturgeon, 156
Arthur L. Day and E. T. Allen, 258

Forel (Prof. F. A.), Earthquake in Switzerland, 63; Le
Fernet (M.), Death of, 62

Leman, Monographie Limnologique, 148
Ferreira (A. da Costa), the Probable Racial Constituents
of the Portuguese, 87

Forestry: the Cowthorpe Oak, 43, 182; John Clayton,
Fiala (A.). Return of the Ziegler North Polar Expedition,

43 : Life-history of the Pine Sawfly, 133; Tree Planting

in South Africa, D. E. Hutchins, 138; Diseases of Forest
Fictitious Problems in Mathematics, An Old

Trees, 163; Manual of the Trees of North America (ex-

College Don, 56; the Reviewer, 36; A. B. Basset, 78;

clusive of Mexico), C. S. Sargent, 197; Entrance

Examination to the Indian Forest Service, 274; the
Dr. E. J. Routh, 78, 127; C. B. Clarke, F.R.S., 102 ;
Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 102, 175

“Bee-hole " Borer of Teak in Burma, E. P. Stebbing,
Field Club, the Essex, 606

Field Operations of the Bureau of Soils, 1903, 12

Formation of Ice and the Grained Structure of Glaciers,
Field, Sterilisation of Water in the, Prof. R. T. Hewlett,

the, Prof. G. Quincke, For. Mem.R.S., at Royal Society,
43; Corr., 515

Fierz (H. E.), Camphoryl-pseudo-semicarbazide, 71

Forster (M. O.), Camphoryl-pseudo-semicarbazide, 71
Figure of the Sun, the, C. Lane Poor, 567

Forsyth (Prof. A. R., Sc.D., LL.D., Math.D., F.R.S.),
Finger-print Identification : Identification por las Im-

Opening Address in Section A at the Meeting of the
presiones digito-palmares (La Dactiloscopia), Dr.

British Association in South Africa, 372
Alberto Yvert, 628

| Forthcoming Books of Science, 619
Finger-print Identification, Guide to, Henry Faulds, Supp. Fosse (R.), Basicity of Pyranic Oxygen, 119; Halogen
to October 19, iv

Compounds of Dinaphthopyryl withMetals and
Finlayson (D.), the Ashe-Finlayson Comparascope, 90 l Metalloids, 648

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Fossils : Catalogus Mammalium, tam viventium quam Garry (F. N. A.), Notes on the Drawings for Sowerby's
fossilium, E. L. Trouessart, 427

English Botany," 556
Foster (Sir' c. Le Neve, F.R.S.), 'the Investigation of Mine Garwood (Prof. E. J.), Tarns of the Canton Ticino, 215
Air, 124

Gas Calorimetry, 186
Fourcade (H. G.), Instrument for Stereoscopic Surveying, Gas-engines, Large, R. Mathot, 213; Mr. Crossley, 213.

Gas Turbines, Steam Turbines with an Appendix on, Dr.
Fourneau (M.), Aromatic Substitution Derivatives of A. Stodola, 219
Ethylene Oxide, 192

Gases : the Dynamical Theory of Gases and of Radiation,
Fowler (Prof. A.), Visibility of D, as a Dark Line in the Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 54; J. H. Jeans, 101
Solar Spectrum, 184

Gassendis Deskartes, die Stellung, Dr. Hermann
Fox (Phillip), Spectroheliograph Results, 183

Schneider, 292
Franklin (Cooper), Medical Education, Past, Present, and Gaupp (Prof.), the Origin and Nature of the Mammalian
Future, 330

Lower Jaw, 401
Frassetto (Fabio), I Nuovi Indirizzi e le Promesse della Geese of Europe and Asia, the, Sergius Alpheraky, 266
Odierna Antropologia, 173

Geikie (Sir Arch., F.R.S.), Scientific Worthies, Eduard
Frederick (Mr.), Observations of the Satellites of Saturn Suess, I
and Uranus, 230

Geikie (Dr. Jas.), Structural and Field Geology, 223
Frémont (Ch.), Mechanical Properties of Iron in Isolated Geitel (Prof. H.), Observations of the Electric Conditions
Crystals, 392

of the Atmosphere during the Recent Solar Eclipse, 490
French Glacier Commission, Two Reports of the, 561 Gelatin, Action of Radium Salts on, W. A. Douglas Rudge,
French Observations of the Total Solar Eclipse, Prof. 631

Janssen, 518; M. Bigourdan, 518; M. Stephan and M. Gelatin Media, on the Spontaneous Action of Radio-active
Trépied, 518; M. Bourget, 518; M. Nordmann, 518; Bodies on, John Butler Burke, 78
M. Salet, 518; M. Moye, 518

