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New Zealand, Rev. T. A. Marshall, 17; Entomological Respiratory Interchange in the Fasting Body, Prof. Zuntz;
Society, 47, 191, 334, 383, 455, 501, 575, 599; Vegetable the Construction of Carbohydrates in the Fasting Body, Dr.
Wasps and Plant Worms, M. C. Cooke,99; Hints on Sugaring Vogelius, 552
for Moths, W. Hoiland, 131 ; Beetles, Butterflies, and other Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma, G. F.
Insects, A. W. Kapple and W. Egmont Kirby, 148; Death Hampson, 387
of H. T. Stainton, 155; the Bite of the Tarantula, C. W. Fauna, British Marine, Proposed Handbook to the, Prof. W...
Meaden, 184; Coleopierous Larvæ voided by a Child, J. E. Herdman, F.R.S., 231, 293 ; Prof. D'Arcy, W. Thompson,
Harting, 190; Remarkable Varieties of Telchinia Encedon, 269; W. Garstang, 293
Lycæna adonis, Noctua xanthograpba and Acronycta rumicis Fauna and Flora of Gloucestershire, Charles A. Witchell and
191 ; Remarkable Weapons of Defence, G. F. Hampson, E. W. Bishop Strugnell, 197
Ernest Green, 199; the Death's Head Moth and Bees, J. R. S. Fauna of Lakeland, a Vertebrate, Rev. A. Macpherson, 457
Clifford, 234 ; on the Anatomy of Penlastomum teretiusculum, Favaro (Prof. Antonio), Galileo Galilei and the Approaching
Prof. W. Baldwin Spencer, 260; a Beetle tamed, 280 ; | Celebration at Padua, 82, 180
Description of New Species of Dipterous Insects of the Family Fawcett (W.), the Jamaica Botanical Department, 378
Syrphida, in the Collection of the British Museum, with Notes Faye (H.), Sunspots, 167 ; on the True Theory of Waterspouts
on Species described by the late Francis Walker, E. E. Austen, and Tornadoes, with Special Reference to that of Lawrence
335; the Trap-door Spider, D. Cleveland, 375; The Fauna Massachusetts, 503
of British India, including Ceylon and Burma, G. F. Hampson, Fayrer (Sir Joseph), Speech at Tercentenary of Galileo, 207
387; On Stridulating Ants, Dr. Sharp, 501 ; a New Species Ferns of South Africa, the, Thos. R. Sim, J. G. Baker, F.R.S.,
(and genus) of Acarus found in Cornwall, A, D. Michael, 502 ; 291
on the Anatomy of the Eurypterida, Malcolm Laurie, 527, Field Naturalists' Club, Victoria, 62
Phosphorescence in Centipedes, R. J. Pocock, 545 ; Notes on a Field (Eleanor), Note on the Interactions of Alkali-Metal
Spider, H. H. J. Bell,557; Vanessa Polychloros in London, L.J. Haloids and Lead Haloids, and of Alkali-Metal Haloids and
Tremayne, 563; the Use of Ants to Aphides and Coccidæ, T. Bismuth Haloids, 551
D. A. Cockerell, 608

Field (Dr. Herbert H.), an International Zoological Record, 606
Ephemeris for Bodies Moving in the Biela Orbit, Dr. Chandler, | Fifth Satellite, Jupiter's, E. Roger, 71 ; A. A. Common, 208 ;

E. E. Barnard, 377
Ephemeris of Comet Brooks (November 20, 1892), 257, 281 Figs, Egyptian, Rev. George Henslow, 102, 152
Epidemic Influenza, F. A. Dixey, 244

Figures, Breath, W. B. Croft, 186
Epiglottis, Die, Carl Gegenbaur, 542

Figures, Breath, Dust Photographs and, W. B. Croft, 364
Equivalent of Heat, the Value of the Mechanical, E. H. Finland, Opening of Wiborg-Imatra Railway, 160
Griffiths, 537

Fischer (Prof. Theobald), the Geography and Social Conditions
Eritrea, Agriculture in the Italian Red Sea Colony of, 19

of the Iberian Peninsula, 547
Eschenhagen (Herr), Improvement in Registration of Needle's Fish, the Destruction of immature, Ernest W. L. Holt, 160 ;
Variations, 544

the Protection of Sea Fish, C. H. Cook, 396; Electric Fisbes,
Esmoil (M.), the New Brooks' Comet, 159

Gustav Fritsch, 271; Fishes and Oxygenation of Water,
Espin (T. E.), the Wolsingham Observatory, 452

Duncan and Hoppe Seyler, 280 ; Prof. Edward Prince
Etheridge (R.), Ethnological Observations in Australia, 594 appointed Commissioner for Canada Fisheries, 37; Fishery
Ethnography, Prehistoric, of Central and North-East Russia, Board for Scotland, the, 85; Japan and the Korean Fishery,

J. Smirnov, 524
Ethnology: the Mixed Character of the Population of Morocco, Fisher (Prof. W. R.), American Forestry, C. S. Sergent, 275

A. Le Châtelier, 61; Atlas der Volkerkunde, Dr. Georg Fisher (W. W.), Anhydrous Oxalic Acid, 238
Gerland, Dr. Edward B. Tylor, F.R.S., 223: Ethnological Fitzgerald (Prof.), Williams on the Relation of the Dimensions
Observations in Australia, R. Etheridge, 594

of Physical Quantities to Directions in Space, 69 ; Mr. Suther-
Etna, on the Age of the Most Ancient Eruptions of, M. land's Paper on the Laws of Molecular Force, 117
Wallerant, 264

Fitzgerald (Prof. George Francis), Universities and Research,
“ Eudiometer," the Author of the Word, Prof. Herbert McLeod,
F.R.S., 536

Flammarion (Camille), La Planète Mars et ses Conditions
Europe, Appearance of the American Vine-disease, Black-rot, d'Habitabilité, William J. S. Lockyer, 553
in, 16