Gelatin Media, on the Spontaneous Action of Radium on,
French Observers, Further Eclipse Results by, MM. John Butler Burke, 294

Deslandres and Andoyer, 567; M. Salet, 591; Prof. Geminorum, Magnitudes of Nova Persei and Nova, Prof.
Janssen, 639; E. Stephan, 640

A. A. Nijland, 110
Freundler (P.), Eromination of Paraldehyde, 239; Deri- Geodesy: Geodetic Measurements from Solar Eclipses,
vatives of Cyclohexane, 624

C. E. Stromeyer, 230; Trattato di Geodesia Theoretica,
Frič (M.), the Circumzenithal Apparatus, 230

Paolo Pizzetti, Captain W. J. Johnston, 242 ; Dante's
Friend (J. A. N.), Estimation of Potassium Permanganate “Quaestio de Aqua et Terra in Light of Modern

in Presence of Potassium Persulphate, 23; Estimation of Geodesy, Prof. O. Zanotti Bianco, 350
Hydrogen Peroxide in the Presence of Potassium Per- Geography : Scientific Results of the National Antarctic
sulphate, 166

Expedition, 57; Antarctic Expedition, Dr. J. Charcot,
Fritsch (Prof. Dr. Anton), Neue Fische und Reptilien aus 203; the Bahama Islands, 154; der Oeschinensee im

der böhmischen Kreideformation, 454 ; Palaeozoische Berner Oberland, Max Groll, 197; Death and Obituary
Arachniden, 577

Notice of Sir Augustus Gregory, K.C.M.G., 204; Death
Frölich (Dr. O.), die Entwickelung der electrischen and Obituary Notice of Elisée Reclus, 252 ; Summary of
Messungen, 579

the Dimensions of the Nile and its Basin, Captain H. G.
Fron (G.), Conditions of Development of the Mycelium of Lyons, 349 ; Explorations in Turkestan, with an Account
Morchella, 47

of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan, Raphael
Frost, a Feather-like Form of, H. M. Warner, 80

Pumpelly, R. W. Pumpelly, Prof. W. M. Davis, and
Frost (Prof.), Harvard College Observatory Annual Report, Ellsworth Huntington, Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, 366 :
256 ; the Orbit of 5 Tauri, 592

New Island Discovered, Terre de France, Lieut.
Frost (R. H.), an Interesting Asteroid Occlo [475], 330 ; Bergendahl, 461; Handbuch der geographischen Ort-

Observations of Phæbe, 330; the Minor Planet Occlo bestimmung für Geographen und Forschungsreisende, Dr.
(475), 388

Adolf Marcuse, 481 ; the Position of Ophir, W. Kings-
Frost (Dr. William Dodge), a Laboratory Guide in mill, 491; the Færöes and Iceland, Studies in Island
Elementary Bacteriology, 483

Life, N. Annandale, 506 ; Death of Sir William Wharton,
Fruit Farm, the Woburn Experimental, Prof. T. H. K.C.B., F.R.S., 563 ; Obituary Notice of, 586; Death
Middleton, 461

of Ferdinand Baron von Richthofen, 588; Death and
Fruit Growing, British, 297; Alfred O. Walker, 342 ; Obituary Notice of M. de Brazza, 515; Death and
Spencer Pickering, F.R.S., 396

Obituary Notice of Captain J. Wiggins, 515; the Far
Fuchs (C.), Method for Determining the Specific Heats of East, Archibald Little, 626
Solutions, 216

Geology : Scientific Worthies, Eduard Suess, Sir Archibald
Fungus-galls : Beiträge zur physiologischen Anatomie der Geikie, F.R.S., 1; Chalk Masses in the Cliffs near

Pilzgallen, Hermann Ritter Guttenberg, E. R. Cromer, Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 8; the Rigidity
Burdon, 339

of the Earth's Interior, Rev. A. Irving, 8; the Con-
Furnace, the Electric, Adolphe Minet, R. S. Hutton, 267 solidation of the Earth, Dr. T. J. J. See, 30; Rey. A.
Fursac (J. R. de), Manual of Psychiatry, 363

Irving, 79; Eruptive Rocks of the Chain of Tilai-
Kanjakowsky-Cérébriansky; Perm, Prof. Louis Dupare

and Dr. Francis Pearce, 18; Experiments on Schistosity
Gadow (Dr. H.), Distribution of Mexican Amphibia and and Slaty Cleavage, George F. Becker, 20; Alfred
Reptilia, 191

Harker, 152 ; the Cleavage of Slates, Rev. 0. Fisher,
Galbraith (D. R. S.), Electric Furnace for the Direct Pro- 55; an Introduction to the Geology of Cape Colony,

duction of Steel from Magnetic Iron Sands of Taranaki, A. W. Rogers, Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, 35; les Con-
New Zealand, 299

crétions phosphatées de l'Agulhas Bank (Cape of Good
Game Bird, a Rare, John S. Sawbridge, 605; Sir Herbert Hope), Dr. Leon W. Collet, avec une Description de la
Maxwell, Bart., 630

Glauconie qu'elles renferment, Gabriel W. Lee, 280-7:
Gans (Dr. Richard), Einführung in die Vektoranalysis mit the Geology of South Africa, F. H. Hatch and G. S.
Anwendungen auf die mathematische Physik, 483

Corstorphine, 346; Shoal-water Deposits of the Bermuda
Garden, an Indian, Mrs. Henry Cooper Eggar, Dr. Otto Banks, H. B. Bigelow, 40; Geological Society, 46, 118.
Stapf, 125

160), 215, 263, 284: the Blea Wyke Beds and the Dogger
Gardens, Stone, Rose Haig Thomas, 629

in North-east Yorkshire, R. H. Rastall, 46; Geological
Gardiner (J. Stanley), the Percy Sladen Expedition in Ispect of North-eastern Territories of the Congo Free
H.M.S. Sealark, the Chagos Archipelago, 571

State, G. F. J. Preumont and J. A. Howe, 46; Geologie
Gardner (Walter M.), the Synthetic Dyestuffs and the der I'mgebung von Sarajevo, Ernst Kittl, 31; a Hand-

Intermediate Products from which they are derived, J. C. book to a Collection of the Minerals of the British
(ain and J. F. Thorpe, Supp. to October 19, vii

Islands in the Museum of Practical Geology, F. W.
Garnett (1. C. Maxwell), Colours in Metal Glasses, in Rudler, 76; Geology of t'pper Assam, J. Malcolm


P. Marshall, 118; Carboniferous Limestone of the | Germany, Physical Laboratories in, Prof. G. W. Küchler's
Weston-super-Mare District, T. F. Sibley, 118; Karl | Report to Director-General of Education in India, 605
Ernst Adolf von Hofi, der Bahnbrecher moderner Gernez (D.), Light Emitted by Crystals of Arsenious
Geologie, Dr. Otto Reich, 123; Relation of the Miocene Anhydride, 23 ; Triboluminescence of Potassium Sulphate,
of Maryland to that of Other Regions, and to the Recent 71
Fauna. w. H. Dall, 102: Igneous Rocks between St. Gibbs (J. W.), Diagrammes et Surfaces thermodynamiques,
David's Head and Strumble Head (Pembrokeshire),

J. V, Eisden, 160: Rhætic and Contiguous Deposits of

Gibson (W.), Memoirs of the Geological Survey of England
Glamorganshire, L. Richardson, 166; Rhætic Rocks at

and Wales, the North Staffordshire Coalfields, 612
Berrow Hill, near Tewkesbury, L. Richardson, 166; the

Giglioli (Italo), Concimi, Mangimi, Sementi, &c:, Com-
Face oi the Earth (Das Antlitz der Erde), Prof. Eduard

mercie, frodi, e repressione delle frodi, Specialmente in
Surss, 193: Death and Obituary Notice of Dr. William

Italia, 324
Thomas Blanford, F.R.S., 202; Microscopic Structure

Gill (Sir David), Geodetic Survey in South Africa, 641
of Minerals forming Serpentine, Prof. T. G. Bonney,

Giran (H.), Combustion of Sulphur in the Calorimetric
F.R.S., and Miss C. A. Raisin, 215; Tarns of the Canton Bomb, 239
Ticino, Prof. E. J. Garwood, 215: Structural and Field Girardin (Paul), Glaciers of Maurienne, Vanoise, and
Geology, Dr. Jas. Geikie, 223; Continuation of Saar-

Tarantaise, 562
brucken Coal-measures into Lorraine, B. Schu!z-Briesen,

Glacial Studies in Canada, Dr. William H. Sherzer, Prof.
a36; Geological Structure of the Mining District of

Grenville A. J. Cole, 310
Iglesias, G. Merlo, 236; Mineral Deposits of the Banks

Glacier Commission, Two Reports of the French, 561
of the Meuse, G. Lespineux, 236 ; Geological Survey of

Glaciers, the Formation of Ice and the Grained Structure:
India, T. H. Holland, F.R.S., 254 ; the Glacial (Dwyka)

of, Prof. G. Quincke, For. Mem.R.S., at Royal Society,
Conglomerate in the Transvaal, E. T. Mellor, 263 ; New

Oalitic Strata in Oxfordshire, E. A. Walford, 263 ; the

Glaciers of Maurienne, Vanoise, and Tarantaise, Paul
Relations of the Eocene and Cretaceous Rocks in the

Girardin, 562
Esna-Aswan Reach of the Nile Valley, H. J. L.