Fletcher (L., F.R.S), Baddeleyite, 70; the Occurrence of
Evans (A. J.,, Prehistoric Interments of the Bahi Rossi Caves Native Zirconia (Baddeleyite), 283; Obituary Notice of
near Mentone, 239

Thomas Davies, 371
Everett (Prof. J. D., F.R.S.), Helmholtz on Hering's Theory Flies and Disease Germs, 499
of Colour, 365 ; a New and Handy Focometer, 500

Flight of Birds, the, Herbert Withington, 414
Evolution, ihe Probable Physiognomy of the Cretaceous Plant Flora and Fauna of Gloucestershire, Charles A. Witchell and
Population, Conway McMillan, 587

W. Bishop Strugnell, 197
Evolution of Decorative Art, the, Henry Balsour, 606

Florida, Botanical Laboratory Established at Eustis, 278
Evolution of Double Stars, ihe, T. J. J. See, Prof. G. H. Darwin, | Florida Phosphate Beds, the, T. N. Lupton, 325
F.R.S., 459

Flower (Major L.), Water and Water Supply, 183
Evolution, Experimental, Henry de Varigny, 25

Flower Garden, the English, W. Robinson, 508
Evolution and Man's Place in Nature, Henry Calderwood, 385 | Floyer (E. A.), the Causes of the Desertilisation of Egypt, 156
Ewald (Prof. Richard), the Cross-Striping of Muscle, 92 Fluids, Elementary Mechanics of Solids and, A. L. Selby, 315
Ewing U. A., F.R.S.), Magnetic Induction in Iron and other Flying Bullets, the Photography of, by the Light of the Electric
Metals, E. Wilson, 460

Spark, C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 415, 440
Examinations, Technological, 35

Folding, Experiments on, and on the Genesis of Mountain
Exhibition, Chicago, Ceylon's Contribution to, 156

Ranges, Prof. E. Reyer, 81
Exner (Prof.) on the Innervation of the Cricothyroid Muscle in Folie (F.), Remarkable Optical Phenomenon near Zermatt, 303
Rabbits and Dogs, 287

Folk-Lore : Australian Rain-Maker's Leather Boots, 62; the
Explosion in Gases, the Rate of, Prof. Harold B. Dixon, 299 Were-Wolf in Latin Literature, 423; Lizard Superstition of
Extinct Monsters, Rev. H. N. Hutchinson, 250

Shuswap (British Columbia) Indians, Dr. George Dawson,
Eye, the Alleged Sexual Difference in the, Herr Greef, 325

F.R.S., 184
Eye, Seven Images of the Human, M. Tcherning, 354

Food of Plants, the, A. P. Laurie, 556
Eye, Sensitiveness of the, to Light and Colour, Capt. W. de W. | Food, the Principal Starches Used as, W. Griffiths, 76
Abney, F.R.S., 538

Foraminifer or Sponge ? R. Hanitsch, 365, 439; F. G.

Pearcey, 390

Forbes (Henry 0.), British New Guinea, 345, 414; Observations
Fabre (Charles), Traité Encyclopédique de Photographie, 6 on the Development of the Rostrum in the Cetacean Genus
Fabry (M.), the New Brooks' Comet, 159

Mesoplodon, 455; the Chatham Islands and an Antarctic Con-
Falsan (Albert), Les Alpes Françaises, 76

tinent, 474
Fasting Men, Experiments on the Nutrition of, D. J. Munk. | Force, the Laws of Molecular, Mr. Sutherland's Paper on, Prof.

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Fitzgerald, Dr. Gladstone, S. H. Burbury, Prof. Ramsay, the Sedgwick Prize Essay for the year 1892, A. C. Seward,
Macfarlane Gray, Prof. Herschel, 117

267
Ford (Charles), Severe Frost at Hongkong, 535

Fossil Plants as Tests of Climate, 364
Ford (W. V.), Snow Rollers, 422

Garstang (John), the Light of Planets, 77
Forel (Prof. F. A.), Le Léman, Monographie Limnologique, Garstang (w.), a Proposed Handbook of the British Marine
Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 5

Fauna, 293
Force (M.), the Resistance of Ice, 564

Gas Power for Electric Lighting, J. Emerson Dowson, 284
Forest Tithes and other Studies from Nature, 580

Gases, the Densities of the Principal, Lord Rayleigh, F.R.S.,
Forestry, the Destruction of Trees in America, Dr. W. J. | 567

Beal, 563 ; Forestry in India, the Dehra Dun Forest School, Gases in Living Plants, J. G. Arthur, 427
Sir E. C. Buck, 613; Recent Researches on the Influence of Gases, the Rate of Explosion in, Prof. Harold B. Dixon, 299
Forests, Dr. Schubert, 480

Gasteropoda, a Catalogue of British Jurassic, W. H Hudleston,
Fossil Botany, the Genus Sphenophyllum, Prof. Wm. Crawford F.R.S., and Edward Wilson H. Woods, 363

Williamson, 11 ; on a New Fern from the Coal Measures, A. Gauss (Charles Frederick), Proposed Monument to, 106
C. Seward, 360

Gaye (Selina), the Great World's Farm, 198
Fossil Fauna of the Black Sea, T. J. van Beneden, 544 Gegenbaur (Carl), Die Epiglottis, 542
Fossil Floras and Climate, Sir William Dawson, F.R.S., 556 ; | Geikie (Sir Archibald, F.R.S.), Geological Map of Scotland,
J. Starkie Gardner, 582

Prof. A. H. Green, F.R.S., 49; Prof. Wadsworth on the
Fossil Plants as Tests of Climate, A. C. Seward, 267 ; J. Star Geology of the Iron, Gold, and Copper Districts of Michigan,
kie Gardner, 267, 364 ; Chas. E. De Rance, 294. 342

117; Prof. A. de Lapparent, 217 ; Geology of the North
Fossil Reptiles from the Elgin Sandstone, Some New, E. T. West Highlands, 292
Newton, 189

Geitel and Elster (Messrs.), Apparatus for Demonstrating
Fossile Flora der Höttinger Breccie, Die, R. von Wettstein, Difference of Potential at Poles of Galvanic Cells, 233;
436