Glass Vane, the Pressure of Radiation on a Clear, Prof.
Beadnell, 263; the Topography and Geology of the

Gordon F. Hull, 198; T. H. Havelock, 269
Fayum Province of Egypt, H. J. L. Beadnell, 535; Death

Glazebrook (Dr. R. T., F.R.S.), Inaugural Address at
of George H. Eldridge, 275; a Glacial Conglomerate,

Optical Congress and Exhibition, 112
the Pakhuis Bed, in the Table Mountain Series, Mr.

Godfrey (C.), a Note-book of Experimental Mathematics,
Rogers, 285; the Sources of the Superficial Deposits

found Above the Jurassic and Cretaceous Strata on the

Godlewski (T.), an Intensely Radio-active Substance,
South, North-West, and West of London, Dr. A. E.

Salter, 285; Geology of the Provinces of Tsang and U

X, 206

Godman (Frederick Ducane, F.R.S.), Biologia Centrali-
in Tibet, H. H. Hayden, 285; Geology, Processes and

Ar uricana, Aves, 49
Their Results, Thomas C. Chamberlin and Rollin D.
Salisbury, 280 ; Glacial Studies in Canada, Dr. William

Goeldi (Prof. Emilio Augusto), Memorias do Museu Goeldi.

(Museu Paraense) de Historia Natural e Ethnographia,
H. Sherzer, Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, 310; Explorations

iv., Os Mosquitos no Pará, 607
in Turkestan, with an Account of the Basin of Eastern
Persia and Sistan, Raphael Pumpelly, R. W. Pumpelly,

Gold and Science, Opening Address in Section B at the

Meeting of the British Association in South Africa,
Prof. W. M. Davis, and Ellsworth Huntington, Prof.

G. T. Beilby, 378
Grenville A. J. Cole, 366; Clays and Clay Industries of

Gold Mine, the Mount Morgan, Queensland, E. J. Dunn,
lowa, S. W. Bever, G. W. Bissell, T. A. Williams,
J. B. Wecms, and A. Marston, 388; Clays and Clay

Industries of New Jersey, H. Ries and H. B. Kümmel,

Gold Mining : Ore at Bendigo, Victoria, at 4162 feet, 131
388 :the Kangra Earthquake of April 4, 1905, T. H.

Gore (J. E.), Faintness of Planetary Nebulæ, 43
Holland, F.R.S., 428; a Large Block of Serpentine

Gorton (F. R.), Minimum Potential of a Point Discharge
traversed by Veins of Asbestos from Canada, George P.

is increased by the Discharge, Blunting is not Responsible
Merrill, 433; on the Origin of Eoliths, Marcellin Boule,

for Rise in Potential, 387

Gosio (B.), Decomposition of Dilute Solutions of Alkaline
438, 635; Dr. Hugo Obermaier, 636; Machine-made
Eoliths, Marcellin Boule, 538; Geological Features of

Selenites or Tellurites as a Delicate Test for Living
the Diamond Pipes of the Pretoria District, H. Kynaston

Bacterial Contamination, 609

Gotch (Prof. Francis, F.R.S.), the Spinthariscope and
and A. L. Hall, 464; the Coal and Lignites of the United
States, Preliminary Report, E. W. Parker, J. A. Holmes,

Retinal Excitability, 174
and M. R. Campbell, 493-4; Value of Fossil Mollusca

Göttingen Royal Society of Sciences, 240, 576
in Coal-measure Stratigraphy, John T. Stobbs, 519; the

Government Laboratory, Report of the Principal Chemist

upon the Work of the, for the Year ending March 31,
Formation of Ice and the Grained Structure of Glaciers,
Prof. G. Quincke, For.Mem.R.S., at Royal Society, 543 ;

1903, 634
the Older Tertiary Foraminiferal Rocks on the West

Graebner (Dr. P.), Handbuch der Heidekultur, 173
Coast of Santo, New Hebrides, F. Chapman, 552; Ice

Graetz (L.), View that Hydrogen Peroxide gives Rise to a
or Water, another Appeal to Induction from the

Special Radiation capable of affecting a Photographic
Scholastic Methods of Modern Geology, Sir Henry H.

Plate, 109
Howorth, F.R.S., 553 ; Two Reports of the French

Graham (Dr.), Guinea Worm and its Hosts, 354
Glacier Commission, 561; Death of A. C. Pass, 607;

Graham (J. Howard), Determination of Sulphuric Acid in
Memoirs of the Geological Survey of England and Wales,

Soils, 205
the North Staffordshire Coalfields, W. Gibson, G.