Electrical Actinometer used in Measurement of Sun's Ultra-
Fossils, A Catalogue of British Jurassic Gasteropoda, W. H. Violet Radiation by, 422

Hudlestone, F.R.S., and Edward Wilson, H. Woods, 363 Geminids, December Meteors, W. F. Denning, 226
Fourcroya Selloa, Flowering in Botanic Society's Conservatory Geneva, the Lake of, Prof. F. A. Forel, Prof. T. G. Bonney,
of, 373

F.R.S., 5
Fox (Howard), Notes on Some Coast Sections at the Lizard, Genoa, Munificent Bequest by Admiral Marquis Ricci for
407; on a Radiolarian Chert from Mullion Island, 407

Founding Scientific Institutions in, 613
Framework of Chemistry, the, W. M. Williams, 28

Genus Sphenophyllum, the, Prof. Wm. Crawford Williamson,
France: the New Triangulation of, L. Bassot, 71 ; Dirigible II

Balloon in Construction at Chalais-Meudon, 112 ; French Geodesy : the New Triangulation of France, L. Bassot, 71;
Academy, Science Prizes, 232 ; Statistics of Average Lise in French Measurement of Arc of Meridian, 115 ; on the Pro-
France, M. Turqun, 255 ; Some Lake Basins in, Prof. T. G. gress of the Art of Surveying with the Aid of Photography

Bonney, F.R.S., 341, 414; Société Astronomique de, 616 in Europe and America, M. A. Lauseolat, 384 ; the Triangu-
François (Capt. von), Dromedaries in German S. W. Africa, 38 iation of N.W. South Australia, 519; Measurement of the
Frankland (Prof. P. F., F.R.S.), Salts of Active and Inactive Parallel of 47° 30' in Russia, M. Venukoff, 576

Glyceric Acid : the Influence of Metals on the Specific Rota. | Geography: Le Léman : Monographie Limnologique, Prof. F. A.
tory Power of Active Acids, 405; Van't Hoff's Stereochem. Forel, Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 5; Sven Hedin's Ascent
istry, 510 ; the Purification of Water by Bacteriological of Mount Demavend, 19; Agriculture in the Italian Red Sea
Methods, 588

Colony of Eritrea, 19; Mr. Conway's Karakoram Range Ex-
Frankland (Mrs. Percy), Bacilli in Butter, 283

pedition, 19; His Crossing of the Hispar Pass, 327 ;
Friedel (C.), Diamond in Meteoric Iron, 192; on the Meteoric Geographical Notes, 19, 64, 89, 115, 133, 159, 209, 235, 257,
Iron of the Cañon Diablo, 408

282, 304, 327, 352, 377, 399, 426, 452, 473, 498, 519, 547, 566,
Friend (Rev. Hilderic), “Hare-Lip" in Earthworms, 316 ; 590, 617 ; Uganda, Capt. F. D. Lugard, 45 ; the Uganda Com-
Luminous Earthworms, 462

mission, 210 ; the Voyage of La Manche to Iceland, Jan Mayen
Fritsch (Gustav), on the Origin of the Electric Nerves in the and Spitzbergen in 1892, M. Bienaimé, 48; Discovery of
Torpedo, Gymnosus, Mormyrus, and Malapterurus, 271

Subterranean Town on the Amu-Daria, 64; the Proposed
Frost, Dew and, Hon. R. Russell, 210

Transserence of the Capital of Brazil, 64 ; Mr. D. J. Rankin's
Frost, severe, at Hongkong, W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, F.R.S., Zambesi Journey, 1890-91, 64 ; Death of Theodore Child,65 ;
535; Charles Ford, 535; W. Doberck, 536

Supposed Suicide of Lieut. Frederick Schwatka, 65; the Cause
Frost Patterns, Arborescent, 213; Prof. R. Meldola, F.R.S., of Lieut. Schwatka's Death, 89 ; Royal Geographical Society,

125; G. J. Symons, F.R.S.,162 ; Rev. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 65, 115, 89, 209, 617 ; Experiments on Folding and on the
162; Dr. J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., 162 ; D. Wetterhan, Genesis of Mountain Ranges, Prof. E. Reyer, 81; Official
162; J. T. Richards, 162 ; J. J. Armitage, 162

Rule for Spelling of Place-names of German Protectorales,
Froude (R. E.), the Apparatus at the Haslar Experimental 89 ; Completion of Capt. Monteil's Mission, 89 ; Mr. Joseph
Works, 353

Thomson's Journey to Lake Bangweolo, 115; French
Fruit Export Trade, Cape Colony Government Encouragement Measurement of Arc of Meridian, 115; Kettler's Afrikanische
of, 234

Nachrichten, 115; Proposed Expedition of Mr. and Mrs.
Fujisan, John Milne, F.R.S., 178

Theodore Bent to Abyssinia, 115 ; Arrival of Mr. and Mrs.
Fulcher (L. W.), Stromboli in 1891, 89

Theodore Bent at Adowa, 519; Arrival of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Bent at Aksum, 547 ; In Savage Isles and Settled

Lands, B. F. S. Baden-Powell, 122 ; Dr. Karl Diener's
Gad (Prof.), the Respiratory Centre, 144

Himalaya Expedition, 133; Proposed Arctic Expedition of
Gadolin (General A. W.), Death of, 232

Lieut. Peary, 133, 452; Death of F. H. von Hellwald, 133 ;
Gain (E.), Influence of Moisture on Vegetation, 119

Capt. II. L. Gallwey's Travels in Benin Country, 134 ; E.
Galileo Galilei and the Approaching Celebration at Padua, I Wilkinson's Journey in the Kalahari Desert, 134 ; Geographi-
Prof. Antonio Favaro, 82, 180, 207

cal Society of California, 134 ; Progress of Congo Railway,
Galitzine (B.), Method for Determining Density by Saturated Major Thys, 159 ; Manchester Geographical Society, 159 ;

Vapours and Expansion of Liquids at Higher Temperatures, Liverpool Geographical Society, 159, 428; Scottish Geo-
189

graphical Society, 159 ; Dr. J. Troll's Journey through Central
Gallwey's (Capt. H. L.), Travels in Benin Country, 134

Asia, 160 ; Opening of Wiborg and Imatra Railway, Finland,
Galton (Francis, F.R.S.), Measure of the Imagination, 319; 160; the Juba River, Commander F. G. Dundas, 186; M
Optical Continuity, 342

Alex. Delcommune's Lomami Expedition, 209, 590 ; the
Galvanometer, A Modified Astatic, H, E. J. G. du Bois and H. Death of Cardinal Lavigerie, 210; Proposed Exploration of
Rubens, 455

Africa by Telegraph, Cecil Rhodes, 210 ; the Characteristic
Garden, the English Flower, W. Robinson, 508

Form of the Coast Line as affecting The Physical Conditions
Gardner (Edmund G.), Quæstio de Aqua et Terra, 295

of the Waters of the English Channel, H. N. Dickson, 235;
Gardner (1. Starkie), Fossil Plants as Tests of Climate, being | Geographical Names, Colonel H. H. Godwin-Austen, F.R.S.,

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245; M. Obrutcheff's Further Researches in Siberia, 255; the Biotite and of Hornblende in Crystalline Schists from the
Bonjos, an African Cannibal Tribe, M. Dybowski, 257; the Binnenthal, Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 263; on a Sauro-
Boundaries of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, Dr. H Polakowsky, podous Dinosaurian Vertebra from the Wealden of Hastings,
257 ; the Stranding of H.M.S. Howe, the Defective Chart R. Lydekker, 286 ; on some Additional Remains of Cestra-
v-ed, 257; Physical Geography and Climate of New South ciont and other Fishes in the Green Gritty Marls immediately
Wales, H. C. Russell, F.R.S., 258; African Nomenclature, overylying ihe Red Marls of the Upper Keuper in Warwick-
282; the Stanley Fails District of the Congo, M. Page, 282 ; shire, Rev. P. B. Brodie, 286; Scandinavian Boulders at
the Antarctic Whaling Fleet, 282, 590; the Pinsk Marshes Cromer, Herr Victor Madsen, 287 ; Pitchstone and Andesite
and Non-Russian Aila es, M. Venukoff, 282; the Relation of from Tertiary Dykes in Donegal, Prof. Solles, F.R.S., 287;
Geography to History, H. J. Mackinder, 304 ; African on the Variolite and Associated Igneous Rocks of Round-
Nomenclature, 304 ; Stoppage of M. Mizon's Adamawa Ex wood, co. Wicklow, 287; the Geology of the North-west
pedition, 304 ; French Flag Hoisted on St. Paul and New Highlands, Sir Archibald Geikie, F.R.S., 292 ; Variolite of
Amsterdam Íslands, 304 ; Geography, 327; Aston Chanler's the Lleyn and Associated Volcanic Rocks, Catherine A.
Expedition to Lake Rudolf, 327 ; ihe Soil of Sakalava Plain, Raisin, 334 ; on the Petrography of the Island of Caraja,
Madaga-car, Emile Gautier, 327 ; the Frontier Delimitation Hamilton Emmons, 334 ; Some Lake Basins in France,
between British South Africa Company's Territory and Prof. T. G. Binney, F.R.S., 341, 414; Origin of Lake
Portuguese Possessions, Major Leverson, 327 ; Yezo and Basins, the Duke of Argyll, F.R.S., 485; J. C. Hawkshaw,
the Ainu, Prof. J. Milne, F.R.S., 330 ; A. H. Savage 558; the U.S. Survey and American Mining Industries, 350 ;
Landor, 330; British New Guinea, J. P. Thompson, Glacier Action, the Duke of Argyll, 389; Notes on some
Henry 0. Forbes, 345; the Steppe-belt traversing Asia from Coast Sections at the Lizard, Howard Fox and J. J. H.
East to West, H. J. Mackinder, 353; Death of R. Teall, F.R.S., 407 ; on a Radiolarian Chert from Mullion
H. Nelson, 353 ; Twenty Years in Zambesia, F. C. Sel Island, Howard Fox and J. J. H. Teall, F.R.S., 407 ; Note
ous, 377 ; Dr. Baumann's Journeys in the Nile sources on a Radiolarian Rock from Fanny Bay, Port Darwin, Aus-
Region, 377 ; Proposed North Pole Expedition by way of tralia, G. J. Hinde, 407; Notes on the Geology of the Dis-
Franz Josef Land, F. G. Jackson, 377; the Regulation of trict west of Caermarthen, T. Roberts, 407 ; Presidential
Swiss Torrents, M. de Salis, 377; the Chief Lines of Address at the Geological Society's Anniversary Meeting,
Communication between Asia and Europe, H. J. Mac 407; the Earth's History, R. D. Roberts, 412; Die Fossile
kinder, 400 ; Captain Bower's Journey in Tibet, 400 ; the Flora der Höttinger Breccie, R. Von Weitstein, 436; the
Orthography of African Place-names, 400; Railways in China, Glacier Theory of Alpine Lakes, Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace,
400; Prof. Penck's Scheme for a Map of the World on Uni. 437 ; Death of Prof. K. A. Losser, 421; Glacial Drift of the
form Scale, 426; Mongolia and Central Tibet, C. Woodville Irish Channel, Prof. Grenville, A. J. Cole, 464 ; the Landslip
Rockhill, 426; New Harbour found in German South-West at Sandgate, Prof. J. F. Blake, 467 ; on the Occurrence of
Africa, 452 ; Return of the Dundee Whaling Fleet, 473 ; The Boulders and Pebbles from the Glacial Drift in Gravels south
Ka'anga Company's Expeditions, 474; Prof. Mohn on the of the Thames, Horace W. Monckton, 501 ; a Fossiliferous
Climate of Greenland, 474 ; the Chatham Islands and an Pleistocene Deposit at Stone, on the Hampshire Coast,
Antarctic Continent, H. O. Forbes, 474 ; Political Divisions Clement Reid, 502; the Ordnance Survey and Geological
of the Earth, Dr. A. Oppel, 499 ; use of Chloride of Potas. Faults, James Durham, 510; Action of Glaciers on the Land,
sium instead of Salt by the Soudanese, M. Dybowski, 499 ; Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 521 ; the Quaternary Deposits
Distribution of Population of Schleswig-Holstein, Dr. A. of Russia and their Relations to the Finds resulting from the
Gloy, 499; French Explorations towards Lake Chad, 519; Activity of Prehistoric Man, S. Nikitine, 523; Constitution
some Geographical Aspects of British History, 519 ; the Trian of the Quaternary Deposits in Russia and their Relations to
gulation of North-west South Australia, 519; Death of John the Finds resulting from the Activity of Prehistoric Man, S
Bartholomew, 547 ; the Siberian Peninsula, Prof. Theobald Nikitine, 523; Russian Steppes Past and Present, Prof. W.
Fisher, 547 ; the Object of Map-colouring, 566 ; the Form of W. Dokoutchaiev, 523; on an Intrusion of Muscovite-biorite
the Geoid, M. Venukoff, 566; Map of Salinity of Surface gneiss in the South-Eastern Highlands, and its accompany.
Water of North Pacific, Prof. Kümmel, 590; the Native ing Thermo-Metamorphism, Geo. Barrow, 575; Text-Book
Papuans, T. H. Hatton. Richards, 590; the Hon. G. N. of Comparative Geology, Dr. E. Kayser, 578; the Probable
Curzon's Journey in Indo-China, 617; Facts from the Physiognomy of the Cretaceous Plant Population, Conway
Bengal Census Significant of Progress, 617; a Curious McMillan, 587; Geological Society of Washington founded,
Mountain Group in Podolia, 617