Granderye (L. M.), Determination des Espèces minérales,
Barrow, C. B. Wedd, and J. Ward, H. W. Hughes, 612 ; 54
see also British Association

Granville (William Anthony), Elements of the Differential
Geometry : an Introduction to Projective Geometry and its and Integral Calculus, 26
Applications, Dr. Arnold Emch, 77; a New Problem on

Graphical Solution of Cubic and Quartic Equations,
Superposition, H. E. Dudeney, 92 ; a Preparatory Course

I HIvah Thomson, 295
in Geometry. W. P. Workman and A. G. Cracknell, 150;

Graphs, Easy, H. S. Hall, 393
Etude sur le Développement des Méthodes géometriques,

Graphs for Beginners, W. Jamieson, 533
Gaston Darboux, 313: Introduction à la Géométrie Gravity, Helmert's Formula for, Ottavio Zanotti Bianco,
générale, Georges Lechalas, 313; Geometrical Conics, 534
G. W, (aunt and C. M. Jessop. 393; Geometry of Posi- | Gray (R. W.), Atomic Weight of Nitrogen, 71
tion, Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 629 ; Oblique and Iso | Greek Archæology, the Annual of the British School at
metric Projection, John Watson, 629 ; on the Traversing Athens, H. R. Hall, 558
of Geometrical Figures, J. Cook Wilson, Supp. to | Green (E. E.), Elephant-mosquito Larva is Carnivorous, 64
October 19, vi ; see also British Association

Greenly (Edward), an Inverted Slab in a Cromlech, 152
Gerber (M.), Floral Diagram of the Cruciferæ, 23

Greenwich, the Royal Observatory, 135


Gregory (Sir Augustus, K.C.M.G.), Death and Obituary the Department of Archæology : Free Museum of Science
Notice of, 204

and Art, 98; Greek Archæology, the Annual of the
Gregory (R. P.), Abortive Development of the Pollen in British School at Athens, 558
Cross-bred Sweet Peas, 166

Hall (H. S.), Easy Graphs, 393
Griffon (Ed.), Chlorophyll Assimilation in Young Shoots Hall (William), "Influence of Environment on Physical
of Plants, Applications to the Vine, 23

Development, 331
Grignard (V.), New Method of Synthesis of the Monoatomic Haller (A.), Increase of the Rotatory Power of Fatty
and Polyatomic Alcohols, 264

Molecules in passing to the State of Cyclic Compounds,
Groll (Max), der Oeschinensee im Berner Oberland, 197 71; on the Menthones and Menthols obtained by the
Grosser (Dr. O.), the Segmental Origin of Colour Stripes, Reduction of Pulegone by the Catalytic Action of Re-

duced Nickel, 95; Cyanocampho-acetic, Cyanocampho-?-
Grosvenor (Gilbert H.), Work of the U.S. Weather Bureau, propionic, Cyanocampho-a-butyric Acids and their

Derivatives, 143 ; Alkyl Thujones and the Combinatiors
Guenon, on a New Species of, from the Cameroons, Dr. of Thujone with Aromatic Aldehydes, 216; Campho-
Henry 0. Forbes, 630

acetic and B-Camphopropionic Acids, 263
Guignard (L.), Existence in the Black Elder of a Com-

Halley, Bibliography of, 567
pound furnishing Hydrocyanic Acid, 263 ; Nature of the Hallock (E. S.), Animals in Menageries in U.S.A., 434
Hydrocyanic Glucoside of the Black Elder, 336; Hydro- Hammond (Mr.), Observations of the Satellites of Saturn
cyanic Acid obtained from Gooseberry Leaves, 504

and Uranus, 230
Guillet (L.), Special Steel, 237; Steels containing Tin, Hampson (Sir George F., Bart.), Catalogue of the Lepido-

Titanium, and Cobalt, 239; the Aluminium Steels, 264 ; ptera Phalanæ in the British Museum, 174
Special Steels used for Motor-car Construction in France, Hampson (Dr. W.), the Measurement of Mass, 8
573 ; Use of Vanadium in Metallurgy, 573

Hamy (Prof. E. T.), a Gigantic Gorilla, 434
Guinchant (M.), Triboluminescence of Arsenious Acid, 47 Hanke (Dr. Victor), the Treatment of Diseases of the Eye,
Gulliver (G. H.), Phenomena of Permanent Deformation
in Metals, 609

Hansen (Dr. H. J.), on Two Orders of Arachnida,
Gum-bichromate Process, the, J. Cruwys Richards, 455 Opiliones, especially the Suborder Cyphophthalmi, ard
Gunga-Gunga, the Empire and University Life, 319

Ricinulei, namely, the Family Cryptostemmatoidæ, 577
Günther (R. T.), Recent Changes in Vesuvius, 455