613; on the Dwindling and Disappearance of Limestones,
Geoid, The Form of the, M. Venukoff, 566

Frank Rutley, 623
Geology: Der Peloponnes, Dr. Alfred Philippson, 6; the Geometry : on the Need of a New Geometrical Term-Con-
Geology of the Asiatic Loess, Thos. W. Kingsmill, Prof. G. jugate Angles, Prof. A. M. Worthington, 8; a Remarkable
H. Darwin, F.R.S., 30; Geology of Taylorville Region in Case of Geometrical Isomerism, A. E. Tutton, 65 ; Meeting
Sierra Nevada, California, J. S. Diller, 39; Geological Map of Association for Improvement of Geometrical Teaching,
of Scotland, Sir Archibald Geikie, F.R.S., Prof. A. H. 277 ; on the non-Euclidian Geometry, Dr. Emory MC-
Green, F.R.S., 49 ; an Ancient G'acial Epoch in Australia, Clintock, 286; Descriptive Geometry Models for the Use of
Dr. Alfred R. Wallace, 55; Death of James Kant, 60 ; Geo Students in Schools and Colleges, T. Jones, 413; Proposed
logical Collection, presented by Mr. Evan Roberts to Univer. Celebration of Centenary of Birth of Lobatcheffsky, 469 ;
sity College of North Wales, 60; the Glacial Nightmare and Introductory Modern Geometry of Point, Ray, and Circle,
the Flood, Sir H. H. Howorth, 61 ; a Palæozoic Ice-Age, 532
W. T. Blanford, F.R.S., and Henry F. Blanford, F.R.S., Geraniums, Red and White, a Graft-Hyl rid between, H. I,
101 ; Geology of Scotland, Prof. Grenville, A. J. Cole, 101;
Geological Society, 117, 166, 263, 286, 334, 407, 501, 575, Gerland (Dr. George), Atlas der Völkerkunde, Dr. Edward B.
623; Medal Awards, 277 ; the Iron, Gold, and Copper Dis-
tricts of Michigan, Prof. M. E. Wordsworth, Sir Archibald German Science Reader, A, Francis Jones, 125
Geikie, Dr. Hicks, H. Bauerman, 117; Man and the Glacial German South-west Africa : Official Rules for Spelling of Place-
Period, Dr. G. Frederick Wright, 148 ; Difficulties of Plio- Names of German Protectorates, 89
cene Geology, Sir Henry H. Howarth., 150, 270; Geological German South-west Africa, New Harbour found in, 452
Features of Arabia Petræa and Palestine, Prof. Edward Germs, Flies, and Disease, 499
Hull, F.R.S., 166: Flexible Sandstone, E. M. Hamilton, Mr. Giacosa (Prof. P.), Bibliographia Medica Italiana, 606
Hornby, Prof. Green, 167 ; Macculloch's Geological Map of Gibbs (Dr. Morris), the Food of Humming.birds, 63
Scotland, Prof. J. W. Judd, F.R.S., 173; Ancient Ice Ages, T. Gibbs (Prof. J. Willard), Quaternions and the Algebra of
Mellard Reade, 174 ; J. Lomas, 227 ; The Earth's Age, Dr. Vectors, 463
Alfred Wallace, 175, 226 ; Bernard Hobson, 175,226; Clarence Gibson (J.), the Preparation of Glucina from Beryl, 405
King, 285; Death of I. D. Chersky, 232 ; Further Researches

Gilbert (William) of Colchester, Physician of London, the
in Siberia, M. Obrutcheff, 255; on some Schistose Green. Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies, and on the great Viagnet
stones from the Pennine Alps, Prof. T, G. Bonney, F.R.S., the Earth: a New Physiology, demonstrated with many
263; Note on the Nusenen-stock (Lepontine Alps), Prof. T. Aruments and Experiments, 556
G. Bonney, F.R.S., 263 ; on a Secondary Development of Gill (C. H.) Fungus internally Parasitic in Diatoms, 118

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Gill (T. H.), the Use of Monochromatic Yellow Light in Photo | Grye (M. Bouquet de la), Description of an Instrument to show
micrography, 47

the small Variations in the Intensity of Gravitation, 431
Giorgis (G.), Volumetric Method for determining amount of Guillemin (Amédée), Autres Mondes, 485
Chromium in Steel, 397

Gum Arabic, Deterioration of, W. F. Howlett, 183
Glacial Driit of the Irish Channel, Prof. Grenville, A. J. Cole, Gunther (Dr. Carl), Ein: ührung in das Studium der Bakteri-
464

ologie, 446
Glacial Epoch in Australia, an Ancient, Dr. Alfred R. Gymnotus, Mormyrus, and Malapterurus, on the Origin of the
Wallace, 55

Electric Nerves in the Torpedo, Gustav Fritsch, 271
Glacial Nightmare and the Flood, The, Sir A. H. Howarth, 61
Glacial Period, Man and the, Dr. G. Frederick Wright, 148
Glacier Action, the Duke of Argyll, F.R.S., 389

Habenicht (H.), Gulf Stream Icebergs and Climatic Variations,
Glacier Theory of Alpine Lakes, The, Dr. Alfred Russel 206
Wallace, 437

Haddon (Prof. Alfred C.), British New Guinea, 414
Glaciers of Val d'Ilerens, William Sherwood, 174

Hæmatite as an Illustration of the Tendency of Inorganic
Glaciers, Action of, on the Land, Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., Matter to Emulate Organic Forms, 374

Haenızsch (Dr.), on the Potential Equation, 480
Gladstone (Dr.), Mr. Sutherland's Paper on the Laws of Mole Hail Storms, H. C. Russell, F.R.S., 573
cular Force, 117

Hair, Mammalian, the Phylogenetic Position of, Herr Maurer,
Gladstone (Dr. J. H., F.R.S.), Arborescent Frost Patterns, - 87

162; Science Teaching, 359; on some recent determinations Hale (Prof. G. E.), Ultra-Violet Spectrum in Solar Promin-
of Molecular Refraction and Dispersion, 429

ences, 186; Coincidence of Solar and Terrestrial Phenomena,
Glan (Paul), the Fundamental Law of Complementary Colour, 425 ; Prof. Hale's Solar Photographs, 498
455

Haliburton (R. G.), Racial Dwarfs in the Pyrenees, 294
Glazebrook (R. T., F.R.S.), Laws and Properties of Matter, Hall (H, S.), Algebra for Beginners, 28
580

Hall (James P.), a Short Cycle in Weather, 499
Glazes, Pottery, W. P. Rex, 396

Hamilton (E. M.), Flexible Sandstone, 167
Gloucestershire, Fauna and Flora of, Charles A. Witchell and Hampson (G. F.), Remarkable Weapons of Defence, 199; the
W. Bishop Strugnell, 197

Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma, 387
Gloy (Dr. "A.), Distribution of Population of Schleswig Hande (A.), Simple Instrument for Measuring Densities of
Holstein, 499

Liquids, 471
Godwin Austen (Colonel H. H., F.R.S.), Geographical Names, Hanitsch (R.), Foraminifer or Sponge ? 365, 439
245

Hannay (J. B.), Formation of Lunar Volcanoes, 7
Goldstein (Prof.) Experiments of, 312

Hansemann (Dr.), Photography of Microscopic Objects which
Gore (J. Ellard), The Visible Universe, A. Taylor, 193

when placed in a Stereoscope Presented an Appearance of
Gorilla acquired by Berlin Aquarium, Large Male, 86

Solidity, 287
Gothard (M. Eugen), Spectra of Planetary Nebula and Nova Hansen (Prof. Carl), Pinetum Danicum, 619
Aurigæ, 352

Harcourt (Sir William), the Decimal System, 323
Gottingen Royal Society of Sciences, 456 ; Prize Subject for Hare-lip in Earthworms, Rev. Hilderic Friend, 316
1893-4, 516

Harmer (S. F.), Lion-Tiger Hybrids, 413
Gottsche (Dr. C. M.) Death of, 130

Harmer (Sidney F.), on the Occurrence of Embryonic Fission
Grafting, on the Physiology of, Dr. Hermann Vöchting, 128 in Cyclostomatous Polyzoa, 524
Grant (Robert, F.R.S.), Death of, 14 ; Obituary Notice of, 36 Harrington (Prof. M. W.), Exploration of the Free Air, 574
Graphical Solutions of Problems in Navigation, 547

Harris (R. A.), on the Use of Supplementary Curves in Isogonal
Grasses of the Pacific Slope, including Alaska and the adjacent Transformation, 380
Islands, Dr. Geo. Vasey, 173

Harrison (E. F.), on Isaconitine (Napelline), 430
Gratings, Photography of, Engraved upon Metal, M. Izarn, 623 Hart (W. E.), Parasitism of Volucella, 78
Gravelaar (N. L. W. A.), the Great Ice Age, 200

Harting (J. E.), Coleopterous Larvæ Voided by a Child, 190;
Gravitation, on the Variations in the Intensity of Terrestrial, the Field. Vole Plague in Thessaly, 545
M. d'Abbadie, 384

Hartley (W. N.), the Origin of Colour and Fluorescence, 238;
Gravitation, Description of an Instrument to show the small Methods of Observing and Separating Spectra of Easily

Variations in the Intensity of, M. Bouquet de la Grye, 431 Volatile Metals, 239; Manganese Borate, 239
Gray (Andrew), Aids to Experimental Science, 173

Hartog (J.), Thionyl Bromide, 405
Gray (A. D.), Dibromo-8-Lapachone, 405

Harvard" College Observatory, the, Prof. E. C. Pickering,
Gray (James H.), the Effects of Mechanical Stress on the 304, 403
Electrical Resistance of Metals, 478

Ha-lar Experimental Works, the Apparatus at the, R. E.
Gray (Macfarlane), Mr. Sutherland's Paper on the Laws of Froude, 353
Molecular Force, 117

Hatching of a Peripatus Egg, the, Arthur Dendy, 508
Great Ice Age, The, N. L. W. A. Gravelaar, 200