Hansky (M.), Visibility of the Dark Hemisphere of Venus,
Gurney (J. H.), Early History of a Young Cuckoo, 132 303
Guthnick (Dr. P.), Nova Aquilæ No. 2, 494, 611; Light- Hantzsch (B.), Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Vogelwelt Islands,
variation of Saturn's Satellites, 611

Guttenberg (Hermann Ritter von), Beiträge zur physio- | Harbours, Suggested Use of Floating Breakwaters moored
logischen Anatomie der Pilzgallen, 339.

to the Bottom to prevent the Silting up of, Dr. J. Joly,
Guttmann (L. F.), Determination of Melting Points at Low

F.R.S., 300
Temperatures, 239

Harden (A.), Influence of Phosphates on the Fermentation
Guve (Ch. Eug. and H.), Electrostatic Rigidity of Gases of Glucose by Yeast Juice, 166
at High Pressures, 95

Hardy (G. H.), a Class of Many-valued Functions defined
Guye (Philippe A.), Atomic Weight of Nitrogen, 119; by a Definite Integral, 190

Densities of Carbonic Anhydride, Ammonia and Nitrous Harker (Alfred), the Cleavage of Slates, 152
Oxide, 264

Harker (Dr. J. A.), New Type of Electric Furnace, with a
Guyou (M.), Utilisation of the Telephone System for the Re-determination of the Melting Point of Platinum, 94:
Exact Transmission of Time, 134

Specific Heat of Iron at High Temperatures, 142

Harmer (Dr.), Hemichordata, Ascidians and Amphioxus,
Haberlandt (Dr. G.), die Lichtsinnesorgane der Laub-

Fishes, 103
blätter, 323

Harms (F.), Observations of the Electric Conditions of the
Haberlandt's (Prof. G.) Investigations on the Sense-

Atmosphere during the Recent Solar Eclipse, 490
organs of Plants, G. C. Nuttall, 565

Harnack (Dr. Erik), Studien ueber Hautelektricität und
Habets (Paul), Electric Winding Machines, 212

Hautmagnetismus des Menschen, 602
Hackspill (L.), New Preparation of Rubidium and Cæsium, Harrington (B. J.), Fætid Calcite found near Chatham,

Canada, 158
Haddon (A. C., Sc.D., F.R.S.), Opening Address in Sec- Hartley (E. G. J.), the “ Bubbling " Method and Vapour

tion H at the Meeting of the British Association in Pressures, 222
South Africa, 471

Hartley (Prof. W. X., F.R.S.), Chemical Structure and
Hadfield (R. A.), Effect produced by Liquid-air Tempera- Physical Properties Associated with the Theory of Colour,

tures on the Properties of Iron and its Alloys, 68 ; Alloys 141; Constitution of Nitric Acid and its Hydrates, 142 :
of Iron and Steel Tested at Liquid Sir Temperature, 91; Absorption Spectrum and Fluorescence of Mercury
Magnetic Qualities of some Alloys, 190

Vapour, 504 ; on the Absorption Spectrum of Benzene in
Hagenback (Dr.), Atlas of Emission Spectra of Most of the Ultra-violet Region, 557 ; a Focusing Screen for lise
the Elements, 426

in Photographing Ultra-violet Spectra, 581
Hahn (Ed.), das Alter der wirtschaftlichen Kultur der Hartmann (Prof.), Monochromatic Photographs of the
Menschheit, ein Rückblick und ein Ausblick, 6

Orion Nebula, 230
Hahn (Oberlehrer), Wie sind die physikalischen Schüler- Hartwig (Prof.), Nova Aquila No. 2, 518
übungen praktisch gestalten? 333

Harvard College Observatory Annual Report, Prof. E. C.
Hahn (Prof. P. D.). Remarkable Thermal Chalybeate Pickering, 256 ; Prof. Wendell, 256; Mrs. Fleming, 256 :
Spring at Caledon, in Cape Colony, 642

Prof. Frost, 256
Haines (T. H.), the Synthetic Factor in Tactual Space Harvey and the Progress of Medical Science, Dr.
Perception, 464

Frederick T. Roberts, 258
Haldane (Dr. J. S., F.R.S.), the Investigation of Mine Harzer (Prof.), Ancient Japanese Mathematics, 640

Hasselberg (Dr.), Investigation of the Arc Spectrum of
Haldane (R. B.), Science and the State, 184

Tungsten, 134
Hale (Prof.), Mount Wilson Observatory, 19

Hatch (Dr. F. H.), the Large Diamond found in the
Hale (Prof.), Interpretation of Spectroheliograph Pictures, Premier Mine, Transvaal, 41

Hatch (F. H.), the Geology of South Africa, 346
Hall (1. D.), Effect of Plant Growth and of Manures upon Hatton (George). Recent Developments in the Bertrand-

the Soil, 94; Work done at the Rothamsted Experi- Thiel Process of Steel Manufacture, 68
mental Station for the Year ending March 31, 138; Hautelektricität und Hautmagnetismus des Menschen,
Recent Developments in Agricultural Science, 642