Hatton-Richards (T. H.), the Native Papuans, 590
Great Spirit Spring Mound, Kansas, E. H. S. Bailey, 87 Hawaiian Islands, a Botanist's Vacation in the, Prof. D. H.
Great World's Farm, The, Selina Gaye, 198

Campbell, 236, 355
Greef (Herr), the Alleged Sexual Difference in the Eye, 325 Hawkshaw (J. C.), Origin of Lake Basins, 558
Green (Prof. A. H., F.R.S.), Geological Map of Scotland, Sir Haycraft (Prof.), the Cross-Striping of Muscle, 92

Archibald Geikie, F.R.S., 49 ; Flexible Sandstone, 167 Haycraft (John Berry), a New Hypothesis Concerning Vision,
Green (E. Ernest), Remarkable Weapons of Defence, 199
Greenhill (Prof. A. G., F.R.S.), a Treatise on the Mathematical | Hayward (R. Baldwin, F.R.S.), the Algebra of Co-planar
Theory of Elasticity, A. E. H. Love, 529

Vectors and Trigonometry, 266
Greenland, the Climate of, Prof. Mohn, 474

Health Officer's Pocket Book, the, Dr. E. F. Willoughby, 412
Gregory (James R.), a Large Meteorite from Western Aus Health, Public, a Treatise on, Dr. Albert Palmberg, Dr. H.
tralia, 90

Brock, 507
Gregory (Richard A.), a Description of the Laws and Wonders Heat in August, 1892, Prof. W. J. van Bebber, 88
of Nature, 74

Heat, the Value of the Mechanical Equivalent of, E. H.
Gréhant (G.) Physiological Study of Opium Smoke, 168

Griffiths, 476, 537
Griffiths (E. H.), Determination of Low Temperatures by Heat ; Comparison of Formulæ for Total Radiation, W. de C.

Platinum Thermometers, 95; the Value of the Mechanical Stevens, 188
Equivalent of Heat, 476, 537

Heaviside (Oliver, F.R.S.), Electrical Papers, 505; Vectors
Griffiths (J.), Note on Secondary Tucker Circles, 71

versus Quaternions, 533
Griffiths (W.), the Principal Starches Used as Food, 76

Hedin's (Sven) Ascent of Mount Demavend, 19
Grote (George), Examination of Brain of, Prof. John Marshall, Heen (P. de), on a State of Matter Characterised by the Mutual
15

Independence of the Pressure and the Specific Volume, 309
Ground-water, The Movements of, F. H. King, 206

Height and Spectrum of Auroras, the, T. W. Backhouse, 151

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Hellward (Frederick Heller von), Death of, 133

Means of the Electric Current, 503 ; a New Electrical Pro-
Helmholız on Hering's Theory of Colour, Prol. J. D. Everett, cess permitting the Production of Temperatu' es Superior to
HF.R.S., 365

those actually realisable, 525; Dynamo-electric Machinery
Helvellyn's Shade, Beneath, Samuel Barber, 364

with Compound Excitation, 599
emiptera Heteroptera of the British Islands, the, Edward | Holland (W.), Hints on Sugaring for Moths, 131
Saunders, 292

Holmes, Comet (November 6, 1892), 114, 132, 159, 186, 209,
Hemsley (W. Botting, F.R.S.), Climbing Plants, Dr. H. 235, 281, 303, 351, 376, 425, 473; Lewis Boss, Rev. E. M.
Scher.ck, 514

Searle, Mr. Roberts, 257 ; M. Schulhof, 257, 451, 498 ; Dr.
Henderson (James B.), the Effects of Mechanical Stress on the F, Cohn, 326 ; Dr. R. Schorr, 326 ; W. F. Denning, 365 ;
Electrical Resistance of Metals, 478

Prof. E. Barnard, 399 ; Prof. heeler, Prof. C. A. Young,
Henrici (Prof.), Williams on the Relation of Diniensions of 518; Spectrum of, 235
Physical Quantities to Directions in Space, 69

Holl (Ernest W. L.), the Destruction of Immature Fish, 160
Henry (Charles), a Photoptometric Photometer, 24 ; on the Honduras Expedition, Prof. Putnam, 476
Minimum Perceptible Amount of Light, 312

Hongkong, Severe Frost at, W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, F.R.S.,
Henslow (Rev. Geo.), Egyptian Figs, 102, 152

Charles Forel, 535; W. Doberck, 536
Hepworth (Capt. M. W.C.), the Tracks of Ocean Wind Systems Hoogewerff (M. S.), on some Isoimides of Camphoric Acid,
in Transit over Australasia, 286

288
Hepworth (T. C.), Oxygen for Limelight, 176

Hooker (Sir J. D., F.R.S.), Locusts at Great Elevations, 582
Herbertson (A. J.), on the Hygrometry of the Atmosphere at Hooker (S. Č.), the Conversion of Para- into Ortho-quinone
Ben Nevis, 431

Derivatives, 405 ; Dibromo-B-lapachone, 405
Herdman (Prot. W. A., F.R.S.), Proposed Handbook to the Hopkins (B. j.), Astronomy for Every-day Readers, 389
British Marine Fauna, 231, 293

Hopkinson (Dr. Edward), Electrical Railways, 570
Heredity, Prof. August Weismanii, 265

Hopkinson (Dr. John, F.R.S.), the Cost of Electric Supply,
Hering's Theory of Colour, Helmholtz on, Prol. J. D. Everett,

;8
F.R.S., 365

Hoppe-Seyler (Herr), Fishes and Water-Oxygenation, 280
Hermite (Gustave), Explorations of Higher Atmospheres by Horizontal Pendulum, the, Dr. E. von Rebeur. Paschwitz, 519
Means of Free Balloons with Automatic Recorders, 119; Ex. Horn Measurements and Weights of the Great Game of the
ploration of the Higher Atmosphere, 600

World, being a Record for the Use of Sportsmen and
Herschel (Prol.), Mr. Sutherland's Paper on the Laws of Mole Naturalists, Rowland Ward, 6
cular Force, 117

Hornby (Mr.), Flexible Sandstone, 167
Hertwig (Prof. Dr. Oscar), Die Zelle und Die Gewebe, Grund Hornell (James), a Strange Commensalism ; Sponge and Anne-
züge der Allgemeinen Anatomie und Physiologie, 314

lid, 78
Heurck (Dr. Henri van), the Microscope, its Construction and Hornei's Nest, Remarkable, presented to Madras Museum by
Management, Rev. Dr. Dallinger, F.R.S., 409

Lord Wenlock, 16
Heusler (Dr.), the Volatility of Manganese, 375

Horosey Local Board, Museum of Sanitary Appliances, 587
Heycock and Neville, Isolation of Gold and Cadmium Com Horticulture : Value of Electric Light for Letince and other
pound, 90

Winter Crops, Prof. L. H. Bailey, 130 ; Ornithology in Re-
Heydweiler (Dr.), New Mirror Electrometer for High Poten lation to Agricnlture and Horticulture, 533 ; Primer of Horti-
tials, 112

culture, J. Wright, Walter Thorp, 533 ; Tasmania the Para-
Hicks (Dr.), Prof. Wadsworth on the Geology of the Iron, dise of Horticulturists, Sir Edward Braddon, 587 ; Conifers,
Gold, and Copper Districts of Michigan, 117

619
Hickson (Dr.), Revision of Genera of Alcyonaria stolonifera, 215 | Hose (Charles), Travels in Borneo, 282
Highlands, Geology of the North-west, Sir Archibald Geikie, Ilöttinger Breccie, die Fossile Flora der, R. von Wettstein,
F.R.S., 292

436
Highlands, Lunar Rainbow in the, 342

Howard (Dr. James L.), Gemeinverständliche Vorträge aus
Hilgard (Prof.), on the Custom of Civilised Races of Antiquity dem Gebeite der Physic, Prof. Dr. Leonhard Sohncke, 362
to establish themselves in Dry Disıricts, 287

Howe, the Stranding of H.M.S., 257
Hill (Prof. M. G. M.). Cauchy's Condensation Test for Con Howes (Prof.), Some Abnormal Vertebræ of certain Ranidæ,
vergency of Series, 214

Rana catesbiana, R. esculenta, and R, macrodon, 502
Himalayas, Dr. Karl Diener's Geological Expedition in, 133 Howlett (W. F.) the Deterioration of Gum Arabic, 183
Himmel und Erde, 88

Howorth (Sir H. H.), the Glacial Nightmare and the Flood,
Hinde (G. J.) Note on a Radiolarian Rock from Fanny Bay, 61 ; Difficulties of Pliocene Geology, 150, 270
Port Darwin, Australia, 407

Hudleston (W. H., F.R.S.), A Catalogue of British Jurassic
Hinrichs (M. G.), on Sias's Determination of the Atomic Gasteropoda, H. Woods, 363
Weight of Lead, 456

Hudson (W. H) Idle Days in Patagonia, 483
Hirsch (Emil), on the Influence of Temperature upon Circular Huggins (Mr.), No.a Aurigæ, 425
Ferru-Magnetic Polarisation, 525

Hull (Prof. Edw., F.R.S.), Geology of Arabia Petræa and
Hispar Pass, Mr. Conway's Crossing of the, 327

Palestine, 166
Histology: die Zelle und die Gewebe, Grundzüge der Allge Human Eye, Seven Images of the, M. Tcherning, 354

meinen Anatomie und Physiologie, Prof. Dr. Oscar Hertwig, Human Physiology, Elements of, E. H. Starling, 146
314; Ueber das Verhalten des Pollens und die Befruchtungs | Humming-birds, The Food of, Dr. Morris Gibbs, 63
vorgänge bei den Gymnospermen, Prof. Eduard Strasburger, Hungary, Earthquake in, 562
484

Hunter (G. M.), the Origin of Caliche (Nitrate of Soda), 251
History, British, some Geographical Aspects of, H. J. Mac Hunter (John), (the Hunterian Lecture), Thomas Bryant, 372
kinder, 519

Hurricane at Marseilles, Oct. I, 1892, Severe, 61
Hobson (Bernard), the Earth's Age, 175, 226

Hurst (Dr. C Herbert), On a Supposed New Species of Earth-
Hodgkins Fund Prizes, the, Prof. S. P. Langley, 611

worms and on the Nomenclature of Earthworms, 31
Hodgkinson (Alex.), Iridescent Colours, 92

Hutchinson (Rev. H. W.), Extinct Monsters, 250
Hodgkinson (W. R.), Methoxyamido-1: 3-dimethylbenzene, Huxley (Rt. Hon. T. H., F.R.S.), Two Statements, 316

165; Note on the Action of Phenylhydrazine on Mono- and Hybrids, Lion-Tiger, S. M. Harmer, 413
Di-carboxylic Acids at Elevated Tenperatures, 31 ; Some Hybrids, Lion. Tiger and Tiger-Lion, Dr. V. Ball, F.R.S., 390,
Relations between Constitution and Physical Constants in

607
the Case of Benzenoid Amines, 479

Hydrazine, Further Studies on, A. E. Tutton, 522
Hoff (J. H. Van't), Stéréochimie, 436

Hydrodynamics : Stability and Instability of Viscous Liquids, A.
Hoff's (Van't), Stereochemistry, Prof. Percy F. Frankland, B. Basset, F.R.S., 94 ; on a Hydrodynausical Proof of the
F.R.S., Prof. F.R. Japp, F.R.S., 510

Equations of Motion of a Perforated Solid with Applications
Hoffert (Dr.), Diffusion of Light, 191

to the Motion of a Fine Frame-work in Circulating Liquids,
Hofmann (A. W. von), Memorial Celebration for, 14

G. H. Bryan, 500
Hoho (M.), the Use of the Electric Current in Producing High Hydrogen Line H B in the Spectrum of Nova Aurige, Herr

Temperatures, 497 ; Intense and Rapid Heating Process by Victor Schumann, 425

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