Studien ueber, Dr. Erik Harnack, Dr. George J. Burch,
Hall (1. L.), Geological Features of the Diamond Pipes F.R.S., 602
of the Pretoria District, 464

Havelock (T. H.), the Pressure of Radiation on a Clear

Air, 124

Hayden (H. H.), Geology of the Provinces of Tsang and Hewitt (C. G.), the Buccal Pits of Peripatus, 624
U in Tibet, 283

Hewlett (Prof. R. T.), Report on the Sanitation and Anti-
Head (Archibald P.), Death of, 203

Malarial Measures in Practice in Bathurst, Conakry, and
Health : Infantile Mortality and Infants' Milk Depôts, Freetown, Prof. Rubert Boyce, F.R.S., Arthur Evans

G. F. McCleary, 6; Public Health and Sewage Purifi and H. Herbert Clarke, 67; the Present Position of the
cation, 97; the Effects of Tropical Light on White Men, Cancer Problem, 295; Sterilisation of Water in the Field,
Major Charles E. Woodruff, 172 ; Congress of the Royal 431; Corr., 515; a Laboratory Guide in Elementary
Institute of Public Health. 306

Bacteriology, Dr. William Dodge Frost, 483
Heape (Walter), Ovulation and Degeneration of Ova in the Hickson (Prof. Sydney J., F.R.S.), a Parasite of the House-
Rabbit, 188

fly, 429; Chelifers and House-flies, 629
Hear : the Critical Temperature and Pressure of Living Hidden (W. E.), Remarkable Finds of Rare Minerals in

Substances, Dr. F. J. Allen, 7; Difference in Tempera Texas, 206
ture of Bodies in Contact, E. Rogovski, 47: New Type High Temperature Measurements, H. Le Chatelier and 0.
of Electric Furnace, with a Re-determination of the Boudouard, 293
Melting Point of Platinum, Dr. J. A. Harker, 94 : Deter High-frequency Electrical Treatment, the, Rev. F. J.
mination of the Specific Heat of Superheated Steam by Jervis-Smith, F.R.S., 7

Thrcttling, &c., A. H. Peake, 116; à Simple Method of Highways and Byways in Derbyshire, J. B. Firth, 100
Determining the Radiation Constant, Dr. A. D. Denning, | Hill (J. A.), Fights between Two Species of Ants, 326
18: a Bolometer for the Absolute Measurement of Hill (M. D.), the Habits of Testacella, 199; a Parasite of
Radiation, Prof. H. L. Callendar, 118; Thermal De- the House-fly, 397
composition of Formaldehyde and Acetaldehyde, W. A. Hillebrand (W. F.), the Scorification Assay for Gold
Bone and H. L. Smith, 141; Specific Heat of Iron at Telluride Ores, 493
High 'Iemperatures, Dr. J. A. Harker, 142; the Elimin- | History of Pharmacy, Hermann Schelenz, 27
ation of Accidental Loss of Heat in Accurate Calori Hobart (H. M.), the Insulation of Electric Machines, 149
metry, Theodore W. Richards, Lawrence J. Henderson, Hoff (Karl Ernst Adolf von), der Bahnbrecher moderner
and George S. Forbes, 206; Fery Radiation Pyrometer, Geologie, Dr. Otto Reich, 123
209: Vethod for Determining the Specific Heats of Solu Hoff's (van 't) Hypothesis of Osmotic Pressure of Solutions,
tions, P. Th. Muller and C. Fuchs, 216; Determination I Prof. A. Battelli and A. Stefanini, 541
of Melting Points at Low Temperatures, L. F. Gutt Holland (T. H., F.R.S.), Mineral Production of India,
mann, 239 : Combustion of Sulphur in the Calorimetric 162 ; Geological Survey of India, 254 ; the Kangra Earth-
Bomb, . Giran, 239: the Isomorphism and Thermal quake of April 4, 1905, 428
Properties of the Felspars, Arthur L. Day and E. T. Holland, Education in Belgium and, F. H. Perry-Coste,
Allen, 258 ; Auto-catalytic Decomposition of Silver Oxide 221
under the Influence of Heat, Gilbert N. Lewis, 277; a Holleman (Dr. A. F.), a Laboratory Manual of Organic
Text-book of Physics, Heat, Prof. J. H. Poynting, Chemistry for Beginners, 28
F.R.S., and Prof. J. J. Thomson, 293 ; High Tempera Hollick (Dr. A.), Amber in United States, 40
ture Measurements, H. Le Chatelier and 0. Boudouard, Hollis (A. C.), the Masai, their Language and Folklore,
293; Vote on the Boiling Points of Solutions, S. N. 83
Johnson, 392 ; Thermochemistry of the Hydrazones, Ph. Holmes (J. A.), the Coal and Lignites of the United States,
Landrieu, 392 ; State of Matter in the Neighbourhood Preliminary Report, 493-4
of the Critical Point, Gabriel Bertrand and Jean | Holt (A., jun.), Synthesis of Fcrmaldehyde, 141
Lecarme, 360 ; a New Thermojunction, A. de Forest Holt (E. W. L.), Schizopoda captured in the Bay of
Palmer, 010; a Phenomenon of Cooling Silver Wires Biscay, 118
Plunged into Water, and through which Electric Currents Hooper (D.), Ancient Eastern Medicine Lycium or Rusot
are Passing, E. Rogovsky, 648

is Berberis Extract, 435
Heath (Christopher), Death of, 347

Hopkinson (Prof. B.), the Elastic Properties of Steel at
Heath (Thomas Edward). Our Stellar Universe, a Road High Temperatures, 480
book to the Stars, 531; Our Stellar C'niverse (Six Stereo | Hora (J. Henry and K. J.), Modern Electricity, 99
grams of Sun and Stars), 531

| Horrocks (Major), the Causative Organism of Mediter-
H-aviside (Oliver, F.R.S.), the Transverse Momentum of ranean Fever, 17; Goats Capable of Transmitting
an Electron, 429

Mediterranean and Malta Fever, 462
Hedgcuck (G. G.), Fungal Diseases on Cauliflowers, 516 Horses: the American Thoroughbred, C. E. Trevathan,
Heidekultur, Handbuch der, Dr. P. Graebner, 173
Heilprin (Prof. Angelo), the Tower of Pelée, New Studies Horsley (Sir Victor, F.R.S.), the Cerebellum, its Relation
of the Great Volcano of Martinique, 101

to Spatial Orientation and Locomotion, Boyle Lecture
Heller (W, Mayhowe), Elementary Experimental Science, at Oxford, 389

an Introduction to the Study of Scientific Method, 317 Houdas (J.), Nature of the Hydrocyanic Glucoside of the
Helmert's Formula for Gravity, Ottavio Zanotti Bianco, Black Elder, 336

Houghton (Sidney A.), Note on the Failure of an Iron
Hemsalech (G. A.). Effects of Foucault Currents and the Plate through Fatigue, 68
Hysteresis of Iron on Oscillatory Sparks, 95

House-flies, Chelifers and, Prof. Sydney J. Hickson,
Henderson (Laurence J.), the Elimination of Accidental F.R.S., 629
Loss of Heat in Accurate Calorimetry, 206

House-fly, a Parasite of the, M. D. Hill, 397; Prof.
Henry (J.). Modern Electricity, 99

Sydney J. Hickson, F.R.S., 429; R. I. Pocock, 604
Herbette (Jean), Isomorphous Mixtures of the Tartrates of Howe (J. A.), Geological Aspect of North-eastern Terri-
Thalliuin and Potassium, 216

tories of the Congo Free State, 46
Herdman (Dr.), Hemichordata, Ascidians and Amphioxus, Howell (Mr.), a New Carbon, 351
Fishes, 103

Howorth (Captain H. G.), the Presence of Greenish
Heredity: the Inheritance of Acquired Characters, W. Coloured Markings in the Fractured Surfaces of Test-
Woods Smyth, 152; Mendelian Heredity in Rabbits, pieces, 573
C. C. Hurst, 209; an Hereditary Abnormality in the Howorth (Sir Henry H.), Ice or Water, another Appeal to
Human Hand and its Relation to Mendelism, Dr. W.C. / Induction from the Scholastic Methods of Modern
Farabre, 254 ; the Causation of Variations, Dr. G. Geology, 553
Archdall Reid, 318

Hubbard (Mrs. Emma), Death and Obituary Notice of, 131
Herman (Orto), Migration of Birds, 326

Hughes (H. W.), Memoirs of the Geological Survey of
Hermite et de Stieltjes, Correspondance d', 313

England and Wales, the North Staffordshire Coalfields,
Herpetology : the Story of Reptile Life, W. P. Pycraft, W. Gibson, G. Barrow, C. B. Wedd, and J. Ward, 612

395; the Rudimentary Hind Limbs of the Boine Snakes, Huichol Indians, Decorative Art of the, Dr. Carl Lum-
Frank E. Beddard, F.R.S., 630

holtz, 260
Hess (Prof.), Influence of Light in causing a Migration Hull (Prof. Gordon F.), the Pressure of Radiation on a
of Pigment in the Retina of Cephalopods, 354

Clear Glass Vane, 198


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